Sony BRAVIA 4-146-428-11(1) User's Manual

LCD Digital Colour TV
Operating Instructions
KDL-52EX1
KDL-46EX1
KDL-40EX1
© 2009 Sony Corporation
4-146-428-11(1)
NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS
IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment
for your safety and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced with the
same rating of fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e.,
marked with
or
) must be used.
When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with the
same rating of fuse, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a
13 AMP FUSE at the distribution board.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover,
be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use
the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover,
please contact your nearest Sony service station.
FUSE
How to replace the fuse
2. TV wireless system can only be used in the following countries:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak
Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey,
and The United Kingdom.
When using the TV wireless system, channels 36 to 48 (5.155.25GHz) are selectable for indoor use only.
TV Wireless System - Regulation
Information
For Customers in Italy
s with respect to private use, by the Legislative Decree of
1.8.2003, no. 259 ("Code of Electronic Communications"). In
particular Article 104 indicates when the prior obtainment of a
general authorization is required and Art. 105 indicates when
free use is permitted;
s with respect to the supply to the public of the RLAN access to
telecom networks and services (e.g. TV wireless system), by the
Ministerial Decree 28.5.2003, as amended, and Art. 25 (general
authorization for electronic communications networks and
services) of the Code of electronic communications
s with respect to private use, by the Ministerial Decree
12.07.2007
Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace
the fuse.
Please refer to the illustration that actually equipped with the
product.
For Customers in Norway
Introduction
The end user must register the TV Wireless system in the
Department of Electronic Communications (P.I. 6/2006 and P.I.
6A/2006). P.I. 6/2006 is the Radiocommunications (Categories of
Stations Subject to General Authorization and Registration) Order
of 2006. P.I. 6A/2006 is the General Authorization for the use of
Radiofrequencies by Radio Local area Networks and by Wireless
Access Systems, including Radio Local Area Networks (WAS/
RLAN).
Thank you for choosing this Sony product.
Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly and
retain it for future reference.
The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1
Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. The Authorized
Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony
Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,
Germany. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to
the addresses given in separate service or guarantee
documents.
Notice for Digital TV function
s Any functions related to Digital TV (
) will only work in
countries or areas where DVB-T (MPEG-2 and H.264/MPEG-4
AVC) digital terrestrial signals are broadcast or where you have
access to a compatible DVB-C (MPEG-2 and H.264/MPEG-4
AVC) cable service. Please confirm with your local dealer if
you can receive a DVB-T signal where you live or ask your
cable provider if their DVB-C cable service is suitable for
integrated operation with this TV.
s The cable provider may charge an additional fee for such a
service and you may be required to agree to their terms and
conditions of business.
s Although this TV set follows DVB-T and DVB-C
specifications, compatibility with future DVB-T digital
terrestrial and DVB-C digital cable broadcasts cannot be
guaranteed.
s Some Digital TV functions may not be available in some
countries/regions and DVB-C cable may not operate correctly
with all providers.
s For more information about DVB-C functionality please see
our cable support site:
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/DVBC/
Use of this radio equipment is not allowed in the geographical area
within a radius of 20 km from the centre of Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard.
For Customers in Cyprus
Trademark information
s
is a registered trademark of the DVB Project
s Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby
and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
s HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
s “BRAVIA” and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
s “XMB” and “xross media bar” are the trademarks of Sony
Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Notice for Identification Label
Model No. and Power Supply rating (in accordance with applicable
safety regulation) label is located on the underside of the media
receiver.
Notice for Wireless Signal
1. Hereby, Sony, declares that this unit is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
To obtain the declaration of conformity (DoC) for R&TTE
Directive, please access the following URL address.
http://www.compliance.sony.de/
Identification
label
INDEPENDENT JPEG GROUP
SOFTWARE
The module, libjpeg is the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
© copyright 1991-1998. Thomas G.Lane. ALL right reserved
2 GB
Table of Contents
Start-up Guide
4
Safety Information .......................................................................................................................... 12
Precautions ..................................................................................................................................... 14
Remote and Unit Controls/Indicators ........................................................................................... 15
Watching TV
Watching TV.................................................................................................................................... 20
Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Using the Digital Favourite list
..................................................... 22
........................................................................................... 23
Using Optional Equipment
Connecting Chart ........................................................................................................................... 24
Viewing Pictures from Connected Equipment............................................................................. 26
Using USB Photo Viewer ............................................................................................................... 27
Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI ................................................................................. 28
Using MENU Functions
Navigating through Media Receiver Home Menu (XMB™) ......................................................... 29
Settings ........................................................................................................................................... 30
Navigating through Monitor Home Menu ..................................................................................... 38
Additional Information
Installing the Accessories (Wall-Mount Bracket) ........................................................................ 44
Specifications ................................................................................................................................. 46
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 49
: for digital channels only
Before operating the TV, please read the “Safety information” section of this manual.
Retain this manual for future reference.
3 GB
Start-up Guide
1: Checking the unit and
accessories
Monitor (1)
2: Connecting an aerial/Set
Top Box/recorder (e.g. DVD
recorder) to the media
receiver
Connecting a Set Top Box/recorder (e.g.
DVD recorder) with SCART
Media receiver (1)
Mains lead for monitor (with ferrite core) (1)
Do not remove the ferrite core.
Media receiver
Mains lead for mains adaptor (1)
Mains adaptor for media receiver (1)
Scart lead
Mains lead holder (1)
Screws (PSW 4×8) (2)
Remote RMF-ED001W (1)
Size AA batteries (R6 type) (2)
IR Blaster (Y-cable) (2)
Stand for media receiver (1)
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Set Top Box/recorder (e.g. DVD recorder)
Connecting a Set Top Box/recorder (e.g.
DVD recorder) with HDMI
3: Preventing the monitor
from toppling over
Start-up Guide
IN
Media receiver
HDMI cable
Set Top Box/recorder (e.g. DVD recorder)
~
• You can also connect equipment to the HDMI
input on the left side of the monitor.
1 Install a wood screw (4 mm in diameter,
not supplied) in the monitor stand.
2 Install a machine screw (M6 x 12-15, not
supplied) into the screw hole of the
monitor.
3 Tie the wood screw and the machine
screw with a strong cord.
5 GB
4: Connecting the mains
lead
~
• Make sure to secure the mains lead.
• To ensure compliance with current EMC
legislation, ensure the following conditions are
met.
• Fix the mains lead holder (supplied) after
checking the mains lead is in the groove of the
mains lead holder (supplied) to avoid scratching
the mains lead.
Inserting batteries into the remote
Push and lift the cover to open.
~
1
AC
IN
Ferrite core
Monitor
to mains socket
2
5: Performing the initial setup
3
Screws (supplied)
• 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.
Establishing the wireless
communication between the unit
~
Mains lead holder
(supplied)
DC
IN
18V
• This unit can be placed in the same room.
• Keep about 30 cm to 20 m distance between the
monitor and media receiver when installing.
• Keep clear the area between the monitor and
media receiver. Otherwise the picture may
deteriorate.
• Rearrange the installation position of the monitor
and media receiver in case of fuzzy picture.
• Do not place either unit on a metallic rack.
• Do not use two units or more at the same time in
an area of radio interference.
1 Press 1 to turn on the unit power.
POWER button
Media receiver
to mains
socket
6 GB
Media receiver
POWER button
~
• If the remote does not work, press F/f/G/g/ on
the media receiver (page 18) to select the
language. The remote registration screen appears.
.
Start-up Guide
2 Select “OK” then press
Monitor
2 Check the LINK indicator on the media
receiver.
If wireless communication between the
media receiver and monitor is established,
this indicator lights up.
LINK indicator
Next, the Media Receiver Initial Set-up will start.
Please make sure the Media Receiver is on.
OK
3 Press F/f to select the country in which
you will operate the unit, then press
.
LINK
Country
Select country
-
LINK
United Kingdom
Ireland
Nederland
België/Belgique
Luxembourg
Performing the initial set-up
France
Italia
TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
If the country in which you want to use
the unit does not appear in the list, select
“-” instead of a country.
EXT
COMPONENT
4 Press F/f to select the location type in
which you will operate the unit, then press
.
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
AUDIO
~
• Select “Home” for the best monitor settings
to use the monitor in the home.
1-10
Location
Select location
Home
Shop
When you switch on the unit for the first
time, the Language menu appears on the
screen.
1 Press F/f/G/g to select the language
displayed on the menu screens, then press
.
5 Select “OK” then press .
Auto Tuning
Language
Do you want to start Auto Tuning?
English
Español
ББлгарски
Nederlands
Català
Suomi
Français
Português
Dansk
Italiano
Polski
Svenska
Deutsch
Česky
Norsk
Magyar
Slovenčina
Русский
Română
Türkçe
OK
Cancel
(Continued)
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6 Press F/f to select “Antenna” or “Cable”,
then press
.
If you select “Cable”, the screen for
selecting the scan type appears. See “To
tune the unit for Cable connection”
(page 8).
The unit starts searching for all available
digital channels, followed by all available
analogue channels. This may take some
time, so do not press any buttons on the
unit or remote while proceeding.
~
• When a digital broadcast channel cannot be
received, or when selecting a country in which
there are no digital broadcasts in step 3, the time
must be set after performing step 7.
To tune the unit for Cable connection
1 Press .
2 Press F/f to select “Quick Scan” or “Full
Scan”, then press
“Quick Scan” : channels are tuned
according to the cable operator
information within the broadcast signal.
Recommended setting for “Frequency”,
“Network ID” and “Symbol Rate” is
“Auto”.
This option is recommended for fast
tuning when supported by your cable
operator.
If the “Quick Scan” does not tune, please
use the “Full Scan” method below.
“Full Scan” : All available channels are
tuned and stored. This procedure may take
some time.
This option is recommended when “Quick
Scan” is not supported by your cable
provider.
For further information about supported
cable providers, refer to support web site:
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/
DVBC/
If a message appears for you to confirm
the aerial connection
No digital or analogue channels were
found. Check all the aerial/cable
connection and then press to start autotuning again.
7 When the “Programme Sorting” menu
appears on the screen, follow the steps of
“Programme Sorting” (page 34).
If you do not change the order in which
the analogue channels are stored on the
unit, press
RETURN to go to step 8.
8
Quick Start
Do you want to enable Quick Start?
TV turns on more quickly but standby power
consumption is increased.
Yes
.
No
3 Press f to select “Start”, then press .
The unit starts searching for channels. Do
not press any buttons on the unit or
remote.
For details, see page 30.
9
Control for HDMI
~
Do you want to enable control for compatible
HDMI devices?
Choosing "Yes" will increase
standby power consumption.
Yes
No
For details, see page 28.
10 Press .
The unit has now tuned in all the available
channels.
8 GB
• Some cable providers do not support “Quick
Scan”. If no channels are detected using “Quick
Scan”, perform “Full Scan”.
4 Press F/f to select “IR Blaster Set-up”,
6: Operating optional
equipment using the remote
then press .
The “IR Blaster Set-up” screen appears.
Turn the power of the media receiver off
before connecting the IR Blaster.
Attach the IR Blaster near the remote sensor
(IR) of the equipment.
Inputs
Type
Make
Code
AV1
AV2
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
Component
Blu-ray Disc
-
Sony
-
1
-
Start-up Guide
IR Blaster Set-up
Connecting IR Blaster to the optional
equipment
5 Press F/f to select “Inputs” to register the
remote, then select the following items:
Media receiver
IR BLASTER
Type: Connected equipment category.
Make: Maker of the equipment.
Code: IR code. The default IR code “1”
appears when the maker of the equipment
is selected.
Test: Tests the power of the equipment
currently being set. Make sure the power
of the equipment turns on and off.
IR
Blaster
If the equipment is not working, or
some of the functions do not work
Optional equipment
Performing the IR Blaster Set-up
By setting “IR Blaster Set-up”, this remote can
control most Sony Blu-ray Disc players, DVD
players, DVD recorders, and AV receivers, or
those of other manufacturers. Follow the steps
below to programme the remote.
Enter the correct code or its alternatives (if
available) shown in the list in step 5. Note that
the list may not include codes for all models of
all brands.
~
• This function is not guaranteed to work with all
devices.
1 Press HOME on the remote.
2 Press G/g to select “Settings”.
3 Press F/f to select “Media Receiver Setup”, then press
.
(Continued)
9 GB
Using optional equipment
For details, refer to the operating instructions
supplied with the connected equipment. Some
buttons may not work depending on the
connected equipment.
Item
Description
1 BD/DVD
operating
buttons
• ./>: Goes to the
beginning of the previous/
next title/chapter/scene/
track.
•
/ : Replays the scene/
briefly fast forwards the
scene.
• m/M: Fast reverses/fast
forwards the disc when
pressed during playback.
• N: Plays a disc at normal
speed.
• X: Pauses the playback.
• x: Stops the playback.
2 F/f/G/g/3
Selects / confirms an item.
3 HOME
Opens the menu.
1 Press HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, AV1,
AV2 or COMPONENT.
2 Press EXT.
3 While the EXT button lights up, press \/1
to turn the equipment on, then operate the
equipment using the following buttons.
TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
EXT
COMPONENT
1
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
AUDIO
2
3
1
4
7
3
6
9
2
5
8
0
PROG
REC
7
6
REC PAUSE
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
F1
REC STOP
F2
4
5
WIRELESS MENU
TV
z
• The N button has a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot
as a reference when operating other equipment.
10 GB
4 DVD record • z REC: Starts the
buttons
recording.
• X REC PAUSE: Pauses the
recording.
• x REC STOP: Stops the
recording.
5 F1/F2
Selects a function when using
a combination unit (e.g. a
DVD/HDD).
6 BD/DVD
MENU
Displays the BD/DVD disc
menu.
7 BD/DVD
TOP MENU
Displays the top menu of the
BD/DVD disc.
Attaching the Stand for
Media Receiver
Disconnect the mains lead from the monitor
before detaching the Table-Top Stand.
The media receiver can also be used vertically
with the supplied stand.
~
1 Match the lug on the centre of the stand
• Remove the screws guided by the arrow marks
of the monitor.
Do not remove the Table-Top Stand for any
reason other than listed below.
– To wall-mount the monitor.
Do not remove the plastic
cover on the Table-Top
Stand.
and the hole on the right side of the media
receiver.
Stand
11 GB
Start-up Guide
Detaching the Table-Top
Stand from the Monitor
Safety
Information
Ventilation
s Never cover the ventilation holes or insert anything in the
cabinet.
s Leave space around the TV set as shown below.
s It is strongly recommended that you use a Sony wall-mount
bracket in order to provide adequate air-circulation.
Monitor
Installed on the wall
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.
30 cm
10 cm
Installation
s The TV set should be installed near an easily accessible mains
socket.
s Place the TV set on a stable, level surface.
s Only qualified service personnel should carry out wall
installations.
s For safety reasons, it is strongly recommended that you use
Sony accessories, including:
– Wall-mount bracket SU-WL500/SU-WL700
s Be sure to use the screws supplied with the Wall-mount bracket
when attaching the mounting hooks to the TV set.
The supplied screws are designed so that they are 8 mm to 12
mm in length when measured from the attaching surface of the
mounting hook.
The diameter and length of the screws differ depending on the
Wall-mount bracket model.
Use of screws other than those supplied may result in internal
damage to the TV set or cause it to fall, etc.
10 cm
10 cm
Leave at least this space around the set.
Installed with stand
30 cm
10 cm
6 cm
10 cm
8mm – 12mm
Leave at least this space around the set.
Screw (supplied with the Wallmount bracket)
Mounting Hook
Hook attachment on rear
of TV set
Media receiver
Installed horizontally
Top
Front
20 cm
Transporting
s Before transporting the TV set,
disconnect all cables.
s Two or three people are needed to
transport a large TV set.
s 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.
s When lifting or moving the TV set,
hold it firmly from the bottom.
s When transporting the TV set, do not
subject it to jolts or excessive
vibration.
s When transporting the TV set for
repairs or when moving, pack it
Be sure to hold the
using the original carton and packing bottom of the panel,
material.
10 cm
8 cm
8 cm
8 cm
8 cm
Leave at least this space around the set.
Installed vertically
Top
Front
20 cm
10 cm
6 cm
6 cm
6 cm
6 cm
not the front part.
Leave at least this space around the set.
s 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.
12 GB
Air circulation is
blocked.
Wall
Air circulation is
blocked.
Wall
When not in use
s If you will not be using the TV set for several days, the TV set
should be disconnected from the mains for environmental and
safety reasons.
s As the TV set is not disconnected from the mains when the TV
set is just turned off, pull the plug from the mains to disconnect
the TV set completely.
s However, some TV sets may have features that require the TV
set to be left in standby to work correctly.
For children
s Do not allow children to climb on the TV set.
s Keep small accessories out of the reach of children, so that they
are not mistakenly swallowed.
If the following problems occur...
Mains lead
Handle the mains lead and socket 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 mains
plug to a mains socket with a protective earthing connection.
Use only mains leads supplied by Sony, not other suppliers.
Insert the plug fully into the mains socket.
Operate the TV set on a 220-240 V AC supply only.
When wiring cables, be sure to unplug the mains lead for your
safety and take care not to catch your feet on the cables.
Disconnect the mains lead from the mains socket before
working on or moving the TV set.
Keep the mains lead away from heat sources.
Unplug the mains 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.
Notes
s Do not use the supplied mains lead on any other equipment.
s Do not pinch, bend, or twist the mains lead excessively. The
core conductors may be exposed or broken.
s Do not modify the mains lead.
s Do not put anything heavy on the mains lead.
s Do not pull on the mains lead itself when disconnecting the
mains lead.
s Do not connect too many appliances to the same mains socket.
s Do not use a poor fitting mains socket.
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:
Turn off the TV set and unplug the mains lead immediately if any
of the following problems occur.
Ask your dealer or Sony service centre to have it checked by
qualified service personnel.
When:
–
–
–
–
Mains lead is damaged.
Poor fitting of mains socket.
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.
NOTE ON MAINS ADAPTOR
Warning
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
apparatus to rain or moisture.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
Do not install this equipment in a confined space, such as a
bookshelf or similar unit.
s Please ensure that the mains socket is installed near the
equipment and shall be easily accessible.
s Be sure to use the supplied mains adaptor and mains lead.
s Do not use any other mains adaptor. It may cause a malfunction.
s Connect the mains adaptor to an easily accessible mains socket.
s Do not coil the mains lead around
the mains adaptor. The core wire
may be cut and/or it may cause a
malfunction of the media receiver.
s Do not touch the mains adaptor
with wet hands.
s If you notice an abnormality in the
mains adaptor, disconnect it from the mains socket
immediately.
s The set is not disconnected from the mains source as long as it
is connected to the mains socket, even if the set itself has been
turned off.
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 set 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 mains socket and aerial during
lightning storms.
Broken pieces:
s Do not throw anything at the TV set. The screen glass may
break by the impact and cause serious injury.
s If the surface of the TV set cracks, do not touch it until you have
unplugged the mains lead. Otherwise electric shock may result.
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Precautions
Viewing the TV
s View the TV in moderate light, as viewing the TV in poor light
or during long period of time, strains your eyes.
s When using headphones, adjust the volume so as to avoid
excessive levels, as hearing damage may result.
LCD Screen
s 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.
s 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.
s 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.
s Ghosting may occur when still pictures are displayed
continuously. It may disappear after a few moments.
s The screen and cabinet get warm when this TV set is in use.
This is not a malfunction.
s The LCD screen contains a small amount of liquid crystal.
Some 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 mains lead connected to the TV set from
mains socket before cleaning.
To avoid material degradation or screen coating degradation,
observe the following precautions.
s 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.
s 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.
s Periodic vacuuming of the ventilation opening is recommended
to ensure to proper ventilation.
Optional Equipment
s Keep optional components or any equipment emitting
electromagnetic radiation away from the TV set. Otherwise
picture distortion and/or noisy sound may occur.
s This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits set out in the EMC Directive using a connection signal
cable shorter than 3 meters.
Wireless Function of the unit
s If wireless equipment using the same frequency (5GHz band) as
the unit is working near the unit, noise may appear in pictures
or sound, or no picture may result. Also, other wireless or radio
equipment may cause interference. Keep 5GHz band wireless
equipment, such as a wireless LAN or cordless phones, away
from the unit.
s The picture may be influenced depending on the installation
environment or situation of the monitor and media receiver
(page 6).
s As the media receiver and monitor communicate wirelessly,
pictures from the media receiver may deteriorate compared to
those from the equipment connected to the monitor with HDMI.
s It may take time to transmit pictures depending on the types of
signal, fast motion, such as game pictures, etc.
s If pictures from a PC or still images, such as EPG, are
displayed, flickering or blurring may occur.
s This unit can be used only in combination with the supplied
monitor and media receiver.
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s Do not operate this unit near medical equipment (pacemaker,
etc.), as malfunction of the medical equipment may result.
s Although this unit transmits/receives scrambled signals, be
careful of unauthorised interception. We cannot be responsible
for any trouble as a result.
RF Remote
s If wireless equipment using the same frequency (2.4GHz band)
as the unit is working near the unit, the remote may not operate
properly.
Also, microwave ovens or radio equipment may cause
interference. Keep 2.4 GHz band wireless equipment away
from the unit.
Disposal of the TV set
Disposal of Old Electrical &
Electronic Equipment
(Applicable in the European
Union and other European
countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product shall not be treated
as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you
will help prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused
by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of
materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact your
local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
Disposal of waste batteries
(applicable in the European
Union and other European
countries with separate
collection systems)
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging
indicates that the battery provided with this
product shall not be treated as household
waste. On certain batteries this symbol might
be used in combination with a chemical symbol. The chemical
symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb) are added if the battery
contains more than 0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead. By ensuring
these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will help prevent
potentially negative consequences for the environment and human
health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to
conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety,
performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent
connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be
replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery
will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please view the section
on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the
battery over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of
waste batteries. For more detailed information about recycling of
this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your
household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Remote and Unit Controls/Indicators
Remote
As the unit and the supplied remote communicate by radio frequency, you can operate the unit
without aiming the remote at the unit.
TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
EXT
COMPONENT
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
AUDIO
1
2
3
4
5
Button
Description
1 TV "/1
(TV standby)
Press to turn the unit on and off from standby
mode.
2 EXT
Press to operate equipment with the IR
Blaster attached, by the remote (page 10).
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• Replace the batteries when the EXT button
flashes three times.
3
Press to change the subtitle language
(page 36) (in digital mode only).
(Subtitle
setting)
6
7
8
1
4
7
3
6
9
2
5
8
0
4 AUDIO
In analogue mode: Press to change the dual
sound mode (page 32).
In digital mode: Press to change the language
to be used for the programme currently being
viewed (page 36).
5
/
(Info/Text
reveal)
In digital mode: Displays details of the
programme currently being viewed.
In analogue mode: Displays information.
Press once to display the current channel
number and screen mode. Press again to
display clock information. Press a third time
to remove the display from the screen.
In Text mode (page 21): Reveals hidden
information (e.g. answers to a quiz).
6
/
(Input select/
Text hold)
Press to display a list of inputs (page 25).
In Text mode: Press to hold the current page.
PROG
REC
REC PAUSE
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
F1
REC STOP
F2
7 F/f/G/g/
Press F/f/G/g to move the on-screen cursor.
Press
to select/confirm the highlighted
item. When playing a photo file: Press
to
pause/start a slideshow. Press F/G to select
the previous file. Press f/g to select the next
file.
8 OPTIONS
Press to display a list that contains “Device
Control”, or shortcuts to some setting menus.
Use the “Device Control” menu to operate
equipment that is compatible with control for
HDMI. The listed options vary depending on
the input source.
WIRELESS MENU
TV
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• The number 5, PROG +,
AUDIO and
buttons
have tactile dots. Use the
tactile dots as references
when operating the TV.
(Continued)
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TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
Description
9 HOME
Press to display the media receiver Home
menu in the media receiver mode (page 29),
or monitor Home menu in the monitor mode
(page 38).
0 Coloured
buttons
When the coloured buttons are available, an
operation guide appears on the screen.
Follow the operation guide to perform a
selected operation (page 21, 22, 23).
qz Number
buttons
In TV mode: Press to select channels. For
channel numbers 10 and above, press the
second and third digits in quick succession.
In Text mode: Press to enter a page number.
qs
Press to display the digital favourite list that
you have specified (page 23).
EXT
COMPONENT
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
Button
AUDIO
w;
ql
(Favourite)
9
0
1
4
7
qk
qj
qh
3
6
9
2
5
8
0
REC PAUSE
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
qg
WIRELESS MENU
TV
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F1
/
In TV mode: Press to select the next (+) or
previous (–) channel.
In Text mode: Press to select the next
or
previous
page.
qa
qf
qs
qg WIRELESS
MENU
Press to display “Wireless Channel Set-up”
(page 43).
qd
qf
qh % (Mute)
Press to mute the sound. Press again to
restore the sound.
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• In standby mode, if you want to turn on the
monitor without sound, press this button.
PROG
REC
qd PROG+/–/
(Previous
channel)
REC STOP
Press to return to the channel that was last
viewed (for more than five seconds).
F2
qj 2+/– (Volume) Press to adjust the volume.
qk / (Text)
Press to display text information (page 21).
ql RETURN /
Press to return to the previous screen of the
displayed menu. When playing a photo file:
Press to stop the playback. (The display
returns to the file or folder list.)
w; GUIDE /
(EPG)
Press to display the Digital Electronic
Programme Guide (EPG) (page 22).
wj
wf
wh
wg
wd
ws
TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
EXT
COMPONENT
Button
Description
wa ANALOG/
DIGITAL
Press to display the analogue or digital
channel that was last viewed.
ws THEATRE
You can set Theatre Mode to on or off. When
Theatre Mode is set to on, the optimum audio
output (if the unit is connected with an audio
system using an HDMI cable) and picture
quality for film-based contents are
automatically set.
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• If you turn the unit off, Theatre Mode is
also turned off.
• “Control for HDMI” (BRAVIA Sync) is
only available with the connected Sony
equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync or
BRAVIA Theatre Sync logo or is
compatible with control for HDMI.
wd SYNC MENU
Displays the menu of connected HDMI
equipment. While viewing other input
screens or TV programmes, “HDMI Device
Selection” is displayed when the button is
pressed.
z
• “Control for HDMI” (BRAVIA Sync) is
only available with the connected Sony
equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync logo
or is compatible with control for HDMI.
wf
Press to change the screen format (page 21).
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
AUDIO
wa
1
4
7
3
6
9
2
5
8
0
PROG
REC
wg
REC PAUSE
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
WIRELESS MENU
TV
REC STOP
(Screen mode)
F1
F2
wg Buttons for
using optional
equipment
You can operate the equipment connected to
the unit (page 10).
wh HDMI1/2/3,
MONITOR
HDMI, AV1/2,
COMPONENT
Press to select the input source.
wj "/1
Press to turn equipment connected to the unit
on or off (page 10).
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Media Receiver Buttons and Unit Indicators
Monitor
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Media Receiver
2
PROG
LINK
HOME
PROG
LINK
HOME
7 6
8
9 0
qa
qs
Item
Description
1 Remote control sensor
Receives IR signals from the remote (if using an IR remote, not
supplied).
Do not put anything over the sensor, as its function may be affected.
2 1 (Power)
Turns the unit on or off.
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• To disconnect the unit completely, pull the plug from the mains.
3 Light Sensor
Do not put anything over the sensor, as its function may be affected.
4
Lights up in orange when the reminder is set (page 22) or the timer is set
(page 30).
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(Timer indicator)
Item
5
Description
(Picture Off indicator) Lights up in green when the picture is switched off (page 43).
6 1 (Standby indicator)
Lights up in red when the unit is in standby mode.
7 " (Power indicator)
Lights up in green when the unit is turned on.
8 LINK indicator
Lights up when the wireless connection between the media receiver and
monitor is stable.
9
Displays the media receiver Home menu in the media receiver mode
(page 29), or monitor Home menu in the monitor mode (page 38).
0
(HOME)
HOME
/
(Input select/OK)
qa 2 +/–/
/
qs PROG +/–/
In monitor mode: Selects the input source from equipment connected to
the unit sockets (page 24).
In unit menu: Selects the menu or option, and confirms the setting.
In monitor mode: Increases (+) or decreases (–) the volume.
In unit menu: Moves through the options right ( ) or left ( ).
/
In TV mode: Selects the next (+) or previous (–) channel.
In unit menu: Moves through the options up ( ) or down ( ).
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• Make sure that the unit is completely turned off before unplugging the mains lead. Unplugging the mains
lead while the unit is turned on may cause the indicator to remain lit or may cause the unit to malfunction.
• Do not put anything over the indicators as their functions may be affected.
• When the media receiver is used vertically with the stand attached, the qa and qs button functions (in the
unit menu) are exchanged.
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Watching TV
1 Press 1 on the media receiver or monitor
Watching TV
to switch on.
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1
• When either unit is switched on, the other is
also switched on in tandem.
When the unit is in standby mode (the 1
(standby) indicator on the unit (front) is
red), press TV "/1 on the remote to switch
on the unit.
2 Press DIGITAL/ANALOG to toggle
between digital mode and analogue mode.
The channels available vary depending on
the mode.
1
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 and third digits within two
seconds.
To select a digital channel using the
Guide, see page 22.
TV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
MONITOR
HDMI
AV1
AV2
In digital mode
EXT
COMPONENT
An information banner appears briefly.
The following icons may be indicated on
the banner.
: Interactive service (MHEG Digital Text)
is available
: Interactive service (MHEG Digital Text)
is currently disabled
: Radio service
: Scrambled/Subscription service
: Multiple audio languages available
: Subtitles available
: Subtitles available for the hearing
impaired
: Recommended minimum age for current
programme (from 4 to 18 years)
: Parental Lock
SYNC MENU
THEATRE
DIGITAL/
ANALOG
AUDIO
2
1
4
7
2
5
8
0
3
6
9
3
PROG
3
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Additional operations
To
Do this
Turn on the monitor
from standby mode
without sound
Press %. Press 2 +/– to
set the volume level.
Adjust the volume
Press 2 + (increase)/
– (decrease).
To access Digital Text
Wide
Stretches a 4:3 picture
horizontally, to fill a
16:9 screen.
Zoom*
Displays
cinemascopic (letter
box format)
broadcasts in the
correct proportions.
14:9* (for media receiver inputs only)
Displays 14:9
broadcasts in the
correct proportions.
As a result, black
border areas are
visible on the screen.
To access Text
Press /. Each time you press /, the display
changes cyclically as follows:
Text t Text over the TV picture (mix mode)
t No Text (exit the Text service)
To select a page, press the number buttons or
PROG +/–.
To hold a page, press
/ .
To reveal hidden information, press / .
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• When four coloured items appear at the bottom of
the Text page, Fastext is available. Fastext allows
you to access pages quickly and easily. Press the
corresponding coloured button to access the page.
To change the screen format manually
Press
repeatedly to select the desired screen
format.
Smart*
Displays conventional
4:3 broadcasts with an
imitation wide screen
effect. The 4:3 picture
is stretched to fill the
screen.
4:3
Displays conventional
4:3 broadcasts (e.g.
non-wide screen TV)
in the correct
proportions.
* Parts of the top and bottom of the picture may be cut off.
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• Some characters and/or letters at the top and the
bottom of the picture may not be visible in “Smart”
mode. In such a case, you can select “Vertical
Size” using the “Screen Settings” (page 31) menu
and adjust vertical size to make it visible.
z
• When “Auto Format” is set to “On”, the unit will
automatically select the best mode to suit the
broadcast (page 31).
• You can adjust the position of the picture when
selecting “Smart”, “14:9” or “Zoom”. Press F/f
to move up or down (e.g. to read subtitles).
Using the Options menu
Press OPTIONS to display the following
options when viewing a TV programme.
Options
Description
Picture Mode
See page 39.
Sound Mode
See page 41.
Speaker
See page 32.
Motionflow
See page 40.
Subtitle Setting (in
digital mode only)
See page 36.
Sleep Timer
See page 30.
Power Saving
See page 43.
Use MONITOR
HDMI
Switch to MONITOR
HDMI input.
System Information See page 37.
(in digital mode only)
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Watching TV
Many broadcasters provide a Digital Text
service. Digital Text offers graphically rich
contents, compared to Analogue Text.
Select a digital channel which provides Digital
Text, then press /.
When a broadcaster provides a dedicated
Digital Text channel, select this channel to
access Digital Text.
To navigate through Digital Text, follow the
instructions on the screen.
To exit Digital Text, press
RETURN.
To move around, press F/f/G/g.
To select items, press and the number
buttons.
To access shortcuts, press the coloured
buttons.
Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
All Categories
11: 30
001 BBC ONE
Homes Under the Hammer
002 BBC TWO
Ready Steady Cook
003
Dancing On Ice Exclusive
ITV1
004 Channel 4
12: 00
House
Crime Hour: Midsomer Murders
007 BBC THREE
BBC Learning Zone: Schools: World P...
010 SKY THREE
The Jeremy Kyle...
Law and Order: Special Victims U...
ER
Past
Neighbours
Afterlife
the following table or displayed on the
screen.
Real Crime: The Truth About the...
Racing from Chepstow and Ascot
Next
Homes Under th...
PartyPoker.com Worl...
Vodafone TBA: L...
A Picture of Brit...
Everybody Loves Raymond
Previous
13: 00
CSI: Crime Scene Inv...
Cracker
Sign Zone: Ancient Rome: The Rise a...
006 ITV2
009 ITV3
12: 30
Extraordinary People: Britains Iden...
005 Five
008 BBC FOUR
1 In digital mode, press GUIDE.
2 Perform the desired operation as shown in
Fri 16 Mar 11:35
Today
*
Eastenders
This is BBC FOUR
The Sharon Osb...
Baseball Wedne...
30 min View
Trans World Sport
Category
* This function may not be available in some countries.
To
Do this
Watch a programme
Press F/f/G/g to select the programme, then press
Turn off the Guide
Press
Sort the programme information by
category
– Category list
1
2
Press the blue button.
Press F/f to select a category, then press
Set a programme to be displayed
automatically on the screen when it
starts
– Reminder
1
Press F/f/G/g to select the future programme you want to
display, then press / .
Press F/f to select “Reminder”, then press .
A c symbol appears by that programme’s information. The
indicator on the monitor front panel lights up in orange.
2
.
GUIDE.
.
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• If you switch the monitor to standby mode, it will automatically
turn itself on when the programme is about to start.
Cancel a reminder
– Timer list
1
2
3
4
5
Press / .
Press F/f to select “Timer list”, then press .
Press F/f to select the programme you want to cancel, then
press .
Press F/f to select “Cancel Timer”, then press .
A display appears to confirm that you want to cancel the
programme.
Press G/g to select “Yes”, then press to confirm.
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• If an age restriction for programmes has been selected, a message asking for a PIN Code will appear on the
screen. For details, see “Parental Lock” (page 36).
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Using the Digital Favourite list
Favourite Set-up
Digital
Enter Programme Number:
Favourites 1
001
BBC ONE
011
002
BBC TWO
012
abc1
003
ITV1
013
QVC
004
Channel 4
014
UKTV Gold
005
Five
015
The HITS
006
BBC Three
016
007
ITV2
017
ftn
008
Sky Sports
018
TMF
009
UKTV History
019
E4
010
Channel 4+1
020
Next
1 In digital mode, press .
2 Perform the desired operation as shown in
More 4
the following table or displayed on the
screen.
UKTV Bright Ideas
E4+1
Watching TV
Previous
---
*
Favourites 2
Digital Favourite list
* This function may not be available in some countries.
To
Do this
Create your Favourite list for the first
time
1
Press F/f/G/g to select the channel you want to add, then press
.
Channels that are stored in the Favourite list are indicated by a
symbol.
Press yellow key to select “Favourites 2” or “Favourites 3”.
Watch a channel
2
1
2
Turn off the Favourite list
Press
Add or remove channels in the
currently edited Favourite list
1
2
3
Press the blue button.
Press the yellow button to choose the list you want to edit.
Press F/f/G/g to select the channel you want to add or remove,
then press .
Remove all channels from the current
Favourite list
1
2
Press the blue button.
Press the yellow button to select the favourite list you want to
edit.
Press the blue button.
Press G/g to select “Yes”, then press to confirm.
3
4
Press yellow key to navigate through favourite lists.
Press F/f to select the channel, then press .
RETURN.
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Using Optional Equipment
Connecting Chart
You can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your unit. Connecting cables are not
supplied.
Media receiver
1
2
3
4 5
Rear
COMPONENT IN
R
L
AV2
R
L
PR/CR
PB/CB
Y
AV1
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT (OPTICAL)
3
2
(RGB)
PC IN
DC IN 18V
6
1
IN
7
IR BLASTER
8
9
Front
PROG
LINK
0
HOME
qa qs
Monitor
SERVICE
ONLY
Left side
IN
MONITOR
qd
8
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Connect to
1
2
/
Input symbol on
screen
AV2
/
COMPONENT IN
3
/
AV1
Description
AV2
When connecting mono equipment, connect to the
socket.
Component
The component video sockets support the following video
inputs only: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p.
AV1
When you connect a decoder, the TV tuner outputs scrambled
signals to the decoder, and the decoder unscrambles the
signals before outputting them.
4
L
Use an optical audio cable.
DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT (OPTICAL)
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• No sound is output in the monitor mode.
RF input that connects to your cable TV system or VHF/UHF.
6 ! DC IN 18V
Connects the supplied mains adaptor.
7
(RGB)/
PC IN
8 HDMI IN 1/2/3,
MONITOR HDMI
IN
PC
It is recommended to use a PC cable with ferrites, such as the
“Connector, D-sub 15” (ref. 1-793-504-13, available in Sony
Service Centre) or equivalent.
HDMI 1/
HDMI 2/
HDMI 3/
MONITOR
HDMI
Digital video and audio signals are input from the connected
equipment.
In addition, when you connect the equipment that is
compatible with control for HDMI, communication with the
connected equipment is supported. Refer to page 33 to set up
this communication.
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• The HDMI sockets support the following video inputs only:
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080/24p
(1080/24p is for MONITOR HDMI only). For PC video
inputs, see page 48.
• Be sure to use only an authorised HDMI cable bearing the
HDMI logo.We recommend that you use a Sony HDMI
cable (high speed type).
• For HDMI 1/2/3, when connecting an audio system that is
compatible with control for HDMI, be sure to also connect
it to the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) socket.
9 IR BLASTER
Connects the supplied IR Blaster cables.
0
To use Pay Per View services.
For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with your
CAM. To use the CAM, remove the “dummy” card from the
CAM slot, then turn off the monitor and insert your CAM card
into the slot. When you are not using the CAM, we recommend
that you keep the “dummy” card in the CAM slot.
CAM
(Conditional
Access Module)
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• CAM is not supported in all countries. Please check with
your authorised dealer.
• If the CAM card becomes jammed while inserting, try
again. Do not insert forcefully.
qa i Headphones
You can listen to monitor sound through headphones.
qs
You can enjoy photo files stored in a Sony digital still camera
or camcorder through a USB cable or USB storage device on
your unit (page 27).
USB
qd SERVICE ONLY
For service use only.
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Using Optional Equipment
5 8
Viewing Pictures from
Connected Equipment
Switch on the connected equipment, then
perform one of the following operation.
For equipment connected to the scart
sockets using a fully-wired 21-pin scart lead
Start playback on the connected equipment.
The picture from the connected equipment
appears on the screen.
For an auto-tuned VCR/ DVD recorder
In analogue mode, press PROG +/–, or the
number buttons, to select the video channel.
For equipment connected to MONITOR
HDMI socket
Press MONITOR HDMI.
For other connected equipment
Press
/ to display a list of connected
equipment. Press F/f to select the desired
input source, then press .
The highlighted item is automatically selected
if you do not perform any operation for two
seconds after pressing F/f.
If you have set an input source to “Skip” in the
“AV Preset” menu (page 32), that input source
does not appear in the list.
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• To return to normal TV mode, press DIGITAL/
ANALOG.
Using the Options menu
Press OPTIONS to display the following
options when viewing pictures from connected
equipment.
When equipment is connected to the media
receiver sockets
Option
Description
Picture Mode (except See page 39.
PC/HDMI PC input
mode)
Sound Mode
See page 41.
Speaker
See page 32.
Motionflow (except
PC/HDMI PC input
mode)
See page 40.
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Option
Description
Sleep Timer (except
PC/HDMI PC input
mode)
See page 30.
Power Saving
See page 43.
Use MONITOR
HDMI
Switch to MONITOR
HDMI input.
Auto Adjustment (in
PC/HDMI PC input
mode only)
See page 31.
Horizontal Shift (in
PC/HDMI PC input
mode only)
See page 31.
Device Control (in
HDMI input mode
only)
See page 28.
When equipment is connected to the
MONITOR HDMI socket
Option
Description
Picture Adjustment
See page 39.
Sound
See page 41.
Power Saving
See page 43.
Motionflow (except
HDMI PC input
mode)
See page 40.
Horizontal Shift (in
HDMI PC input
mode only)
See page 42.
Vertical Shift (in
HDMI PC input
mode only)
See page 42.
Device Control
See page 28.
HDMI Device
Selection
See page 17.
Use Media Receiver
Switch to media receiver
inputs.
If wireless communication is not successful
Option
Description
Wireless Channel
Set-up
See page 43.
Use MONITOR
HDMI
Switch to MONITOR
HDMI input.
Using USB Photo Viewer
You can enjoy photo files stored in a Sony
digital still camera or camcorder through a
USB cable or USB storage media on your unit.
1 Connect a supported USB device to the
media receiver.
2 Press HOME.
3 Press G/g to select “Photo”, then press F/
f to select “USB Photo Viewer” and press
.
The thumbnail screen appears.
then press
.
When you select a folder, select a file,
then press .
Playback starts.
5 Press RETURN to go back to the
thumbnail screen.
Additional operations
Option
Description
To display a photograph
— Picture Frame
Device Selection
Press G/g to select a
device when multiple
devices are connected.
BRAVIA images are
predefined device.
You can display a photograph on the screen
for a selected period of time. After that period,
the unit automatically switches itself into
standby mode.
Slideshow
Displays the photographs
one by one.
Set-up
You can make advanced
settings for a slide show,
and set the display
sequence of the
thumbnails.
1 Press HOME.
2 Press G/g to select “Photo”, then press F/
f to select “Picture Frame” and press
To select a photograph
Press OPTIONS, then select “Image
Selection” and press . Then, select a
photograph, and press
to set.
(Photo) Available Options
Option
Description
Picture Mode
See page 39.
Sleep Timer
See page 30.
Power Saving
See page 43.
To set the duration of displaying a
photograph
Press OPTIONS, then select “Duration”
and press . Then, select the duration,
and press .
The counter appears on the screen.
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• Picture quality may appear coarse when using
(Photo) because images may be enlarged
depending on the file. Also, images may not fill
the entire screen depending on the image size and
aspect ratio.
• Some photo files may take some time to be
displayed when using
(Photo).
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To return to the XMB™
Press RETURN.
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• If the photograph is selected from a USB device, it
must remain connected to the unit.
• If “Sleep Timer” is activated, the unit
automatically will switch into standby mode.
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4 Press F/f/G/g to select a file or folder,
• While the unit is accessing the data on the USB
device, observe the following:
– Do not turn off the unit or connected USB
device.
– Do not disconnect the USB cable.
– Do not remove the USB device.
The data on the USB device may be damaged.
• Sony will not 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 unit.
• USB photo viewer supports DCF-compliant JPEG
photographs only.
• When you connect a Sony digital still camera, set
the camera’s USB connection mode to Auto or
“Mass Storage”. For more information about USB
connection mode, refer to the instructions supplied
with your digital camera.
• USB Photo Viewer supports FAT32 file system
only.
• Depending on the exact file specifications, some
files, including those modified on a PC, cannot be
played even if the file format is supported.
• Check the website below for updated information
about compatible USB devices.
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/compatibility/
To make the control for HDMI settings
Using BRAVIA Sync with
Control for HDMI
The control for HDMI function enables the
unit to communicate with the connected
equipment that is compatible with the
function, using HDMI CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control).
For example, by connecting Sony equipment
that is compatible with control for HDMI
(with HDMI cables), you can control them
together.
Be sure to connect the equipment correctly,
and make the necessary settings.
Control for HDMI
• Automatically turns the connected
equipment off when you switch the unit to
standby mode using the remote.
• Automatically turns the unit on and
switches the input to the connected
equipment when the equipment starts to
play.
• If you turn on a connected audio system
while the unit is on, the sound output
switches from the monitor speaker to the
audio system.*
• Adjusts the volume (2+/–) and mutes the
sound (%) of a connected audio system.*
• You can operate the connected Sony
equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync logo
by the supplied remote by pressing:
– N/x/X/m/M to operate the connected
equipment directly.
– SYNC MENU to display the menu of the connected
HDMI equipment on the screen.
After displaying the menu, you can operate the
menu screen by using F/f/G/g and .
– OPTIONS to display “Device Control”, then select
options from “Menu”, “Options”, and “Content
List” to operate the equipment.
– Refer to the instruction manual of the equipment for
available control.
To connect the equipment that is
compatible with control for HDMI
Connect the compatible equipment and the
unit with an HDMI cable. When connecting an
audio system*, be sure to also connect the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) socket
of the media receiver and the audio system
using an optical audio cable. For details, see
page 25.
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The control for HDMI settings must be set on
both the unit side and connected equipment
side. To set “HDMI Set-up”, see page 33 for
HDMI 1/2/3 connection, and page 42 for
MONITOR HDMI connection. For settings on
the connected equipment, refer to the
operating instructions for that equipment.
* Function only available when connected to HDMI 1/2/3.
Using MENU Functions
Navigating through Media Receiver Home Menu (XMB™)
For setting the menu of the media receiver, switch to the media receiver mode by pressing one of
the function buttons (page 10).
The XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) is a menu of BRAVIA features and input sources displayed on the
monitor screen. The XMB™ is an easy way to select programming and adjust settings on your
media receiver.
1 Press HOME.
The media receiver Home menu appears on the screen.
Picture
Sound
Media Category Bar
Settings
Using MENU Functions
Features
Media Receiver Set-up
Monitor Set-up
Analogue Set-up
Category Object Bar
2 Press G/g to select the category.
Media category icon
Description
Settings
You can make advanced settings and adjustments. For details about
settings, see page 30.
Photo
You can enjoy photo files via USB devices (page 27).
Digital
You can select a digital channel, Favourite list (page 23), or Guide
(page 22).
You can also select a channel using the number buttons or PROG +/–.
Analogue
You can select an analogue channel.
You can also select a channel using the number buttons or PROG +/–.
To hide the list of analogue channels, set “Programme List Display” to
“Off” (page 33).
External Inputs
You can select equipment connected to the media receiver.
To assign a label to an external input, see “AV Preset” (page 32).
3 Press F/f to select the item, then press
4 Follow the instructions on the screen.
5 Press HOME to exit.
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• The options you can adjust vary depending on the situation.
• Unavailable options are greyed out or not displayed.
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Settings
Picture
See the “Picture” setting for monitor (page 39).
Sound
See the “Sound” setting for monitor (page 41).
Features
Quick Start
The unit turns on faster than usual within two hours after switching to standby
mode. However, power consumption in standby mode is 38 watt higher than usual.
Timer Settings
Sets the timer to turn on/off the unit.
Sleep Timer
Sets a period of time after which the unit automatically
switches itself into standby mode.
When the “Sleep Timer” is activated, the (Timer) indicator
on the monitor (front panel) lights up in orange.
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• If you turn off the unit and turn it on again or switch to the
monitor mode from the media receiver mode, “Sleep
Timer” is reset to “Off”.
• A notification message appears on the screen one minute
before the unit switches to standby mode.
On Timer
Settings
On Timer
Timer Mode
Time
Duration
Sets the timer to turn on the unit from
standby mode.
Sets the desired day(s) of the week you
want the timer to turn on the unit.
Sets the time to turn on the unit.
Sets how long you want the unit to stay
on before switching to standby mode
again.
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• If you switch to the monitor mode from the media receiver
mode, “Duration” is cancelled.
Clock Set
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Allows you to adjust the clock manually. When the unit is
receiving digital channels, the clock cannot be adjusted
manually since it is set to the time code of the broadcasted
signal.
Media Receiver Set-up
Auto Start-up
Screen Settings
Starts the “first time operation menu” to select the language, country and location,
and tune in all available digital and analogue channels. Usually, you do not need to
do this operation because the language and country will have been selected and
channels already tuned when the unit was first installed (page 7). However, this
option allows you to repeat the process (e.g., to retune the unit after moving house,
or to search for new channels that have been launched by broadcasters).
Screen Format See “To change the screen format manually” on page 21.
Auto Format
Display Area
Automatically changes the screen format according to the
input signal. To keep your setting, select “Off”.
Adjusts the picture display area in 1080i/p and 720p sources
when “Screen Format” is set to “Wide”.
Auto
During digital broadcasts, displays
pictures in accordance with the settings
recommended by the broadcast station.
Full Pixel
Displays pictures in their original size.
Normal
Vertical Size
PC Settings
Screen Format
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when “Screen
Format” is set to “Smart”, “Zoom” or “14:9”.
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when “Screen Format”
is set to “Smart”, “Zoom” or “14:9”.
Selects a screen format for displaying input from your PC.
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.
Reset
Resets the PC screen settings to the factory settings.
Auto Adjustment Automatically adjusts the display position, phase and pitch of
the picture when the unit receives an input signal from the
connected PC.
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• “Auto Adjustment” may not work well with certain input
signals. In such cases, manually adjust “Phase”, “Pitch” and
“Horizontal Shift”.
Phase
Pitch
Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers.
Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted vertical
stripes.
Horizontal Shift
Power
Management
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Switches the unit to standby mode if no signal is received for
30 seconds in the PC input.
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Horizontal Shift
Vertical Shift
Displays pictures in their recommended
size.
AV Set-up
Dual Sound
AV Preset
Assigns a name to any equipment connected to the media
receiver. The name will be displayed briefly on the screen
when the equipment is selected. You can skip an input source
that is not connected to any equipment.
1 Press F/f to select the desired input source, then press
.
2 Press F/f to select the desired option below, then press
.
-, CABLE, SAT, Uses one of the preset labels to assign a
VCR, DVD/BD, name to connected equipment.
GAME, AUDIO
SYSTEM, CAM,
PC
Edit:
Creates your own label.
1 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.
2 Repeat the procedure in step 1 until
the name is completed.
3 Select “OK”, then press .
Skip
Skips an input source that is not
connected to any equipment when you
press F/f to select the input source.
Speaker
Turns on/off the monitor’s internal speakers.
TV Speaker
The monitor speakers are turned on in
order to listen to the TV’s sound through
the monitor speakers.
Audio System The monitor speakers are turned off in
order to listen to the TV’s sound only
through your external audio equipment
connected to the audio output sockets.
When connected with “Control for
HDMI” compatible equipment, you can
turn the connected equipment on
interlocked with the monitor. This setting
must be made after connecting the
equipment.
Selects the sound from the speaker for a stereo or bilingual broadcast.
Stereo/Mono
For a stereo broadcast.
A/B/Mono
For a bilingual broadcast, select “A” for sound channel 1, “B”
for sound channel 2, or “Mono” for a mono channel, if
available.
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• If you select other equipment connected to the unit, set “Dual Sound” to
“Stereo”, “A” or “B”.
IR Blaster Set-up
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See page 9 for the “IR Blaster Set-up” setting.
HDMI Set-up
This is used to set the “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment connected to the
HDMI sockets. Note that the interlock setting must also be made on the connected
“Control for HDMI” compatible equipment side.
Control for HDMI This sets whether to interlock the “Control for HDMI”
compatible equipment and the unit. When set to “On”, the
following menu items can be performed. However, power
consumption in standby mode is higher than usual. If the
specific Sony equipment that is compatible with “Control for
HDMI” is connected, this setting is applied to the connected
equipment automatically when the “Control for HDMI” is set
to “On” using the unit.
Auto Devices Off When this is set to “On”, the “Control for HDMI” compatible
equipment turns off when you switch the unit to standby
mode using the remote.
Auto TV On
When this is set to “On” and if the connected HDMI control
compatible equipment is turned on, the unit automatically
turns on, and the displays the HDMI input from the
connected equipment.
Device List
Update
All Reset
Monitor Set-up
See the “Monitor Set-up” setting for monitor (page 43).
Analogue Set-up
Programme List
Display
Select “Off” to hide the list of analogue channels from the XMB™
(XrossMediaBar).
Auto Tuning
Tunes in all the available analogue channels.
This option allows you to retune the unit after moving house, or to search for new
channels that have been launched by broadcasters.
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Product Information
Creates or updates the “HDMI Device List”. Up to 14
“Control for HDMI” compatible equipment can be
connected, and up to four equipment can be connected to a
single socket. Be sure to update the “HDMI Device List”
when you change the “Control for HDMI” compatible
equipment connections or settings. Select them manually one
by one until getting a correct picture for several seconds.
HDMI Device List Displays the connected “Control for HDMI” compatible
equipment.
Displays your media receiver’s product information.
Select “Monitor Product Information” to display your monitor’s product
information.
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 unit off during this period (it takes about 30 seconds) or
press any buttons.
• All settings, including digital favourite list, country, language, auto tuned
channels, etc. will be reset.
Programme Sorting
Changes the order in which the analogue channels are stored on the unit.
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 .
Manual Programme
Preset
Before selecting “Label/AFT/Audio Filter/LNA/Skip”, press PROG +/– to select
the programme number with the channel. You cannot select a programme number
that is set to “Skip” (page 32).
Programme/
Presets programme channels manually.
System/Channel 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/ DVD recorder, select
channel 00), then press
RETURN.
3 Press F/f to select “System”, then press .
4 Press F/f to select one of the following TV broadcast
systems, then press
RETURN.
B/G: For western European countries
I: For the United Kingdom
D/K: For eastern European countries
L: For France
5 Press F/f to select “Channel”, then press .
6 Press F/f to select “S” (for cable channels) or “C” (for
terrestrial channels), then press g.
7 Tune the channels as follows:
If you do not know the channel number
(frequency)
Press F/f to search for the next available channel. When
a channel has been found, the search will stop. To
continue searching, press F/f.
If you know the channel number (frequency)
Press the number buttons to enter the channel number of
the broadcast you want or your VCR/DVD recorder
channel number.
8 Press to jump to “Confirm”, then press .
9 Press f to select “OK”, then press .
Repeat the procedure above to preset other channels
manually.
Label
AFT
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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 1 to 3 of “Edit:” (page 32).
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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LNA
Skip
Confirm
• You cannot receive stereo or dual sound when “Low” or
“High” is selected.
Improves the picture quality for individual channels in the
case of very weak broadcast signals (noisy picture).
If you cannot see any improvement in the picture quality even
if you set to “On”, set this option to “Off” (factory setting).
Skips unused analogue channels when you press PROG +/–
to select channels. (You can still select a skipped channel
using the number buttons.)
Saves changes made to the “Manual Programme Preset”
settings.
Digital Tuning
Digital Auto
Tuning
Tunes in the available digital channels.
This option allows you to retune the unit after moving house,
or to search for new channels that have been launched by
broadcasters. For details, see step 6 of “Performing the initial
set-up” (page 8).
Programme
Sorting
Removes any unwanted digital channels stored on the unit,
and changes the order of the digital channels stored on the
unit.
1 Press F/f to select the channel you want to remove or
move to a new position.
You can also select a channel by pressing the number
buttons to enter its three-digit channel number.
2 Remove or change the order of the digital channels as
follows:
To remove the digital channel
Press . After a confirmation message appears, press G
to select “Yes”, then press .
To change the order of the digital channels
Press g, then press F/f to select the new position for the
channel and press G.
3 Press
RETURN.
Tunes the digital channels manually. This feature is available
when “Digital Auto Tuning” is set to “Antenna”.
1 Press the number button to select the channel number
you want to manually tune, then press F/f to tune the
channel.
2 When the available channels are found, press F/f to
select the channel you want to store, then press .
3 Press F/f to select the programme number where you
want to store the new channel, then press .
Repeat the above procedure to manually tune other channels.
Digital Manual
Tuning
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Digital Set-up
Subtitle Set-up
Subtitle Setting
Audio Set-up
Subtitle
Language
Audio Type
When “For Hard Of Hearing” is selected, some visual aids
may also be displayed with the subtitles (if TV channels
broadcast such information).
Allows you to select the language of the subtitles.
Switches to broadcast for the hearing impaired when “For
Hard Of Hearing” is selected.
Audio Language Selects the language used for a programme. Some digital
channels may broadcast several audio languages for a
programme.
Audio
Provides audio description (narration) of visual information if
Description
TV channels broadcast such information.
Mixing Level*
Adjusts the unit main audio and Audio Description output
levels.
Dynamic Range Compensates for differences in the audio level between
different channels. Note that this function may have no effect
for some channels.
Optical Out
Selects the audio signal that is output from the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) terminal on the rear of the media
receiver. Set to “Auto” when equipment compatible with
Dolby Digital is connected, and set to “PCM” when noncompatible equipment is connected.
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* This option is only available when “Audio Description” is set to “On”.
Radio Display
Displays the screen wallpaper when you listen to a radio broadcast after 20 seconds
without pressing any buttons.
You can select the screen wallpaper colour, display a random colour or view a
slide show (page 27).
To cancel the screen wallpaper display temporarily, press any button.
Parental Lock
Sets an age restriction for programmes. Any programme that exceeds the age
restriction can only be watched after a PIN Code is entered correctly.
1 Press the number buttons to enter your existing PIN Code.
If you have not previously set a PIN, a PIN Code entry screen appears. Follow
the instructions of “PIN Code” below.
2 Press F/f to select the age restriction or “None” (for unrestricted watching),
then press .
3 Press
RETURN.
To set your PIN for the first time
1 Press the number buttons to enter the new PIN Code.
2 Press
RETURN.
To change your PIN
1 Press the number buttons to enter your existing PIN Code.
2 Press the number buttons to enter the new PIN Code.
3 Press
RETURN.
PIN Code
Technical Set-up
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• PIN Code 9999 is always accepted.
Auto Service
Enables the unit to detect and store new digital services as
Update
they become available.
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• For the service update to be able to take place the unit should be left in standby
mode from time to time.
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Software
Download
Enables the unit to automatically receive software updates
free through your existing aerial/cable (when issued). We
recommend that you leave the setting to “On” at all times.
If you do not want your software to be updated, set this
option to “Off”.
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• For the software upgrade to be able to take place the unit should be left in standby
mode from time to time.
System
Information
Displays the current software version and the signal level.
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• If signal bar is red (no signal) or amber (low signal), check the aerial/cable
connection.
Time Zone
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CA Module Set-up
Allows you to manually select the time zone you are in, if it is
not the same as the default time zone setting for your country.
Auto DST
Sets whether or not to automatically switch between summer
time and winter time.
On
Automatically switches between summer
time and winter time according to the
calendar.
Off
The time is displayed according to the
time difference set by “Time Zone”.
Allows you to access a pay TV service once you obtain a Conditional Access
Module (CAM) and a view card. See page 25 for the location of the
(PCMCIA) socket.
Navigating through Monitor Home Menu
For setting the menu of the monitor, switch to the monitor mode by pressing MONITOR HDMI on
the remote.
1 Press HOME.
The monitor Home menu appears on the screen.
Monitor Menu
Picture
Sound
Screen
HDMI Set-up
Monitor Set-up
PC Settings
2 Press F/f to select the item, then press
3 Follow the instructions on the screen.
4 Press HOME to exit.
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• The options you can adjust vary depending on the situation.
• Unavailable options are greyed out or not displayed.
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Picture
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Photo-Standard For viewing photographs. Provides the
optimum picture quality for viewing in
the home.
Photo-Original For viewing photographs. Represents the
picture quality used when imaging
developed photographs.
Photo-Custom Allows you to store your preferred
settings.
Resets all picture settings except “Picture Mode” to the
factory settings.
Backlight
Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.
Contrast
Brightness
Increases or decreases picture contrast.
Brightens or darkens the picture.
Colour
Hue
Increases or decreases colour intensity.
Increases or decreases the green and red tones.
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• “Hue” can only be adjusted for an NTSC colour signal (e.g.,
U.S.A. video tapes).
Adjusts the whiteness of the picture.
Colour
Temperature
Cool
Neutral
Gives the white colours a blue tint.
Gives the white colours a neutral tint.
Warm 1/Warm 2 Gives white colours a red tint. “Warm 2”
gives a redder tint than “Warm 1”.
Sharpness
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• “Warm 1” and “Warm 2” are not available when “Picture
Mode” is set to “Vivid” (or “Photo-Vivid”).
Sharpens or softens the picture.
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Reset
Selects the picture mode except for PC input source. “Picture
Mode” includes options best suited for video and
photographs, respectively. The options that can be selected
differ depending on the input source.
Vivid
For enhanced picture contrast and
sharpness.
Standard
For standard picture. Recommended for
home entertainment.
Cinema
For viewing film-based content. Most
suitable for viewing in a theatre-like
environment.
Custom
Allows you to store your preferred
settings.
Photo-Vivid
For viewing photographs. Enhances
picture contrast and sharpness.
Noise Reduction Reduces the picture noise (snowy picture) in a weak
broadcast signal.
Auto
Automatically reduces the picture noise
(in analogue mode only).
High/Medium/
Low
MPEG Noise
Reduction
Advanced
Settings
Modifies the effect of the noise reduction.
Off
Turns off the “Noise Reduction” feature.
Reduces picture noise in MPEG-compressed videos. This is
effective when viewing a DVD or digital broadcast.
Allows you to set “Picture” settings in more detail. These
settings are not available when “Picture Mode” is set to
“Vivid” (or “Photo-Vivid”).
Reset
Resets all the advanced settings to the
factory settings.
Black Corrector Enhances black areas of the picture for
stronger contrast.
Adv. Contrast Automatically adjusts “Backlight” and
Enhancer
“Contrast” 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 light and
dark areas of the picture.
Clear White
Colour Space
Emphasises white and light colours.
Changes the colour reproduction gamut.
“Wide” reproduces the vivid colour and
“Standard” reproduces the standard
colour.
Live Colour
White Balance
Makes colours more vivid.
Adjusts the colour temperature in detail.
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• “Live Colour” is not available when “Colour Space” is set
to “Standard”.
Motionflow
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.
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Film Mode
Provides an improved picture quality which is optimised for film when playing
DVD images taken on film.
Auto 1/Auto 2
“Auto 1” provides smoother picture movement than the
original film-based content. “Auto 2” provides the original
film-based content as is.
Off
Turns off the “Film Mode” feature.
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• If the image contains irregular signals or too much noise, “Film Mode” will be
automatically turned off even if “Auto 1/Auto 2” is selected.
• “Film Mode” is not available when “Video/Photo” is set to “Photo” or when
photograph is detected if “Video-A” is set.
Game Mode
Minimises picture and sound delay and provides the optimum screen for viewing
images from video game equipment.
Video/Photo
Provides suitable image quality by selecting the option depending on the input
source (video or photograph data).
Video-A
Video
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.
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.
• Only available for HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, MONITOR HDMI and
Component in format 1080i or 1080p.
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• Some options are not available in PC/HDMI PC input mode.
Sound
Sound Mode
Selects the sound mode.
Dynamic
Standard
Enhances the treble and bass sounds.
For standard sounds.
Reset
Clear Voice
Makes voice sound clearer.
Resets all the sound settings to the factory settings excluding “Dual Sound”.
Treble
Bass
Adjusts higher-pitched sounds.
Adjusts lower-pitched sounds.
Balance
Surround
Emphasises left or right speaker balance.
S-FORCE Front Provides a virtual surround sound experience made possible
Surround
using just two front speakers.
Voice Zoom
Sound Booster
Off
Selects for normal stereo or mono reception.
Adjusts the sound level of human voices. For example, if the voice of a news
announcer is indistinct, you can turn up this setting to make the voice louder.
Conversely, if you are watching a sports programme, you can turn down this
setting to soften the voice of the commentator.
Produces a fuller sound for more impact, by emphasising the treble and bass
sounds.
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Auto Volume
Volume Offset
Keeps a constant volume level even when volume level gaps occur (e.g., adverts
tend to be louder than programmes).
Adjusts the volume level of the current input relative to other inputs.
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• Some options are not available when “Speaker” is set to “Audio System” or headphones are connected.
Screen
Screen Format
See “To change the screen format manually” on page 21.
Auto Format
Automatically changes the screen format according to the input signal. To keep
your setting, select “Off”.
4:3 Default
Selects the default screen format for use with 4:3 broadcasts.
Smart
Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts with an imitation wide
screen effect.
Display Area
Horizontal Shift
Vertical Shift
Vertical Size
4:3
Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in the correct
proportions.
Off
Keeps the current “Screen Format” setting when the channel
or input is changed.
Adjusts the picture display area in 1080i/p and 720p sources when “Screen
Format” is set to “Wide”.
Full Pixel
Displays pictures in their original size if the input source is
1080i/p.
Normal
Displays pictures in their recommended size.
-1/-2
Enlarges the picture to hide the edges of the picture.
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when “Screen Format” is set to “Zoom”.
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when “Screen Format” is set to “Smart” or
“Zoom”.
HDMI Set-up
This is used to set the “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment connected to the HDMI sockets.
Note that the interlock setting must also be made on the connected “Control for HDMI” compatible
equipment side.
Control for HDMI
Auto Devices Off
Auto TV On
Device List Update
HDMI Device List
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This sets whether to interlock the “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment and
the unit. When set to “On”, the following menu items can be performed. However,
power consumption in standby mode is higher than usual.
When this is set to “On”, the “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment turns off
when you switch the unit to standby mode using the remote.
When this is set to “On” and if the connected HDMI, control compatible
equipment is turned on, the unit automatically turns on, and the displays the HDMI
input from the connected equipment.
Creates or updates the “HDMI Device List”. Up to 14 “Control for HDMI”
compatible equipment can be connected, and up to four equipment can be
connected to a single socket. Be sure to update the “HDMI Device List” when you
change the “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment connections or settings.
Select them manually one by one until getting a correct picture for several seconds.
Displays the connected “Control for HDMI” compatible equipment.
Monitor Set-up
Power Saving
Reduces the power consumption by adjusting the backlight brightness. This also
enhances the black level. Select from “Off”, “Low”, “High” and “Picture Off”.
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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Product Information
Remote Control Setup
• Be sure not to put anything over the sensor, as its function may be affected. See
page 18 for the location of the light sensor.
• Depending on the “Picture Mode” and “Power Saving” settings, the effect of
“Light Sensor” may vary.
Displays your monitor’s product information.
Registers a remote to the unit, otherwise the remote cannot be used with the unit.
Instruction screens appear if you register or delete a remote. Follow the
instructions to register or delete.
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Wireless
Information
Language
Logo Illumination
Displays information about the current wireless channel and
link level.
Selects the language in which the menus are displayed.
Lights up and turns off the Sony logo on the front of the monitor.
PC Settings
Screen Format
Selects a screen format 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.
Reset
Full 2
Enlarges the picture to fill the display area.
Resets the PC screen settings to the factory settings.
Horizontal Shift
Vertical Shift
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
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Using MENU Functions
Wireless Channel
Set-up
• The remote can only be registered to only one unit.
• When registering a remote, move the remote as close as possible to the top right
of the monitor front.
Wireless
Selects a wireless channel from “Auto”, “36ch”, “40ch”,
Channel
“44ch” or “48ch”.
Selection
If the wireless channel is uncertain, select “Auto” to search
an available channel.
Additional Information
Installing the Accessories (Wall-Mount Bracket)
To Customers:
For product protection and safety reasons, Sony strongly recommends that installing of your
monitor be performed by Sony dealers or licenced contractors. Do not attempt to install it yourself.
To Sony Dealers and Contractors:
Provide full attention to safety during the installation, periodic maintenance and examination of this
product.
Your monitor can be installed using the Wall-Mount Bracket SU-WL500/SU-WL700 (sold
separately). For SU-WL500, install as illustrated below. For SU-WL700, see the manual supplied
with SU-WL700.
• Refer to the Instructions supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket to properly carry out the
installation.
• Refer to “Detaching the Table-Top Stand from the Monitor” (page 11).
• Refer to “Monitor installation dimensions table” (page 45).
• Refer to “Screw and Hook locations diagram/table” (page 45).
Screw
(+PSW6 × 16)
1
2
Screw
Mounting
Hook
Square hole
Sufficient expertise is required for installing this product, especially to determine the strength of the wall for
withstanding the monitor’s weight. Be sure to entrust the attachment of this product to the wall to Sony
dealers or licenced contractors and pay adequate attention to safety during the installation. Sony is not liable
for any damage or injury caused by mishandling or improper installation.
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Monitor installation dimensions table
Screen centre point
Unit: mm
Display dimensions
Model Name
Screen centre
dimension
Length for each mounting angle
Angle (0°)
Angle (20°)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
KDL-52EX1
1,312
806
80
486
114
351
765
508
KDL-46EX1
1,156
709
107
464
110
321
674
486
KDL-40EX1
1,024
635
144
464
110
296
604
486
Figures in the above table may differ slightly depending on the installation.
WARNING
Screw and Hook locations diagram/table
Model Name
KDL-52EX1/46EX1/40EX1
Screw location
e, j
Hook location
b
* Hook position “a” and “c” cannot be used for the models in the table above.
Screw location
Hook location
a*
b
c*
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Additional Information
The wall that the monitor will be installed on should be capable of supporting a weight of at least four times
that of the monitor. Refer to “Specifications” on page 46 for its weight.
Specifications
Media receiver
Model name
MBT-W1
System
TV system
Analogue: Depending on your country selection: B/G/H, D/K, L, I
Digital: DVB-T/DVB-C
Colour/video system
Analogue: PAL, SECAM NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In)
Digital: MPEG-2 MP@ML/HL, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC HP@L4.0, MP@L3.0
Channel coverage
Analogue: VHF: E2–E12/UHF: E21–E69/CATV: S1–S20/HYPER: S21–S41
D/K: R1–R12, R21–R69/L: F2–F10, B–Q, F21–F69/I: UHF B21–B69
Digital: VHF/UHF
Input/Output jacks
75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF
Aerial
/
AV1
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard) including audio/video input, RGB input and unit
audio/video output.
AV2
Video input (phono jack)
AV2
Audio input (phono jacks)
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)(digital optical jack)
COMPONENT IN
COMPONENT IN
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
Audio input (phono jacks)
500 mVrms
HDMI IN 1, 2, 3
Video: 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, 480i
Audio: Two channel linear PCM
32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits
PC Input (see page 48)
PC IN
PC Input (D-sub 15-pin)
G: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green
B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green
R: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, non Sync on Green
HD: 1-5 Vp-p
VD: 1-5 Vp-p
PC audio input (minijack)
IR BLASTER
3.5 mm minijack
CAM (Conditional Access Module) slot
Headphones jack
i
USB port
Power and others
Power requirements
Mains adaptor: 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Media receiver: DC18V
Power consumption
20 W
Standby power consumption*
3.5 W or less (19 W when Quick Start is ON)
Dimensions
(Approx.)
(w × h × d)
for vertical
placement with
stand
13.1 × 30.2 × 28.6 cm
for horizontal
placement
28.0 × 7.2 × 28.6 cm
Mass (Approx.) for vertical
placement with
stand
for horizontal
placement
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2.5 kg
2.4 kg
Monitor
Model name
LDM-E521
LDM-E461
LDM-E401
System
Panel system
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel
Sound output
8W+8W
Input/Output jacks
MONITOR HDMI IN
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
PC Input (see page 48)
Power and others
Power requirements
220–240 V AC, 50 Hz
Screen size (measured diagonally)
52 inches (Approx. 132.2 cm) 46 inches (Approx. 116.8 cm) 40 inches (Approx. 101.6 cm)
Display resolution
1,920 dots (horizontal) × 1,080 lines (vertical)
Power
consumption
in “Home”/
“Standard” mode
295 W
220 W
180 W
in “Shop”/“Vivid”
mode
324 W
247 W
221 W
Standby power consumption*
0.5 W or less (19 W when Quick Start is ON)
Dimensions
(Approx.)
(w × h × d)
with Table-Top
Stand
131.2 × 83.9 × 34.4 cm
115.6 × 74.2 × 25.5 cm
102.4 × 66.8 × 25.5 cm
without Table-Top
Stand
131.2 × 80.6 × 5.7 cm
115.6 × 70.9 × 5.7 cm
102.4 × 63.5 × 5.7 cm
43.0 kg
26.0 kg
24.0 kg
33.0 kg
19.0 kg
17.0 kg
Mass (Approx.) with Table-Top
Stand
without Table-Top
Stand
See “1: Checking the unit and accessories” on page 4.
Optional accessories
SU-WL500/SU-WL700 Wall-Mount Bracket
Additional Information
Supplied accessories
* Specified standby power is reached after the unit finishes necessary internal processes.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Wireless system
Transmission system
OFDM
Carrier frequency
5.15 to 5.25 GHz
Transmission distance
30 cm to 20 m (depending on installation / usage)
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PC Input Signal Reference Chart for
PC
Resolution
Signals
VGA
Horizontal
(Pixel)
×
Vertical (Line) Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical
frequency (Hz)
Standard
640
×
480
31.5
60
VGA
640
×
480
37.5
75
VESA
720
×
400
31.5
70
VGA-T
SVGA
800
×
600
37.9
60
VESA Guidelines
800
×
600
46.9
75
VESA
XGA
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
VESA
WXGA
SXGA
1280
×
768
47.8
60
1280
×
768
60.3
75
1360
×
768
47.7
60
VESA
1280
×
1024
64.0
60
VESA
• This unit’s PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync.
• This unit’s PC input does not support interlaced signals.
• This unit’s PC input supports signals in the above chart with a 60 Hz vertical frequency. For other signals,
you will see the message “No signal”.
PC Input Signal Reference Chart for HDMI IN 1, 2, 3
Resolution
Signals
Horizontal
(Pixel)
×
Vertical (Line) Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical
frequency (Hz)
Standard
VGA
640
×
480
31.5
60
VGA
SVGA
800
×
600
37.9
60
VESA Guidelines
XGA
1024
×
768
48.4
60
VESA Guidelines
WXGA
1280
×
768
47.4
60
VESA
WXGA
1280
×
768
47.8
60
VESA
SXGA
1280
×
1024
64.0
60
VESA
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Troubleshooting
Check whether the 1 (standby) indicator is flashing in red.
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 unit to turn it off, disconnect the mains lead, 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 in the tables below.
2 If the problem still persists, have your unit serviced by qualified service personnel.
Condition
Explanation/Solution
Picture
No colour or irregular colour • Check the connection of the
/
COMPONENT IN sockets and
when viewing a signal from
check if each sockets are firmly seated in their respective sockets.
the
/
COMPONENT
IN sockets
Picture freezes or contains
• Check signal level (page 37). If signal bar is red (no signal) or amber
blocks on the screen
(low signal), check the aerial/cable connection.
• Remove the connected USB device. It can be damaged or not supported
by the unit.
Check the website below for updated information about compatible USB
devices:
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/compatibility/
Sound
No sound, but good picture
• Press 2 +/– or % (Mute).
• Check if the “Speaker” is set to “TV Speaker” (page 32).
• When using HDMI input with Super Audio CD or DVD-Audio,
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) may not output audio signals.
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Additional Information
No picture (screen is dark) and • Check the aerial/cable connection.
no sound
• Connect the unit to the mains, and press 1 on the unit.
• If the 1 (standby) indicator lights up in red, press TV "/1.
No picture or no menu
• Press
/ to display the connected equipment list, then select the
information from equipment
desired input.
connected to the scart
• Check the connection between the optional equipment and the unit.
connector
Double images or ghosting
• Check the aerial/cable connection.
(only in analogue mode)
• Check the aerial location and direction.
Only snow and noise appear • Check if the aerial is broken or bent.
on the screen (only in
• Check if the aerial has reached the end of its serviceable life (three to
analogue mode)
five years in normal use, one to two years at the seaside).
Picture or sound noise when • Adjust “AFT” (Automatic Fine Tuning) to obtain better picture
viewing a TV channel (only in reception (page 34).
analogue mode)
Some tiny black points and/or • The picture of a display unit is composed of pixels. Tiny black points
bright points appear on the
and/or bright points (pixels) on the screen do not indicate a malfunction.
screen
No colour on programmes
• Select “Reset” (page 39).
Condition
Explanation/Solution
Tonal balance is not as desired • Depending on the location of objects around this unit, low and/or high
frequencies may be affected. Adjust “Bass” and “Treble” settings as
preferred (page 41).
Channels
The desired channel cannot be • Switch between digital and analogue mode and select the desired digital/
selected
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
• Contact a local installer to find out if digital transmissions are provided
displayed
in your area.
• Upgrade to a higher gain aerial.
Wireless communication
Delay pictures
• Wireless communication takes time to establish after turning the power
on. About 20 seconds are needed to display pictures. Selecting “Quick
Start” may shorten the waiting time (page 30).
“Wireless communication in • When the wireless communication is disturbed, it takes about 15 seconds
progress.” does not disappear, to display pictures again. “Wireless communication in progress.” is
or “Wireless communication
displayed until pictures come back.
failed.” is displayed
• Check the installation situation of the monitor and media receiver (page 6).
• Check whether wireless equipment using the same radio frequency as
this unit is working near by, or something disturbing wireless
communication of this unit is close to the unit. In such cases, keep such
equipment away from the unit or turn off the power of that equipment.
Noisy or interrupted picture or • Check the installation situation of the monitor and media receiver (page 6).
• Pictures may be distorted if somebody walks across between the monitor
sound
and media receiver.
• Check whether wireless equipment using the same radio frequency as
this unit is working near by, or something disturbing wireless
communication of this unit is close to the unit. In such cases, keep such
equipment away from the unit or turn off the power of that equipment.
General
Distorted picture and/or sound • Keep the unit 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 unit.
• Check the aerial/cable connection.
• Keep the aerial/cable TV cable away from other connecting cables.
The unit turns off
• Check if the “Sleep Timer” is activated, or confirm the “Duration”
automatically (the unit enters
setting of “On Timer Settings” (page 30).
standby mode)
• If no signal is received and no operation is performed in the TV mode
for 10 minutes, the monitor automatically switches to standby mode.
The unit turns on
• Check if the “On Timer” is activated (page 30).
automatically
Some input sources cannot be • Select “AV Preset” and cancel “Skip” of the input source (page 32).
selected
The remote does not function • Replace the batteries.
• Register the remote to the unit using the / / / / buttons on the
front of the media receiver (page 43).
A channel cannot be added to • Up to 999 channels can be stored in the Favourite list.
the Favourite list
HDMI equipment does not
• Check that your equipment is “Control for HDMI” compatible
appear on “HDMI Device List” equipment.
Not all channels are tuned
• Check support web site for cable provide information:
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/DVBC/
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Condition
Explanation/Solution
You cannot select “Off” in
“Control for HDMI”
• If any “Control for HDMI” compatible audio equipment is connected to
the unit, you cannot select “Off” in this menu. If you want to change the
audio output to the monitor speaker, select “TV Speaker” in the
“Speaker” menu (page 32).
The “Store Display Mode: On” • Select “All Reset” in the “Media Receiver Set-up” menu (page 33).
message appears on the screen
Additional Information
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