Sony BRAVIA 3-217-284-12(1) User's Manual

3-217-284-12(1)
LCD Digital Colour TV
Operating Instructions
Before operating the TV, please read the “Safety
information” section of this manual.
Retain this manual for future reference.
KDL-52XBR
KDL-46XBR
KDL-40XBR
© 2007 Sony Corporation
KDL-52X3100
KDL-46X3100
KDL-40X3100
Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony product.
Before operating the TV, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Trademark information
•
is a registered trademark of the DVB Project
• “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI Licensing LLC.
• Adobe is a registered trademark or a trademark of Adobe
Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other
countries.
The illustrations used in this manual are of the KDL40XBR unless otherwise stated.
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Table of Contents
Start-up Guide
4
Safety information .....................................................................................................................9
Precautions .............................................................................................................................11
Overview of the remote ........................................................................................................12
Overview of the TV buttons and indicators ........................................................................13
Watching TV
Watching TV............................................................................................................................14
Using the Favourite List
..................................................................................................17
Using Optional Equipment
Connecting optional equipment...............................................................................................18
Viewing pictures from the connected equipment ....................................................................21
Using the remote.....................................................................................................................22
Using USB photo viewer .........................................................................................................25
Using HDMI control .................................................................................................................25
Using Menu Functions
Navigating through menus ......................................................................................................26
Picture menu ...........................................................................................................................27
Sound menu............................................................................................................................29
Screen menu (except for PC input).........................................................................................31
Screen menu (for PC input) ....................................................................................................32
Video Settings menu ...............................................................................................................33
Audio Settings menu ...............................................................................................................35
Set-up menu............................................................................................................................36
Analogue Set-up menu ...........................................................................................................39
Digital Set-up menu
........................................................................................................41
Additional Information
Specifications ..........................................................................................................................43
Cleaning ..................................................................................................................................45
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................45
: for digital channels only
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Start-up Guide
1: Checking the
accessories
2: Connecting an
antenna/VCR
AC power cord* (1)
Connecting an antenna
Antenna cable* (1)
AC power cord
(supplied)
PC cable* (1)
Support belt (1) and screws (2)
Remote RM-GD003 (1)
Size AA batteries (R6 type) (2)
* Do not remove the ferrite cores.
To insert batteries into the remote
Push and slide to open.
Antenna cable*
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• Observe the correct polarity when inserting batteries.
• Do not use different types of batteries together or mix old
and new batteries.
• Dispose of batteries in an environmentally friendly way.
Certain regions may regulate the disposal of batteries.
Please consult your local authority.
• Handle the remote with care. Do not drop or step on it, or
spill liquid of any kind onto it.
• Do not place the remote in a location near a heat source, a
place subject to direct sunlight, or a damp room.
To replace the bezel unit
(only for KDL-52X3100/46X3100/40X3100)
The bezel unit can be replaced with others that are sold
separately. However, do not remove the unit except to
replace it. For details, see the instructions supplied
with bezel units.
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Factory-installed
antenna cable
* When connecting an antenna cable, an adaptor (not
supplied) may be required.
Connecting an antenna and VCR
Start-up Guide
3: Preventing the TV
from toppling over
AC power cord
(supplied)
Antenna cable
(not supplied)
Splitter
(not supplied)
Factoryinstalled
antenna
cable
Antenna cable
(supplied)*
S video cable
(not supplied)
A/V cable
(not
supplied)
Antenna cable
(not supplied)
VCR
* When connecting an antenna cable, an adaptor (not
supplied) may be required.
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4: Bundling the cables
5: Performing the initial
set-up
~
The hook of the cable holder can be opened from either sides
depending on attaching position.
3, 4, 5, 8, 10
3, 4, 5, 8, 10
7, 9
Selecting the state/region
1
Connect the TV to your AC power outlet
(220–240 V AC, 50 Hz).
2
Press 1 on the right side of the TV.
When you turn on the TV for the first time, the
Time Setup menu appears on the screen.
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3
7
Press MENU to display the Clock Set
menu.
When digital channels have been stored, set
“Time Adjustment” to “Auto”, then go to step 9.
If no digital channels have been stored, set “Time
Adjustment” to “Manual”, then go to next step.
8
Press F/f/G/g to set the day and time
(hour and minute), then press .
9
Press MENU to exit.
The TV has now tuned in all the available
channels.
This option allows you to set the time zone in
which you will operate the TV. This will ensure
that the time displayed on the i-Plate (page 16) is
correct.
“Display this menu next time ?” dialogue,
then press to exit.
z
If “Yes” is selected and the TV is turned off by pressing 1
on the TV, or is disconnected from the AC power outlet, the
auto start-up procedure restarts the next time the TV is turned
on.
Auto-tuning the TV
4
10Press G/g to select the desired setting in
Press F/f to select “Full Scan” or “Quick
Scan” to preset channels, then press .
“Full Scan”: All available channels are tuned and
stored. This procedure may take some time.
“Quick Scan”: All expected channels in your
area are tuned and stored. You will need to select
your nearest city to help speed up this procedure.
5
Press G/g to select “OK”, then press
.
A display appears showing a tuning progress bar
and the channels tuned and stored.
The TV starts searching for all available digital
channels, followed by all available analogue
channels. This may take some time, please be
patient and do not press any buttons on the TV or
remote.
If a message appears for you to confirm the
antenna connection
No digital or analogue channels were found.
Check the antenna connection and press G/g to
select “Yes”, then press to start auto-tuning
again.
6
When the Programme Sorting menu
appears on the screen, follow the steps of
“Programme Sorting” (page 39).
If you do not change the order in which the
analogue channels are stored on the TV, go to step
7.
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Start-up Guide
Press F/f/G/g to select the state/region
in which you will operate the TV, then press
.
Detaching the TableTop Stand from the TV
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Do not remove the Table-Top Stand for any reason other than
to wall-mount the TV or to attach the optional TV stand.
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Installed on the wall
Safety information
30 cm
10 cm
10 cm
Installation/Set-up
Install and use the TV set in accordance with the
instructions below in order to avoid any risk of fire,
electrical shock or damage and/or injuries.
10 cm
Leave at least this space around the set.
Installation
• The TV set should be installed near an easily accessible
AC power outlet.
• Place the TV set on a stable, level surface.
• Only qualified service personnel should carry out wall
installations.
• For safety reasons, it is strongly recommended that you
use Sony accessories, including:
– Wall-mount bracket SU-WL500
Installed with stand
30 cm
10 cm
10 cm
6 cm
Transporting
• Before transporting the
TV set, disconnect all
cables.
• Two or three people are
needed to transport a large
TV set.
• When transporting the TV
set by hand, hold it as
shown on the right. Do not
put stress on the LCD
panel and the frame
around the screen.
• When lifting or moving
the TV set, hold it firmly
from the bottom.
• When transporting the TV
set, do not subject it to
jolts or excessive
vibration.
• When
transporting the
TV set for repairs
or when moving,
pack it using the
original carton
and packing
material.
KDL-46XBR/46X3100/
40XBR/40X3100
KDL-52XBR/52X3100
Ventilation
• Never cover the ventilation holes or insert anything in the
cabinet.
• Leave space around the TV set as shown below.
• It is strongly recommended that you use a Sony wallmount bracket in order to provide adequate air-circulation.
Leave at least this space around the set.
• To ensure proper ventilation and prevent the collection of
dirt or dust:
– Do not lay the TV set flat, install upside down,
backwards, or sideways.
– Do not place the TV set on a shelf, rug, bed or in a
closet.
– Do not cover the TV set with a cloth, such as curtains,
or items such as newspapers, etc.
– Do not install the TV set as shown below.
Air circulation is blocked.
Wall
Wall
AC power cord
Handle the AC power cord and outlet as follows in
order to avoid any risk of fire, electrical shock or
damage and/or injuries:
– Connect the TV set using a three-wire grounding type
AC power plug to a AC power outlet with a protective
earthing connection.
– Use only Sony AC power cords, not those of other
brands.
– Insert the plug fully into the AC power outlet.
– Operate the TV set on a 220–240 V AC supply only.
– When wiring cables, be sure to unplug the AC power
cord for your safety and take care not to catch your feet
on the cables.
– Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC power
outlet before working on or moving the TV set.
– Keep the AC power cord away from heat sources.
– Unplug the AC power plug and clean it regularly. If the
plug is covered with dust and it picks up moisture, its
insulation may deteriorate, which could result in a fire.
Continued
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Notes
If the following problems occur...
• Do not use the supplied AC power cord on any other
equipment.
• Do not pinch, bend, or twist the AC power cord
excessively. The core conductors may be exposed or
broken.
• Do not modify the AC power cord.
• Do not put anything heavy on the AC power cord.
• Do not pull on the AC power cord itself when
disconnecting the AC power cord.
• Do not connect too many appliances to the same AC
power outlet.
• Do not use a poor fitting AC power outlet.
Turn off the TV set and unplug the AC power cord
immediately if any of the following problems occur.
Ask your dealer or Sony service centre to have it
checked by qualified service personnel.
Prohibited Usage
Do not install/use the TV set in locations,
environments or situations such as those listed below,
or the TV set may malfunction and cause a fire,
electrical shock, damage and/or injuries.
Location:
Outdoors (in direct sunlight), at the seashore, on a ship or
other vessel, inside a vehicle, in medical institutions,
unstable locations, near water, rain, moisture or smoke.
Environment:
Places that are hot, humid, or excessively dusty; where
insects may enter; where it might be exposed to mechanical
vibration, near flammable objects (candles, etc). The TV
shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the TV.
Situation:
Do not use when your hands are wet, with the cabinet
removed, or with attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer. Disconnect the TV set from AC power outlet
and antenna during lightning storms.
Broken pieces:
• Do not throw anything at the TV set. The screen glass may
break by the impact and cause serious injury.
• If the surface of the TV set cracks, do not touch it until you
have unplugged the AC power cord. Otherwise electric
shock may result.
When not in use
• If you will not be using the TV set for several days, the TV
set should be disconnected from the AC power for
environmental and safety reasons.
• As the TV set is not disconnected from the AC power
when the TV set is just turned off, pull the plug from the
AC power outlet to disconnect the TV set completely.
• However, some TV sets may have features that require the
TV set to be left in standby to work correctly. The
instructions in this manual will inform you if this applies.
For children
• Do not allow children to climb on the TV set.
• Keep small accessories out of the reach of children, so that
they are not mistakenly swallowed.
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When:
– AC power cord is damaged.
– Poor fitting of AC power outlet.
– TV set is damaged by being dropped, hit or having
something thrown at it.
– Any liquid or solid object falls through openings in the
cabinet.
Precautions
Viewing the TV
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment
(Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems)
This symbol is on the remote control.
• View the TV in moderate light, as viewing the TV in poor
light or during long period of time, strains your eyes.
• When using headphones, adjust the volume so as to avoid
excessive levels, as hearing damage may result.
LCD Screen
• Although the LCD screen is made with high-precision
technology and 99.99% or more of the pixels are effective,
black dots may appear or bright points of light (red, blue,
or green) may appear constantly on the LCD screen. This
is a structural property of the LCD screen and is not a
malfunction.
• Do not push or scratch the front filter, or place objects on
top of this TV set. The image may be uneven or the LCD
screen may be damaged.
• If this TV set is used in a cold place, a smear may occur in
the picture or the picture may become dark. This does not
indicate a failure. These phenomena disappear as the
temperature rises.
• Ghosting may occur when still pictures are displayed
continuously. It may disappear after a few moments.
• The screen and cabinet get warm when this TV set is in
use. This is not a malfunction.
• The LCD screen contains a small amount of liquid crystal
and mercury. The fluorescent tubes used in this TV set
also contain mercury. Follow your local ordinances and
regulations for disposal.
Handling and cleaning the screen surface/cabinet of
the TV set
Be sure to unplug the AC power cord connected to the TV set
from AC power outlet before cleaning.
To avoid material degradation or screen coating degradation,
observe the following precautions.
• To remove dust from the screen surface/cabinet, wipe
gently with a soft cloth. If dust is persistent, wipe with a
soft cloth slightly moistened with a diluted mild detergent
solution.
• Never use any type of abrasive pad, alkaline/acid cleaner,
scouring powder, or volatile solvent, such as alcohol,
benzene, thinner or insecticide. Using such materials or
maintaining prolonged contact with rubber or vinyl
materials may result in damage to the screen surface and
cabinet material.
• When adjusting the angle of the TV set, move it slowly so
as to prevent the TV set from moving or slipping off from
its table stand.
Optional Equipment
Keep optional components or any equipment emitting
electromagnetic radiation away from the TV set. Otherwise
picture distortion and/or noisy sound may occur.
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Overview of the remote
1 TV "/1 — TV standby
Turns the TV on and off from standby mode.
2 Number buttons
• In TV mode: Selects channels. For channel numbers 10 and above, enter
the second, third or fourth digit quickly.
• In Text mode: Enters the three digit page number to select the page.
3
— Previous channel
Returns to the previous channel watched (for more than five seconds).
4
5
— Wide Mode (page 15)
— Picture freeze (page 14)
Freezes the TV picture.
/
6
— Input select / Text hold
• In TV mode (page 21): Displays the connected equipment list and selects
the input source.
• In Text mode (page 14): Holds the current page.
7 F/f/G/g/ (page 26)
8 TOOLS (page 15, 21)
Enables you to access various viewing options and change/make adjustments
according to the source and Wide Mode.
9 MENU (page 26)
0 PROG +/–/ /
• In TV mode (page 14): Selects the next (+) or previous (–) channel.
• In Text mode (page 14): Selects the next ( ) or previous ( ) page.
qa
qs
qd
qf
A/B — Dual Sound (page 30)
% — Mute (page 14, 21)
2 +/– — Volume (page 21)
THEATRE
You can set Theatre Mode on or off. When Theatre Mode is set to on, the
optimum audio output (if the TV is connected with an audio system using an
HDMI cable) and picture quality for film-based contents are automatically set.
z
If you turn the TV off, Theatre Mode is also turned off.
qg RETURN
Returns to the previous screen of any displayed menu.
qh
This button does not work with this model.
qj Coloured buttons (page 14)
z
qk DIGITAL/ANALOG — TV mode (page 14)
The number 5, H, PROG + and A/B
buttons have tactile dots. Use the tactile dots ql
— Twin Picture (page 21)/PIP (page 22) (for PC input)
as references when operating the TV.
Displays two pictures simultaneously.
w; / — Text (page 14)
wa LIGHT
Illuminates the buttons on the remote so that you can see them easily even if
the room is dark.
ws
/
— Info / Text reveal
• In digital mode (page 16): Displays details of the current or next
programme.
• In analogue mode: Displays information such as current channel number
and Wide Mode.
• In Text mode (page 14): Reveals hidden information (e.g. answers to a quiz).
wd Buttons for using optional equipment
See page 22.
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Overview of the TV buttons and indicators
1 1 — Power
Turns the TV on or off.
~
To disconnect the TV from the AC power completely,
pull the plug from the AC power outlet.
PROG
2 PROG +/–/
/
• In TV mode: Selects the next (+) or previous (–)
channel.
• In TV menu: Moves through the options up ( ) or
down ( ).
3 2 +/–/
/
• In TV mode: Increases (+) or decreases (–) the
volume.
• In TV menu: Moves through the options right ( )
or left ( ).
MENU
4
/
— Input select / OK
• In TV mode (page 21): Displays the connected
equipment list and selects the input source.
• In TV menu: Selects the menu or option, and
confirms the setting.
5
6
(page 26)
— Picture Off / Timer indicator
• Lights up in green when the picture is switched off
(page 37).
• Lights up in orange when the timer is set
(page 36).
7 1 — Standby indicator
Lights up in red when the TV is in standby mode.
8 " — Power indicator
• Lights up in green when the TV is turned on.
• Flashes while the remote is being operated.
9 Remote control sensor / Light sensor (page 37)
• Receives IR signals from the remote.
• Do not put anything over the sensor, as its function
may be affected.
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Make sure that the TV is completely turned off before
unplugging the AC power cord. Unplugging the AC power
cord while the TV is turned on may cause the indicator to
remain lit or may cause the TV to malfunction.
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Watching TV
Watching TV
3
Press the number buttons or PROG +/– to
select a TV channel.
To select channel numbers 10 and above using the
number buttons, enter the second, third or fourth
digits quickly.
In digital mode, an information banner appears
briefly. The following icons may be indicated on
the banner.
1
In normal TV mode
:
SD (or
: HD)
RADIO: Radio service
:
Parental rating
:
Multi audio programme
:
Text service
In Twin Picture mode (page 21)
:
Radio service
:
Parental Lock
3
Additional operations
2
To
Press
Freeze the picture
(Picture freeze)
.
Press again to return to normal
TV mode.
~
This function is not available for a
PC input source.
3
Mute the sound
%.
Press again to restore.
Turn on the TV
without sound from
standby mode
%.
To access Text
1
Press 1 on the right side of the TV to turn
on the TV.
When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 (standby)
indicator on the TV front panel is red), press
TV "/1 on the remote to turn on the TV.
2
Press DIGITAL/ANALOG to switch
between digital and analogue modes.
The channels available vary depending on the
mode.
Press /. Each time you press /, the display changes
cyclically as follows:
Text and TV picture t Text t No Text (exit the
Text service)
To select a page, press the number buttons or / .
To hold a page, press
/ .
To reveal hidden information, press / .
To jump a page (in analogue mode only), press and
F/f, then press (for three digit pages).
z
When four coloured items appear at the bottom of the Text
page, Fastext is available (in analogue mode only). Fastext
allows you to access pages quickly and easily. Press the
corresponding coloured button to access the page.
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To change the Wide Mode manually
Using the Tools menu
Press
Press TOOLS to display the following options when
viewing a TV programme.
repeatedly to select the desired Wide Mode.
Wide Zoom*
Normal
Displays the 4:3
picture in its original
size. Side bars are
shown to fill the 16:9
screen.
Options
Description
Close
Closes the Tools menu.
Picture Mode
See page 27.
Sound Mode
See page 29.
Motion Enhancer
See page 33.
Speaker
See page 35.
Twin Picture
See page 21.
Favourite List (in
digital mode only)
See page 17.
Watching TV
Enlarges the centre
portion of the picture.
The left and right
edges of the picture are
stretched to fill the
16:9 screen.
PIP Programme List (in See page 15.
digital mode only)
Full
Stretches the 4:3
picture horizontally,
to fill the 16:9 screen.
Zoom*
Displays
cinemascopic (letter
box format)
broadcasts in the
correct proportions.
* Parts of the top and bottom of the picture may be cut off.
~
• Some characters and/or letters at the top and the bottom of
the picture may not be visible in “Wide Zoom”. In such a
case, you can select “Vertical Size” using the “Screen”
menu and adjust vertical size to make it visible.
• Wide Mode is fixed to “Full” in digital mode.
i Volume
See page 35.
Sleep Timer
See page 36.
Power Saving
See page 37.
To view two pictures simultaneously – PIP
(Picture in Picture) (in digital mode only)
This feature allows you to view a different subchannel in a window and also access multiview
services (when available from broadcaster, e.g.
different camera angles).
1
2
Press TOOLS to display the Tools menu.
3
Press F/f to select the required channel/
multiview service, then press .
To return to normal TV mode
Select “PIP Programme List” from the Tools
menu. Then, select “Close PIP”.
z
• When “Auto Wide” is set to “On”, the TV will
automatically select the best mode to suit the input from an
external equipment (page 31).
• You can adjust the position of the picture when selecting
“Wide Zoom” or “Zoom”. Press F/f to move up or down
(e.g. to read subtitles).
• Select “Wide Zoom” or “Zoom” to adjust for 720p, 1080i
or 1080p source pictures with edge portions cut off.
• “Full 1”, “Full 2” and “Normal” are available for “Wide
Mode” when PC input is selected (page 32).
Press F/f to select “PIP Programme List”,
then press .
~
Depending on the broadcast signal, the image displayed on
the PIP sub screen may be smaller than its frame size.
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i-Plate display
For a single picture in digital mode, this feature gives
you information on the current channel and also the
current and next programmes.
1
Press
/
to display the i-Plate.
This shows the date, time, whether the channel has
text service, whether multi (MPEG and Dolby
Digital) audio programme available and whether the
picture is available in high definition or standard
definition (HD or SD is displayed).
2
Press / to display information on the
following programme.
3
Press / again (or MENU) to turn off the
i-Plate display and return to normal
operation.
The following icons may be displayed on the i-Plate
display according to the programme.
: SD (or
: HD)
: Parental rating
: Multi audio programme
: Text service
z
The code coming after MPEG determines the language type.
For detail, refer to “i-Plate Display Language Code” on
page 44.
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Using the Favourite List
*
The Favourite feature allows you to select
programmes from a list you specify. To display the
Favourite List, see “Navigating through menus”
(page 26).
Watching TV
Favourite List
* This function may not be available in some areas.
To
Do this
Create your Favourite List
Follow the steps of “Favourite Preset” (page 42) in Digital Set-up menu.
Watch a Favourite channel
1
2
3
4
5
Press MENU to display the menu (page 26).
Press F/f to select “Digital Favourites List”, then press .
Press G/g to select “Favourite List 1” or “Favourite List 2”.
Press F/f to select your favourite channel.
Press
to exit the Favourite List and display the selected
channel.
z
Once you select a channel within your Favourite List of channels, pressing PROG
+/– will select only channels from your Favourite List. To select a channel that has
not been programmed as a Favourite List channel, use the Programme List feature
or the number buttons.
Turn off the Favourite list
Press MENU.
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Using Optional Equipment
Connecting optional equipment
You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your TV.
Headphones
Camcorder
Digital still camera
Camcorder
USB storage media
PC (HDMI output)
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Blu-ray disc player
Camcorder
Audio system
DVD player
Audio system
DVD player
PC (HDMI
output)
Blu-ray disc
player
Camcorder
For service use
only
PC
Hi-Fi audio
equipment
Video game equipment
DVD player with component output
DVD recorder
DVD player
VCR
VCR
Continued
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Using Optional Equipment
Home theatre system
with digital input
(MONO)
Connect to
Input symbol on
screen
Ai
B
You can listen to sound from the TV on headphones.
2 or
2, and
Video 2 or
Video 2
2
C
Description
USB
To avoid picture noise, do not connect the camcorder to the
video
2 jack and the S video
2 jack at the same time. If
you connect mono equipment, connect to the
2 L jack.
You can view photographs on the Sony digital still camera,
camcorder or USB storage media connected to the TV. For
details, see page 25.
D HDMI IN 2
E HDMI IN 1 or 3
HDMI 2
HDMI 1 or
HDMI 3
The digital video and audio signals are input from the
equipment.
In addition, when HDMI control compatible equipment is
connected, communication with the connected equipment is
supported. Refer to page 37 to set up this communication.
If the equipment has a DVI jack, connect the DVI jack to the
HDMI IN 1 jack through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not
supplied), and connect the equipment’s audio out jacks to the
audio in jacks in the HDMI IN 1 jacks.
~
• The HDMI jacks only support the following video inputs: 480i,
480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080/24p. For PC
video inputs, see page 44.
• Be sure to use only an HDMI cable that bears the HDMI logo.
• When connecting an HDMI control compatible audio system, be
sure to also connect to the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack.
F PC IN
(RGB)/
G
and
1 or
1 or 3
H
/
1 or 3,
PC
It is recommended to use a supplied PC cable with ferrite cores.
Video 1 or
Video 1 or
Video 3
To avoid picture noise, do not connect the camcorder to the
video jack
1 and the S video jack
1 at the same time. If
you connect mono equipment, connect to the L(MONO) jack
1 or 3.
Use to record the analogue video and sound from the TV to a
DVD recorder or VCR. To turn off the sound of the TV
speakers, set “Speaker” to “Audio System” (page 35). If you
connect mono equipment, connect to the L jack
.
~
• The monitor output jacks cannot support HD/DVD, HDMI and
PC signals source pictures, also digital audio signal for sound.
• The images of digital broadcasting recorded on this TV appear
enlarged when they are played on a 4:3 screen size TV that cannot
be adjusted to other aspect modes.
I
/
1 or 2
HD/DVD 1 or
HD/DVD 2
For better picture quality, component connection is
recommended if your DVD player has a component video
output.
J
You can listen to the sound from the TV on Hi-Fi audio
equipment.
K DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAL)
Use the Optical audio cable.
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Using the Tools menu
Viewing pictures from
the connected
equipment
Additional operations
To
Do this
Return to normal TV
mode
Press DIGITAL/ANALOG.
Change the volume of
the connected HDMI
control compatible
audio system
Press 2 +/–.
Mute the sound of the
connected HDMI
control compatible
audio system
Press %.
Press again to restore.
Options
Description
Close
Closes the Tools menu.
Picture Mode
See page 27.
Sound Mode
See page 29.
Motion Enhancer
See page 33.
Speaker
See page 35.
Twin Picture (except
PC input mode)
See page 21.
PIP (in PC input
mode only)
See page 22.
Using Optional Equipment
Turn on the connected equipment, then
press
/ to display the connected
equipment list. Press F/f to select the
desired input source, then press . (The
highlighted item is selected if 2 seconds
pass without any operation after pressing
F/f.)
When the input source is set to “Skip” in the
“Video Labels” menu under the “Set-up”
menu (page 36), that input does not appear
in the list.
Press TOOLS to display the following options when
viewing pictures from connected equipment.
Auto Adjustment (in See page 32.
PC input mode only)
Horizontal Shift (in
See page 32.
PC input mode only)
i Volume
See page 35.
Sleep Timer (except
PC input mode)
See page 36.
Power Saving
See page 37.
To view two pictures simultaneously
– Twin Picture
You can view two TV programme pictures (in
analogue, digital or external input mode) on the screen
simultaneously.
Connect the optional equipment (page 18), and make
sure that images from the equipment appear on the
screen (page 21).
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• Two pictures having the same (analogue or digital)
format, cannot be seen side-by-side in Twin Picture mode.
• This function is not available for a PC input source.
• You cannot change the size of the pictures.
1
Press .
The audible picture is framed in green.
2
Press number buttons or PROG +/– to
select the channel for an audible picture.
Press F/f for an inaudible picture.
To return to normal TV mode
Press
or RETURN.
z
• You can switch the audible picture by pressing G/g.
• Pictures input through the HDMI and component jacks are
displayed on the left screen.
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To view two pictures simultaneously
– PIP (Picture in Picture) (in PC mode only)
You can view two pictures (PC input and TV
programme) on the screen simultaneously.
To view a PC input source, connect a PC (page 18),
and make sure that images from the PC appear on the
screen.
1
Press
Using the remote
Buttons for using optional equipment
.
Two pictures are displayed simultaneously.
The picture from the connected PC is displayed with
full size and the TV programme is displayed on the
right corner.
You can use F/f/G/g to move the TV programme
screen position.
2
Press number buttons or PROG +/– to
select the TV channel.
To return to single picture mode
Press RETURN.
z
• You can switch the audible picture by selecting “TV
Sound / PC Sound” from the Tools menu.
• You can also use the PIP feature by selecting “PIP” from
the Tools menu.
1 "/1
Turns on or off the optional equipment selected from
the function buttons.
2 Function buttons
Enables you to operate the corresponding equipment.
For details, see “Programming the remote” on
page 23.
3 BD/DVD operating buttons
• . : Replays the current programme from the
previous chapter mark (if any).
• > : Advances forward to the next chapter mark
(if any).
•
: Replays the current programme for a set
period of time.
•
: Advances forward a set period of time.
• m : Plays a programme in fast reverse mode.
• M : Plays a programme in fast forward mode.
• H : Plays a programme at a normal speed.
• X : Pauses playback.
• x : Stops the playback.
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4 DVD record buttons
• z REC: Starts recording.
• X REC PAUSE: Pauses the recording.
• x REC STOP: Stops the recording.
1
5 F1/F2
• Selects a disc when using a DVD changer.
• Selects a function when using a combination unit
(e.g. a BD/DVD).
For details, see the operating instructions supplied
with the DVD changer or combination unit.
The selected function button (BD, DVD or AMP)
will flash.
2
6 BD/DVD MENU
Displays the DVD disc menu. For details, see the
operating instructions supplied with the connected
equipment.
Press the number buttons to enter the
three-digit manufacturer’s code number
when the button flashes.
If code is not entered within 10 seconds, you must
perform the step 1 again.
3
Press
.
When the programming is correct, the selected
function button will flash twice, and when not, it
will flash five times.
7 BD/DVD TOP MENU
Displays the top menu of the DVD disc. For details,
see the operating instructions supplied with the
connected equipment.
Press and hold the BD, DVD or AMP
function button you want to programme on
the remote, then press
/ , keeping the
function button pressed down.
4
The H button has a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a
reference when operating other equipment.
Turn on your equipment and check that the
following main functions work.
H (playback), x (stop), m (rewind), M (fast
forward), channel selection for both BDs and
DVDs, TOP MENU/MENU and F/f/G/g only
for DVDs.
If your equipment is not working, or some of the
functions do not work
Enter the correct code or try the next code listed
for the brand. However, not all models of every
brand may be covered.
To return to normal TV operation
Press the TV function button.
Programming the remote
This remote is preset to operate Sony TVs, most Sony
BDs, DVDs and AMPs (Home Theatre, etc.).
To control BDs and DVDs of other manufacturers
(and some other Sony BD, DVD and AMP models),
do the following procedure to programme the remote.
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Before you start, look up the three-digit code for your brand
of BD, DVD or AMP from the “Manufacturer’s codes” on
page 23.
Manufacturer’s codes
DVD brand list
DVD Player
1
2
1
3
Brand
Code
SONY
001, 029, 030, 036 – 044, 053 – 055
AIWA
021
AKAI
032
DENON
018, 027, 020, 002
GRUNDIG
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
HITACHI
025, 026, 015, 004, 035
JVC
006, 017
KENWOOD
008
LG
015, 014, 034
LOEWE
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
MATSUI
013, 016
ONKYO
022, 033
PANASONIC
018, 027, 020, 002, 045 – 047
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Using Optional Equipment
z
Brand
Code
Brand
Code
PHILIPS
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003, 031
SANYO
335, 336
PIONEER
004, 050, 051, 052
SHARP
324
SAMSUNG
011, 014
THOMSON
319, 350, 365
SANYO
007
TOSHIBA
337
SHARP
019, 027
THOMSON
012
TOSHIBA
003, 048, 049
YAMAHA
018, 027, 020, 002
BD (Blu-ray Disc) Player
Brand
Code
SONY
101 – 103
DVD/VCR Player
Brand
Code
SONY
251
DVD recorder
Brand
Code
SONY
201 – 203
VCR brand list
Brand
Code
SONY
301 – 310, 362
AIWA
325, 331, 351
AKAI
326, 329, 330
DAEWOO
342, 343
GRUNDIG
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351, 366
HITACHI
327, 333, 334
JVC
314, 315, 322, 344, 352 – 354, 348, 349
LG
332, 338
LOEWE
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351
MATSUI
356, 357
ORION
328
PANASONIC
321, 323
PHILIPS
311 – 313, 316 – 318, 358, 359, 363,
364
SAMSUNG
339 – 341, 345
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AUX Sony systems brand list
DAV Home Theatre System
Brand
Code
SONY (DAV)
401 – 404
AV receiver
Brand
Code
SONY
451 – 454
Digital terrestrial receiver
Brand
Code
SONY
501 – 503
Using USB photo viewer
Using HDMI control
You can view photographs (in JPEG format) stored in
a Sony digital still camera, camcorder or USB storage
media on your TV.
The HDMI control function allows equipment to
control each other using HDMI CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control) specified by HDMI.
You can connect Sony HDMI control compatible
equipment such as TVs, hard disk DVD recorders and
audio systems (with HDMI cables) to let them work
integratedly.
Be sure to correctly connect and set the compatible
equipment to use the HDMI control function.
1
Connect a supported USB device to the
TV.
2
3
Press MENU.
Press F/f to select “Photo”, then press
.
The thumbnail screen appears.
4
Press F/f/G/g to select the photograph or
folder you want to view, and then press .
If you want to view a slide show, press G/f to
select “Slide Show”, then press .
Press G/f to select an option, then press
.
Options
Description
Device Selection
Select the device if multiple
devices are connected.
Picture Settings
You can make “Backlight”
(page 27), “Picture” (page 27)
and “Colour Temperature”
settings.
Set-up
You can make advanced settings
for the slide show and set the
display sequence for the
thumbnails.
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• USB photo viewer only supports DCF-compliant JPEG
photographs.
• Set the camera’s USB connection mode to Auto or “Mass
Storage” mode when you are connecting Sony digital still
camera. For more information about USB connection
mode, see the instructions supplied with the device that
you use.
• Do not turn off the TV or connected USB device, or
disconnect the USB cable or remove the recording media
while the data on the recording media is being accessed.
The data on the recording media may be damaged.
• Using unsupported USB device is not guaranteed and may
cause malfunctions.
• Sony cannot be held liable for any damage to or loss of
data on the recording media due to a malfunction of any
connected devices or the TV.
• Check the website below for the up to date information
about compatible USB devices.
http://www.sony-asia.com/bravia/flash.html
Connect the compatible equipment and the TV with an
HDMI cable. When connecting an audio system, in
addition to the HDMI cable, be sure to also connect
the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack of the TV and
the audio system using an optical audio cable. For
details, see page 18.
To make the HDMI control settings
HDMI control must be set on both the TV side and the
connected equipment side. See “HDMI Set-up” on
page 37 for the TV side settings. See the operating
instructions of the connected equipment for setting
details.
HDMI control functions
• Turns the connected equipment automatically off
when you turn the TV off.
• Turns the TV on and automatically switches the
input to the connected equipment when the
equipment starts to play.
• If you turn on a connected audio system while the
TV is on, the sound output switches from the TV
speaker to the audio system.
• Adjusts the volume and mutes the sound of a
connected audio system.
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Using Optional Equipment
Advanced operations
To connect the HDMI control compatible
equipment
Using Menu Functions
Navigating through
menus
Menu functions allow you to enjoy various convenient
features of this TV. You can easily select channels or
inputs sources and change the settings for your TV.
4 External Inputs
Selects equipment connected to your TV.
• To watch the desired external input, select the
input source, then press .
• To assign a label to an external input, select
“Edit Video Labels” (page 36).
• To select the connected HDMI control
compatible equipment, select “HDMI Device
Selection”.
5 Photo
The thumbnail screen appears (page 25).
6 Settings
Displays the “Settings” menu where most of the
advanced settings and adjustments are
performed.
1 Press F/f to select a menu icon, then
press .
2 Press F/f/G/g to select an option or
adjust a setting, then press .
For details about settings, see pages 27 to 42.
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2
2
1
1
2
Press MENU.
Press F/f to select an option, then press
.
To exit the menu, press MENU.
1 Digital Favourite List*
Displays the Favourite List (page 17).
2 Digital Programme List*
Displays available digital TV channels.
3 Analogue Programme List
Displays available analogue TV channels.
• To assign a label to a channel, see page 39.
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The options you can adjust vary depending on the
situation. Unavailable options are greyed out or not
displayed.
* This function may not be available in some areas.
Picture menu
You can select the options listed below on the
“Picture” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer
to “Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Target Inputs
For the input currently being viewed, select whether to use the common setting or to
set each item separately.
“Common”: Applies common settings whose adjustments are shared with other
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to “Common”.
Current input name (e.g. Video 1): Allows you to set each option separately for the
current input.
z
Set each input to “Common” if you require the same settings to apply to each input.
Selects the picture mode. The options for “Picture Mode” may differ depending on
the “Video/Photo” setting (page 33).
“Vivid”: For enhanced picture contrast and sharpness.
“Standard”: For standard picture. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Cinema”: For viewing film-based contents. Most suitable for viewing in a theatrelike environment.
“Photo”: Sets the optimum picture quality for photographs.
“Custom”: Allows you to store your preferred settings.
Reset
Resets all the “Picture” settings except “Target Inputs”, “Picture Mode” and
“Advanced Settings” to the factory settings.
Backlight
Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.
Picture
Increases or decreases picture contrast.
Brightness
Brightens or darkens the picture.
Colour
Increases or decreases colour intensity.
Hue
Increases or decreases the green tones and red tones.
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“Hue” can only be adjusted for an NTSC colour system (e.g. U.S.A. video tapes).
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Using Menu Functions
Picture Mode
Colour Temperature
Selects the picture whiteness option.
“Cool”: Gives the white colours a blue tint.
“Neutral”: Gives the white colours a neutral tint.
“Warm 1”/“Warm 2”: Gives the white colours a red tint. “Warm 2” gives a redder
tint than “Warm 1”.
z
“Warm 1” and “Warm 2” are not available when “Picture Mode” is set to “Vivid”.
Sharpness
Sharpens or softens the picture.
Noise Reduction
Reduces the picture noise (snowy picture) in a weak broadcast signal.
“Auto”: Automatically reduces the picture noise (in analogue TV mode or Video 1/
2/3 composite and S video input signals only).
“High”/“Medium”/“Low”: Modifies the effect of the noise reduction.
“Off”: Turns off the “Noise Reduction” feature.
MPEG Noise Reduction Reduces the picture noise in MPEG-compressed video.
DRC Mode
Produces a high-resolution picture for high-density sources (e.g., Blu-ray disc
player, DVD player, satellite receiver).
“Mode 1”: Recommended mode.
“Mode 2”: Only available for 1080i format. “Mode 2” is especially effective when
original standard-definition signals have been up-converted to 1080i format.
“Off”: Turns off the “DRC Mode”.
DRC Palette
Customizes the level of detail (“Reality”) and smoothness (“Clarity”) for each input
signal. For example, you can create a custom setting for your cable input’s picture,
and create another for your DVD player’s pictures.
The “DRC Palette” appears. Press F/f/G/g to adjust the position of the marker (z).
As you move the z higher along the “Reality” axis, the picture becomes more
detailed. As you move the z to the right along the “Clarity” axis, the picture
becomes smoother.
Advanced Settings
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Customizes the Picture function in more detail. When you set “Picture Mode” to
“Vivid”, you cannot set/change these settings.
“Reset”: Resets all the advanced settings to the factory settings.
“Black Corrector”: Enhances black areas of the picture for stronger contrast.
“Adv. Contrast Enhancer”: Automatically adjusts “Backlight” and “Picture” to
the most suitable settings judging from the brightness of the screen. This setting is
especially effective for dark images scenes. It will increase the contrast distinction
of the darker picture scenes.
“Gamma”: Adjusts the balance between bright and dark areas of the picture.
“Clear White”: Emphasizes white colours.
“Colour Space”: Changes the colour reproduction gamut. “Wide” reproduces the
vivid colour and “Standard” reproduces the standard colour.
“Live Colour”: Makes colours more vivid.
“White Balance”: Adjusts the colour temperature colour by colour.
“Detail Enhancer”: Enhances the details of the picture.
“Edge Enhancer”: Enhances the outline of the picture.
Sound menu
You can select the options listed below on the
“Sound” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer
to “Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Target Inputs
For the input currently being viewed, select whether to use the common setting or to
set each item separately.
“Common”: Applies common settings whose adjustments are shared with other
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to “Common”.
Current input name (e.g. Video 1): Allows you to set each option separately for the
current input.
z
Set each input to “Common” if you require the same settings to apply to each input.
“Dynamic”: Enhances treble and bass.
“Standard”: For standard sound. Recommended for home entertainment.
“Custom”: Flat response. Also allows you to store your preferred settings.
Reset
Resets all the “Sound” settings except “Target Inputs”, “Sound Mode” and “Dual
Sound” to the factory settings.
Treble
Adjusts higher-pitched sounds.
Bass
Adjusts lower-pitched sounds.
Balance
Emphasizes left or right speaker balance.
Intelligent Volume
Keeps a constant volume level even when volume level gaps occur (e.g. adverts tend
to be louder than programmes).
Volume Offset
Adjusts the volume level of the current input relative to other inputs, when “Target
Inputs” is set to the current input name (e.g. Video 1).
Surround
“S-FORCE Front Surround”: Available for normal stereo broadcast and 5.1ch
digital broadcast surround audio, and the audio input from connected equipment.
“Simulated Stereo”: Adds a surround-like effect to mono programmes.
“Off”: Converts and reproduces 5.1ch and other digital broadcast surround audio as
normal stereo audio (2ch). Reproduces the original audio of other broadcasts as is.
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Using Menu Functions
Sound Mode
Voice Zoom
Adjusts the clarity of human voices. For example, if the voice of a news announcer
is indistinct, you can turn up this setting to make the voice clearer. Conversely, if you
are watching a sports programme, you can turn down this setting to soften the voice
of the commentator.
Sound Booster
Gives sound more impact by compensating for phase effects in speakers.
Dual Sound
Selects the sound from the speaker for a stereo or bilingual broadcast.
The selection varies, depending on the Broadcasting.
Broadcasting
Selection
NICAM stereo
Stereo (stereo sound)
Mono (regular sound)
NICAM bilingual
Main (main sound)
Sub (sub sound)
Mono (regular sound)
NICAM monaural
Main (main sound)
Mono (regular sound)
A2 (German) stereo
Stereo (stereo sound)
Mono (regular sound)
A2 (German) bilingual
Main (main sound)
Sub (sub sound)
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• If the signal is very weak, the sound becomes monaural automatically.
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM programme, select “Mono”. The sound
becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced.
• The “Dual Sound” setting is memorized for each programme position.
• You cannot receive a stereo broadcast signal when “Mono” is selected for the programme
position.
• You cannot receive stereo or dual sound when “Low” or “High” is selected in “Audio Filter”
(page 40).
z
If you select other equipment connected to the TV, set “Dual Sound” to “Stereo”, “Main” or
“Sub”. However, when the external equipment connected to the HDMI jack is selected, this is
fixed to “Stereo” (except when using the audio in jacks).
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Screen menu (except for PC input)
You can select the options listed below on the
“Screen” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer
to “Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Target Inputs
For the input currently being viewed, select whether to use the common setting or to
set each item separately.
“Common”: Applies common settings whose adjustments are shared with other
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to “Common”.
Current input name (e.g. Video 1): Allows you to set each option separately for the
current input.
z
Set each input to “Common” if you require the same settings to apply to each input.
For details about “Wide Mode”, see “To change the Wide Mode manually” on page
15.
Auto Wide
Automatically changes “Wide Mode” according to the broadcast signal. To keep
your setting, select “Off”.
z
Even if “Auto Wide” is set to “On” or “Off”, you can always modify the Wide Mode by
pressing
repeatedly.
4:3 Default
Selects the default Wide Mode for use with 4:3 broadcasts.
“Wide Zoom”: Enlarges the 4:3 picture to fill the 16:9 screen, keeping the original
image as much as possible.
“Normal”: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in the correct proportions.
“Off”: Keeps the current “Wide Mode” setting when the channel or input is
changed.
Display Area
Adjusts the screen area for displaying the picture.
“Full Pixel”: Displays the picture for 1080i or 1080p sources in the original size
when parts of the picture are cut off.
“+1”: Displays the original picture area. This setting can be selected for HDMI input
signals except for 1080i or 1080p signals.
“Normal”: Displays the recommended picture area.
“-1”/“-2”: Enlarges the picture to hide the edge of the picture.
Horizontal Shift
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Vertical Shift
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when “Wide Mode” is set to “Wide
Zoom” or “Zoom”.
Vertical Size
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when “Wide Mode” is set to “Wide Zoom”.
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Wide Mode
Screen menu (for PC input)
When you select the PC input, you can select the
options listed below on the “Screen” menu. To select
options in “Settings”, refer to “Navigating through
menus” (page 26).
Auto Adjustment
Automatically adjusts the display position, phase and pitch of the picture when the
TV receives an input signal from the connected PC.
z
“Auto Adjustment” may not work well with certain input signals. In such cases, manually
adjust “Phase”, “Pitch”, “Horizontal Shift” and “Vertical Shift”.
Reset
Resets all the “Screen” settings for PC input to the factory settings.
Phase
Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers.
Pitch
Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted vertical stripes.
Horizontal Shift
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Vertical Shift
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
Wide Mode
Selects a Wide Mode for displaying input from your PC.
“Normal”: Displays the picture in its original size.
“Full 1”: Enlarges the picture to fill the vertical display area, keeping its original
horizontal-to-vertical aspect ratio.
“Full 2”: Enlarges the picture to fill the display area.
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Video Settings menu
You can select the options listed below on the “Video
Settings” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer
to “Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Motion Enhancer
Provides smoother picture movement and reduces picture blur.
“High”: Provides smoother picture movement such as for film-based contents.
“Standard”: Provides smooth picture movement. Use this setting for standard use.
“Off”: Use this setting when the “High” and “Standard” settings result in noise.
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Depending on the video, you may not see the effect visually, even if you have changed the
setting.
Cinema Drive
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If the image contains irregular signals or too much noise, “Cinema Drive” will be automatically
turned off even if “Auto 1” or “Auto 2” is selected.
Game/Text Mode
Provides the optimum screen for viewing images with fine lines and characters that
are input from video game equipment and PCs. Set to “On” for the sharp display of
fine lines or characters.
Video/Photo
Provides suitable image quality by selecting the option depending on the input
source (video or photograph data).
“Video-A”: Sets suitable image quality, depending on the input source, video data
or photograph data when directly connecting Sony HDMI output-capable equipment
that supports “Video-A” mode.
“Video”: Produces suitable image quality for moving pictures.
“Photo”: Produces suitable image quality for still images.
~
The setting is fixed to “Video” when Video-A mode is not supported on the connected
equipment, even if “Video-A” is selected.
x.v.Colour
Displays moving pictures that is more faithful to the original source by matching the
colour space of source.
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The setting is fixed to “Normal” when the input signal is HDMI (RGB), even if “x.v.Colour”
is selected.
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Provides improved picture movement when playing DVD or VCR images taken on
film, reducing picture blur and graininess.
“Auto 1”: Provides smoother picture movement than the original film-based
content. Use this setting for standard use.
“Auto 2”: Provides the original film-based content as is.
“Off”: Turns off the “Cinema Drive” feature.
Photo Colour Space
Selects the option to match the output colour space within the output signal from the
equipment connected to the HDMI or component input jacks. Select “sYCC” when
using the equipment that supports “x.v.Colour”.
~
The setting is fixed to “sRGB” when the input signal is HDMI (RGB), even if “sYCC” is
selected.
Colour Matrix
Usually used in the factory setting (Video 1, 2, 3 (Composite and S video input
signal) is set to “ITU601”, and HD/DVD 1, 2 (Component input signal) is set to
“Auto”). If the colour tone of the picture from the input source does not match the
colour standard and looks unnatural, select either “ITU601” or “ITU709”, which
normalizes the colour tone.
RGB Dynamic Range
Produces natural colour by changing the luminance tone reproduction of HDMI
input colour signals (RGB). Set to “Auto” for standard use. Change the settings only
when the luminance tone of the display is unnatural.
Colour System
Selects the colour system (“Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58” or
“NTSC4.43”) according to the input signal from the input source.
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Audio Settings menu
You can select the options listed below on the “Audio
Settings” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer
to “Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Variable
Turns on/off the TV’s internal speakers.
“TV Speaker”: The TV speakers are turned on in order to listen to the TV’s sound
through the TV speakers.
“Audio System”: The TV speakers are turned off in order to listen to the TV’s sound
only through your external audio equipment connected to the audio output jacks.
When HDMI control compatible equipment is connected, you can turn on the
equipment whose operations are linked to the TV. This setting must be made after
connecting the equipment.
Headphone Settings
i Speaker Link
Switches the TV’s internal speakers on/off when headphones are connected.
“On”: Sound is output only from headphones.
“Off”: Sound is output from both the TV and headphones.
i Volume
Adjusts the volume of the headphones when “i Speaker Link” is set to “Off”.
Audio Out
“Variable”: The audio output from your audio system can be controlled by the TV’s
remote.
“Fixed”: The audio output of the TV is fixed. Use your audio receiver’s volume
control to adjust the volume (and other audio settings) through your audio system.
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Using Menu Functions
Speaker
Set-up menu
You can select the options listed below on the “Setup” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to
“Navigating through menus” (page 26).
Timer Settings
Sets the timer to turn on/off the TV.
Sleep Timer
Sets a period of time after which the TV automatically switches itself into standby
mode.
When “Sleep Timer” is activated, the (Timer) indicator on the TV front panel
lights up in orange.
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• If you turn off the TV and turn it on again, “Sleep Timer” is reset to “Off”.
• A notification message appears on the screen one minute before the TV switches to standby
mode.
On Timer
Sets the timer to turn on the TV from standby mode.
“Day”: Selects the day on which you want to activate the “On Timer”.
“Time”: Sets the time to turn on the TV.
“Duration”: Selects the time period after which the TV automatically switches to
standby mode again.
“Volume Set-up”: Sets the volume for when the timer turns on the TV.
Clock Set
Sets the clock using the following menu selections in “Time Adjustment”.
“Auto”: The clock is set automatically when a digitally broadcast time signal is
received.
“Manual”: Sets the clock manually when digital channels have not been stored, or
when you cannot receive the time correctly. Set the “Day” and “Time”.
Video Labels
Assigns a name to any equipment connected to the side and rear jacks. The name will
be displayed briefly on the screen when the equipment is selected. You can skip input
signals from connected equipment that you do not want displayed on the screen.
1 Press F/f to select the desired input source, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the desired option below, then press .
Equipment labels: Uses one of the preset labels to assign a name to connected
equipment.
“Edit:”: Creates your own label. Follow steps 2 to 4 of “Programme Labels”
(page 39).
“Skip”: Skips an unnecessary input source.
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Auto S Video
Selects the input signal from S video jacks
1 or 2 when
/
1 or 2 jacks are
both connected.
“On”: Switches automatically between the S video jack and the composite video
jacks depending on the cable connection.
“Off”: Activates the composite video jacks.
HDMI Set-up
This is used to set the HDMI control compatible equipment connected to the HDMI
jacks. Note that the link setting must also be made on the side of the HDMI control
compatible equipment that is connected.
HDMI Control
Sets whether or not to link the operations of the HDMI control compatible equipment
and the TV. When set to “On”, the following menu items can be performed.
Auto Devices Off
When this is set to “On”, any connected HDMI control compatible equipment will
be turned off with the TV.
Auto TV On
When this is set to “On”, the TV turns on when any connected HDMI control
compatible equipment is turned on.
HDMI Device List
Displays the connected HDMI control compatible equipment.
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Auto Start-up
Starts the initial set-up to tune in all available digital and analogue channels and set
the time.
Usually, you do not need to do this operation because channels already tuned when
the TV was first installed (page 6).
However, this option allows you to repeat the process (e.g. to retune the TV after
moving house, or to search for new channels that have been launched by
broadcasters).
Power Saving
Selects the power saving mode to reduce the power consumption of the TV.
When “Picture Off” is selected, the picture is switched off and the
(Picture Off)
indicator on the TV front panel lights up in green. The sound remains unchanged.
Light Sensor
“On”: Automatically optimises the picture settings according to the ambient light in
the room.
“Off”: Turns off the “Light Sensor” feature.
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Be sure not to put anything over the sensor, as its function may be affected. See page 13 for
further information on the sensor.
Logo Illumination
Lights up and turns off the Sony logo on the front of the TV.
PC Power Management Switches the TV to standby mode if no signal is received for 30 seconds in the PC
input.
Product Information
Displays your TV’s product information.
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Using Menu Functions
You cannot use “HDMI Control” if the TV operations are linked to the operations of an audio
system that is compatible with HDMI control.
All Reset
Resets all settings to the factory settings and then displays the “Auto Start-up”
screen.
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• Be sure not to turn the TV off during this period (it takes about 30 seconds) or press any
buttons.
• All settings, including Favourite List, auto tuned channels, etc. will be reset.
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Analogue Set-up menu
You can select the options listed below on the
“Analogue Set-up” menu. To select options in
“Settings”, refer to “Navigating through menus”
(page 26).
1 Digit Direct
When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you can select an analogue channel using one
preset number button (0 – 9) on the remote.
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When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you cannot select channel numbers 10 and above entering
two digits using the remote.
Tunes in all the available analogue channels.
This option allows you to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new
channels that have been launched by broadcasters.
Programme Sorting
Changes the order in which the analogue channels are stored on the TV.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to move to a new position, then
press .
2 Press F/f to select the new position for your channel, then press .
Programme Labels
Assigns a channel name of your choice up to five letters or numbers. The name will
be displayed briefly on the screen when the channel is selected. (Names for channels
are usually taken automatically from Text (if available).)
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to name, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the desired letter or number (“_” for a blank space),
then press g.
If you input a wrong character
Press G/g to select the wrong character. Then, press F/f to select the correct
character.
To delete all the characters
Select “Reset”, then press
.
3 Repeat the procedure in step 2 until the name is completed.
4 Select “OK”, then press .
Programme Block
Blocks an individual channel from being watched.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to block, then press
2 Press F/f to select “Block”, then press .
.
To watch the channel, select “Allow”.
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Using Menu Functions
Auto Tuning
Manual Programme
Preset
Before selecting “Label”/“AFT”/“Audio Filter”/“Skip”/“Colour System”, press
PROG +/– to select the programme number with the channel. You cannot select a
programme number that is set to “Skip” (page 40).
Programme/TV System
Presets programme channels manually.
1 Press F/f to select “Programme”, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the programme number you want to manually tune (if
tuning a VCR, select channel 00), then press .
3 Press F/f to select “TV System”, then press .
4 Press F/f to select the best received TV broadcast systems, then
press .
5 Press F/f to select “VHF Low”, “VHF High” or “UHF” then press .
6 Press G/g until the desired channel’s broadcast appears on the TV
screen, then press .
Label
Assigns a name of your choice, up to five letters or numbers, to the selected channel.
This name will be displayed briefly on the screen when the channel is selected.
To input characters, follow steps 2 to 4 of “Programme Labels” (page 39).
AFT
Allows you to fine-tune the selected programme number manually if you feel that a
slight tuning adjustment will improve the picture quality.
You can adjust the fine tuning over a range of –15 to +15. When “On” is selected,
the fine tuning is performed automatically.
Audio Filter
Improves the sound for individual channels in the case of distortion in mono
broadcasts. Sometimes a non-standard broadcast signal can cause sound distortion or
intermittent sound muting when watching mono programmes.
If you do not experience any sound distortion, we recommend that you leave this
option set to the factory setting “Off”.
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You cannot receive stereo or dual sound when “Low” or “High” is selected.
Skip
Skips unused analogue channels when you press PROG +/– to select channels. (You
can still select a skipped channel using the number buttons.)
Colour System
Selects the colour system (“Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”, “NTSC3.58”, or
“NTSC4.43”) according to the channel.
Signal Level
Displays the signal level for programme currently being watched.
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Digital Set-up menu
You can select the options listed below on the “Digital
Set-up” menu. To select options in “Settings”, refer to
“Navigating through menus” (page 26).
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Some functions may not be available in some areas.
Digital Settings
Displays the “Digital Settings” menu.
Audio Set-up
This option enables you to enjoy audio in various environments.
“Audio Output Control”: Sets the priority for digital audio output (optical) (when
“Dolby Digital” and “MPEG” audio are available).
“MPEG Audio Adjustment”: Adjusts MPEG audio Control level to Dolby Digital
audio level.
Digital Tuning
Displays the “Digital Tuning” menu.
Full Scan
Tunes in all the available digital channels.
Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels were already tuned
when the TV was first installed (page 6). However, this option allows you to repeat
the process (e.g. to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels
that have been launched by broadcasters). For details, refer to “Auto-tuning the TV”
on page 7.
Quick Scan
Tunes in all the expected digital channels in your area.
Usually you do not need to do this operation because the channels were already tuned
when the TV was first installed (page 6). However, this option allows you to repeat
the process (e.g. to retune the TV after moving house, or to search for new channels
that have been launched by broadcasters). For details, refer to “Auto-tuning the TV”
on page 6.
Manual Scan
This option allows channels to be manually tuned and stored. Due to the technical
nature of the settings, it is recommended that only experienced service personnel use
this option.
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Using Menu Functions
Time Set-up
Sets the time zone in which you are using the TV. For details, refer to “Auto-tuning
the TV” on page 7.
Favourite Preset
Presets Favourite List 1 and Favourite List 2.
1 Press F/f to select “Favourite List 1” or “Favourite List 2”, then press .
2 Press F/f to select the desired allocation number, then press .
3 Press F/f to select the channel you want to allocate, then press .
To overwrite a new channel selection (over one that has been pre-allocated), follow
step 3 to select the newly desired channel, then press .
To delete a pre-allocated channel, follow step 2 (to select the desired channel), then
select “Delete” in step 3.
Parental Control
Sets a parental guidance level. Programmes that exceed the set level can only be
watched after entering the correct password. The password is initially set to “0000”.
If you want to change the password, follow “To change the password” (see below).
1 Press the number buttons to enter your password.
2 Press F/f to select “Parental Rating”, then press .
3 Press F/f to select the level you want to set (refer to the table below),
then press .
Level
Function
Block All
All programmes need a password to view.
Block G and above
To lock “General” and above programmes.
Block PG and above
To lock “Parental Guidance” and above programmes.
Block M and above
To lock “Mature” and above programmes.
Block MA and above
To lock “Mature Adult” and above programmes.
Block AV and above
To lock “Adult/Violence” and above programmes.
Block R and above
To lock “Restricted” and above programmes.
No Block (default setting)
No programmes need a password to view.
To change the password
Select “Change Password” in step 2 above, then press . Enter the new password
using the number buttons. Enter the new password again.
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Additional Information
Specifications
Model name
System
Panel System
TV System
Colour/Video System
Channel Coverage
Sound Output
Input/Output jacks
Antenna
1, 2
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
1/
2
HDMI IN 1, 2, 3
KDL-40XBR/40X3100
KDL-46XBR/46X3100
KDL-52XBR/52X3100
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel
Analogue: I, D/K, B/G, M
Digital: DVB-T
Analogue: PAL, SECAM, NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43 (only Video In)
Digital: MP@HL and MP@ML
Analogue:
B/G:VHF: E2 to E12 / UHF: E21 to E69 /CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
VHF: 0 to 12, 5A, 9A / UHF: 28 to 69 /CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S44 (Australia only)
VHF: 1 to 11 / UHF: 21 to 69 /CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41(New Zealand only)
I: UHF: B21 to B69 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K:VHF: C1 to C12, R1 to R12 /UHF: C13 to C57, R21 to R60 /CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to
S41, Z1 to Z39
M: VHF: A2 to A13 / UHF: A14 to A79 /CATV: A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
Digital: VHF/UHF
11 W + 11 W
75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF
S video input (4-pin mini DIN)
Video input (phono jack)
Audio input (phono jacks): 500 mVrms, Impedance: 47 kilohms
Supported formats: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, 0.3V negative sync/PB/CB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/
PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Video: 1080/24p, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Audio: Two channel linear PCM
32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits
Analogue audio input (phono jacks): 500 mVrms, Impedance: 47 kilohms (HDMI IN 1 only)
Video output (phono jack)
DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) (digital optical jack)/Audio output (phono jacks)
(RGB)
i
PC Input (D-sub 15-pin) (see page 44)
G: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green/B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/
R: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms/HD: 1-5 Vp-p/VD: 1-5 Vp-p
PC audio input (minijack)
Headphones jack
USB port
Power and others
Power Requirements
Screen Size
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz
40 inches (Approx. 101.6 cm
measured diagonally)
46 inches (Approx. 116.8 cm
measured diagonally)
Display Resolution
Power Consumption
Standby Power Consumption*
Dimensions
(with stand)
(w × h × d)
(without stand)
1,920 dots (horizontal) × 1,080 lines (vertical)
Mass
(with stand)
(without stand)
Supplied Accessories
Optional Accessories
260 W
52 inches (Approx. 132.2 cm
measured diagonally)
300 W
350 W
Approx. 1,111 × 717 × 322 mm
Approx. 1,262 × 795 × 322 mm
Approx. 1,415 × 890 × 384 mm
Approx. 1,111 × 657 × 123 mm/
Approx. 1,111 × 657 × 121 mm
Approx. 1,262 × 734 × 123 mm/
Approx. 1,262 × 734 × 121 mm
Approx. 1,415 × 827 × 125 mm/
Approx. 1,415 × 827 × 123 mm
Approx. 31.0 kg
Approx. 38.0 kg
Approx. 49.0 kg
Approx. 26.0 kg
Approx. 33.0 kg
Approx. 42.0 kg
0.3 W
Refer to “1: Checking the accessories” on page 4.
Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL500
Colour Variation Unit CRUColour Variation Unit CRU40X1 (for KDL-40X3100)
46X1 (for KDL-46X3100)
Colour Variation Unit CRU52X1 (for KDL-52X3100)
* Specified standby power is reached after the TV finishes necessary internal processes.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Additional Information
PC IN
PC Input Signal Reference Chart
Signals
Horizontal (Pixel)
VGA
WXGA
SXGA
HDTV
Horizontal
frequency
(kHz)
Vertical
Standard
frequency (Hz)
640
480
31.5
60
VGA
640
480
37.5
75
VESA
720
400
31.5
70
VGA-T
800
600
37.9
60
VESA Guidelines
800
600
46.9
75
VESA
1024
768
48.4
60
VESA Guidelines
1024
768
56.5
70
VESA
1024
768
60.0
75
VESA
1280
768
47.4
60
VESA
1280
768
47.8
60
VESA
1280
768
60.3
75
1360
768
47.7
60
VESA
1280
1024
64.0
60
VESA
1280
1024
80.0
75
VESA
1920
1080
67.5
60
SVGA
XGA
Vertical (Line)
• This TV’s PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync.
• This TV’s PC input does not support interlaced signals.
• For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use the signals (boldfaced) in the above chart with a 60 Hz vertical frequency
from a personal computer. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be selected automatically.
i-Plate Display Language Code
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Af
Afrikaans
El
Greek
Ita
Italian
Spa
Spanish
Afr
Afrikaans
Ell
Greek
Jpn
Japanese
Tam
Tamil
Ar
Arabic
En
English
Kan
Kannada
Tel
Telugu
Ara
Arabic
Eng
English
Kor
Korean
Zho
Chinese
Aus
Australian
Fr
French
Mal
Malayalam
U1
Unknown 1
Ben
Bengali
Fra
French
Nl
Dutch
U2
Unknown 2
Bn
Bengali
Fre
French
Nld
Dutch
Chi
Chinese
Gem
German
Pan
Panjabi
De
German
Ger
German
Por
Portuguese
Deu
German
Gre
Greek
Raj
Rajasthani
Dut
Dutch
Hi
Hindi
Rus
Russian
Egy
Egyptian
Hin
Hindi
San
Sanskrit
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Cleaning
Troubleshooting
Clean the ventilation holes of this TV set regularly
(once a month). If dust accumulates, the cooling fan
may not operate properly.
Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is
flashing in red.
Ventilation holes
When it is flashing
The self-diagnosis function is activated.
1 Count how many 1 (standby) indicator
flashes between each two second break.
For example, the indicator flashes three times, then
there is a two second break, followed by another
three flashes, etc.
2
Press 1 on the right side of the TV to turn it
off, disconnect the AC power cord, and
inform your dealer or Sony service centre of
how the indicator flashes (number of
flashes).
When it is not flashing
1 Check the items listed below.
2 If the problem still persists, have your TV
serviced by qualified service personnel.
Picture
No picture (screen is dark) and no sound
• Check the antenna connection.
• Connect the TV to the AC power outlet, and press 1 on
the right side of the TV.
• If the 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press TV "/1.
Double images or ghosting
• Check the antenna connection.
• Check the antenna location and direction.
Only snow and noise appear on the screen
• Check if the antenna is broken or bent.
• Check if the antenna has reached the end of its serviceable
life (three to five years in normal use, one to two years at
the seaside).
Distorted picture (dotted lines or stripes)
• Keep the TV away from electrical noise sources such as
cars, motorcycles, hair-dryers or optical equipment.
• When installing optional equipment, leave some space
between the optional equipment and the TV.
• Make sure that the antenna is connected using the supplied
antenna cable.
• Keep the antenna cable away from other connecting
cables.
Picture or sound noise when viewing a TV channel
• Adjust “AFT” (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better
picture reception (page 40).
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Additional Information
No picture or no menu information from equipment
connected to the video input jack
• Press
/
to display the connected equipment list,
then select the desired input.
• Check the connection between the optional equipment and
the TV.
Some tiny black points and/or bright points appear
on the screen
• The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny
black points and/or bright points (pixels) on the screen do
not indicate a malfunction.
No colour on programmes
• Select “Reset” (page 27).
The “Store Display Mode: On” message appears
on the screen
• Select “All Reset” in the “Set-up” menu (page 38).
The picture contours are disrupted
• Select “Standard” or “Off” in “Motion Enhancer”
(page 33).
No colour or irregular colour when viewing a
signal from the
1 or 2 jacks
• Check the connection of the
1 or 2 jacks and check if
each jacks are firmly seated in their respective jacks.
The recorded images appear enlarged when they
are played on a 4:3 screen size TV
• The images of digital broadcasting recorded on this TV
appear enlarged when they are played on a 4:3 screen size
TV that cannot be adjusted to other aspect modes.
Sound
Forgotten Parental Control password
• Select “All Reset” in the “Set-up” menu (page 38).
No sound, but good picture
• Press 2 +/– or % (Mute).
• Check if the “Speaker” is set to “TV Speaker” (page 35).
• When using HDMI input with Super Audio CD or DVDAudio, DIGITAL OUT (Optical) may not provide audio
signal.
There is a whirring sound
• This is the sound of internal fans of the TV (except for
KDL-52XBR/52X3100). This is not a malfunction.
Channels
The desired channel cannot be selected
• Switch between digital and analogue mode and select the
desired digital/analogue channel.
Some channels are blank
• Scrambled/Subscription only channel. Subscribe to the
pay TV service.
• Channel is used only for data (no picture or sound).
• Contact the broadcaster for transmission details.
Digital channels are not displayed
• Contact a local installer to find out if digital transmissions
are provided in your area.
• Upgrade to a higher gain antenna.
Some channels cannot be selected
• Once you select a channel within your Favourite List of
channels, pressing PROG +/– will select only channels
from your Favourite List. To select a channel that has not
been programmed as a Favourite List channel, use the
Program List feature or the number buttons.
General
The TV turns off automatically (the TV enters
standby mode)
• Check if the “Sleep Timer” is activated, or confirm the
“Duration” setting of “On Timer” (page 36).
The TV turns on automatically
• Check if the “On Timer” is activated (page 36).
Some input sources cannot be selected
• Select “Video Labels” and cancel “Skip” of the input
source (page 36).
The remote does not function
• Replace the batteries.
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Weak signal (signal level indicator (page 40)
displayed in red)
• Check the antenna connection.
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