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Operating Instructions

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Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.

Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model properly.

After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.

IMPORTANT

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated

"dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

CAUTION:

TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC

SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR

BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS

INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

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CAUTION : USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE

SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

CAUTION : THE USE OF OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS WITH THIS PRODUCT WILL INCREASE EYE HAZARD.

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CAUTION

This product is a class 1 laser product, but this product contains a laser diode higher than Class 1.

To ensure continued safety, do not remove any covers or attempt to gain access to the inside of the product.

Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.

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Location: inside of the unit

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WARNING

This equipment is not waterproof. To prevent a fire or shock hazard, do not place any container filled with liquid near this equipment (such as a vase or flower pot) or expose it to dripping, splashing, rain or moisture.

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CAUTION

The STANDBY/ON switch on this unit will not completely shut off all power from the AC outlet.

Since the power cord serves as the main disconnect device for the unit, you will need to unplug it from the AC outlet to shut down all power. Therefore, make sure the unit has been installed so that the power cord can be easily unplugged from the AC outlet in case of an accident. To avoid fire hazard, the power cord should also be unplugged from the

AC outlet when left unused for a long period of time

(for example, when on vacation).

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This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision

Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

Wash hands after handling

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Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you’ve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. Now it’s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. This manufacturer and the

Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer

Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion-and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing.

Sound can be deceiving. Over time your hearing

“comfort level” adapts to higher volumes of sound.

So what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts.

To establish a safe level:

• Start your volume control at a low setting.

• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion.

Once you have established a comfortable sound level:

• Set the dial and leave it there.

Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future. After all, we want you listening for a lifetime.

We Want You Listening For A Lifetime

Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late, this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s

Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. This list of sound levels is included for your protection.

Decibel

Level Example

30 Quiet library, soft whispers

40 Living room, refrigerator, bedroom away from traffic

50 Light traffic, normal conversation, quiet office

60 Air conditioner at 20 feet, sewing machine

70 Vacuum cleaner, hair dryer, noisy restaurant

80 Average city traffic, garbage disposals, alarm clock at two feet.

THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE DANGEROUS

UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE

90 Subway, motorcycle, truck traffic, lawn mower

100 Garbage truck, chain saw, pneumatic drill

120 Rock band concert in front of speakers, thunderclap

140 Gunshot blast, jet plane

180 Rocket launching pad

Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation.

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Contents

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01 Before you start

What’s in the box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Putting the batteries in the remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Types of discs/files that can be played. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Playable discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Playable files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

Part Names and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Front Panel Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

02 Connecting up

Connecting a TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Connecting using a commercially available HDMI cable . . . . . . 14

Connecting using a commercially available component video cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Connecting using the included audio cable and video cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Connecting an AV receiver or amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Connecting using a commercially available HDMI cable . . . . . . 17

Connecting using audio cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Connecting using a commercially available digital audio cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Connecting the power cord. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

03 Getting Started

Making settings using the Setup Navigator menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Operating the TV with the player’s remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

TV Preset code list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Using the TOOLS menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Erasing the additional data from BD-ROMs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Switching the video output terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Switching the output video resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

04 Playback

Playing discs or files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Forward and reverse scanning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Playing specific titles, chapters or tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Skipping content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Playing in slow motion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Step forward and step reverse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Switching the camera angles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Switching the subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Switching the audio streams/channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

Switching the secondary video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Displaying the disc information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Using the Play Mode functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Playing from a specific time (Time Search) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Playing a specific title, chapter or track (Search) . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

Playing a specific section within a title or track repeatedly

(A-B Repeat). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Playing repeatedly (Repeat Play) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Playing in random order (Random Play). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

About Play Mode types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Playing from the Home Media Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Playing discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Playing music files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

Playing in the desired order (HMG Playlist) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

05 Adjusting audio and video

Adjusting the video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37

Adjusting the Audio DRC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38

06 Advanced settings

Changing the settings (Initial Setup) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

Operating the Initial Setup screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

Changing to other language at language setting . . . . . . . . . . . . .43

Changing the speaker setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43

Adjusting the output level of the various speakers

(Channel Level) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

Registering or Changing the password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

Changing the Age Restriction for watching BD-ROMs . . . . . . . .45

Changing the Parental Lock level for watching DVDs . . . . . . . . .46

Changing the Country/Area code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

Changing the terminals for outputting video and audio signals

(Output Terminal Priority) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

Restoring all the settings to the factory default settings . . . . . . .49

About the audio output settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50

07 Additional information

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

Playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51

When connected using an HDMI cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53

Others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55

Language Code Table and Country/Area Code Table . . . . . . . . . . .56

Language Code Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56

Country/Area Code Table. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57

Cautions on use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Moving the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Place of installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Turn the power off when not using the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Condensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Cleaning the player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Caution for when the unit is installed in a rack with a glass door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Cleaning the pickup lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

Handling discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59

Licenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62

Chapter 1

Before you start

What’s in the box

Remote control x 1

STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

Audio cable (white/red plugs) x 1

Video cable (yellow plugs) x 1

CLEAR

SECONDARY

AUDIO VIDEO

ENTER

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

HOME MEDIA

GALLERY

DISPLAY

TOP MENU

POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

HOME

MENU

RETURN

PLAY

PREV

PAUSE STOP NEXT

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

VIDEO ADJUST

Power cable x 1

AA/R6 dry cell batteries x 2

BD PLAYER

Warranty card

Operating instructions (this manual)

Putting the batteries in the remote control

1 Open the rear cover.

3 Close the rear cover.

Close securely (a click should be heard).

Caution

• Do not mix new and old batteries together.

• Batteries may have different voltages, even if they look similar.

Do not use different kinds of batteries together.

• To prevent leakage of battery fluid, remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the remote control for a long period of time (1 month or more). If the fluid should leak, wipe it carefully off the inside of the case, then insert new batteries.

• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s rules that apply in your country/area.

• WARNING

Do not use or store batteries in direct sunlight or other excessively hot place, such as inside a car or near a heater. This can cause batteries to leak, overheat, explode or catch fire. It can also reduce the life or performance of batteries.

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Press lightly on this part and slide into the direction of the arrow.

2 Insert the batteries (AA/R6 x 2).

Insert as indicated by the  /  marks into the battery compartment.

Insert the negative

(  ) side first.

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Types of discs/files that can be played

Playable discs

Discs with the logo marks below indicated on the disc label, package or jacket can be played.

Logo Application format

Disc type

BDMV

1 BDAV DVD-Video DVD VR

BD

BD-ROM

BD-R

BD-RE

CD-DA

DTS-CD

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DVD-ROM

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DVD-R

DVD

DVD-R DL

(Dual Layer)

DVD-RW

DVD+R

DVD+RW

CD-DA

(Music CD)

CD

CD-R

CD-RW

CD-ROM

1. Including the AVCHD format.

2. Discs on which music files are recorded

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Discs that cannot be played

• HD DVDs

• DVD Audio discs

• DVD-RAM discs

• Non-finalized DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/DVD+RW discs in the

DVD-Video format and AVCHD format

• Non-finalized Dual Layer DVD-R discs in the DVD VR format

• SACDs

• Video CDs

• SVCDs

This player conforms to NTSC standards. Discs for which “NTSC” is indicated on the disc label, package or jacket can be played.

“Blu-ray Disc” and are trademarks.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

Note

• Some discs cannot be played, even if one of the above logo marks is indicated.

• To play 8 cm discs, set the disc in the 8 cm disc depression in the center of the disc tray. No adapter is necessary. 8 cm BD-

ROMs cannot be played.

About audio formats

The following audio formats are supported on this player:

• Dolby TrueHD

• Dolby Digital Plus

• Dolby Digital

• DTS-HD Master Audio

• DTS-HD High Resolution Audio

• DTS Digital Surround

• MPEG

• MPEG-2 AAC

• Linear PCM

To enjoy the surround sound of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus,

DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, it is recommended to connect the player to an AV receiver or amplifier compatible with these audio formats using an HDMI cable. After loading a BD containing sound in one of these audio formats, select the audio format on the menu screen.

See About the audio output settings on page 50 for the output conditions of the different formats.

Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #: 5,451,942;

5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Advanced Digital Out are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Playing BDs

• BDs (BDMV) compatible with the formats below can be played.

– Blu-ray Disc Read-Only (ROM) Format Version 2

– Blu-ray Disc Recordable (R) Format Version 2

– Blu-ray Disc Rewritable (RE) Format Version 3

This player supports BD-ROM Profile 1 Version 1.1.

BONUSVIEW Functions such as playback of secondary video

(Picture-in-Picture) and secondary audio can be used. For details on secondary video and secondary audio playback, refer to the disc’s instructions.

“BONUSVIEW” is trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association.

When a BD-ROM is played, additional data may be stored in the player’s memory area (local storage). If the message indicating low memory (local storage) appears, erase the BDMV data

(page 24).

• BDs (BDAV) compatible with the formats below can be played.

– Blu-ray Disc Recordable (R) Format Version 1

– Blu-ray Disc Rewritable (RE) Format Version 2

• Dual Layer BDs can be played.

• Music files recorded on BDs cannot be played.

• 8 cm BD-ROMs cannot be played.

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Playing DVDs

• DVD-Video can be played.

• DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW discs recorded in the DVD-Video format can be played (finalize them before playing them on this player).

• DVD-R/-RW discs recorded in the VR format (Video Recording format) can be played.

• This label indicates playback compatibility with DVD-RW discs recorded in VR format (Video Recording format). However, for discs recorded with a record-only-once encrypted program, playback can only be achieved using a CPRM compatible device.

• DVDs recorded in the AVCHD format can be played (finalize them before playing them on this player).

DualDisc playback

A DualDisc is a new two-sided disc, one side of which contains DVD content — video, audio, etc. — while the other side contains non-

DVD content such as digital audio material.

The DVD side of a DualDisc will be played on this player (excluding any DVD-Audio content).

The non-DVD, audio side of the disc is not compatible with this player.

It is possible that when loading or ejecting a DualDisc, the opposite side to that being played will be scratched. Scratched discs may not be playable.

For more detailed information on the DualDisc specification, please refer to the disc manufacturer or disc retailer.

Playing discs created on computers

• It may not be possible to play DVD-R/-RW or CD-R/-RW discs recorded using a personal recorder or computer. (This can be due to various reasons, including disc properties, scratches, dirt on the disc, dirt on the player’s lens, condensation and so on.)

• It may not be possible to play discs recorded using a computer due to the application settings or environment. Record discs in the proper format. For details, contact the dealer.

Playable files

“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Matsushita

Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony Corporation.

• Music files recorded on DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW discs can be played. See Playable files on page 10.

• Dual Layer DVDs can be played. However, Non-finalized Dual

Layer DVD-R discs recorded in the VR format cannot be played

(finalize them before playing them on this player).

• HD DVD, DVD Audio and DVD-RAM discs cannot be played.

About region numbers

Blu-ray Disc Player and BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs are assigned region numbers according to the region in which they are sold.

This player’s region numbers are:

• BD-ROM: A

• DVD-Video: 1

Discs not including these numbers cannot be played. Discs playable on this player are as shown below.

• BDs: A (including A) and ALL

• DVDs: 1 (including 1) and ALL

Playing CDs

• Music CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs) can be played.

• Music files recorded on CDs can be played. See Playable files on page 10.

• SACD, Video CD and Super VCD discs cannot be played.

• Regarding copy protected CDs: This player is designed to conform to the specifications of the Audio CD format. This player does not support the playback or function of discs that do not conform to these specifications.

Music files recorded on DVDs and CDs can be played.

Caution

• In DVD, only the one recorded by the ISO 9660 file system can be played.

• Some files may not be playable.

• For some files, it may not be possible to use certain functions during playback.

• It may not be possible to play some files, even if they have the extension of a file playable on this player.

• Files protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot be played.

Supported music file formats

• Windows Media™ Audio 9 (WMA9)

Bit rate: Up to 192 kbps

Sampling frequencies: 22.05 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz

• MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)

Bit rate: Up to 320 kbps

Sampling frequencies: 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,

22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz

Playable file extensions

• Music files

.wma and .mp3

• Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of

Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

• This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and cannot be used or distributed without a license from

Microsoft Licensing, Inc.

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Part Names and Functions

Remote Control

1

4

2

3

5

10

11

12

13

14

6

7

8

9

STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

VIDEO ADJUST

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16

17

18

20

19

21

22

23

BD PLAYER

1  STANDBY/ON

Press to turn the power on and off.

2 TV CONTROL

Your TV can be controlled using the player’s remote control

(page 22).

 – Press to turn the TV’s power on and off.

INPUT SELECT – Press to switch the TV’s input.

CH +/– – Press to select the TV channel.

VOL +/– – Press to adjust the volume.

3 AUDIO

Press to switch the audio streams/channels (page 28).

4 SUBTITLE

Press to switch the subtitles (page 28).

5 Number buttons – Use these to select and play the title/ chapter/track you want to watch or listen to and to select items from menus.

CLEAR – Press to clear the numeric number, etc.

ENTER – Press to execute the selected item or enter a setting that has been changed, etc.

6 SECONDARY AUDIO – When playing a BD-ROM on which secondary audio is recorded, press to switch to the secondary audio (page 28).

SECONDARY VIDEO – When playing a BD-ROM on which secondary video (Picture-in-Picture) is recorded, press to switch to the secondary video (page 29).

7 VIDEO SELECT

Press to switch the terminal from which the video signals are output. Use to switch between digital output (HDMI output) and analog output (Component Video output, S-Video output or Video output) (the signals are only output from the selected video output terminal) (page 24).

8 HOME MEDIA GALLERY

Press to display/hide the Home Media Gallery screen (page 34).

9 TOP MENU

Press to display the top menu of the BD-ROM or DVD-Video.

10

/

/

/

– Use to select items, change settings and move the cursor.

ENTER – Press to execute the selected item or enter a setting that has been changed, etc.

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11 HOME MENU

Press to display/hide the Home Menu.

12  PLAY – Press to start playback.

 PAUSE – Press to pause playback. Press again to restart playback.

 STOP – Press to stop playback.

 PREV/  NEXT – Press to skip to the beginning of the previous/next title/chapter/track/file (page 27).

 /  / – Press during playback to start reverse scanning.

While playback is paused, press for step reverse playback. Press and hold while playback is paused for reverse slow motion playback (pages 26 and 27).

/  /  – Press during playback to start forward scanning.

While playback is paused, press for step forward playback.

Press and hold while playback is paused for forward slow motion playback (pages 26 and 27).

13 RED/GREEN/BLUE/YELLOW

Use these to navigate BD-ROM menus.

14 VIDEO ADJUST

Press to display/hide the Video Adjust menu (page 37).

15  OPEN/CLOSE

Press to open and close the disc tray.

16 FL DIMMER

Press to switch the brightness of the front panel display. The FL OFF indicator lights when Off is selected.

17 ANGLE

Press to switch the BD-ROM or DVD-Video camera angles

(page 28).

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18 OUTPUT RESOLUTION

Use these to switch the output video resolution from the HDMI OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals (page 25).

19 PLAY MODE

Press to display/hide the Play Mode screen (page 29).

20 POP UP MENU/MENU

Press to display the BD-ROM or DVD-Video menus.

Front Panel

21 DISPLAY

Press to display disc information (page 29).

22 TOOLS

Press to display/hide the TOOLS menu (page 23).

23 RETURN

Press to return to the previous screen.

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1  STANDBY/ON

Press to turn the power on and off.

2 Remote control sensor

Point the remote control to this, then operate it within approximately

23 feet.

The player may have trouble capturing remote control signals if there is a fluorescent light nearby. If this happens, move the player away from the fluorescent light.

3 Front panel display

4 Touch sensor – Touch the center of the words or marks lightly to operate.

 OPEN/CLOSE – Press to open and close the disc tray.

RESOLUTION – Press to switch the output video resolution from the HDMI output or component video output terminals

(page 25).

 /  – Press to skip to the beginning of the previous title/ chapter/track/file. Press and hold to start reverse scanning

(pages 26 and 27).

 /  – Press to skip to the beginning of the next title/ chapter/track/file. Press and hold to start forward scanning

(pages 26 and 27).

 – Press during playback to pause. Press again to restrart playback.

 – Press to stop playback.

5 

Press to start playback.

6 HDMI indicator

This lights when an HDMI-compatible device is connected

(page 14).

7 Touch sensor indicator

This lights when the touch sensor is touched.

8 7 6

8 Disc tray

9 FL OFF indicator

This lights when Off is selected with FL DIMMER .

10 HD indicator

This lights when an HDMI cable is connected and video signals are being output with a resolution of 1080/60i, 1080/60p, 1080/24p or

720/60p. It also lights when a component video cable is connected and video signals are being output with a resolution of 1080/60i or

720/60p.

Front Panel Display

1 2 3

CONTROL

PQLS

24HZ

50HZ

60HZ

6 5

1 

Lights during playback.

2 

Lights when playback is paused.

3 PQLS

Lights when the PQLS function is activated (page 15).

Rear Panel

1 2

4

4 Character display

Displays the title/chapter/track number, elapsed time, etc.

5 24HZ/50HZ/60HZ

The frequency of the video frame or field being output lights.

6 CONTROL

Lights when the HDMI Control function is activated (page 15).

01

3 4 5

R

CONTROL

IN

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

P

B

HDMI OUT

VIDEO

P

R

S-VIDEO

AC IN

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1 DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL)

Connect with the digital audio input terminal on an AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

2 AUDIO OUT (2 ch) terminals

Connect with the audio input terminals on a TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

3 AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals

Connect with the multi-channel (7.1- or 5.1-channel) audio input terminals on an AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

4 VIDEO OUT terminals

VIDEO – Connect with the video input terminal on a TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

S-VIDEO – Connect with the S-Video input terminal on a TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

COMPONENT VIDEO – Connect with the component video input terminals on a TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

5 AC IN

Connect the power cord here.

6 HDMI OUT terminal

Connect with an HDMI-compatible TV, AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

7 CONTROL IN terminal

Use to control this player from the remote sensor of another Pioneer component with a CONTROL OUT terminal and bearing the  mark. Connect the CONTROL OUT of the other component to the

CONTROL IN of this player using a mini-plug cord.

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Caution

• Be sure to connect cables for outputting the audio and video signals (pages 14 and 17).

• When connected via System Control, point the remote control toward the connected component (such as an AV receiver or amplifier). The remote will not work correctly when pointed at this player.

• You cannot use System Control with components that do not have a System Control terminal or with components manufactured by companies other than Pioneer.

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Chapter 2

Connecting up

Connecting a TV

Be sure to turn off the power and unplug the power cord from the power outlet whenever making or changing connections.

Note

• Make the settings in the Setup Navigator menu according to the type of cable connected (page 20).

Connecting using a commercially available HDMI cable

The audio and video signals can be transferred to HDMI-compatible devices as digital signals with no loss of sound or video quality. After connecting, make the settings at the Setup Navigator menu according to the connected HDMI-compatible device (page 20).

Also refer to the operating instructions of the device being connected.

Note

• The HDMI indicator on the player’s front panel lights when an

HDMI-compatible device is connected. (Depending on the connected device, in some cases it may only light when the player is selected as the device’s input.)

• 1080p video signals may not be output, depending on the HDMI cable being used.

Match the direction of the plug to the terminal and insert straight.

CONTROL

IN

DIGITAL

OUT

Player’s rear panel

SURROUND

BACK

P B

P R

It is also possible to connect to an AV receiver or amplifier using an HDMI cable

(page 17).

To HDMI input terminal

TV

Direction of signal flow

Caution

• Hold the plug when connecting and disconnecting the cable.

• Placing a load on the plug could result in faulty contact and no video signals being output.

About HDMI

This player incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface

(HDMI™) technology.

The player supports Deep Color.

The conventional players can transmit a video signal with 8 bit color depth in the YCbCr 4:4:4 or RGB formats, the players supporting

Deep Color can transmit a video signal with a color bit depth of greater than 8 bits per color component. Subtle color gradations can be reproduced when connected to a TV that supports Deep

Color.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

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Audio signals that can be transferred with the player’s HDMI output terminal

• Dolby TrueHD

• Dolby Digital Plus

• Dolby Digital

• DTS-HD Master Audio

• DTS-HD High Resolution Audio

• DTS Digital Surround

• MPEG-2 AAC

• Linear PCM

Linear PCM audio signals meeting the following conditions can be output:

– Sampling frequency: 32 kHz to 192 kHz

– Number of channels: Up to 8 (up to 6 for a 192 kHz sampling frequency)

For details, see About the audio output settings on page 50.

About the HDMI high speed transmission

This player outputs 1080/60p and Deep Color video signals. If your

TV supports 1080/60p or Deep Color signals, use a High Speed

HDMI™ cable in order to take advantage of the maximum performance the player and TV can offer. Also set HDMI High-

Speed Transmission to On (page 41).

High Speed HDMI™ cables are tested to carry signals up to 1080p.

1080/60i, 1080/60p, 1080/24p and 720/60p video signals that are capable of Deep Color can also be carried.

Note

• Set HDMI High-Speed Transmission to Off when using an

HDMI cable other than a High Speed HDMI™ cable (a Standard

HDMI™ cable).

• The following restrictions apply when HDMI High-Speed

Transmission is set to Off :

– Deep Color signals are not output.

– If output video resolution is set to Auto , the signals are output with a resolution of 1080/60i, even if the TV’s preferred resolution is 1080/60p.

– When the output video resolution is set to 480i or 480p , Dolby

TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio signals are not output as such. They are either output as Dolby Digital or DTS Digital

Surround signals or converted into linear PCM. Also, 96 kHz and 192 kHz multi-channel linear PCM audio signals cannot be output. They are output as 2-channel signals (page 50).

• When an HDMI cable with a built-in equalizer is connected, it may not operate properly.

About HDCP

HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a copyright protection system by which digital video signals are encrypted.

When connected to a DVI device

• It is not possible to connect DVI devices (computer displays, for example) that are not compatible with HDCP.

• No audio signals are output. Connect using an audio cable

(included), etc.

• This player is designed for connection with HDMI-compatible devices. When connected to a DVI device, it may not operate properly depending on the DVI device.

About HDMI Control function

• When the player is connected to a Pioneer Flat Panel TV or AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.), supporting the HDMI

Control function, it can be operated from the Flat Panel TV or AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.).

• The Flat Panel TV’s input is switched automatically when playback is started on the player or the Home Menu or the Home

Media Gallery is displayed. When the input is switched, the playback picture, the Home Menu or the Home Media Gallery appears on the Flat Panel TV (Auto-select function). If the Flat

Panel TV’s power is being turned off at this time, it may turn on automatically (Simultaneous power function). When the language information from a connected Flat Panel TV is received, you can have the player’s on-screen display language change automatically to that of the Flat Panel TV (Unified language function). This function is available only when playback is stopped and the menu screen is not displayed.

• Also refer to the operating instructions of the Flat Panel TV or AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.).

To use the HDMI Control function

• The HDMI Control function operates when HDMI Control is set to On for all devices connected with HDMI cables. Once connections and the settings of all the devices are finished, be sure to check that the player’s picture is output to the Flat Panel

TV. (Also check after changing the connected devices and reconnecting HDMI cables.) The HDMI Control function may not operate properly if the player’s picture is not properly output to the Flat Panel TV.

• Use High Speed HDMI™ cables when using the HDMI Control function. The HDMI Control function may not operate properly if other HDMI cables are used.

• The function name of KURO LINK used on the web and in catalogs is referred to as HDMI Control in the operating instructions and on the player.

About PQLS function

The PQLS (Precision Quartz Lock System) is a transfer control technology using the HDMI Control function. The player’s output signals are controlled from the AV receiver or amplifier to achieve high quality sound playback using the quartz oscillator of AV receiver or amplifier. This eliminates the influence of the jitter generated upon transfer which can adversely affect the sound quality.

• The PQLS function is only activated when the player is connected to a Pioneer AV receiver or amplifier compatible with the PQLS function via HDMI connection.

• The PQLS function is only activated when playing a music CD

(CD-DA).

• The PQLS function is activated when the player is set as follows

(page 41):

HDMI Control : On

PQLS : Auto

• Also refer to the operating instructions of AV receiver or amplifier.

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• If the output video resolution is switched when playing a music

CD (CD-DA), the PQLS function does not work. This function will work again after playback stops and restarts.

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Connecting using a commercially available component video cable

Player’s rear panel

R

CONTROL

IN

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

P

B

HDMI OUT

VIDEO

P R S-VIDEO

AC IN

Connecting using the included audio cable and video cable

Player’s rear panel

R

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

CONTROL

IN

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P

R

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

AC IN

R

L

DI G ITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 c h)

L

L

FRONT S URROUND

S URROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.

1 c h)

S UB WOOFER

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P R

VIDEO

S -VIDEO

R

DI G ITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

AUDIO OUT (2 c h)

OPTICAL

L

L

FRONT S URROUND

S URROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.

1 c h)

S UB WOOFER

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P

R

VIDEO

S -VIDEO

It is also possible to connect to an AV receiver or amplifier.

Connect the audio signals using audio cables (7.1 channels), an optical digital audio cable or a coaxial digital audio cable

(page 18).

It is also possible to connect to an AV receiver or amplifier.

Connect the audio signals using audio cables (7.1 channels), an optical digital audio cable or a coaxial digital audio cable

(page 18).

To audio input terminals

To component video input terminals

To audio input terminals

To video input terminal

To S-Video input terminal

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TV

Direction of signal flow

Caution

• When connected to the TV using a component video cable

(commercially available), video signals are not output with a resolution of 1080/60p or 1080/24p.

• Depending on the output video resolution setting, the picture may not be output (page 25).

TV

Direction of signal flow

Caution

• Video signals are only output with a resolution of 480/60i when connected using a video cable (included) or an S-Video cable

(commercially available).

• Connect the player’s video output directly to your TV.

This player supports analog copy protection technology.

Therefore the picture may not be displayed properly if connected to a TV via a DVD recorder/video deck or when playing the player’s output material that is recorded by a DVD recorder/ video deck. Furthermore, the picture may not be displayed properly due to the copy protection when the player is connected to a TV with a built-in video deck. For details, contact the manufacturer of your TV.

Connecting an AV receiver or amplifier

Connecting using a commercially available HDMI cable

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Caution

• When DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution

Audio signals are output as linear PCM signals, the DTS Digital

Surround signals are converted to linear PCM for output

(page 50).

Player’s rear panel

R

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

CONTROL

IN

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P

R

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

AC IN

P B VIDEO

Connect to an AV receiver or amplifier in order to enjoy the surround sound of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD

Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio or DTS Digital

Surround. For instructions on connecting the TV and speakers to the

AV receiver or amplifier, refer to the operating instructions of AV receiver or amplifier.

Match the direction of the plug to the terminal and insert straight.

HDMI OUT

P R S-VIDEO

Note

• Make the settings in the Setup Navigator menu according to the type of cable connected (page 20).

• To output video signals from this player, connect using one of the following (not including when connected using an HDMI cable): a component video cable (commercially available), an S-

Video cable (commercially available) or a video cable (included).

AV receiver or amplifier To HDMI input terminal

From HDMI output terminal

To HDMI input terminal

TV

Direction of signal flow

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Connecting using audio cables Connecting using a commercially available digital audio cable

Caution

• For DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals, the DTS Digital Surround signals are converted to linear

PCM for output (page 50).

When connecting to a 7.1-channel compatible AV receiver or amplifier – Connect using the included audio cable and 3 commercially available audio cables (diagram below).

When connecting to a 5.1-channel compatible AV receiver or amplifier – Connect using the included audio cable and 2 commercially available audio cables (do not connect to the surround back left and right terminals).

• After connecting, set Audio Output Mode to Multi-channel

(page 40).

Player’s rear panel

R

CONTROL

IN

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK

CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

P

B

HDMI OUT

VIDEO

P R S-VIDEO

AC IN

Connect either an optical digital audio cable or a coaxial digital audio cable.

Player’s rear panel

R

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

CONTROL

IN

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

R

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P

R

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

AC IN

R

L

DI G ITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 c h)

L

L

FRONT S URROUND

S URROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.

1 c h)

S UB WOOFER

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

P B

HDMI OUT

P R

VIDEO

S -VIDEO

L

FRONT S URROUND

S URROUND

BACK CENTER

R L

R

L

DI G ITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 c h) AUDIO OUT (7.

1 c h)

S UB WOOFER

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P R

VIDEO

S -VIDEO

To optical digital audio input terminal

To coaxial digital audio input terminal

To component video input terminals

To multi-channel audio input terminals

AV receiver or amplifier

Direction of signal flow

To component video input terminals

AV receiver or amplifier

Direction of signal flow

Caution

• Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus signals are output as the

Dolby Digital signals or signals converted from Dolby Digital to linear PCM (page 50).

• DTS-HD Master Audio and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals are output as the DTS Digital Surround signals or signals converted from DTS Digital Surround to linear PCM

(page 50).

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Connecting the power cord

Connect the power cord after all the connections between devices have been completed.

Player’s rear panel

R

CONTROL

IN

DIGITAL

OUT

COAXIAL

OPTICAL

AUDIO OUT (2 ch)

L

L

FRONT SURROUND

SURROUND

BACK CENTER

R

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch)

SUB WOOFER

VIDEO OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

HDMI OUT

P B

P

R

VIDEO

S-VIDEO

AC IN

UT

VIDEO

S -VIDEO

AC IN

Power cable (included)

To wall outlet

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Chapter 3

Getting Started

Making settings using the

Setup Navigator menu

4 Select and set the video and audio output terminals.

Select the actually connected video and audio output terminals.

Use

/

/

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

Be sure to perform these settings when using the player for the first time.

ENTER

RETURN Caution

• Before turning on the power, check that the connections between the player and other devices are correct.

1 Turn on the power.

Press  STANDBY/ON .

STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

S etup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Select the output terminals to be used for the video and audio signals of this player.

Video HDMI

Audio HDMI

Use [ ][ ] to select video or audio, then press [ ][ ] to select the output terminal.

2 Turn on the TV’s power and switch the input.

See the TV’s operating instructions for instructions on operating the

TV.

Check that the Setup Navigator menu is displayed.

If TV Control is set, the TV can be operated with the player’s remote control (page 22).

If the Setup Navigator menu is not displayed

Press HOME MENU to display the Home Menu, select

Initial Setup

Setup Navigator

Start, then press ENTER.

3 Select the OSD language.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

• When HDMI is selected for Video or Audio , proceed to step 5.

• When Component Video is selected for Video , proceed to step

6.

• When S-Video/Video is selected for Video , proceed to step 7.

Setting item

HDMI

Output terminal name

HDMI Output

Component Video Video Output Component Video

S-Video/Video S-Video

Video

HDMI

Digital Audio

Analog Audio

HDMI Output

Digital Audio

Output

Coaxial

Optical

Audio Output (2ch)

Audio Output (7.1ch)

ENTER

RETURN

S etup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Please select the on-screen display language.

Audio, subtitle and BDMV/DVD-Video menu language will also be set.

Caution

• When HDMI is selected for Video , no video signals are output from the COMPONENT VIDEO , S-VIDEO or VIDEO output terminals.

• When Component Video or S-Video/Video is selected for

Video , no video signals are output from the HDMI OUT terminal.

• The video and audio signals output from the set output terminals are output synchronously (lip synchronization).

• Linear PCM audio signals (2 channels) are output from all terminals other than the ones selected for Audio , regardless of the audio format or the player’s settings.

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When you have this player connected to a Pioneer Flat Panel TV that is compatible with HDMI Control, language settings are imported from the Pioneer Flat Panel TV’s language settings before Setup

Navigator begins.

5 Select and set the HDMI High-Speed Transmission setting.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

8 Check the settings.

Select Proceed , then press ENTER .

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Select [Proceed] if you want to start testing your audio and video settings.

Procee d

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Select the HDMI Hi-speed transmission setting.

On Off

Normally select [On] (Recommended).

Select [Off] if the video or audio of HDMI-connected was not output in the test output.

• When HDMI High-Speed Transmission is set to On , use a High

Speed HDMI™ cable. The picture and sound may not be output properly if any other HDMI cable (standard HDMI™ cable) is used.

• When HDMI is selected for Video , proceed to step 8.

• When Component Video is selected for Video , proceed to step 6.

• When S-Video/Video is selected for Video , proceed to step 7.

6 Select the output video resolution from the COMPONENT

VIDEO output terminals.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Select the output video resolution at the

Component video terminal.

9 Output test tones.

Use

/

to select Yes , then press ENTER .

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

The test tone will be output.

Reduce the volume to an appropriate level.

Yes No

The video and/or audio may not be output under certain setup.

The setup menu comes back in 30 seconds.

Caution

• The screen in step 10 and test tones are output simultaneously according to the settings in steps 4 to 7. Lower the volume of the devices connected with the player.

10 Finish the Setup Navigator menu.

Use

/

to select Finish , then press ENTER .

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Setup is complete!

Finish Go Back

If you select [Source Direct], the output resolution is determined according to the video format of the playing source.

For details on the resolution settings, see Switching the output video resolution on page 25.

7 Select the aspect ratio of your TV.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Setup Navigator

BD PLAYER

Select the screen aspect ratio to match your TV.

The setup menu comes back in 30 seconds.

To redo the settings from the start, select Go Back .

Depending on the output terminal setting of step 4 or the HDMI cable being used, it may happen that no picture and/or sound is output. If this happens, the setup returns to step 4 if there is no operation for over 30 seconds. Once the setup returns to step 4, redo the settings according to the connected devices and the HDMI cable being used.

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About the screen saver

The screen saver is automatically activated if there is no operation for over 1 minute after playback is stopped or paused. The screen saver turns off when an operation is performed on the player or remote control.

The screen saver is automatically activated if there is no operation for over 1 minute after the Home Menu or Home Media Gallery is displayed while playing a BD or DVD.

With CDs and music files, the screen saver is automatically activated if no button is operated for over 1 minute, even while the

CD or music file is playing.

Operating the TV with the player’s remote control

When the manufacturer code for your brand of TV is set on the player’s remote control, the TV can be operated using the player’s remote control.

1 Input the 2-digit manufacturer code.

Press the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the code while pressing

TV CONTROL  .

STANDBY/ON

STANDBY/ON

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

CLEAR

AUDIO VIDEO

ENTER

Note

• The factory setting is PIONEER 00 .

• If you make a mistake when inputting the code, start over from the beginning.

• When there are multiple codes for a manufacturer, try inputting them in the indicated order until the TV can be operated.

2 Check that the TV can be operated.

OPEN/CLOSE

Caution

• For some models it may not be possible to operate the TV with the player’s remote control, even for TVs of brands listed on the manufacturer code list.

• The setting may be restored to the default after the batteries are replaced. If this happens, reset it.

TV Preset code list

Manufacturer Code(s)

PIONEER 00 , 31, 32, 07, 36, 42, 51

ACURA 44

ADMIRAL 31

AIWA 60

AKAI 32, 35, 42

AKURA 41

ALBA 07, 39, 41, 44

AMSTRAD 42, 44, 47

ANITECH 44

ASA 45

ASUKA 41

AUDIOGONIC 07, 36

BASIC LINE 41, 44

BAUR 31, 07, 42

BEKO 38

BEON 07

BLAUPUNKT 31

BLUE SKY 41

BLUE STAR 18

BPL 18

BRANDT 36

BTC 41

BUSH 07, 41, 42, 44, 47, 56

CASCADE 44

CATHAY 07

CENTURION 07

CGB 42

CIMLINE 44

CLARIVOX 07

CLATRONIC 38

CONDOR 38

CONTEC 44

CROSLEY 32

CROWN 38, 44

CRYSTAL 42

CYBERTRON 41

DAEWOO 07, 44, 56

DAINICHI 41

DANSAI 07

DAYTON 44

DECCA 07, 48

DIXI 07, 44

DUMONT 53

ELIN 07

ELITE 41

ELTA 44

EMERSON 42

ERRES 07

FERGUSON 07, 36, 51

FINLANDIA 35, 43, 54

FINLUX 32, 07, 45, 48, 53, 54

FIRSTLINE 40, 44

FISHER 32, 35, 38, 45

FORMENTI 32, 07, 42

FRONTECH 31, 42, 46

FRONTECH / PROTECH 32

FUJITSU 48

FUNAI 40, 46, 58

GBC 32, 42

GE 00, 01, 08, 07, 10, 11, 17, 02, 28, 18

GEC 07, 34, 48

GELOSO 32, 44

GENERAL 29

GENEXXA 31, 41

GOLDSTAR 10, 23, 21, 02, 07, 50

GOODMANS 07, 39, 47, 48, 56

GORENJE 38

GPM 41

GRAETZ 31, 42

GRANADA 07, 35, 42, 43, 48

GRADIENTE 30, 57

GRANDIN 18

GRUNDIG 31, 53

HANSEATIC 07, 42

HCM 18, 44

HINARI 07, 41, 44

HISAWA 18

HITACHI 31, 33, 34, 36, 42, 43, 54, 06, 10,

24, 25, 18

HUANYU 56

HYPSON 07, 18, 46

ICE 46, 47

IMPERIAL 38, 42

INDIANA 07

INGELEN 31

INTERFUNK 31, 32, 07, 42

INTERVISION 46, 49

ISUKAI 41

ITC 42

ITT 31, 32, 42

JEC 05

JVC 13, 23

KAISUI 18, 41, 44

KAPSCH 31

KENDO 42

KENNEDY 32, 42

KORPEL 07

KOYODA 44

LEYCO 07, 40, 46, 48

LIESENK & TTER 07

LOEWE 07

LUXOR 32, 42, 43

M ELECTRONIC 31, 44, 45, 54, 56, 07,

36, 51

MAGNADYNE 32, 49

MAGNAFON 49

MAGNAVOX 07, 10, 03, 12, 29

MANESTH 39, 46

MARANTZ 07

MARK 07

MATSUI 07, 39, 40, 42, 44, 47, 48

MCMICHAEL 34

MEDIATOR 07

MEMOREX 44

METZ 31

MINERVA 31, 53

MITSUBISHI 09, 10, 02, 21, 31

MULTITECH 44, 49

NEC 59

NECKERMANN 31, 07

NEI 07, 42

NIKKAI 05, 07, 41, 46, 48

NOBLIKO 49

NOKIA 32, 42, 52

NORDMENDE 32, 36, 51, 52

OCEANIC 31, 32, 42

ORION 32, 07, 39, 40

OSAKI 41, 46, 48

OSO 41

OSUME 48

OTTO VERSAND 31, 32, 07, 42

PALLADIUM 38

PANAMA 46

PANASONIC 31, 07, 08, 42, 22

PATHO CINEMA 42

PAUSA 44

PHILCO 32, 42

PHILIPS 31, 07, 34, 56, 68

PHOENIX 32

PHONOLA 07

PROFEX 42, 44

PROTECH 07, 42, 44, 46, 49

QUELLE 31, 32, 07, 42, 45, 53

R LINE 07

RADIOLA 07

RADIOSHACK 10, 23, 21, 02

RBM 53

RCA 01, 10, 15, 16, 17, 18, 61, 62, 09

REDIFFUSION 32, 42

REX 31, 46

ROADSTAR 41, 44, 46

SABA 31, 36, 42, 51

SAISHO 39, 44, 46

SALORA 31, 32, 42, 43

SAMBERS 49

SAMSUNG 07, 38, 44, 46, 69, 70

SANYO 35, 45, 48, 21, 14, 91

SBR 07, 34

SCHAUB LORENZ 42

SCHNEIDER 07, 41, 47

SEG 42, 46

SEI 32, 40, 49

SELECO 31, 42

SHARP 02, 19, 27, 67, 90

SIAREM 32, 49

SIEMENS 31

SINUDYNE 32, 39, 40, 49

SKANTIC 43

SOLAVOX 31

SONOKO 07, 44

SONOLOR 31, 35

SONTEC 07

SONY 04

SOUNDWAVE 07

STANDARD 41, 44

STERN 31

SUSUMU 41

SYSLINE 07

TANDY 31, 41, 48

TASHIKO 34

TATUNG 07, 48

TEC 42

TELEAVIA 36

TELEFUNKEN 36, 37, 52

TELETECH 44

TENSAI 40, 41

THOMSON 36, 51, 52, 63

THORN 31, 07, 42, 45, 48

TOMASHI 18

TOSHIBA 05, 02, 26, 21, 53

TOWADA 42

ULTRAVOX 32, 42, 49

UNIDEN 92

UNIVERSUM 31, 07, 38, 42, 45, 46, 54

VESTEL 07

VICTOR 13

VOXSON 31

WALTHAM 43

WATSON 07

WATT RADIO 32, 42, 49

WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 07

YOKO 07, 42, 46

ZENITH 03, 20

Using the TOOLS menu

Various functions can be called out according to the player’s operating status.

1 Display the TOOLS menu.

Press TOOLS .

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Note

• Items that cannot be changed are displayed in gray. The items that can be selected depend on the player’s status.

To close the TOOLS menu

Press TOOLS or RETURN .

TOOLS menu item list

Item

Play from Beginning

Description

Output Video Resolution Switch the output video resolution from the various output terminals (page 25).

Play the selected title, track or file from the start.

Play Mode Display the Play Mode screen (page 29).

Angle

Subtitle

Audio

Secondary Audio

Secondary Video

Switch the BD-ROM/DVD-Video disc’s camera angles (page 28).

Switch the subtitles (page 28).

Switch the audio streams/channels (page 28).

Switch the BD-ROM’s secondary audio streams/channels (page 28).

Switch the BD-ROM’s secondary video

(Picture-in-Picture) (page 29).

Original/Play List

Add to HMG Playlist Add the selected track or file to the HMG

Playlist (page 35).

Delete from HMG Playlist Delete the selected track or file from the HMG

Playlist (page 36).

Now Playing Display the playback screen of the currently playing track or file.

Video Adjust

Switch the DVD-R/-RW’s (VR format) list screen between the original list and the playlist.

Audio DRC

Display the picture quality adjustment screen

(page 37).

Adjust the Audio DRC (page 38).

BDMV Data Erase Erase the additional data from BD-ROMs.

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ENTER

BD PLAYER

TOOLS

Vi d eo A d just

Au d io DRC

A dd to HMG Playlist

Au d io

Subtitle

2 Select and set the item.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

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Erasing the additional data from BD-ROMs

Switching the video output terminal

When a BD-ROM is played, additional data may be stored in the player’s memory (local storage).

If the message indicating low memory (local storage) appears, erase the BDMV data.

Caution

• When the BDMV data is erased, all the data of secondary video

(Picture-in-Picture), secondary audio and/or bookmark, etc. that has been stored is erased.

1 Display the Tools menu.

With no disc loaded, press the TOOLS

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

button.

Use the procedure below to switch the video output terminal. Switch between the digital output (HDMI output) and the analog output

(Component Video output, S-Video output or Video output).

Switch the terminal from which the video signals are output.

SECONDARY

AUDIO VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The video output terminal switches each time the button is pressed.

BD PLAYER

TOOLS

ENTER

Output Video Resolution

BDMV Data Erase

Caution

• The picture may not be displayed for a while when the video output terminal is switched.

• When the HDMI OUT terminal is selected, no video signals are output from the other video output terminals.

• When a video output terminal other than the HDMI OUT terminal is selected, no video signals are output from the HDMI

OUT terminal. However, audio signals are output.

2 Select and set the item.

Use

/

to select BDMV Data Erase , then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

3 Erase the data.

Use

/

to select Yes , then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Erases all of the data added from BDMV.

Please wait a while.

OK to erase data?

Yes No

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Caution

• It takes time to erase the BDMV data for a while. Do not unplug the power cord for about 10 seconds after performing the above procedure.

Switching the output video resolution

Use the procedure below to switch the output video resolution from the various video output terminals.

Press OUTPUT RESOLUTION.

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

The current output video resolution is displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel display.

When pressed again, the output video resolution switches.

Example: Video resolution of the currently playing disc

Output Video Resolution

Auto

Source : 1 0 8 0/ 6 0i

Current Output : 1 0 8 0/ 6 0i

Output video resolution from the player

The output video resolution can also be switched using

/

.

The output video resolution can also be switched by pressing

RESOLUTION on the player’s front panel.

The output video resolution can also be switched by selecting

Output Video Resolution from the TOOLS menu.

The output video resolution depends on the video output terminal.

See the table below.

Output video resolution setting

Auto

2

HDMI OUT terminal

COMPONENT

VIDEO output terminals

1

S-VIDEO/VIDEO output terminal

1

480i

480p

1080i

Resolution preferred by TV

3,4

480/60i

480/60p

1080/60i

480/60i

480/60p

1080/60i

5

480/60i

1080p

2

Source

Direct

1080/60p

6

Resolution recorded on disc

3,7,8

Resolution recorded on disc

7,8,9

480/60i

1. Depending on the BD, the pictures may not be output.

2. Cannot be selected when the video signals are being output from the

COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals, S-VIDEO output terminal or the VIDEO output terminal.

3. For details on the output of film material (1080/24p or 720/24p video signals), see To output film material .

4. Sources with a resolution of 720/60p and 720/24p are output at 1080/60i, even if the TV’s recommended resolution is 1080/60p.

5. DVD-Video or DVD VR format is output at 480/60p. BDs format may be output at 480/60p.

6. Depending on the connected HDMI cable, the video signals may not be output.

Also, sources with a resolution of 720/60p and 720/24p are output at 1080/60i.

7. Depending on the connected TV, the video signals may not be output.

8. 720/24p film material is output at 720/60p.

9. 1080/24p film material is output at 1080/60i.

Caution

• On some TVs, the picture may not be displayed properly when the resolution is switched. If this happens, use OUTPUT

RESOLUTION to set to a resolution at which the picture is properly displayed.

• When video signals are being output with a resolution of 1080/

60i, 1080/60p, 1080/24p or 720/60p from the HDMI output terminal or component video output terminals, the picture may be output with an aspect ratio of 16:9, even if the TV Aspect

Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard) .

• The picture may not be displayed for a while when the resolution is switched.

About Film material

The film material is a video signal with a frame rate of 24 frames/ second. For example, these materials include 1080/24p, 720/24p, etc.

Example: Video resolution of the currently playing disc

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Output Video Resolution

Auto

Source : 1 0 8 0/24p

Current Output : 1 0 8 0/24p

Output video resolution from the player

To output film material

To output 1080/24p film material from the HDMI output terminal, set the output video resolution to either Auto or Source Direct .

Caution

• 1080/24p signals can only be output from the HDMI OUT terminal. They cannot be output from other video terminals.

• When Auto is selected, the picture is output at 60 frames/ second if your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p signals.

• When Source Direct is selected, the signals are output as such, even if your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p signals. If the picture is not displayed properly, use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to set to the output video resolution at which the picture is properly displayed.

• 720/24p video signals are output at 60 frames/second, even if the resolution is set to Auto or Source Direct .

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Chapter 4

Playback

Playing discs or files

This section describes the player’s main operations.

For the types of discs that can be played, see Playable discs on page 8. For the types of files that can be played, see Playable files on page 10. Music files recorded on discs are played with Home Media

Gallery (page 34).

1 Press  STANDBY/ON to turn on the power.

Turn the TV’s power on and switch its input beforehand.

STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

2 Press  OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray and load the disc.

STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE

TV CONTROL

CH VOL

Resuming playback from where it was stopped (resume playback function)

• When  STOP is pressed during playback, the point at which the disc stopped is stored in the memory. When  PLAY is pressed, playback resumes from that point.

• For CDs and music files, playback starts from the beginning of the track/file that was playing.

• To cancel the resume playback function, press  STOP while playback is stopped.

Note

• The resume playback function is canceled automatically in the following cases:

– When the disc tray is opened.

– When the file list window is switched.

– When the power is turned off. (For BDs and DVDs this does not cancel the resume playback function.)

• The resume playback function cannot be used for some discs.

Forward and reverse scanning

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

1 During playback, press  or  .

Note

• Load the disc with the printed side facing up.

• Several dozen seconds are required to read the disc.

Once reading is completed, the type of disc is displayed on the player’s front panel display.

3 Press  PLAY to play the disc.

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

To pause, press  PAUSE during playback.

To stop, press  STOP during playback.

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

• The scanning speed switches each time the button is pressed.

The speed steps depend on the disc or file (the speed is displayed on the TV screen).

• Forward or reverse scanning is also possible by holding the button down. Normal playback resumes when the button is released.

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Note

• Some discs start playing automatically when the disc tray is closed.

• DVD-Video discs have parental lock features. Input the password registered in the player’s settings to unlock the parental lock. For details, see page 46.

• For some BD-R/RE, playback protection is set for the disc or titles. Input the code number set for the disc to unlock the protection.

If the disc menu is displayed

For some discs, the disc menu is displayed automatically when playback starts. The contents of the disc menu and the way to operate differ from disc to disc.

Note

• No sound is output when scanning BDs and DVDs.

• Sound is output when scanning CDs and music files.

• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when the chapter switches.

To resume normal playback

Press  PLAY.

Playing specific titles, chapters or tracks

Playing in slow motion

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

Input the number of the title, chapter or track you want to play.

• Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press

ENTER .

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

While playback is paused, press and hold  / or /  .

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

• The speed switches each time the button is pressed (the speed is displayed on the TV screen). The speed steps depend on the disc.

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CLEAR

Note

• For some discs, it is not possible to specify and play titles, chapters or tracks.

• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.

Skipping content

VIDEO

ENTER

Note

• It is not possible to switch the speed during reverse slow motion playback.

• No sound is output during slow motion playback.

• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when the chapter switches.

• There are some discs for which slow motion playback is not possible.

To resume normal playback

Press  PLAY.

Step forward and step reverse

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

Press  PREV or  NEXT.

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

• When  NEXT is pressed, the disc skips ahead to the beginning of the next title/chapter/track/file.

• When  PREV is pressed, the disc skips back to the beginning of the currently playing title/chapter/track/file. Press twice to skip back to the beginning of the previous title/chapter/ track/file.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

While playback is paused, press  / or /  .

PLAY

PREV PAUSE STOP NEXT

• The disc moves a step forward or reverse each time the button is pressed.

Note

• There are some discs and files for which skipping is not possible.

Note

• For some discs, normal playback resumes automatically when the chapter switches.

• There are some discs and files for which step forward/reverse playback is not possible.

To resume normal playback

Press  PLAY.

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Switching the camera angles

For BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs on which multiple angles are recorded, the angles can be switched during playback.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

During playback, press ANGLE.

CH VOL

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

• The current angle and total number of recorded angles are displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel display. When pressed again, the angle switches.

Example: Current angle/Total number of recorded angles

Angle

1 /4

• The angles can also be switched using

/

.

• The angles can also be switched by selecting Angle from the

TOOLS menu.

• Angle mark is displayed for scenes at which multiple angles are recorded.

Note

• For some discs, the angle can also be switched on the menu screen.

• Angle mark is not displayed if Angle/Secondary Indicator is set to Off (page 42).

Switching the subtitles

For discs on which multiple subtitles are recorded, the subtitles can be switched during playback.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

During playback, press SUBTITLE.

CH VOL

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

• The current subtitle and total number of recorded subtitles are displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel display. When pressed again, the subtitle switches.

Example: Current subtitle/Total number of recorded subtitles

Subtitle

1 /2 Engli s h

• The subtitles can also be switched using

/

.

• The subtitles can also be switched by selecting Subtitle from the TOOLS menu.

Note

• The types of recorded subtitles depend on the disc.

• If the subtitles are not switched when SUBTITLE is pressed, switch them from the menu screen.

Turning the subtitles off

Press SUBTITLE, then press CLEAR.

Switching the audio streams/ channels

For discs on which multiple audio streams/channels are recorded, audio streams/channels can be switched during playback. Also use this procedure to switch the secondary audio for BD-ROMs on which secondary audio is recorded.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

During playback, press AUDIO.

• To switch the secondary audio, press SECONDARY AUDIO .

AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE FL DIMMER

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

• The current audio stream/channel and total number of recorded audio streams/channels are displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel display. When pressed again, the audio stream/channel switches.

Example: Current audio stream/Total number of recorded audio streams

Audio

2/2 Engli s h

Dol b y True HD 9 6 kHz 7.

1c h L C R L s R s L b R b LFE

Audio type Number of channels

Channels recorded on disc

• The audio streams/channels can also be switched using

/

.

• The audio streams/channels can also be switched by selecting

Audio or Secondary Audio from the TOOLS menu.

• Secondary audio mark is displayed for scenes at which secondary audio is recorded.

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Note

• The types of recorded audio streams/channels depend on the disc.

• If the audio stream/channel is not switched when AUDIO is pressed, switch it from the menu screen.

• Some BD-ROMs do not include secondary audio.

• Secondary audio mark is not displayed if Angle/

Secondary Indicator is set to Off (page 42).

Switching the secondary video

Displaying the disc information

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

Press DISPLAY.

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Use the procedure below to switch the secondary video (Picture-in-

Picture) recorded on the BD-ROM.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

During playback, press SECONDARY VIDEO.

CLEAR ENTER

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

• The current secondary video stream and total number of recorded secondary video streams are displayed on the TV screen and on the player’s front panel display. When pressed again, the secondary video stream switches.

Example: Current secondary video stream/Total number of recorded secondary video streams

Secondary Video

1 /4

• The secondary video streams can also be switched using

/

.

• The secondary video streams can also be switched by selecting

Secondary Video from the TOOLS menu.

• Secondary video mark is displayed for scenes at which secondary video is recorded.

Note

• Some BD-ROMs do not include secondary video.

• Secondary video mark is not displayed if Angle/Secondary

Indicator is set to Off (page 42).

The disc information appears on the TV screen. The information switches each time the button is pressed.

The information display differs during playback and when playback is stopped.

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Using the Play Mode functions

Playing from a specific time (Time

Search)

During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play

Mode screen.

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode from the TOOLS menu.

2 Select Time Search.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

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Play Mo d e

Time Search

Title Search

Chapter Search

A-B Repeat

Repeat/Random

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3 Input the time.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the time.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

2 Select the type of search.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

See the table on page 33 for the search types.

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

CLEAR

SECONDARY

AUDIO VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Play Mo d e

Time Search

Title Search

Chapter Search

A-B Repeat

Repeat/Random

3 Input the number.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Time Search

1 2 : 4 5 : 0 0

Search

Note

• To play from 45 minutes, input 0 , 0 , 4 , 5 , 0 and 0 , then press

ENTER .

• To play from 1 hour 20 minutes, input 0 , 1 , 2 , 0 , 0 and 0 , then press ENTER .

• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.

4 Starting playback from the specified time.

Use

/

to select Search , then press ENTER .

To cancel Time Search

Press PLAY MODE or RETURN .

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Note

• There are some discs for which Time Search is not available.

Playing a specific title, chapter or track (Search)

1 Press PLAY MODE to display the Play Mode screen.

Title Search

0 3 2

Title Search

4 Starting playback from the specified title, chapter or track.

Use

/

to select Search , then press ENTER .

To cancel the search

Press PLAY MODE or RETURN.

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode from the TOOLS menu.

Note

• To search for title 32, input 0 , 3 and 2 , then press ENTER .

• There are some discs for which searching is not available.

• Press CLEAR to clear the values you have input.

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Playing a specific section within a title or track repeatedly (A-B

Repeat)

Playing repeatedly (Repeat Play)

Use this procedure to play the currently playing disc, title, chapter, track or file repeatedly.

1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play

Mode screen.

Use this procedure to play a specific section within a title or track repeatedly.

1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play

Mode screen.

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode from the TOOLS menu.

2 Select A-B Repeat.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode from the TOOLS menu.

2 Select Repeat/Random.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

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Play Mo d e

Time Search

Title Search

Chapter Search

A-B Repeat

Repeat/Random

3 Select the starting point for A-B Repeat.

Use

/

to select A (Start) , then press ENTER .

Time Search

Title Search

Chapter Search

A-B Repeat

Repeat/Ran d om

Play Mo d e

RETURN

A-B Repeat A (Start) B (End) Off

3 Select the type of Repeat Play.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

See the table on page 33 for the types of repeat playback.

4 Select the end point for A-B Repeat.

Use

/

to select B (End) , then press ENTER .

A-B Repeat playback starts.

To cancel A-B Repeat play

• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER .

• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR .

Off

Repeat All

Repeat Track

Random Track

Repeat/Random

Note

• A-B Repeat play is canceled in the following cases:

– When the angle is switched (for BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs only).

– When you search outside the repeat range.

– When you start other repeat or random play.

To cancel Repeat Play

• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER .

• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR .

Note

• There are some discs and files for which Repeat Play is not available.

• The type of repeat modes depends on the disc and file being played. See the table on page 33.

• Repeat Play is canceled in the following cases:

– When the angle is switched (for BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs only).

– When you search outside the repeat range.

– When you start other repeat or random play.

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Playing in random order (Random

Play)

Use this procedure to play the tracks or files in random order.

1 During playback, press PLAY MODE to display the Play

Mode screen.

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

The Play Mode screen can also be displayed by selecting Play Mode from the TOOLS menu.

2 Select Repeat/Random.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Play Mo d e

Time Search

Title Search

Chapter Search

A-B Repeat

Repeat/Ran d om

3 Select the Random Play.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Repeat/Random

Off

Repeat All

Repeat Track

Random Track

To cancel Random Play

• Select Off from the Repeat/Random screen, then press ENTER .

• During playback, press  STOP or CLEAR .

Note

• There are some discs and files for which Random Play is not available.

• Random Play is canceled in the following cases:

– When you use the search function.

– When you start repeat play.

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The functions that can be used differ according to the type of disc and file. In some cases, some of the functions cannot be used. Check the usable functions on the table below.

Play Mode type Mark

1

BD-ROM

2

BD-R

BD-RE

DVD-

Video

2

Disc/file type

DVD-R

DVD-RW

(VR format)

AVCHD Music file CD

Playing a specific section within a title or track repeatedly (A-B Repeat)

      

Playing a title repeatedly (Title Repeat)       

Playing a chapter repeatedly (Chapter

Repeat)

Playing a track or file repeatedly (Track

Repeat)

Playing all the titles, tracks or files on the disc repeatedly (All Repeat)

Playing the tracks or files in random order

(Random Track)

 3

 4

Playing from a specific time (Time Search)

Playing a specific title (Title Search)

Playing a specific chapter (Chapter

Search)

Playing a specific track (Track Search)

1. During playback in a Play Mode, the type of Play Mode is indicated by the mark.

2. For BD-ROM and DVD-Video discs, some of the functions cannot be used with some titles.

3. The original titles are played repeatedly. However, the playlist titles cannot be played repeatedly.

4. The files in the folder or HMG Playlist are played repeatedly.

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Playing from the Home

Media Gallery

The Home Media Gallery lets you display a list of the titles, tracks or files recorded on the disc. The discs that can be played from the

Home Media Gallery are as shown below (see also page 8).

• BD-R/-RE discs

• DVDs recorded in VR format

• Music CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs)

• DVDs/CDs on which only data files of music files, etc. are recorded

Playing discs

3 Select the title or track to be played.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

BD-R BDAV

My Favorite TV Program

5

6

3

4

1

2

Morning serial drama

News at noon

Evening movie

Midnight variety show

Playback protection

World heritage

7

8

10 items

Drama: Blank time

Music and us

Title Total : 0 h 54 m 30 s

Recording Date : 11/11/2008

Original

Playback starts.

Closing the Home Media Gallery

Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY (or HOME MENU ).

1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media

Gallery.

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home

Media Gallery from Home Menu then pressing ENTER .

2 Select the disc.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

BD-R BDAV

HMG Playlist

Home Me d ia Gallery

BD PLAYER

Note

• When playing a music CD (CD-DA or DTS-CD), the Now Playing screen is displayed.

• Some BD-R/-RE discs have playback protection. To cancel the protection, input the password set for the disc.

• To play DVD-R/-RW (VR format) playlists, switch to the playlist using the Original/Play List command on the TOOLS menu

(page 23).

Playing music files

1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media

Gallery.

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home

Media Gallery from Home Menu then pressing ENTER .

2 Select the disc.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.

ENTER

RETURN

CD-ROM

HMG Playlist

Home Me d ia Gallery

BD PLAYER

Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.

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3 Select Music.

Press ENTER .

Music

CD-ROM

Playback starts. The Now Playing screen (shown below) is displayed.

Currently playing file

Elapsed time

Play 0.02.33

Mu s i c 00 1 .mp3

DATA DI S C

0.05.34

Total file playing time

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View available music.

4 Select Folders or All Songs.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

• Folders – The files in the selected folder are displayed.

• All Songs – All the recorded files are displayed.

Music

CD-ROM

Fol d ers

All Songs

If you have selected All Songs , proceed to step 6.

5 Select the folder containing the file you want to play.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

15 items

Mu s i c Folder00 1

Mu s i c Folder002

Mu s i c Folder003

Mu s i c Folder004

Mu s i c 005.mp3

Mu s i c 00 6 .mp3

Mu s i c 007.mp3

Mu s i c 00 8 .mp3

Folder s

CD-ROM/Mu s i c

A list of the files and/or the sub-folders in the selected folder is displayed.

6 Select and set the file you want to play.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

20 items

Music Fol d er001

CD-ROM/Music/Fol d ers

Music001.mp3

Music002.mp3

Music003.mp3

Music004.mp3

Music005.mp3

Music006.mp3

Music007.mp3

Music008.mp3

Playing in the desired order (HMG

Playlist)

The discs that can add tracks and files to the HMG (Home Media

Gallery) Playlist are as shown below.

• Music CDs (CD-DAs and DTS-CDs)

• DVDs/CDs on which music files are recorded

Adding tracks/files

Use this procedure to add tracks and files, and create the HMG

Playlist.

1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media

Gallery.

SECONDARY

AUDIO VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS TOP MENU

The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home

Media Gallery from Home Menu pressing ENTER .

2 Select the disc.

Load the disc beforehand.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

CD-ROM

HMG Playlist

Home Me d ia Gallery

BD PLAYER

Search for the part you want to play from a list of the disc's content.

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3 Select the track/file to be added.

Use

/

to select.

Folder s

CD-ROM/Mu s i c

15 items

Mu s i c 00 1 .mp3

Mu s i c 002.mp3

Mu s i c 003.mp3

Mu s i c 004.mp3

Mu s i c 005.mp3

Mu s i c 00 6 .mp3

Mu s i c 007.mp3

Mu s i c 00 8 .mp3

The Home Media Gallery can also be displayed by selecting Home

Media Gallery from Home Menu pressing ENTER .

2 Select HMG Playlist.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

CD-ROM

HMG Playlist

Home Me d ia Gallery

BD PLAYER

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4 Press TOOLS to display the TOOLS menu.

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

5 Select Add to HMG Playlist.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Folder s

CD-ROM/Mu s i c

TOOL S

15Items

Mu s i c 00 1 .mp3

Mu s i c 002.mp3

Mu s i c 003.mp3

Mu s i c 004.mp3

Mu s i c 005.mp3

Mu s i c 00 6 .mp3

Mu s i c 007.mp3

Mu s i c 00 8 .mp3

Play from Beginning

Add to HM G Playli s t

Now Playing

The track or file selected in step 3 is added to the HMG Playlist.

To add more tracks or files, repeat steps 3 to 5.

To add the currently playing track/file to the HMG Playlist

While the track/file is playing, press the TOOLS menu.

TOOLS to display

Use

/

to select Add to HMG Playlist, then press ENTER.

Note

• A maximum of 24 tracks/files can be added to the HMG Playlist.

• The HMG Playlist is cleared in the following cases:

– When the power is turned off.

– When the disc tray is opened.

Playing the HMG Playlist

1 Press HOME MEDIA GALLERY to display the Home Media

Gallery.

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Display the HMG Playlist.

3 Select the track/file to be played.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

HM G Playli s t

CD-ROM

6

7

8

3

4

1

2

5

21 items

Tra c k 1 5.mp3

Tra c k07.mp3

Tra c k03.mp3

Tra c k 16 .mp3

Tra c k0 8 .mp3

Tra c k05.mp3

Tra c k 1 0.mp3

Tra c k03.mp3

Playback starts. The Now Playing screen (shown below) is displayed.

Currently playing track/file

Elapsed time

Play 0.02.33

Mu s i c 00 1 .mp3

DATA DI S C

0.05.34

HM G

Total track/file playing time

Press  STOP to stop playback. When a music CD is stopped, the

Now Playing screen turns off. When a music file is stopped, the

HMG Playlist screen reappears.

Deleting tracks/files from the HMG Playlist

Select the track/file to be deleted, then press display the TOOLS menu.

TOOLS to

Use

/

to select Delete from HMG Playlist, then press

ENTER.

Chapter 5

Adjusting audio and video

Adjusting the video

The quality of the playback picture can be adjusted according to the

TV you are using.

1 During playback, press VIDEO ADJUST to display the Video

Adjust screen.

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

VIDEO ADJUST

2 Select the item to be adjusted.

Use

/

to select.

Video Adju s t [ Memory 1 ]

Prog. Motion

Pure Cinema

Motion

Auto1

YNR

CNR

Off

Off

Still

Max

Max

BNR

MNR

Off

Off

Max

Max

1/2 Page

Use [ ][ ] to adjust the picture to progressive scan.

The Video Adjust screen can also be displayed by selecting Video

Adjust from the TOOLS menu.

2 Select a preset.

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Select using

/

according to the TV being used.

Vi d eo A d just

PDP

Adjustments

• LCD – Select this when connected to a liquid crystal display TV.

• PDP – Select this when connected to a plasma TV of another brand.

• Pioneer PDP – Select this when connected to a Pioneer plasma

TV.

• Projector – Select this when connected to a front projector.

• Professional – With this setting, video signal processing is restrained. Select this when connected to a professional monitor.

• Memory1 to 3 – Picture quality settings with adjusted parameters can be stored in the memory. For a description of the parameters, see When Memory1, 2 or 3 is selected below.

When Memory1, 2 or 3 is selected

1 Select Adjustments.

Use

to select Adjustments , then press ENTER .

A detailed settings screen appears.

3 Adjust the picture quality.

When

/

are pressed, the adjustments can be made watching the picture. The detailed settings screen reappears when ENTER is pressed.

Prog. Motion Motion Still

• Prog.Motion

– Adjust according to the type of image (movie or still image). This is effective when outputting video materials as progressive images.

• Pure Cinema – This setting optimizes the operation of the progressive scanning circuit for playing film materials. Normally set it to Auto1 . If the picture seems unnatural, switch this to

Auto 2 , On or Off (page 38).

• YNR – Reduces noise in the luminance (Y) signal.

• CNR – Reduces noise in the chroma (C) signal.

• BNR – Reduces the block noise (block-shaped distortion generated upon MPEG compression).

• MNR – Reduces the mosquito noise (distortion along the contours of the picture generated upon MPEG compression).

• Detail – Emphasizes the picture’s contours.

• White Level – Adjusts the level of the white portions.

• Black Level – Adjusts the level of the black portions.

• Black Setup – Select the black level as the setup level. Normally select 7.5 IRE . If the black level is too bright due to the combination with the connected monitor, select 0 IRE .

• Gamma Correction – Adjusts how the dark portions of the picture look.

• Hue – Adjusts the balance between green and red.

• Chroma Level – Adjusts the density of the colors.

Note

• Prog.Motion

and Pure Cinema have the effect only for pictures recorded in the interlaced scan format (480i or 1080i signals).

• Prog.Motion

is disabled when Pure Cinema is set to On .

• Black Setup have the effect only for pictures output from the

VIDEO and S-VIDEO output terminals.

• YNR , CNR , BNR and MNR are disabled when 1080/24p signals are output from the HDMI OUT terminal.

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Closing the Video Adjust screen

Press HOME MENU .

About Pure Cinema

There are two types of video signals:

• Video material – Video signals recorded at 30 frames/second

• Film material – Video signals recorded at 24 frames/second

“Pure Cinema” uses signal processing suited for “film material” when converting 480i or 1080i interlaced video signals into progressive video signals, resulting in clear picture reproduction without losing the quality of the material.

is displayed on the disc information screen when playing the

“film material” pictures of DVD-Video discs (page 29).

Adjusting the Audio DRC

Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) has the effect of playing loud sounds softly and soft sounds loudly. Adjust the setting for example when watching movies late at night and the dialogs are difficult to hear.

1 During playback, display the TOOLS menu.

Press TOOLS .

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Closing the Audio DRC screen

Press ENTER or HOME MENU .

Note

• This only affects the Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby

Digital audio signals of BDs and DVDs.

• When Auto is selected, the setting has the same effect as High or Off for Dolby TrueHD signals, depending on the content. For

Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Digital, the setting has the same effect as Off .

• Audio DRC affects the audio signals output from the following audio output terminals:

– Analog audio signals output from the AUDIO OUT (2 ch) or

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.

– Linear PCM audio signals output from the DIGITAL OUT terminals or HDMI OUT terminal.

• The effect may be weak for some discs.

ENTER

2 Select and set Audio DRC.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

BD PLAYER

TOOLS

3 Adjust the setting.

Au d io

Subtitle

Au d io DRC

Vi d eo A d just

Output Vi d eo Resolution

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

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Use

/

to switch between Off , Low , Medium , High and Auto .

Au d io DRC

Off

Adjust the audio dynamic range. This setting is ineffective depending on the playing audio.

Chapter 6

Advanced settings

Changing the settings

(Initial Setup)

Operating the Initial Setup screen

1 When playback is stopped, display the Home Menu screen.

Press HOME MENU .

ENTER

RETURN

PLAY

2 Select and set Initial Setup.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

HOME MENU

BD PLAYER

Home Me d ia Gallery

Initial Setup

RETURN

Set up the player for use.

3 Select the item and change the setting.

Use

/

/

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Closing the Initial Setup screen

Press HOME MENU .

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Note

• Items that cannot be changed are indicated in gray. The items that can be selected depend on the player’s status.

• The factory default settings are indicated in bold.

Setting

TV Aspect Ratio

4:3 Video Out

Options

16:9 (Widescreen)

4:3 (Standard)

Full

Normal

Explanation

Select this when connected to a wide (16:9) TV.

Select this when connected to a conventional TV.

4:3 pictures are displayed over the entire screen.

4:3 pictures are displayed with black bands along the sides. Select this when you cannot switch the aspect ratio to 4:3 on the TV.

DVD 16:9 Video Out Letter Box 16:9 pictures are displayed with black bands at the top and bottom when watching on a 4:3 screen.

Still Picture

Dolby Digital Out

* Only valid for digital audio outputs.

DTS Out

* Only valid for digital audio outputs.

AAC Out

* Only valid for digital audio outputs.

DTS Downmix

Audio Output Mode

* Only valid for analog audio outputs.

Speaker Setup

* Only valid for analog audio outputs.

Channel Level

* Only valid for analog audio outputs.

Pan & Scan

Field

Frame

Auto

Dolby Digital 1

Dolby Digital 2

Dolby Digital

DTS 1

PCM

The picture is displayed over the entire screen, with the left and right sides of the 16:9 picture cut off. Select this to watch 4:3 pictures over the entire screen.

This eliminates instability of the picture when playback is paused.

This makes pictures clear when playback is paused, but instability may be observed.

Field and Frame is selected automatically according to the disc being played.

Dolby Digital audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the secondary audio and interactive audio are mixed for output.

Dolby Digital audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the signals are output without mixing the secondary audio and interactive audio signals.

Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with Dolby

Digital audio signals. The Dolby Digital audio signals are converted into linear PCM audio signals for output.

DTS Digital Surround audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the secondary audio and interactive audio are mixed for output.

DTS 2 DTS Digital Surround audio signals are output. With BD-ROMs, the signals are output without mixing the secondary audio and interactive audio signals.

DTS

AAC

AAC

PCM

PCM

Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with DTS

Digital Surround audio signals. The DTS Digital Surround audio signals are converted into linear PCM audio signals for output.

Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is compatible with AAC audio signals. The AAC audio signals are output.

Select this when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is not compatible with AAC audio signals. The AAC audio signals are converted into linear PCM audio signals for output.

Stereo

Lt/Rt

DTS-HD Master Audio signals, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals or DTS Digital

Surround audio signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are converted into 2-channel

(stereo) signals for output.

DTS-HD Master Audio signals, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio signals or DTS Digital

Surround audio signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are converted into 2-channel signals compatible with Dolby Surround for output (when the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is compatible with Dolby Pro Logic, the AV receiver or amplifier outputs the linear PCM audio signals as surround audio signals).

2 Channel Select this when the TV’s analog 2-channel (stereo) audio input terminals are connected to the player’s AUDIO OUT (2 ch) terminals.

Multi-channel Select this when the multi-channel audio input terminals of an AV receiver or amplifier, etc., are connected to the player’s AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals.

When an AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is connected to the player’s AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals, this sets whether or not to use the speakers which are connected to the AV receiver or amplifier, as well as the size of the speakers. For details, see Changing the speaker setup on page 43.

Fix

Variable

The output for the various speakers is set to the maximum.

The output level of the various speakers is set within the range of –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB (in 0.5 dB steps) (page 44).

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Setting Options

HDMI High-Speed Transmission On

Explanation

Select this when connected with a High Speed HDMI™ cable (page 15).

Off Select this when connected with a Standard HDMI™ cable (page 15).

The player’s setting screen is closed if the output video resolution is switched by changing the HDMI High-Speed Transmission setting.

HDMI Color Space Auto

YCbCr 4:4:4

The video signal that is output (YCbCr or RGB) is switched automatically.

Select this to output the video signals as YCbCr 4:4:4 signals.

YCbCr 4:2:2

RGB (16 to 235)

RGB (0 to 255)

Select this to output the video signals as YCbCr 4:2:2 signals.

Select this to output the video signals as RGB signals. Choose this if the colors seem too dense and all the dark colors are displayed in a uniform black when RGB (0 – 255) is selected.

Select this to output the video signals as RGB signals. Choose this if the colors seem too faint and the black seems too bright when RGB (16 – 235) is selected.

Normally it is recommended to set this to Auto . When set to Auto , the optimum video signals for your TV are output.

HDMI Audio Out Auto The signals are output with as many audio channels as possible. In cases when the number of channels does not decrease when the signals are output as such without converting them to linear PCM, they are output as such (page 50).

PCM Select this when you want the secondary audio and interactive audio signals to be mixed for output or when you want to output prioritizing sampling frequency over the number of channels (page 50).

PQLS

HDMI Control

Auto

Off

On

Enables PQLS function (page 15).

Disables PQLS function (page 15).

Select this to control the player with the remote control of the AV device connected using an HDMI cable. Also refer to About HDMI Control function on page 15.

Off Select this when you do not want to control the player with the remote control of the AV device connected using an HDMI cable.

Select this to set the language of the on-screen displays to English.

Choose a language for the on-screen displays from the listed languages.

OSD Language English available languages

Audio Language

* For some discs, it may not be possible to change to the selected language.

English available languages

Other

Subtitle Language

* For some discs, it may not be possible to change to the selected language.

English available languages

Other

Select this to set both the BD-ROM and DVD-Video default audio language to English.

Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default audio language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback.

Continue to the next screen to set the default audio language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 56 for the code table). If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.

Select this to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback to

English.

Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default subtitle language for BD-

ROM and DVD-Video playback.

Continue to the next screen to set the default subtitle language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video playback. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 56 for the code table). If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.

BDMV/DVD-Video Menu Lang.

* For some discs, it may not be possible to change to the selected language.

w/Subtitle Language Sets the language of BD-ROM and DVD-VIdeo menus to the same as that set for the subtitle language.

available languages Choose a language from the listed languages to set the default language for BD-ROM and

DVD-Video menus.

Other Continue to the next screen to set the default menu language for BD-ROM and DVD-Video menus. You can select the language name or enter the code number (see on page 56 for the code table). If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.

Subtitle Display On

Off

Select this to display the subtitles.

Select this if you do not want to display the subtitles. Note that on some discs the subtitles are displayed by force.

Set Password (Change Password) Register (change) the password for parental lock settings or for unlocking to play DVD-Video with parental lock feature. For details, see Registering or Changing the password on page 44.

DVD-Video Parental Lock

BDMV Parental Lock

Country Code

Change the player’s parental lock level. For details, see

Change the restricted age. For details, see

Change the Country/Area code. Refer to the

Changing the Parental Lock level for watching DVDs

Changing the Age Restriction for watching BD-ROMs

Changing the Country/Area code on page 47.

on page 46.

on page 45.

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Output Terminal Priority

On Screen Display

Angle/Secondary Indicator

Hybrid Disc Playback

BDMV/BDAV Playback Priority

Auto Power Off

Setup Navigator

Options Explanation

Select the terminals for outputting video and audio signals with priority. For details, see Changing the terminals for outputting video and audio signals (Output Terminal Priority) on page 48.

On

Off

Select this to display the operation indicators (Play, Stop, etc.) on the TV screen.

On

Off

Select this if you do not want to display the operation indicators (Play, Stop, etc.) on the TV screen.

Select this to display the angle mark, secondary video mark and secondary audio mark on the TV screen (pages 28 and 29).

Select this if you do not want to display the angle mark, secondary video mark and secondary audio mark on the TV screen.

BD

DVD

CD

BDMV

The BD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and DVD or CD) is played.

The DVD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and DVD) is played. If there is no

DVD layer, the BD layer is played.

The CD layer of hybrid discs with two or more layers (BD and CD) is played. If there is no CD layer, the BD layer is played.

Select this to play the BDMV format on BD-R/RE discs containing both BDMV and BDAV formats.

BDAV

On

Select this to play the BDAV format on BD-R/RE discs containing both BDMV and BDAV formats.

Select this to turn the power off automatically (the power turns off automatically if no operation is performed for over 30 minutes).

Off Select this if you do not want the power to turn off automatically.

Start making the settings using the Setup Navigator menu. For details, see Making settings using the Setup Navigator menu on page 20.

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Changing to other language at language setting

1 Select and set Speakers.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

Note

• Refer to Language Code Table on page 56.

• If a language not recorded on the BD/DVD is set, one of the recorded languages is automatically selected and played.

1 Select and set Other.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Audio Output Mode

Speaker Setup

Channel Level

Multi-channel

Fix

2 Select and set Speaker Setup

Next Screen.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

2 Change the language.

Use

/

to change, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

To change the language using numbers

1 Use

/

to select Number.

2 Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press ENTER.

Changing the speaker setup

Caution

• This cannot be selected when Audio Output Mode is set to 2

Channel . Change the setting to Multi-channel (page 40).

3 Select the speaker and change the setting.

Use

/

to select, then use

/

to change the setting.

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Set whether or not to use the speakers which are connected to the

AV receiver or amplifier, as well as the size of the speakers. This setting is only valid for analog audio outputs.

L/R

C

S L/ S R

S BL/ S BR

Large

Ye s

Ye s

Ye s

S peaker S etup

BD PLAYER

Note

• Select Initial Setup from the Home Menu, then press ENTER .

Use [ ][ ] to select a speaker, then press [ ][ ] to select speaker option.

• L/R (front left and right speakers): Small / Large (this setting also applies to the C, SL/SR and SBL/SBR speakers).

• C (center speaker): Yes / No

• SL/SR (left and right surround speakers): Yes / No

• SBL/SBR (left and right surround back speakers): Yes / No

Closing the speaker settings screen

Press ENTER .

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Adjusting the output level of the various speakers (Channel Level)

• Auto – Switch the speaker to be adjusted automatically.

• Manual – Switch the speaker to be adjusted manually.

Adjust each output level of the different speakers by using test tones.

1 Select and set Speakers.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

Multi-channel

Fix

Caution

• Test tones are output. Lower the volume of the device connected to the player.

4 Adjust the output level.

Use

/

to select,

/

to adjust.

Channel Level

BD PLAYER

L

C

R

S R

0.0 dB

0.0 dB

0.0 dB

0.0 dB

S BR

S BL

0.0 dB

0.0 dB

S L

S W

0.0 dB

0.0 dB

Use [ ][ ] to select a speaker, then press [ ][ ] to adjust the channel level and then press ENTER.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Audio Output Mode

Speaker Setup

Channel Level

2 Select and set Channel Level, then Fix or Variable.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

• Fix – The output level of all the speakers is set to the maximum.

• Variable – The output level of all the speakers is set 6.0 dB lower than when Fix is selected. From this point, the output levels of the L , C , R , SL , SR , SBL , SBR and SW speakers can be adjusted within the range of –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB.

• If you have selected Variable , proceed to step 3.

Caution

• This cannot be selected when Audio Output Mode is set to 2

Channel . Change the setting to Multi-channel (page 40).

3 Select and set the method for switching the speaker to be adjusted.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

Note

• When Auto is selected, the speaker cannot be selected with

/

.

Closing the Channel Level screen

Press ENTER .

Registering or Changing the password

Use this procedure to register or change the code number required for the Parental Lock settings.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

1 Select and set Parental Lock.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

ENTER

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Speaker Setup

BD PLAYER

Test Tone Switching

Select whether test tone output is switched automatically or manually.

Auto Manual

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

DVD-Video Parental Lock

BDMV Parental Lock

Country Code

Off

255 us

2 Select and set Set Password

Next Screen.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

3 Input the password.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Changing the Age Restriction for watching BD-ROMs

CLEAR ENTER

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

For BD-ROMs containing scenes of violence, for example, watching can be restricted by setting an age restriction for the BD-ROMs.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

1 Select and set Parental Lock.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

ENTER RETURN

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

Enter new password

4 Re-input the password.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

Enter new password

Re-enter

To change the code number

Input the previously registered password, then input the new password.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

DVD-Video Parental Lock

BDMV Parental Lock

Country Code

Off

255 us

2 Select and set BDMV Parental Lock

Next Screen.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

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• We recommend making a note of the password.

• If you forget the password, reset the player to the factory default setting, then register the password again (page 49).

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3 Input the password.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Changing the Parental Lock level for watching DVDs

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Some DVD-Video discs containing scenes of violence, for example, have Parental Lock levels (check the indications on the disc’s jacket or elsewhere). To restrict watching these discs, set the player’s level to the level lower than the discs.

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

1 Select and set Parental Lock.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

ENTER

ENTER

RETURN

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

BDMV Parental Lock

Enter the password

4 Change the age.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

BDMV Parental Lock

Age Restriction

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

DVD-Video Parental Lock

BDMV Parental Lock

Country Code

Off

255 us

2 Select and set DVD-Video Parental Lock

Next Screen.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Note

• When Age Restriction is set to 255 , watching is not restricted.

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3 Input the password.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Changing the Country/Area code

BD

DVD

AVCHD

CD

Music files

CLEAR

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

ENTER

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

Note

• Refer to Country/Area Code Table on page 56.

1 Select and set Parental Lock.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

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ENTER

RETURN ENTER

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

DVD-Video Parental Lock

Enter the password

4 Change the level.

Use

/

to change, then press ENTER to set.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

DVD-Video Parental Lock

Level Off

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

Set Password

DVD-Video Parental Lock

BDMV Parental Lock

Country Code

2 Select and set Country/Area Code.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

Off

255 us

Note

• The level can be set to Off or between Level1 and Level8 . When set to Off , watching is not restricted.

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3 Input the password.

Use the number buttons (0 to 9) or

/

to input the number, then press ENTER to set.

Use

/

to move the cursor.

Changing the terminals for outputting video and audio signals (Output Terminal Priority)

Set the video and audio terminals to be used.

1 Select and set Options.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

TOP MENU TOOLS

CLEAR ENTER

VIDEO

VIDEO SELECT PLAY MODE

TOP MENU

DISPLAY POPUP MENU

MENU

TOOLS

ENTER

RETURN

ENTER

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Country Code

Enter the password

4 Change the country/area code.

Use

/

to change, then press ENTER to set.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Country Code

Code

Number

To change the country/area code using numbers

1 Use

/

to select Number.

2 Use the number buttons (0 to 9) to input the number, then press ENTER.

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial S etup

BD PLAYER

Output Terminal Priority

On Screen Display

Angle/Secondary Indicator

Hybrid Disc Playback

BDMV/BDAV Playback Priority

Auto Power Off

On

On

BD

BDAV

On

2 Select and set Output Terminal Priority

Next Screen.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

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3 Select the terminal for outputting video signals.

Use

/

to select, then press

.

When a digital output is selected for the video output terminal,

Video is fixed at HDMI and cannot be changed.

When an analog output is selected for the video output terminal,

Component Video or S-Video/Video can be selected for Video .

TOP MENU

ENTER

TOOLS

RETURN

Video Out

Audio Out

Speakers

HDMI

Language

Parental Lock

Options

Setup Navigator

Initial Setup

BD PLAYER

Output Terminal Priority

Video S-Vi d eo/Vi d eo

Audio Analog Audio

• HDMI – HDMI OUT terminal

• Component Video – COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals

• S-Video/Video – S-VIDEO output terminal or VIDEO output terminal

The video and audio signals output from the set output terminals are output synchronously (lip synchronization).

Caution

• If the output terminal you want to select at Video is not displayed, use the VIDEO SELECT button to switch between digital and analog output (page 24).

4 Select the terminal for outputting audio signals.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

• HDMI – HDMI OUT terminal

• Digital Audio – DIGITAL OUT terminal ( COAXIAL / OPTICAL )

• Analog Audio – AUDIO OUT (2 ch) terminals or AUDIO OUT

(7.1 ch) terminals

The optimum audio signals for the audio format and the player’s settings are output from the output terminal(s) set here.

Caution

• Linear PCM (2-channel) audio signals are output from the audio terminals other than the one set at Audio , regardless of the audio format and the player’s settings.

Restoring all the settings to the factory default settings

1 Check that the player’s power is turned on.

2 When a disc is playing, press  to stop playback.

Eject the disc from the player.

3 While pressing  , press  STANDBY/ON.

Operate using the buttons on the player’s front panel.

Note

• After restoring all the settings to the factory default settings, use

Setup Navigator to reset the player (page 20).

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About the audio output settings

The audio signals that are output differ according to the audio format recorded on the disc and the player’s settings. Check on the table below.

AUDIO OUT terminal DIGITAL OUT terminal

HDMI OUT terminal

1

Audio format

2ch

2

Multi-channel

2

Converted to linear PCM audio

3

Not converted to linear PCM audio

4,5

PCM

6

Auto

6,7,8

BD-ROM Dolby Digital

Dolby Digital Plus

5.1-channel audio

Dolby Digital

5.1-channel audio Dolby Digital

Dolby Digital Plus

Dolby TrueHD

7.1-channel audio

9

7.1-channel audio

9,10

DTS Digital

Surround

DTS-HD High

Resolution Audio

DTS-HD Master

Audio

Converted to 2channel audio

5.1-channel audio

5.1-channel audio

12

Converted to 2channel audio DTS Digital

Surround

5.1-channel audio

5.1-channel audio

12

Dolby TrueHD

11

DTS Digital

Surround

DTS-HD High

Resolution Audio

DTS-HD Master

Audio

13

Linear PCM

7.1-channel audio

9

Converted to 2channel audio

7.1-channel audio

9,10

7.1-channel audio

BD-R/RE Dolby Digital Dolby Digital Dolby Digital

MPEG-2 AAC

MPEG

Converted to 2channel audio

5.1-channel audio

Converted to 2channel audio

MPEG-2 AAC

5.1-channel audio

MPEG-2 AAC

2-channel audio

DVD-

Video

Linear PCM

Dolby Digital

DTS Digital

Surround

Converted to 2channel audio

5.1-channel audio

Converted to 2channel audio

Dolby Digital

DTS Digital

Surround

5.1-channel audio

Dolby Digital

DTS Digital

Surround

MPEG

Linear PCM

DVD (VR format)

Dolby Digital

MPEG

Linear PCM

Converted to 2channel audio

5.1channel audio

2-channel audio

Converted to 2channel audio

Dolby Digital

2-channel audio

5.1-channel audio Dolby Digital

1. When outputting linear PCM audio signals, if the number of compatible channels of the connected HDMI device is lower, the signals are output with the number of channels for which the device is compatible.

2. When Audio Output Mode is set to 2 Channel or Multi-channel (page 40).

3. When Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital

PCM , DTS Out is set to DTS

PCM , or AAC Out is set to AAC

PCM (page 40).

4. When Dolby Digital Out is set to Dolby Digital 1 / Dolby Digital 2 , DTS Out is set to DTS 1 / DTS 2 or AAC Out is set to AAC (page 40).

5. When outputting Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround bitstream with settings of Dolby Digital 2 at Dolby Digital Out , DTS 2 at DTS Out , the secondary audio and interactive audio signals are not mixed for output.

6. When HDMI Audio Out is set to PCM or Auto (page 41).

7. When outputting the bitstream of Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio or DTS Digital Surround, the secondary audio and interactive audio signals are not mixed.

8. If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby TrueHD or Dolby Digital Plus bitstream, the signals are output in Dolby Digital bitstream.

If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with DTS-HD Master Audio or DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, the signals are output in DTS Digital Surround bitstream.

If the connected HDMI device is not compatible with Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround bitstream, the signals are output in linear PCM.

9. Only compatible with 7.1-channel surround back. 6.1-channel surround back is output in 7.1 channels. In other cases, output as audio signals of 5.1-channels or less.

10. When the output video resolution is set to 480i or 480p, the signals may be output in 2 channel, depending on HDMI High-Speed Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 15).

11. When the output video resolution is set to 480i or 480p, the signals may be output in Dolby Digital bitstream, depending on HDMI High-Speed Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 15).

12. DTS Digital Surround signals converted to linear PCM audio signals are output.

13. When the output video resolution is set to 480i or 480p, the signals may be output in DTS Digital Surround bitstream, depending on HDMI High-Speed Transmission setting and/or the connected HDMI device (page 15).

Caution

• Linear PCM audio signals (2 channels) are output from all terminals other than the ones selected at Audio under Output Terminal

Priority , regardless of the audio format or the player’s settings (pages 20 and 48).

• The audio signals output from the DIGITAL OUT terminals have a sampling frequency of 48 kHz (44.1 kHz for CDs).

• MPEG audio is output in linear PCM.

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Chapter 7

Additional information

Troubleshooting

Incorrect operation is often mistaken for trouble or malfunction. If you think that there is something wrong with this component, check the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Inspect the other components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified after checking the items below, please contact customer services. In the US, call Toll Free (800) 421-1404.

(Telephone lines are open Monday through Friday 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Pacific Time).) In Canada, call Local (905) 479-4411, or Long distance

+1(877) 283-5901. (Telephone lines are open Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM (EST).)

Playback

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Problem

Disc does not play.

Disc tray opens automatically.

Check

Is the disc scratched?

Is the disc dirty?

Is the disc properly set in the disc tray?

Remedy

It may not be possible to play scratched discs.

Clean the disc (page 59).

• Set the disc with the printed side facing up.

• Set the disc properly in the depression in the disc tray.

Picture freezes and the front panel and remote control buttons stop working.

Is the region number correct?

Is the player set in a humid place?

The region numbers of discs that can be played on this set are as shown below (page 10).

• BDs: “A” (or including “A”) and “ALL”

• DVDs: “1” (or including “1”) and “ALL”

There could be condensation inside. Wait for the condensation to dissipate. Do not set the player near an air-conditioner, etc.

(page 58).

• Press  STOP to stop playback, then restart playback.

• If the playback cannot be stopped, press  STANDBY/ON on the player’s front panel to turn off the power, then turn the power back on.

• If the power cannot be turned off, press and hold

 STANDBY/ON on the player’s front panel for over 5 seconds. The power will turn off.

Insert the cable firmly and all the way in.

No picture is displayed or the picture is not displayed properly.

Picture is stretched.

Aspect ratio cannot be switched.

Sound and picture are not synchronized.

Is the video cable properly connected?

Is the video cable damaged?

Is the input setting on the connected TV or AV receiver or amplifier right?

Are the terminals for outputting video signals properly set?

Is the output video resolution properly set?

Depending on the player’s output video resolution, the picture may not be displayed at all or displayed properly. Use OUTPUT

RESOLUTION to switch to a resolution at which the picture is displayed properly (page 25).

Is the player connected with an HDMI cable other than a High

Speed HDMI™ cable (with a Standard HDMI™ cable)?

Press  while pressing  on the player’s front panel to restore the video outputs to the factory default settings. After use

Setup Navigator to reset the player.

There are some BDs for which the picture will only be output when connected by HDMI cable.

Is the TV’s aspect ratio properly set?

Is

Is

4:3 Video Out properly set?

Output Terminal Priority properly set?

If the cable is damaged, replace it with a new one.

Read the operating instructions of the connected components and switch to the proper input.

Press VIDEO SELECT to switch the terminal from which the video signals are output.

Read the TV’s operating instructions and set the TV’s aspect ratio properly.

• Set 4:3 Video Out properly (page 40).

• When video signals with a resolution of 1080/60i, 1080/60p,

1080/24p or 720/60p are being output from the HDMI OUT terminal or the COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals, they may be output in the 16:9 (Widescreen) mode even if TV

Aspect Ratio is set to 4:3 (Standard) (page 25).

Set Output Terminal Priority properly (pages 20 and 48).

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Picture is disturbed during playback.

Picture is dark.

No picture is displayed or picture is not output in high definition when playing BDs.

No sound is output.

Sound is disturbed.

Check Remedy

• This player supports Macrovision analog copy protection technology. With some TVs (such as with built-in video deck), the picture will not be displayed properly when the copy protected DVD title is played. This is not a malfunction.

• If the player and TV are connected via a DVD recorder/video deck, etc., the picture will not be displayed properly due to analog copy protection. Connect the player and TV directly.

With some content protected discs, it may not be possible to output the video signals from the VIDEO output terminals, the

S-VIDEO output terminal or the COMPONENT VIDEO output terminals. In this case, connect using an HDMI cable

(page 14).

No sound is output during slow motion play and forward and reverse scanning.

Is the disc played back in slow motion?

Is the disc played back in fast forward or fast reverse?

Is the disc scratched?

Is the disc dirty?

The sound may not be output if the disc is scratched.

Clean the disc (page 59).

Is the player properly connected to the other components (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.)?

• Check that you connect the player to the audio output terminals of a different component, etc.

• Check that you connect the player to the PHONO input terminals of the AV receiver or amplifier, etc.

Multi-channel sound is not output.

Are the connected components (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) properly set?

Read the operating instructions of the connected components and check the volume, input, speaker settings, etc.

Are the audio cables properly connected?

Insert the cables firmly and all the way in.

Is the audio cable damaged?

Is Audio Output Mode properly set?

Are the speakers properly set?

If the cable is damaged, replace it with a new one.

If Audio Output Mode is set to Multi-channel , the audio signals may not be output properly from the AUDIO OUT (2 ch) terminals (page 40). Set Audio Output Mode to 2

Channel .

Set Speaker Setup properly (page 40).

For some BDs, audio signals are only output from the optical digital audio output terminal, the coaxial digital audio output terminal or the HDMI output terminal.

Is the AV receiver or amplifier, etc. connected to the HDMI

OUT terminal, the AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals or DIGITAL

OUT ( COAXIAL / OPTICAL ) terminal?

Read the operating instructions of the connected AV receiver or amplifier and check the audio output settings of AV receiver or amplifier.

Is Output Terminal Priority properly set?

Linear PCM (2-channel) audio signals are output from output terminals other than the one set at Audio under Output

Terminal Priority . Set Output Terminal Priority properly

(page 48).

Is the audio output of the connected AV receiver or amplifier, etc., properly set?

Read the operating instructions of the connected AV receiver or amplifier and check the audio output settings of AV receiver or amplifier.

Is multi-channel sound selected?

Use the menu screen or AUDIO to switch the disc’s sound to multi-channel.

Is Audio Out set to audio formats supported by the connected

AV receiver or amplifier?

• Read the operating instructions of the connected AV receiver or amplifier and check the supported audio formats.

• Set Audio Out properly (page 40).

Are Audio Output Mode and Speaker Setup properly set?

• When the AV receiver or amplifier, etc., is connected to the

AUDIO OUT (7.1 ch) terminals, set Audio Output Mode to

Multi-channel (page 40).

• Set Speaker Setup properly (page 40).

Digital audio signals are not output from the DIGITAL

OUT output ( COAXIAL /

DIGITAL ) terminals (analog audio signals are output).

Is Audio Out set to audio formats supported by the connected

AV receiver or amplifier?

• Read the operating instructions of the connected AV receiver or amplifier and check the supported audio formats.

• Set Audio Out properly (page 40).

Noise can be heard when outputting DTS Digital

Surround signals.

Is the connected AV receiver or amplifier compatible with DTS

Digital Surround?

If an AV receiver or amplifier that is not compatible with DTS

Digital Surround is connected to the DIGITAL OUT terminal, set DTS Out to DTS  PCM . Noise will be heard if DTS Out is set to DTS (page 40).

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Problem

192 kHz or 96 kHz digital audio signals cannot be output from the DIGITAL

OUT ( COAXIAL / OPTICAL ) terminals.

Secondary audio or interactive audio is not output.

Check Remedy

It is not possible to output 192 kHz or 96 kHz digital audio signals from this player’s DIGITAL OUT ( COAXIAL / OPTICAL ) terminals. The signals are automatically converted to under 96 kHz for output.

Sound is fast or slow.

Files recorded on discs cannot be played.

A message indicating low memory (local storage) appears while playing a BD-

ROM disc.

Is HDMI Audio Out

Are

properly set?

Dolby Digital Out and DTS Out properly set?

Set HDMI Audio Out to PCM (page 41).

Set Dolby Digital Out to Dolby Digital 1 , DTS Out to DTS 1

(page 40).

When an HDMI cable is connected, are audio signals being output from devices connected with cables other than HDMI cables?

Is the disc one that is playable on this player?

When this player is connected by HDMI cable to a Pioneer AV receiver or amplifier compatible with the PQLS function via

HDMI connection, the PQLS function is activated when playing a music CD (CD-DA). Because of this, the sound output from components other than the ones connected by HDMI cable may be fast or slow. If this happens, set PQLS to Off (page 41).

Check whether the disc is one that can be played on this player

(page 8).

Is the file one that is playable on this player?

• Check whether the file is one that can be played on this player (page 10).

• Check whether or not the file is damaged

Is the file protected by DRM?

Files protected by DRM cannot be played.

Erase the BDMV data (page 24).

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Problem

HDMI indicator does not light.

No picture is displayed.

Pictures do not display properly on the TV.

No sound is produced.

Check

Is the input of the connected HDMI device properly set?

Is a DVI device connected?

Is the HDMI indicator lit?

Are the terminals for outputting video signals properly set?

Is the resolution properly set?

Is the HDMI cable properly connected?

Is a DVI device connected?

Is the HDMI cable damaged?

Is a DVI device connected?

Remedy

Read the HDMI device’s operating instructions and set the input properly.

Read the DVI device’s operating instructions and check whether it is compatible with HDCP.

• If the HDMI indicator is not lit, read the HDMI device’s operating instructions and switch to the proper input.

• If the HDMI indicator is lit, use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to switch the output video resolution (page 25).

Press VIDEO SELECT to switch the HDMI OUT terminal.

Depending on the output video resolution setting, the picture may not be output. Use OUTPUT RESOLUTION to switch the output video resolution (page 25).

• Insert the cable firmly and all the way in.

• With some cables, 1080p video signals cannot be properly output.

The picture may not be displayed properly if a DVI device is connected.

If the cable is damaged, replace it with a new one.

Change the HDMI Color Space setting (page 41).

The sound will not be output from the HDMI OUT terminal if a

DVI device is connected. Connect the device to a DIGITAL OUT

( OPTICAL / COAXIAL ) terminal or the AUDIO OUT (2 ch) terminals.

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07 Problem

HDMI Control function does not work.

Check

Is the HDMI cable properly connected?

Remedy

Connect the HDMI cable properly.

Is the HDMI cable you are using a High Speed HDMI™ cable? Use a High Speed HDMI™ cable. The HDMI Control function may not work properly if HDMI cable other than a High Speed

HDMI™ cable is used.

Set HDMI Control to On on the player (page 41).

Is HDMI Control set to On on the player?

Does the connected device support the HDMI Control function?

• The HDMI Control function will not work with devices manufactured by companies other than Pioneer, even when connected using an HDMI cable.

• The HDMI Control function will not work if devices that do not support the HDMI Control function or devices manufactured by companies other than Pioneer are connected between the

HDMI Control-compatible device and the player.

• The HDMI Control function may not work with certain Flat

Panel TVs.

Also refer to the operating instructions of the connected device.

Is HDMI Control set to On on the connected device?

Are multiple players connected?

Set HDMI Control to On on the connected device. The HDMI

Control function works when HDMI Control is set to On for all the devices connected by HDMI cable.

Once connections and settings of all the devices are finished, be sure to check that the player’s picture is output to the Flat

Panel TV. (Also check after changing the connected devices and connecting and/or disconnecting HDMI cables.) If the player’s picture is not being output to the Flat Panel TV, the

HDMI Control function may not work properly.

For details, refer to the operating instructions of the connected device.

The HDMI Control function may not work if three or more players, including this player, are connected by HDMI cable.

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Others

Problem

The power turns off automatically.

The power turns on automatically.

Inputs of connected TV and

AV system, switches automatically.

Player cannot be operated with remote control.

Check

Is

Is

Is

Auto Power Off

HDMI Control

HDMI Control

set to

set to

set to

On

On

On

?

?

?

Remedy

If Auto Power Off is set to On , the power turns off automatically if no operation is performed for over 30 minutes

(page 42).

The player’s power may turn off together with the power of the connected TV. If you do not want the player’s power to turn off when the TV’s power is turned off, set HDMI Control to Off

(page 41).

The player’s power may turn on together with the power of the connected TV. If you do not want the player’s power to turn on when the TV’s power is turned on, set HDMI Control to Off

(page 41).

Is HDMI Control set to On ?

The inputs of the connected TV or AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) may automatically switch to the player when playback starts on the player or the menu screen (Home Media

Gallery, etc.) is displayed. If you do not want the inputs of the connected TV and/or AV system (AV receiver or amplifier, etc.) to switch automatically, set HDMI Control to Off (page 41).

Is an AV receiver or amplifier connected to the terminal on the player’s rear panel?

CONTROL IN Operate with the remote control of the device connected to the

CONTROL IN terminal.

Are you operating the remote control from a point too far away from the player?

Operate from within 23 feet of the remote control sensor.

Are the batteries dead?

Settings you have made have been cleared.

• Have you disconnected the power cord while the player’s power was on?

• Has there been a power failure?

After a disc is inserted,

Loading stays displayed and playback does not start.

Are there too many files recorded on the disc?

 is displayed in file names, etc.

The DVD layer of BD and DVD hybrid discs cannot be played.

Is Hybrid Disc Playback properly set?

Is Hybrid Disc Playback properly set?

The CD layer of BD and CD hybrid discs cannot be played.

The Hybrid Disc Playback setting cannot be changed

(displayed in gray).

BDMV/BDAV Playback

Priority setting cannot be changed (displayed in gray).

Is a disc set in the disc tray?

Is a disc set in the disc tray?

Replace the batteries (page 7).

If the power cord is disconnected or there is a power failure while the player’s power is on, the settings you have made may be cleared. Always press  STANDBY/ON on the player’s front panel or  STANDBY/ON on the remote control and check that POWER OFF has turned off from the player’s front panel display before disconnecting the power cord. Be particularly careful when the power cord is connected to the

AC outlet on another device because the player turns off in conjunction with the device. We recommend plugging the power cord into a wall outlet whenever possible.

When a disc on which files are recorded is inserted, depending on the number of files recorded on the disc, loading may take several dozen minutes.

The characters that cannot be displayed on this player are displayed in  .

Set Hybrid Disc Playback to DVD (page 42).

Set

The

The

Hybrid Disc Playback

Hybrid Disc Playback

BDMV/BDAV Playback Priority setting cannot be changed when a disc is set. Remove the disc, then change the setting.

to CD (page 42).

setting cannot be changed when a disc is set. Remove the disc, then change the setting.

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Language Code Table and Country/Area Code Table

Language Code Table

Language name (language code), input code

Japanese (ja/jpn), 1001 Dzongkha (dz/dzo), 0426

English (en/eng), 0514

French (fr/fra), 0618

Esperanto (eo/epo),

Estonian (et/est),

0515

0520

German (de/deu), 0405

Italian (it/ita), 0920

Spanish (es/spa), 0519

Chinese (zh/zho), 2608

Basque (eu/eus),

Persian (fa/fas),

Finnish (fi/fin),

Fijian (fj/fij),

0521

0601

0609

0610

Dutch (nl/nld), 1412

Portuguese (pt/por), 1620

Swedish (sv/swe), 1922

Russian (ru/rus), 1821

Korean (ko/kor), 1115

Greek (el/ell), 0512

Afar (aa/aar), 0101

Abkhazian (ab/abk), 0102

Faroese (fo/fao),

Frisian (fy/fry),

Irish (ga/gle),

Galician (gl/glg),

Gujarati (gu/guj),

Hausa (ha/hau),

0615

0625

0701

Scots-Gaelic (gd/gla),

Guarani (gn/grn),

0712

0704

0714

0721

0801

Afrikaans (af/afr), 0106

Amharic (am/amh), 0113

Arabic (ar/ara), 0118

Assamese (as/asm), 0119

Aymara (ay/aym), 0125

Azerbaijani (az/aze), 0126

Bashkir (ba/bak), 0201

Belarusian (be/bel), 0205

Bulgarian (bg/bul), 0207

Bihari (bh/bih), 0208

Bislama (bi/bis), 0209

Bengali (bn/ben), 0214

Tibetan (bo/bod), 0215

Breton (br/bre), 0218

Catalan (ca/cat), 0301

Corsican (co/cos), 0315

Czech (cs/ces), 0319

Welsh (cy/cym), 0325

Danish (da/dan), 0401

Hindi (hi/hin), 0809

Croatian (hr/hrv), 0818

Hungarian (hu/hun), 0821

Armenian (hy/hye), 0825

Interlingua (ia/ina), 0901

Interlingue (ie/ile), 0905

Inupiaq (ik/ipk), 0911

Indonesian (in/ind), 0914

Icelandic (is/isl), 0919

Hebrew (iw/heb), 0923

Yiddish (ji/yid), 1009

Javanese (jw/jav), 1023

Georgian (ka/kat), 1101

Kazakh (kk/kaz), 1111

Kalaallisut (kl/kal), 1112

Khmer (km/khm), 1113

Kannada (kn/kan),

Kashmiri (ks/kas),

Kurdish (ku/kur),

1114

1119

1121

Country/Area Code Table

Country/Area name, input code, Country/Area code

Anguilla, 0109, ai

Antigua and Barbuda, 0107, ag

Argentina, 0118, ar

Armenia, 0113, am

Australia, 0121, au

Austria, 0120, at

Azerbaijan, 0126, az

Bahamas, 0219, bs

Barbados, 0202, bb

Belarus, 0225, by

Belgium, 0205, be

Belize, 0226, bz

Bermuda, 0213, bm

Brazil, 0218, br

Bulgaria, 0207, bg

Canada, 0301, ca

Cayman Islands, 1125, ky

Chile, 0312, cl

China, 0314, cn

Colombia, 0315, co

Croatia, 0818, hr

Cyprus, 0325, cy

Czech Republic, 0326, cz

Denmark, 0411, dk

Dominica, 0413, dm

Dominican Republic, 0415, do

Estonia, 0505, ee

Finland, 0609, fi

France, 0618, fr

Georgia, 0705, ge

Germany, 0405, de

Greece, 0718, gr

Greenland, 0712, gl

Grenada, 0704, gd

Guyana, 0725, gy

Haiti, 0820, ht

Hong Kong, 0811, hk

Hungary, 0821, hu

Iceland, 0919, is

India, 0914, in

Indonesia, 0904, id

Ireland, 0905, ie

Israel, 0912, il

Italy, 0920, it

Jamaica, 1013, jm

Japan, 1016, jp

Kazakhstan, 1126, kz

Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr

Kyrgyzstan, 1107, kg

Latvia, 1222, lv

Kirghiz (ky/kir), 1125

Latin (la/lat), 1201

Lingala (ln/lin), 1214

Lao (lo/lao), 1215

Lithuanian (lt/lit), 1220

Latvian (lv/lav), 1222

Malagasy (mg/mlg), 1307

Maori (mi/mri), 1309

Macedonian (mk/mkd), 1311

Malayalam (ml/mal), 1312

Mongolian (mn/mon), 1314

Moldavian (mo/mol), 1315

Marathi (mr/mar), 1318

Malay (ms/msa), 1319

Maltese (mt/mlt), 1320

Burmese (my/mya), 1325

Nauru (na/nau), 1401

Nepali (ne/nep), 1405

Norwegian (no/nor), 1415

Occitan (oc/oci), 1503

Oromo (om/orm), 1513

Oriya (or/ori), 1518

Panjabi (pa/pan), 1601

Polish (pl/pol), 1612

Pushto (ps/pus), 1619

Quechua (qu/que), 1721

Rhaeto-Romance (rm/roh), 1813

Rundi (rn/run), 1814

Romanian (ro/ron), 1815

Kinyarwanda (rw/kin), 1823

Sanskrit (sa/san), 1901

Sindhi (sd/snd), 1904

Sango (sg/sag), 1907

Serbo-Croatian (sh/scr), 1908

Sinhalese (si/sin), 1909

Slovak (sk/slk), 1911

Slovenian (sl/slv), 1912

Samoan (sm/smo), 1913

Shona (sn/sna), 1914

Somali (so/som), 1915

Albanian (sq/sqi), 1917

Serbian (sr/srp), 1918

Swati (ss/ssw), 1919

Sotho, Southern (st/sot), 1920

Sundanese (su/sun), 1921

Swahili (sw/swa), 1923

Tamil (ta/tam), 2001

Telugu (te/tel), 2005

Tajik (tg/tgk), 2007

Thai (th/tha), 2008

Tigrinya (ti/tir), 2009

Turkmen (tk/tuk), 2011

Tagalog (tl/tgl), 2012

Tswana (tn/tsn), 2014

Tonga (Tonga Islands) (to/ton), 2015

Turkish (tr/tur), 2018

Tsonga (ts/tso), 2019

Tatar (tt/tat), 2020

Twi (tw/twi), 2023

Ukrainian (uk/ukr), 2111

Urdu (ur/urd), 2118

Uzbek (uz/uzb), 2126

Vietnamese (vi/vie), 2209

Volapük (vo/vol), 2215

Wolof (wo/wol), 2315

Xhosa (xh/xho), 2408

Yoruba (yo/yor), 2515

Zulu (zu/zul), 2621

Liechtenstein, 1209, li

Lithuania, 1220, lt

Luxembourg, 1221, lu

Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav

Republic of, 1311, mk

Malaysia, 1325, my

Malta, 1320, mt

Mexico, 1324, mx

Moldova, Republic of, 1304, md

Monaco, 1303, mc

Montserrat, 1319, ms

Netherlands, 1412, nl

New Zealand, 1426, nz

Norway, 1415, no

Pakistan, 1611, pk

Peru, 1605, pe

Philippines, 1608, ph

Poland, 1612, pl

Portugal, 1620, pt

Puerto Rico, 1618, pr

Romania, 1815, ro

Russian Federation, 1821, ru

Saint Kitts and Nevis, 1114, kn

Saint Lucia, 1203, lc

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, 2203, vc

San Marino, 1913, sm

Singapore, 1907, sg

Slovakia, 1911, sk

Slovenia, 1909, si

Spain, 0519, es

Suriname, 1918, sr

Sweden, 1905, se

Switzerland, 0308, ch

Taiwan, Province of China, 2023, tw

Tajikistan, 2010, tj

Thailand, 2008, th

Trinidad and Tobago, 2020, tt

Tunisia, 2014, tn

Turkey, 2018, tr

Turkmenistan, 2013, tm

Turks and Caicos Islands, 2003, tc

Ukraine, 2101, ua

United Kingdom, 0702, gb

United States, 2119, us

Uruguay, 2125, uy

Uzbekistan, 2126, uz

Venezuela, 2205, ve

Virgin Islands, British, 2207, vg

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Specifications

Model

Type

Rated voltage

Rated frequency

Power consumption

Power consumption (standby)

Weight

External dimensions (including projecting parts)

Tolerable operating temperature

Tolerable operating humidity

Video outputs Video

S-Video

Component video

BDP-05FD

Blu-ray Disc PLAYER

AC 120 V

60 Hz

37 W

0.5 W

5.7 kg (12 lb 10 oz)

420 mm (W) x 124 mm (H) x 360 mm (D)

(16

9

/

16

in. (W) x 4

15

/

16

in. (H) x 14

3

/

16

in. (D))

+5 °C to +35 °C (+41 °F to +95 °F)

5 % to 85 % (no condensation)

1 set, RCA jack (1.0 Vp-p (75

Ω

))

1 set, S-Video jack:

Y (luminance): 1.0 Vp-p (75

Ω

)

C (color): 0.286 Vp-p (75

Ω

)

1 set, RCA jacks:

Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75

Ω

)

P B , P R : 0.7 Vp-p (75

Ω

)

1 set, 19-pin (5V, 150 mA)

Number of channels: 2, RCA jacks

Number of channels: 8, RCA jacks

Audio outputs

HDMI

2-channel (stereo)

7.1-channel (multi-channel: front left/ right, surround left/right, center, surround back left/right, subwoofer)

Audio output level

Frequency response

S/N ratio

Dynamic range

Total harmonic distortion

Wow & flutter

Digital audio outputs Optical

Control

Coaxial

Input

200 mVrms (1 kHz, –20 dB)

4 Hz to 88 kHz (192 kHz sampling)

115 dB

103 dB

0.0015 %

Below measurable limits (±0.001 % W. PEAK)

1 set, Optical digital jack

1 set, RCA jack

1 set, Minijack (3.5 ø)

Note

• The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice.

• This product includes FontAvenue

®

fonts licensed by NEC Corporation. FontAvenue is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.

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Cautions on use

Condensation

Moving the player

If you need to move this unit, first remove the disc if there’s one loaded, and close the disc tray. Next, press  STANDBY/ON to switch the power to standby, checking that the POWER OFF indication on the front panel display goes off. Wait at least 10 seconds. Lastly, disconnect the power cord.

Never lift or move the unit during playback — discs rotate at a high speed and may be damaged.

Place of installation

If the player is moved suddenly from a cold place into a warm room

(in winter, for example) or if the temperature in the room in which the player is installed rises suddenly due to a heater, etc., water droplets (condensation) may form inside (on operating parts and the lens). When condensation is present, the player will not operate properly and playback is not possible. Let the player stand at room temperature for 1 or 2 hours with the power turned on (the time depends on the extent of condensation). The water droplets will dissipate and playback will become possible.

Condensation can also occur in the summer if the player is exposed to the direct wind from an air-conditioner. If this happens, move the player to a different place.

Cleaning the player

Select a stable place near the TV and AV system to which the unit is connected.

Do not place the player on top of a TV or color monitor. Keep it away from cassette decks or other components easily affected by magnetism.

Avoid the following types of places:

• Places exposed to direct sunlight

• Humid or poorly ventilated places

• Extremely hot or cold places

• Places subject to vibration

• Dusty places

• Places exposed to soot, steam or heat (in kitchens, etc.)

Do not place objects on top

Do not place objects on top of the player.

Do not obstruct the ventilation holes

Do not use the player on a shaggy rug, bed, or sofa, and do not cover the player with a cloth, etc. Doing so will prevent heat dissipation and could lead to damage.

Keep away from heat

Do not place the player on top of an amplifier or other device generating heat. When installing in a rack, to avoid the heat generated by the amplifier and other devices, place it on a shelf below the amplifier whenever possible.

Turn the power off when not using the player

Normally, wipe the player with a soft cloth. For tough dirt, apply some neutral detergent diluted in 5 to 6 parts water to a soft cloth, wring out thoroughly, wipe off the dirt, then wipe again with a dry cloth.

Note that getting alcohol, thinner, benzene or insecticide on the player could cause the print and coating to peel off. Also, avoid leaving rubber or vinyl products in contact with the player for long periods of time, as this could damage the cabinet.

When using chemical-impregnated wipes, etc., read the wipe’s cautions carefully.

Unplug the power cord from the power outlet when cleaning the player.

Caution for when the unit is installed in a rack with a glass door

Do not press the  OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control to open the disc tray while the glass door is closed. The door will hamper the movement of the disc tray, and the unit could be damaged.

Cleaning the pickup lens

The player’s lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for some reason it should malfunction due to dust or dirt, consult your nearest Pioneer-authorized service center. Although lens cleaners for players are commercially available, we advise against using them since some may damage the lens.

Depending on the conditions of the TV broadcast signals, striped patterns may appear on the screen when the TV is turned on while the player’s power is turned on. This is not a malfunction with the player or TV. If this happens, turn the player’s power off. In the same way, noise may be heard in the sound of a radio.

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Handling discs

Glossary

Do not use damaged (cracked or warped) discs.

Do not scratch the disc’s signal surface or let it get dirty.

Do not load more than one disc into the player at a time.

Do not glue paper or put stickers onto the disc, or use a pencil, ballpoint pen or other sharp-tipped writing instrument. These could all damage the disc.

Storing discs

Always store discs in their cases, and place the cases vertically, avoiding places exposed to high temperature or humidity, direct sunlight or extremely low temperatures.

Be sure to read the cautions included with the disc.

Cleaning discs

It may not be possible to play the disc if there are fingerprints or dust on it. In this case, using a cleaning cloth, etc., to wipe the disc gently from the center toward the outer edge. Do not use a dirty cleaning cloth.

Aspect ratio

The ratio of a TV screen’s width to its height. Conventional TVs have an aspect ratio of 4:3, while high definition (HD) and widescreen TVs have an aspect ratio of 16:9.

Audio language

Multiple audio tracks, for example the original sound and the dubbed sound, can be recorded on BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs. Up to 32 languages (32 audio tracks) can be recorded on BD-ROM discs, up to 8 languages (8 audio tracks) on DVD-Video discs, so you can select the desired language when watching the disc.

AVCHD (Advanced Video Codec High

Definition)

The AVCHD is a high definition (HD) digital video camera recorder format recording high-definition onto certain media by using highly efficient codec technologies.

BD-J

With BD-ROMs, it is possible to use Java applications to create highly interactive titles, for example including games.

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Do not use benzene, thinner or other volatile chemicals. Also do not use record spray or antistatic agents.

For tough dirt, apply some water to a soft cloth, wring out thoroughly, wipe off the dirt, then wipe off the moisture with a dry cloth.

Specially shaped discs

Specially shaped discs (heart-shaped, hexagonal, etc.) cannot be used on this player. Never use such discs, as they will damage the player.

Condensation on discs

If the disc is moved suddenly from a cold place into a warm room (in winter, for example), water droplets (condensation) may form on the disc surface. Discs will not play properly if there is condensation on them. Carefully wipe off the water droplets from the disc surface before using the disc.

Java and all Java-related trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc., in the United

States and other countries.

BDAV

Of the BD format, the Audio Visual Format Specifications for HD digital broadcast recording is referred to as BDAV on this player and in this operating instructions.

BDMV

Of the BD format, the Audio Visual Format Specifications designed for pre-packaged high definition (HD) movie contents is referred to as BDMV on this player and in this operating instructions.

Component video output

This video output terminal provides clearer pictures when connected to a TV equipped with component inputs. Component video signals consist of three signals, Y, P B and P R .

Composite video output

Signals mixing the luminance signal (Y) and the color signal (C) so they can be transferred on a single cord are output from this terminal.

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Deep Color

This is one of the capabilities of HDMI™. The players supporting

Deep Color can transmit a video signal with a color bit depth of greater than 8 bits per color component. Subtle color gradations can be reproduced when connected to a TV that supports Deep

Color.

Dolby Digital

Dolby Digital is an audio format to record the sound in up to 5.1 channels with a fraction of the amount of data as compared to linear

PCM audio signals.

Dolby Digital Plus

Dolby Digital Plus is an audio format for high-definition media. Built on Dolby Digital, it combines the efficiency and flexibility to provide high quality multi-channel audio. With BD-ROMs, up to 7.1 channels of digital sound can be recorded.

Dolby TrueHD

Dolby TrueHD is an audio format using lossless coding. With BD-

ROMs, up to 8 channels can be recorded at 96 kHz/24 bits, or up to

6 channels at 192 kHz/24 bits.

DRM

A technology for protecting copyrighted digital data. Digitized movies, images and music retain the same quality even when they are copied or transferred repeatedly. DRM is a technology for restricting the distribution or playback of such digital data without the authorization of the copyright holder.

DTS Digital Surround

DTS Digital Surround is an audio format to record 48 kHz/24 bits audio signals in 5.1 channels.

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is an audio format using lossy coding. It can record 7.1 channels at 96 kHz/24 bits.

DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio is an audio format using lossless coding.

With BD-ROMs, 7.1 channels can be recorded at 96 kHz/24 bits, or

5.1 channels at 192 kHz/24 bits.

Dynamic range

This refers to the difference between the maximum and minimum level of the sound. The dynamic range is measured in units of decibels (dB).

When the dynamic range is compressed (Audio DRC), the minimum signal level is increased and the maximum signal level decreased.

This way, the volume of loud sounds such as explosions is reduced, while the sounds with a low level, such as human voices, are easier to listen to.

Frames and fields

A frame is the unit for one of the still pictures which compose motion pictures. One frame consists of a picture of odd lines and a picture of even lines called fields in video signal with interlaced scan method (480i, 1080i, etc.).

HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content

Protection)

A technology for protecting copyrights that encrypts digital video signals.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia

Interface)

A digital interface standard for next-generation TVs expanding the

DVI (Digital Video Interface) terminal used for example for computer displays. It allows transfer of non-compressed digital video and audio signals (Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-

HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS Digital

Surround, MPEG-2 AAC, linear PCM, etc.) with a single connector.

Interactive audio

The audio signals recorded in the titles of BD-ROMs. They include for example the clicking sound made when the menu screen is operated.

Interlaced scan

With this method, one picture is displayed by scanning it twice. The odd lines are displayed in the first pass, the even lines are displayed in the second, to form a single picture (frame). Interlaced scan is indicated in this player and operating instructions by an “i” after the resolution value (for example, 480i).

Linear PCM

This is referred as the audio signals that are not compressed, frequently used for DVD-Video discs containing musicals or music concerts. This can also be indicated “48 kHz/16 bit”, “96 kHz”, etc.

MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group)

The name of a family of standards used to encode video and audio signals in a digital compressed format. The video encoding standards include MPEG-1 Video, MPEG-2 Video, MPEG-4 Visual,

MPEG-4 AVC etc. The audio encoding standards include MPEG-1

Audio, MPEG-2 Audio, MPEG-2 AAC etc.

Multi angle

Up to 9 camera angles can be recorded simultaneously on BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs, letting you watch the same scene from different angles.

Parental Lock

Playback of the contents of some BD-ROM or DVD-Video discs can be restricted, for example for discs containing scenes of violence.

With BD-ROM discs, an age restriction can be set to restrict playback. Playing DVD-Video title can be restricted by setting the parental lock level.

Picture-in-Picture (P-in-P)

This is a function for superimposing a sub video on the main video.

Some BD-ROMs include secondary video, which can be superimposed on the primary video.

Progressive scan

With this method, one picture is consisted of a single picture, without dividing it in two pictures. Progressive scan provides clear pictures with no flicker, in particular for still pictures that contain much text, graphics, or horizontal lines. Progressive scan is indicated in this player and operating instructions by a “p” after the resolution value (for example, 480p).

Region number

A number assigned to Blu-ray Disc Players, BD-ROM and DVD-

Video discs according to the region in which they are sold. A disc can be played if the region numbers indicated on the disc include the number set for the player or if “ALL” is indicated.

S-Video output

An output terminal for transmitting separate luminance (Y) and color (C) signals over a single cord. It offers clearer pictures than the composite video output.

Secondary audio

Some BD-ROMs include sub audio streams mixed with the main audio. These sub audio streams are called “secondary audio”. On some discs this secondary audio is recorded as the audio for the secondary video.

Secondary video

Some BD-ROMs include sub videos superimposed on the main videos using the Picture-in-Picture function. These sub videos are called “secondary video”.

Subtitle language

This refers to the language of the subtitles often used on movies. Up to 255 languages (255 types of subtitles) can be recorded on BD-

ROM discs, 32 languages (32 types of subtitles) on DVD-Video discs, so you can select the desired subtitle when watching the disc.

VC-1

A video codec developed by Microsoft and standardized by the

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). Some

BDs include videos encoded in this codec.

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Licenses

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The licenses for the software used on this player are shown below.

libxml2

The MIT License

Copyright © <year> <copyright holders>

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF

MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE

FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH

THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

OpenSSL

The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license apply to the toolkit.

See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact [email protected].

OpenSSL License

Copyright © 1998-2007 The OpenSSL Project. All rights reserved.

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

2.

Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

3.

All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed by the

OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"

4.

The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without prior written permission.

For written permission, please contact [email protected].

5.

Products derived from this software may not be called "OpenSSL" nor may "OpenSSL" appear in their names without prior written permission of the OpenSSL Project.

6.

Redistributions of any form whatsoever must retain the following acknowledgment: "This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the

OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED

WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS

CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,

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FreeType2

The FreeType Project LICENSE

2006-Jan-27 Copyright 1996-2002, 2006 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg

Introduction

The FreeType Project is distributed in several archive packages; some of them may contain, in addition to the FreeType font engine, various tools and contributions which rely on, or relate to, the FreeType Project.

This license applies to all files found in such packages, and which do not fall under their own explicit license. The license affects thus the FreeType font engine, the test programs, documentation and makefiles, at the very least.

This license was inspired by the BSD, Artistic, and IJG (Independent JPEG Group) licenses, which all encourage inclusion and use of free software in commercial and freeware products alike. As a consequence, its main points are that:

• We don't promise that this software works. However, we will be interested in any kind of bug reports.('as is' distribution)

• You can use this software for whatever you want, in parts or full form, without having to pay us.('royalty-free' usage)

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We specifically permit and encourage the inclusion of this software, with or without modifications, in commercial products. We disclaim all warranties covering The

FreeType Project and assume no liability related to The FreeType Project.

Finally, many people asked us for a preferred form for a credit/disclaimer to use in compliance with this license. We thus encourage you to use the following text:

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Please replace <year> with the value from the FreeType version you actually use.

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE, DISCLAIMER, and LICENSE:

If you modify libpng you may insert additional notices immediately following this sentence. libpng versions 1.2.6, August 15, 2004, through 1.2.26, April 2, 2008, are Copyright © 2004, 2006-2008 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-1.2.5 with the following individual added to the list of Contributing Authors

Cosmin Truta libpng versions 1.0.7, July 1, 2000, through 1.2.5 - October 3, 2002, are Copyright © 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-1.0.6 with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors

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There is no warranty against interference with your enjoyment of the library or against infringement. There is no warranty that our efforts or the library will fulfill any of your particular purposes or needs. This library is provided with all faults, and the entire risk of satisfactory quality, performance, accuracy, and effort is with the user.

libpng versions 0.97, January 1998, through 1.0.6, March 20, 2000, are Copyright © 1998, 1999 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, and are distributed according to the same disclaimer and license as libpng-0.96, with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:

Tom Lane

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Willem van Schaik

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0.88, with the following individuals added to the list of Contributing Authors:

John Bowler

Kevin Bracey

Sam Bushell

Magnus Holmgren

Greg Roelofs

Tom Tanner libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright © 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc.

For the purposes of this copyright and license, "Contributing Authors" is defined as the following set of individuals:

Andreas Dilger

Dave Martindale

Guy Eric Schalnat

Paul Schmidt

Tim Wegner

The PNG Reference Library is supplied "AS IS". The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. assume no liability for direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages, which may result from the use of the PNG Reference Library, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.

Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this source code, or portions hereof, for any purpose, without fee, subject to the following restrictions:

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The origin of this source code must not be misrepresented.

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Altered versions must be plainly marked as such and must not be misrepresented as being the original source.

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This Copyright notice may not be removed or altered from any source or altered source distribution.

The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. specifically permit, without fee, and encourage the use of this source code as a component to supporting the PNG file format in commercial products. If you use this source code in a product, acknowledgment is not required but would be appreciated.

A "png_get_copyright" function is available, for convenient use in "about" boxes and the like: printf("%s",png_get_copyright(NULL));Also, the PNG logo (in PNG format, of course) is supplied in the files "pngbar.png" and "pngbar.jpg (88x31) and "pngnow.png" (98x31).

Libpng is OSI Certified Open Source Software. OSI Certified Open Source is a certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.

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2-Apr-08

libjpg

The Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software

README for release 6b of 27-Mar-1998

This distribution contains the sixth public release of the Independent JPEG Group's free JPEG software. You are welcome to redistribute this software and to use it for any purpose, subject to the conditions under LEGAL ISSUES, below.

Serious users of this software (particularly those incorporating it into larger programs) should contact IJG at [email protected] to be added to our electronic mailing list. Mailing list members are notified of updates and have a chance to participate in technical discussions, etc.

This software is the work of Tom Lane, Philip Gladstone, Jim Boucher, Lee Crocker, Julian Minguillon, Luis Ortiz, George Phillips, Davide Rossi, Guido Vollbeding, Ge'

Weijers, and other members of the Independent JPEG Group.

IJG is not affiliated with the official ISO JPEG standards committee.

DOCUMENTATION ROADMAP

This file contains the following sections:

OVERVIEW General description of JPEG and the IJG software.

LEGAL ISSUES

REFERENCES

ARCHIVE LOCATIONS

RELATED SOFTWARE

FILE FORMAT WARS

Copyright, lack of warranty, terms of distribution.

Where to learn more about JPEG.

Where to find newer versions of this software.

Other stuff you should get.

Software *not* to get.

TO DO Plans for future IJG releases.

Other documentation files in the distribution are:

User documentation: usage.doc Usage instructions for cjpeg, djpeg, jpegtran, rdjpgcom, and wrjpgcom.

*.1 Unix-style man pages for programs (same info as usage.doc).

wizard.doc

Advanced usage instructions for JPEG wizards only.

change.log

Version-to-version change highlights.

Programmer and internal documentation: libjpeg.doc

How to use the JPEG library in your own programs.

example.c

structure.doc

filelist.doc

coderules.doc

Sample code for calling the JPEG library.

Overview of the JPEG library's internal structure.

Road map of IJG files.

Coding style rules --- please read if you contribute code.

Please read at least the files install.doc and usage.doc. Useful information can also be found in the JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article. See ARCHIVE

LOCATIONS below to find out where to obtain the FAQ article.

If you want to understand how the JPEG code works, we suggest reading one or more of the REFERENCES, then looking at the documentation files (in roughly the order listed) before diving into the code.

OVERVIEW

This package contains C software to implement JPEG image compression and decompression. JPEG (pronounced "jay-peg") is a standardized compression method for full-color and gray-scale images. JPEG is intended for compressing real-world scenes; line drawings, cartoons and other non-realistic images are not its strong suit. JPEG is lossy, meaning that the output image is not exactly identical to the input image. Hence you must not use JPEG if you have to have identical output bits. However, on typical photographic images, very good compression levels can be obtained with no visible change, and remarkably high compression levels are possible if you can tolerate a low-quality image. For more details, see the references, or just experiment with various compression settings.

This software implements JPEG baseline, extended-sequential, and progressive compression processes. Provision is made for supporting all variants of these processes, although some uncommon parameter settings aren't implemented yet. For legal reasons, we are not distributing code for the arithmetic-coding variants of JPEG; see

LEGAL ISSUES. We have made no provision for supporting the hierarchical or lossless processes defined in the standard.

We provide a set of library routines for reading and writing JPEG image files, plus two sample applications "cjpeg" and "djpeg", which use the library to perform conversion between JPEG and some other popular image file formats. The library is intended to be reused in other applications.

In order to support file conversion and viewing software, we have included considerable functionality beyond the bare JPEG coding/decoding capability; for example, the color quantization modules are not strictly part of JPEG decoding, but they are essential for output to colormapped file formats or colormapped displays. These extra functions can be compiled out of the library if not required for a particular application. We have also included jpegtran, a utility for lossless transcoding between different

JPEG processes, and "rdjpgcom" and "wrjpgcom", two simple applications for inserting and extracting textual comments in JFIF files.

The emphasis in designing this software has been on achieving portability and flexibility, while also making it fast enough to be useful. In particular, the software is not intended to be read as a tutorial on JPEG. (See the REFERENCES section for introductory material.) Rather, it is intended to be reliable, portable, industrial-strength code.

We do not claim to have achieved that goal in every aspect of the software, but we strive for it.

We welcome the use of this software as a component of commercial products. No royalty is required, but we do ask for an acknowledgement in product documentation, as described under LEGAL ISSUES.

LEGAL ISSUES

In plain English:

1.

We don't promise that this software works. (But if you find any bugs, please let us know!)

2.

You can use this software for whatever you want. You don't have to pay us.

3.

You may not pretend that you wrote this software. If you use it in a program, you must acknowledge somewhere in your documentation that you've used the IJG code.

In legalese:

The authors make NO WARRANTY or representation, either express or implied, with respect to this software, its quality, accuracy, merchantability, or fitness for a particular purpose. This software is provided "AS IS", and you, its user, assume the entire risk as to its quality and accuracy.

This software is copyright © 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane. All Rights Reserved except as specified below.

Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software (or portions thereof) for any purpose, without fee, subject to these conditions:

(1) If any part of the source code for this software is distributed, then this README file must be included, with this copyright and no-warranty notice unaltered; and any additions, deletions, or changes to the original files must be clearly indicated in accompanying documentation.

(2) If only executable code is distributed, then the accompanying documentation must state that "this software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG

Group".

(3) Permission for use of this software is granted only if the user accepts full responsibility for any undesirable consequences; the authors accept NO LIABILITY for damages of any kind.

These conditions apply to any software derived from or based on the IJG code, not just to the unmodified library. If you use our work, you ought to acknowledge us.

Permission is NOT granted for the use of any IJG author's name or company name in advertising or publicity relating to this software or products derived from it. This software may be referred to only as "the Independent JPEG Group's software".

We specifically permit and encourage the use of this software as the basis of commercial products, provided that all warranty or liability claims are assumed by the product vendor.

ansi2knr.c is included in this distribution by permission of L. Peter Deutsch, sole proprietor of its copyright holder, Aladdin Enterprises of Menlo Park, CA. ansi2knr.c is

NOT covered by the above copyright and conditions, but instead by the usual distribution terms of the Free Software Foundation; principally, that you must include source code if you redistribute it. (See the file ansi2knr.c for full details.) However, since ansi2knr.c is not needed as part of any program generated from the IJG code, this does not limit you more than the foregoing paragraphs do.

The Unix configuration script "configure" was produced with GNU Autoconf. It is copyright by the Free Software Foundation but is freely distributable. The same holds for its supporting scripts (config.guess, config.sub, ltconfig, ltmain.sh). Another support script, install-sh, is copyright by M.I.T. but is also freely distributable.

It appears that the arithmetic coding option of the JPEG spec is covered by patents owned by IBM, AT&T, and Mitsubishi. Hence arithmetic coding cannot legally be used without obtaining one or more licenses. For this reason, support for arithmetic coding has been removed from the free JPEG software. (Since arithmetic coding provides only a marginal gain over the unpatented Huffman mode, it is unlikely that very many implementations will support it.) So far as we are aware, there are no patent restrictions on the remaining code.

The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and write GIF files. To avoid entanglement with the Unisys LZW patent, GIF reading support has been removed altogether, and the GIF writer has been simplified to produce uncompressed GIFs. This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the resulting GIF files are larger than usual, but are readable by all standard GIF decoders.

We are required to state that

"The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright property of CompuServe Incorporated. GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of CompuServe Incorporated."

REFERENCES

We highly recommend reading one or more of these references before trying to understand the innards of the JPEG software.

The best short technical introduction to the JPEG compression algorithm is

Wallace, Gregory K. "The JPEG Still Picture Compression Standard",

Communications of the ACM, April 1991 (vol. 34 no. 4), pp. 30-44.

(Adjacent articles in that issue discuss MPEG motion picture compression, applications of JPEG, and related topics.) If you don't have the CACM issue handy, a PostScript file containing a revised version of Wallace's article is available at ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/wallace.ps.gz. The file (actually a preprint for an article that appeared in

IEEE Trans. Consumer Electronics) omits the sample images that appeared in CACM, but it includes corrections and some added material. Note: the Wallace article is copyright ACM and IEEE, and it may not be used for commercial purposes.

A somewhat less technical, more leisurely introduction to JPEG can be found in The Data Compression Book by Mark Nelson and Jean-loup Gailly, published by M&T

Books (New York), 2nd ed. 1996, ISBN 1-55851-434-1. This book provides good explanations and example C code for a multitude of compression methods including JPEG.

It is an excellent source if you are comfortable reading C code but don't know much about data compression in general. The book's JPEG sample code is far from industrialstrength, but when you are ready to look at a full implementation, you've got one here...

The best full description of JPEG is the textbook "JPEG Still Image Data Compression Standard" by William B. Pennebaker and Joan L. Mitchell, published by Van Nostrand

Reinhold, 1993, ISBN 0-442-01272-1. Price US$59.95, 638 pp. The book includes the complete text of the ISO JPEG standards (DIS 10918-1 and draft DIS 10918-2). This is by far the most complete exposition of JPEG in existence, and we highly recommend it.

The JPEG standard itself is not available electronically; you must order a paper copy through ISO or ITU. (Unless you feel a need to own a certified official copy, we recommend buying the Pennebaker and Mitchell book instead; it's much cheaper and includes a great deal of useful explanatory material.) In the USA, copies of the standard may be ordered from ANSI Sales at (212) 642-4900, or from Global Engineering Documents at (800) 854-7179. (ANSI doesn't take credit card orders, but Global does.) It's not cheap: as of 1992, ANSI was charging $95 for Part 1 and $47 for Part 2, plus 7% shipping/handling. The standard is divided into two parts, Part 1 being the actual specification, while Part 2 covers compliance testing methods. Part 1 is titled "Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images, Part 1:

Requirements and guidelines" and has document numbers ISO/IEC IS 10918-1, ITU-T T.81. Part 2 is titled "Digital Compression and Coding of Continuous-tone Still Images,

Part 2: Compliance testing" and has document numbers ISO/IEC IS 10918-2, ITU-T T.83.

Some extensions to the original JPEG standard are defined in JPEG Part 3, a newer ISO standard numbered ISO/IEC IS 10918-3 and ITU-T T.84. IJG currently does not support any Part 3 extensions.

The JPEG standard does not specify all details of an interchangeable file format. For the omitted details we follow the "JFIF" conventions, revision 1.02. A copy of the JFIF spec is available from:

Literature Department

C-Cube Microsystems, Inc.

1778 McCarthy Blvd.

Milpitas, CA 95035 phone (408) 944-6300, fax (408) 944-6314

A PostScript version of this document is available by FTP at ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/jfif.ps.gz. There is also a plain text version at ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/ jfif.txt.gz, but it is missing the figures.

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The TIFF 6.0 file format specification can be obtained by FTP from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/graphics/tiff/TIFF6.ps.gz. The JPEG incorporation scheme found in the TIFF 6.0 spec of

3-June-92 has a number of serious problems. IJG does not recommend use of the TIFF 6.0 design (TIFF Compression tag 6). Instead, we recommend the JPEG design proposed by TIFF Technical Note #2 (Compression tag 7). Copies of this Note can be obtained from ftp.sgi.com or from ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/. It is expected that the next revision of the TIFF spec will replace the 6.0 JPEG design with the Note's design. Although IJG's own code does not support TIFF/JPEG, the free libtiff library uses our library to implement TIFF/JPEG per the Note. libtiff is available from ftp://ftp.sgi.com/graphics/tiff/.

ARCHIVE LOCATIONS

The "official" archive site for this software is ftp.uu.net (Internet address 192.48.96.9). The most recent released version can always be found there in directory graphics/ jpeg. This particular version will be archived as ftp://ftp.uu.net/graphics/jpeg/jpegsrc.v6b.tar.gz. If you don't have direct Internet access, UUNET's archives are also available via UUCP; contact [email protected] for information on retrieving files that way.

Numerous Internet sites maintain copies of the UUNET files. However, only ftp.uu.net is guaranteed to have the latest official version.

You can also obtain this software in DOS-compatible "zip" archive format from the SimTel archives (ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/graphics/), or on CompuServe in the Graphics Support forum (GO CIS:GRAPHSUP), library 12 JPEG Tools. Again, these versions may sometimes lag behind the ftp.uu.net release.

The JPEG FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) article is a useful source of general information about JPEG. It is updated constantly and therefore is not included in this distribution. The FAQ is posted every two weeks to Usenet newsgroups comp.graphics.misc, news.answers, and other groups. It is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.faqs.org/faqs/jpeg-faq/ and other news.answers archive sites, including the official news.answers archive at rtfm.mit.edu: ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/ news.answers/jpeg-faq/. If you don't have Web or FTP access, send e-mail to [email protected] with body send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part1 send usenet/news.answers/jpeg-faq/part2

RELATED SOFTWARE

Numerous viewing and image manipulation programs now support JPEG. (Quite a few of them use this library to do so.) The JPEG FAQ described above lists some of the more popular free and shareware viewers, and tells where to obtain them on Internet.

If you are on a Unix machine, we highly recommend Jef Poskanzer's free PBMPLUS software, which provides many useful operations on PPM-format image files. In particular, it can convert PPM images to and from a wide range of other formats, thus making cjpeg/djpeg considerably more useful. The latest version is distributed by the NetPBM group, and is available from numerous sites, notably ftp://wuarchive.wustl.edu/graphics/graphics/packages/NetPBM/. Unfortunately PBMPLUS/NETPBM is not nearly as portable as the IJG software is; you are likely to have difficulty making it work on any non-Unix machine.

A different free JPEG implementation, written by the PVRG group at Stanford, is available from ftp://havefun.stanford.edu/pub/jpeg/. This program is designed for research and experimentation rather than production use; it is slower, harder to use, and less portable than the IJG code, but it is easier to read and modify. Also, the PVRG code supports lossless JPEG, which we do not. (On the other hand, it doesn't do progressive JPEG.)

FILE FORMAT WARS

Some JPEG programs produce files that are not compatible with our library. The root of the problem is that the ISO JPEG committee failed to specify a concrete file format.

Some vendors "filled in the blanks" on their own, creating proprietary formats that no one else could read. (For example, none of the early commercial JPEG implementations for the Macintosh were able to exchange compressed files.)

The file format we have adopted is called JFIF (see REFERENCES). This format has been agreed to by a number of major commercial JPEG vendors, and it has become the de facto standard. JFIF is a minimal or "low end" representation. We recommend the use of TIFF/JPEG (TIFF revision 6.0 as modified by TIFF Technical Note #2) for

"high end" applications that need to record a lot of additional data about an image. TIFF/JPEG is fairly new and not yet widely supported, unfortunately.

The upcoming JPEG Part 3 standard defines a file format called SPIFF. SPIFF is interoperable with JFIF, in the sense that most JFIF decoders should be able to read the most common variant of SPIFF. SPIFF has some technical advantages over JFIF, but its major claim to fame is simply that it is an official standard rather than an informal one. At this point it is unclear whether SPIFF will supersede JFIF or whether JFIF will remain the de-facto standard. IJG intends to support SPIFF once the standard is frozen, but we have not decided whether it should become our default output format or not. (In any case, our decoder will remain capable of reading JFIF indefinitely.)

Various proprietary file formats incorporating JPEG compression also exist. We have little or no sympathy for the existence of these formats. Indeed, one of the original reasons for developing this free software was to help force convergence on common, open format standards for JPEG files. Don't use a proprietary file format!

TO DO

The major thrust for v7 will probably be improvement of visual quality. The current method for scaling the quantization tables is known not to be very good at low Q values.

We also intend to investigate block boundary smoothing, "poor man's variable quantization", and other means of improving quality-vs-file-size performance without sacrificing compatibility.

In future versions, we are considering supporting some of the upcoming JPEG Part 3 extensions --- principally, variable quantization and the SPIFF file format.

As always, speeding things up is of great interest.

Please send bug reports, offers of help, etc. to [email protected].

GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE

Version 2, June 1991

Copyright © 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

Preamble

The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software - to make sure the software is free for all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundation's software and to any other program whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered by the GNU Lesser General Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.

When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free programs; and that you know you can do these things.

To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it.

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