Daewoo DLN-17D4 Operating instructions

Daewoo DLN-17D4 Operating instructions
4-145-648-11(1)
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Operating Instructions
Blu-ray Disc / DVD Player
BDP-S1000ES
4-145-648-11(1)
© 2009 Sony Corporation
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus
to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not
open the cabinet. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel only.
Batteries or batteries installed
apparatus shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine,
fire or the like.
Keep the external memory away
from children. If swallowed,
promptly see a doctor.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with
this product will increase eye
hazard. As the laser beam used in
this Blu-ray Disc/DVD player is
harmful to eyes, do not attempt to
disassemble the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
This symbol is
intended to alert the
user to the presence
of important
operating and
maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Precautions
• To prevent fire or shock hazard,
do not place objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, on the
apparatus.
• Install this unit so that the AC
power cord can be unplugged
from the wall socket
immediately in the event of
trouble.
Operation is subject to the
following two conditions;
(1) this device may not cause
interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received,
including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the
device.
FCC WARNING
You are cautioned that any
changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this
manual could void your
authority to operate this
equipment.
This label is located on the laser
protective housing inside the
enclosure.
This transmitter must not be colocated or operating in
conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
The shielded Interface cable
(LAN cable) must be used with
the equipment in order to
comply with the limits for a
digital device pursuant to
Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC
Rules.
This symbol 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.
b
This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful
interference in a residential
installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference
to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or
television reception, which can
be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of
the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the
receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation
between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an
outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver
is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
FCC Radiation Exposure
Statement:
This equipment complies with
FCC radiation exposure limits
set forth for uncontrolled
equipment and meets the FCC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure
Guidelines in Supplement C to
OET65. This equipment should
be installed and operated with at
least 20 cm and more between
the radiator and person’s body
(excluding extremities: hands,
wrists, feet and ankles).
When using the unit, use
indoors.
Contains FCC ID : AK8WU600TS
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Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are
located at the rear of the unit.
Record the serial number in the
space provided below. Refer to
them whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Notes About the Discs
• To keep the disc clean, handle
the disc by its edge. Do not
touch the surface.
Dust, fingerprints, or scratches
on the disc may cause it to
malfunction.
Model No. BDP-S1000ES
Serial No.______________
Model No. USM4GL
Serial No.______________
For customers in the USA
If this product is not working
properly, please call 1-866-9097669.
The number below is for the FCC
related matters only.
Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model No.: USM4GL
Responsible Party:
Sony Electronics Inc.
Address:
16530 Via Esprillo, San
Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A.
Telephone No.:
858-942-2230
This device complies with Part15
of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two
conditions.: (1)This device may
not cause harmful interference,
and (2)this device must accept
any interference received,
including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
For Customers in Canada
If this product is not working
properly, please call 1-877-6022008 for Peace of Mind
Warranty Replacement
service.
For other product related questions
please contact our Customer
Information Service Center at
1-877-899-7669 or write to us at:
Customer Information Service 115
Gordon Baker Road, Toronto,
Ontario, M2H 3R6
• Do not expose the disc to
direct sunlight or heat sources
such as hot air ducts, or leave it
in a car parked in direct
sunlight as the temperature
may rise considerably inside
the car.
• After playing, store the disc in
its case.
• Clean the disc with a cleaning
cloth. Wipe the disc from the
center out.
• Do not use solvents such as
benzine, thinner,
commercially available disc/
lens cleaners, or anti-static
spray intended for vinyl LPs.
• If you have printed the disc’s
label, dry the label before
playing.
• Do not use the following discs.
– A lens cleaning disc.
– A disc that has a nonstandard shape (e.g., card,
heart).
– A disc with a label or sticker
on it.
– A disc that has cellophane
tape or sticker adhesive on it.
• Do not resurface the playing
side of a disc to remove
surface scratches.
Precautions
On safety
• To prevent fire or shock
hazard, do not place objects
filled with liquids, such as
vases, on the player, or place
the player near water, such as
near a bathtub or shower room.
Should any solid object or
liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the player and have it
checked by qualified
personnel before operating it
any further.
• Do not touch the AC power
cord with wet hands. Doing so
may cause an electric shock.
On placement
• Place the player in a location
with adequate ventilation to
prevent heat build-up in the
player.
• Do not place the player on a
soft surface such as a rug that
might block the ventilation
holes.
• Do not install this player in a
confined space, such as a
bookshelf or similar unit.
• Do not place the player in a
location near heat sources, or
in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, or
mechanical shock.
• Do not place the player
outdoors, in vehicles, on ships,
or on other vessels.
• If the player is brought directly
from a cold to a warm location,
or is placed in a very damp
room, moisture may condense
on the lenses inside the player.
Should this occur, the player
may not operate properly. In
this case, remove the disc and
leave the player turned on for
about half an hour until the
moisture evaporates.
• Do not install the player in an
inclined position. It is
designed to be operated in a
horizontal position only.
,continued
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• Keep the player and the discs
away from equipment with
strong magnets, such as
microwave ovens, or large
loudspeakers.
• Do not place metal objects in
front of the front panel. It may
limit reception of radio waves.
• Do not place the player in a
place where medical
equipment is in use. It may
cause a malfunction of
medical instruments.
• If you use a pacemaker or
other medical device, consult
your physician or the
manufacturer of your medical
device before using the
wireless LAN function.
• Do not place heavy or unstable
objects on the player.
• Do not place any objects other
than discs on the disc tray.
Doing so may cause damage to
the player or the object.
• Take out any discs when you
move the player. If you don’t,
the disc may be damaged.
• Disconnect the AC power cord
and all other cables from the
player when you move the
player.
On adjusting volume
On power sources
• This product incorporates
copyright protection
technology that is protected by
U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright
protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision,
and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses
only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
• “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD”
logo are trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation and
Sony Corporation.
• Java and all Java-based
trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered
trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc.
•
, “XMB,” and “xross media
bar” are trademarks of Sony
Corporation and Sony
Computer Entertainment Inc.
• The player is not disconnected
from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the
wall outlet, even if the player
itself has been turned off.
• Disconnect the player from the
wall outlet if you are not going
to use the player for a long
time. To disconnect the AC
power cord, grasp the plug
itself; never pull the cord.
• Observe following points to
prevent the AC power cord
being damaged. Do not use the
AC power cord if it is
damaged, as doing so may
result in an electric shock or
fire.
– Do not pinch the AC power
cord between the player and
wall, shelf, etc.
– Do not put anything heavy
on the AC power cord or pull
on the AC power cord itself.
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Do not turn up the volume while
listening to a section with very
low level inputs or no audio
signals. If you do, your ears and
the speakers may be damaged
when a peak level section is
played.
On cleaning
Clean the cabinet, panel, and
controls with a soft cloth. Do not
use any type of abrasive pad,
scouring powder or solvent such
as alcohol or benzine.
On cleaning discs, disc/
lens cleaners
Do not use cleaning discs or
disc/lens cleaners (including wet
or spray types). These may cause
the apparatus to malfunction.
On replacement of parts
In the events that this player is
repaired, repaired parts may be
collected for reuse or recycling
purposes.
Copyrights and
Trademarks
• This product incorporates
High-Definition Multimedia
Interface (HDMI™)
technology. HDMI, the HDMI
logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are
trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
• “Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.
• “Blu-ray Disc,” “DVD+RW,”
“DVD-RW,” “DVD+R,”
“DVD-R,” “DVD VIDEO,”
and “CD” logos are
trademarks.
• “BD-LIVE,” “BD-LIVE”
logo, and “BONUSVIEW” are
trademarks of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
• “x.v.Color” and “x.v.Color”
logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
• “BRAVIA” is a trademark of
Sony Corporation.
• “PhotoTV HD” and the
“PhotoTV HD” logo are
trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
• This product meets ENERGY
STAR® guidelines for energy
efficiency.
ENERGY STAR and the
ENERGY STAR mark are
registered U.S. marks.
ENERGY STAR is a
registered mark owned by the
U.S. government.
• The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™
Logo is a certification mark of
the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• The Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
Mark is a mark of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
• “Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™” and
“Wi-Fi Protected Setup™” are
trademarks of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
• DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and
DLNA CERTIFIED™ are
trademarks, service marks, or
certification marks of the
Digital Living Network
Alliance.
• Microsoft and Windows are
either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
• Other system and product
names are generally
trademarks or registered
trademarks of the
manufacturers. ™ and ®
marks are not indicated in this
document.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Caution: This player is
capable of holding a still
video image or on-screen
display image on your
television screen
indefinitely. If you leave the
still video image or onscreen display image
displayed on your TV for an
extended period of time you
risk permanent damage to
your television screen.
Plasma display panel
televisions and projection
televisions are susceptible to
this.
If you have any questions or
problems concerning your
player, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Important Safety
Instructions
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5)
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near
water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation
openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat
sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other.
A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
10)Protect the power cord from
being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
11)Only use attachments/
accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12)Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
About this manual
• In this manual, “disc” is used
as a general reference for the
BDs, DVDs, or CDs unless
otherwise specified by the text
or illustrations.
• Icons, such as BD , listed
at the top of each explanation
indicate what kind of discs can
be used with the function
being explained.
For details, see “Playable
Discs” (page 73).
• Instructions in this manual
describe the controls on the
remote. You can also use the
controls on the player if they
have the similar symbols as
those on the remote.
• The on-screen display
illustrations used in this
manual may not match the
graphics displayed on your TV
screen.
• NEED-to-know information
(to prevent incorrect
operation) is listed under the
b icon. NICE-to-know
information (tips and other
useful information) is listed
under the z icon.
13)Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of
time.
14)Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been
dropped.
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Table of Contents
WARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Guide to Parts and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hookups and Settings
Hooking Up the Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Step 1: Connecting to Your TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connecting to an HDMI jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
About the BRAVIA Sync features (for HDMI connections only) . . . . . . 16
Connecting to component video jacks (Y, Pb, Pr) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Connecting to audio/video or S VIDEO jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Step 2: Connecting to Your AV Amplifier (Receiver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Connecting to an HDMI jack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Connecting to digital jacks (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting to 7.1 channel jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Connecting to audio L/R jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Step 3: Inserting the External Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Step 4: Connecting to the Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Step 5: Connecting the AC Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Step 6: Preparing the Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Controlling TVs with the remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Step 7: Easy Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Step 8: Setting Wireless LAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Setting wireless LAN (Automatic registration (WPS)) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Setting wireless LAN (Access point scan) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Playback
Playing BDs/DVDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Using the BD’s or DVD’s menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Enjoying BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Searching for a scene quickly (Scene Search) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Searching for a Title/Chapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Displaying the playing time and play information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Adjusting pictures and sound for videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Playing Music CDs and MP3 Audio Tracks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Playing Photo Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Playing from a USB device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Playing Photo Files via a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Preparing for the server/player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Playing photo files on a DLNA server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
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Settings and Adjustments
Using the Settings Displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Network Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Video Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Audio Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
BD/DVD Viewing Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Photo Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Easy Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Resetting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Additional Information
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Self-Diagnosis Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Playable Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Video Output Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Audio Output Signals and Player Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
About Wireless LAN Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Language Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Parental Control/Area Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Terms and Conditions of Use and End User License Agreement . . . . . . . . . 80
Software License Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Before operating the player, please read “Terms and Conditions of Use and End User License
Agreement” (page 80).
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b
Guide to Parts and
Controls
The available functions of the remote differ
depending on the disc or the situation.
A Z OPEN/CLOSE (page 35)
Opens or closes the disc tray.
For more information, see the pages in
parentheses.
Remote
THEATER (page 16)
Switches to the optimum video mode for
watching movies automatically. When
connected with an AV amplifier
(receiver) using the HDMI cable, the
speaker output also switches
automatically.
When connected with a Theater Modecompatible TV using the HDMI cable,
the TV’s video mode switches to Theater
Mode.
b
The THEATER button functions only when
connected to a Sony Theater Mode-compatible
AV amplifier (receiver) or Sony Theater
Mode-compatible TV.
TV [/1 (on/standby) (page 28)
Turns on the TV, or sets to standby mode.
[/1 (on/standby) (page 29)
Turns on the player, or sets to standby
mode.
B Number buttons (page 39, 64)
Enters the title/chapter numbers, etc.
CLEAR
Clears the entry field.
C TIME (page 11)
Displays the elapsed/remaining playback
time in the front panel display. Each time
you press the button, the display switches
between elapsed playback time and
remaining playback time.
AUDIO (page 58)
Selects the language track when multilingual tracks are recorded on BDROMs/DVD VIDEOs.
Selects the sound track on CDs.
SUBTITLE (page 58)
Selects the subtitle language when multilingual subtitles are recorded on BDROMs/DVD VIDEOs.
Number 5, AUDIO, N PLAY, and TV VOL +
buttons have a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a
reference when operating the player.
8
ANGLE
Switches to other viewing angles when
multi-angles are recorded on BD-ROMs/
DVD VIDEOs.
DISPLAY (page 39)
Displays the playback information on the
screen.
D Color buttons (RED/GREEN/
BLUE/YELLOW)
Short cut keys for selecting items on
some BD’s menus (can also be used for
BD’s Java interactive operations).
E TOP MENU (page 37)
Opens or closes the BD’s or DVD’s Top
Menu.
POP UP/MENU (page 37)
Opens or closes the BD-ROM’s Pop-up
Menu, or the DVD’s menu.
OPTIONS (page 37, 44)
The options menu that can be selected
appears on the screen.
HOME (page 35, 47)
Enters the player’s home menu.
Exits the home menu when a CD is
inserted.
RETURN
Returns to the previous display.
</M/m/,
Moves the highlight to select a displayed
item.
Center button (ENTER)
Enters the selected item.
F . PREV/NEXT > (previous/
next)
Skips to the previous/next chapter, track,
or file.
To go to the beginning of the previous
track, press . PREV twice.
REPLAY/ADVANCE
(instant replay/instant advance)
Replays the scene/briefly fast forwards
the scene.
Each time you press ADVANCE
,
briefly fast forwards the current scenes
for 15 seconds.
Each time you press REPLAY
,
briefly replays the current scenes for 10
seconds.
m/M (fast reverse/fast
forward)
Fast reverses/fast forwards the disc when
pressed during playback.
Each time you press the button, search
speed changes as follows*:
Playback direction
M1 (×10) t M2 (×30) t M3
(×120)
Reverse direction
n (×1) t m1 (×10) t m2 (×30)
t m3 (×120)
When you press and hold the button, fast
forward/fast reverse continues at the
selected speed until you release the
button.
* Search speed does not change when playing
CDs and MP3 audio tracks.
Speed multiple values are approximate.
– To resume normal playback, press
N PLAY.
To play in slow, freeze frame (playback
direction only)
Plays BDs/DVDs in slow motion when
M is pressed for more than one second
in pause mode.
Plays one frame at a time when M is
pressed briefly in pause mode.
– To resume normal playback, press
N PLAY.
N PLAY (page 35)
Starts or re-starts playback.
Resumes playback from the point where
you press x STOP (Resume Play).
Plays a slideshow when a disc containing
JPEG image files is inserted.
SCENE SEARCH (page 38)
Switches to Scene Search mode that lets
you move quickly between scenes within
the title currently being played back.
X PAUSE
Pauses or re-starts playback.
x STOP
Stops playback and remembers the stop
point (resume point) (page 36, 43).
The resume point for a title/track is the
last point you played or the last photo for
a photo folder.
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G i SURROUND (page 41)
INPUT (input select) (page 28)
Turns on or off the headphone surround
mode.
Switches between TV and other input
sources.
PHONE LEVEL +/– (page 41)
LIGHT
Adjusts the headphone volume when
headphones are connected and a disc is
being played.
Lights up the 5 and 6 buttons (except
</M/m/, and ENTER) and is useful
for operation in the dark.
TV VOL (TV volume) +/–
(page 28)
Adjusts the TV volume.
Front panel
The N button has a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating the player.
A [/1 (on/standby) (page 29)
Turns on the player, or sets to standby
mode.
B Disc tray (page 35)
C Blu-ray Disc indicator
Lights up in white when the player is
turned on.
Lights up in blue when playing BDs.
D Front panel display (page 11)
E WLAN indicator
Lights up when “Wireless” is selected as
a connection method in “Internet
Settings” under the “Network Settings”
setup (page 62).
F Remote sensor (page 27)
G N (play), x (stop) (page 35)
Starts or stops playback.
10
H Z (open/close) (page 35)
Opens or closes the disc tray.
I
USB jack (page 45)
Connect a USB device to this jack.
J PHONES jack (page 41)
Connect headphones to this jack.
To lock the disc tray (Child Lock)
You can lock the disc tray to prevent it being
opened by mistake.
When the player is turned on, hold down N
on the player for more than 10 seconds until
“LOCKED” appears in the front panel
display. The disc tray is locked.
To unlock the disc tray, hold down N on the
player until “UNLOCK” appears in the front
panel display.
Front panel display
A N, X
Lights up during playback or pause.
B HD (page 50)
Lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/
1080p video signals from the HDMI
OUT jack or 720p/1080i video signals
from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks.
C HDMI (page 15)
F Network connection indicator
Lights up when accessing the network
and downloading the player’s software.
For details on downloading the player’s
software, see page 48.
b
The network connection indicator may not
light up during the network diagnostic or other
operations even when accessing the network.
Lights up when an HDMI device is
recognized.
D EXT (page 24)
Lights up when the external memory is
recognized.
E Playback information
You can check the time information.
Press TIME repeatedly during playback.
The display changes as follows.
When playing a BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO
Elapsed time of the current title
r
Remaining time of the current title
When playing a CD
Elapsed time of the current track
r
Remaining time of the current track
r
Elapsed time of the current disc*
r
Remaining time of the current disc*
* Except MP3 audio tracks
z
“T” (Title or Track), “C” (Chapter), or “D”
(Disc) may be displayed depending on the
disc.
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Rear panel
A COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(Y, PB, PR) jacks (page 17)
F EXT slot (page 24)
B LINE OUT (S VIDEO) jack
(page 18)
H HDMI OUT jack (page 15, 20)
C LINE OUT (R-AUDIO-L) jacks
(page 17, 18, 23)
D MULTI CHANNEL OUTPUT
(FRONT L/R, SURROUND L/R,
SUR BACK L/R, CENTER,
SUBWOOFER) jacks (page 22)
E Ventilation holes
The ventilation fan is inside the player.
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G AC IN terminal (page 27)
I LINE OUT (VIDEO) jack (page 18)
J DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) jack
(page 21)
K DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack
(page 21)
L LAN (100) terminal (page 25)
Hooking Up the Player
Follow steps 1 through 8 to hook up and
adjust the settings of the player. Do not
connect the AC power cord until you reach
“Step 5: Connecting the AC Power Cord”
(page 27).
Hookups and Settings
Check that you have the following items.
• Audio/video cable (phono plug ×3) (1)
• AC power cord (1)
• External memory (1)
• Remote commander (remote) (1)
• Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
Hookups and
Settings
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Step 1: Connecting to Your TV
About video/HDMI OUT jacks
The player has the following video jacks. Connect the player to your TV according to the input
jacks on your TV.
When connecting the player to your TV using the HDMI cable, you can enjoy high quality
digital pictures and sound through the HDMI OUT jack.
Jack type
High
quality
Video resolution
Hookup
Digital
See “Connecting to an
High Definition:
HDMI jack” on
1080/24p, 1080p,
page 15.
1080i, 720p
Standard Definition:
480p, 480i
Analog
High Definition:
1080i, 720p
Standard Definition:
480p, 480i
See “Connecting to
component video jacks
(Y, Pb, Pr)” on
page 17.
Standard Definition: See “Connecting to
480i
audio/video or S
VIDEO jacks” on
page 18.
Standard Definition: See “Connecting to
480i
audio/video or S
VIDEO jacks” on
page 18.
Standard
quality
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b
To connect to a TV with DVI input
• Plug in cables securely to prevent unwanted
noise.
• Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the
components to be connected.
• You cannot connect this player to a TV that does
not have a video input jack.
• Do not apply too much pressure on the connecting
cables. Pushing against the cabinet wall, etc., may
damage the cables or jacks.
Use an HDMI-DVI converter cable (not
supplied). The DVI jack will not accept any
audio signals, so you have to use another
audio connection in addition to this
connection (page 19).
Furthermore, you cannot connect the HDMI
OUT jack to DVI jacks that are not HDCP
compliant (e.g., DVI jacks on PC displays).
Connecting to an HDMI jack
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Hookups and Settings
Connect the player and your TV using an HDMI cable to enjoy high quality digital pictures and
sound through the HDMI OUT jack.
If you connect a Sony TV that is compatible with the “Control for HDMI” function (page 16),
refer to the instruction manual supplied with the TV.
If you connect a 1080/24p- or 1080p-compatible TV, use a High Speed HDMI cable.
HDMI cable (not supplied)
TV
Notes on connecting to the HDMI OUT jack
Observe the following as improper handling
may damage the HDMI OUT jack and the
connector.
• Carefully align the HDMI OUT jack on the
rear of the player and the HDMI connector
by checking their shapes. Make sure the
connector is not upside down or tilted.
• Do not press the player against the cabinet
wall when you place the player in a cabinet
with the HDMI cable connected. It may
damage the HDMI OUT jack or the HDMI
cable.
• When connecting or disconnecting, do not
screw in or rotate the HDMI connector.
About indicators for HDMI connection
When the connected HDMI-compatible
component is recognized, the HDMI
indicator lights up in the front panel display.
• Be sure to disconnect the HDMI cable when
moving the player.
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b
• Not all high definition television sets are fully
compatible with this product and may cause
artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In the case
of 480i/480p/720p/1080i/1080p scan picture
problems, it is recommended that the user switch
the connection to the LINE OUT VIDEO or S
VIDEO jack. If there are questions regarding our
TV set compatibility with this model 480i/480p/
720p/1080i/1080p Blu-ray Disc/DVD player,
please contact our customer service center.
• If the picture is not clear, not natural or not to your
satisfaction, change the video output resolution in
step 3 of “Output Video Format” under the
“Video Settings” setup (page 50).
• Be sure to use only an HDMI cable that bears the
HDMI logo.
About the BRAVIA Sync
features (for HDMI connections
only)
By connecting Sony components that are
compatible with the “Control for HDMI”
function with an HDMI cable (not supplied),
operation is simplified as below:
• One-Touch Play
With one touch of the following buttons, the
connected TV turns on and the input
selector on the TV is switched to the player
automatically.
– [/1
– HOME: The home menu appears
automatically (page 9, 35, 47).
– N PLAY: Playback starts automatically
(page 36).
• System Power-Off
When you turn off the TV using TV [/1 or
the power button on the TV’s remote, the
player and HDMI-compatible components
turn off automatically.
• Theater
When you press THEATER, the player
automatically switches to the optimum
video mode for watching movies. When
connected with a Sony AV amplifier
(receiver) using the HDMI cable, the
speaker output also switches automatically.
When connected with a Theater Modecompatible TV using the HDMI cable, the
TV’s video mode switches to Theater
Mode. Press the button again to return to the
original setting.
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• Language Follow
When you change the language for the onscreen display on your TV, the player’s
language for the on-screen display is also
changed after turning the player off and on.
To prepare for the BRAVIA Sync features
Set “Control for HDMI” to “On” in the
“System Settings” setup (page 60).
For details on settings of your TV or other
connected components, refer to the
instruction manual supplied with the TV or
components.
z
• When connecting the Sony TV that is compatible
with the “Control for HDMI” Easy Setting
function using the HDMI cable, the “Control for
HDMI” setting of the player automatically
switches to “On” if the “Control for HDMI”
setting on the connected TV is set to “On.” Refer
to the instruction manual supplied with the TV.
• When connecting the Sony TV that is compatible
with the BRAVIA Sync features using the HDMI
cable, you can control the basic functions of the
player with the TV’s remote if the “Control for
HDMI” setting on the connected TV is set to
“On.” Refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the TV.
b
Depending on the connected component, the
“Control for HDMI” function may not work. Refer
to the instruction manual supplied with the
component.
Connecting to component video jacks (Y, PB, PR)
Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks of the player and your TV using a component
video cable. You can enjoy high-quality pictures.
Be sure to connect to the LINE OUT (R-AUDIO-L) jacks using the audio/video cable.
(green)
(blue)
(red)
Component video
cable (not supplied)
(green)
(blue)
(red)
(red)
Hookups and Settings
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
(white)
Audio/video cable
(supplied)
(red)
(white)
Match the color of the plug to
that of the jack.
Match the color of the plug to
that of the jack.
TV
: Signal flow
b
When you connect the player and TV using a
component video cable, disconnect the video plug
(yellow) of the audio/video cable.
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Connecting to audio/video or S VIDEO jacks
Connect the LINE OUT (VIDEO, R-AUDIO-L) jacks of the player and your TV using the
audio/video cable. You can enjoy standard quality pictures and sound.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
(yellow)
or
(red)
S-video cable
(not supplied)
(white)
Audio/video cable
(supplied)
(yellow)
(red)
(white)
Match the color of the plug to
that of the jack.
TV
: Signal flow
b
When you connect the player and TV using an Svideo cable, disconnect the video plug (yellow) of
the audio/video cable.
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Step 2: Connecting to Your AV Amplifier (Receiver)
About audio/HDMI OUT jacks
The player has the following audio jacks. Connect the player to your AV amplifier (receiver)
according to the input jacks on your AV amplifier (receiver).
Hookup
Digital
See “Connecting to an HDMI jack” on page 20.
See “Connecting to digital jacks (OPTICAL/
COAXIAL)” on page 21.
Analog
Hookups and Settings
Jack type
See “Connecting to 7.1 channel jacks” on page 22.
See “Connecting to audio L/R jacks” on page 23.
z
For correct speaker location, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the connected components.
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Connecting to an HDMI jack
If your AV amplifier (receiver) has an HDMI input, use this connection. You can enjoy higher
quality sound from the connected AV amplifier (receiver).
To enjoy 7.1 channel sound, use a High Speed HDMI cable.
If you connect a Sony AV amplifier (receiver) that is compatible with the “Control for HDMI”
function (page 16), refer to the instruction manual supplied with the AV amplifier (receiver).
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
HDMI cable (not supplied)
AV amplifier (receiver)
HDMI cable (not supplied)
TV
1
20
Connect the HDMI OUT jack of the
player and your AV amplifier
(receiver).
2
Set “BD Audio Setting” to “Direct” in
the “Audio Settings” setup (page 56).
To enjoy the secondary audio
(commentary), set “BD Audio Setting”
to “Mix.”
z
Check the following settings:
– “Audio Output Priority” is set to “HDMI” in the
“Audio Settings” setup (page 53).
– “Audio (HDMI)” is set to “Auto” in the “Audio
Settings” setup (page 56).
b
Not all HDMI-compatible AV amplifiers
(receivers) accept 8ch Linear PCM signals. Refer as
well to instruction manual supplied with the
connected AV amplifier (receiver).
If your AV amplifier (receiver) has a Dolby*1 Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, or DTS*2 decoder and
a digital input jack, you can enjoy Dolby Digital (5.1ch), Dolby Pro Logic (4.0ch), or DTS
(5.1ch) surround effects.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Hookups and Settings
Connecting to digital jacks (OPTICAL/COAXIAL)
or
Optical digital cable
(not supplied)
Coaxial digital cable
(not supplied)
AV amplifier (receiver)
: Signal flow
1
Connect the digital jack of the player
and your AV amplifier (receiver).
2
Set “Audio Output Priority” to
“Coaxial/Optical” in the “Audio
Settings” setup (page 53).
3
Make the appropriate settings in
“Dolby Digital” and “DTS” under the
“Audio Settings” setup (page 56).
Otherwise, no sound or a loud noise will
come from your speakers.
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*1
*2
Connecting to 7.1 channel jacks
If your AV amplifier (receiver) has 7.1 channel inputs, you can enjoy multi channel surround
sound.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Stereo audio cable
(not supplied)
Stereo audio cable
(not supplied)
Stereo audio cable
(not supplied)
Monaural audio
cable (not supplied)
AV amplifier (receiver)
: Signal flow
22
Monaural audio
cable (not supplied)
1
Connect the 7.1 channel jacks of the
player and your AV amplifier
(receiver).
2
Set “Audio Output Priority” to “Multi
Channel Analog” in the “Audio
Settings” setup (page 53).
3
Make the appropriate settings in
“Speaker Settings” under the “Audio
Settings” setup (page 53).
If your AV amplifier (receiver) only has L and R audio input jacks, use this connection.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
(red)
Hookups and Settings
Connecting to audio L/R jacks
(white)
Audio/video cable
(supplied)
(red)
(white)
Match the color of the plug to
that of the jack.
AV amplifier (receiver)
: Signal flow
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b
Step 3: Inserting the
External Memory
To enjoy additional content (such as
BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE) on certain Blu-ray
Disc titles, you will need to use the supplied
external memory.
Insert the external memory device (1 GB or
larger USB flash memory, such as Sony
USM2GL, USM4GL, or USM1GH) into the
EXT slot as your local storage.
b
The BD-LIVE function will not be available even if
you insert the external memory in the USB jack on
the front panel.
Insert the external memory into the EXT
slot as far as it will go.
Check that the EXT indicator lights up in the
front panel display when turning the player
on.
Rear of the player
External memory
(supplied)
With the logo side up
To remove the external memory
1
2
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Press [/1 to turn the player off.
Pull out the external memory from the
EXT slot.
• Insert the external memory straight. If you force
the external memory into the slot, this will cause
damage to both the external memory and the
player.
• Keep the external memory away from small
children to prevent them from accidentally
swallowing the external memory.
• Do not apply too much pressure to the external
memory in the slot, as it may cause a malfunction.
• We recommend use of the Sony USM4GL
available as of April 2009.
• Other USB flash devices may support this
function. However we cannot guarantee
compatibility with all USB flash memories.
• When inserting a USB flash memory, check the
insertion direction before inserting it.
• Depending on the USB flash memory, it may
stick out from the EXT slot. Do not force into the
slot or apply pressure to the protruding portion of
the USB flash memory.
• Do not connect anything other than a USB flash
memory to the EXT slot.
• To avoid data corruption or damage to the
external memory, turn the player off when
inserting or removing the external memory.
• When the EXT indicator does not light up, turn
the player off, remove and re-insert the external
memory, then turn the player on again.
• Do not insert the external memory that contains
photo or music files to avoid corrupting the
external memory data.
• When re-formatting the USB flash memory, use
FAT16 or FAT32 format.
Step 4: Connecting to the Network
1
Connect the player to your Internet source via a wireless LAN router.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Wireless LAN router
(access point)
Hookups and Settings
Connect the player to your Internet source. Select the connecting method, connecting via a
wireless LAN router (access point) (below) or to a broadband router directly (page 26). You can
enjoy the BD-LIVE function (page 37), play photo files via a network (page 46), or update the
player’s software (page 48).
ADSL modem/
Cable modem
PC
Internet
LAN cable (not supplied)
Refer also to the instruction manual supplied with the wireless LAN router.
2
Check your connection environment on your PC and make the appropriate settings.
Wireless LAN router (access point)
Security Setting
Type
Security is set.
Check the security setting of your
connected network on your PC screen.
Example: Windows XP*1
Wi-Fi Protected
Setup*2-compatible
A message with the lock icon indicates
that security is enabled.
No security is set.*3
Check the security setting of your
connected network on your PC screen.
Example: Windows XP*1
Settings
See “Setting wireless LAN
(Automatic registration
(WPS))” on page 32.
Not Wi-Fi Protected See “Setting wireless LAN
Setup-compatible
(Access point scan)” on
page 33.
Any type
See “Setting wireless LAN
(Access point scan)” on
page 33.
A message indicates that no security is
set.
*1
*2
When you use other operating systems, refer to the Help of your PC.
You can set the network settings easily with one press of the WPS button on the wireless LAN router
(access point). Wi-Fi Protected Setup-compatible wireless LAN routers (access points) may have the
logo (“
”).
*3
For details, see “No Security” on page 77.
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To connect a broadband router directly
1
Connect the LAN (100) terminal of the
player to a broadband router.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
To update the player’s software using the
network
See “Network Update” (page 48) and
“Software Update Notification” (page 61).
b
Do not connect a phone line to the LAN (100)
terminal, as it may cause a malfunction.
To enjoy the BD-LIVE function
See “Enjoying BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE” on
page 37.
b
To enjoy the BD-LIVE function, we recommend
using an Internet connection with an effective speed
of 1 Mbps or greater, depending on your connection
environment and network condition.
LAN cable
(not supplied)
Broadband
router
To PC
LAN cable
(not supplied)
ADSL modem/
Cable modem
Internet
2
Make the appropriate settings in
“Internet Settings” under the “Network
Settings” setup (page 62).
b
• Depending on the modem or router, the type of
LAN cable, straight or crossing, differs. For
details on the LAN cables, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the modem or router.
• Do not connect the LAN terminal of the player to
the LAN terminal of the PC.
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Step 6: Preparing the
Remote
After all of the other connections are
complete, connect the supplied AC power
cord to the AC IN terminal of the player.
Then plug the player and TV AC power cords
into the AC outlet.
You can control the player using the supplied
remote. Insert two Size AA (R6) batteries by
matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries
to the markings inside the battery
compartment. When using the remote, point
it at the remote sensor
on the player
(page 10).
1
Hookups and Settings
Step 5: Connecting the
AC Power Cord
to AC IN
2
b
to AC outlet
• Use the batteries correctly to avoid possible
leakage and corrosion. Should leakage occur, do
not touch the liquid with bare hands. Observe the
following:
– Do not use a new battery with an old battery, or
batteries of different manufacturers.
– Do not attempt to recharge the batteries.
– If you do not intend to use the remote for an
extended period of time, remove the batteries.
– If battery leakage occurs, wipe out any liquid
inside the battery compartment, and insert new
batteries.
• Do not expose the remote sensor (marked
on
the front panel) to strong light, such as direct
sunlight or a lighting apparatus. The player may
not respond to the remote.
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b
Controlling TVs with the
remote
You can control the volume, input source,
and power switch of your Sony TV with the
supplied remote.
b
When you replace the batteries of the remote, the
code number may be reset to the default setting. Set
the appropriate code number again.
TV [/1
Number
buttons
INPUT
TV VOL +/–
Available buttons
Depending on the connected unit, you may
not be able to control your TV with some or
all of the buttons (TV [/1, INPUT, or TV
VOL +/–).
Buttons
Operations
TV [/1
Turns your TV on or off.
INPUT (input
select)
TV VOL (TV
volume) +/–
Switches your TV’s input
source between the TV
and other input sources.
Adjusts the volume of
your TV.
To control other TVs with the remote
You can control the volume, input source,
and power switch of non-Sony TVs as well.
If your TV is listed in the table below, set the
appropriate manufacturer’s code.
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If you enter a new code number, the code number
previously entered will be erased.
1
While holding down TV [/1, enter the
TV’s manufacturer code using the
number buttons.
For instance, to enter “09,” press “0” then
“9.”
Code numbers of controllable TVs
If more than one code number is listed,
try entering them one at a time until you
find the one that works with your TV.
Manufacturer
Code number
Sony
01 (default)
Admiral
10, 18
Akai
04, 12
AOC
04
Bell & Howell
18
Broksonic
04, 12
CCE
08, 22
Craig
14
Croslex
08
Crown
14
Curtis Mathis
04, 07, 12, 14
Daewoo
04, 12, 22
Daytron
03
Emerson
03, 04, 05, 12, 14,
23
Fisher
11
Funai
23
General Electric
04, 06, 10, 12
LG/Goldstar
03, 04, 12, 17
Gradients
09
Hitachi
02, 03, 04
J.C.Penney
04, 10, 12, 17
JVC
09
KTV
03, 04, 12, 14
LXI (Sears)
04, 07, 08, 10, 11,
12
Magnavox
03, 04, 06, 08, 12,
21
Code number
Marantz
13
Mitsubishi/MGA
04, 12, 13
NEC
04, 12
Panasonic
06, 19
Philco
02, 03, 04, 08, 12
Philips
08, 21
Pioneer
06, 07, 16
Portland
04, 12
When turned on for the first time
Quasar
06
Radio Shack
04, 05, 10, 13, 14
Wait for a short while before the player
turns on and starts Easy Setup.
RCA/PROSCAN
04, 10, 12
Samsung
03, 04, 12, 20
Sanyo
11, 14
Scott
04, 12, 14
SEMP Toshiba
07
Sharp
03, 05, 18
Signature2000
18
Sylvania
04, 08, 12, 23
Symphonic
14
Toshiba
07, 18
Videch
02, 04, 12
Wards
03, 04, 12
Zenith
15
Release TV [/1.
Step 7: Easy Setup
Follow the steps below to make the minimum
number of basic adjustments for using the
player. If you do not complete Easy Setup, it
will appear each time you turn on your
player.
Make the settings below in the following
order.
Hookups and Settings
2
Manufacturer
[/1
TV [/1
</M/m/,,
ENTER
HOME
1
2
Turn on the TV.
Press [/1 to turn on the player.
The player turns on after a moment.
3
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the player
appears on your TV screen.
The display for OSD language selection
appears.
• If the display for OSD language
selection does not appear
Press HOME, and select “Easy Setup”
in the “Setup” setup (page 67). Then,
select “Start,” and press ENTER.
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4
Select a language for the on-screen
displays using M/m, and press
ENTER.
7
Make the appropriate settings
depending on the cables connected to
your TV.
When you select “HDMI” in step 6
1 Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
The test screen appears for about 30
seconds.
Example: when the video output
resolution is set to 1080i
The initial settings message appears.
5
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
Current video output resolution setting
b
6
Select the cable type used to connect
the player and your TV, and press
ENTER.
If no picture appears, press RETURN to
return to step 6, and select “Component
Video.”
2 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
The display asks for confirmation.
3 Select “OK” or “Cancel,” and press
ENTER.
When you select “Component Video” in
step 6
b
When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time,
select “Component Video.”
1 Select a video output resolution for
the connected TV, and press ENTER.
For details about the video output
resolution, see page 51.
The test screen appears for about 30
seconds. For the test screen, see
“When you select “HDMI” in step 6”
(above).
b
If no picture appears, press RETURN to
return to the previous screen, and change
the resolution setting.
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2 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
The display asks for confirmation.
10 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
3 Select “OK” or “Cancel,” and press
ENTER.
z
• You can reset settings to their factory settings
(page 67).
• You can run “Easy Setup” again from “Easy
Setup” in “Setup” (page 67).
Hookups and Settings
When you select “Video or S Video” in
step 6
Select an aspect ratio that matches your
TV, and press ENTER.
Select “16:9” when connecting to a widescreen TV or a TV with a wide mode
function.
Select “4:3” when connecting to a 4:3
screen TV without a wide mode function.
8
Select “Allow” to allow Internet
connections from BD contents, and
press ENTER.
Select “Do not allow” to not allow
Internet connections from BD contents.
9
Set “Quick Start Mode” to “On” or
“Off,” and press ENTER.
For details about “Quick Start Mode,”
see page 60.
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Step 8: Setting Wireless
LAN
The network settings differ depending on
your connection method or the wireless LAN
router (access point). See “Step 4:
Connecting to the Network” on page 25 to
check the appropriate settings.
Setting wireless LAN
(Automatic registration (WPS))
9 Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
10 Press and hold the WPS button on the
wireless LAN router (access point)
until the light on the wireless LAN
router (access point) starts to blink.
Press the WPS button within 2 minutes
after step 9.
The message “Access point registration
is complete.” appears.
Example: when the wireless LAN router
(access point) has a WPS button
Use the following procedure when you
connect the player to a Wi-Fi Protected
Setup-compatible wireless LAN router
(access point) with security set.
b
The wireless settings of the wireless LAN router
(access point) may change automatically if you use
the Wi-Fi Protected Setup function before adjusting
the settings of the wireless LAN router (access
point). In this case, you may need to change the
wireless settings of your PC accordingly. For
details, refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the wireless LAN router (access point).
1
Follow steps 1 and 2 of “Step 4:
Connecting to the Network” on page
25.
2
3
4
Press HOME.
5
6
7
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
8
Check the position of the WPS button
on the wireless LAN router (access
point) and how to press it.
Select
(Setup) using </,.
Select “Internet Settings” in “Network
Settings,” and press ENTER.
Select “Wireless,” and press ENTER.
Select “Automatic registration
(WPS),” and press ENTER.
The position of the WPS button and how
to press it differ depending on the
wireless LAN router (access point). For
details, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the wireless LAN router
(access point).
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b
• When the player does not detect a wireless
LAN router (access point), repeat from step
9 after a while.
• In some cases, depending on the security of
the wireless LAN router (access point), it
may not be possible to use the Wi-Fi
Protected Setup function. In this case, follow
the on-screen instructions, and change the
settings of the wireless LAN router (access
point).
11 Select “Do not use,” and press
ENTER.
If your Internet service provider has a
specific proxy server setting, select
“Use.” For details, see “Network
Settings” on page 62.
12 Select “Perform” using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The network diagnostic starts.
Results are displayed after the player
finishes the network diagnostic.
If an error message appears, follow the
on-screen instructions.
For further details, visit the following
website and check the FAQ contents:
http://www.sony.com/blurayupdate
13 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
14 Check the settings, and select
“Finish,” then press ENTER.
Setting wireless LAN (Access
point scan)
Use the following procedure when you
connect the player to a wireless LAN router
(access point) that is Wi-Fi Protected Setupcompatible without security set or not Wi-Fi
Protected Setup-compatible.
1
Follow steps 1 and 2 of “Step 4:
Connecting to the Network” on page
25.
2
Check the SSID and the security key on
the setting screen of your wireless
LAN router (access point).
For information about how to use the
setting screen of the wireless LAN router
(access point), visit the following
website or consult the manufacturer of
the wireless LAN router (access point):
http://www.sony.com/blurayupdate
– Security type: For details on the type of
security that can be used on this player,
see “About Wireless LAN Security” on
page 77.
– Security key: The wireless LAN router
(access point) has a WEP or WPA key
according to the selected security type.
z
WEP or WPA key may be displayed as
“passphrase” or “network key” depending on
the wireless LAN router (access point).
3
4
5
Press HOME.
6
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
Select
(Setup) using </,.
Select “Internet Settings” in “Network
Settings,” and press ENTER.
Select “Wireless,” and press ENTER.
Select “Access point scan,” and press
ENTER.
The player will detect nearby access
points and display the SSID (Service Set
Identifier) and security settings.
9
Select the access point with the SSID
you checked in step 2, and press
ENTER.
When your wireless LAN router (access
point) is not detected, press RETURN
and repeat from step 8 after a while. If the
router is still not detected, press
RETURN to select “Manual registration”
in step 8. For details, see “Internet
Settings” on page 62.
Hookups and Settings
The message “Settings are complete.”
appears.
If an error message appears in the
network diagnostic results, check the
message. Then, set the network settings
again or perform the network diagnostic
again.
7
8
10 Check the security, and press ENTER.
The display for entering WEP or WPA
key appears.
• If you select “None,” go to step 13.
z
The appropriate security is automatically
selected. You do not normally need to change
the security.
11 Press ENTER to input the WEP or WPA
key.
To enter characters, see page 64.
b
Make sure the WEP or WPA key is correctly
entered before you proceed to step 12. Once
you press , in step 12, you cannot check the
characters on the screen.
12 Press ,.
b
The WEP or WPA key is displayed as 8
asterisks no matter how many characters you
enter.
13 Select “Auto Acquisition,” and press
ENTER.
If you use a static IP address, select
“Manual.” For details, see “Network
Settings” on page 62.
14 Select “Auto,” and press ENTER.
If you specify a DNS server, select
“Manual.” For details, see “Network
Settings” on page 62.
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15 Select “Do not use,” and press
ENTER.
If your Internet service provider has a
specific proxy server setting, select
“Use.” For details, see “Network
Settings” on page 62.
16 Select “Perform” using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The network diagnostic starts.
Results are displayed after the player
finishes the network diagnostic.
If an error message appears, follow the
on-screen instructions.
For further details, visit the following
website and check the FAQ contents:
http://www.sony.com/blurayupdate
17 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
18 Check the settings, and select
“Finish,” then press ENTER.
The message “Settings are complete.”
appears.
If an error message appears in the
network diagnostic results, check the
message and set the network settings
again.
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Playing BDs/DVDs
BD
DVD
Z OPEN/
CLOSE
Playback
Number
buttons
</M/m/,,
ENTER
OPTIONS
HOME
N PLAY
X PAUSE
x STOP
1
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the player
appears on your TV screen.
2
Press Z OPEN/CLOSE, and place a
disc on the disc tray.
Playback
Playing side facing down
3
Press Z OPEN/CLOSE to close the
disc tray.
• When you insert a commercially
available BD-ROM or DVD VIDEO,
playback automatically starts
depending on the disc.
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4
5
6
Press HOME.
Select “Video” using </,.
Select
using M/m, and press
N PLAY or ENTER.
b
• The point where you stopped playing is cleared
from memory when:
– you open the disc tray,
– you play another title,
– you change the settings on the player, or
– you remove the external memory (for BDROMs).
• The player may not resume playback depending
on the disc or stop point.
To play restricted BDs or DVDs (Parental
Control)
For commercially available BD-ROMs
or DVD VIDEOs, playback starts.
For BDs or DVDs recorded on other
equipment, the title list appears. Select a
title using M/m, and press N PLAY or
ENTER.
Playback starts.
To stop playback
When you play a restricted BD, change the
“BD Parental Control” setting in the “BD/
DVD Viewing Settings” setup (page 58).
When you play a restricted DVD, the display
for entering your password appears on the
screen.
Enter your four-digit password using the
number buttons, and press ENTER.
Playback starts.
To register or change the password, see
“Password” (page 59).
Press x STOP.
To pause playback
Press X PAUSE.
z
In the title list, “PL” (Playlist) is displayed next to
the name of titles that are created and edited from
their originals.
To play restricted BD-REs or BD-Rs (Disc
Lock)
When you play a BD-RE or BD-R restricted
by the Disc Lock function, the display for
entering your password appears on the
screen.
1
Enter the four-digit password that has
been registered when creating the disc
using the number buttons, and press
ENTER.
2
Select a title, and press N PLAY or
ENTER.
Playback starts.
b
• Depending on the disc you may not be able to do
some of the playback operations. Refer to the
instruction manual supplied with the disc.
• Depending on BDs or DVDs recorded on other
equipment, title lists or title names may not be
displayed.
To resume playback from the point where
you stopped (Resume Play)
After stopping playback, select
using M/
m, and press N PLAY or ENTER.
The player resumes playback from the point
where you pressed x STOP.
One-Touch Play (for HDMI connection
only)
Press N PLAY.
The player and the connected TV turn on and
the input selector on the TV is switched to the
player, then playback starts automatically.
b
To start from the beginning, press OPTIONS
to select “Play from beginning,” and press
ENTER. Playback starts from the beginning
of the title.
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• When using the HDMI connection, there may be
a delay before the playback picture appears on the
screen, and the beginning portion of the playback
picture may not be displayed.
• To use the One-Touch Play function, set “Control
for HDMI” to “On” (default) in the “System
Settings” setup (page 60).
Available OPTIONS
1
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
2
Select an item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
The available items differ depending on
the disc type or player situation.
Details
Headphones
Type
Selects the headphones
type (page 41).
Video Settings Adjusts settings for
picture (page 40).
Audio Settings Adjusts settings for
sound (page 41).
Title List
Displays the title list.
Play
Plays the title from the
point where you pressed
x STOP.
Play from
beginning
Plays the title from the
beginning.
Top Menu
Displays the disc’s Top
Menu (page 37).
Menu/Popup
Menu
Displays the BDROM’s Pop-up Menu or
DVD’s menu (page 37).
Stop
Stops playback.
Title Search
Searches for a title and
starts playback from the
beginning (page 39).
Chapter
Search
Searches for a chapter
and starts playback
from the beginning
(page 39).
BD
DVD
To display Top Menu
When you play a BD or DVD, you can
display the Top Menu.
1
Press TOP MENU during playback.
The Top Menu appears.
2
Select an item using </M/m/,.
To display Pop-up Menus
Playback
Items
Using the BD’s or DVD’s menu
Some BD-ROMs contain Pop-up Menus that
appear without interrupting playback.
1
Press POP UP/MENU during playback.
The Pop-up Menu appears.
2
Select an item using </M/m/,, color
buttons, or the number buttons, and
follow the on-screen instructions.
Enjoying BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE
BD
Some BD-ROMs with “BD-LIVE Logo*”
have bonus contents and other data that can
be downloaded to the external memory (local
storage) for enjoyment.
*
1
If a disc is inserted, remove the disc
from the player.
2
3
Turn the player off.
Insert the external memory (supplied)
into the EXT slot on the rear of the
player.
The external memory is used as the local
storage.
Make sure that the external memory is
properly inserted into the player
(page 24).
4
Connect the player to a network
(page 25).
5
6
Turn the player on.
Set “BD Internet Connection” to
“Allow” in the “BD/DVD Viewing
Settings” setup (page 59).
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7
Insert a BD-ROM with BONUSVIEW/
BD-LIVE.
The operation method differs depending
on the disc. Refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the disc.
To delete data in the external memory
You can delete unnecessary data.
1
If a disc is inserted, remove the disc from
the player.
2
3
4
Press HOME.
5
6
7
Select “Video” using </,.
Select “BD Data” using M/m, and press
ENTER.
Searching for a scene quickly
(Scene Search)
BD
DVD
You can move quickly between scenes within
the title currently being played back.
1
Press SCENE SEARCH during playback
or in pause mode.
Playback pauses and a bar with a scene
indicator appears at the bottom of the
screen.
2
Select the disc name, and press
OPTIONS.
Move the scene indicator to the scene
you are searching for using </, or
m/M.
Scene indicator
Select “Erase,” and press ENTER.
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
The data of the selected disc will be
deleted.
z
• To delete all data in the external memory at once,
select “Erase All” in step 6.
• Press ENTER instead of OPTIONS in step 5 to
skip step 6.
The current point
The scene indicator on the bar is
displayed around the playing point.
b
• The downloaded contents may not be displayed
depending on the disc, if you delete the Shared
Cache Data.
• Depending on the BD-ROM, the disc name may
not be displayed.
3
Release the button at the point you
want to watch.
The scene at which you released the
button is displayed in pause mode.
To search for a scene again, move the
scene indicator using </, or m/
M.
4
Press SCENE SEARCH, ENTER,
N PLAY, or X PAUSE.
Playback starts.
To cancel Scene Search mode
Press SCENE SEARCH, ENTER,
N PLAY, or X PAUSE.
Playback starts from the point you pressed
the button.
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b
• The Scene Search function is available for titles
longer than 100 seconds and shorter than 100
hours.
• The Scene Search function may not be available
depending on the disc.
Searching for a Title/Chapter
BD
DVD
1
BD
DVD
You can check the title information,
including the video transmission rate, etc.
Press DISPLAY.
The displayed information differs depending
on the disc type and player status.
Example: when playing a BD-ROM
Playback
You can search for a chapter if the title
contains chapter marks.
Displaying the playing time and
play information
Press OPTIONS during playback or in
pause mode.
The options menu appears.
2
Select a search method using M/m,
and press ENTER.
“Title Search” (for BD-ROMs/DVD
VIDEOs)
“Chapter Search”
The display for entering the number
appears.
Example: Chapter Search
A The current selected angle
B Title number or name
C The currently selected audio setting
D Available functions (
audio/
subtitle)
3
4
Enter the number of the title or chapter
using the number buttons.
angle/
E Playback information
Displays Disc type/Play mode/Video
codec/Bit rate/Playing status bar/
Playing time (Remaining time*)
If you make a mistake, press CLEAR,
and re-enter another number.
F Output resolution/Video frequency
Press ENTER.
* Displayed when you press TIME repeatedly.
After a while, the player starts playback
from the selected number.
z
• You can also check the playback information in
the front panel display (page 11).
• Press SUBTITLE, AUDIO, or ANGLE to switch
each setting.
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Adjusting pictures and sound
for videos
z
The “HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)” settings are
individually set during video and photo playback.
b
BD
DVD
To adjust the picture
1
Press OPTIONS during playback.
The options menu appears.
2
Select “Video Settings” using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The “Video Settings” screen appears.
• Set the picture setting of your TV to ‘Standard’
before changing the “Picture Quality Mode”
settings.
• “Video Settings” is not available when the
connected TV is set to Theater Mode (page 16).
• Depending on the disc or the scene being played,
“FNR,” “BNR” or “MNR” effects may be hard to
discern.
“Video Equalizer” elements
1
Select “Video Equalizer” in step 3 above,
and press ENTER.
2
Select an item, and press ENTER.
Items
3
Changes the contrast.
Contrast
((weak) –3 ~ 0
~ 3 (strong))
Select an item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
The default settings are underlined.
Items
Details
Picture Quality Selects the picture
settings for different
Mode
lighting environments.
(Standard/
Brighter Room/
Theater Room/
Memory)
Video
Equalizer
HD Reality
Enhancer
(HDMI)
NR (Noise
Reduction)
4
40
This setting is selectable
when “Picture Quality
Mode” is set to
“Memory” (see ““Video
Equalizer” elements” on
page 40).
This setting is available
only when video signals
are output from the
HDMI OUT jack (see
““HD Reality Enhancer
(HDMI)” elements” on
page 40).
Reduces the noise in the
picture (see ““NR”
elements” on page 41).
Select or adjust the settings using </M/
m/,, and press ENTER.
To adjust any other items, repeat steps 3
and 4.
Details
Brightness
((dark) –3 ~ 0
~ 3 (bright))
Changes the overall
brightness.
Chroma
((light) –3 ~ 0
~ 3 (deep))
Changes overall color
level.
Hue ((red) –3
~0~3
(green))
Changes overall color
balance.
Gamma
Adjusts the picture
balance between light
and dark areas.
“HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)” elements
1
Select “HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)”
in step 3 above, and press ENTER.
2
Select an item, and press ENTER.
Items
Details
Enhance
(–3 ~ 0 ~ 3)
Enhances the scene
picture outline pixel by
pixel.
Smooths the gradation
Smoothing
(Off/Standard/ on flat parts of the
picture.
High)
FGR (0 ~ 3)
Reduces film grain.
b
“NR” elements
1
Select “NR” in step 3 above, and press
ENTER.
2
Select an item, and press ENTER.
Details
FNR
(Off/Auto)
Reduces random noise
appearing in the picture.
BNR
(Off/Auto)
Reduces mosaic-like
block noise in the
picture.
MNR
(Off/Auto)
Reduces minor noise
around the picture
outlines (mosquito
noise).
To adjust the audio characteristics for
headphones
1
2
Connect your headphones.
3
Press OPTIONS during playback.
The options menu appears.
4
Select “Headphones Type” using M/m,
and press ENTER.
5
Select “Overhead Type” or “In Ear
Type” using M/m, and press ENTER.
6
Press SURROUND.
“Surround (Multi)” appears on the
screen, and multi channel surround
sound is output.
Press PHONE LEVEL +/– during
playback to adjust the headphone
volume.
The headphone volume bar appears on
the screen when pressing PHONE
LEVEL +/–.
To adjust the audio characteristics
1
Press OPTIONS during playback.
The options menu appears.
2
Select “Audio Settings” using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The “Audio Settings” screen appears.
3
4
Select an item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
The default settings are underlined.
Items
Details
AV SYNC
(short) 0 ~
120 msec
(long)
Adjusts the gap between
picture and sound, by
delaying the sound
output in relation to the
picture output (0 to
120 milliseconds).
Audio Filter
(for analog
audio signals
only)
• Sharp: Provides a
wide frequency range
and spatial feeling.
Normally select this.
• Slow: Provides
smooth and warm
sound.
Select or adjust the settings using </
,, and press ENTER.
To adjust any other items, repeat steps 3
and 4.
Set “Audio Output Priority” to
“Headphones” in the “Audio Settings”
setup (page 53).
Playback
Items
• The “Audio Filter” function does not work for
digital audio signals output from the HDMI OUT/
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL)/
PHONES jacks.
• There may be little effect by changing the “Audio
Filter” setting depending on the disc or playback
environment.
b
• When “Audio Output Priority” is set to other than
“Headphones” in the “Audio Settings” setup,
“Surround (2ch)” will appear on the screen when
SURROUND is pressed. To enjoy higher quality
surround sound, set “Audio Output Priority” to
“Headphones” in the “Audio Settings” setup
(page 53).
• When your headphones are not in use, set “Audio
Output Priority” to other than “Headphones” in
the “Audio Settings” setup (page 53). Otherwise,
“Speaker Settings” become invalid and the
recorded sound is output from the MULTI
CHANNEL OUTPUT jacks as is.
• Do not use headphones at high volume, as it may
cause hearing damage.
• Do not connect anything other than headphones
to the PHONES jack, as it may cause a
malfunction.
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Available OPTIONS
Playing Music CDs and
MP3 Audio Tracks
DATA BD
*1
DATA DVD
*2
CD
DATA CD
*3
*1
*2
BD-REs/BD-Rs containing MP3 audio tracks
DVD-ROMs and DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVDRWs/DVD-Rs containing MP3 audio tracks
*3 CD-ROMs and CD-RWs/CD-Rs containing
MP3 audio tracks
1
2
1
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
2
Select an item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
The available items differ depending on
the situation.
Items
Details
Headphones
Type
Selects the headphones
type (page 41).
Insert a music CD.
Play
Plays the selected track.
The Music Player screen appears.
Play from
beginning
Plays the current track
from the beginning
(music CDs only).
Stop
Stops playing the track.
Press N PLAY.
Playback starts.
Various music playback operations
Buttons
Operations
N PLAY
Starts or re-starts playback.
Resumes playback from the
point where you pressed
x STOP (except MP3 audio
tracks).
x STOP
Stops playback.
To select a music CD track
X PAUSE
Pauses playback.
1
2
3
Press HOME.
. PREV/
NEXT >
Skips to the beginning of the
current or next track. To go
to the previous track press
. PREV twice.
m/M
4
Select a track using M/m, and press
N PLAY or ENTER.
Fast reverses/fast forwards
when pressed during
playback.
TIME
Switches time information
on the screen and the front
panel display (page 11).
AUDIO
Selects stereo or monaural
tracks (except MP3 audio
tracks).
SURROUND
Turns headphone surround
mode on or off (page 41).
PHONE
LEVEL +/–
Adjusts the headphone
volume when headphones
are connected and a disc is
being played (page 41).
Select
(Music) using </,.
Select , and press ENTER.
The music list appears.
To select an MP3 album or track
1
Insert a disc containing MP3 audio
tracks.
2
3
Select
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(Music) using </,.
Select , and press ENTER.
The list of albums and tracks appears.
To play an entire disc, press N PLAY
instead of ENTER.
Select an album or track using M/m, and
press ENTER.
When you select an album, select a track
in the album using M/m, and press
N PLAY or ENTER.
To play an entire album, select the
album, and press N PLAY.
b
Playing Photo Files
DATA BD
*1
DATA DVD
*2
DATA CD
*3
*1
*2
BD-REs/BD-Rs containing JPEG image files
DVD-ROMs and DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVDRWs/DVD-Rs containing JPEG image files
*3 CD-ROMs and CD-RWs/CD-Rs containing
JPEG image files
You can play photo files on a disc.
To play photo files on the connected USB
device, see page 45.
To play photo files on the DLNA server, see
page 46.
1
2
Press HOME.
3
Select
Select
Playback
• The point where you stopped playing (resume
point) is cleared from memory when:
– you open the disc tray, or
– you turn off the player.
• The player can play the following MP3 audio
tracks.
– Format: MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3
– Sampling frequency: 32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz
– Number of channels: 2ch
– Bit rate: 64 kbps to 320 kbps
– File size: 1 GB Max
– Playing time: 1 sec to 9,000 sec
– Extension: .mp3/.MP3
– Number of tracks: Up to 500 tracks (incl.
albums if any)
• The player does not recognize the following MP3
albums/tracks.
– MP3 albums/tracks with extremely long names
– MP3 albums containing MP3 audio tracks with
extremely long names
– MP3 albums in the 5th tree and MP3 albums/
tracks in the 6th tree or lower
• The player cannot play the following MP3
albums/tracks.
– MP3 audio tracks recorded in monaural
– MP3 albums/tracks recorded on BD-Rs in any
format other than UDF (Universal Disk Format)
2.6
– MP3 albums/tracks recorded on BD-REs in any
format other than UDF (Universal Disk Format)
2.5
• The elapsed time of some MP3 audio tracks may
not be displayed correctly.
(Photo) using </,.
, and press ENTER.
The file list or folder list appears.
4
Select a file or folder using M/m, and
press ENTER.
When you select a folder, select a file in
the folder using M/m, and press ENTER.
The selected photo file is displayed.
• To play a slideshow, press N PLAY.
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Available OPTIONS during playback
1
2
Press OPTIONS during playback.
The options menu appears.
Buttons
Operations
Stops a slideshow.
Select an item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
The available items differ depending on
the situation.
x STOP
RETURN
X PAUSE
Pauses a slideshow.
. PREV/
NEXT >
</,
Displays the previous or
next photo.
DISPLAY
Displays the file
information.
Items
Details
HD Reality
Enhancer
This setting is available
only when video signals
are output from the
HDMI OUT jack (see
““HD Reality Enhancer
(HDMI)” elements” on
page 44).
Slideshow
Speed
Changes the slideshow
speed.
• Fast
• Normal
• Slow
Stop
Stops a slideshow.
Rotate Left
Rotates the photo
counterclockwise by 90
degrees.
Rotate Right
Rotates the photo
clockwise by 90
degrees.
“HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)” elements
1
Select “HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)”
in step 2 above, and press ENTER.
2
Select an item, and press ENTER.
Items
Details
Enhance
(–3 ~ 0 ~ 3)
Enhances the scene
picture outline pixel by
pixel.
Smooths the gradation
Smoothing
(Off/Standard/ on flat parts of the
picture.
High)
FGR (0 ~ 3)
Reduces film grain.
z
The “HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI)” settings are
individually set during video and photo playback.
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Various photo playback operations
b
• When you attempt to play the following photo
files, the
mark appears on the screen and they
cannot be played.
– photo files larger than 8,192 pixels (width or
height)
– photo files smaller than 15 pixels (width or
height)
– photo files exceeding 32 MB
– photo files with extreme aspect ratios (greater
than 50:1 or 1:50)
– photo files in Progressive JPEG format
– photo files that have a “.jpeg” or “.jpg”
extension, but not in JPEG format
– photo files that have an extremely long name
• The following photo files cannot be played.
– photo files recorded on BD-Rs in any format
other than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.6
– photo files recorded on BD-REs in any format
other than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.5
• The following photo files or folders cannot be
displayed in the file list or folder list.
– photo files that have an extension other than
“.jpeg” or “.jpg”
– photo files that have an extremely long name
– photo folders in the 5th tree and photo files/
folders in the 6th tree or lower
– 501th or more folders when the total number of
folders and files in a single tree exceeds 500
• Photo files edited on a PC may not be played.
• Thumbnail images of some photo files may not be
displayed.
• Large photo files may take some time to display
or to start a slideshow.
To view best quality images
3
Select
4
Select
(USB Device) using m, and
press ENTER.
(Photo) using </,.
If you have a Sony TV compatible with
“PhotoTV HD,” you can enjoy best quality
images by the following connection and
setting.
Connect the player to the TV using an
HDMI cable (not supplied).
2
Set the TV’s video setting to [VIDEO-A]
mode.
For details on [VIDEO-A], refer to the
instruction manual supplied with the TV.
The file list or folder list appears.
b
You can enjoy “PhotoTV HD” only when “HDMI
Resolution” of the player is set to “Auto,” “1080i,”
or “1080p” in the “Output Video Format” under the
“Video Settings” setup (page 51).
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1
Connect the USB device to the USB
jack on the player.
Refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the USB device before connecting.
Select a file or folder using M/m, and
press ENTER.
When you select a folder, select a file in
the folder using M/m, and press ENTER.
The selected photo file is displayed.
• To play a slideshow, press N PLAY.
Playing from a USB device
You can play photo files on the connected
USB device.
Playback
1
b
• Do not remove the USB device during operation.
Stop playback and turn off the file list and folder
list beforehand.
• The player cannot play photo files on a USB
device if it is connected to the USB jack on the
rear panel of the player.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
to USB jack
USB device
b
• Some USB devices may not work with this
player.
• The player can recognize:
– Mass Storage Class (MSC) devices that are
FAT-compatible and non-partitioned, and
– Still Image Capture Device (SICD) class
devices.
If the MSC devices are partitioned, the
player may not recognize the devices.
2
Press HOME.
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Playing Photo Files via a
Network
You can play photo files on your home
server, such as a DLNA certified PC, by
connecting the player to the network of the
server.
Preparing for the server/player
See “Connection Server Settings” on
page 65.
Playing photo files on a DLNA
server
1
Follow steps 1 through 8 of
“Connection Server Settings” on page
65.
2
3
4
Press HOME.
Select
(Photo) using </,.
Select a DLNA server using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The file list or folder list appears.
5
Select a file or folder using M/m, and
press ENTER.
When you select a folder, select a file in
the folder using M/m, and press ENTER.
The selected photo file is displayed.
• To play a slideshow, press N PLAY.
b
• The following photo files or folders cannot be
displayed in the file or folder list.
– Photo folders in the 10th tree and photo files/
folders in the 11th tree or lower
– Folder numbers 1,000 and above when the total
number of folders and files in a single tree
exceeds 999
• Some server names may not be displayed.
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Using the Settings
Displays
Select
(Setup) on the home menu when
you need to change the settings of the player.
1
2
Press HOME.
3
Select the setup category icon to
change using M/m, and press ENTER.
Select
(Setup) using </,.
Settings and Adjustments
For details on setting options and setup
category icons, see “Setting list”
(page 48).
Example: Video Settings
Settings and
Adjustments
4
Set the options.
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Setting list
Network Update
You can setup the following options.
Icon
Explanation
Network Update (page 48)
Updates the software of the
player.
Video Settings (page 49)
Makes the video settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
Audio Settings (page 53)
Makes the audio settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
BD/DVD Viewing Settings
(page 58)
Makes detailed settings for BD/
DVD playback.
You can update and improve the functions of
the player. We recommend the network
update every 2 months or so.
For information about update functions, visit
the following website:
http://esupport.sony.com
1
The player connects to the network, and
the display asks for confirmation.
2
3
Resetting (page 67)
Resets the player to the factory
settings.
Press [/1 to turn on the player.
The player starts up with the updated
software.
Network Settings (page 62)
Makes detailed settings for
Internet and network.
Easy Setup (page 67)
Re-runs the Easy Setup to make
the basic settings.
Select “OK” using </,, and press
ENTER.
The player starts downloading, then
updating the software automatically.
When updating finishes, “FINISH”
appears for 5 seconds in the front panel
display, then the player automatically
turns off.
Photo Settings (page 60)
Makes the photo-related settings.
System Settings (page 60)
Makes the player-related
settings.
Select “Network Update” using M/m,
and press ENTER.
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• The “VUP */9” counter (“*” indicates update
step) in the front panel display also shows
progress of the update.
• You can check the current software version by
selecting “System Information” in the “System
Settings” setup (page 61).
• The “Setup” settings remain after updating.
• The player informs you of newer software version
information when “Software Update
Notification” is set to “On” (default) (page 61).
b
• Do not disconnect the AC power cord or LAN
cable while downloading or updating software.
• Any operations, including opening the disc tray,
are not available while updating.
• Downloading times may differ depending on the
server provider or line status.
• When error messages on network connections
appear, check the network settings (see “Internet
Settings” on page 62).
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To update the software using an update
disc
You can update and improve the functions of
the player using an update disc provided by
Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service
facility.
Insert the update disc.
The display asks for confirmation.
2
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
Software update starts.
When updating finishes, “FINISH”
appears for 5 seconds in the front panel
display, then the disc tray automatically
opens.
3
Remove the disc.
The player automatically turns off.
4
Press [/1 to turn the player on.
The player starts up with the updated
software.
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• The “VUP */9” counter (“*” indicates update
step) in the front panel display also shows
progress of the update.
• You can check the current software version by
selecting “System Information” in the “System
Settings” setup (page 61).
• The “Setup” settings remain after updating.
• For information about other software update
methods, visit the following website or consult
your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony
Service facility:
http://esupport.sony.com
The default settings are underlined.
TV Type
Selects your TV type.
16:9
Select this when connecting
to a wide-screen TV or a TV
with a wide mode function.
4:3
Select this when connecting
to a 4:3 screen TV without a
wide mode function.
Screen Format
Selects the display configuration for a 4:3
screen picture on a 16:9 wide screen TV.
Original
Select this when connecting
to a TV with a wide mode
function. Displays a 4:3
screen picture in 16:9 aspect
ratio even on a wide-screen
TV.
Fixed Aspect
Ratio
Changes the picture size to
fit the screen size with the
original picture aspect ratio.
Settings and Adjustments
1
Video Settings
b
• Do not disconnect the AC power cord while
updating.
• Any operations, including opening the disc tray,
are not available while updating.
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DVD Aspect Ratio
Selects the display configuration for
playback of 16:9 screen pictures on a 4:3
screen TV (selectable when “TV Type” is set
to “4:3” and “Screen Format” is set to “Fixed
Aspect Ratio”).
Letter Box
Pan & Scan
Displays a wide picture with
black bands on the top and
bottom.
Output Video Format
Selects the jack type to output video signals
(“TV Connection Method”) and output
resolution (“HDMI Resolution”/“Component
Resolution”).
1
Select “Output Video Format” in “Video
Settings,” and press ENTER.
2
Select the jack type to output video
signals using M/m, and press ENTER.
Displays a full-height
picture on the entire screen,
with trimmed sides.
b
When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time,
select “Component Video.”
Letter Box
TV Connection Method
HDMI
Outputs signals from
the HDMI OUT jack
according to the “HDMI
Resolution” setting
(page 51).
Component
Video
Outputs signals from
the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks
according to the
“Component
Resolution” setting
(page 51).
Video or
S Video
Outputs signals from
the LINE OUT VIDEO
or S VIDEO jack.
Pan & Scan
b
Depending on the DVD, “Letter Box” may be
selected automatically instead of “Pan & Scan” or
vice versa.
Cinema Conversion Mode
Sets the video conversion method for 480p,
720p, 1080i, or 1080p* signals from the
HDMI OUT jack or the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks.
* HDMI only
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Auto
Normally select this. The
player automatically detects
whether the material is
video-based or film-based,
and switches to the
appropriate conversion
method.
Video
The conversion method
suited for video-based
material will always be
selected regardless of the
material.
3
(When you select “HDMI” or
“Component Video” only)
1 Select the signal type for the HDMI
OUT jack or COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT jacks using M/m, and press
ENTER.
When you change the video output
resolution, the test screen appears for
about 30 seconds.
b
If no picture appears, press RETURN to
return to the previous screen, and change
the resolution setting.
2 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
The display asks for confirmation.
3 Select “OK” or “Cancel,” and press
ENTER.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
The HD indicator lights up when
outputting 720p/1080i/1080p video
signals.
b
Sets to output 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video
signals when playing film-based materials on
BD-ROMs (720p/24 Hz or 1080p/24 Hz).
1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video signals can be
output when all of the following conditions
are met.
– You connect a 1080/24p-compatible TV
using the HDMI OUT jack,
– “Output Video Format” is set to “HDMI,”
and
– “HDMI Resolution” is set to “Auto” or
“1080p.”
Auto
Outputs 1920 × 1080p/
24 Hz video signals only
when connecting a 1080/
24p-compatible TV using
the HDMI OUT jack.
On
Outputs 1920 × 1080p/
24 Hz video signals
regardless of the connected
TV type.
Off
Select this when your TV is
not compatible with 1080/
24p video signals.
HDMI Resolution/Component Resolution
Auto (HDMI
only)
Normally select this.
The player outputs
signals starting from the
highest resolution
acceptable to the TV:
1080p > 1080i > 720p >
480p > 480i
If the resulting image
format is undesirable,
try another setting that
suits your TV.
480i
Outputs 480i video
signals.
480p
Outputs 480p video
signals.
720p
Outputs 720p video
signals.
1080i
Outputs 1080i video
signals.
1080p (HDMI
only)
Outputs 1080p video
signals.
Settings and Adjustments
• If no picture appears after changing the
“Output Video Format” settings, hold down
x on the player for more than 10 seconds.
The video output resolution will be reset to
the lowest resolution.
• When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time,
video signals may not output from the jacks,
other than from the HDMI OUT jack, when
“Auto” or “1080p” is selected (page 75).
When connecting other equipment at the
same time, press RETURN to return to step
2 and change the “TV Connection Method”
setting.
BD-ROM 1080/24p Output
b
No BD-ROM picture appears when the connected
TV is non-compatible with 1080/24p and “BDROM 1080/24p Output” is set to “On.” In this case,
press HOME to display the home menu, and change
the “BD-ROM 1080/24p Output” setting.
YCbCr/RGB (HDMI)
Sets the color setting for video signals output
from the HDMI OUT jack. Select the setting
that matches the connected TV type.
Auto
Automatically detects the
connected TV type, and
switches to the matching
color setting.
YCbCr (4:2:2) Outputs YCbCr 4:2:2 video
signals.
YCbCr (4:4:4) Outputs YCbCr 4:4:4 video
signals.
RGB (16-235) Select this when connecting
to a device that only
supports RGB limited range.
RGB (0-255)
Select this when connecting
to an RGB (0-255) device.
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HDMI Deep Color Output
Sets the Deep Color (color depth) setting for
video signals output from the HDMI OUT
jack.
The color depth is indicated by the number of
bits, and more colors can be reproduced as
the value increases. The player supports a
color depth of up to 12 bits. Connecting the
player and a TV that supports Deep Color
allows more accurate color reproduction than
when connecting it to a TV that does not
support Deep Color.
Auto
Normally select this.
12bit
Outputs 12bit video signals.
10bit
Outputs 10bit video signals.
Off
Select this when the picture
is unstable or colors appear
unnatural.
x.v.Color Output
Sets whether to send xvYCC information to
the connected TV.
Combining xvYCC-compatible video with a
TV that supports x.v.Color display makes it
possible to more accurately reproduce object
colors present in the natural world.
Auto
Normally select this.
Off
Select this when the picture
is unstable or colors appear
unnatural.
Pause Mode
Sets the picture mode for DVD playback
pause status. For BD-ROMs or discs
containing AVCHD files, “Pause Mode”
automatically switches to “Auto.”
Auto
Normally select this.
Dynamic moving pictures
appear without blurring.
Frame
Displays static pictures at
high resolution.
SBM
Sets whether to use the Super Bit Mapping
(only for video signals output from the HDMI
OUT jack).
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On
Smooths reproduction of the
video signal. Normally
select this.
Off
Turns off the function.
To set the speakers
Audio Settings
1
Select “Speaker Settings” in “Audio
Settings,” and press ENTER.
2
Select “Size” or “Distance,” and press
ENTER.
3
Select a setup item using M/m, and press
ENTER.
4
Select or set a setting using M/m, and
press ENTER.
The default settings are underlined.
Audio Output Priority
Selects the jack type to output audio signals.
2-channel Linear PCM signals are output at
48 kHz maximum from output jacks other
than the priority jacks.
Outputs audio signals from
the HDMI OUT jack.
Coaxial/
Optical
Outputs audio signals from
the DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL/COAXIAL)
jack.
Multi Channel Select this when connecting
Analog
an AV amplifier (receiver)
via the MULTI CHANNEL
OUTPUT jacks.
Size
Selects the size of the speakers.
• Front
Stereo Analog Outputs audio signals from
the LINE OUT (R-AUDIOL) jacks.
Large
Normally select this
position.
Headphones
Small
Select this when the
speakers cannot reproduce
adequate low frequencies.
Outputs audio signals from
the headphone jack
(page 41).
Settings and Adjustments
HDMI
• Center
Speaker Settings
To obtain the best possible surround sound,
set the speakers you have connected and their
distance from your listening position.
Then use the test tone to adjust the volume
and the balance of the speakers to the same
level.
This setting is selectable when “Audio
Output Priority” is set to “Multi Channel
Analog.”
Large
Normally select this
position.
Small
Select this when the speaker
cannot reproduce adequate
low frequencies.
None
Select this if you do not
connect a center speaker.
• Surround
Large
Normally select this
position.
Small
Select this when the
speakers cannot reproduce
adequate low frequencies.
None
Select this if you do not
connect surround speakers.
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• Surround Back
Large
Normally select this
position.
Small
Select this when the
speakers cannot reproduce
adequate low frequencies.
None
Select this if you do not
connect surround back
speakers.
• Subwoofer
Yes
None
Select this if you connect a
subwoofer to output the
LFE (low frequency effect)
signals from the subwoofer.
Select this if you do not
connect a subwoofer.
b
• When you play a BD or DVD that does not have
subwoofer output recorded, no sound is produced
from the subwoofer, even if “Subwoofer” is set to
“Yes.”
• Since subwoofer use is set as the player default
setting, “Subwoofer” cannot be set to “None”
when “Front” is set to “Small.”
• When connecting the front speakers that cannot
reproduce adequate low frequencies and a
subwoofer is not connected, set “Front” to
“Large,” and “Subwoofer” to “None.”
Distance
Sets the distance from your listening position
to the speakers.
Set the distance to your front speakers in
“Front” first (A = 4 to 50 feet (or 1.0 m to
15.0 m)). Then adjust the values in “Center”
(center speaker B), “Surround” (surround
speakers C), “Surround Back” (surround
back speakers D), and “Subwoofer” (E) to
reflect the actual distance to your center
speaker, surround speakers, surround back
speakers, and subwoofer.
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Change the “Distance” setting each time you
move the speakers. Start from the front
speakers.
Front
(10 [ft] (or
3.2 [m]))
Set this between 4 and
50 feet (or 1.0 meter and
15.0 meters) in 1 foot (or
0.2 meter) increments.
Center
(10 [ft] (or
3.2 [m]))
Set this within –5 and
+2 feet (or –1.6 meters
and +0.6 meter) of the
“Front” setting (0 to
52 feet, 1 foot increments
(0 to 15.6 meters,
0.2 meter increments)).
For example, if “Front” is
set to 5 feet (or
1.6 meters), “Center” can
be set between 0 and
7 feet (or 0 meter and
2.2 meters).
Surround
(10 [ft] (or
3.2 [m]))
Set this within –16 and
+2 feet (or –5.0 meters
and +0.6 meter) of the
“Front” setting (0 to
52 feet, 1 foot increments
(0 to 15.6 meters,
0.2 meter increments)).
For example, if “Front” is
set to 16 feet (or
5.0 meters), “Surround”
can be set between 0 and
18 feet (or 0 meter and
5.6 meters).
Surround
Back
(10 [ft] (or
3.2 [m]))
Set this within –5 and
+2 feet (or –1.6 meters
and +0.6 meter) of the
“Front” setting (0 to
52 feet, 1 foot increments
(0 to 15.6 meters,
0.2 meter increments)).
For example, if “Front” is
set to 5 feet (or
1.6 meters),
“Subwoofer” can be set
between 0 and 7 feet (or
0 meter and 2.2 meters).
To adjust the speaker level
1
Select “Speaker Settings” in “Audio
Settings,” and press ENTER.
2
Select “Test Tone” using M/m, and press
ENTER.
3
Select “On” using M/m, and press
ENTER.
You will hear the test tone from each
speaker in sequence.
4
From your listening position, adjust the
value of “Level” using </M/m/,.
The test tone is emitted from the selected
speaker.
5
6
Press ENTER when you finish adjusting.
7
Select “Test Tone” using M/m, and press
ENTER.
8
Select “Off” using M/m, and press
ENTER.
Level
You can vary the level of each speaker as
follows. Be sure to set “Test Tone” to “On”
for easy adjustment.
Front
Left
Front
Right
(0.0 [dB])
Adjust the level of the front
speakers (–12.0 dB to
0.0 dB, 0.5 dB increments).
Center
(0.0 [dB])
Adjust the level of the center
speaker (–12.0 dB to 0.0 dB,
0.5 dB increments).
Surround
Left
Surround
Right
(0.0 [dB])
Adjust the level of the
surround speakers (–12.0 dB
to 0.0 dB, 0.5 dB
increments).
Surround
Back
Left
Surround
Back
Right
(0.0 [dB])
Adjust the level of the
surround back speakers
(–12.0 dB to 0.0 dB, 0.5 dB
increments).
Subwoofer
(0.0 [dB])
Adjust the level of the
subwoofer (–12.0 dB to
0.0 dB, 0.5 dB increments).
Settings and Adjustments
Subwoofer
(10 [ft] (or
3.2 [m]))
Set this within –16 and
+2 feet (or –5.0 meters
and +0.6 meter) of the
“Front” setting (0 to
52 feet, 1 foot increments
(0 to 15.6 meters,
0.2 meter increments)).
For example, if “Front” is
set to 16 feet (or
5.0 meters), “Surround
Back” can be set between
0 and 18 feet (or 0 meter
and 5.6 meters).
Test Tone
On
The player emits a test tone
in sequence from the
MULTI CHANNEL
OUTPUT jacks to adjust the
sound level from each
speaker. When you select
one of the “Speaker
Settings” items, the test tone
is emitted from the selected
speaker.
Off
The test tone is not emitted
from the speakers.
Press RETURN to return to the previous
screen.
z
To adjust the level without listening to the test tone,
select “Level” in step 2 and press ENTER, then
adjust the level using M/m, and press ENTER.
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Audio (HDMI)
Selects the signal type for the HDMI OUT
jack.
Auto
Normally select this.
Outputs audio signals
according to the status of the
connected HDMI device.
2ch PCM
Downmixes to 2-channel
Linear PCM signals before
outputting from the HDMI
OUT jack.
b
Select “2ch PCM” when connecting a TV or an AV
amplifier (receiver) that does not support Dolby
Digital or DTS, otherwise noise or no sound may
result.
BD Audio Setting
Selects whether to mix or not mix interactive
audio and secondary audio (commentary)
when playing a BD that contains such audio.
Mix
Outputs the audio obtained
by mixing the interactive
audio and secondary audio
to the primary audio.
Direct
Outputs the primary audio
only.
Dolby Digital
Selects the audio signals output when playing
Dolby Digital discs.
This setting affects the output from the
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL/OPTICAL)
jack.
Downmix
PCM
Converts to output Linear
PCM signals. Select this
when connecting an audio
device without a built-in
Dolby Digital decoder.
Dolby Digital
Select this when connecting
an audio device with a builtin Dolby Digital decoder.
DTS
Selects the audio signals output when playing
DTS discs. This setting affects the output
from the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL/
OPTICAL) jack.
Downmix
PCM
Converts to output Linear
PCM signals. Select this
when connecting to an audio
device without a built-in
DTS decoder.
DTS
Select this when connecting
to an audio device with a
built-in DTS decoder.
b
PCM 96 kHz and PCM 192 kHz audio signals are
output as PCM 48 kHz audio signals when “BD
Audio Setting” is set to “Mix.”
Audio ATT
Lowers the audio output level to prevent
sound distortion.
On
Enables Audio Attenuation.
Off
Disables Audio Attenuation.
b
“Audio ATT” does not affect the output from the
HDMI OUT jack, the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/
COAXIAL) jack, and the PHONES jack.
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48kHz/96kHz PCM
Selects the maximum sampling frequency for
the PCM signals output from the DIGITAL
OUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jack.
48kHz/16bit
Outputs audio signals of
96 kHz sampling as 48 kHz/
16 bit.
96kHz/24bit
Outputs audio signals of
96 kHz sampling as 96 kHz/
24 bit. However, the signals
will be output as 48 kHz/
16 bit if the source is copyprotected.
b
• If you select “96kHz/24bit” when an AV
amplifier (receiver) that does not support 96 kHz
is connected, no sound or a loud sound may
result.
• “48kHz/96kHz PCM” is not effective when
“Audio Output Priority” is set to “HDMI,” “Multi
Channel Analog,” or “Stereo Analog.”
Downmix
Sets the downmix method of multi-channel to
two-channel sound.
Outputs the Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic) signals in 2
channels. Select this when
connecting an audio device
that supports Dolby
Surround (Pro Logic).
Normal
Outputs audio signals
without Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic) effect. Select
this when connecting an
audio device that does not
support Dolby Surround
(Pro Logic).
Audio DRC
Selects the dynamic range (compression level
of the sound) setting when playing a BD or
DVD that conforms to “Audio DRC.”
Auto
Performs playback at the
dynamic range specified by
the disc (BD-ROM only).
Other discs are played back
at the “Standard” level.
Standard
Performs playback at a
compression level between
“TV Mode” and “Wide
Range.”
TV Mode
Sounds are compressed
heavily. Low sounds are
easier to hear.
Wide Range
No compression works. A
more dynamic sound is
produced.
b
“Downmix” has no effect on the bitstream audio
output from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/
COAXIAL)/HDMI OUT jack.
Settings and Adjustments
Dolby
Surround
b
• “Audio DRC” is effective only when playing
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby
TrueHD audio signals.
• When “Dolby Digital” is set to “Dolby Digital” in
the “Audio Settings” setup (page 56), “Audio
DRC” has no effect on the audio output from the
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jack.
However, this excludes the following cases.
– when “BD Audio Setting” is set to “Mix” when
playing a BD.
– when “Audio Output Priority” is set to
“HDMI,” “Multi Channel Analog,” “Stereo
Analog,” or “Headphones.”
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BD/DVD Viewing
Settings
4
The lower the value, the stricter the
limitation.
If you select “Select Age Restriction,”
you can enter the age from “0” to “255”
using </M/m/, or the number
buttons.
• To cancel the Parental Control setting,
select “No Restrictions.”
The default settings are underlined.
BD/DVD Menu
Selects the default menu language for BDROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select “Select Language Code,”
the display for entering the language code
appears. Enter the code for your language by
referring to “Language Code List” (page 79).
Audio
Selects the default track language for BDROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select “Original,” the language
given priority in the disc is selected.
When you select “Select Language Code,”
the display for entering the language code
appears. Enter the code for your language by
referring to “Language Code List” (page 79).
Subtitle
Selects the default subtitle language for BDROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select “Select Language Code,”
the display for entering the language code
appears. Enter the code for your language by
referring to “Language Code List” (page 79).
BD Parental Control
Playback of some BD-ROMs can be limited
according to the age of the users. Scenes may
be blocked or replaced with different scenes.
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1
Select “BD Parental Control” in “BD/
DVD Viewing Settings,” and press
ENTER.
2
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
3
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
Select the age restriction, and press
ENTER.
z
You can change the password (see “Password” on
page 59).
b
• If you forget the password, reset the player
(page 67) and set a new password (see
“Password” on page 59).
• When you play discs which do not have the
Parental Control function, playback cannot be
limited on this player.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to
change the Parental Control level while playing
the disc. In this case, enter your password, then
change the level.
• When “255” is selected in “Select Age
Restriction,” the Parental Control setting is
canceled.
DVD Parental Control
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be
limited according to the age of the users.
Scenes may be blocked or replaced with
different scenes.
1
Select “DVD Parental Control” in “BD/
DVD Viewing Settings,” and press
ENTER.
2
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
3
4
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
Select a level, and press ENTER.
The lower the value, the stricter the
limitation.
• To cancel the Parental Control setting,
select “No Restrictions.”
z
You can change the password (see “Password” on
page 59).
b
Parental Control Region Code
Playback of some BD-ROMs or DVD
VIDEOs can be limited according to the
geographic area. Scenes may be blocked or
replaced with different scenes.
1
Select “Parental Control Region
Code” in “BD/DVD Viewing Settings,”
and press ENTER.
2
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
3
4
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
Select the area restriction, and press
ENTER.
When you select “Select Region Code,”
the display for entering the region code
appears. Enter the code for the area
restriction by referring to “Parental
Control/Area Code” (page 79).
z
You can change the password (see “Password” on
page 59).
b
• If you forget the password, reset the player
(page 67) and set a new password (see
“Password” on page 59).
• When you play discs which do not have the
Parental Control function, playback cannot be
limited on this player.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to
change the Parental Control level while playing
the disc. In this case, enter your password, then
change the level.
Sets or changes the password for the Parental
Control function. A password allows you to
set a restriction on BD-ROM or DVD
VIDEO playback. If necessary, you can
differentiate the restriction levels for BDROMs and DVD VIDEOs.
1
Select “Password” in “BD/DVD
Viewing Settings,” and press ENTER.
2
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
3
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
To change the password
1
After step 3, enter a new password using
the number buttons.
2
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
Settings and Adjustments
• If you forget the password, reset the player
(page 67) and set a new password (see
“Password” on page 59).
• When you play discs which do not have the
Parental Control function, playback cannot be
limited on this player.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to
change the Parental Control level while playing
the disc. In this case, enter your password, then
change the level.
Password
Hybrid Disc Playback Layer
Selects the layer priority when playing a
Hybrid Disc. To change the setting, turn the
player off and on again.
BD
Plays BD layer.
DVD/CD
Plays DVD or CD layer.
BD Internet Connection
Sets whether to allow Internet connections
from the contents of a BD (in BDMV mode)
being played. Network connections and
settings are required when using this function
(page 62).
Allow
Normally select this.
Do not allow
Prohibits Internet
connection.
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Photo Settings
The default setting is underlined.
Slideshow Speed
Changes the slideshow speed.
Fast
Photos change rapidly.
Normal
Photos change at normal
speed.
Slow
Photos change slowly.
System Settings
The default settings are underlined.
OSD
Selects your language for the player onscreen displays.
Dimmer
Adjusts the lighting of the front panel display.
Bright
Bright lighting.
Dark
Low lighting.
Off
Turns off the lighting during
playback. Low lighting other
than during playback.
Control for HDMI
On
Allows you to use the
“Control for HDMI”
function (page 16).
Off
Turns off the function.
Quick Start Mode
On
Shortens the startup time
when turning on the player.
Off
The default setting.
b
When “Quick Start Mode” is set to “On,”
– power consumption will be higher than when
“Quick Start Mode” is set to “Off” and
– the ventilation fan may turn on depending on the
surrounding temperature.
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Auto Power Off
The player automatically turns off if you do
not press any of the buttons on the player or
remote for more than 30 minutes, unless you
are playing BDs/DVDs/CDs/photo files or
are updating software.
On
Turns on the “Auto Power
Off” function.
Off
Turns off the function.
On
Automatically displays
information on the screen
when changing the viewing
titles, picture modes, audio
signals, etc.
Off
Displays information only
when you press DISPLAY.
Informs you of newer software version
information. Network connections and
settings are required when using this function
(page 62).
On
Sets the player to inform you
of newer software version
information (page 48).
Off
Turns off the function.
System Information
Displays the player’s software version
information and the MAC address.
Settings and Adjustments
Auto Display
Software Update Notification
Screen Saver
The screen saver image appears when you do
not use the player for more than 15 minutes
while an on-screen display, such as the home
menu, is displayed on your TV screen. The
screen saver image helps prevent your
display device from becoming damaged
(ghosting).
On
Turns on the screen saver
function.
Off
Turns off the function.
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Network Settings
4
Internet Settings
These items are necessary when you connect
the player to the Internet. Enter the respective
(alphanumeric) values for your broadband
router or wireless LAN router.
The items that need to be set may differ,
depending on the Internet service provider or
the router. For details, refer to the instruction
manuals that have been provided by your
Internet service provider or supplied with the
router.
1
Select “Internet Settings” in “Network
Settings,” and press ENTER.
2
3
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
Select the connected router type, and
press ENTER.
Wireless
Wired
Select this when
connecting via a
wireless LAN router
(access point).
Select this when
connecting to a
broadband router
directly, and go to step
10.
5
Select the configuration method of
wireless LAN, and press ENTER.
Automatic
registration
(WPS)
When you connect the
player to a Wi-Fi
Protected Setupcompatible wireless
LAN router (access
point) with security set,
select this and go to
step 7 of “Setting
wireless LAN
(Automatic registration
(WPS))” on page 32.
Access point
scan
Select this when you
connect the player to a
wireless LAN router
(access point) that is
Wi-Fi Protected Setupcompatible without
security set or not WiFi Protected Setupcompatible.
Manual
registration
Select this to make all
the settings manually.
Check the following settings of your
wireless LAN router (access point).
– SSID (Service Set Identifier)
– Security type: For details on which
security can be used on this player, see
“About Wireless LAN Security” on
page 77.
– Security key: The wireless LAN router
(access point) has a WEP or WPA key
according to the selected security type.
• When you select “Access point scan” in
step 4, go to step 9 of “Setting wireless
LAN (Access point scan)” on page 33.
z
• WEP or WPA key may be displayed as
“passphrase” or “network key” depending on
the wireless LAN router (access point).
• The SSID of your wireless LAN router
(access point) is displayed in the wireless
network list on your PC. Check your
connected network SSID on page 25.
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6
Select the manual registration
method, and press ENTER.
To make all the settings
manually, select this
and enter SSID. To
enter characters, see
page 64.
(WPS) PIN
Method
Select this when you
connect the player to a
Wi-Fi Protected Setupcompatible wireless
LAN router (access
point) and use a PIN
code.
• When you select “(WPS) PIN
Method,” the PIN code of this player
appears. Register the code to the
wireless LAN router (access point)
within 2 minutes after pressing “Start,”
and go to step 12. For details on the
registration, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the wireless LAN
router (access point).
7
Select the security, and press ENTER.
The display for entering WEP or WPA
key appears.
• If you select “None,” go to step 10.
8
Auto
Acquisition
Select this when DHCP
(Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol)
server settings are
available from your
Internet service
provider. The network
settings necessary for
the player will be
assigned automatically.
Manual
Set the IP address
manually according to
your network
environment.
• When you select “Manual,” set the
following items:
– IP Address
– Subnet Mask
– Default Gateway
The display for the DNS server setting
appears after you set the items.
Enter the DNS server address
manually, and go to step 12.
11 Select the DNS server setting method,
and press ENTER.
Auto
Acquires the DNS
server address
automatically.
Manual
Enter the DNS server
address manually.
Press ENTER to input the WEP or WPA
key.
To enter characters, see page 64.
b
Make sure the WEP or WPA key is correctly
entered before you proceed to step 9. Once you
press , in step 9, you cannot check the
characters on the screen.
9
and press ENTER.
Press ,.
b
The WEP or WPA key is displayed as 8
asterisks no matter how many characters you
enter.
Settings and Adjustments
Manual
registration
10 Select the IP address setting method,
• When you select “Manual,” enter the
address in the “Primary DNS” row.
12 Select “Do not use,” and press
ENTER.
If your Internet service provider has a
specific proxy server setting, select
“Use,” and fill the “Proxy Server” and
“Port number” rows. To enter characters,
see page 64.
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13 Select “Perform” using M/m, and
2
press ENTER.
The network diagnostic starts.
Results are displayed after the player
finishes the network diagnostic.
If an error message appears, follow the
on-screen instructions.
For further details, visit the following
website and check the FAQ contents:
http://www.sony.com/blurayupdate
Press ,, and enter the next character.
If you make a mistake, follow the next
steps.
1 Move the highlight to the entry field
using M/m.
The color of the cursor changes to
yellow.
2 Move the cursor to the left side of the
character you want to delete using </
,.
Example: when you want to delete
“H” (“SSID Entry” display)
14 Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
15 Check the settings, and select
“Finish,” then press ENTER.
Cursor
The message “Settings are complete.”
appears.
If an error message appears in the
network diagnostic results, check the
message and set the network settings
again.
To enter characters
3 Select “Clear,” and press ENTER.
Use the following procedure to enter SSID,
the WEP/WPA key, or “Proxy Server.”
b
Make sure the security key is correctly entered
before you proceed to step 3. Once you press
the yellow button (“Finish”) in step 3 and go to
the next step, you may not be able to check the
characters on the screen.
Entry field
3
1
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Press a number button repeatedly to
select a character.
Example:
Press the number 3 button once to enter
“D.”
Press the number 3 button three times to
enter “F.”
Press the yellow button (“Finish”) to
finish.
When you input SSID, press , to go to
the next screen.
When you input “Proxy Server,” press
RETURN to exit.
Available buttons
Details
Red button
(Letter Type)
Switches the keyboard
between alphabet and
numbers.
Green button
(A/a)
Switches the keyboard
between upper case and
lower case.
Blue button
(Symbol)
Displays the keyboard for
symbols.
Yellow button
(Finish)
The input is entered, and
the player returns to the
previous display.
CLEAR
Erases the selected
(Clear/Clear All) character.
To erase all displayed
characters, press and hold
CLEAR for 2 seconds or
more.
RETURN
(Cancel)
Returns to the previous
display, canceling the
input.
</M/m/,,
ENTER
• Select an input function
using </M/m/,, and
press ENTER.
• Enter characters as
follows: 1Select a
character selection panel
using </M/m/,, and
press ENTER. 2Select a
character using </,,
and press ENTER.
Network Connection
Diagnostics
You can run the network diagnostic.
1
Select “Network Connection
Diagnostics” in “Network Settings,”
and press ENTER.
2
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
The network diagnostic starts.
Results are displayed after the player
finishes running the network diagnostic.
If an error message appears, follow the
on-screen instructions and perform
“Network Connection Diagnostics”
again.
3
Select “Finish,” and press ENTER.
Settings and Adjustments
Buttons
Connection Server Settings
1
Connect a DLNA certified device to the
network set in “Step 4: Connecting to
the Network” on page 25, and set up
the DLNA certified device as a home
server.
For details, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the DLNA
certified device.
b
When a firewall is set for the DLNA certified
device, disable the function. For details, refer
to the instruction manual supplied with the
DLNA certified device.
2
3
Press HOME.
Select
(Setup) using </,.
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4
Select “Connection Server Settings”
in “Network Settings,” and press
ENTER.
The connected server list appears.
If no server appears in the server list,
press OPTIONS to select “Update Server
List,” and press ENTER.
5
Press OPTIONS to select “Network
Diagnostic,” and press ENTER.
6
Select “Start,” and press ENTER.
The network diagnostic starts.
Results are displayed after the player
finishes running the network diagnostic.
• To display detailed results for a server,
select a server using M/m, and press
ENTER. To go back to the results
display, select “Close,” and press
ENTER.
7
Press RETURN to return to the server
list.
8
Press RETURN to exit.
To display/hide a server
1
While the connected server list is
displayed, select a server using M/m, and
press ENTER.
2
Select “Shown” or “Hidden” using M/m,
and press ENTER.
When you select “Hidden,” the server
will not be displayed in the photo
category.
z
You can hide a server in the photo category as well.
Select the server using M/m, and press OPTIONS to
select “Hidden,” then press ENTER.
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To delete a server from the connected
server list
1
While the connected server list is
displayed, select a server using M/m, and
press OPTIONS.
2
Select “Erase,” and press ENTER.
To delete all the servers, select “Erase
All.”
The display asks for confirmation.
3
Select “OK,” and press ENTER.
The selected server is erased.
Easy Setup
Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic
settings.
Resetting
You can reset the player settings to the
factory default by selecting the group of
settings. All the settings within the group will
be reset.
1
Select “Easy Setup,” and press
ENTER.
2
Select “Start” using </,, and
press ENTER.
1
2
Select “Resetting,” and press ENTER.
3
Follow the instructions for “Step 7:
Easy Setup” (page 29) from step 4.
3
Select the settings you want to reset to
default, and press ENTER.
Select “Reset to Factory Default
Settings,” and press ENTER.
4
Settings and Adjustments
The display asks for confirmation.
You can reset the following settings:
– Video Settings
– Audio Settings
– BD/DVD Viewing Settings
– Photo Settings
– System Settings
– Network Settings
– All Settings
Select “Start” using </,, and
press ENTER.
b
When “All Settings” is selected in step 3,
– all settings within
(Setup) are reset.
– “Video Settings” and “Audio Settings” that can
be adjusted by pressing OPTIONS during
playback (page 40) are not reset.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following
difficulties while using the player, use this
troubleshooting guide to help remedy the
problem before requesting repairs. Should
any problem persist, consult your nearest
Sony dealer.
Power
The power does not turn on.
, Check that the AC power cord is connected
securely.
, It takes a short while before the player turns
on.
The message “A new software version has
been found on the network. Perform
update under "Network Update."” appears
on the screen when turning the player on.
Additional
Information
, See “Network Update” (page 48) to update
the player to a newer software version.
Disc
The disc does not play.
, The disc is dirty.
, The disc is upside down. Insert the disc with
the playback side facing down.
, The disc is skewed.
, You are attempting to play a disc with a
format that cannot be played back by this
player (page 74).
, The region code on the BD or DVD does
not match the player.
, The player cannot play a recorded disc that
is not correctly finalized (page 74).
Picture
See also “Connecting to an HDMI jack”
(page 15) when connecting equipment using
the HDMI cable.
There is no picture/picture noise appears.
, Check that all the connecting cables are
securely connected.
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, Check whether the connecting cables are
damaged.
, Check the connection to your TV (page 14)
and switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the player appears on
the TV screen.
, When playing a double-layer BD/DVD, the
video and audio may be momentarily
interrupted at the point where the layers
switch.
No picture appears when the video output
resolution selected in “Output Video
Format” is incorrect.
The picture does not fill the screen, even
though the aspect ratio is set in “DVD
Aspect Ratio” under “Video Settings.”
, The aspect ratio of the disc is fixed on your
DVD (page 50).
Video signals are not output from the
jacks, other than from the HDMI OUT jack,
when connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time.
, Set “Output Video Format” to “Component
Video” in the “Video Settings” setup
(page 50).
The dark area of the picture is too dark/the
bright area is too bright or unnatural.
, Set “Picture Quality Mode” to “Standard”
(default) (see “Adjusting pictures and
sound for videos” on page 40).
The picture is not output correctly.
, Check the “Output Video Format” settings
in the “Video Settings” setup (page 50).
No BD-ROM picture appears.
, Check the “BD-ROM 1080/24p Output”
setting in the “Video Settings” setup
(page 51).
See also “Connecting to an HDMI jack”
(page 20) when connecting equipment using
the HDMI cable.
There is no sound.
, Check that all the connecting cables are
securely connected.
, Check whether the connecting cables are
damaged.
, Check the connection to your AV amplifier
(receiver) (page 19) and switch the input
selector on your AV amplifier (receiver) so
that the audio signals of the player are
output from your AV amplifier (receiver).
, The player is in scan mode.
, If the audio signal does not come through
the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/
COAXIAL)/HDMI OUT jack, check the
audio settings (page 53).
Additional Information
, Press x on the player for more than 10
seconds to reset the video output resolution
to the lowest resolution.
Sound
The sound is not output correctly.
, Check the “Audio Output Priority” setting
in the “Audio Settings” setup (page 53).
, Check the speaker settings (page 53).
The sound volume is low.
, The sound volume is low on some BDs or
DVDs.
, Try setting “Audio DRC” to “TV Mode” in
the “Audio Settings” setup (page 57).
, Set “Audio ATT” to “Off” in the “Audio
Settings” setup (page 56).
The HD Audio (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio,
and DTS-HD Master Audio) is not output
by bitstream.
, Set “BD Audio Setting” to “Direct” in the
“Audio Settings” setup (page 56).
, Check that the connected AV amplifier
(receiver) is compatible with each HD
Audio format.
The interactive audio is not output.
, Set “BD Audio Setting” to “Mix” in the
“Audio Settings” setup (page 56).
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HDMI
There is no picture or no sound when
connected to the HDMI OUT jack.
, Try the following: 1Turn the player off
and on again. 2Turn the connected
equipment off and on again. 3Disconnect
and then reconnect the HDMI cable.
, If the player is connected to a TV through
an AV amplifier (receiver), try connecting
the HDMI cable directly to the TV. If the
problem is fixed, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the AV amplifier
(receiver).
There is no picture or picture noise
appears when connected to the HDMI OUT
jack.
, The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI
device that does not support copyright
protection technology.
, If the HDMI OUT jack is used for video
output, changing the video output
resolution may solve the problem
(page 50).
No sound is output from the HDMI OUT
jack.
, The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI
device (DVI jacks do not accept audio
signals).
The sound is not output correctly when
connected to the HDMI OUT jack.
, The device connected to the HDMI OUT
jack does not support the audio format of
the player. Check the audio settings
(page 53).
The display language on the screen
switches automatically when connected to
the HDMI OUT jack.
, When “Control for HDMI” is set to “On”
(page 60), the display language on the
screen automatically switches according to
the language setting of the connected TV (if
you change the setting on your TV, etc.).
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The “Control for HDMI” function does not
work (BRAVIA Sync).
, Check that the AC power cord of the
connected component is securely
connected.
, If the HDMI indicator does not appear in
the front panel display, check the HDMI
connection (page 15, 20).
, Check that “Control for HDMI” is set to
“On” (page 60).
, Make sure that the connected component is
compatible with the “Control for HDMI”
function. For details, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the component.
, Check the connected component’s setting
for the “Control for HDMI” function. For
details, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the component.
, If you change the HDMI connection, turn
the player off and on again.
, If power failure occurs, set “Control for
HDMI” to “Off,” then set “Control for
HDMI” to “On” (page 60).
, For details on the “Control for HDMI”
function, see “About the BRAVIA Sync
features (for HDMI connections only)”
(page 16).
, If you connect the player to a TV through an
AV amplifier (receiver) that is not
compatible with the “Control for HDMI”
function, you may be unable to control the
TV from the player.
, When you connect the player to a TV
through an AV amplifier (receiver), if you
change the HDMI connection, disconnect
and reconnect the AC power cord, or a
power failure occurs, try the following:
1Switch the input selector of the AV
amplifier (receiver) so that the picture from
the player appears on the TV screen. 2Set
“Control for HDMI” to “Off,” then set
“Control for HDMI” to “On” (page 60).
Refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the AV amplifier (receiver).
External memory (local
storage)
The external memory is not recognized.
, Try the following: 1Turn the player off.
2(USM1GH only) Align the V mark of the
EXT slot with the V mark on the external
memory, and insert the external memory.
3Turn the player on. 4Check that the
EXT indicator lights up in the front panel
display.
Bonus contents or other data that are
contained in a BD-ROM cannot be played.
A message indicating that the local
storage does not have enough space
appears on the screen.
, Delete unnecessary data in the external
memory (page 38).
Operation
The remote does not function.
, The batteries in the remote are weak
(page 27).
, The distance between the remote and the
player is too far.
, The remote is not pointed at the remote
sensor on the player.
The player does not detect a USB device
connected to the player.
, Make sure that the USB device is securely
connected to the USB jack on the front
panel (page 45).
, Check if the USB device or a cable is
damaged.
, Check if the USB device is on.
, The USB device is connected via a USB
hub. Connect the USB device directly to the
player.
, The player can only display ISO 8859-1compliant character formats. Other
character formats may be displayed
differently.
, Depending on the writing software used,
the input characters may be displayed
differently.
The disc does not start playing from the
beginning.
, Resume Play is on (page 36).
Some functions such as Stop or Search
cannot be performed.
, Depending on the disc, you may not be able
to do some of the operations above. Refer to
the instruction manual supplied with the
disc.
The language for the soundtrack/subtitle
or angles cannot be changed.
Additional Information
, Try the following: 1Remove the disc.
2Turn the player off. 3Remove and reinsert the external memory (page 24).
4Turn the player on. 5Check that the
EXT indicator lights up in the front panel
display. 6Insert the BD-ROM with
BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE.
The file name is not correctly displayed.
, Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu instead
of the direct selection button on the remote
(page 37).
, Multi-lingual tracks/subtitles or multiangles are not recorded on the BD or DVD
being played.
, The BD or DVD prohibits the changing of
the language for the soundtrack/subtitle or
angles.
The disc tray does not open and
“LOCKED” or “TLK ON” appears in the
front panel display.
, When “LOCKED” appears, the player is
locked. To cancel the Child Lock, hold
down N on the player until “UNLOCK”
appears in the front panel display (page 10).
, When “TLK ON” appears, contact your
Sony dealer or local authorized Sony
service facility.
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The disc tray does not open and you
cannot remove the disc even after you
press Z.
, Try the following: 1Turn the player off,
and disconnect the AC power cord.
2Reconnect the AC power cord while
pressing down Z on the player. 3Keep
pressing down Z on the player until the tray
opens. 4Remove the disc. 5When
“WAIT” appears in the front panel display,
hold down [/1 on the player for more than
10 seconds until the player turns on again.
The player does not respond to any button.
, Moisture has condensed inside the player
(page 3).
, Hold down [/1 on the player for more than
10 seconds until the indicators in the front
panel display turn off.
If the player still does not respond to any
button, disconnect then reconnect the AC
power cord.
Wireless LAN
You cannot connect your PC to the Internet
after you set the “Setting wireless LAN
(Automatic registration (WPS))” settings.
, The wireless settings of the wireless LAN
router (access point) may change
automatically if you use the Wi-Fi
Protected Setup function before adjusting
the settings of the wireless LAN router
(access point). In this case, check the
wireless settings of the wireless LAN router
(access point), and change the wireless
settings of your PC accordingly. For details,
refer to the instruction manual supplied
with the wireless LAN router (access point).
You cannot connect the player to the
wireless LAN router (access point).
, Check if the wireless LAN router (access
point) is on.
, Depending on the surrounding environment
such as the wall material, radio wave
receiving condition, or obstacles between
the player and the wireless LAN router
(access point), the communication distance
may be shortened. Move the player and the
wireless LAN router (access point) closer to
each other.
, Devices that use a 2.4 GHz frequency band
such as a microwave, Bluetooth, or digital
cordless device may interrupt the
communication. Move the player away
from such devices, or turn off such devices.
The wireless LAN router (access point) is
not displayed on “Access point scan” list.
, The wireless LAN router (access point) is
not displayed if you set the SSID to hide
with the wireless LAN router (access point).
Check and reset the SSID of the wireless
LAN router (access point) manually
(page 62).
Self-Diagnosis Function
When the self-diagnosis function is activated
to prevent the player from malfunctioning, an
error code appears in the front panel display,
or just
appears without any messages on
the entire screen.
In these cases, check the following.
When an error code appears in the front
panel display
Error code
Corrective action
Exxxx
SYS ERR
VUP NG
Contact your nearest Sony
dealer or local authorized Sony
service facility and give the
error code.
FAN ERR
• Check that the ventilation
holes on the rear of the player
are not blocked.
• Place the player in a location
with adequate ventilation to
prevent heat build-up in the
player.
When just
appears without any
messages on the entire screen
Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local
authorized Sony service facility.
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Playable Discs
Type
Disc Logo
Icon used in
this manual
Characteristics
BD
BD-ROMs and BD-REs/BD-Rs in
BDMV and BDAV mode, including
8 cm discs (single layer) and DL discs
DATA BD
BD-REs/BD-Rs containing MP3 audio
tracks* or JPEG image files
DVD
Discs such as movies that can be
purchased or rented
DVD
DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs in +VR mode or
DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in video and VR
mode, including 8 cm discs (single
layer) and DVD+R DL/DVD-R DL
discs
DATA DVD
DVD-ROMs and DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/
DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs containing MP3
audio tracks* or JPEG image files
CD
Music CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in music
CD format
DATA CD
CD-ROMs and CD-Rs/CD-RWs
containing MP3 audio tracks* or JPEG
image files
Blu-ray Disc
DVD
DATA DVD
CD
DATA CD
—
* MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3) is a standard
format defined by ISO (International
Organization for Standardization)/IEC
(International Electrotechnical Commission)
MPEG which compresses audio data.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and
patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and
Thomson.
Additional Information
DVD VIDEO
Notes about BD-ROM compatibility
Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new
and evolving, some discs may not be playable
depending on the disc type and the version.
The audio output differs depending on the
source, connected output jack, and selected
audio settings. For details, see page 76.
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Discs that cannot be played
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Notes about BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or CD-Rs/
CD-RWs
Some BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs,
DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot
be played on this player due to the recording
quality or physical condition of the disc, or the
characteristics of the recording device and
authoring software. The BD-Rs recorded on a PC
cannot be played if postscripts are recordable.
A CD or DVD disc will not play if it has not been
correctly finalized. For more information, refer to
the instruction manual supplied with the
recording device. Note that some playback
functions may not work with some DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs, even if they have been correctly
finalized. In this case, view the disc using normal
playback.
• Music discs encoded with copyright
protection technologies
This product is designed to play back discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
Various music discs encoded with copyright
protection technologies are being marketed by
some record companies. Please be aware that
among those discs, there are some that do not
conform to the CD standard and may not be
playable by this product.
• Note on DualDiscs
A DualDisc is a two sided disc product which
mates DVD recorded material on one side with
digital audio material on the other side.
However, since the audio material side does not
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard,
playback on this product is not guaranteed.
• Note about double-layer BDs/DVDs
The playback pictures and sound may be
momentarily interrupted when the layers switch.
• Note about 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs
Some 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs cannot be
played on this player.
• Note about BD-REs/BD-Rs
This player supports Ver. 2.1 BD-RE and
Ver. 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 BD-R including organic
pigment type BD-R (LTH type).
• Note about DTS 5.1 MUSIC DISCs
This player can play DTS 5.1 MUSIC DISCs.
BDs with cartridge
DVD-RAMs
HD DVDs
DVD Audio discs
PHOTO CDs
Data part of CD-Extras
VCDs/Super VCDs
HD layer on Super Audio CDs
Audio material side on DualDiscs
BD-ROMs/DVD VIDEOs with a different
region code (page 74).
• A disc recorded in a color system other than
NTSC, such as PAL (this player conforms
to the NTSC color system).
Note on playback operations of BDs/DVDs
Some playback operations of BDs/DVDs
may be intentionally set by software
producers. Since this player plays BDs/
DVDs according to the disc contents the
software producers designed, some playback
features may not be available. Refer to the
instruction manual supplied with the BDs/
DVDs.
Region code (BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO only)
Your player has a region code printed on the
rear of the unit and will only play BD-ROMs/
DVD VIDEOs (playback only) labeled with
identical region codes. This system is used to
protect copyrights.
DVD VIDEOs labeled ALL will also play on
this player.
Depending on the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO,
no region code may be indicated even though
playing the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO is
prohibited by area restrictions.
Region code
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*1
About playback of discs recorded in
AVCHD format
A high-definition specification which utilizes
1080 effective scanning lines and the interlace
system.
*2 A high-definition specification which utilizes
720 effective scanning lines and the progressive
system.
This player can play AVCHD format discs.
TM
b
What is the AVCHD format?
• Some AVCHD format discs may not play,
depending on the recording condition.
• The AVCHD format disc will not play if it has not
been correctly finalized.
Additional Information
The AVCHD format is a high-definition digital
video camera format used to record SD (standard
definition) or HD (high definition) signals of either
the 1080i specification*1 or the 720p
specification*2 on DVDs, using efficient data
compression coding technology. The MPEG-4
AVC/H.264 format is adopted to compress video
data, and the Dolby Digital or Linear PCM system
is used to compress audio data. The MPEG-4 AVC/
H.264 format is capable of compressing images at
higher efficiency than that of the conventional
image compressing format. The MPEG-4 AVC/
H.264 format enables a high definition (HD) video
signal shot on a digital video camera recorder to be
recorded on DVD discs, in the same way as it would
be for a standard definition (SD) television signal.
Video Output Resolution
Output resolution differs depending on the “Output Video Format” setting in the “Video
Settings” setup (page 50).
When “Output Video Format” is set to
“HDMI”
Resolution
setting
When “Output Video Format” is set to
“Component Video”
LINE OUT
VIDEO/
S VIDEO
jack
COMPONENT
VIDEO jacks
480i
480i
480i
480i
480i
480i
480i
480p
480i
480i
480p
480i
480p
480p
720p
480i
480i
720p
480i
720p*
720p*
1080i
480i
480i
1080i
480i
1080i*
1080i*
1080p
no picture
no picture
1080p
HDMI OUT
jack
* Protected contents on DVDs are output at 480p
resolution.
LINE OUT
VIDEO/
S VIDEO
jack
COMPONENT
VIDEO jacks
HDMI OUT
jack
unselectable unselectable unselectable
When “Output Video Format” is set to
“Video or S Video”
480i video signals are output from the LINE
OUT VIDEO/S VIDEO or COMPONENT
VIDEO jack, and 480p video signals are
output from the HDMI OUT jack.
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Audio Output Signals and Player Settings
The audio output signals differ, depending on the source, output jack, and the AV amplifier
(receiver) you use. To enjoy the sound you want, check the support audio format of the AV
amplifier (receiver), the connection to the AV amplifier (receiver), and the “Audio Settings”
setup pattern according to the tables below.
To enjoy
Connections and settings
Disc/source
HD Audio*2
Audio output
signal
AV amplifier (receiver) Player audio
support audio format jack*1
HD Audio*3
HD Audio*2
Up to 7.1ch LPCM*3
Multi-channel LPCM
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/DTS*4
Dolby Digital/DTS
7.1ch
—
Dolby Digital/DTS
BD
Dolby Digital/ Up to 7.1ch LPCM
DTS
Dolby Digital/DTS
Multi-channel LPCM
5.1ch
7.1ch LPCM/
5.1ch LPCM
—
“Audio
Settings”
setup pattern
HDMI OUT
A
DIGITAL OUT
C
MULTI
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
D
HDMI OUT
A
DIGITAL OUT
C
HDMI OUT
A
MULTI
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
D
7.1ch LPCM/
5.1ch LPCM
Multi-channel LPCM
HDMI OUT
B
2ch LPCM
2ch LPCM
DIGITAL OUT
C
MULTI
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
D
7.1ch/5.1ch
—
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/DTS
Digital/
DVD Dolby
DTS
5.1ch
—
HDMI OUT
B
DIGITAL OUT
C
MULTI
CHANNEL
OUTPUT
D
“Audio Settings” setup table
Output
Setup Audio
Priority*5
pattern
(page 53)
*1
Audio (HDMI)*6
(page 56)
BD Audio
Setting
(page 56)
A Direct
B Mix or Direct
AB
HDMI
Auto
—
—
C
Coaxial/Optical
—
—
DTS
Dolby Digital
D
Multi Channel
Analog
—
—
—
—
When connecting to the LINE OUT (R-AUDIOL) jacks, 2-channel signals are output.
*2 HD Audio includes Dolby TrueHD, Dolby
Digital Plus, DTS-HD Master Audio, and DTSHD High Resolution Audio formats.
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*6
DTS*6 (page 56) Dolby Digital
(page 56)
*3
For Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio,
set “HDMI Resolution” of “Output Video
Format” to other than “480i” or “480p” in the
“Video Settings” setup (page 50).
*4 The 2-channel or less-channel primary/
secondary audio signals are output as 2-channel
LPCM signals.
*5
The 2-channel LPCM signals are output from
output jacks other than priority jacks.
*6 The 2-channel LPCM signals are output in the
following cases:
– when “Audio (HDMI)” is set to “2ch PCM” in
the “Audio Settings” setup.
– when “Dolby Digital”/“DTS” is set to
“Downmix PCM” in the “Audio Settings”
setup.
About Wireless LAN
Security
Since communication via the wireless LAN
function is established by radio waves, the
wireless signal may be susceptible to
interception. To protect wireless
communication, this player supports various
security functions. Be sure to correctly
configure the security settings in accordance
with your network environment.
WEP
WEP applies security to communications to
prevent outsiders from intercepting
communications or intruding into your
wireless network. WEP is a legacy security
technology that enables older devices, which
do not support TKIP/AES, to be connected.
Additional Information
No Security
Although you can easily make settings,
anyone can intercept wireless
communication or intrude into your wireless
network, even without any sophisticated
tools. Keep in mind that there is a risk of
unauthorized access or interception of data.
WPA-PSK (TKIP)
TKIP is a security technology developed to
correct for the deficiencies of WEP. TKIP
assures a higher security level than WEP.
WPA-PSK (AES), WPA2-PSK (AES)
AES is a security technology that uses an
advanced security method that is distinct
from WEP and TKIP.
AES assures a higher security level than
WEP or TKIP.
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General
Specifications
System
Laser: Semiconductor laser
Inputs and outputs
(Jack name:
Jack type/Output level/Load impedance)
LINE OUT R-AUDIO-L:
Phono jack/2 Vrms/10 kilohms
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL):
Optical output jack/–18 dBm
(wave length 660 nm)
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL):
Phono jack/0.5 Vp-p/75 ohms
MULTI CHANNEL OUTPUT:
Phono jack/2 Vrms/10 kilohms
PHONES:
Stereo phone jack/10 mW/(32 ohms)
HDMI OUT:
HDMI 19-pin standard connector
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(Y, PB, PR):
Phono jack/Y: 1.0 Vp-p/
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms
LINE OUT VIDEO:
Phono jack/1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms
LINE OUT S VIDEO:
4-pin mini DIN/
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, C: 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms
LAN (100):
100BASE-TX Terminal
EXT:
External memory slot (For connecting the
external memory)
DC output: 5 V 500 mA Max
USB:
USB jack Type A (For connecting digital
still camera and USB memory)
Wireless
Wireless LAN standard:
IEEE802.11a/b/g
IEEE802.11n draft 2.0
Frequency range:
2.4 GHz band: Channels 1-11
5 GHz band: Channels 36-64, 100-140,
149-165
Modulation:
DS-SS Modem and OFDM Modem
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Power requirements:
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption:
32 W
Dimensions (approx.):
430 mm × 246 mm × 70 mm
(17 in. × 9 3/4 in. × 2 13/16 in.)
(width/depth/height) incl. projecting parts
Mass (approx.):
3.0 kg (6 lb 9 7/8 oz)
Operating temperature:
5 ºC to 35 ºC (41 °F to 95 °F)
Operating humidity:
25 % to 80 %
Supplied accessories
See page 13.
Specifications and design are subject to
change without notice.
Language Code List
For details, see page 58.
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Additional Information
not specified
Parental Control/Area Code
For details, see page 59.
Number, Area (Code)
2044, Argentina (ar)
2047, Australia (au)
2046, Austria (at)
2057, Belgium (be)
2070, Brazil (br)
2079, Canada (ca)
2090, Chile (cl)
2092, China (cn)
2093, Colombia (co)
2115, Denmark (dk)
2165, Finland (fi)
2174, France (fr)
2109, Germany (de)
2200, Greece (gr)
2219, Hong Kong (hk)
2248, India (in)
2238, Indonesia (id)
2239, Ireland (ie)
2254, Italy (it)
2276, Japan (jp)
2304, Korea (kr)
2333, Luxembourg (lu)
2363, Malaysia (my)
2362, Mexico (mx)
2376, Netherlands (nl)
2390, New Zealand (nz)
2379, Norway (no)
2427, Pakistan (pk)
2424, Philippines (ph)
2428, Poland (pl)
2436, Portugal (pt)
2489, Russia (ru)
2501, Singapore (sg)
2149, Spain (es)
2499, Sweden (se)
2086, Switzerland (ch)
2543, Taiwan (tw)
2528, Thailand (th)
2184, United Kingdom (gb)
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BD-RE (page 73)
Glossary
AACS
“Advanced Access Content System” is a
specification for managing digital
entertainment contents stored on the next
generation of prerecorded and recorded
optical media. The specification enables
consumers to enjoy digital entertainment
content, including high-definition content.
AVCHD (page 75)
*1
A high definition specification that utilizes 1080
effective scanning lines and the interlace format.
*2 A high definition specification that utilizes 720
effective scanning lines and the progressive
format.
BD-J application
The BD-ROM format supports Java for
interactive functions.
“BD-J” offers content providers almost
unlimited functionality when creating
interactive BD-ROM titles.
BD-R (page 73)
BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) is a
recordable, write-once Blu-ray Disc,
available in the same capacities as the BD
below. Since contents can be recorded and
cannot be overwritten, a BD-R can be used to
archive valuable data or storing and
distributing video material.
BD-ROM (page 73)
BD-ROMs (Blu-ray Disc Read-Only
Memory) are commercially produced discs
and are available in the same capacities as the
BD below. Other than conventional movie
and video contents, these discs have
enhanced features such as interactive content,
menu operations using pop-up menus,
selection of subtitle display, and slideshow.
Although a BD-ROM may contain any form
of data, most BD-ROM discs will contain
movies in High Definition format, for
playback on Blu-ray Disc/DVD players.
Blu-ray Disc (BD) (page 73)
A disc format developed for recording/
playing high-definition (HD) video (for
HDTV, etc.), and for storing large amounts of
data. A single layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to
25 GB, and a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc holds
up to 50 GB of data.
Additional Information
The AVCHD format is a high definition
digital video camera format used to record
SD (standard definition) or HD (high
definition) signals of either the 1080i
specification*1 or the 720p specification*2 on
DVDs, using efficient data compression
coding technology. The MPEG-4 AVC/
H.264 format is adopted to compress video
data, and the Dolby Digital or Linear PCM is
used to compress audio data. The MPEG-4
AVC/H.264 format is capable of
compressing images at higher efficiency than
that of the conventional image compression
format. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format
enables a high definition (HD) video signal
shot on a digital video camera recorder to be
recorded on DVDs in the same way as for a
standard definition (SD) television signal.
BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) is a
recordable and rewritable Blu-ray Disc,
available in the same capacities as the BD
below. The re-recordable feature makes
extensive editing and time-shifting
applications possible.
Deep Color (page 52)
These are video signals for which the color
depth of signals passing through an HDMI
jack have been enhanced. With a Non-Deep
Color-compatible player, the number of
colors 1 pixel can express is 8 bits per
component video signal (Y, PB, PR) (24 bits/
16,777,216 colors). However, with a Deep
Color-compatible player, 1 pixel can express
more bits, such as 12 bits per component
video signal (Y, PB, PR) (36 bits). With more
bits, the gradation of color depth can be
expressed more finely, and continuous color
changes will be displayed more smoothly.
DLNA (page 46, 65)
The “Digital Living Network Alliance” is a
non-profit organization that formulates
DLNA Interoperability Guidelines for
sharing digital content via a network.
For details, visit the following website:
http://www.dlna.org
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Dolby Digital Plus (page 76)
LTH (Low to High) (page 74)
Developed as an extension to Dolby Digital,
the audio coding technology supports 7.1
multi-channel surround sound.
LTH is a recording system that supports
organic pigment type BD-R.
PhotoTV HD (page 45)
Dolby TrueHD (page 76)
Dolby TrueHD is a lossless coding
technology that supports up to 8 channels of
multi-channel surround sound for the next
generation optical discs. The reproduced
sound is true to the original source bit-for-bit.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio (page 76)
Developed as an extension to DTS Digital
Surround format. It supports a maximum
sampling frequency of 96 kHz, and 7.1 multichannel surround.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio has a
maximum transmission rate of 6 Mbps, with
lossy compression (Lossy).
DTS-HD Master Audio (page 76)
DTS-HD Master Audio has a maximum
transmission rate of 24.5 Mbps, and uses
lossless compression (Lossless), and DTSHD Master Audio corresponds to a maximum
sampling frequency of 192 kHz, and
maximum of 7.1ch.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface) (page 15)
HDMI is an interface that supports both video
and audio on a single digital connection. The
HDMI connection carries standard- to highdefinition video signals and multi-channel
audio signals to AV components such as
HDMI equipped TVs, in digital form without
degradation.
The HDMI specification supports HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection), a copy protection technology for
digital entertainment contents for HDMI.
HD Reality Enhancer (HDMI) (page 40, 44)
Sony-developed technology provides realtime parsing pixel-by-pixel, performs
optimum smoothing, clarifies details,
removes noise and achieves smoother
gradation in video signals during playback.
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“PhotoTV HD” allows for a highly-detailed
pictures, and photo-like expression of subtle
textures and colors. By connecting Sony
“PhotoTV HD” compatible devices using an
HDMI cable, whole new world of photos can
be enjoyed in breathtaking Full HD quality.
For instance, the delicate texture of the
human skin, flowers, sand and waves can
now be displayed on a large screen in
beautiful photo-like quality.
Pop-up menu (page 37)
An enhanced menu operation available on
BD-ROMs. The pop-up menu appears when
POP UP/MENU is pressed during playback,
and can be operated while playback is in
progress.
Super Bit Mapping (page 52)
It is possible to achieve smoother gradation
by putting 14 bits of information into an 8-bit
video signal. This Sony-developed
technology takes into account human vision
characteristics.
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (page 25, 32)
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup specification
easily sets the security of wireless home
networks.
There are 2 ways to use the Wi-Fi Protected
Setup function:
– The Push Button Configuration method,
using the WPS button on the wireless LAN
router (access point)
– The PIN method, using a PIN code
x.v.Color (page 52)
x.v.Color is a familiar term for the xvYCC
standard proposed by Sony.
xvYCC is an international standard for color
space in video.
This standard can express a wider color range
than the currently used broadcast standard.
24p True Cinema (page 51)
Movies shot with a film camera consist of 24
frames per second.
Since conventional televisions (both CRT
and flat panels) display frames either at 1/60
or 1/50 second intervals, the 24 frames do not
appear at an even pace.
When connected to a TV with 24p
capabilities, the player displays each frame at
1/24 second intervals — the same interval
originally shot with the film camera, thus
faithfully reproducing the original cinema
image.
Additional Information
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Index
Words in quotations appear
in the on-screen displays.
Numerics
24p True Cinema 93
A
AACS 91
ANGLE 8
AUDIO 8
“Audio Output Priority”
53
Audio output signals 76
“Audio Settings” 41, 53
“Auto Power Off” 61
AVCHD 75, 91
B
94
D
N
Deep Color 52, 91
“Dimmer” 60
Disc Lock 36
DISPLAY 9
DLNA 46, 65, 91
Dolby Digital 21, 56
Dolby Digital Plus 76, 92
Dolby TrueHD 76, 92
DTS 21, 56
DTS-HD 76, 92
DVD 73
“Network Settings” 62
“Network Update” 26, 48
E
Easy Setup 29, 67
Enter characters 64
External memory 24, 37,
71
F
Freeze frame 9
Front panel display 11
Batteries 27
“BD Data” 38
“BD/DVD Viewing
Settings” 58
BD-LIVE 24, 37
BD-R 73, 91
BD-RE 73, 91
Bitstream 69
Blu-ray Disc 73, 91
BONUSVIEW 37
BRAVIA Sync 16, 70
HD Audio 76
“HD Reality Enhancer
(HDMI)” 40, 44, 92
HDMI 15, 20, 30, 50, 51,
52, 53, 56, 70, 92
“Headphones Type” 41
HOME 9, 35, 47
Home menu 47
C
L
CD 73
“Chapter Search” 39
Child Lock 10, 71
Color buttons 9
Connecting
AV amplifier
(receiver) 19
TV 14
“Control for HDMI” 16,
36, 60, 70
Language Follow 16
Local storage 24, 37, 71
LTH 92
H
M
MAC address 61
MP3 audio tracks 42, 73
MULTI CHANNEL
OUTPUT 22, 53
“Music” 42
O
One-Touch Play 16, 36
OPTIONS 9, 37, 42, 44
“OSD” 60
P
Parental Control 36, 58
“Photo” 43
“Photo Settings” 60
PhotoTV HD 45, 92
Play information 39
Playable discs 73
POP UP/MENU 9, 37
Q
“Quick Start Mode” 60
R
Region code 74
Remote 8, 27, 28
“Resetting” 67
Resetting the player 67
Resume 9, 36, 43
S
SCENE SEARCH 9, 38
Self-diagnosis function 72
“Setup” 47
Slideshow 43, 45, 46
Slow-motion play 9
Software update 26, 48,
61
“Speaker Settings” 53
SUBTITLE 8
Super Bit Mapping 52, 92
SURROUND 41
System Power-Off 16
“System Settings” 60
T
THEATER 8, 16
“Title Search” 39
TOP MENU 9, 37
Troubleshooting 68
“TV Type” 49
U
Update 26, 48
USB 45
V
“Video” 35
Video output resolution 75
“Video Settings” 40, 49
W
WEP 33, 62, 77
WEP key 33, 62
Wi-Fi Protected Setup 25,
32, 62, 92
WPA key 33, 62
WPA2-PSK (AES) 77
WPA-PSK (AES) 77
WPA-PSK (TKIP) 77
WPS button 25, 32
X
x.v.Color 52, 92
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