Function Setup Function Setup
Setting items Options
HDMI RGB Setting
Sets the digital RGB image range
(data range) output from the HDMI
Output as “16 (black)” to “235 (white)”.
Output as “0 (black)” to “246 (white)”.
Depending on the display device you are using, the
black colors may seem to stand out when using HDMI
connections. If so, set to “Enhanced”.
HDMI Auto Format
Makes the setting of the “Auto” for
“HDMI Video Resolution”.
The maximum resolution that can be input to the
connected HDMI device is detected and the HDMI
output resolution is selected automatically.
The number of pixels of the connected HDMI device’s
panel is detected and the HDMI output resolution is
HDMI Video Resolution
Sets the HDMI video resolution.
HDMI video resolution will be selected automatically
depending on the connected HDMI device and setting
of the “HDMI Auto Format”.
Gives a natural and high quality film reproduction of 24-
frame film material. The connected display device has to
be compatible with 1080p24 frame input.
HDMI Deep Color
Sets whether output the picture
from HDMI with the Deep Color or
The picture through the HDMI will be output with Deep
Color to the connecting device via HDMI that is
supported Deep Color.
The picture through the HDMI will be output without
Sets whether output the 24-frame
material directly from the HDMI OUT
or not. This setting is for BD only.
24 frame material will be converted to 60 frame and
output 1080p60 frame from the HDMI OUT.
24 frame material will be output directly 1080p24 frame
from the HDMI OUT.
Setting items Options
Sets the video resolution for
Sets the optimum progressive
mode for the image material
output from HDMI OUT jack and
COMPONENT VIDEO jacks.
The progressive mode will be selected automatically
depends on the material type (film or video).
Suited for playing video material discs.
Suited for laying video material discs and 30-frame film
Sets which video signal to
synchronize the audio signal with.
Synchronizes the audio with the video signal from HDMI
Synchronizes the audio with the progressive video
signal from COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.
Synchronizes the audio with the Interlace video signal
from COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(480i), VIDEO OUT or
S VIDEO OUT.
Select this when you want to view progressive,
interlaced and HDMI pictures simultaneously. The audio
signals are set to the optimum timing for the respective
pictures. (They are not synchronized.)
Adjusts picture resolution and
quality in still mode.
Automatically selects the best resolution setting
(“Frame” or “Field”) based on the data characteristics of
Stabilizes the pictures, although the picture quality may
become coarse due to the limited amount of data.
Select “Field” when the pictures are still unstable even if
“Auto” is selected.
Displays relatively motionless pictures in higher
resolution. “Frame” improves the picture quality,
although it may unstabilize the pictures due to alternate
output of two field data.
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