Sharp BDHP25U manual

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    MODEL BD-HP25U BLU-RA Y DISC/DVD PLA YER OPERA TION MANUAL[...]

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    1 OPERA TION MANUAL ENGLISH Introduction SAFETY INFORMA TION CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT O[...]

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    2 IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it can a[...]

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    3 Introduction IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • W ater and Moisture—Do not use this pr oduct[...]

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    4 PRECAUTIONS Precautions on viewing ster eoscopic 3D images • Do not view stereoscopic 3D imag[...]

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    5 Introduction DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER Thank you for your purchase of the SHARP Blu-ray Disc/DVD Player [...]

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    6 Contents Intr oduction SAFETY INFORMA TION .......................................................[...]

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    7 Contents The illustrations and on-screen displays in this operation manual are for explanation pur[...]

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    8 What would you like to do with this Player? W atch high quality movies on Blu-ray discs This Playe[...]

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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 Discs that Cannot Be Used with This Player The following discs cannot be playe[...]

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    11 Introduction About Media T ypes About files/folders for Still images (JPEG files) and audio data [...]

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    12 About Media T ypes Icons Used on BD/DVD Video Disc Cases The back of the case of a BD/DVD that is[...]

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    13 Introduction Important Information Disc Precautions Be Careful of Scratches and Dust • BD, DVD [...]

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    14 Major Components Main Unit (Front) 1 2 12 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 Main Unit (Rear) 3 4 5 1 2 1 POWER [...]

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    15 Introduction Major Components Remote Control Unit 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 21[...]

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    16 Connection Connecting to a TV/pr ojector Y ou can enjoy high quality digital picture and sound us[...]

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    17 Connection Connecting to an amplifier/A V r eceiver Y ou can connect this player to an amplifier/[...]

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    18 Br oadband Inter net Connection By connecting this player to the Internet, you can enjoy a variet[...]

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    19 Connection Broadband Internet Connection Wireless connection (wir eless LAN) Insert a wireless LA[...]

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    20 Playback Befor e Starting Playback Loading the Batteries in the Remote Control 1 Hold in the tab [...]

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    21 Playback Before Starting Playback T urning the Power On 2 1 3 1 POWER button 2 POWER (ON/ST ANDBY[...]

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    22 Before Starting Playback Language Setting Changing the on-screen display language 1 Press a/b to [...]

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    23 Playback Before Starting Playback Using AQUOS LINK Controlling the Blu-ray disc player using AQUO[...]

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

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    25 Playback V ideo/Pictur e/Music Playback Loading a Disc POWER OPEN/CLOSE 1 Press POWER to turn on [...]

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    26 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Displaying the disc information Press DISPLA Y during playback. •[...]

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    27 Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Using the pop-up menu BD VIDEO 1 Press POP-UP MENU during [...]

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    28 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Use of Picture in Pictur e function (secondary audio/video playback[...]

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    29 Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback DVD-R/-RW (VR format) / BD-RE/-R (BDA V format) Playback D[...]

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    30 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Playback by selecting a chapter 1 Press B (Gr een) while the Thumbn[...]

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    31 Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Audio CD Playback AUDIO CD This Player can play back audio[...]

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    32 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Audio Data (MP3 File) Playback CD-R CD-RW DVD-R DVD-RW USB This Pla[...]

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    33 Playback Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Displaying Still Images (JPEG files) CD-R CD-RW DVD-R DVD-[...]

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    34 Video/Pictur e/Music Playback Accessing DLNA servers The player can browse and play movies, music[...]

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    35 Playback Playback Functions NOTE • Some operations in the following playback functions canno[...]

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

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    37 Playback Playback Functions Displaying the Audio Information Y ou can display the audio informati[...]

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

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    39 Playback Functions which can be set Title/T rack Number (Direct Title/T rack Skip) • Shows t[...]

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    40 Settings SETTINGS Common operations The “menu” enables various audio/visual settings and adju[...]

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    41 Settings SETTINGS Basic Operation for Playback Setting Example : Setting “Parental Contr ol” [...]

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    42 SETTINGS Audio Video Settings HDMI Video Out This sets the resolution of the video output for the[...]

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    43 Settings SETTINGS Dynamic Range Control This lets you adjust the range between the loudest and so[...]

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    44 SETTINGS Playback Setting Parental Contr ol This lets you set the Parental Contr ol depending on [...]

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    45 Settings SETTINGS 3D Mode This sets output of 3D images. T o view 3D images, playback of 3D conte[...]

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

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    47 Settings SETTINGS 6 Select “Next”, then press ENTER . • If selecting “Y es” in the s[...]

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    48 SETTINGS 7 Press ENTER , then enter the access point name. • The access point name is manual[...]

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    49 Settings SETTINGS The operation procedur e for inputting characters manually NOTE • Numeric cha[...]

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    50 SETTINGS Before using the USB memory device CAUTION: • Do not remove the USB memory device o[...]

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

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

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    53 Settings SETTINGS NOTE • Only USB memory devices formatted with F A T 32/16 are compatible. [...]

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    54 SETTINGS • If the USB memory device is not properly installed or the correct update file can[...]

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    55 Streaming content Streaming content Playing back video on demand str eaming content In this playe[...]

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    56 Playing back streaming content Enjoying Movies and Internet Application with VUDU Y ou can enjoy [...]

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    57 Appendix The following problems do not always suggest a defect or malfunction of this Player . Re[...]

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    58 T roubleshooting Playback (Continued) Problem Possible causes and solutions Video stops. • H[...]

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    59 Appendix T roubleshooting Sound Problem Possible causes and solutions No sound, or sound is disto[...]

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    60 T roubleshooting Other Problem Possible causes and solutions The TV operates incorrectly . •[...]

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    61 Appendix On-scr een Err or Messages The following messages appear on the TV screen in case of an [...]

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    62 Specifications Specifications are subject to change without notice. General Power supply AC 120 V[...]

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    63 Appendix Glossary Ad-hoc mode (page 19) Ad-hoc mode is a wireless LAN communication format. This [...]

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    64 Glossary DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential is a lossless audio comp[...]

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    65 Appendix Glossary Parental contr ol (page 44) In some digital broadcasts and BD/DVD video discs, [...]

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

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

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    68 LIMITED W ARRANTY CONSUMER LIMITED WARRANTY SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORA TION warrants to the first [...]

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    69 Revision 12/17/10 LIMITED WARRANTY Consumer Electronics Products Congratulations on your purchase[...]

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    11P02-CH-NG SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORA TION Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07495-1163 SHARP CORPORA [...]