Sharp 10P02-MA-NM manual

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    Printed in Malaysia Imprimé en Malaisie Impreso en Malasia TINS-E595WJQZ 10P02-MA-NM BD-MPC41U OPE[...]

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    BD-MPC41U_E_Cover.indd 2 BD-MPC41U_E_Cover.indd 2 2010/02/04 16:15:47 2010/02/04 16:15:47[...]

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    1 OPERA TION MANUAL • This system is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. • The CLASS 1 LASER[...]

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    2 Contents Intr oduction Contents ..................................................................[...]

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    3 Contents Introduction (pp. 1-17) Explains the important operation information. Connection and Setu[...]

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    4 DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP Home Theater with Blu-ray Disc/DVD Pl[...]

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    5 Introduction IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Precautions when cleaning this pr oduct T ur n off th[...]

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    6 Pr ecautions ■ General Keep the unit away from dir ect sunlight, strong magnetic fields, exces[...]

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    7 Introduction Main Featur es [1] Features a new design with a sound bar front speaker to complemen[...]

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    8 W atching high quality movies on Blu-ray discs This system offers full high-definition Blu-ray di[...]

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    9 Introduction About Media T ypes Blu-ray Disc Blu-ray Disc is the ultimate next generation optical [...]

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    10 About Media T ypes The following CD-RW/R discs cannot be played. Discs on which data has not been[...]

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    11 Introduction DTS DTS is a digital sound system developed by DTS, Inc. for use in cinemas. Linear[...]

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    12 Important Information Disc Precautions Be Careful of Scratches and Dust BD, DVD and CD discs are [...]

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    13 Introduction Step 1: Unpacking Make sure the following system components and accessories ar e pro[...]

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    14 Step 2: Connecting to speakers and selecting equipment Make necessary connections each speakers. [...]

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    15 Introduction Main Unit (Front) 1 3 6 7 8 14 15 9 12 4 2 5 11 13 10 16 Major Components Doo[...]

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    16 Major Components Surround Speakers 1 2 Mounting Holes Speaker T erminals 1 2 Subwoofer 2 1 3 Bass[...]

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    17 Introduction Major Components POWER (p. 36) OPEN/CLOSE (p. 41) FM (p. 62) TOP MENU (pp. 46, 48) [...]

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    18 Positioning the Speaker System Placing the Speaker System T o ensure optimal sound, it is recomme[...]

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    19 Connection and Setup Positioning the Speaker System How to apply foot cushions Affix the foot cus[...]

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    20 T o mount the Sound Bar Speaker on the wall Positioning the Speaker System ε W all mount angle [...]

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    21 Connection and Setup Positioning the Speaker System T o mount the Surround Speakers on the wall ?[...]

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    22 Speaker Connections The speaker terminals on the main unit, the tube of the speaker lead, and spe[...]

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    23 Connection and Setup Speaker Connections Connecting speaker wires Make sure to leave the AC power[...]

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    24 TV Connections Connecting to the HDMI T erminal and the DIGIT AL AUDIO IN T erminal Y ou can enjo[...]

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    25 Connection and Setup Selecting the priority video output when connecting HDMI and Component video[...]

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    26 TV Connections Connecting to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Jacks and ANALOG AUDIO IN Jacks Y ou can enj[...]

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    27 Connection and Setup TV Connections Connecting to the VIDEO OUT Jack and ANALOG AUDIO IN Jacks Y [...]

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    28 Audio Connections Connecting to the DIGIT AL AUDIO IN T erminal Y ou can enjoy the audio equipmen[...]

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    29 Connection and Setup Connecting the ANALOG AUDIO IN Jacks Y ou can enjoy the audio equipment soun[...]

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    30 Audio Connections Connecting to the iPod T erminal Y ou can enjoy the iPod sound through the iPod[...]

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    31 Connection and Setup Audio Connections Connecting to the 2CH AUDIO output Jacks Y ou can connect [...]

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    32 Br oadband Inter net Connection Connecting to the ETHERNET terminal By connecting this system to [...]

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    33 Connection and Setup Antenna Connection Connecting to the FM ANT Jack Y ou can connect an FM ante[...]

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    34 Loading the Batteries in the Remote Control Press down on the tab in the dir ection of the arro[...]

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    35 Preparations and Basic Operations Setting the Remote Control Code 3 types of remote contr ol code[...]

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    36 Before Starting Playback T urning the Power On POWER BD/DVD/CD mode indicator AQUOS PURE MODE ind[...]

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    37 Preparations and Basic Operations Before Starting Playback Buttons under the cover Language Setti[...]

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    38 Before Starting Playback Control Panel This function allows you to operate this system using the[...]

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    39 Preparations and Basic Operations Before Starting Playback Speaker Settings T o ensure optimal so[...]

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    40 T esting the speaker settings Adjust the volume to 30 before testing the audio level. (Page 41) [...]

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    41 Preparations and Basic Operations POWER VOLUME control OPEN/CLOSE SELECTOR Loading a Disc Press[...]

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    42 Changing the Display Use DISPLA Y on the remote control to change the display on the front disp[...]

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    43 Preparations and Basic Operations AQUOS LINK Contr ol Controlling This System Using AQUOS LINK Wh[...]

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    44 AQUOS LINK Control W atching TV with AQUOS LINK Use the remote contr ol of the AQUOS TV and point[...]

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    45 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback V ideo/Pictur e/Music Playback BD/DVD Video Playback BD-R BD VI[...]

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    46 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback BD/DVD Menus This section explains how to play back a BD/DVD video[...]

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    47 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Enjoying BONUSVIEW or BD-LIVE BD [...]

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    48 BD-LIVE In this system, a variety of contents with interactive functions are available thr ough [...]

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    49 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback About Title List The Title List c[...]

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    50 Audio CD Playback AUDIO CD This system can play back audio CDs. For a description of other playba[...]

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    51 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Audio Data (MP3 File) Playback CD-R CD-RW DVD-R DVD-RW USB Thi[...]

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    52 Displaying Still Images (JPEG files) CD-R CD-RW DVD-R DVD-RW USB This system can display still [...]

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    53 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback (Continued on the next page) Inst[...]

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    54 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Y ou will see the following window . The activation code is display[...]

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    55 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Playback Functions Buttons under the cover NOTE Some operation[...]

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    56 Repeat Playback of a Title or Chapter (Repeat Playback) BD VIDEO BD-R BD-RE DVD VIDEO DVD-R DV[...]

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    57 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback NOTE Some operations in the following playback function cannot[...]

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    58 Settings During Playback Function Control BD VIDEO BD-R BD-RE DVD VIDEO DVD-R DVD-RW AUDIO CD [...]

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    59 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Settings During Playback Functions which can be set Shows the t[...]

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    60 Supported iPod This system is compatible with the following iPod models. ε iPod nano (software 1[...]

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    61 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Listening to the iPod iPod Playback Main unit operation: Press [...]

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    62 Listening to the FM Br oadcast Buttons under the cover T uning Press SELECTOR on the main unit or[...]

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    63 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Buttons under the cover Audio Setting Display Pressing BD FUNCT[...]

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    64 Enjoying Multi-Channel Mode When playing back Dolby Digital, DTS or other multi- channel audio si[...]

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    65 Enjoying Video and Audio Playback Enjoying a Surround Sound Ef fect (Sound Mode) Buttons under t[...]

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    66 Dynamic V olume Y ou can adjust the Dynamic V olume level. Press DYNAMIC VOL once. The current D[...]

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    67 Settings SETTINGS Buttons under the cover Common operations The “menu” enables various audio/[...]

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    68 SETTINGS Audio Video Settings TV Aspect Ratio Y ou can set the screen aspect ratio of the connect[...]

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    69 Settings SETTINGS Smart Settings Quick Start This turns the Quick Start function on and off. When[...]

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    70 Disc Language (Disc Priority Language) This lets you select the language for subtitles, audio an[...]

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    71 Settings SETTINGS Communication Setup This allows you to perform and/or change the communication[...]

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    72 For the advanced setting (the setting of the Ethernet connection speeds), press a / b to selec[...]

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    73 Settings SETTINGS The operation procedur e for inputting characters manually NOTE Numeric chara[...]

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    74 SETTINGS Press BD/AUX r epeatedly to select DISC function. The same operation can be performed b[...]

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    75 Settings SETTINGS Software Update Settings In this system, the software version can be updated u[...]

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    76 SETTINGS Manual Update from Network This function allows you to perform the update operation by [...]

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    77 Settings SETTINGS Manual Update from USB memory device This function allows software updates by [...]

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    78 SETTINGS During the data checking, “Checking” blinks. Now checking the data in USB memory dev[...]

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    79 Settings SETTINGS Country Code List USA / CANADA / JAP AN / GERMANY / FRANCE / UK / IT AL Y / SP [...]

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    80 T roubleshooting The following problems do not always suggest a defect or malfunction of this sys[...]

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    81 Appendix T roubleshooting Problem Possible causes and solutions No picture. Make sure that the [...]

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    82 T roubleshooting Network Problem Possible causes and solutions Cannot connect to the Internet. [...]

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    83 Appendix The following messages appear on the TV screen in case of an err or during operation. Er[...]

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    84 Specifications As part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP r eserves the right to make[...]

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    85 Appendix Glossary AQUOS LINK (pages 43-44) AQUOS LINK is a function that lets the system control [...]

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    86 DTS-HD High Resolution Audio DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is a new technology developed for the [...]

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    87 Appendix Netflix (pages 53, 54) Netflix is an online DVD and Blu-ray Disc rental service, offeri[...]

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    88 Network Service Disclaimer This Sharp device facilitates the access to content and services provi[...]

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    89 Appendix About Softwar e License Information on the Software License for This Pr oduct Software c[...]

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    90 CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORA TION warrants to the first consumer purchas[...]

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