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|Frida||6:41pm on Sunday, October 31st, 2010|
|Disappointing I received my refurbed 805 recently, bought from onkyoshop which cost me around US$100 since I was member. Best HD DVD player around at this time Well my Onkyo DV-HD805 arrived today and I have spent a good chunk of the afternoon putting it through its pace... AWESOME PICTURE, EXCELLENT VALUE Awesome picture and audio, stunning SD upconversion .|
|ricci||5:25am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|Top notch player! I have the following players: A35, A3, A20 and this Onkyo 805. And this is by far the best player.|
|donaldo||1:14pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|I bought a Yamaha home Theater back in 2000 and it came with a 5 disc DVD changer but it could NOT play CD-R or DVD-R or MP3.|
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HD DVD playing options in the future.. 33.
Output sound conversion table. 34
Discs which can be played on this player are as follows. The icons ( ) are used in this manual to indicate features and/or functions that are applicable to various types of discs. Disc Prerecorded discs HD DVD video disc Specification 12cm (43/4 in.) HD DVD video discs are high-density, high-capacity discs. he HD DVD disc standard has been approved by the DVD forum. T D DVD (single layer): 15 GB H D DVD (dual layer): Maximum capacity of 30 GB H single layer single sided disc (15 GB) has capacity of about 8 hours in 1125 line high A definition picture; about 48 hours in 525 line standard definition picture (depending on bitrate of pre-recorded contents).
1GB means 1,000,000,000 bytes. *
DVD video disc
D DVD Twin Format Discs have both HD DVD and DVD layers on one side. HD DVD H Combination Format Discs have HD DVD material on one side and DVD material on the other side. 12cm (43/4 in.) / 8cm (31/4 in.)
See page 8 for region information.
( DVD-Video ) Audio CD
12cm (43/4 in.) / 8cm (31/4 in.)
( CD ) Recordable discs DVD-RW
DVD VR mode recording (CPRM compatible discs not supported.) DVD Video mode recording Finalized discs only. CD-DA (audio CD) format Finalized discs only.
CD-RW ( CD )
( DVD-R ) CD-R ( CD )
Notes North American models can play pictures of the NTSC color system only: European models can play pictures of the PAL/NTSC color system only. You cannot play non-standardized discs even if they may be labeled as above. Discs other than the above cannot be played. Even some of the above discs may not be able to be played depending on their state. Blu-ray Discs cannot be played on this player. Notes on handling discs Do not touch the playback side of the disc. Do not stick paper or tape to discs. Fingerprints and dust on the disc may cause picture and/or sound deterioration or prevent playback. Wipe the disc from the centre outwards with a soft cloth. Always keep the disc clean. Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzine, commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray for vinyl LPs. It may damage the disc. Refer to the instructions of the disc as well. Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight or near heat sources. Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and dust such as a bathroom or near a humidifier. Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing objects on discs outside of their case may cause warping.
Important notes about HD DVD
HD DVD with high-definition content required for HD viewing. Viewing high-definition content and up-converting DVD content may require an HDCP capable DVI or HDMI input on your 50/60 Hz display device. Up-conversion of DVD content will result in near HD picture quality. Firmware update may be required for some interactive features depending on content, which may also require an always-on broadband internet connection. Some features may require additional bandwidth. Some recordable media may not be supported. Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD and DTS support for up to 5.1 channels (DTS HD support for DTS core only). MP3/WMA audio files not supported. Because HD DVD is a new format that makes use of new technologies, certain disc, digital connection and other compatibility and/or performance issues are possible. This may, in rare cases, include disc freezing while accessing certain disc features, or functions, or certain parts of the disc not playing back or operating as fully intended. If you experience such issues, please contact your Onkyo dealer. Some features subject to delayed availability. 1080p capable display required for 1080p output resolution. Deep Color feature as specified in HDMI 1.3a requires compatible Deep Color capable HD display and/or device. For 24p output, content that was created in 1080p / 24 frames/sec is required. Viewing 24p output requires an HD display capable of accepting a 1080p/24Hz signal. While every effort has been made at the time of publication to ensure the accuracy of the information provided herein, product specifications, configurations, system/component/options availability are all subject to change without notice.
Note The firmware in this player can be updated. See details. page 41 for
About the volume level
The volume level of some commercial HD DVD and DVD discs may seem lower than that of audio CDs, other software, etc. If you turn up the volume of the TV or amplifier to play such discs, be sure to turn it back down after playback finishes.
This owners manual explains the basic instructions for this player. Some HD DVD discs or DVD video discs are produced in a manner that allows specific or limited operation during playback. As such, the player may not respond to all operating commands. This is not a defect in the player. Please refer to the notes on compatible discs later in this Introduction and to the discussion of DVD playback and features later in this manual. may appear on the TV screen during operation. means that the operation is not permitted by the player or the disc.
Control ETHERNET port
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Shows a track number.
No. Function : Playing : Pausing : Fast forward playback : Fast reverse playback HD DVD: An HD DVD is loaded. DVD: A DVD is loaded. Shows a title number.
A disc which contains advanced content is loaded. Shows a chapter number.
: Dolby Digital sound is played. : DTS sound is played.
HDMI connection is verified between the player and another device. Total playing time is displayed. Remaining playing time is displayed. 2ch sound is output. Multi channel sound is output. Playing in repeat mode. Playing a scene recorded with multi angles.
Displays the video output format currently selected. (i: interlaced, p: progressive)
Displays the elapsed time, remaining time, a number of title, chapter or track, messages, etc.
A CD is loaded.
Pressing DIMMER button on the remote control changes the brightness of the display. (Normal / dimmed / off)
Turning off the power resets this setting.
No. Function Page 29 21, 29
To resume playback while playing an HD DVD. To pause playback.
To start playback. To locate a title, chapter or track in the reverse direction. To play fast in reverse direction. To display a repeat mode menu. To set the 8 direction buttons to move the cursor during HD DVD playback. To enter numbers. For future functions which may become available by software update. To adjust TV volume. To turn the power on or off.
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To open/close the disc tray.
To display operating status. To select a camera angle.
To display subtitles.
To display a menu included on many DVD video discs. To enter a selected content. To return to the previous menu. To stop playback. To locate a title, chapter or track in the forward direction. To play fast in forward direction. To play in slow motion. To play frame by frame. To operate as indicated by the video display during HD DVD playback. To display a window to locate a title, chapter or track. To clear entered information. To change the brightness of the display on the player. To display the setup menu.
To change TV channels. To turn the TV on or off. To change inputs of the TV. To mute the TV. To program the remote control to control a TV. To select the sound. To display a top menu. To select a content or position to enter.
Check that the following accessories are supplied. Remote control Batteries (AAA/R03)2
Open the cover and load batteries (AAA/ R03 size).
Make sure to match the + and on the batteries to the marks inside the battery compartment.
Composite audio/video cable
C lose the cover.
Operating range Power cord
For North American Models
Remote sensor Within about 23 ft (7 m)
Caution Do not use this power cord with any device other than this player.
* n catalogs and on packaging, the letter at the end of the product name I indicates the color. Specifications and operations are the same regardless of color.
Notes Do not drop or give the remote control a shock. Do not leave the remote control near an extremely hot or humid place. Do not spill water or put anything wet on the remote control. Do not disassemble the remote control. Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area. Batteries should always be disposed of with the environment in mind. Always dispose of batteries in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating range becomes reduced, replace all batteries with new ones. When necessary to replace batteries in the remote control, always replace all batteries with new ones. Never mix battery types or use new and used batteries in combination. Always remove batteries from remote control if they are dead or if the remote control is not be used for an extended period of time. This will prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment. Caution Never throw batteries into a fire.
The remote control of this player is compatible with TV controls. Once you program the remote control (see the next paragraph), the following controls are available. Operate the remote control toward your TV.
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Step 1: Connecting to a TV
onnect the player directly to your TV. If you connect the player to a VCR, TV/VCR combination, video C selector or AV amplifier, the playback picture may be distorted due to copy protection. Be sure to turn off the power and unplug both units from the wall outlet before making any connections.
Via HDMI input
To view 1080p output, make this connection.
HDMI transfers digital audio and uncompressed digital video on a single cable. As a result, audio cables and video cables dont need to be connected separately to a device.
Notes When the HDMI connection is not verified, an error message appears on the front panel display. In this case, disconnect the HDMI cable then connect it again, or turn off the connected HDMI device then turn it on. HDMI output is digital only, DVI analog is not supported. HDMI is an evolving technology, so it is possible that some devices may not operate properly with this player. To get the most possible benefit from Dolby Digital Plus, you should connect your HD DVD player to your AV receiver using its HDMI input. If your AV receiver has this type of input, make sure it is connected to your HD DVD player and that the input is set to use audio from HDMI (and not the SPDIF coaxial or optical input). If your AV receiver does not have an HDMI input, then the next best choice is to use the SPDIF (coaxial or optical) input on your AV receiver. If you use the SPDIF (coaxial or optical) output or analog outputs to connect your audio system and have the Digital Out HDMI ( page 25) set to Auto or PCM, the audio output level from these jacks will be reduced when listening to a multichannel disc. To restore the audio output level, set Digital Out HDMI to Downmixed PCM. Be sure to confirm compatibility of a cable when connecting a Deep Color compatible display device. When the output resolution ( page 23) is set to up to 1080p/24Hz, Deep Color output is disabled.
Via component video input
Some discs may be down converted or require HDMI connection. Not compatible with 1080p. To view 1080p output, select HDMI connection.
This connection only sends video signals. Be sure to make audio connection on page 17.
Note This player supports simultaneous output of video on its HDMI and component video ports. However, some discs may restrict output of video on the component video ports when viewing high definition content or up-converted DVD content. The resolution on the HDMI output will be the same as the resolution output on the component video output. Thus, because the HDMI output can change automatically to match the maximum available resolution of your display, if you connect both the HDMI output and component output, the resolution on the component output will change if the HDMI output auto-adjusts.
When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD format, Dolby Digital sound is output. When you play a disc recorded in DTS-HD format, the sound is converted to a DTS bitstream. If the AV receiver or processor does not support DTS, select PCM.
When a 2ch digital stereo amplifier is connected to this player.
When you play an HD DVD or DVD video disc recorded in Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS or DTS-HD format, sound is converted into PCM (2ch) format.
When you connected an HDMI device to the HDMI OUT jack ( Press / to select Digital Out HDMI, then press OK.
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Select one of the followings according to your connection, and press OK. When an HDMI device equipped with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG or linear PCM decoder is connected to this player.
When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD, PCM is output (core only for DTS-HD). When you play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS format, digital audio signal (bitstream audio) is output. If a connected HDMI device does not support Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG, sound is converted into linear PCM to output. To output high bitrate audio, select Auto, then make another setting. For details, see page 34.
When an HDMI device which has multi channel input is connected to this player.
When you play an HD DVD or DVD video disc recorded in multi channel in Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS or DTS-HD format, the sound is decoded and output in multi channel in linear PCM format.
When a 2ch digital stereo AV receiver or processor is connected to this player.
When you play a DVD video disc recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG1 or MPEG2 format, sound is converted into PCM (2ch) format to output.
Note Setting Auto or PCM will reduce output level of multi channel sound from the ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT 2ch jacks and the DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT OPTICAL/COAXIAL jack if you: view the playback picture on an HDMI TV connected to this player. play an HD DVD video disc of a certain type, recorded in linear PCM format. In this case, the output level will be restored by setting to Downmixed PCM.
When you connected an audio system to the ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT jacks ( Press / to select Speaker Setting, then press OK.
Select one of the followings according to your connection, and press OK. When a 5.1 channel surround system is connected to this player.
Output sound conversion table
Disc HD DVD Video Advanced content ADV indicator ADV Audio format DD Plus/Dolby TrueHD dts-HD/L-PCM DD plus True HD 48kHz 96kHz 192kHz dts-HD L-PCM 48kHz 96kHz 192kHz MPEG DD L-PCM 48kHz 96kHz dts MPEG L-PCM 44.1kHz dts 44.1kHz DD L-PCM MPEG Audio format DD Plus/Dolby TrueHD dts-HD/L-PCM DD plus True HD 48kHz 96kHz 192kHz dts-HD L-PCM 48kHz 96kHz 192kHz MPEG DD L-PCM 48kHz 96kHz dts MPEG L-PCM 44.1kHz dts 44.1kHz DD L-PCM MPEG Digital Out SPDIF Bitstream Dolby Bitstream DTS Bitstream Bitstream Dolby Bitstream Dolby Bitstream Dolby Bitstream Bitstream DTS Bitstream DTS Bitstream DTS Bitstream Bitstream Bitstream 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 Bitstream Bitstream 2ch PCM Bitstream Bitstream 2ch PCM Bitstream ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT 5.1ch SURROUND up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM Digital Out HDMI Auto Depend on HDMI receiver PCM2 up to 5.1ch PCM3 Downmixed PCM 2ch PCM1
HD DVD Video Standard content
(off) (off) ADV indicator ADV
Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver 2ch PCM 2ch PCM Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver 2ch PCM Depend on HDMI receiver Depend on HDMI receiver 2ch PCM Depend on HDMI receiver
up to 5.1ch PCM2 up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM1 up to 5.1ch PCM2 up to 5.1ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM3 2ch PCM3 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM3 up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM up to 5.1ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM
2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM1 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM 2ch PCM
Disc HD DVD Video Advanced content
1: ownsampled PCM. D 2: p to 5.1 channel PCM audio output is possible only when the connected device supports multi channel output. U 3: his output format is possible when the resolution setting is 720p, 1080i or 1080p. When the resolution setting is set to 480p T (480p/576p), this output format depends on HDMI receiver. Notes The main title content of most movie HD DVD discs is advanced content. The player turns on the ADV indicator when an HD DVD disc which includes such content is loaded. The DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT OPTICAL/COAXIAL jack may not output sound you select. In this instance, set Digital Out SPDIF to PCM. The ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT 2ch jacks always output 2ch sound only.
Note The player may not be able to detect the source (film or video) of some material. If you notice undesirable picture performance, try selecting Film or Video.
Resolution Setting See page 23.
Digital Out SPDIF See page 25.
Digital Out HDMI See page 25.
Digital Direct Audio Mode To output high bitrate audio to a connected amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD decoder. On Off High bitrate audio output is enabled. (Sub audio and effect audio are disabled.) High bitrate audio output is disabled.
Notes This selection is available only when the player is connected to an amplifier equipped with Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD decoder. To obtain high bitrate audio output, Digital Out HDMI ( page 25) needs to be set to Auto. While playing high bitrate audio, sound outputs from the ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT and the DIGITAL AUIDIO OUTPUT OPTICAL/ COAXIAL jack are disabled. To play high bitrate audio, be sure to select input from the player on the connected amplifier beforehand. If you select it after playback starts, high bitrate audio may not be heard. In this case, you may obtain full output if you stop the player then restart the playback.
Dynamic Range Control To turn on or off a function that makes faint sounds easier to hear even if you lower the volume during late-hour playback. Auto While playing an HD DVD video disc recorded in Dolby TrueHD format, this function will be automatically activated or disabled according to certain command included in the content. For other discs, this function is activated. On This function is activated. Off This function is disabled.
Notes This function is effective only in playback of HD DVD or DVD video discs recorded in Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD format. The effect level of this function vary depending on the disc. Not effective in Dolby TrueHD 96 kHz 5.1 channel sound.
Dialog Enhancement To turn on or off a function that increases dialog volume of a disc playback. On This function is activated. Off This function is disabled.
Notes This function is effective only in playback of Dolby Digital recorded HD DVD or DVD video discs. The effect level of this function vary depending on the disc.
Speaker Setting See page 26.
Disc Menu Language To select a preferred language for disc menus. English / French / Japanese / German / Spanish / Italian / Dutch / Russian / Swedish / Finnish / Greek / Turkish Other To make a further language choice. Refer to How to select a language ( page 39).
Note Some discs may be played in a different language from that you selected, as the disc may contain alternate language.
Notes Onkyo does not guarantee that this function will protect your display. To close the screen saver, press any button on the player or the remote control. When an HD DVD disc is used, this function activates only in stop mode.
To reset all the settings listed on page 35, 36 to factory set default. Press / buttons to select Yes then press OK button. Update (Firmware If you have a broadband internet service, you may obtain firmware update over the internet using the ETHERNET port on the back of your player. update) EFORE BEGINNING THE FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCESS, BE SURE TO REMOVE ANY DISCS B FROM YOUR PLAYER. Please configure the ETHERNET port ( page 19). You may need to turn on DHCP and DNS ( page 27). ress SETUP and select General > Maintenance. Follow the instructions on the screen. P f a firmware update is available for your player, the player will download it. Once the firmware update I download process has finished, the players power will automatically switch off. You must wait until this process has finished. O NOT UNPLUG, TURN OFF, OR USE ANY OTHER FEATURE OF YOUR PLAYER DURING THE D FIRMWARE UPDATE PROCESS. Doing so will cause the writing of the firmware update to the player to be halted and the player may no longer operate properly. If the player stops working, please contact your Onkyo dealer. f no firmware update is available, the player will quickly exit the firmware update process. I Persistent Storage To open the menu to control players memory allocated for content. (Not available while a disc is loaded.) The menu selections will vary depending on the content. Operate following the instructions displayed on your screen. Twin Format Disc To select a layer to play, HD DVD or DVD of an HD DVD Twin Format Disc. (Not available if a disc is loaded.) HD DVD Only the HD DVD layer is played. DVD Only the DVD layer is played.
For combination discs, select the desired version by disc side (see label for information).
Before calling service personnel
Before accessing, try updating this players firmware. For details on how to update, see Update (Firmware update) ( page 41). If you experience any of the following difficulties while using this unit, check the list below before consulting your nearest Onkyo dealer.
Symptom No power. No picture. Remedy s the power plug disconnected? Check the power connection. I s the cable for connecting the player and TV disconnected or not connected properly? I Check the connections. witch the input of the connected TV to the signal from the player. S heck the settings (MODE switch and Resolution Setting). C re both the HDMI OUT jack and the COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT jacks connected A simultaneously? Select either connection and make the appropriate setting. Page 24 16
n case the menu of Resolution Setting disappears, make composite video (yellow) I 17, 23 connection to restore it, then select the resolution which is compatible with the connected TV. 17 s the audio cable disconnected? I s the volume of the device turned down to the minimum level? Check the volume. I witch the audio input of the device connected by the audio cable to the input from the S player. et Digital Out SPDIF or Digital Out HDMI properly in accordance with the connected S device and connection procedure. hange the output resolution so that sound can be heard. C f using the optical digital output for a Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD or DTS I soundtrack, be sure your AV receiver or processor is set to use the input connected to your player and is set to decode a DTS bitstream. If your AV receiver or processor does not support DTS, select PCM output on the player. Digital Direct Audio Mode > On is selected. To obtain these sounds, select Off. 25
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