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UD7007
Owner’s Manual
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nSAFETY PRECAUTIONS
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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LASER PRODUCT
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.
15. Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or
the like.
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CAUTION:
To completely disconnect this product from the mains, disconnect
the plug from the wall socket outlet.
The mains plug is used to completely interrupt the power supply to
the unit and must be within easy access by the user.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THIS PRODUCT SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE
EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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1.PRODUCT
This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this product may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this product must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
2.IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS PRODUCT
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained
in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modification not expressly
approved by marantz may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use
the product.
3.NOTE
This product 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 product 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
product does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the product 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 product into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
•Consult the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product or
an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For Canadian customers:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
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The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
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FCC INFORMATION (For US customers)
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CAUTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
nCAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
nNOTES ON USE
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WARNINGS
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Wall
zz For proper heat dispersal, do not install this unit in a confined space,
such as a bookcase or similar enclosure.
•More than 4 in. (0.1 m) is recommended.
•Do not place any other equipment on this unit.
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•Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when installed in a rack.
•Handle the power cord carefully.
Hold the plug when unplugging the cord.
•Keep the unit free from moisture, water, and dust.
•Unplug the power cord when not using the unit for long periods of time.
•Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
•Do not let foreign objects into the unit.
•Do not let insecticides, benzene, and thinner come in contact with the unit.
•Never disassemble or modify the unit in any way.
•Ventilation should not be impeded by covering the ventilation openings with
items, such as newspapers, tablecloths or curtains.
•Naked flame sources such as lighted candles should not be placed on the
unit.
•Observe and follow local regulations regarding battery disposal.
•Do not expose the unit to dripping or splashing fluids.
•Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the unit.
•Do not handle the mains cord with wet hands.
•When the switch is in the OFF (STANDBY) position, the equipment is not
completely switched off from MAINS.
•The equipment shall be installed near the power supply so that the power
supply is easily accessible.
•Do not keep the battery in a place exposed to direct sunlight or in places
with extremely high temperatures, such as near a heater.
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Getting started
Thank you for purchasing this marantz product. To ensure proper operation, please read these owner’s manual carefully before using the product.
After reading them, be sure to keep them for future reference.
Contents
Basic version·············································································4
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Convenient functions···································································33
Playing BD-Video compatible with Bonus View···························33
Playing back BD-Live™································································34
HDMI control functions·······························································35
How to make detailed settings···················································36
Menu map···················································································36
SETUP menu operation·······························································38
General Settings··········································································39
Video Settings·············································································43
Audio Settings·············································································44
System Information·····································································45
Informations···········································································46
Part names and functions···························································47
Front panel···················································································47
Display·························································································48
Rear panel····················································································49
Remote control unit·····································································50
Other information········································································53
Playable media·············································································53
Cautions on using media·····························································57
Copyright protection system (HDCP)···········································58
About digital signal audio output··················································59
Trademark information·································································60
Explanation of Terms···································································61
Troubleshooting···········································································63
Specifications···············································································67
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Accessories
Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
qGetting Started......................................................................... 1
wCD-ROM (Owner’s manual)..................................................... 1
eSafety instructions.................................................................... 1
rRECYCLING SHEET................................................................. 1
tWarranty card (for USA)........................................................... 1
yWarranty card (for CANADA).................................................... 1
uPower cord............................................................................... 1
iRemote control (RC006UD)...................................................... 1
o R03/AAA batteries.................................................................... 2
Q0HDMI cable.............................................................................. 1
Q1Remote control cable............................................................... 1
Q2 Audio cable............................................................................... 1
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Connections····················································································5
Important information····································································5
HDMI connections·········································································7
Connecting a 2-channel audio amplifier·········································8
Connecting to a device equipped with coaxial digital audio input
terminals························································································9
Connecting a USB memory device to the USB port······················9
Connecting to a home network (LAN)·········································10
Remote control connection·························································12
Connecting the power cord·························································12
Playback························································································13
Media icons·················································································13
Turn on the power·······································································13
About playback information·························································14
Playing BD and DVD-Video··························································16
Playing Super Audio CD·······························································17
Playing CD···················································································17
Playing DVD-Audio·······································································18
Playing files (MEDIA PLAYER)·····················································19
Playing YouTube video································································21
Playing NETFLIX video picture·····················································21
Playing vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps···········································22
Playing hulu PLUS video······························································22
Operations enabled during playback············································23
Settings·························································································28
Settings enabled during playback················································28
Advanced version·································································32
Advanced version
Getting started···············································································1
Accessories···················································································1
Features·························································································2
Cautions on handling·····································································2
Cautions on handling for 3D video·················································3
Features
Cautions on handling
GUI equipped for good operability and visibility
The unit supports a variety of media and enables video and audio
playback of your disc libraries with high quality (vpage 53
“Playable media”).
This unit is equipped with an easy to see “Graphical User Interface”
that uses menu displays and levels. The use of level displays
increases operability of the this unit (vpage 38 “SETUP menu
operation”).
Supporting the Network operations
HDMI control
3D video playback
AV Pure Direct playback where there is no
interference between audio and video signals
This unit outputs audio and video signals separately from two
HDMI connectors.
This allows for clear signal transmission where there is little
interference between signals.
•Image persistence (image burn-in)
Do not leave still images of the disc menu, the unit menu, etc.,
displayed on the TV screen for long periods. This can result in image
persistence (image burn-in) on the screen.
•About condensation
If there is a major difference in temperature between the inside of
the unit and the surroundings, condensation (dew) may form on
the operating parts inside the unit, causing the unit not to operate
properly.
If this happens, let the unit sit for an hour or two with the power
turned off and wait until there is little difference in temperature
before using the unit.
•Cautions on using mobile phones
Using a mobile phone near this unit may result in noise. If that
occurs, move the mobile phone away from the unit when it is in use.
•Moving the unit
Be sure to remove a disc, turn off the power and unplug the power
cord from the power outlet. Next, disconnect the connection cables
to other system equipment before moving the unit.
Independent Block Construction for playing video
and audio signals with high fidelity
The electronic circuits are separated to prevent electronic and
electromagnetic noise caused by various electronic signals in the
unit.
•About Care
•Wipe the cabinet and control panel clean with a soft cloth.
•Follow the instructions when using a chemical cleaner.
•Benzene, paint thinner or other organic solvents, as well as
insecticide, may cause material changes and discoloration if
brought into contact with the unit, and should, therefore, not be
used.
•Sufficiently ventilate the place of installation
If the unit is left in a room full of the smoke from cigarettes, etc., for
long periods of time, the surface of the optical pickup could get dirty,
in which case it will not be able to read the signals properly.
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Information
When the unit is connected to a 3D enabled TV with a high speed
HDMI cable, you can enjoy 3D video.
By connecting a television or AV receiver that supports the HDMI
control function to this unit using an HDMI cable, and enabling
the HDMI control settings on each device, you can control other
devices from one device (vpage 35 “HDMI control functions”).
•Power is supplied to some of the circuitry even when the unit is set
to the standby mode. When leaving home for long periods of time,
be sure to unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
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•When the unit is connected to the Internet, YouTube/NETFLIX/
vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps/hulu PLUS service can be used.
•Music, photos, video files stored on the device connected via the
network can be played.
•When the unit is connected to the Internet, privileged video can
be downloaded from the Internet site to the built-in memory to
enjoy BD-LIVE™ (vpage 10 “Connecting to a home network
(LAN)”).
•Before turning the power switch on
Check once again that all connections are correct and that there are
no problems with the connection cables.
Basic version
A Universal Audio/Video player that plays Super
Audio CD and DVD-Audio formats
Cautions on handling for 3D video
Basic version
Before viewing 3D video, refer to the considerations described in the
instruction manuals and other documents for your 3D enabled TV and
3D compatible glasses together with this manual.
•Do not view 3D video if you have epilepsy or heart disease, if
you have had photosensitivity reactions before, or when you
do not feel well.
Doing so may aggravate the symptoms.
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•When you view 3D movies, etc., take a break adequately, once
per movie as a guide.
Prolonged viewing of 3D video may cause eye strain.
•Restrict viewing of 3D video to those aged six and over as a
guide.
Children do not respond to tiredness and discomfort expressly, so
they may suddenly get sick.
When children view 3D video, parents should keep their eyes open
for signs of eye strain in children.
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•Stop viewing 3D video when you see double images or you can
not see 3D effects.
Viewing 3D video continuously in these conditions may cause eye
strain.
•Stop viewing 3D video when you feel something wrong, get
tired, or get sick.
Viewing 3D video continuously in these conditions may cause poor
physical condition. Take a proper break.
•Pay attention to nearby people and objects.
Reaching for something without a sense of distance due to 3D video
or moving your body suddenly in response to a 3D video image
when you take it for a real object may cause injury to nearby people
or cause damages to nearby objects resulting in injury. Keep fragile
objects away from your viewing area.
•Wear your vision correction glasses or contact lens under
the 3D glasses if you have nearsightedness, farsightedness,
anisometropia, or astigmatism.
Viewing 3D video without correcting your vision may cause eye
strain or decreased vision.
•Sit at a proper distance from the screen when you view 3D
video.
Sitting too close to the screen may cause eye strain or decreased
vision. Sit at a distance that is recommended in the instruction
manual for your TV.
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Basic version
Here, we explain the connections and basic operation methods for this unit.
F Playback (Basic operation) vpage 13
F Settings vpage 28
Advanced version
F Connections vpage 5
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Important information
Make connections before using this unit.
To create a home theater that can play back higher quality video
and audio by fully utilizing the capabilities of this unit and your
video devices, connect this unit to each of your video devices
with HDMI cables.
vpage 7
vpage 9
vpage 10
•High quality playback by transmitting audio and video via digital signals
HDMI connections can transmit high definition video and high quality audio formats (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, dts-HD, dts-HD
Master Audio).
HDMI connections also convey information required for playback between devices. The information is used for copyright protection and
TV resolution recognition, the HDMI control function, etc.
•Transmission of audio and video signals with a single HDMI cable
Previous connections require multiple audio and video cables, but HDMI connections require only a single HDMI cable to transmit audio
and video signals. This allows wires in a home theater system, which tend to be complicated, to be more organized.
•Mutual control through the HDMI control function (vpage 35)
This unit and the HDMI device connected via HDMI can be linked to perform operations such as power control.
vpage 12
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vpage 7
You can connect HDMI-compatible devices to the unit.
Connections with an HDMI cable offer the following benefits that can not be achieved with other connection methods.
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Connections
•3D video playback, supported (vpage 6, 43).
Audio and video cable
•There is more than one version of HDMI standard. The supported functions and the performance vary according to the version. To enjoy these
functions, the HDMI device connected to this unit also needs to use the same version of the standard. For the version of the HDMI standard
on the device connected to this unit, see the device’s manual.
•Some TVs do not support audio input via HDMI connections. For details, see your TV’s manual.
HDMI cable
Audio cable
Audio cable
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Audio cable (sold separately)
nn Connecting this unit to a TV or AV receiver via HDMI connections (vpage 7)
nn Connecting a TV (vpage 7)
Coaxial cable
nn HDMI control functions (vpage 35)
nn HDMI (vpage 43)
Balanced cable
Cable (sold separately)
Ethernet cable
NOTE
•Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been
completed.
•When making connections, also refer to the operating instructions of
the other devices being connected.
•Do not bundle power cords together with connection cables. Doing
so can result in noise.
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Cables used for connections
Important information
nnDeep Color (vpage 43, 61)
When a device supporting Deep Color is connected, use a cable compatible with “High Speed HDMI
cable” or “High Speed HDMI cable with Ethernet”.
This unit supports the following HDMI functions:
nnAbout 3D function
nnHigh definition digital audio format
This unit supports output of 3D (3 dimensional) video signals of HDMI.
To play back 3D video, you need a TV or AV receiver that provide support for the HDMI 3D function.
Copyright protection system
NOTE
•When playing back 3D video, refer to the instructions provided in the manual of your playback device
together with this manual.
•This unit can overlay video on the OPTION setting and information bar while playing back 3D video
contents. Note that for some 3D video contents this unit cannot overlay video on the OPTION setting
and information bar.
•If 2D video is converted to 3D video on the television, the menu screen and status display on this unit
are not displayed correctly. To view the menu screen and status display on this unit correctly, turn the
television setting that converts 2D video to 3D video off.
Settings related to HDMI connections
Set as necessary. For details, see the respective reference pages.
nnHDMI control function (vpage 35)
This function allows you to operate external devices from the unit.
nnSystem (vpage 39)
NOTE
•HDMI Control
•HDMI Power Off Control
nnHDMI (vpage 43)
•Color Space
•HDMI Deep Color
nn3D (vpage 43)
•3D Output
•Screen Size
nnAudio Output (vpage 44)
•HDMI
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•HDMI Output
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The HDMI control function may not work depending on the device it is connected to and its settings.
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In order to play back digital video and audio such as BD-Video or DVD-Video via HDMI connection, both
this unit and TV or AV receiver need to support the copyright protection system known as HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection System). HDCP is copyright protection technology comprised of
data encryption and authentication of the connected AV devices. This unit supports HDCP.
•If a device that does not support HDCP is connected, video and audio are not output correctly. Read
the owner’s manual of your television or AV receiver for more information.
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HDMI function
HDMI connections
Connecting a TV
This connection is to connect the unit and a television directly.
Connect a TV to the HDMI OUT MONITOR(VIDEO) connector.
•Use only HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable that bears the HDMI logo (genuine HDMI
product). Using cable without the HDMI logo (non-genuine HDMI product) may result in abnormal
playback.
•When outputting Deep Color or 3D, etc., we recommend you use “High Speed HDMI cable” or “High
Speed HDMI cable with Ethernet” for enhanced high-quality playback.
When a TV is connected to the HDMI OUT AMP(AUDIO) connector, it may not function properly.
TV
This method is for connecting the unit to an AV receiver.
Connect an AV receiver to the HDMI OUT AMP(AUDIO) connector.
HDMI cable
AV Receiver
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When an AV receiver is connected to the HDMI OUT MONITOR(VIDEO) connector, it may not function
properly.
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HDMI cable
HDMI cable
NOTE
•The unit can play both NTSC and PAL discs.
•This unit automatically determines whether the disc is NTSC or PAL . Note that the function to convert
NTSC to PAL is not included.
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HDMI
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Connecting this unit to a TV or AV receiver via HDMI connections
HDMI
IN
Basic version
This section describes three methods for connecting this unit and a television, connecting directly or via
an AV receiver.
Use an appropriate method depending on the television to be used. For the connection, use an HDMI
cable.
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HDMI connections
Connecting a 2-channel audio amplifier
This connection is for playback of audio of this unit, using a 2-channel audio device.
This shows how to make a connection in order to use the AV Pure Direct function.
For software recorded in multi-channel, an analog signal down-mixed to 2-channel is output.
TV
Amplifier
Amplifier
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AUDIO
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The MONITOR(VIDEO) connector outputs video signals.
The AMP(AUDIO) connector outputs audio and black video signals.
To use the AV Pure Direct function, you must change the Pure Direct setting.
For how to change this setting, see (vpage 28) .
Connecting to a device equipped with a DVI-D connector
Use an HDMI DVI-D conversion cable.
•The audio signal is not output. Make the appropriate audio connections for your devices.
•The video signal will be in RGB format.
•You cannot output to a DVI-D device that does not support HDCP (high-bandwidth digital content
copyright protection system).
•Video may not be output depending on the combination of devices.
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HDMI
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AV Pure Direct connection
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Connecting to a device equipped with coaxial digital
audio input terminals
Connecting a USB memory device to the USB port
This connection is for playback of audio of this unit, using an audio device with coaxial digital audio input
terminals.
To connect a USB memory device to this unit.
Audio device
USB memory
device
AUDIO
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•You can enjoy music, video and photo stored on a USB memory device.
•For operating instructions see “Playing files (MEDIA PLAYER)” (vpage 19).
COAXIAL
IN
Advanced version
When multi-channel audio is to be converted to 2-channel audio and output, change the setting for a
connected Coaxial digital output to PCM from Bitstream, then make the setting for the sampling rate for
digital audio output, depending on the device (vpage 44 “Down Sampling”).
NOTE
•USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
•It is not possible to use this unit by connecting the unit’s USB port to a PC via a USB cable.
•Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory device. This may cause radio interference
with other devices.
•Be sure to turn the power off when inserting or removing a USB memory device. Data stored in the USB
memory device or the memory of the unit may be damaged.
•Compatibility of all USB memory devices is not guaranteed.
•For reformatting a USB memory device, format it with FAT16 or FAT32.
NOTE
If you play back BD/DVD or other media with an incorrect configuration, a deafening noise occurs that may
damage your speakers.
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Information
•marantz does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will operate or receive power. When using
a portable USB connection type HDD of the kind to which an AC adapter can be connected to supply
power, use the AC adapter.
•If the “USB“ indicator does not light, turn the power off, reinsert the USB memory device, and turn the
unit on again.
Connecting to a home network (LAN)
Required system
•Playback of network audio or video such as the media servers
•Playback of audio or video from online services
•BD-Live™
nnBroadband internet connection
nnModem
Device that connects to the broadband circuit
and conducts communications on the Internet.
A type that is integrated with a router is also
available.
In addition, when an updated firmware becomes available for improving this unit, the update information is
delivered from us to this unit over the network. You can then download the latest firmware.
For more information, select “Firmware Update” (vpage 40).
Modem
PC
nnRouter
When using this unit, we recommend you use
a router equipped with the following functions:
•Built-in DHCP server
This function automatically assigns IP
addresses on the LAN.
•Built-in 100BASE-TX switch
When connecting multiple devices, we
recommend a switching hub with a speed of
100 Mbps or greater.
NAS
(Network Attached
Storage)
Internet
To WAN side
To LAN port
To LAN port
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
•Use only a shielded STP or ScTP LAN cable
which is available at retailer.
•The normal shielded-type Ethernet cable
is recommended. If a flat-type cable or
unshielded-type cable is used, other devices
could be affected by noise.
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
Router
NOTE
•A contract with an ISP is required to connect to
the Internet.
No additional contract is needed if you already
have a broadband connection to the Internet.
•The types of routers that can be used depend on
the ISP. Contact an ISP or a computer shop for
details.
•marantz assumes no responsibility whatsoever
for any communication errors or troubles
resulting from customer’s network environment
or connected devices.
•This unit is not compatible with PPPoE. A PPPoEcompatible router is required if you have a contract
for a type of line set by PPPoE.
•Do not connect an NETWORK connector directly
to the LAN port/ Ethernet connector on your
computer.
•To listen to audio or video streaming, use a router
that supports audio or video streaming.
v See overleaf
For connections to the Internet, contact an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or a computer shop.
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Information
nnEthernet cable
(CAT-5 or greater recommended)
Advanced version
Network settings are necessary. See “Network” (vpage 41) for more information on network setting.
•If you have an Internet provider contract for a line
on which network settings are made manually,
make the settings at “Network” (vpage 41).
•With this unit, it is possible to use the DHCP and
Auto IP functions to make the network settings
automatically.
•When using this unit with the broadband router’s
DHCP function enabled, this unit automatically
performs the IP address setting and other
settings.
When using this unit connected to a network with
no DHCP function, make the settings for the IP
address, etc., at “Network” (vpage 41).
•When setting manually, check the setting
contents with the network administrator.
Basic version
You can connect this unit to your home network (LAN) to perform various types of playbacks and operations
as follows. Make network connections for this unit by carefully reading information on this page.
Connecting to a home network (LAN)
After connection, test the Internet connection with “Connection Test” (vpage 41) in “Network”
on the SETUP menu.
•If “Network is FAILED.” is displayed in the test, check the IP address with “Network” in “Information”
on the SETUP menu, then set “DHCP” to “Manual” (vpage 41).
After you connect this unit to the router with a LAN cable, use the following procedures to check the
network connection.
1 Press ON/STANDBY X to turn on power to the unit.
•The unit can use the DHCP function to automatically set up the network.
•When setting up your network manually, after subscribing to an ISP, make the settings according to
directions in “Network” on the SETUP menu (vpage 41).
•If you connect the unit to a network without a DHCP function, conduct IP address and other settings
according to “Network” on the SETUP menu (vpage 41).
•The unit does not support PPPoE. If you subscribe to a service that is set with PPPoE, a PPPoE
compatible router is required.
•When setting up the network manually, consult with your network administrator for the settings to
make.
•Switch the input source for the TV and AV receiver so that the video output
from this unit is displayed on the TV screen.
The connection test starts.
•If the connection is not established, a message is displayed. Check the
connection settings and connection environment.
For playing files stored on a device connected via a network, the device must have the unit registered
in advance.
•For registering, refer to the operation manual supplied with the server.
Advanced version
2 Press SETUP.
Use uio p to select “General Settings” – “Network” –
3 “Connection
Test” (vpage 41).
nnRegistering the connected device for the network
Information
For Internet connections, use an ISP (Internet Service Provider). Ask your local dealer for details.
NOTE
•Do not connect an NETWORK connector directly to the LAN port/Ethernet connector on your
computer.
•It is necessary to subscribe to an ISP in order to connect to the Internet. If you already have a
broadband connection, there is no need to subscribe anew.
•The router you can use varies with the ISP. For more information, contact your ISP or PC dealer.
•marantz assumes no responsibility whatsoever for any communication errors or problems resulting
from customer's network environment or connected devices.
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Checking the network connection
nnChecking the network connection
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Remote control connection
Connecting the power cord
After completing all the connections, insert the power plug into the power outlet.
Connection
Use the supplied remote control cable to connect the REMOTE CONTROL IN connector of this unit to
REMOTE CONTROL OUT connector of the amplifier.
Basic version
When you use this unit connected to a marantz amplifier, this unit receives operation signals sent from the
amplifier and operates accordingly.
Setting
To household power outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
Power cord (supplied)
NOTE
To use this unit without connecting it to the amplifier, set the remote control switch to “INT. (INTERNAL)”.
•Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been completed.
•Do not bundle power cords together with connection cables. Doing so can result in humming or noise.
This unit
Advanced version
Set the remote control switch on the rear panel of this unit to“EXT. (EXTERNAL)” to use this feature.
•This setting will disable remote sensor reception of this unit.
•To operate the unit, point the remote control at the remote sensor of the amplifier.
Information
Set to “EXT. (EXTERNAL)”
Remote control cable
(supplied)
Amplifier
Flasher input
This is used when controlling components from different rooms with a keypad or other input device.
Set the remote switch to “INT. (INTERNAL)” when using a flasher input.
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Operations enabled during playback (vpage 23)
This unit can play back various kinds of media including video, audio,
and photos. In this owner’s manual, corresponding media icons are
indicated next to titles for each operation description. The following
table shows what content can be played back for each media.
Video : Blu-ray Disc, DVD-Video, DivX plus HD,
MPEG, AVI, WMV, AVCHD
Audio : Super Audio CD, CD, DVD-Audio, MP3,
WMA, AAC, LPCM, FLAC
Photo : JPEG, PNG
Turn on the power
Before using a remote control, insert the batteries (vpage 51
“Inserting the batteries”).
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
The STANDBY indicator flashes and the
power turns on.
Then the STANDBY indicator is turned
off.
•“LOADING” appears on the display, and
disc information is read.
NOTE
•The symbol
(prohibited mark) may appear on the top left of the
TV screen during an operation. This means that the operation being
conducted is prohibited.
•Depending on the disc, certain operations may not be as described in
this manual. Check each disc owner’s manual for more information.
•During playback of a 2-layered disc, pictures may stop momentarily.
This happens when the 1st layer switches to the 2nd layer. This is
not a malfunction.
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2 Turn on the power of the TV and AV receiver.
•The “NO DISC” message is displayed if a disc is not loaded.
3 Set the TV and AV receiver source to the unit input.
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Press ON/STANDBY X.
•The STANDBY indicator flashes. Then the indicator lights in red and
the power is turned off.
GSTANDBY indicator status in “Energy Saving Mode”
(vpage 39)H
•Energy Saving Standby : Red
•Normal Standby : Orange
•Quick Start : Orange
When “Auto Standby” is “On” (vpage 39), the following
states are maintained for about 30 minutes, and then the power is
automatically turned to standby.
•Disc not loaded
•Playback has stopped
•Stopped due to resume function
NOTE
During power standby, a slight amount of power is consumed. To
totally cut off the power, remove the power cord from the power
outlet.
Information
Settings enabled during playback (vpage 28)
When power is switched to standby
Media icons
Advanced version
nn Media icons (vpage 13)
nn Turn on the power (vpage 13)
nn About playback information (vpage 14)
nn Playing BD and DVD-Video (vpage 16)
nn Playing Super Audio CD (vpage 17)
nn Playing CD (vpage 17)
nn Playing DVD-Audio (vpage 18)
nn Playing files (MEDIA PLAYER) (vpage 19)
nn Playing YouTube video (vpage 21)
nn Playing NETFLIX video picture (vpage 21)
nn Playing vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps (vpage 22)
nn Playing hulu PLUS video (vpage 22)
Basic version
Playback
About playback information
•To close the display, press INFO until it
goes away.
Information bar display
Media player display
This screen is displayed while video content is being played back.
This screen is displayed when audio data is played.
q
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13 / 16
DTS-HD MA 7.1
1 / 21
t
q
00 : 00 : 16
1 / 31
HDMI AMP YCbCr / 1080i
00 : 00 : 16
HDMI MONITOR ー/ー
y
u
Type:
MP3
Total Time:
04:10
Title:
ABACAB
Artist:
GENESIS
Album:
Genre:
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q Playback information display
w Media information display
e Seek bar
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Information
e
q Operation display
w Video format display
e Title / Group display
r Chapter / Track display
t Time display
y Audio format display
u HDMI output signal display
w
Advanced version
•Displayed content differs depending on the media being played.
•Also, the information displayed while playing and stopped differs.
w
Basic version
Press INFO to display the information
bar display or media player display.
About playback information
q
The unit can play music, photos, video files stored in the USB memory
device connected to the front panel of the unit or on the server
connected via the network. For playback operation, use the Home
menu screen.
2
Press uio p to move the
cursor to the menu item to be
used.
MEDIA PLAYER
Apps
HD Moves
The Home menu is displayed on the
television screen.
3 Press ENTER.
QUIT
SETUP
Select
r
ENTER
y
t
Confirm
u
qMEDIA PLAYER (vpage 19)
Advanced version
1
e
Home Menu
nnOpening the Home menu screen
Press HOME.
w
Basic version
Home menu screen
Home menu screen
Music, photos, or video files on PC or NAS in the network or a USB
memory device that is in the network or connected to this unit are
played back.
The NETFLIX contents are played.
eYouTube (vpage 21)
The YouTube contents are played.
rSETUP (vpage 36)
The SETUP menu setup screen is displayed for setting the unit.
thulu PLUS (vpage 22)
The hulu PLUS contents are played.
yvudu HD Movies, vudu Apps (vpage 22)
The vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps contents are played.
uQUIT
The Home menu is closed.
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Information
wNETFLIX (vpage 21)
Playing BD and DVD-Video
Press TOP MENU or POP UP MENU to display the
5 menu.
nn Top menu (Example)
Title 1
The disc tray closes and playback
starts.
Top menu
Chapter 2
Multi
Super Audio CD
Chapter 3
Audio
DVD-Audio
Chapter 4
BD
Hybrid BD
BD
Chapter 6
nn Pop up menu (Example)
If you have so
mething to sa
y, see this pict
ure before you
Title 2
BD
Bonus title
BD
BD layer
DVD
DVD layer
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Multi-channel compressed audio signals (bitstreams) are recorded
on some BD and DVD discs. This unit can output such compressed
audio signals to the AV receiver as they are, and the AV receiver can
then decode these signals.
Note that when playing back sub video recorded on a BD disc it is
necessary for this unit to decode signals, so you must switch the
audio output method. In this case, by referring to “Playing BD-Video
compatible with Bonus View” (vpage 33), switch the BD audio
mode before playback.
BD multi-channel audio is not output
The Blu-ray disc has the pop-up menu function.
While playing back the main title of a Blu-ray disc that supports the
pop-up menu, you can press POP UP MENU to select the audio,
subtitles, chapters, etc. during playback.
nnOperations enabled during playback
(vpage 23)
nnSettings enabled during playback
(vpage 28)
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•When stereo (2-channel audio) is selected in the disc menu audio
settings, multi-channel audio is not output.
Select a multi-channel setting (such as 5.1-channel).
•Make sure that the connected HDMI device supports the multichannel audio input.
Information
Popup menu
Title 1
Audio
wPress DISC LAYER to select the playback layer.
Chapter 5
DVD-Video.
Multi
Advanced version
audio and subtitles in the
4 Set
disc menu to play back BD/
•When playing back a hybrid BD disc, use the following procedures
to select the playback layer before inserting the disc (vpage 55).
q Press and hold DISC LAYER repeatedly to select “BD”.
Basic version
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
Press OPEN/CLOSE 5 to open
2 the
disc tray and insert the disc.
3 Press 1.
Playing Super Audio CD
NOTE
Select the disc layer before a disc is inserted.
Audio
Multi
Super Audio CD
Audio
DVD-Audio
BD
Hybrid BD
BD
nnOperations enabled during playback
(vpage 23)
nnSettings enabled during playback
(vpage 28)
The disc tray closes and playback starts.
Advanced version
Multi
The area/layer selected with DISC LAYER remains in the memory even
when the power is turned off
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
Press OPEN/CLOSE 5 to open
2 the
disc tray and insert the disc.
3 Press 1.
Basic version
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
and hold DISC LAYER
2 Press
repeatedly to select “Multi”.
Playing CD
the playback area
3 Select
and layer with DISC LAYER
(vpage 56).
Stereo
CD
Multi
Multi-channel area of the HD
layer.
Stereo
2-channel area of the HD layer.
CD
nnOperations enabled during playback
(vpage 23)
nnSettings enabled during playback
(vpage 28)
CD layer
Press OPEN/CLOSE 5 to open the disc tray and
4 insert
the disc.
5 Press 1.
The disc tray closes and playback starts for the selected area/
layer.
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Information
Multi
Playing DVD-Audio
Playing bonus group
DVD-Audio discs may have a bonus group that can be played after
entering a password.
nnIf you enter the wrong password
Basic version
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
and hold DISC LAYER to
2 Press
select “Audio”.
Select the bonus group again and enter the correct password.
NOTE
Select the disc layer before a disc is inserted.
Audio
Multi
Super Audio CD
Audio
DVD-Audio
BD
Hybrid BD
Selecting still images
BD
When a DVD-Audio disc has still images on it, you can choose the
image to display.
Press DVD A PAGE during playback.
The next still image is displayed.
the playback part with
3 Select
DISC LAYER.
Audio
Audio part
Video
Video part
Video
Press OPEN/CLOSE 5 to open
4 the
disc tray and insert the disc.
5 Press 1.
nnOperations enabled during playback
(vpage 23)
nnSettings enabled during playback
(vpage 28)
The disc tray closes and playback starts for the selected part.
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Information
Audio
Advanced version
Multi
Playing files (MEDIA PLAYER)
The Home menu is displayed on the television screen.
Devices connected to the unit are listed on the menu screen of
Media Player.
a device on which a file
3 Select
to be played is stored with ui,
then press ENTER.
•Files are classified as follows:
Video : DivX, MPEG, AVI, WMV
Music : MP3, WMA, AAC, LPCM, FLAC
Photo : JPEG, PNG
AVCHD : AVCHD contentz
zzUSB memory device only
1/4
Playlist
POPUP
RETURN
..
City001
City002
Type:Jpg
Size:0.516M
Resolution:1280×960
City004
POPUP
USB1
RETURN
..
Edit Menu
Exit
Type:Folder
Photo
Music
•With a large image file, the image may display for longer than the
set time.
•For the file types that can be played, see “Files” (vpage 54).
POPUP
RETURN
Edit Menu
Exit
v See overleaf
Edit Menu
Exit
•If the server connected to the unit is not displayed on the menu
screen of Media Player, select “DLNA Search“ on the screen with
ui, then press ENTER to search for the server.
•If the server is not displayed as a result of searching, check the
connection of the server to the unit once again.
•If you perform such operations as adding or deleting a file on the
connected DLNA server, information of the DLNA server may not
be displayed. If this happens, turn off and on the unit’s power again.
•Some servers cannot be connected to this unit.
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Media Player
Media Player
Type:USB
Size:120.627M
FS:FAT16
DLNA Search
1/5
USB1/Photo/Big City
City005
Item
Media Player
USB1
Item
City003
Here, “Photo“ is selected as an example.
Video
1/3
A slide show begins and still images are switched at 1-10
second intervals.
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Information
Item
Folders classified by file type are listed on the menu screen.
Advanced version
1 Press HOME.
Use uio p to select “MEDIA PLAYER” then
2 press
ENTER.
a file to be played on the file list on the screen
uio to select a folder to be played, then press
4 Use
5 Select
with uio, then press ENTER.
ENTER.
Basic version
Files on a USB memory device, disc or a server connected to the unit
are played using the Media Player of the unit.
•Before operation, start the server software of the computer
(Windows Media Player, etc.), and make settings for the server
contents so that files can be played via the network.
•For details, refer to the operation manual supplied with the server
software.
Playing files (MEDIA PLAYER)
Basic version
nnChanging the still image
being played
Press 8, 9.
•Before playback or display of next image.
nnPausing the display
Press 3.
•To cancel pause, press 1.
Advanced version
nnChanging interval of slide
show
Press 6, 7.
nnChanging the still image orientation
Press uio p.
u : Invert
i : Mirror
o : Rotate counterclockwise
p : Rotate clockwise
nnChange the media for playback of a file
Information
When the source of a file for playback is changed to another media,
press o to return to step 3 and select the media to be played.
•Playback video or audio may be interrupted or playback may be
disabled, depending on the connection environment of devices
connected via the network.
•If a file cannot be played on the unit, it may be played by converting
the format on the connected device.
•The connected device cannot play data from the unit.
•It may require a little time to start playback, depending on the size
of a file to be played.
•For the file types that can be played, see “Files” (vpage 54).
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The operation for the video site YouTube is described here.
1 Press HOME.
The Home menu is displayed on the
television screen.
Use uio p to select “YouTube”
2 then
press ENTER.
The unit connects to YouTube.
the contents that you want
3 Select
to watch using uio p, and
press ENTER.
Playback begins.
•YouTube is a video file-sharing service operated and managed by
YouTube Inc.
•The unit can play video hosted by YouTube.
•YouTube and the YouTube logo are the registered trademarks of
Google Inc.
•The YouTube content is independently managed by YouTube, LLC.
•YouTube content may include information that may be deemed
inappropriate.
NOTE
•If buttons other than uio p or ENTER are pressed while watching
YouTube, the button may not work, or a different function may
operate.
•Some contents cannot be played using this unit.
•Available service details and screens may change or exit without
prior notice.
•We cannot accept any responsibility for the content supplied by
YouTube.
•If you have any inquiries about YouTube, contact YouTube through
the official homepage http://www.youtube.com.
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1 Press HOME.
The Home menu is displayed on the
television screen.
uio p to select “NETFLIX”
2 Use
then press ENTER.
•You can also press NETFLIX to select
“NETFLIX” directly.
uio p to select highlight
3 Use
a movie on your instant Queue.
Press ENTER a title that you
4 want
to watch.
The second menu of title will appear.
“play” on the second menu and then press
5 Select
ENTER.
Retrieving of title will be started.
Press u to return to your instant Queue.
•For using “NETFLIX”, Internet connection is required. It is
recommended to use a broadband line (effective speed 6 Mbps or
more) such as FITH (optical), ADSL or CATV, etc.
•Even if the line speed is sufficient to make it viewable, pictures
may be unstable, interrupted, or not viewed depending on the
usage environment, communication environment, connecting line
conditions, etc.
•The connection of NETFLIX may not be connected via proxy.
•For the usage conditions for NETFLIX, contact NETFLIX.
Information
•This unit must be connected to a working Internet connection in
order to watch YouTube. For seamless playback of YouTube video
contents, the unit needs effective speed greater than 6 Mbps for
HD video contents, and greater than 2 Mbps for SD video contents,
between the unit and YouTube server.
•We recommend using a broadband line such as FITH (optical), ADSL,
or CATV. The video content may not be displayed correctly, and / or
may not be played seamlessly depending on the usage environment
or communication environment , or the connection status of the line,
or on the traffic status of the line.
•You cannot connect to YouTube via a proxy.
•To set the language to be displayed on the screen, configure the
settings in “Language”−“BD Player Menus” (vpage 40) in the
menu.
The operation for the NETFLIX streaming service is described here.
Advanced version
•You can also press YouTube to select
“YouTube” directly.
About YouTube
Basic version
Playing NETFLIX video
picture
Playing YouTube video
The operation for the vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps streaming service
is described here.
1 Press HOME.
The Home menu is displayed on the
television screen.
ENTER.
The unit connects to vudu HD Movies,
vudu Apps.
•You can also press vudu to select “vudu
HD Movies” directly.
The operation for the hulu PLUS streaming service is described here.
1 Press HOME.
The Home menu is displayed on the
television screen.
Use uio p to select “hulu
2 PLUS”
then press ENTER.
The unit connects to hulu PLUS.
the contents that you want
3 Select
to watch using uio p, and
press ENTER.
Playback begins.
the contents that you want
3 Select
to watch using uio p, and
press ENTER.
Playback begins.
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Information
•For using “vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps”, Internet connection is
required. It is recommended to use a broadband line such as FITH
(optical), ADSL or CATV, etc.
•Even if the line speed is sufficient to make it viewable, pictures
may be unstable, interrupted, or not viewed depending on the
usage environment, communication environment, connecting line
conditions, etc.
•The connection of vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps may not be
connected via proxy.
•For the usage conditions for vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps, contact
vudu.
•For using “hulu PLUS”, Internet connection is required. It is
recommended to use a broadband line such as FITH (optical), ADSL
or CATV, etc.
•Even if the line speed is sufficient to make it viewable, pictures
may be unstable, interrupted, or not viewed depending on the
usage environment, communication environment, connecting line
conditions, etc.
•The connection of hulu PLUS may not be connected via proxy.
•For the usage conditions for hulu PLUS, contact hulu.
•To deactivate (log out) hulu PLUS, log out from the hulu PLUS menu.
Advanced version
Use uio p to select “vudu HD
2 Movies,
vudu Apps” then press
Playing hulu PLUS video
Basic version
Playing vudu HD Movies,
vudu Apps
Operations enabled during playback
Video : Blu-ray Disc, DVD-Video, DivX plus HD,
MPEG, AVI, WMV, AVCHD
Audio : Super Audio CD, CD, DVD-Audio, MP3,
WMA, AAC, LPCM, FLAC
Photo : JPEG, PNG
NOTE
Operations may not be available depending on the played back media
or contents.
nnAbout the resume function
When playback is stopped, the stop position is memorized.
•The 1 indicator flashes on the display. To resume play from the
stop position, press 1 while stopped.
To cancel the resume function
Perform one of the following operations.
•Press 2 while stopped.
•Open the disc tray.
•Change the playback media mode with HOME.
NOTE
Press 3 during playback.
The 3 indicator will light on the display.
•Resume normal playback by pressing 1.
Settings enabled during playback (vpage 28)
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•The resume function does not work with disc menu playback or
BD-J (Blu-ray Disc Java) compatible discs.
•The resume function does not work depending on the disc.
Information
Pausing
Press 2 during playback.
Advanced version
nn Media icons (vpage 23)
nn Pausing (vpage 23)
nn Stopping (vpage 23)
nn Skipping to a desired chapter/track/file
(vpage 24)
nn Fast-forward/Fast-reverse (vpage 24)
nn Finding specific sections with search modes
(vpage 24)
nn Memorizing locations to replay (Marker function)
(vpage 25)
nn Playing repeatedly (Repeat playback)
(vpage 25)
nn Playing repeatedly between specified points
(A-B repeat) (vpage 25)
nn Playing in random order (Random playback)
(vpage 26)
nn Playing in your preferred order (Program playback)
(vpage 26)
nn Playing images frame by frame (vpage 26)
nn Slow-forward/Slow-reverse (vpage 27)
nn Switching the audio (vpage 27)
nn Changing the subtitle (vpage 27)
nn Switching the angle (vpage 27)
Stopping
This unit can play back various kinds of media including video, audio,
and photos. In this owner’s manual, corresponding media icons are
indicated next to titles for each operation description. The following
table shows what content can be played back for each media.
Basic version
Media icons
Playback (vpage 13)
Operations enabled during playback
Finding specific sections
with search modes
During playback, press 8 or
9.
1
•Press the button repeatedly to skip the
chapter/track/file as many times as you
press it.
Press SEARCH to select a “Search”.
The search mode setting bar is displayed at the top of the
screen.
•The search mode changes each time the button is pressed.
Search
Skipping to the start of a title or group may be prohibited, depending
on the media.
Fast-forward/Fast-reverse
During playback, press 6 or 7.
•Each time you press the button, the fastforward/fast-reverse speed switches.
x1
x2
x3
x4
x5
•The speed varies with the disc and file.
•Resume normal playback by pressing 1.
NOTE
•You cannot fast-forward/fast-reverse across files or tracks.
•Fast-forward/fast-reverse may be disabled with some DivX® files.
•Audio is not output during fast-forward/fast-reverse of a BD or DVD.
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Off
o p to move the blue cursor
2 Use
to the item to search for and
press ENTER.
0 – 9, +10 : Number entry
: Select
ui
ENTER : Playback
CLEAR : Clear
•Entering numbers
: 3, ENTERz
To enter 3
To enter 26 : 2, 6, ENTERz or +10, +10, 6
To enter 138 : 1, 3, 8, ENTERz
zzDepending on number of recorded songs or chapters, you may
not need to use ENTER.
•When the entry is wrong, press CLEAR to clear it.
nnSearch mode-compatible media and files
1 / 2
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q
w
00 : 03 : 16
er
q Title/Group/Track search display
w Chapter/Track search display
e Title/Chapter Time search display
r Track/Disc Time search display
Select “Title Time search“ or “Chapter
Time search“, using ui, then press
ENTER.
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Search mode
Title/Group/Track search
Chapter/Track search
Title/Chapter Time search
Track/Disc Time search
S
S
S
S
Sz
S
Sz
S
zzOnly DVD–audio can be searched.
NOTE
•Search modes may not operate with some media.
•If you search during program/random playback, the program/random
playback stops.
Information
Normal speed
Marker Search
Once an entry is finalized, it searches for the specified location.
Advanced version
NOTE
3 Enter the search criteria.
Basic version
Skipping to a desired
chapter/track/file
Operations enabled during playback
You can attach a marker to a location you want to view or hear again,
so that playback begins at that location.
1
Press SEARCH to select a
“Marker search”.
Title:00
01
2
Chapter:00
02
03
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
The “A–” indicator will light on the
display.
•The repeat mode changes each time the button is pressed.
Chapter repeat
or
Track repeat
Marker Search
ENTER Save
CLEAR
Clear
Memorize the current location under
the selected number.
Chapter:00
02
03
04
05
06
Time: 00:00:00
07
08
09
10
11
12
Marker Search
ENTER Save
CLEAR
•Up to 12 locations can be memorized.
•The registered number is displayed in white letters.
•The elapsed playing time at the set location is displayed.
nnTo play back memorized locations
Use o p to select the marker number, then press ENTER.
nnTo erase markers
Select the marker number that you want to erase and press CLEAR.
•To cancel the starting point (A), press
CLEAR.
Title repeat
or
All repeat
A – B again at the desired
2 Press
ending point (B).
Off
•To resume normal playback, press REPEAT, and select “Repeat
Off”.
nnAbout repeat modes
DVD
•To resume normal playback, press A – B,
and select “Repeat Off”.
The available repeat modes vary depending on the disc or file you
are playing.
Contents
Mode
Title repeat
All repeat
Chapter repeat
Track repeat
NOTE
S
S
S
S
S
S
NOTE
•The marker function does not work depending on the media.
•Subtitles may not appear depending on the locations you have
memorized.
•The markers you have set will be erased if you turn the power to
standby or eject the disc.
The “B” indicator will light on the
display, and A-B repeat playback will
start.
•Some repeat modes may not be accessible depending on some
media.
•With some media, even when set to repeat playback, the disc may
not return to the start of title or chapter, and may advance to the
next scene.
•Repeat playback is not available during A-B repeat playback.
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•You cannot skip a title/file with A-B repeat.
•If you perform a search operation during A-B repeat playback, A-B
repeat playback is cancelled.
•A-B repeat playback may not be available with some scenes.
•A-B repeat playback may not be available with some DivX® files.
•A-B repeat playback is not available with BD-J (Blu-ray Disc Java)
compatible discs.
Information
Clear
During playback, press A – B at
1 the
desired starting point (A).
The repeat mode icon is displayed at the top
of the screen.
Press ENTER during playback.
Title:00
01
04
Time: 00:00:00
Press REPEAT during playback.
Advanced version
The Marker search mode setting bar is
displayed at the top of the screen.
Playing repeatedly between
specified points
(A-B repeat)
Playing repeatedly
(Repeat playback)
Basic version
Memorizing locations to
replay (Marker function)
Operations enabled during playback
Press RANDOM during playback.
The “RAND” lights on the display and
“Random Mode” is displayed on the screen.
Playing in your preferred
order (Program playback)
You can program up to a maximum of 15 tracks.
1
Press PROG/DIRECT during
playback.
The program setting screen appears.
Program
Press RANDOM during random playback.
NOTE
Random playback may not be available with some media.
CD
1
Track:
6
-- -- -- --
11
-- -- -- --
2
-- -- -- --
7
-- -- -- --
12
-- -- -- --
3
-- -- -- --
8
-- -- -- --
13
-- -- -- --
4
-- -- -- --
9
-- -- -- --
14
-- -- -- --
5
-- -- -- --
10
-- -- -- --
15
-- -- -- --
Play
CLEAR
Clear
RETURN
Exit
the track numbers you
2 Enter
want to program on the program
setting screen.
Press CLEAR on the program setting screen.
nnResuming normal playback
Display the program setting screen and press PROG/DIRECT.
•The “PROG” indication lights off on the display.
ENTER : Set entry
CLEAR : Clear
3 Press 1.
If the unit is set to standby or the disc tray is opened, the program is
cleared.
NOTE
The programmed tracks can be set only for playback with CD and
Super Audio CD.
Playing images frame by
frame
Press 3 while paused.
The disc advances frame by frame each
time the button is pressed.
•Resume normal playback by pressing 1.
Playback begins in the programmed order.
The “PROG” indicator lights on the display.
Frame by frame reverse playback is not available with the unit.
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Information
0 – 9, +10 : Number entry
: Select
ui
nnErasing programmed tracks one by one
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Track Total:
000
Press CALL.
•The programmed tracks are shown on the display of the unit each
time the button is pressed.
Advanced version
nnResuming normal playback
nnChecking the program contents
Basic version
Playing in random order
(Random playback)
Operations enabled during playback
Press 6 or 7 while paused.
•Each time you press the button, the slow
playback speed switches.
1/16
1/8
1/4
1/2
Normal speed
•Resume normal playback by pressing 1.
Switching the angle
During playback of a disc or file with recorded subtitles, you can switch
the subtitles on/off as well as the subtitle language.
During playback of a BD or DVD-Video recorded with several camera
angles, you can change the angle.
Press SUBTITLE during playback.
Press ANGLE during playback.
•Each time you press the button, the
subtitle switches.
•Each time you press the button, the angle
switches.
The subtitle number currently being played
is displayed.
The angle number for current playback is
displayed.
Angle:
1/3 English
Switching the audio
1/2
NOTE
With discs and files that have multiple audio track recording, you can
change the audio during playback.
Press AUDIO during playback.
•Each time you press the button, the audio
switches.
1/2 English DTS-HD MA 7.1
•If multiple audio items are recorded, the current audio number/
number of recorded audio items is displayed.
NOTE
•Depending on the media, audio switching may be restricted to
operation of the disc menu. In this case, switch the audio on the
disc menu.
•With a DivX® file, “MP3” or “Dolby Digital” audio formats and the
number of recorded audio modes are displayed. “– – –“ appears for
audio other than these.
•With DTS-CD (5.1 music disc), you cannot switch audio modes.
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Angle changing may be restricted, depending on the disc.
Information
The audio number currently being played is
displayed.
•If contents do not include subtitles,
(prohibited mark) is displayed.
•Depending on the media, subtitle switching may be restricted to
operation of the disc menu. In this case, switch the subtitles on the
disc menu.
•With a DivX® file, the currently playing subtitle number and number
of recorded subtitles are displayed; the language option is not
displayed.
Advanced version
Audio is not output during slow playback.
Changing the subtitle
Basic version
Slow-forward/Slow-reverse
Settings enabled during playback
Media icons
Playback (vpage 13)
Operations enabled during playback (vpage 23)
Video : Blu-ray Disc, DVD-Video, DivX plus HD,
MPEG, AVI, WMV, AVCHD
Audio : Super Audio CD, CD, DVD-Audio, MP3,
WMA, AAC, LPCM, FLAC
Photo : JPEG, PNG
The brightness of the display can be changed.
•The Pure Direct mode changes each time
the button is pressed.
Off
AV P.Direct
Pure Direct 2
Pure Direct 1
AV Pure Direct The HDMI OUT MONITOR(VIDEO) connector
(AV P.Direct) outputs only video signals.
The HDMI OUT AMP(AUDIO) connector stops video
signals and outputs audio signals.
Pure Direct 1 This turns off the HDMI output and display.
And the FL OFF indicator lights red.
Pure Direct 2 This turns off the HDMI output.
Press DIMMER.
•The brightness changes each time the
button is pressed.
Bright
Dim
Off
Dark
•When the dimmer is set to off, the FL OFF indicator lights red.
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Off
This turns off the pure direct function.
You cannot use PURE while the SETUP menu is displayed.
Information
Changing the brightness of
the display (Dimmer control)
This enables you to play high quality audio by stopping the video
signal, etc., output, and outputting the high quality analog audio signal.
Advanced version
nn Media icons (vpage 28)
nn Changing the brightness of the display (Dimmer
control) (vpage 28)
nn Playing high-quality audio
(Pure direct function) (vpage 28)
nn Video resolution (vpage 29)
nn Adjusting the picture quality (Picture control)
(vpage 30)
nn OPTION setting (vpage 31)
This unit can play back various kinds of media including video, audio,
and photos. In this owner’s manual, corresponding media icons are
indicated next to titles for each operation description. The following
table shows what content can be played back for each media.
Playing high-quality audio
(Pure direct function)
Basic version
Settings
Settings enabled during playback
•If the video resolution is not set to “Auto”, set it to correspond with the resolution of your television/AV
receiver.
•Images will not be projected normally if the television/AV receiver resolution and this unit’s output
resolution do not match.
•Audio and video will be temporarily interrupted if the power of the connected device currently playing is
turned off, or the input is switched.
•When you change the video resolution of the unit, it takes a few seconds up to about 10 seconds for
validation between the unit and the connected device. Audio/video is not output during this period.
This section is for making the settings for video output resolution. Set them depending on the connected
television.
Press RESOLUTION.
Advanced version
•The resolution is changed as shown below each time RESOLUTION is pressed.
•You cannot set resolution individually for each HDMI output.
•When you press and hold RESOLUTION with the resolution appearing on the
display, “HDMI Init.” appears on the display and the setting returns to the
default.
•The default settings is underlined.
Auto
Source Direct
480/576i
480/576P
(Auto)
(Source direct)
(480/576 interlaced)
(480/576 progressive)
1080P24
(1080 progressive, 24-frame)
1080P
(1080 progressive)
1080i
(1080 interlaced)
Basic version
Video resolution
720P
(720 progressive)
Information
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Settings enabled during playback
Setting items
You can adjust the picture quality to your liking.
The adjusted values can be stored in Memory 1 through Memory 5.
1
Press PICTURE ADJ.
The currently set status is displayed.
Memory1
BNR
MN R
Co n trast
0
B righ tn e ss
Gamma Correcti...
•Refer to the table on the right for information on the different settings.
nnTo finalize picture adjustments
Press PICTURE ADJ. after adjusting.
•The pop up menu of the picture adjustments is disappeared on the screen.
The picture adjustment settings are retained in memory even after the power is turned off.
NOTE
•During 3D playback, you cannot adjust “Video resolution” (vpage 29) or “Adjusting the picture
quality (Picture control)” (vpage 30).
•You cannot set picture adjustments individually for each HDMI output.
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3DNR
Reduces noise in the entire picture.
0 – +3
0
BNR
Reduces the block noise generated by digital
processing.
0 – +3
0
MNR
Reduces the noise around the outline of an
object generated by digital processing.
0 – +3
0
Contrast
Adjusts picture contrast.
–6 – +6
0
Brightness
Adjusts picture brightness.
0 – +12
0
Gamma Correction
Changes the amount of gamma correction to
adjust overall brightness of a picture.
Make Dark(–) / Bright(+) section easier to see.
–4 – +4
0
Sharpness
Adjusts picture sharpness for the higher
frequency range.
–6 – +6
0
Hue (color tone)
Adjusts the green and red color balance.
–6 – +6
0
Chroma Level
Adjusts the color density.
–6 – +6
0
Information
2
3 Press ui to select an item then press ENTER or p.
4 Change the setting with ui.
Press ui to select a memory number to be used, and then press ENTER.
Default
Advanced version
3DNR
Setting contents
Basic version
Adjusting the picture quality (Picture control)
Settings enabled during playback
Setting items
BD Audio Mode
Switch Blu-ray Disc audio
playback mode.
You can make various OPTION settings during playback. The setting menu is displayed at the left of the
screen.
1 Press OPTION.
Displays a menu of items that can be set.
Setting details
HD Audio Output : Outputs high-definition signals such as Dolby TrueHD,
Dolby Digital Plus, and DTS-HD as high-quality bitstreams with no change
for listening.
Mix Audio Output : Outputs a mix of primary audio/interactive audio/
secondary audio.
Basic version
OPTION setting
NOTE
BD MV
HD Audio Output
Secondary Video
Off
Off
Off
A
Off
Off : Does not display secondary video (Picture-In-picture).
1/Xz : Displays the first secondary video.
2/Xz : Displays the second secondary video.
X/Xz : Displays the X th secondary video.
zz“X” is the number of secondary video recorded and differs depending
on the disc (vpage 33 “Playing BD-Video compatible with Bonus
View”).
BD Audio Mode
Secondary Audio
Off : Does not select the secondary audio. The interactive audio is also
set to off.
1/Xz : Selects the first secondary audio.
2/Xz : Selects the second secondary audio.
X/Xz : Selects the X th secondary audio.
zz“X” is the number of secondary audio recorded on a disc and differs
depending on the disc.
The setting screen is disappeared.
NOTE
When “BD Audio Mode” is set to “Mix Audio Output”, secondary audio
is output.
Secondary Subtitle
Off : Does not select the secondary subtitle.
1/Xz : Selects the first secondary subtitle.
2/Xz : Selects the second secondary subtitle.
X/Xz : Selects the X th secondary subtitle.
zz“X” is the number of secondary subtitle recorded on a disc and differs
depending on the disc.
Subtitle Style
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Switches the subtitle style recorded on a disc.
Information
2
3 Use ui to select a setting, and then press ENTER.
4 Press OPTION.
Select a setting item using ui, and then press ENTER or p.
Advanced version
HD Audio O...
PIP
With “HD Audio Output”, the interactive audio or secondary audio cannot
be available.
Advanced version
This chapter describes how to set the HDMI control that links devices connected via
HDMI to this unit, how to play back sub contents of Blu-ray discs, and other detailed
settings.
F How to make detailed settings vpage 36
Advanced version
F Convenient functions vpage 33
Basic version
Advanced
version
Information
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Playing BD-Video compatible with Bonus View
Playback (vpage 13)
Settings (vpage 28)
the “BD Audio Mode” setting to “Mix Audio
3 Switch
Output”.
o and then ui to select the secondary video,
4 Press
and press ENTER or p.
Secondary videos that can be played back are displayed.
5 Use ui to select the desired secondary video.
Main video
(primary video)
Off
Sub video
(secondary video)
GExampleH Bonus view
2/X
Off
Does not display Secondary Video.
1/X
Displays the first Secondary Video.
2/X
Displays the second Secondary Video.
X/X
Displays the X th Secondary Video.
X/X
•“X” is the number of Secondary Videos recorded and differs
depending on the disc.
The OPTION setting menu is displayed.
BD MV
Mix Audio ...
PIP
Mix Audio Output
Off
Off
Off
A
Off
BD Audio Mode
ui to select “BD Audio Mode”, then press
2 Use
ENTER or p.
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•For using Bonus View, some BD discs require built-in memory or
external memory.
•The unit has a built-in memory. If the memory capacity used for
Bonus View will exceed the remaining built-in memory capacity,
using a USB memory device of 1 GB or more is recommended.
•The playback method, etc., is determined by the disc, and varies
depending on the disc. Refer to the operation guide of the relevant
disc.
Information
OPTION while BD is being
1 Press
played back.
1/X
Advanced version
nn Playing BD-Video compatible with Bonus View
(vpage 33)
nn Playing back BD-Live™ (vpage 34)
nn HDMI control functions (vpage 35)
With a BD disc that is compatible with bonus view (picture-in-picture),
in addition to the main video (primary video) stored on the disc, you
can play back the video director’s commentary and simultaneously
ongoing sub-story, as well as sub-video such as alternative camera
angles (secondary video).
Basic version
Convenient functions
Playing back BD-Live™
Select the save location of contents
The menu screen is displayed.
ON/STANDBY X to turn
1 onPresspower
to the unit.
OPEN/CLOSE 5 and insert
2 Press
BD that is compatible with
BD-Live™.
the disc menu, select the
3 From
BD-Live™ playback icon and
press ENTER.
Contents are downloaded from the
BD-Live™ download site and played
back.
•Operations vary depending on the disc
used. Follow the displayed guidance.
DATA Utility” – “BD DATA
Memory” (vpage 40) and
then press ENTER.
ui to select the save location and then press
3 Use
ENTER.
Internal
Saves BD-Live™ content files in the internal memory of
this unit.
External
Saves BD-Live™ content files in your USB memory
device.
•If you select “External”, connect your USB memory device to the
USB port (vpage 9).
Depending on your network environment, it may take a long time to
download or the download may not be completed. See “Connecting
to a home network (LAN)” (vpage 10) for required specifications
for your Internet connected devices.
NOTE
Insert or remove a USB memory device while the power is in standby.
If you insert a USB memory device while the power is ON, the USB
memory device may not be access.
To check the available internal memory space, see “BD DATA
Information”(vpage 40) in the SETUP menu. To download
contents larger than the available space, use the USB memory device.
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Information
1 Press SETUP.
uio p to go to “General
2 Use
Settings” – “System” – “BD
Before these steps, connect this unit to the Internet.
Advanced version
Select the location to which BD-Live™ contents are downloaded. You
can select to download to either the internal memory of this unit or
your USB memory device.
By default the contents are saved in the internal memory of this
unit. To check the available internal memory space, see “BD DATA
Information”(vpage 40) in the SETUP menu.
Playing back BD-Live™ contents
Basic version
For some Blu-ray discs, you can access dedicated sites for BD-Live™
contents on the Internet from the disc menu. In this case, you can
download BD-Live™ contents on the Internet to this unit for playback.
To play back BD-Live™ contents, this unit must be connected to the
Internet. Establish the Internet connection by referring to “Connecting
to a home network (LAN)” (vpage 10).
HDMI control functions
nnOperations possible by HDMI control
“HDMI AMP On” or “HDMI MONITOR
1 From
On”, select the HDMI output connector for which
you want to enable the HDMI control function.
SETUP menu “System” – “HDMI Control” (vpage 39).
•You cannot enable the HDMI control function for both HDMI
outputs simultaneously. It is selectable.
on all devices that are connected to the HDMI
2 Turn
output connector set in step 1.
the HDMI control function for all devices
3 Set
connected by HDMI cable.
•Please consult the operating instructions for the connected devices
to check the settings.
•Carry out steps 2 and 3 should any of the devices be unplugged.
Advanced version
•Turning off the TV’s power turns the unit’s power to standby.
•Operating the unit via the TV’s remote control.
(When the TV’s remote control has player operation buttons)
nnSetting procedure
Basic version
The HDMI connection not only transmits video and audio but also
convey information between the connected devices. The HDMI
control function conveys control signals between the devices to
enable them to link with each other. This is a useful function. For
example, when you perform a power-related operation on one device,
then the corresponding power operation is also performed on other
devices connected with that device.
ensure that the unit’s HDMI video output is
4 Toprojected
on the TV screen, change the input function
you turn the TV’s power to standby, check
5 When
that the power of the unit and AV receiver also goes
on standby.
If the HDMI control function does not operate properly, check the
following points.
•Is the TV or AV receiver compatible with the HDMI control function?
•Are the HDMI control function settings of all equipment correct?
(Step 3)
•After setting, did you add another HDMI device connection or make
any changes in the connections? If so make the settings again.
•Is HDMI control enabled output correct assignment?
•Is the unit in Energy Saving Standby?
NOTE
•Some functions may not operate depending on the connected TV
or AV receiver. Check the owner’s manual of each device for details
beforehand.
•When “HDMI Power Off Control” (vpage 39) is set to “Off”,
the unit does not go to standby even if the connected device is in
the standby mode.
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Information
of the TV and AV receiver.
Basic version
How to make detailed settings
Menu map
By default, this unit has recommended settings defined. You can customize this unit based on your existing system and your preferences.
Pressing SETUP displays the SETUP menu. From this menu, you can move to various setting screens.
General Settings
Parental
Controls
Description
Sets the screensaver.
This setting automatically sets the power to
standby.
Energy Saving Mode
Sets the standby mode.
HDMI Control
Links the unit and a device connected with an
HDMI cable that supports HDMI control.
HDMI Power Off Control Links the power of the unit and a device
connected with an HDMI cable that supports
HDMI Control
Reset
All settings including audio mode and picture
quality are set to default settings.
Firmware Update
Updates the firmware of the unit via the Internet.
Update Notification
Displays a notification message when there is
any firmware available for update.
BD DATA Utility
Sets the save location for downloaded BD-Live™
data or initializes the internal memory.
BD Player Menus
Sets the BD player menus language.
Disc Menus
Sets the language used for BD or DVD menus.
Audio
Sets the audio language used for BD and DVD
playback.
Subtitles
Sets the subtitle language used to play BD or
DVD.
Change Password
Sets the password for changing the parental
control level and parental control country code of
BD and DVD.
BD Rating Level
Sets the parental level for playing BD.
DVD Rating Level
Sets the parental level for playing DVD.
Country Code
Sets the standard country parental control.
Applies the parental level of the set country.
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Setting items
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39
Network
Detailed items
Internet Connection
Information
39
39
Connection Test
DHCP
39
BD-Live Connection
39
Proxy Setting
40
40
Others
Angle Mark
PIP Mark
40
Secondary Audio Mark
40
40
40
DivX Registration
Remote ID (Unit side)
Internet Streaming
40
Description
Page
Sets whether the Internet connection is to be
used or not.
Displays the network information such as the IP
address, subnet mask, etc.
Performs the network connection test.
Sets how to perform network configuration,
automatically or manually.
Limits the access rights for the content on a BDLive™ connection.
Setting for connecting to the Internet via a proxy
server.
For making settings for the angle mark displayed
in playback.
For making settings for the PIP mark displayed in
playback.
For making settings for the secondary audio
mark displayed in playback.
Displays the DivX® registration code.
Sets the remote control ID.
Resets the Internet Streaming (NETFLIX / vudu
HD Movies, vudu Apps) registration information
on this unit.
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Information
Language
Detailed items
Screen Saver
Auto Standby
Advanced version
Setting items
System
Menu map
Setting items
TV
System Information
Detailed items
Aspect Ratio
Wallpaper
Progressive Mode
Color Space
HDMI Deep Color
HDMI Output
3D
3D Output
Screen Size
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Description
Page
Selects the audio format output from the digital
audio out connector.
Sets the audio format output from the HDMI
output connector.
Selects the sampling rate output from the digital
audio out connector.
Compresses the dynamic range of Dolby
TrueHD/Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby Digital Audio.
Sets the output polarity from the BALANCED
OUT connectors.
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Setting items
MAC
Address
Detailed items
Coaxial
HDMI
Down Sampling
Dynamic Range
Compression
BALANCED Polarity
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Information
Setting items
Page
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Audio Settings
Audio
Output
Description
Displays the MAC address.
Advanced version
HDMI
Description
Set the screen type and display mode of the TV.
Setting for displaying the background when
playback is stopped.
Sets an appropriate progressive conversion
mode for the source video material.
Sets the video signal system to be output from
HDMI.
Sets the HDMI terminal to output Deep Color.
Expands the color depth (number of used colors)
of the HDMI video signal, enabling playback with
more natural colors and free of streaking.
Makes the output setting for the HDMI output
connector.
Sets up video outputs for 3D video playback.
Sets up the screen size of your 3D enabled TV.
Basic version
Video Settings
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SETUP menu operation
The SETUP menu is displayed on the
TV screen.
•The SETUP menu can also be displayed
from “SETUP” in the home menu
(vpage 15).
Examples of SETUP menu screen displays
Typical examples are described below.
nnMenu selection screen (Top menu)
uio p to select the menu to be set or
2 Press
operated.
General Settings
System
q
w
Advanced version
•To return to the previous item, press o.
3 Press ENTER to enter a setting.
Basic version
1 Press SETUP.
e
Language
r
Parental Con...
Network
Others
Text colors of selected items of the SETUP menu are as follows:
•White : These items can be selected.
•Gray : These items cannot be selected.
Select
ENTER
Confirm
Press SETUP while the SETUP menu is displayed.
•The SETUP menu display disappears.
Press o p to select
and then press i.
(Or press ENTER.)
Information
nnExiting the SETUP menu
Exit
qCurrently selected setup icon
wCurrently selected setup item
eList of SETUP menu setup icons
rList of currently selected setup
items
NOTE
The resume function is activated, you may not make correct settings.
SETUP
nnList
u
General Settings
Screen Saver
On
Language
Auto Standby
Off
Parental Con...
Energy Saving Mo...
Energy Savi...
Network
HDMI Control
Off
HDMI Power Off ...
On
Others
Select
ENTER
Confirm
SETUP
Auto Standby
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Energy Saving Mo...
HDMI Control
y
Exit
tList of items of currently selected advanced settings
yCurrently selected advanced settings
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o
Screen Saver
System
t
i
HDMI Power Off ...
uReturns to the previous item. Use o to
switch.
iSelected item. Switch the selected item
using ui.
oSwitch to the next item. Use p to
switch.
Settings for system, language, parental lock, network, etc. can be made.
System
Setting items
Default settings are underlined.
Set the following settings.
•Screen saver settings
•Power saving mode settings
•HDMI control function settings
•Initialize settings
•Firmware update from the Internet
•BD-Live™ download data save location settings and initialization
Setting items
Screen Saver
Sets the screensaver.
Auto Standby
This setting automatically
sets the power to standby.
•For the HDMI control function to operate, it is necessary for the unit or
HDMI-compatible TV connected to the unit to have an HDMI connection.
•Refer to “HDMI control functions” (vpage 35) for more information
on HDMI control functions.
•After the “HDMI Control” setting has been changed, always turn off the
power to the connected equipment and then turn it back on.
On : Turns the unit’s power to standby through linkage to the TV.
Off : Does not turn the unit’s power to standby through linkage to the TV.
Setting details
On : The screensaver function activates when stop or pause status
continues for about three minutes.
Off : Does not use the screensaver.
On : This setting automatically sets the power to standby if any of the
following states continues for approximately 30 minutes.
•Disc not loaded
•Playback stopped
•Stopped due to the resume function
Off : Does not use the auto power mode.
Energy Saving Standby : This is the lowest power consumption mode.
During standby, operations are not accepted via HDMI control.
STANDBY indicator status in standby mode : Red
Normal Standby : During standby, operations are accepted via HDMI
control. Power consumption is slightly higher at this time.
STANDBY indicator status in standby mode : Orange
Quick Start : Startup time is reduced but more power is consumed in this
mode. HDMI control operations are accepted.
Power indicator status in this mode : Orange
HDMI Power Off Control
Links the power of the unit
and a device connected with
an HDMI cable that supports
HDMI control.
Reset
Cancel : Does not initialize.
All settings including audio
OK : Executes initialization.
mode and picture quality are
set to default settings.
Information
Energy Saving Mode
Sets the standby mode.
Setting details
Off : Disables the HDMI control function.
HDMI AMP On : Links with the device connected to the HDMI AMP
output.
HDMI MONITOR On : Links with the device connected to the HDMI
MONITOR output.
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Advanced version
HDMI Control
Links the unit and a device
connected with an HDMI
cable that supports HDMI
control.
Basic version
General Settings
General Settings
Language
Setting details
Firmware Update
Check for Update : Checks if a newer version
Updates the firmware of the of firmware exists. Press ENTER to see the
approximate amount of time required for the
unit via the Internet.
update.
If the firmware is already updated to the latest
version, the firmware updating operation starts
after you press ENTER.
Set the playback audio, subtitles, and menu display languages.
Setting items
BD Player Menus
Sets the BD player menus
language.
When the update starts, a progress bar and the remaining time required to
complete the update are displayed on the television screen.
When the update completes, the units turns to the normal state.
On : The message for updating is displayed on a television screen.
Off : The message for updating is not displayed on a television screen.
Disc Menus
Sets the language used for
BD or DVD menus.
Audio
Sets the audio language
used for BD and DVD
playback.
Subtitles
Sets the subtitle language
used to play BD or DVD.
BD Data Information : Displays the available internal memory space on
this unit or the free space on the connected USB memory device.
FMT BD DATA : Initializes BD DATA for the internal memory of this unit
or the connected USB memory device.
When DivX® subtitles or media player screen (vpage 14) data
during MP3 playback are not displayed correctly, select a language
you want to display in for “BD Player Menus” in the SETUP menu.
English / French / Chinese / Spanish / German / Italian / Dutch /
Portuguese / Danish / Swedish / Finnish / Norwegian / Russian /
Korean / Japanese / Morez
English / French / Chinese / Spanish / German / Italian / Dutch /
Portuguese / Danish / Swedish / Finnish / Norwegian / Russian /
Korean / Japanese / Morez
Off / English / French / Chinese / Spanish / German / Italian / Dutch /
Portuguese / Danish / Swedish / Finnish / Norwegian / Russian /
Korean / Japanese / Morez
•Off : No subtitles displayed.
zzPress More to select a language other than those displayed in the list.
To download files larger than the available internal memory space on
this unit, select “External”.
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Information
This operation deletes all data. When a USB memory device that
stores the data is connected, never execute this operation.
BD DATA Memory : Selects the save location for BD-Live™ download
contents.
•Internal : Saves in the internal memory of this unit.
•External : Saves in the USB memory device connected to this unit.
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Setting details
English / Français / Español
Advanced version
Update Notification
Displays a notification
message when there is
any firmware available for
update.
BD DATA Utility
Sets the save location for
downloaded BD-Live™ data
or initializes the internal
memory.
Default settings are underlined.
Basic version
Setting items
General Settings
Network
Default settings are underlined.
Set the BD and DVD playback settings and password settings.
Setting items
Set Internet connection settings and BD-Live™ settings.
Setting details
Setting items
Change : Changes the password.
Use 0 – 9 to enter a password to finalize it.
The default setting is “0000”
Information
Displays the network
information such as the IP
address, subnet mask, etc.
Displays the network information shown below.
•Address type
•IP Address
•Subnet Mask
•Default Gateway
•DNS1
•DNS2
Perform the Internet connection test.
•It is recommended to perform the connection test for the first Internet
connection, or after the IP address or the settings for the network are
changed.
•If connection is not completed, a message is displayed. Check the
connection settings and connection environment.
Auto : Automatically configures the network via the DHCP function.
Manual : When connecting to a network that lacks the DHCP function,
manually configure the following network settings. Consult with the ISP or
your network administrator for what settings to make. After use i to clear
value, use 0 – 9 to enter values and then press ENTER to finalize them.
•IP Address : Manually configure the IP address.
•Subnet Mask : If a xDSL modem or terminal adaptor is directly
connected to the unit, enter the subnet mask provided by the ISP,
usually in a document. Usually, “255.255.255.0” is set.
•Default Gateway : If the device is connected to a gateway (router),
enter its IP address.
•DNS1 : Enter the primary DNS.
•DNS2 : Enter the secondary DNS.
Level 0 – 254 : Sets the age allowed to play back media. Restricts playback
of discs with relevant parental control.
No Limit : Does not restrict playing of BD.
Level 1 – 8 : Sets the parental level for playing DVD.
Lock All : Restricts playing of all DVD.
No Limit : Does not restrict playing of DVD.
Initial setting is United States. Select the parental lock code for another
country with ui.
DHCP
Sets how to perform
network configuration,
automatically or manually.
Since the factory default
setting is “Auto”, you
do not need to set items
such as the IP address if
the DHCP server of the
broadband router is set to
“Enable”.
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Information
Enable : The Internet connection is to be used.
Disable : The Internet connection is not to be used.
Connection Test
Performs the network
connection test.
BD Rating Level
Sets the parental level for
playing BD.
DVD Rating Level
Sets the parental level for
playing DVD.
Country Code
Sets the standard country
parental control.
Applies the parental level of
the set country.
Setting details
Internet Connection
Sets whether the Internet
connection is to be used
or not.
Advanced version
Change Password
Sets the password for
changing the parental
control level and parental
control country code of BD
and DVD.
Default settings are underlined.
Basic version
Parental Controls
General Settings
Others
Set other functions.
Setting items
Angle Mark
For making settings for the
angle mark displayed in
playback.
PIP Mark
For making settings for
the PIP mark displayed in
playback.
Secondary Audio Mark
For making settings for
the secondary audio mark
displayed in playback.
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Back
Language
Parental Con...
Network
Others
Select
DVD
ENTER
Confirm
RETURN
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Space Enter
2 3
5 6
8 9
@ 0
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ABC
Clear
Back
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Setting details
If multiple angle marks are recorded on the disc being played, an angle
mark is displayed while the scene including an angle is being played.
Off : An angle mark is not displayed.
On : An angle mark is displayed.
If secondary video is recorded on the disc being played, a PIP mark is
displayed while the scene including secondary video is being played.
Off : A PIP mark is not displayed.
On : A PIP mark is displayed.
If secondary audio is recorded on the disc being played, a secondary audio
mark is displayed while the scene including secondary audio is being
played.
Off : A secondary audio mark is not displayed.
On : A secondary audio mark is displayed.
Show Code : Displays the DivX® registration code.
Switches the unit’s remote control ID code when other marantz BD
players are in the vicinity.
BD 1 : Selects BD 1. Set to “BD 1” also on the remote control.
BD 2 : Selects BD 2. Set to “BD 2” also on the remote control.
Netflix Deactivate : Resets the NETFLIX registration information on this
unit.
VUDU Deactivate : Resets the vudu HD Movies, vudu Apps registration
information on this unit.
Information
DivX Registration
Displays the DivX®
registration code.
Remote ID
(Unit side)
Sets the remote control ID
(vpage 52).
Internet Streaming
Resets the Internet
Streaming (NETFLIX / vudu
HD Movies, vudu Apps)
registration information on
this unit.
General Settings
I
System
Default settings are underlined.
Advanced version
Setting details
Permitted : All Internet accesses from BD-Live™ are permitted.
Partial Permitted : Internet accesses from the certified BD-Live™ are
permitted.
Prohibited : All Internet accesses from BD-Live™ are prohibited.
Disable : Does not use a proxy server.
Enable : Uses the proxy server.
•Proxy host: If Enable is selected for Proxy
Setting, enter the proxy host from the virtual
keyboard and press ENTER to register it.
•Proxy port: If Enable is selected for Proxy
Setting, enter the proxy port from the 0 – 9 to
register it.
nn Network proxy input screen (with virtual
keyboard)
Basic version
Setting items
BD-Live Connection
Limits the access rights for
the content on a BD-Live™
connection.
Proxy Setting
Setting for connecting to the
Internet via a proxy server.
Sets up TV connection, HDMI connection, and 3D video software playback.
TV
3D
Default settings are underlined.
Set the video output signal according to the connected TV.
Set up 3D video software playback.
Setting details
Aspect Ratio
Set the screen type and
display mode of the TV.
Wallpaper
Setting for displaying the
background when playback
is stopped.
Progressive Mode
Sets an appropriate
progressive conversion mode
for the source video material.
16:9 Squeeze Auto : Outputs to a wide screen TV. For 4:3 video, displays
in the center of the screen without changing the aspect ratio.
WIDE (16:9) : Outputs to a wide-screen TV.
Picture : Displays the marantz logo.
Black : Sets the background to black.
Gray : Sets the background to gray.
Blue : Sets the background to blue.
Auto : Detects the type of video material and automatically switches the
mode. Normally, this setting is used.
Video : Suitable for playing video material discs.
Film : Suitable for playing film material discs.
Setting items
Setting details
3D Output
Sets up video outputs for
3D video playback.
Auto : Automatically determines whether the video software is 3D or 2D
and plays it back. When you play 3D video, 3D and 2D video parts are
played back as 3D and 2D, respectively. Normally, use this setting.
Off : Always outputs 2D video signals.
Screen Size
Sets up the screen size of
your 3D enabled TV.
Use uio p or 0 – 9 to enter three digits for the
screen size of your TV in the setting screen, and
press ENTER for confirmation.
•The default setting is “046” (46” TV screen
size).
NOTE
Set up the correct size, otherwise you may not be
able to view 3D video properly.
Default settings are underlined.
Information
Set the HDMI output signal.
Setting items
Setting details
Color Space
HDMI AMP:Sets the Color Space for the HDMI AMP output.
Sets the video signal system HDMI MONITOR:Sets the Color Space for the HDMI MONITOR output.
to be output from HDMI.
•YCbCr : Outputs using the color difference video system (16 (black) to
235 (white)).
•RGB Normal : Outputs using the RGB video system (16 (black) to 235 (white)).
•RGB Enhanced : Outputs using the RGB video system (0 (black) to 255 (white)).
HDMI Deep Color
HDMI AMP:Sets the HDMI Deep Color for the HDMI AMP output.
Sets the HDMI terminal to
HDMI MONITOR:Sets the HDMI Deep Color for the HDMI MONITOR
output Deep Color. Expands output.
the color depth (number of
•Auto : Deep Color is automatically output when the connected HDMI
used colors) of the HDMI
device supports Deep Color.
video signal, enabling
•Off : No Deep Color output.
playback with more natural
colors and free of streaking.
HDMI Output
HDMI Dual:Outputs digital signals from both HDMI AMP and HDMI
Makes the output setting for MONITOR output connectors.
the HDMI output terminal.
HDMI AMP:Outputs digital signals only from the HDMI AMP output
connector.
HDMI MONITOR:Outputs digital signals only from the HDMI MONITOR
output connector.
3D video playback operations may differ according to the disc to be used.
Refer to the instruction manual supplied with your disc.
NOTE
•When passing 3D video signals output from this device through an AV receiver to a 3D enabled TV, the
AV receiver must also be compatible with inputting / outputting 3D video signals.
•To view 3D video, use a 3D enabled TV.
•During 3D playback, you cannot adjust “Video resolution” (vpage 29) or “Adjusting the picture
quality (Picture control)” (vpage 30).
NOTE
After making the selection, a Pop Up window for confirmation is displayed.
Select OK to validate the change or Cancel to abandon the change.
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Advanced version
Setting items
HDMI
Default settings are underlined.
Basic version
Video Settings
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Settings for audio output are made.
Audio Output
Setting items
Default settings are underlined.
BALANCED Polarity
Sets the output polarity
from the BALANCED OUT
connectors.
Set the audio output.
Setting details
Bitstream : For selecting when the device connected to the unit supports
Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround.
PCM : For selecting when a device connected to the unit does not support
Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround.
Off : For outputting no audio signals from the digital audio out connector
of the unit.
① GND ② HOT(+) ③ COLD(-)
Information
For converting audio signals, see “About digital signal audio output”
(vpage 59).
Bitstream : For selecting when the device connected to the unit supports
HDMI
Sets the audio format output Dolby TrueHD/Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby Digital or DTS-HD/DTS Digital
Surround. The output format is automatically selected according to the
from the HDMI output
audio format or the number of channels supported by the connected
connector.
HDMI device.
PCM : For selecting when a device connected to the unit does not support
Dolby TrueHD/Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby Digital or DTS-HD/DTS Digital
Surround.
Off : For outputting no audio signal from the HDMI output terminal of the
unit.
For converting audio signals, see “About digital signal audio output”
(vpage 59).
NOTE
If “BD Audio mode” is set to “HD Audio Output”
with OPTION on the remote control, BD secondary
audio and interactive audio are not output.
Down Sampling
48kHz/96kHz/192kHz
Selects the sampling rate
NOTE
output from the digital audio
•The audio signal of content protected by copyright protection is
out connector.
downsampled to a 48kHz, 16 bit signal.
•If the device connected to the unit does not support a 96kHz/192kHz
sampling rate, a lot of noise will be generated from the connected device
if this unit is set to 96kHz/192kHz.
Off : Dynamic range is not compressed.
Dynamic Range
On : Dynamic range is compressed.
Compression
Auto : Dynamic range of Dolby TrueHD audio is automatically compressed
Compresses the dynamic
according to the material. Audio of Dolby TrueHD only is compressed.
range of Dolby TrueHD/
Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby
This setting compensates high volume to low and low volume to high
Digital Audio.
when high volume is not desired at night.
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The initial setting of the pin arrangement for the BALANCED OUT
connectors on this unit is as follows.
Advanced version
Setting items
Coaxial
Selects the audio format
output from the digital audio
out connector.
Setting details
Normal:Normal polarity.
Reverse:Reversed polarity.
Basic version
Audio Settings
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Basic version
System Information
MAC address is displayed.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address.
Items
Advanced version
MAC address
Information
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Informations
Here, we list various information related to this unit.
Please refer to this information as needed.
F Other information vpage 53
F Troubleshooting vpage 63
Advanced version
F Part names and functions vpage 47
Basic version
Informations
F Specifications vpage 67
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Information
F Index vpage 68
Basic version
Part names and functions
Front panel
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
Q4
Q3
Advanced version
Q5
Q1 Q0
Q2
Information
q
w
qSTANDBY indicator·································································· (13)
wPower operation button (X ON/STANDBY)·························· (13)
Turns power to this unit on and off (standby).
ePURE DIRECT button······························································· (28)
rDISC LAYER button······················································ (16, 17, 18)
tRESOLUTION button······························································· (29)
yRemote control sensor···························································· (51)
uFL OFF indicator······································································· (28)
iDisplay······················································································· (48)
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oUSB port······················································································ (9)
Q0Reverse-skip/Forward-skip buttons (8, 9)··················· (24)
Q1Stop button (2)········································································ (23)
Q2Play button (1)········································································· (16)
Q3Disc tray
Q4Pause button (3)······································································ (23)
Q5Disc tray open/close button (5)·············································· (16)
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If Q2 or Q5 is pressed when the power is in standby, the power is
turned on.
Display
y
t
qPlayback mode indicators
e
w
rHDMI output indicator
1 : During Playback
3 : During pause and step-by-step playback
PROG : During program playback
RAND : During random playback
1 A-B : During repeat playback
wInformation display
eAudio channel indicators
Displays the number of audio signal channels during playback.
2CH : 2-channel playback
MULTI : Multi-channel playback
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Does not display when the HDMI cable is not correctly connected
or when the HDMI connection is not verified.
tTime mode indicators
TOTAL : Total time of Super Audio CD and CD
SING : Elapsed time of title/chapter/track/file being played
REM : Remaining time of title/chapter/track/file being played
yGroup/Title/Track/Chapter indicators
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BD : BD
DVD : DVD-Video, DVD-R/+R/-RW/+RW
DVD AUDIO : DVD-Audio
SUPER AUDIO CD : Super Audio CD
CD : CD
USB : USB memory device
NET : NETWORK
Lights when this unit is connected to the network.
Information
Displays various information or playback elapsed time and so on
of the disc.
uMedia indicators
Lights when the HDMI connection is made.
Advanced version
q
r
Basic version
u
Rear panel
Basic version
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
Advanced version
w
e
r
qBALANCED OUT connectors····················································· (8)
For software recorded in multi-channel, analog signals that have
been down-mixed into 2 channels are output.
wNETWORK connector······························································· (10)
eHDMI OUT connectors······························································· (7)
MONITOR (VIDEO) OUT
AMP (AUDIO) OUT
t
y
u
i
o
yFLASHER IN/OUT connectors
Connect an external control device or other device for servicing.
uREMOTE CONTROL connectors·············································· (12)
iREMOTE CONTROL switch (INT./EXT.)································· (12)
oRS-232C connector
Extension connector for future use.
rDIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) connector···························· (9)
t2ch AUDIO OUT connectors······················································ (8)
Q0AC inlet (AC IN)········································································· (12)
For software recorded in multi-channel, analog signals that have
been down-mixed into 2 channels are output.
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Q0
NOTE
Do not touch the inner pins of the connectors on the rear panel.
Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.
Information
q
Remote control unit
Q9
qDisc tray open/close button
(OPEN/CLOSE 5)··································· (16, 52)
wInformation button (INFO)·························· (14)
eNumber buttons
(0 – 9, +10)·································· (24, 26, 41, 43)
rAMP input source select buttons
W0
q
tAMP POWER button (X)
yTOP MENU button······································ (16)
uCursor buttons (uio p)····················· (15, 38)
iRETURN button
oHOME button··············································· (15)
Q0System buttons······························· (16, 23, 24)
W1
W2
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W3
W4
W5
W6
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W7
W8
W9
Q1SUBTITLE button ( )································· (27)
Q2ANGLE button ( )······································ (27)
Q3REPEAT button············································ (25)
Q4A-B Repeat button (A-B)····························· (25)
Q5RESOLUTION button·································· (29)
Q6DVD A PAGE button···································· (18)
Q7RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE button
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(RED/GRN/YEL/BLU)
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Q0
Q1
Q2
E1
E2
Q3
E3
Q5
Q4
E4
Q6
E6
Q8Network content buttons··························· (21)
Q9Remote control signal transmitter············ (51)
W0ON/STANDBY button (X)··························· (13)
W1Program/Direct button
(PROG/DIRECT)··········································· (26)
W2CLEAR button·································· (24, 25, 26)
W3CALL button················································· (26)
E5
Q7
Q8
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For operations with the Q7 buttons, follow the
instruction guidance on the disc.
NOTE
•The r, t, W6, and W7 buttons are for operations
for marantz AV receivers. Depending on the
specifications of the AV receiver used, operations
may not be allowed with this remote control.
v See overleaf
Information
r
•Stop button (2)
•Pause/Still button (3)
•Play button (1)
•Skip buttons (8, 9)
•Fast-reverse/Fast-forward buttons (6, 7)
Advanced version
(INPUT df)
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W4Search mode button (SEARCH)··········· (24, 25)
W5DIMMER button··········································· (28)
W6AMP VOLUME button (df)
W7AMP MUTE button (:)
W8POP UP MENU button································ (16)
W9ENTER button········································ (15, 38)
E0SETUP button·············································· (38)
E1AUDIO button ( )······································· (27)
E2OPTION button············································ (31)
E3Pure direct button (PURE)·························· (28)
E4RANDOM button ( )·································· (26)
E5Picture adjust button (PICTURE ADJ.)······ (30)
E6DISC LAYER button····································· (17)
Basic version
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
Remote control unit
q Remove the rear lid in the
direction of the arrow and
remove it.
w Load the two batteries properly
as indicated by the marks in
the battery compartment.
Batteries
•The remote control unit may function improperly if rechargeable
batteries are used.
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Point the remote control at the remote sensor when operating it.
Approx. 23 ft/7 m
30°
30°
NOTE
•The set may function improperly or the remote control may not
operate if the remote control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight,
strong artificial light from an inverter type fluorescent lamp or
infrared light.
•When using 3D video devices that transmit radio communication
signals (such as infrared signals etc.) between the various units
(such as the monitor, 3D glasses, 3D transmitter unit etc.), the
remote control unit may not operate due to interference from those
radio communication signals. If this occurs, adjust the direction and
distance of the 3D communication for each unit, and check that the
remote control unit operation is not affected by these signals.
Information
DVD
Operating range of the remote control
Advanced version
e Put the rear cover back on.
•Insert the specified batteries in the remote control.
•Replace the batteries with new ones if the set does not operate
even when the remote control is operated close to the unit.
(The supplied batteries are only for verifying operation.)
•When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction,
following the q and w marks in the battery compartment.
•To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
•Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
•Do not use two different types of batteries.
•Do not attempt to charge dry batteries.
•Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of batteries in
flames.
•Do not keep the battery in a place exposed to direct sunlight or in
places with extremely high temperatures, such as near a heater.
•If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside
of the battery compartment and insert new batteries.
•Remove the batteries from the remote control if it will not be in use
for long periods.
•Used batteries should be disposed of in accordance with the local
regulations regarding battery disposal.
Basic version
Inserting the batteries
NOTE
Remote control unit
Basic version
Remote control settings
(remote control side)
Switches when this unit remote control operates another
marantz BD players in the vicinity.
Set the remote control code simultaneously on the unit, too
(vpage 42 “Remote ID”).
Advanced version
GRemote control code settingH
•The supplied remote control has two remote control code settings:
BD 1 and BD 2.
•The code is set to “BD 1” at the factory.
•To set the code to “BD 2”, hold the 2 and 2 pressed for more than
five seconds.
•To set (return) the code to “BD 1”, hold the 2 and 1 pressed for
more than five seconds.
If the signal code of the remote control does not match the signal
code of the unit, the remote control code set on the unit is shown on
the display.
Information
GExampleH
If the code setting on the unit is “BD1”, and the setting on the remote
control is “BD2”, “BD1” is shown on the display.
NOTE
Match the signal code of the remote control with the signal code of
the unit. If the remote control code is different, you cannot operate the
this unit with the remote control.
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Playable media
Discs
NOTE
Playable media
Playable region
codes
Symbols used in this
Owner’s Manual
Discs with
–
BD-RE z3 z4
DVD-Audio z1 z4
–
–
DVD-Video z1 z2 z4
Include region
1
ALL
DVD-R, DVD+R z4
DVD-RW, DVD+RW
–
–
–
–
–
CD
CD-R
CD-RW
z1 BD-Video/DVD-Audio/DVD-Video discs may not operate as described in this manual due to menu structure.
z2 BD players and BD-Video discs, and DVD players and DVD-Video discs each have their region codes (codes assigned for each region).
Playback is not possible if the codes do not match.
z3 Compatibility of a Blu-ray Disc as the specifications for Blu-ray Discs are new and advance day by day, discs of some types or versions may
not be played with the unit. The firmware of this unit is updated periodically. Be sure to update the firmware to the latest version before
using the unit.
z4 Including dual-layer discs.
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Information
Super Audio CD
Video mode,
AVCHD format
The following discs will not play back on this unit.
•BD-RE Ver1.0 (BD disc with cartridge)
•BDXL
•HD DVD
•DVD-RAM
•CDV (Only the audio part can be played)
•CD-G (Only the audio signals can be output)
•Non-standard CD (CD with copy protection, etc.)
•Unauthorised disc (Pirated disc)
•Disc with recording area less than 55 mm in diameter
•Video Single Disc (VSD) / CVD/ Video CD / Super Video CD /
CompactDisc-Interactive (CD-I) / Photo CD
Advanced version
BD-Video z1 z2 z4
BD-R z3 z4
Playable formats/
modes
•A disc may not be accessible or may play incorrectly due to audio
and video interruptions, etc., depending on the recording conditions
when recorded with a BD recorder or DVD recorder.
•Unfinalised DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW, and CD-R/-RW discs may not play
back. Finalize discs before playing.
Basic version
Other information
Playable media
Playable media
Network
MP3
(.mp3)
S
S
S
•Sampling frequency: 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz
•Bit rate: 64 kbps to 320 kbps
•Audio type: MPEG1 audio layer 3
WMA z1
(.wma)
S
S
S
•Sampling frequency: 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz
•Bit rate: 48 kbps to 192 kbps
•Audio type: WMA ver. 9
AAC z1
(.m4a)
S
S
S
•Sampling frequency: 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz
•Bit rate: 32 kbps to 320 kbps
•Audio type: MPEG4, AAC
LPCM
(.wav)
S z2
S
S
•Sampling frequency: 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz
•Number of bits: 16 / 24-bits
•Number of channels: 2 channels
FLAC(.flac)
S z2
S
S
•Sampling frequency: 32 / 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz
•Bit rate: 64 kbps to 16.2 Mbps
•Number of bits: 8 / 16 / 24-bits
JPEG
(.jpg/.jpeg)
S
S
S
•Maximum resolution: 4,096 x 4,096 pixels
•Minimum resolution: 32 x 32 pixels
•Maximum file capacity: 12 MB
PNG
(.png)
S
S
S
DivX®
(.avi/.divx/.mkv)
S z2
S
S
MPEG
(.mpg/.mpeg /.mp4/.ts/.m2t)
S z2
S
S
•Video : MPEG2, MPEG4
•Audio : AAC, MP3, AC-3
WMV
(.wmv)
S z2
S
S
•Video : WMV9, WMV9AP (VC-1)
•Audio : WMA
AVI
(.avi)
S z2
S
S
•Video : MPEG2, MPEG4
•Audio : MP3, AC-3
File specification
Symbols used
in this Owner’s
Manual
•Maximum resolution: 4,096 x 4,096 pixels
•Minimum resolution: 32 x 32 pixels
•Maximum file capacity: 12 MB
•Supporting version: up to DivX® PLUS HD
(Except CD-R/-RW)
•Maximum capacity: 2 GB
zz1 Files with digital rights management (DRM) other than those protected by DivX® and WMDRM of devices on the network cannot be played.
zz2 Except CD-R/-RW. Some files may not be playable depending on the transfer rate (Bit rate).
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•Depending on recording conditions, these files
may not be playable.
•If a file name/title name/artist name/album name
includes characters that are not supported for
the Media player display, it may not be displayed
correctly.
•JPEG pictures recorded in the progressive system
cannot be displayed.
•Variable Bit Rate (VBR) is not supported (when
playback is possible, the time display in the display
window will speed up and slow down).
v See overleaf
Information
USB memory
device
Advanced version
BD-R/-RE
DVD-R/-RW/
+R/+RW
CD-R/-RW
Playable files
(Extension)
Basic version
Files
Playable media
NOTE
About Discs and Files
•The unit supports the FAT 16 and FAT 32 file system. It does not
support the NTFS file system.
•The limit of folders and files that can be displayed on the unit is as
shown below. (The limit shown includes the root folder.)
nnBD-Video, DVD-Video
Folder layers
Folders
Files
File names, folder names
Artist names, song titles
8
999
999
32
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GExampleH
BD, DVD
Title1
Chapter 1
Title2
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
•If there are too many characters to be displayed on one line, the
display becomes scrollable.
•File names/title names/artist names/album names are displayed on
the Media player display screen.
nn Hybrid BD
•The unit supports high-speed USB file transfer (conforming to USB
2.0).
•AVCHD content stored on the USB memory device connected to the
unit can also be played.
•USB memory devices of up to 2 TB are recognized.
NOTE
•Insert and remove a USB memory device with the power set to
standby. If it is inserted or removed with the power on, the recorded
files cannot be loaded or may be damaged.
•It is not compatible with an MP3 player, digital camera, a USB device
for a mobile phone, etc.
•The unit cannot charge a USB device.
•The unit does not support a card reader, USB extension cable, or
USB hub.
DVD
BD/DVD-Video discs are divided into several large sections (titles)
and small sections (chapters). These sections are all allotted
numbers, called title numbers and chapter numbers.
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•Hybrid disc
Two-layer Hybrid BD with an BD
layer and a DVD layer.
The signals on the DVD layer can be
played on a regular DVD player.
DVD layer
BD layer
Information
•ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by
DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX
Certified® device that plays DivX video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your files into DivX videos.
•ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® device
must be registered in order to play purchased DivX Video-onDemand (VOD) movies. To obtain your registration code, locate the
DivX VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for
more information on how to complete your registration.
USB memory device
Advanced version
•When you purchase or rent a DivX® file through the official site of
DivX® Video-On-Demand (VOD) services, the unit registration code
is required. For details, see “DivX Registration” (vpage 42).
•A DivX® VOD file recorded with a different code from the unit
registration code cannot be played back.
•Some DivX® VOD files are restricted to a certain number of
playable times. If your DivX® VOD file has such a limit, the number
of playable times is displayed on the DivX® VOD display screen.
•Use o p to select “Yes” if you want to play a file, or to select
“No” if you do not want to play it. Then, press ENTER to confirm
the selection.
Basic version
nnAbout DivX® Video-on-Demand (VOD)
Playable media
nnDVD-Audio
GType of Super Audio CDH
•Single layer disc
DVD-Audio discs are divided into several large sections (groups)
and small sections (tracks). These sections are all allotted numbers,
called group numbers and track numbers.
DVD-Audio
Single layer Super Audio CD with only
an HD layerz.
HD layer
Group1
♪
Track1
•Dual layer disc
♪
Track2
Group2
♪
Track3
♪
Track1
♪
Track2
nnFile
Files, such as MP3/WMA/AAC/LPCM/JPEG/DivX® etc., recorded
on BD-R/-RE, DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW, CD-R/-RW and USB memory
device are divided into large segments (folders) and small
segments (files). Files are stored in folders, and folders can be
placed for storage in a hierarchy. The unit can recognize up to 8
levels of folders.
BD-R/-RE, DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW, CD-R/-RW
or USB memory device
HD layer
File1
nnCD
CD is divided into several sections (tracks). These sections are all
allotted numbers called track numbers.
•Hybrid disc
CD layer
Track1
Track2
Track3
Track4
Track5
File2
File5
zz All Super Audio CD contain an HD (High Density) layer with high
density Super Audio CD signals. This layer can contain a stereo
channel area, a multi-channel area, or both a stereo channel and
multi-channel area.
Folder3
2nd level
File6
File7
3rd level
•The limit of folders and files that can be displayed on the unit is as
shown below. (The limit shown includes the root folder.)
Folder layers
Folders
Files
File names, folder names
Artist names, song titles
HD layer
File3
8
999
999
32
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•If there are too many characters to be displayed on one line, the
display becomes scrollable.
•File names/title names/artist names/album names are displayed on
the Media player display screen.
When writing MP3/WMA/AAC/JPEG/DivX® etc. files on a CD-R/-RW
disc, set the writing software’s format to “ISO9660”. The files may
not play properly if they are recorded in other formats. For details,
refer to the instructions of your writing software.
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Information
Two-layer Super Audio CD with an
HD layerz and a CD layer.
The signals on the CD layer can be
played on a regular CD player.
File4
1st level
Folder2
Advanced version
Folder1
Super Audio CD with a dual HD
layerz, offering extended playing
time and high sound quality.
Basic version
nnSuper Audio CD
Cautions on using media
Cleaning discs
•Set the disc in the tray label side up.
•Make sure the disc tray is fully open when inserting the disc.
•Place the disc horizontally in the tray, aligned with the tray guide.
•Do not get fingerprints, oil or dirt on discs.
•Take special care not to scratch discs when removing them from
their cases.
•Do not bend or heat discs.
•Do not enlarge the hole in the center.
•Do not write on the labeled (printed) surface with ball-point pens,
pencils, etc., or stick new labels on discs.
•Condensation may form on discs if they are moved suddenly from a
cold place (outdoors for example) to a warm place, but do not try to
dry discs with a hairdryer, etc.
•Do not eject a USB memory device or turn off the unit while a USB
memory device is being played. This may result in malfunction or
loss of the USB memory device’s data.
•Do not attempt to open or modify USB memory device.
•USB memory device and files can be damaged by static electricity.
Do not touch the metal contacts of an USB memory device with
your fingers.
•Do not use warped USB memory device.
•After use, be sure to remove any disc or USB memory device, and
store it in its proper case, to avoid dust, scratches and deformation.
•Do not store discs in the following places:
1. Places exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time
2. Dusty or humid places
3. Places exposed to heat from heaters, etc.
•If there are fingerprints or dirt on a disc, wipe them off before using
the disc.
•Use a commercially available disc cleaning set or a soft cloth to clean
discs.
If a disc that cannot be played is loaded or the disc is loaded
up-sidedown, “NO DISC” or “UNK DISC” is displayed on the player’s
display.
NOTE
•Only load one disc at a time. Loading two or more discs can damage
the unit or scratch the discs.
•Do not use cracked or warped discs or discs that have been repaired
with adhesive, etc.
•Do not use discs on which the sticky part of cellophane tape or labels
is exposed or on which there are traces of where labels have been
removed. Such discs can get caught inside the player and damage it.
•Do not use discs in special shapes, as they may damage the player.
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Do not wipe with a circular
motion.
NOTE
Do not use record spray, antistatic agents, benzene, thinner or other
solvents.
About copyrights
•Unauthorised copying, broadcasting, public performance and lending
of discs are prohibited.
•This item incorporates copy protection technology that is protected
by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights of Rovi
Corporation. Reverse engineering and disassembly are prohibited. •Portions of this product are protected under copyright law and
provided under license by ARIS/SOLANA/4C.
Information
•Do not push the disc tray in by hand when the power is off.
Doing so could damage the set.
Gently wipe the disc from the
inside towards the outside.
Advanced version
How to handle media
Basic version
Inserting a disc
Cautions on using media
NOTE
If a device that does not support HDCP is connected, video and audio
are not output correctly. Read the owner’s manual of your television
or AV receiver for more information.
Advanced version
•This product uses Cinavia technology to limit the use of unauthorized
copies of some commercially-produced film and videos and their
soundtracks.
•When a prohibited use of an unauthorized copy is detected, a
message will be displayed and playback or copying will be interrupted.
•More information about Cinavia technology is provided at the Cinavia
Online Consumer Information Center at http://www.cinavia.com.
•To request additional information about Cinavia by mail, send a
postcard with your mailing address to: Cinavia Consumer Information
Center, P.O. Box 86851, San Diego, CA, 92138, USA.”
Copyright protection system (HDCP)
In order to play back digital video and audio such as BD-Video or
DVD-Video via HDMI connection, both the player and TV or the AV
receiver need to support the copyright protection system known as
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection System). HDCP
is copyright protection technology comprising data encryption and
authentication of the connected AV device. Our this unit supports
HDCP.
Basic version
Cinavia notice
Information
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About digital signal audio output
Media/Files
Audio format
Analog Audio
Output Terminal
2ch AUDIO OUT
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL PLUS
Bitstream
PCM
(Default setting)
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
PLUS
DOLBY TrueHD z4
DTS Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround
DTS-HD z4
2ch Linear PCM
Multi Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
AAC z8
AAC z5
2ch Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM Multi Linear PCM
Multi Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
2ch Linear PCM
Multi Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround
2ch Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM
Multi Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY DIGITAL
Multi Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM
No audio output
DSD z4 z6
2ch Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM
2ch Linear PCM
Multi Linear PCM
DTS Digital Surround 2ch Linear PCM DTS Digital Surround Multi Linear PCM
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z1 The output format is automatically changed depending on the
audio format or number of channels that the connected HDMI
device supports.
z2 When “BD Audio Mode” (vpage 31) is set to “Mix Audio
Output”, the secondary audio and interactive audio are mixed
to output linear PCM.
z3 If the connected HDMI device does not support Dolby Digital
Plus, Dolby TrueHD, or DTS-HD, the signal is output as Dolby
digital or DTS Digital Surround bitstream. If it does not support
the Dolby Digital or DTS Digital Surround bitstream, it is output
as multi-linear PCM or 2-channel linear PCM.
z4 When “Video resolution” (vpage 29) is set to “480/576i”
or “480/576P”, DOLBY TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio
bitstreams are output as DOLBY DIGITAL and DTS Digital
Surround bitstreams, respectively. Also, the DSD multi-channel
signals are output as DSD 2 channel signals.
z5 If the connected HDMI device does not support AAC , the
signal is output as Linear PCM.
z6 When a device that does not support DSD is connected to the
HDMI OUT AMP or MONITOR connector, linear PCM signals
are output from the HDMI OUT connector.
z7 If “BD Audio Mode” (vpage 31) is set to “MIX Audio
Output” , second audio and interactive audio are mixed and
output.
z8 If the connected HDMI device does not support AAC, the signal
is not output.
Information
DVD
2ch Linear PCM
HDMI Output Terminal z1 z2 z3
Advanced version
DOLBY TrueHD
DTS Digital Surround
DTS-HD
Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
BD-R/-RE
AAC
Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
AVCHD
2ch Linear PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DVD-Video
DTS Digital Surround
Linear PCM
DVD-Audio
Linear PCM / P.PCM
DOLBY DIGITAL
DivX®
AAC
MP3, MP2
Multi area
Super Audio CD Stereo area
CD layer
CD, MP3, WMA, AAC
FLAC
DTS-CD
BD z2
Digital Audio Output Terminal
(Coaxial)
Bitstream z7
PCM
(Default setting)
Basic version
The unit converts the format of digital audio signals recorded on media and output them.
•Audio signal input may not be supported depending on the HDMI compatible monitor (projector, etc.) being used. When the unit is connected to this kind of device, audio signals are not output from the HDMI terminal.
Trademark information
Basic version
This product uses the following technologies:
Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Oracle
and/or its affiliates.
“Blu-ray 3D™” and the logos are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
“AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks
of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
YouTube and the YouTube logo are the registered
trademarks of Google Inc.
Netflix and Netflix logo are the registered
trademarks of Netflix, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
“BONUSVIEW™” and “BONUSVIEW™” logo are
trademarks of the Blu-ray Disc Association.
is a trademark of the DVD Format / Logo
licensing Corporation.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries.
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Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
Nos: 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 6,226,616; 6,487,535;
7,392,195; 7,272,567; 7,333,929; 7,212,872
& other U.S. and worldwide patents issued &
pending. DTS-HD, the Symbol, & DTS-HD and
the Symbol together are registered trademarks &
DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential is a trademark
of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
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VUDU™ is a trademarks of VUDU, Inc.
HULU and HULU.COM are trademarks and
service marks of Hulu, LLC Copyright © 2010
Hulu, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Information
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED®
are trademarks, service marks, or certification
marks of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
Device Class functions: DMP (Digital Media
Player)
DLNA Certified® Product Function: FINDS, PLAYS
Content Type: audio, video, image (Check
supported media formats.)
DLNA consumer website: www.dlna.org
Some content may not be compatible with other
DLNA Certified® products (example: optional
media formats).
The “BD-LIVE” logo is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc
Association.
Advanced version
DivX®, DivX Certified®, DivX Plus® HD and
associated logos are trademarks of Rovi
Corporation or its subsidiaries and are used under
license.
“Blu-ray Disc™”, and the logos are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
Explanation of Terms
DVD
Finalizing
This process enables DVD/CD recorded with a
recorder to be played by other players.
H
HDCP
When transmitting digital signals between devices,
this copyright protection technology encrypts
the signals to prevent content from being copied
without authorization.
HDMI
This is an abbreviation of High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, which is an AV digital interface that can
be connected to a TV or amplifier. Video signal and
audio signal can be connected with 1 cable.
I
Interlacing (interlaced scanning)
This conventional method used to project images
on a TV displays 1 frame of image in half and half,
respectively as 2 fields.
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J
JPEG (Joint Photo graphic Experts Group)
This is a still picture data compression standard. Its
ability to reduce the size of a file with relatively little
deterioration in image quality means that it is widely
used for storing images in video cameras, etc.
L
LAN (Local Area Network)
A wired or wireless network that connects devices
together.
Linear PCM
This is an uncompressed PCM (Pulse Code
Modulation) signal. This is the same system as the
CD audio but uses 192 kHz, 96 kHz, and 48 kHz
sampling frequencies on BD or DVD and provides
higher sound quality than CD.
M
MAC Address
A unique identification number for network devices
such as LAN cards.
MP3 (MPEG AudioLayer 3)
This is an internationally standardized audio data
compression scheme, using the “MPEG-1” video
compression standard. It compresses the data
volume to about one eleventh its original size while
maintaining sound quality equivalent to a music CD.
MPEG
This is an abbreviation of Moving Picture Experts
Group, which is an international standard of the
moving picture audio compression method. Images
on BD and DVD are recorded using this method.
P
Picture-in-picture
This BD-Video function allows you to view scenes,
such as the making of or commentary on the movie,
in the secondary video while viewing the main story
in the primary video.
Information
C
Chapter
This is a break intended by the producer, who
organizes the titles of BD or DVD-Video. The
chapter search function searches for the beginning
of this break.
F
Interactive audio
This is audio recorded in the titles of BD-Video,
such as clicking sounds made during operations.
IP Address
An identification number that is assigned to each
network device.
Advanced version
B
BD-J (Blu-ray Disc Java)
BD-Video offer fun software with more interactive
functions (games) that use Java applications.
BD-Live™
The unit can be connected to the Internet to enjoy
a number of features, including additional contents
such as special video or subtitles, games, etc.
Bit rate
This is the amount of video or audio data recorded
on a disc that is read in one second.
Blu-ray disc
Blu-ray discs can record high-definition video
movies of up to 25 GB for single-sided single-layer
discs or 50 GB for single-sided dual-layer discs.
Bonus View
Special images for BD-Video. It includes comments
from the movie director, simultaneously developing
sub-stories, and images from different angles.
Downmix
This function converts the number of channels of
surround audio to less channels for playback.
DTS
This is an abbreviation of Digital Theater System,
which is a digital audio system developed by DTS.
When playing audio on this system while connected
to a device such as a DTS amplifier, accurate sound
field position and realistic sound effects can be
obtained, making you feel like you are in a movie
theater.
DTS-HD
This audio technology provides an enhanced
functionality and a higher quality of sound than
conventional DTS and is adopted as an optional
audio for Blu-ray disc. This technology supports
multi-channel, high data transfer speed, high
sampling-frequency, and lossless audio playback. A
maximum of 7.1 channels are supported on Blu-ray
discs.
Dynamic range
The difference between the maximum, undistorted
sound level and the minimum sound level that is
discernible above the noise emitted by the device.
D
Deep Color
This technology allows expression of more colors
than the conventional 8-bit and can reproduce more
natural colors without any color streaking.
Default Gateway
This device is the entry and exit point between an
internal network and an external network (Internet,
etc.).
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
This function assigns IP addresses automatically to
network devices.
DivX
This is a video codec (video compression/
decompression software) developed by DivX, Inc.
The compression technology is based on “MPEG4 Part 2” (known as “MPEG-4 ASP”). It allows
along video to be compressed into a small file while
maintaining a high-quality image.
It is available in the free “DivX” version or the paid
“DivX PRO”version.
DLNA
An abbreviation of Digital Living Network Alliance.
An industry group that was established to decide
specifications for the mutual connection of audio
visual devices and computers in a home network
and the mutual utilization of music, photo and video
data.
This unit is based on DLNA Home Networked
Device Interoperability Guidelines.
DNS (Domain Name System)
A system that matches host names on the Internet
to IP addresses.
Dolby Digital (5.1-ch Surround)
This is a stereophonic effect developed by Dolby
Laboratories. This is a maximum of 5.1 channels,
independent multi-channel audio system.
Dolby Digital Plus
This is an extended version of Dolby Digital and is a
high sound quality, digital audio technology adopted
as an optional audio for Blu-ray discs.
Dolby TrueHD
This lossless coding technology is adopted as an
optional audio for Blu-ray disc and supports 7.1
channels.
Basic version
A
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
This is an internationally standardized audio data
compression scheme. It has a compression ratio 1.4
times higher than the “MP3” audio compression
scheme adopted for “MPEG-1”.
Aspect ratio
This is the length and width ratio of the TV
screen. The conventional TV screen’s ratio
is 4:3 and a wide screen TV’s screen ratio is
16:9.
Audio commentary
This is an audio program included as a bonus
feature in a DVD-Video or BD-Video. It uses a multiaudio function to provide an audio explanation or
commentary by members of the crew or director,
etc. to accompany the video.
Explanation of Terms
W
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
This is audio compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation.
To encode WMA files, only use applications
authorized by Microsoft Corporation. If you use
an unauthorized application, the file may not work
properly.
X
x.v.Color
This function lets HDTVs display colors more
accurately. It enables display with natural,
vivid colors. “x.v.Color” is trademark of Sony
Corporation.
Information
Rating
Depending on the age of the viewer, this function
restricts the playing of BD-Video or DVD-Video. The
unit can be set to restrict viewing in 0 to 254 levels
for BD-Video, and 1 to 8 levels for DVD-Video.
Region code
This code indicates the country or region where the
BD or DVD-Video can be played back.
T
Title
This is the unit of content that consists of chapters
of BD or DVD-Video. Some BD or DVD-Video may
include multiple titles.
Advanced version
R
Secondary subtitle
This subtitle, such as the director’s comments and
other data recorded in the bonus view of BD-Video.
Subnet Mask
A 32-bit value that defines which bits in an IP
address are reserved for a network address for
identifying the network.
Basic version
Pop up menu
This type of menu is recorded with BD software.
While playing back a BD, this menu can be displayed
on the front of the screen and can be operated.
Primary audio
This audio signal is recorded in the main story in
BD-Video.
Primary subtitle
This subtitle is recorded in the main story in
BD-Video.
Primary video
This video signal is recorded in the main story in
BD-Video.
Progressive (sequential scanning)
This is a system for scanning the video signal that
displays 1 frame of video as one image. Compared
to the interlace system, this system provides
images with less flickering and bleeding.
Proxy
This is a hookup to secure high-speed access and
safe transmission for connecting to the Internet
from the internal network.
S
Sampling frequency
Sampling involves taking a reading of a sound wave
(analog signal) at regular intervals and expressing
the height of the wave at each reading in digitized
format (producing a digital signal).
The number of readings taken in one second is
called the “sampling frequency”. The larger the
value, the closer the reproduced sound is to the
original.
Secondary audio
This is audio content, such as the director’s
comments, and other data recorded in the bonus
view of BD-Video.
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GVideoH
If a problem occurs, firstly check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner’s manual?
3. Are other components operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the items listed in the table below. If the problem continues
there may be a malfunction.
In this case, disconnect the power immediately and contact your retail outlet.
Symptom
No picture appears.
Cause/Solution
Page
Power does not turn
on.
•Check if the power cord is properly connected.
•Plug the power supply cord into the household power outlet.
•The safety protection device may be activated. Unplug the power
cord once, and wait for 5-10 seconds and then plug it in again.
12
12
12
Playback does not
•Is there condensation inside the player or on the disc? (Let it sit for
start even when 1 is
1 to 2 hours with the power off.)
pressed, or starts but •When the disc is scratched or contaminated with fingerprints, the
stops immediately.
disc may not play correctly. Clean the disc or replace with a nonscratched disc.
•Is the disc loaded upside-down? Load the disc properly, with the
side to be played face down.
•Is an unplayable disc loaded?
•No disc is inserted. Insert a disc.
2
57
57
53
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No return to start-up
screen when a disc
is removed.
•There may be an internal error. Set the power to standby, wait
awhile, then turn the power back on.
13
Buttons do not work
or the unit stops
responding.
•Operations may not be permitted by the disc.
•The safety protection device may be activated. Unplug the power
cord once, and wait for 5-10 seconds and then plug it in again.
•Refer to the instructions of the disc.
13
12
The camera angle
does not switch.
•If the multiple angles are not recorded in a BD-Video or DVDVideo, the camera angle cannot be switched. Also, multiple angles
may only be recorded for specific scenes.
27
Playback does not
start when a title is
selected.
•Playback may be prohibited by the viewing restriction setting.
Check the “Parental Controls” setting on the SETUP menu.
41
I have forgotten the
password for the
rating level.
•On the SETUP menu, perform the “System” – “Reset” procedure.
39
DVD
29
29
7
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–
•The picture may be slightly disturbed right after fast-forwarding or
reversing. This is not a malfunction.
•Is a disc that is not compatible with the player or a disc with a
different region number loaded? (This player supports region code
“A” for BD-Video discs, “1” or “ALL” for DVD-Video discs.)
The picture freezes
momentarily during
playback.
•If a disc is scratched or contaminated with fingerprints, the disc
may not play correctly. Clean the disc or replace with a nonscratched disc.
•There may be a problem with the data recorded on the disc.
•Subtitles cannot be displayed for BD-Video, DVD-Video or DivX®
files that do not contain subtitles.
•Is the subtitle setting “Off”? Use the disc menu or SUBTITLE to
set the subtitles to display.
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•Is 3D compatible TV connected before playing 3D disc?
•Is a 3D compatible TV connected to the HDMI MONITOR
connector? When a TV that is not compatible with 3D is connected
to the HDMI MONITOR connector, 3D video is not output from the
HDMI AMP connector.
7
7
3D video does not
appear.
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28
The picture is not
displayed or is
disrupted.
The picture of a BDVideo or DVD-Video
disc is in black and
white.
Subtitles are not
displayed.
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–
53
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–
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Information
Symptom
Page
Advanced version
GGeneralH
Cause/Solution
•Switch the TV’s input setting to the external input connected to
the player.
•Is the Pure Direct function set to “AV P.Direct” or “Pure Direct 1”
or “Pure Direct 2”? Set it to “Off”.
•Does the setting of resolution on the match the connected device’s
resolution?
•Is the resolution is set according to the connected device by
pressing RESOLUTION on the remote control? Make settings for
resolution.
•The HDMI cable is not connected securely. Connect the HDMI
cable securely.
•The HDMI OUT connector is probably connected to a DVI IN
connector of equipment. DVI connection does not support HDCP
and the HDMI is not output correctly.
Basic version
Troubleshooting
GHDMIH
GAudioH
Symptom
Cause/Solution
Page
31
No sound or the
sound is hard to
hear.
•Check the audio connections of connected devices and speakers.
•Is the power connected audio devices turned on?
Is the input selection set to the input to which the unit is
connected?
•Is the audio output properly selected?
8
–
No sound.
•The unit is in reverse play, fast forward, fast reverse, slow forward,
slow reverse or pause mode. Return to the normal playback.
•The HDMI OUT connector is probably connected to a DVI IN
connector of equipment. DVI connection does not support HDCP
and the audio is not output correctly.
•Is the Pure Direct function set to “AV P.Direct” or “Pure Direct 1”
or “Pure direct 2”? Set it to “Off”.
Video and audio are
not output via the
HDMI connection.
27, 59
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8, 58
28
Interactive audio is
not output.
•Set “BD Audio mode” to “Mix Audio Output” using the OPTION
setting menu.
31
Multi-channel audio
is not output.
•Is the multi-channel audio selected? Press AUDIO of the remote
control to switch from audio supported by a disc to multi-channel
audio.
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Page
•Check the connection of the HDMI cable.
•Is the “HDMI” indicator on the display of the unit lit?
•Is the Pure Direct function set to “AV P.Direct” or “Pure Direct 1”
or “Pure Direct 2”? Set it to “Off”.
•Check whether the connected display device or other device
supports HDCP. This unit will not output a video signal unless the
other device supports HDCP. See the owner’s manual of your TV,
AV receiver, etc.
•Check that the setting of the HDMI video resolution supports the
resolution of the connected device. When set to “Auto”, this unit
makes the setting automatically.
•Turn off power of the unit and then turn it back on.
•Turn off power of the connected device and then turn it back on.
•Unplug the HDMI cable and then plug it in again.
•When you connect the unit to an AV receiver, first connect the
unit directly to a television and check the video and audio output. If
output is performed properly, connect the unit to the AV receiver
again and check the AV receiver setting.
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28
58
29
13
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Advanced version
•Set “BD Audio Mode” to “HD Audio Output”.
Cause/Solution
Basic version
HD audio is not
output.
Symptom
Information
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GDiscH
GUSB memory deviceH
USB memory device
cannot be read.
•The format of the USB memory device does not match this unit or
the USB memory device is not compatible.
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Data stored in a
USB memory device
cannot be displayed
(read).
•Has the unit initialized the USB memory device with applicable
formats? (FAT 16/FAT 32)
•Are you using a USB hub? If so, directly connect the USB memory
device to a USB port on the front panel of the unit.
•Are you using a USB extension cable? If so, directly connect the
USB memory device to the USB port on the front panel of the unit.
•Are the USB memory device contents applicable to this unit? Use
the “Files” menu to confirm whether the contents are applicable
to the unit.
•When a USB memory device of 192 MB or less is formatted with
FAT 32, this unit may not be able to read it. If that is the case,
format it with FAT 16.
•This unit does not support a USB memory device containing
encrypted data.
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•Some USB memory devices cannot be operated by the power
supplied from this unit. The unit supplies 5 V/1 A to a USB memory
device. Use a USB memory device that is compatible with the
specifications of this unit.
•Check if the USB memory device is firmly connected to the USB
port.
–
The USB memory
device is not
recognized.
Files that begin with •When content created by Mac OS X is copied into a USB memory
“.” cannot be played. device, all contents as well as hidden files are copied. Although
the extension of this file is the same as the extension of the
content, it is actually not the content. Delete this file using another
OS such as Windows.
Unable to play back
BD-Live™ / bonus
view.
•Does the USB memory device have more than 1 GB of available
space?
•Has the USB memory device been initialized by the unit?
•Was the USB memory device inserted while the power of the unit
was on? (Insert the USB memory device while the unit is in the
standby status.)
Symptom
Cause/Solution
Page
A playable disc is not •The pickup lens may be dirty. Before requesting servicing, try
read.
cleaning the laser pickup with a commercially available lens
cleaner. (Do not use a cleaner with a brush because it may
damage the lens.)
9
A disc cannot be
played back.
9
–
•The finalizing procedure after recording has not been performed
correctly. Finalize a disc properly.
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GNetworkH
Symptom
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55
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Cause/Solution
Page
Cannot connect to
the network.
•The LAN cable is not connected. Correct the network connections.
•The IP address is incorrect. Correct the network settings.
•The connection has been blocked by the firewall. Allow
communication with the unit.
10
41
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Can not find the
server.
•The server is not running. Start the server.
•The server has not authenticated the unit. Authenticate the unit
on the server side.
•The unit does not recognize the server. Obtain the server list
again.
10
11
•There is a large number of files in the list and processing takes
time. Wait until the process finishes.
•Multiple servers are starting or updating information. Wait until
the process finishes.
•The media player no longer responds to operations. Press DLNA
Search on the media player menu.
–
The media player
does not respond.
9
–
Cannot obtain the
file list.
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40
34
•The server is creating the file list. It may take some time for the
server to create the file list. If that is the case, wait until the list
creation has finished.
•The number of files that can be registered by the server has been
exceeded. Limit the number of files formats to the range that
can be registered by the server. For details, see the server’s user
guide.
•Characters that are not supported by the server are used in areas
such as the file name. Limit the number of files formats to the
range that can be registered by the server. For details, see the
server’s user guide.
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Information
Page
Advanced version
Cause/Solution
Basic version
Symptom
Symptom
Page
•The server does not support DRM. Connected to a server that
does support DRM.
•The server has not obtained the DRM license. Obtain the DRM
license on the server side in advance.
–
Takes time to play or •The file size is large. This is not a malfunction.
change to the next
•DRM-protected content is being played. This is not a malfunction.
file.
GBD-Live™H
Symptom
BD-Live™ function
does not work.
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54
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•There is a large number of files in the list. During random play,
the larger the number of files in the server, the longer it takes to
display the file list. Reduce the number of connected servers or
reduce the number of files registered on the server.
–
Cannot play even
though the file
format is supported
for playback.
•The server does not support this file format. Only files whose
formats are supported by both the unit and the server can be
played. See the server’s user guide.
•There is not enough network bandwidth. Communication in a
network may become congested, Stop the communication of the
other devices, or redesign your network environment.
–
Playback breaks up.
•The file bit rate is too high. Communication in a network may
become congested, Stop the communication of the other devices,
or redesign your network environment.
Cannot play BDLive™ video.
10
10
•Network connection is not established. Perform the connection
test. If “The network connection failed” is displayed in the test,
check the network cable connection and settings.
•When the BD-Live™ function is used, the line speed of the
broadband being used is not sufficient. Consult with the Internet
Service Provider (ISP) and change it to the speed recommended
for using a broadband line.
•Check if the disc has support for BD-Live™.
•If the BD-Live™ function does not work even after data is
downloaded into a USB memory device, reformat the USB
memory device on this unit.
•The “BD-Live Connection” setting of “Network” menu is set to
“Prohibited”. Set it to “Permitted”.
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•The content downloaded to the built-in memory or USB memory
device are provided as a part of the BD-Video content by the video
company who recorded the disc. You cannot copy BD-Live™ video
or audio content into a USB memory device and play that USB
memory device independently on equipment other than this unit.
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34
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40
42
GVideo streaming distribution serviceH
Symptom
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Cause/Solution
Page
•When Video streaming distribution service function is used, the
line speed of the broadband being used is not sufficient. Consult
with the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and change it to the speed
recommended for using a broadband line.
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Information
Playback stops
from time to time
during playback of
the video streaming
distribution service.
DVD
Page
Advanced version
Takes time for the
file list to display.
Cause/Solution
Basic version
Can not play DRMprotected files.
Cause/Solution
GRemote control unitH
Symptom
•Aim the remote control directly at the infrared sensor window on
the front of the unit.
•Operate within a distance of 7 m from the remote control sensor.
•Remove any obstacles.
•Replace the batteries with new ones.
•Insert the batteries in the proper direction, checking the q and
w marks.
•Match the signal code of the remote control to the signal code of
the unit.
•Check whether the remote sensor of the unit is exposed to direct
sunlight or strong light of a fluorescent lamp, 3D synchro signal of
TV. Be sure to avoid exposing the remote sensor to strong light.
•The switch on the back of the REMOTE CONTROL is on “EXT.
(EXTERNAL)”. When using this unit independently, set the switch
to “INT. (INTERNAL)”.
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Specifications
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51
Signal format :
Applicable discs /memory device :
42, 52
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HDMI output :
Analog audio output :
Audio output characteristics :
Digital audio output :
nn General
Power supply :
Power consumption :
(vpage 39 “Energy Saving Mode”)
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
25 W
0.3 W (Energy Saving Standby)
0.5 W (Normal Standby)
14 W (Quick Start)
zzFor purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Information
•Some functions may not be used under certain operating conditions, but this is not failure of the unit.
Read the description in this Owner’s Manual for details on correct operations.
•The volume may differ from disc to disc. This is due to the differences in how the signals are recorded
on the disc and is not a malfunction.
•During programmed playback, it is not possible to perform random playback or to start playback from a
desired track or file.
•Some functions are prohibited on some discs.
NTSC, PAL
(1) BD-Video disc :
12 cm, 1 side, 1 layer; 12 cm, 1 side, 2 layers
(2) DVD-Video / DVD-Audio disc :
12 cm, 1 side, 1 layer; 12 cm, 1 side, 2 layers /
12 cm, 2 sides, 2 layers (1 side, 1 layer)
8 cm, 1 side, 1 layer; 8 cm, 1 side, 2 layers /
8 cm, 2 sides, 2 layers (1 side, 1 layer)
(3) Super Audio CD :
12 cm, 1 layer / 12 cm, 2 layer / 12 cm, Hybrid
(4) Compact Disc (CD-DA) :
12 cm / 8 cm disc
(5) Memory device :
USB memory device (USB 2.0)
Output terminal : 19-pin HDMI terminals, 2 set
(Deep Colour, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, 3D)
2 channels output terminal : Pin jack, 1 set
Output level : 2 Vrms (10 kΩ)
2 channels output terminal : Balanced terminal, 1 set
Output level : 4 Vrms (10 kΩ)
(1) Frequency response
: 2 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz sampling)
q BD (Linear PCM)
: 2 Hz - 44 kHz (96 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz - 88 kHz (192 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz sampling)
w DVD (Linear PCM)
: 2 Hz - 44 kHz (96 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz - 88 kHz (192 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz - 40 kHz
e Super Audio CD
: 2 Hz - 20 kHz
r CD
(2) S/N ratio : 125 dB (BD)
(3) Total harmonic distortion : 1 kHz, 0.0008 % (BD)
(4) Dynamic range : 110 dB (BD)
Coaxial digital output : Pin jack, 1 set
Advanced version
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Basic version
The set cannot be
operated with the
remote control.
Cause/Solution
Index
vvA
vvB
vvC
Cable
Audio cable························································· 5
Ethernet cable···················································· 5
HDMI cable····················································· 5, 7
Remote control cable······································· 12
CD····················································· 17, 53, 56, 59
CD-R/-RW······················································ 53, 56
Change Password··············································· 41
Chapter·························································· 55, 61
Chroma Level······················································ 30
Color Space························································· 43
DVD
vvD
Deep Color······················································ 6, 61
Default Gateway··········································· 41, 61
DHCP···························································· 41, 61
Dimmer control··················································· 28
Disc Menus························································· 40
Display································································· 48
DivX························································· 54, 59, 61
DLNA····························································· 19, 61
DNS····································································· 61
Dolby
Dolby Digital··············································· 59, 61
Dolby Digital Plus········································ 59, 61
Dolby TrueHD············································· 59, 61
Downmix····························································· 61
DSD····································································· 59
DTS······························································· 59, 61
DTS Digital Surround········································ 59
DTS-HD······················································· 59, 61
DVD-Audio········································· 18, 53, 56, 59
DVD Rating Level················································ 41
DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW···································· 53, 56
DVD-Video········································· 16, 53, 55, 59
DVI-D····································································· 8
Dynamic Range············································· 44, 61
Dynamic Range Compression····························· 44
vvI
Information·························································· 41
Information bar display········································ 14
Interactive audio·················································· 61
Interlacing···························································· 61
Internet Connection············································ 41
IP Address····················································· 41, 61
vvJ
JPEG····························································· 54, 61
vvL
LAN····································································· 61
Language····························································· 40
Linear PCM (LPCM)································ 54, 59, 61
vvM
MAC Address················································ 45, 61
Marker function··················································· 25
MEDIA PLAYER·················································· 19
Media player display············································ 14
Menu map··························································· 36
MNR···································································· 30
MP3························································· 54, 59, 61
MPEG···························································· 54, 61
Multi linear PCM················································· 59
vvE
Energy Saving Mode··········································· 39
vvF
vvN
File································································· 54, 56
Finalizing······························································ 61
Firmware Update················································ 40
FLAC··································································· 54
Folder·································································· 56
Front panel·························································· 47
NETFLIX······························································ 21
Network······························································ 41
68
vvP
Parental Controls················································· 41
Picture control····················································· 30
Picture-in-Picture··········································· 33, 61
Playback
BD-Live™·························································· 34
Blu-ray Disc······················································· 16
Bonus View······················································ 33
CD····································································· 17
DVD-Audio························································ 18
DVD-Video························································ 16
Files·································································· 19
hulu PLUS························································· 22
NETFLIX···························································· 21
Super Audio CD················································ 17
vudu·································································· 22
YouTube··························································· 21
PNG····································································· 54
Pop up menu················································· 16, 62
Primary audio······················································ 62
Primary subtitle··················································· 62
Primary video················································ 33, 62
Progressive··················································· 43, 62
Progressive Mode··············································· 43
Information
BD Audio Mode··················································· 31
BD DATA Utility··················································· 40
BD-J (Blu-ray Disc Java)······································ 61
BD-Live Connection············································ 42
BD-Live™······················································ 34, 61
BD Player Menus················································ 40
BD Rating Level·················································· 41
BD-Video······················································· 53, 55
Bit rate··························································· 54, 61
Blu-ray Disc (BD)······························· 16, 53, 59, 61
BNR····································································· 30
Bonus View··················································· 33, 61
Brightness··························································· 30
vvH
HDCP························································ 6, 58, 61
HD Layer······················································· 17, 56
HDMI··················································· 6, 43, 44, 61
HDMI Control················································ 35, 39
HDMI Deep Color················································ 43
HDMI Power Off Control···································· 39
HOME menu screen··········································· 15
Hue······································································ 30
hulu····································································· 22
Hybrid BD···························································· 55
vvO
Operation
A-B repeat························································· 25
Angle································································ 27
Changing the subtitle········································ 27
Fast-forward/fast-reverse·································· 24
Frame advance················································· 26
Maker function················································· 25
Pausing····························································· 23
Program···························································· 26
Random···························································· 26
Repeat······························································ 25
Search mode···················································· 24
Skip··································································· 24
Slow-forward/slow-reverse······························· 27
Stopping··························································· 23
Switching the audio·········································· 27
OPTION setting··················································· 31
Others································································· 42
Angle Mark······················································· 42
DivX Registration·············································· 42
Internet Streaming············································ 42
PIP Mark··························································· 42
Remote ID (Unit side)······································· 42
Secondary Audio Mark····································· 42
Advanced version
AAC························································· 54, 59, 61
Accessories··························································· 1
Adjusting the picture quality································ 30
Aspect Ratio·················································· 43, 61
Audio··································································· 40
Audio commentary········································ 33, 61
Audio format······················································· 59
Audio Output······················································· 44
Audio Settings····················································· 44
Auto Standby······················································· 39
AVCHD·························································· 53, 59
AVI······································································· 54
vvG
Gamma Correction·············································· 30
General Settings·················································· 39
Group·································································· 56
Basic version
vvNumerics
2ch Linear PCM··················································· 59
3D···································································· 6, 43
3DNR··································································· 30
3D Output··························································· 43
Connection
2-channel audio amplifier···································· 8
AV Pure Direct···················································· 8
AV receiver························································· 7
Coaxial digital audio input terminals···················· 9
HDMI·································································· 7
Home network (LAN)········································ 10
Power cord······················································· 12
Remote control················································· 12
TV······································································· 7
USB memory device··········································· 9
Connection Test·················································· 41
Contrast······························································· 30
Country Code······················································ 41
vvR
vvX
x.v.Color······························································ 62
vvY
YouTube······························································ 21
Advanced version
Rating·································································· 62
Rear panel··························································· 49
Region code·················································· 53, 62
Remote control unit············································ 50
Inserting the batteries······································ 51
Remote control settings··································· 52
Repeat mode······················································· 25
Reset··································································· 39
Resume function················································· 23
vvW
Wallpaper···························································· 43
WMA······················································· 54, 59, 62
WMV··································································· 54
Basic version
Proxy····························································· 42, 62
Proxy Setting······················································· 42
Pure direct··························································· 28
vvS
Information
Sampling frequency······································ 54, 62
Screen Saver······················································· 39
Screen Size························································· 43
Secondary Audio··········································· 31, 62
Secondary Subtitle········································ 31, 62
Secondary Video··········································· 31, 33
SETUP menu······················································· 38
Sharpness··························································· 30
Subnet Mask················································· 41, 62
Subtitles······························································ 40
Subtitle Style······················································· 31
Super Audio CD································· 17, 53, 56, 59
System································································ 39
System Information············································· 45
vvT
Title······························································· 55, 62
Track···································································· 56
Troubleshooting·················································· 63
Turn on the power··············································· 13
TV········································································ 43
vvU
Update Notification············································· 40
USB memory device····································· 55, 56
vvV
Video resolution·················································· 29
Video Settings····················································· 43
vudu···································································· 22
DVD
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Dimensions
Basic version
2 11/32
(59.5)
5/32
(4.0)
5 1/8 (130.0)
2 13/64
(56.0)
1 31/32
(50.0)
13 25/64 (340.0)
1 31/32
(50.0)
23/32
(18.2)
3 37/64
(91.0)
4 19/64
(109.2)
17 21/64 (440.0)
Weight : 15 lbs 13.97 oz (7.2 kg)
DVD
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Information
5 5/16 (135.0)
12 7/64 (307.5)
11 47/64 (298.0)
Advanced version
7 9/16 (192.0)
1 53/64
(46.5)
7/32
(5.5)
Unit : in. (mm)
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person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the Software), to deal in the Software
without restriction, including without limitation the
rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute,
sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do
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HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES
OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT
OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE
USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
nExhibit-E
2006-Jan-27
Copyright 1996-2002, 2006 by
David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg
Introduction
The FreeType Project is distributed in several archive
packages; some of them may contain, in addition to the
FreeType font engine, various tools and contributions
which rely on, or relate to, the FreeType Project.
This license applies to all files found in such packages,
and which do not fall under their own explicit license. The
license affects thus the FreeType font engine, the test
programs, documentation and makefiles, at the very least.
This license was inspired by the BSD, Artistic, and IJG
(Independent JPEG Group) licenses, which all encourage
inclusion and use of free software in commercial and
freeware products alike. As a consequence, its main
points are that:
•We don’t promise that this software works. However,
we will be interested in any kind of bug reports. (‘as is’
distribution)
•You can use this software for whatever you want, in
parts or full form, without having to pay us. (‘royaltyfree’usage)
•You may not pretend that you wrote this software. If
you use it, or only parts of it, in a program, you must
acknowledge somewhere in your documentation that
you have used the FreeType code. (‘credits’)
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We specifically permit and encourage the inclusion of this
software, with or without modifications, in commercial
products.
We disclaim all warranties covering The FreeType Project
and assume no liability related to The FreeType Project.
Finally, many people asked us for a preferred form for a
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We thus encourage you to use the following text:
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“““
Please replace <year> with the value from the FreeType
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Legal Terms
0. Definitions
Throughout this license, the terms ‘package’,
‘FreeType Project’, and ‘FreeType archive’ refer to the
set of files originally distributed by the authors (David
Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg) as the
‘FreeType Project’, be they named as alpha, beta or
final release.
‘You’ refers to the licensee, or person using the project,
where ‘using’ is a generic term including compiling the
project’s source code as well as linking it to form a
‘program’ or ‘executable’.
This program is referred to as ‘a program using the
FreeType engine’.
This license applies to all files distributed in the original
FreeType Project, including all source code, binaries
and documentation, unless otherwise stated inthe
file in its original, unmodified form a distributed in the
original archive.
If you are unsure whether or not a particular file is
covered by this license, you must contact us to verify
this.
The FreeType Project is copyright (C) 1996-2000 by
David Turner,
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This license grants a worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual
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perform, compile, display, copy, create derivative
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•Redistribution of source code must retain this license
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changes to the original files must be clearly indicated in
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documentation. We also encourage you to put an
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though this isn’t mandatory.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or
based on the FreeType Project, not just the unmodified
files. If you use our work, you must acknowledge us.
However, no fee need be paid to us.
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Neither the FreeType authors and contributors nor
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We suggest, but do not require, that you use one or
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As you have not signed this license, you are not
required to accept it. However, as the FreeType
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Therefore, by using, distributing, or modifying the
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and distribution.
If you are looking for support, start in this list if
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Our home page can be found at
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nExhibit-F
LICENSE ISSUES
The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both
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SSLeay license apply to the toolkit.
See below for the actual license texts. Actually both
licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of
any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact
openssl-core@openssl.org.
OpenSSL License
/*=============================================
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reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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following disclaimer.
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
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use of this software must display the following
acknowledgment:
“This product includes software developed by the
OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)”
4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project”
must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written
permission. For written permission, please contact
openssl-core@openssl.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called
“OpenSSL” nor may “OpenSSL” appear in their names
without prior written permission of the OpenSSL
Project.
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the following acknowledgment:
“This product includes software developed by the
OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit
(http://www.openssl.org/)”
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL
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INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
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LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
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ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE
==============================================
This product includes cryptographic software written by
Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes
software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
*/
Original SSLeay License
/*
Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric
Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
The implementation was written so as to conform with
Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial
use as long as the following conditions are aheared to.
The following conditions apply to all code found in this
distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not
just the SSL code. The SSL documentation included with
this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Youngs, and as such any
Copyright notices in the code are not to be removed.
If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be
given attribution as the author of the parts of the library
used.
This can be in the form of a textual message at program
startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided
with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
1.Redistributions of source code must retain the
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
3.All advertising materials mentioning features or
use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement:
“This product includes cryptographic software written
by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)”
The word ‘cryptographic’ can be left out if the rouines
from the library being used are not cryptographic
related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a
derivative thereof) from the apps directory (application
code) you must include an acknowledgement:
“This product includes software written by Tim
Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)
--- end of FTLTXT ---
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG “AS
IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN
NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN
IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
”The licence and distribution terms for any publically
available version or derivative of this code cannot be
changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be copied and put
under another distribution licence [including the GNU
Public Licence.]
nExhibit-G
LibJPEG
In plain English:
1. We don’t promise that this software works. (But if you
fi nd any bugs, please let us know!)
2. You can use this software for whatever you want. You
don’t have to pay us.
3. You may not pretend that you wrote this software.
If you use it in a program, you must acknowledge
somewhere in your documentation that you’ve used
the IJG code.
In legalese:
The authors make NO WARRANTY or representation,
either express or implied, with respect to this software, its
quality, accuracy, merchantability, or fitness for a particular
purpose.
This software is provided “AS IS”, and you, its user,
assume the entire risk as to its quality and accuracy.
This software is copyright (C) 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane.
All Rights Reserved except as specifi ed below.
Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify,
and distribut this software (or portions thereof ) for any
purpose, without fee, subject to these conditions:
(1) If any part of the source code for this software is
distributed, then this README file must be included, with
this copyright and no-warranty notice unaltered; and any
additions, deletions, or changes to the original files must
be clearly indicated in accompanying documentation.
(2) If only executable code is distributed, then the
accompanying documentation must state that “this
software is based in part on the work of the Independent
JPEG Group”.
(3) Permission for use of this software is granted only if
the user accepts full responsibility for any undesirable
consequences; the authors accept NO LIABILITY for
damages of any kind.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or
based onthe IJG code, not just to the unmodified library.
If you use our work, you ought to acknowledge us.
Permission is NOT granted for the use of any IJG author’s
name or company name in advertising or publicity relating
to this software or products derived from it.
This software may be referred to only as “the Independent
JPEG Group’s software”.
We specifically permit and encourage the use of this
software as the basis of commercial products, provided
that all warranty or liability claims are assumed by the
product vendor.
ansi2knr.c is included in this distribution by permission of
L. Peter Deutsch, sole proprietor of its copyright holder,
Aladdin Enterprises of Menlo Park, CA.
ansi2knr.c is NOT covered by the above copyright and
conditions, but instead by the usual distribution terms of
the Free Software Foundation; principally, that you must
include source code if you redistribute it. (See the file
ansi2knr.c for full details.)
However, since ansi2knr.c is not needed as part of any
program generated from the IJG code, this does not limit
you more than the foregoing paragraphs do.
The Unix configuration script “configure” was produced
with GNU Autoconf.
It is copyright by the Free Software Foundation but is
freely distributable.
The same holds for its supporting scripts (config.
guess, config.sub, ltconfig, ltmain.sh). Another support
script, install-sh, is copyright by M.I.T. but is also freely
distributable.
It appears that the arithmetic coding option of the JPEG
spec is covered by patents owned by IBM, AT&T, and
Mitsubishi.
Hence arithmetic coding cannot legally be used without
obtaining one or more licenses.
For this reason, support for arithmetic coding has been
removed from the free JPEG software.
(Since arithmetic coding provides only a marginal gain
over the unpatented Huffman mode, it is unlikely that very
many implementations will support it.)
So far as we are aware, there are no patent restrictions on
the remaining code.
The IJG distribution formerly included code to read and
write GIF files.
To avoid entanglement with the Unisys LZW patent, GIF
reading support has been removed altogether, and the
GIF writer has been simplified to produce uncompressed
GIFs.
This technique does not use the LZW algorithm; the
resulting GIF files are larger than usual, but are readable
by all standard GIF decoders.
We are required to state that
“The Graphics Interchange Format(c) is the Copyright
property of CompuServe Incorporated.
GIF(sm) is a Service Mark property of CompuServe
Incorporated.”
nExhibit-H
COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION NOTICE
Copyright (c) 1996 - 2008, Daniel Stenberg, <daniel@haxx.
se>.
All rights reserved.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby
granted, provided that the above copyright notice and this
permission notice appear in all copies.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY
RIGHTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM,
DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN
ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING
FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE
SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of a copyright
holder shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to
promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software
without prior written authorization of the copyright holder.
nExhibit-I
ICU License - ICU 1.8.1 and later
COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION NOTICE
Copyright (c) 1995-2010 International Business Machines
Corporation and others
All rights reserved.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any
person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the
Software without restriction, including without limitation
the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute,
and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons
to whom the Software is furnished to do so, provided
that the above copyright notice(s) and this permission
notice appear in all copies of the Software and that both
the above copyright notice(s) and this permission notice
appear in supporting documentation.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
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OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD
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LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, OR ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA
OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
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promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software
without prior written authorization of the copyright holder.
All trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned
herein are the property of their respective owners.
nExhibit-J
Alternatively, this software may be distributed, used, and
modified under the terms of BSD license:
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other
materials provided with the distribution.
3. Neither the name(s) of the above-listed copyright
holder(s) nor the names of its contributors may be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this software
without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
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BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
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THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN
ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN
IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nExhibit-K
COPYRIGHT
Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997 Henry Spencer. All
rights reserved.
This software is not subject to any license of the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company or of the Regents of
the University of California.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for
any purpose on any computer system, and to alter it and
redistribute it, subject to the following restrictions:
1. The author is not responsible for the consequences of
use of this software, no matter how awful, even if they
arise from flaws in it.
2. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented,
either by explicit claim or by omission. Since few
users ever read sources, credits must appear in the
documentation.
3. Altered versions must be plainly marked as such,
and must not be misrepresented as being the original
software. Since few users ever read sources, credits
must appear in the documentation.
4. This notice may not be removed or altered
nExhibit-L
/*************************************************
The author of this software is David M. Gay.
Copyright (c) 1991, 2000, 2001 by Lucent Technologies.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software for any purpose without fee is hereby granted,
provided that this entire notice is included in all copies of
any software which is or includes a copy or modification
of this software and in all copies of the supporting
documentation for such software.
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MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND CONCERNING THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THIS
SOFTWARE OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
*************************************************/
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