© 2013 Sony Corporation Printed using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound)-free vegetable oil based ink. Printed in Japan 4-466-444-11(1) Overview Operating Instructions US You can watch content that is already stored in the player. Some content are paid. You need an account of the 4K video content service (expected in the fall of 2013) to purchase content. Some content are downloaded via the internet connection in the background. Therefore, you may need to limit the internet connection bandwidth of the player wherever necessary in accordance with your internet usage environment. This player is only compatible with the Sony 4K TV. In the Box Sony Customer Support 4K Media Player FMP-X1 http://www.sony.com/4ksupport/ 1-855-476-6945 (1-855-4Sony4K) Please Call Before Returning the Product to the Store AC power cord (1) AC adapter (1) High Speed HDMI cable (1) LAN cable (1) Jack cover (1) Be Sure to Read This Section If you have one of the Sony TVs shown below, please contact Sony Customer Support (http://www.sony.com/4ksupport/ | 1-855-476-6945 (1-855-4Sony4K)). •XBR-65/55X900A •XBR-84X900/84X905 If the HDMI jack configuration matches that shown in the illustration on the right. The HDMI IN 4 jack is located slightly farther away from the HDMI IN 1 and HDMI IN 3 jacks on the lower right of the rear of the TV. 1 Router Internet Connect the TV to the internet and configure the network settings. On TV software: Make sure your TV is updated to the latest software version. On router settings: The router must be DHCP server compatible. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the router for details on configuring the router settings. On network settings: If the player requires proxy settings for internet access, the settings are synchronized with the TV settings. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the TV for details on configuring the network settings. 2 3 4 To the HDMI IN 4 jack Connect the player to the internet with the supplied LAN cable. Connect the player to the HDMI IN 4 jack of the TV with the supplied High Speed HDMI cable. Connect an audio system to the HDMI OUT 2 (for AUDIO) jack with an HDMI cable* to enjoy surround sound (LPCM 5.1ch) through the audio system. In this case, after completing the setup, you need to configure the HDMI OUT 2 (for AUDIO) jack using the 4K application in the “Application” items of the TV home menu. If you do not want to connect an audio system, go to step 5. To audio system (optional) *A Sony HDMI cable is recommended. To AC outlet 5 6 Connect the AC adapter to the player and connect the AC power cord to the AC adapter, and then insert the power plug into an AC outlet. Press on the player. After the automatic pairing of the player with the TV is completed (XBR-65/55X900A only), the Legal Notice screen appears. It may take some time for the screen to appear (the power indicator blinks while the player is starting up and lights when it has turned on). If the player has successfully connected to the network, the NETWORK indicator lights green. To launch the 4K application after the first time Change the TV input to “HDMI 4” or select the 4K application icon from the “Application” items of the TV home menu (XBR-65/55X900A only). Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. To create an account (after the 4K video content service is available (excepted in the fall of 2013)) Types of indicator You need an account to purchase content. Follow the on-screen instructions to create an SEN (Sony Entertainment Network) account. Power indicator White Blink: Starting up Light: Power on Light out: Power off NETWORK (status when power indicator lights) Light out: Unconnected with the LAN cable Green Blink: Retrieving IP address or trying to connect to the internet Light: Successfully connected to the internet Red Blink: Failed to retrieve IP address Light: Failed to connect to the internet HDD Green Light: Writing to the hard disk (downloading or moving content, etc.) Power indicator/NETWORK/HDD Orange* Simultaneously blink or light: Updating the software Red* Simultaneously blink: System error *The power indicator blinks or lights white. Optional Usage To connect an external hard disk to the player When using the jack cover This function is not available in some areas. You can move content between an external hard disk (25 GB - 4 TB, Hi-Speed USB and faster) and the internal hard disk. Make sure to detach the jack cover before connecting or disconnecting the cables. When connecting the cables When disconnecting the cables Notes When you connect an external hard disk to the player for the first time, the hard disk may be formatted exclusively for the player and all of the data on the hard disk will be erased. Before disconnecting the external hard disk, check that all of the indicators on the front of the player are off and wait for about five minutes. Also check that the player is not accessing to the external hard disk. To the USB jack of the external hard disk Troubleshooting The power does not turn on. The player cannot pair with the TV. –Check that the AC adapter is connected securely to the DC IN jack on the rear of the player. –Check that the AC power cord is connected securely to the AC outlet. –Make sure that the player and the TV are connected to the network, or check the status of the network connection (See “Types of indicator”). –The player is connected to a TV model other than XBR-65X/55X900A. –The player is not connected to the HDMI IN 4 jack of XBR-65X/55X900A. If the player is connected to the HDMI IN jack that is located slightly farther away from the HDMI IN 1 and HDMI IN 3 jacks on the lower right of the rear of the TV, contact customer support. There is no picture. –Re-connect all connecting cables securely. –The connecting cables are damaged. There is no sound. –Re-connect all connecting cables securely. –The connecting cable is damaged. –You can output audio signals to either the HDMI OUT 1 (for AUDIO VIDEO) jack or the HDMI OUT 2 (for AUDIO) jack. Configure the output direction of the used jack using the 4K application icon in the “Application” items of the TV home menu. –The audio system input may be automatically changed to the input that is connected to the TV. Switch the audio system input so that it outputs audio signals from the player. –Make sure that the muting function of the TV or the audio system is not turned on. The player cannot connect to the internet/network. –Check the network connection and the network settings. –The router must be DHCP server compatible. –After making sure that your TV can connect to the internet, turn the player off and on again. –If the player requires proxy settings for internet access, the settings are synchronized with the TV settings. Check the TV settings. The Legal Notice screen does not appear. –Make sure that the player is connected to the HDMI IN 4 jack of the TV. –Press on the player and check that the TV is turned on automatically. If it does not turn on automatically, make sure that the BRAVIA Sync setting of the TV is set to “On.” –Make sure your TV is updated to the latest software version. The player does not detect the USB device connected to the player. (This function is not available in some areas.) –Make sure that the USB device is securely connected to the EXTRA HDD jack. –Check if the USB device or a cable is damaged. –Check if the USB device is turned on. –If the USB device is connected via a USB hub, connect the USB device directly to the player.