Samsung MAX-VS530 Operating instructions

4-147-228-12(1)
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BD/DVD Home Theatre System
Operating Instructions
BDV-T20W / E500W
(1)
© 2009 Sony Corporation
Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia
Precautions
WARNING
On power sources
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the ventilation
opening of the apparatus with newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, etc. Do not place the naked flame sources
such as lighted candles on the apparatus.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do
not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on
the apparatus.
Do not expose batteries or apparatus with batteryinstalled to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the
like.
To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely
attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
Indoor use only.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with this product will
increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this BD/
DVD Home Theatre System is harmful to eyes, do not
attempt to disassemble the cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
This label is located on the laser protective housing
inside the enclosure.
This appliance is
classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product. This
marking is located on the
rear exterior.
About the surround amplifier
• The nameplate is located on the side exterior.
• For the customers in the U.S.A.: Date of Manufacture
Marking is located on the bottom exterior.
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• The unit is not disconnected from the mains as long
as it is connected to the AC outlet, even if the unit
itself has been turned off.
• As the main plug is used to disconnect the unit from
the mains, connect the unit to an easily accessible AC
outlet. Should you notice an abnormality in the unit,
disconnect the main plug from the AC outlet
immediately.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear
exterior of the control unit. Record the serial number in
the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you
call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. BDV-T20W/BDV-E500W
Serial No.______________
The following FCC statement applies only to the
version of this model manufactured for sale in the
USA. Other versions may not comply with FCC
technical regulations.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna (aerial).
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications
not expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
Important Safety Instructions
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7)
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding
type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. If the provided plug does
not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus combination to
avoid injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
ENERGY STAR® is a U.S.
registered mark.
As an ENERGY STAR® partner,
Sony Corporation has determined
that this product meets the ENERGY
STAR® guidelines for energy
efficiency.
For the wireless transceiver
(EZW-RT10/EZW-RT10A)
This equipment must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure
limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets
the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in
Supplement C to OET65.
This equipment should be installed and operated with
at least 20cm and more between the radiator and
person’s body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists,
feet and ankles).
Notice for the customers in
Canada
For the wireless transceiver
(EZW-RT10/EZW-RT10A)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
This device complies with RSS-Gen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of this
device.
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This equipment complies with IC radiation exposure
limits set forth for uncontrolled equipment and meets
RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure
rules.
This equipment should be installed and operated with
at least 20cm and more between the radiator and
persons body (excluding extremities: hands, wrists,
feet and ankles).
Copyrights and Trademarks
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home
and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
• This system incorporates with Dolby* Digital and
Dolby Pro Logic (II) adaptive matrix surround
decoder and the DTS** Digital Surround System.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
** Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
#’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380;
5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,392,195;
7,272,567; 7,333,929; 7,212,872 & other U.S.
and worldwide patents issued & pending.
DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS
logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master
Audio | Essential are trademarks of DTS, Inc.
© 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
• This system incorporates High-Definition
Multimedia Interface (HDMITM) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
• Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc.
• “BD-Live” and “BonusView” are trademarks of Bluray Disc Association.
• “Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.
• “Blu-ray Disc,” “DVD+RW,” “DVD-RW,”
“DVD+R,” “DVD-R,” “DVD VIDEO,” and “CD”
logos are trademarks.
• “BRAVIA” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
• “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony
Corporation.
• “S-AIR” and its logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
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•
, “XMB,” and “xross media bar” are trademarks of
Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment
Inc.
• “PLAYSTATION” is a trademark of Sony Computer
Entertainment Inc.
• “x.v.Color” and “x.v.Color” logo are trademarks of
Sony Corporation.
• “PhotoTV HD” and the “PhotoTV HD” logo are
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• Other system and product names are generally
trademarks or registered trademarks of the
manufacturers. ™ and ® marks are not indicated in
this document.
About These Operating
Instructions
• The instructions in these Operating
Instructions describe the controls on the
remote. You can also use the controls on the
unit if they have the same or similar names as
those on the remote.
• Icons, such as
, listed at the top of each
explanation indicate what kind of disc can be
used with the function being explained.
For details, see “Playable Discs” (page 101).
• In this manual, “disc” is used as a general
reference for the BDs, DVDs, or CDs unless
otherwise specified by the text or illustrations.
• The instructions in this manual are for BDVT20W and BDV-E500W. BDV-T20W is the
model used for illustration purposes. Any
difference in operation is clearly indicated in
the text, for example, “BDV-T20W.”
• The Control Menu items may vary depending
on the area.
• The default setting is underlined.
About the S-AIR function
The system is compatible with the S-AIR
function, which allows transmission of sound
between S-AIR products wirelessly.
The following S-AIR products can be used with
the system:
• Surround amplifier (supplied): You can enjoy
surround speaker sound wirelessly.
• Surround back amplifier (optional): You can
enjoy surround back speaker sound wirelessly.
• S-AIR receiver (optional): You can enjoy
system sound in another room.
The S-AIR products can be purchased as options
(the S-AIR product lineup differs depending on
the area).
Notes or instructions for the surround amplifier,
surround back amplifier, or S-AIR receiver in
these Operating Instructions refer only to when
the surround amplifier, surround back amplifier,
or S-AIR receiver is used.
For details on the S-AIR function, see “Using an
S-AIR Product” (page 61).
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Table of Contents
About These Operating Instructions ....... 5
About the S-AIR function....................... 5
Unpacking ............................................... 7
Index to Parts and Control .................... 10
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the System .......16
Step 2: Connecting the System ...22
Step 3: Setting up the Wireless
System .....................................32
Step 4: Performing the Easy
Setup ........................................34
Step 5: Selecting the Source .......37
Step 6: Enjoying Surround
Sound .......................................38
Playback
Playing a BD/DVD ............................... 41
Enjoying BonusView/BD-Live............. 48
Playing a CD ......................................... 49
Playing Photo Files ............................... 50
Sound Adjustment
Selecting the Effect to Suit
the Source ....................................... 52
Selecting the Audio Format, Multilingual
Tracks, or Channel.......................... 53
Enjoying Multiplex Broadcast
Sound .............................................. 54
Using the Sound Effect ......................... 54
Tuner
Listening to the Radio........................... 56
External Audio Device
Using the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
Adapter ........................................... 60
Using an S-AIR Product ....................... 61
Other Operations
Using the Control for HDMI Function for
“BRAVIA” Sync ............................ 67
Calibrating the Appropriate Settings
Automatically ................................. 70
Setting the Speakers.............................. 71
Controlling Your TV with the Supplied
Remote............................................ 73
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Using the Sleep Timer .......................... 75
Changing the Brightness of the Front
Panel Display.................................. 75
Deactivating the Buttons on the Unit ... 76
About the demonstration ...................... 76
Saving Power in Standby Mode ........... 77
Settings and Adjustments
Using the Setup Display ....................... 78
[Network Update] ................................. 79
[Video Settings].................................... 80
[Audio Settings].................................... 82
[BD/DVD Viewing Settings] ............... 84
[Photo Settings] .................................... 86
[HDMI Settings] ................................... 86
[System Settings].................................. 87
[Network Settings]................................ 88
[Easy Setup].......................................... 89
[Resetting] ............................................ 90
Additional Information
Precautions ........................................... 91
Notes about the Discs ........................... 92
Troubleshooting.................................... 93
Self-diagnosis Function ...................... 100
Playable Discs .................................... 101
Supported Audio Formats................... 103
Video Output Resolution .................... 104
Specifications ..................................... 105
Language Code List............................ 108
Terms and Conditions of Use and End
User License Agreement .............. 109
Software License Information ............ 111
Glossary .............................................. 120
Index ................................................... 123
Unpacking
BDV-T20W
• Front speakers (2)
• Video cord (1)
• Surround amplifier (1)
• Remote commander
(remote) (1)
• Speaker cord cover (1)
• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
• Surround speakers (2)
• Speaker cord holder (1)
• Calibration mic (1)
• Wireless transceivers (2)
• Center speaker (1)
• Foot pads (1 set)
• Subwoofer (1)
• Posts (2)
• Bases (2)
• AM loop antenna (aerial) (1)
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•
•
•
•
•
Operating Instructions
Speaker Installation Guide
Quick Setup Guide
To stabilize S-AIR reception
Setup Disc (DVD)
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
adapter (TDM-iP20) (1)
• Mounting plates (2)
• FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)
• Post covers (2)
or
• Operating Instructions for
the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT adapter (TDM-iP20)
• Screws (large, with washer) (4)
• Speaker cords (5, white/red/
blue/gray/green)
• Screws (small) (6)
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BDV-E500W
• Front speakers (2)
• FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)
• Surround amplifier (1)
or
• Speaker cords (4, blue/gray/
green/purple)
• Speaker cord cover (1)
• Speaker cord holder (1)
• Video cord (1)
• Wireless transceivers (2)
• Surround speakers (2)
• Remote commander
(remote) (1)
• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
• Center speaker (1)
• Calibration mic (1)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Operating Instructions
Speaker Installation Guide
Quick Setup Guide
To stabilize S-AIR reception
Setup Disc (DVD)
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
adapter (TDM-iP20) (1)
• Subwoofer (1)
• Foot pads (1 set)
• AM loop antenna (aerial) (1)
• Bases (2)
• Screws (with washer) (6)
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• Operating Instructions for
the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT adapter (TDM-iP20)
Using the remote
Inserting batteries into the remote
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the
markings inside the compartment.
Note
• Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries.
• If you do not intend to use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage
from battery leakage and corrosion.
Attaching the foot pads to the subwoofer
Attach the foot pads (supplied) to the bottom of the subwoofer to stabilize the subwoofer and prevent
it from slipping.
,
Remove the foot pads from
the protective cover.
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A THEATER (page 68)
Index to Parts and
Control
Switches to the optimum video mode for
watching movies automatically.
For more information, refer to the pages
indicated in parentheses.
By only pressing the button, the TV turns
on, the TV is set for BD/DVD input
selector, and the system starts playing a disc
automatically.
ONE-TOUCH PLAY (pages 41, 68)
Remote control
TV "/1 (on/standby) (page 73)
Turns on the TV or sets it to standby mode.
"/1 (on/standby) (pages 31, 34, 41, 56)
THEATER
ONE-TOUCH
PLAY
TV
1
BRAVIA Sync
S-AIR
MODE
NIGHT
DYNAMIC
BASS
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
CLEAR
0
3
9
YELLOW
Activates the night mode function.
4
DYNAMIC BASS (page 54)
5
Reinforces bass frequencies.
TV (page 73)
P
U
OP
M EN U
UP /
GU
IDE
TOP
ME
N
DISPLAY
RET
OP
T
TO IO N S
OL
S
6
UR
N
HOME
FUNCTION
Selects playback mode for the S-AIR
receiver.
NIGHT (page 55)
TIME
D.TUNING
GREEN
BLUE
Turns on the system or sets it to standby
mode.
B S-AIR MODE (page 62)
ENTER
FAVORITES CC
WIDE SYSTEM
AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE MENU
RED
2
SOUND MODE
7
PRESET
REPLAY ADVANCE PRESET
TUNING
TUNING
Changes to the TV operation mode for the
remote.
C Number buttons (pages 41, 57, 73)
Enters the title/chapter numbers, radio
frequencies, etc.
CLEAR (pages 45, 58)
0
8
SCENE SEARCH
VOLUME
Clears the entry field.
TIME (page 46)
CH
TV INPUT
MUTING
9
DISPLAY
Displays the elapsed/remaining playback
time in the front panel display.
(page 73)
Inputs “.” (dot) when inputting numerics.
ENTER (page 73)
Number 5, FAVORITES/AUDIO, CH +, and
N buttons have a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot
as a reference when operating the remote.
•
•
: For system operations
: For TV operations
(For details, see “Controlling Your TV with
the Supplied Remote” (page 73).)
Enters the selected item.
D AUDIO (pages 53, 54)
Selects the audio format/track.
SUBTITLE (page 43)
Selects the subtitle language when multilingual subtitles are recorded on a BDROM/DVD VIDEO.
D.TUNING (page 58)
Selects the radio frequencies.
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ANGLE (page 43)
TOOLS (page 73)
Switches to other viewing angles when
multi-angles are recorded on a BD-ROM/
DVD VIDEO.
Displays the operation menu for the current
display.
G FUNCTION (pages 37, 41, 49, 50, 56, 60)
SYSTEM MENU (pages 38, 47, 54, 58,
61, 75, 75)
Selects the playback source.
Enters the system menu.
SOUND MODE (page 52)
FAVORITES (page 73)
Displays the favorite channel list.
Selects the sound mode.
H Playback operation buttons
CC (page 73)
See “Playback” (page 41).
Displays closed captioning (when
available).
./> (previous/next)
WIDE (page 73)
Changes the aspect ratio of the connected
TV.
E Color buttons (RED/GREEN/BLUE/
YELLOW) (page 88)
Short cut keys for selecting items on some
BD’s menus (can also be used for BD’s
Java interactive operations).
F TOP MENU (page 44)
Opens or closes the BD’s or DVD’s Top
Menu.
REPLAY/ADVANCE
m/M (fast reverse/fast forward)
N (play)
X (pause)
x (stop)
Radio operation buttons
See “Tuner” (page 56).
PRESET +/–
TUNING +/–
I MUTING (pages 41, 49, 73)
DISPLAY (page 46)
Displays the playback information on the
TV screen.
Turns off the sound temporarily.
VOLUME +/– (pages 41, 73)
POP UP/MENU (page 44)
Adjusts the volume.
Opens or closes the BD-ROM’s Pop-up
Menu, or the DVD’s menu.
CH +/– (page 73)
OPTIONS (pages 41, 49, 50, 56)
Selects the channels up and down.
Displays the options menu on the TV
screen.
TV INPUT (page 73)
HOME (pages 34, 41, 49, 50, 56, 70, 78)
Switches the TV’s input source between the
TV and other input sources.
DISPLAY (page 56)
Enters or exits the system’s home menu.
RETURN (pages 73, 88)
Returns to the previous display.
C/X/x/c
Moves the highlight to a displayed item.
(ENTER)
Enters the selected item.
Changes the radio information in the front
panel display between radio frequency and
station name.
J SCENE SEARCH (page 45)
Switches to Scene Search mode that lets
you move quickly between scenes within
the title currently being played back.
GUIDE (page 73)
Displays the Digital Electronic Programme
Guide (EPG).
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Front panel
FUNCTION
A "/1 (on/standby) (page 41)
C S-AIR indicator
Lights up when the S-AIR transceiver is
inserted in the unit and the system transmits
sound.
Turns on the unit, or sets to standby mode.
B Play operation buttons (page 41)
N (play)
Starts or re-starts playback.
Plays a slideshow when a disc containing
JPEG image files is inserted.
x (stop)
Stops playback and remembers the stop
point (resume point).
The resume point for a title/track is the last
point you played or the last photo for a
photo folder.
FUNCTION
Selects the playback source.
VOLUME +/–
Adjusts the system’s volume.
Z (open/close)
Opens or closes the disc tray.
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VOLUME
D VIRTUAL 7.1CH indicator (page 38)
Lights up while virtual 7.1ch decoding is
activated.
E Power indicator
Lights up while the system is turned on.
F Front panel display
G Disc tray (page 41)
H
(remote sensor)
Front panel display
About the indications in the front panel display
PL x
SLEEP
NEO:6 TUNED
ST
A Current surround format
B Lights up when a station is received.
(Radio only) (page 56)
C Lights up when stereo sound is
received. (Radio only) (page 56)
D Lights up when the external memory is
recognized. (page 29)
E Lights up when the HDMI OUT jack is
correctly connected to an HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection)compliant device with HDMI or DVI
(Digital Visual Interface) input.
F Lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/
1080p video signals from the HDMI
OUT jack or 720p/1080i video signals
from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks.
EXT
HDMI
HD
24P NIGHT BASS
G Lights up when outputting 1920 ×
1080p/24 Hz video signals.
H Lights up when the night mode is on.
(page 55)
I Lights up when the DYNAMIC BASS
function is on. (page 54)
J Displays system’s status such as
chapter, title, or track number, time
information, radio frequency, playing
status, decoding mode, etc.
K Lights up when the system is
accessing the network.
L Displays system’s playing status.
M Flashes when the sleep timer is set.
(page 75)
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Rear panel
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA
VIDEO OUT
EZW-RT10
Y
PB / CB
COAXIAL 75
FM
PR / CR
HDMI OUT
SAT/CABLE
DIGITAL IN
LAN(100)
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
TV
DIGITAL IN
TV
EXT
DC5V
500mA MAX
L
S-AIR ID
A
B
FRONT R
FRONT L
OPTICAL
AUDIO IN
R
AUDIO IN
A LAN (100) terminal (page 30)
J S-AIR ID switch (pages 32, 61)
B COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (page
24)
K EXT slot (page 29)
C VIDEO OUT jack (page 24)
D EZW-RT10 slot (page 28)
E AM terminal (page 27)
F COAXIAL 75Ω FM jack (page 27)
G A.CAL MIC jack (pages 34, 70)
H AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 26)
I TV (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 25)
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COAXIAL
A. CAL MIC
ECM-AC2
C
R
CENTER SUBWOOFER
AM
AUDIO
L
DMPORT
DC5V
700mA MAX
L TV (DIGITAL IN OPTICAL) jack (page
25)
M SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN COAXIAL)
jack (page 26)
N DMPORT (DIGITAL MEDIA PORT) jack
(page 26)
O HDMI OUT jack (page 24)
P SPEAKER jacks (page 22)
Surround amplifier
Front panel
Rear panel
EZW-RT10
POWER
S-AIR ID
SPEAKER
A
B
C
POWER/ON LINE
L
PAIRING
PHONES
SURROUND SELECTOR
SURROUND
SURROUND
BACK
A PHONES jack (page 32)
B POWER (ON/OFF) (pages 32, 61)
R
F Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10) slot
(page 28)
C POWER / ON LINE indicator (pages 32,
61)
G S-AIR ID switch (pages 32, 61)
D PAIRING indicator (page 64)
I SPEAKER R jack (page 22)
E PAIRING (page 64)
J SURROUND SELECTOR switch (pages
32, 61)
H SPEAKER L jack (page 22)
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the System
Positioning the speakers
For the best possible surround sound, place all speakers at the same distance from the listening position
(A). The distance can be between 0 to 23 feet (0.0 to 7.0 meters).
If you cannot place the center speaker and surround speakers at the same distance as (A), place them
within 23 feet (7.0 meters) of the listening position.
Place the surround speakers to the rear of the listening position (B).
The subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room.
Center speaker
Subwoofer
Front left speaker (L)
Front right speaker (R)
A
A
B
Surround left speaker (L)
A
30
45
30
45
A
A
B
Surround right speaker (R)
Note
• Use caution when placing the speakers and/or speaker stands attached to the speakers on a specially treated (waxed,
oiled, polished, etc.) floor, as staining or discoloration may result.
• Do not lean or hang on a speaker, as it may fall down.
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To add the optional surround back speakers
For the position of the surround back speakers, refer the illustration below (C).
Center speaker
Subwoofer
Front left speaker (L)
Front right speaker (R)
Surround left
speaker (L)
Surround right
speaker (R)
30
45
C
Surround back left speaker (L)
(optional)
30
45
C
Surround back right speaker (R)
(optional)
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Getting Started
You can enjoy 7.1 surround sound by purchasing the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1,
optional). The optional product lineup differs depending on the area.
Getting Started
Installing the speakers on a wall
Caution
• Contact a screw shop or installer regarding the wall material or screws to be used.
• Use screws that are suitable for the wall material and strength. As a plaster board wall is especially fragile, attach
the screws securely to a beam and fasten them to the wall. Install the speakers on a vertical and flat wall where
reinforcement is applied.
• Sony is not responsible for accidents or damage caused by improper installation, insufficient wall strength or
improper screw installation, natural calamity, etc.
Before installing the front speakers of BDV-E500W on a wall, you need to disassemble the speakers.
You can install the upper part of a speaker on a wall.
To disassemble the speaker
(Front speakers of BDV-E500W only)
1
Disconnect the speaker cords from the speaker.
Rear of the speaker
2
Remove the screw (pre-installed) at the rear of the speaker.
This screw is used when reassembling the speaker. Be sure not to lose the screw.
Screw
Rear of the speaker
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3
Disassemble the speaker by lifting the upper part of the speaker.
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Upper part
Lower part
Rear of the speaker
4
Pull out the speaker cord from the bottom of the lower part of the speaker.
The removed speaker cord is used when installing the speaker on a wall.
Lower part of the speaker
,
Speaker cord
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Fully-disassembled illustration
Getting Started
Upper part of
the speaker
Lower part of
the speaker
Speaker cord
Screw
To install the speakers on a wall
Before installing the speakers on a wall, connect the speaker cord to the speaker.
Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with
the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #.
Color tube
Front left speaker (L): White
Front right speaker (R): Red
Center speaker: Green
Surround left speaker (L): Blue
Surround right speaker (R): Gray
1
Prepare screws (not supplied) that are suitable for the hole on the back of each speaker.
See the illustrations below.
4 mm (5/32 inch)
30 mm (1 3/16 inches)
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5 mm
(7/32 inch)
10 mm
(13/32 inch)
Hole on the back of
the speaker
2
Fasten the screws to the wall.
BDV-E500W
For the front speakers
217 mm
(8 5/8 inches)
210 mm
(8 3/8 inches)
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
For the center speaker
For the center speaker
160 mm
(6 3/8 inches)
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
219 mm
(8 5/8 inches)
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
For the surround speakers
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
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Getting Started
BDV-T20W
For the front speakers
For the surround speakers
8 to 10 mm
(11/32 to 13/32 inch)
Hang the speakers on the screws.
5 mm
(7/32 inch)
Hole on the back of
the speaker
10 mm
(13/32 inch)
Rear of the speaker
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Getting Started
Step 2: Connecting the System
For connecting the system, read the information on the following pages.
Do not connect the AC power cord (mains lead) of the unit to a wall outlet (mains) until all the other
connections are made.
Note
• When you connect another component with a volume control, turn down the volume of the other components to a
level where sound is not distorted.
Connecting the speakers
The connector of the speaker cords and the color tube are color-coded depending on the type of speaker.
Connect the speaker cords to match the color of the SPEAKER jacks of the unit.
Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with
the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #. Do not catch the speaker cord
insulation (rubber covering) in the speaker terminals.
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To connect speaker cords to the unit
When connecting to the unit, insert the connector until it clicks.
Getting Started
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
OUT
VIDEO
Purple
(Subwoofer)
COMP
T
ONEN
VIDEO
EXT
DC5V
TV
PB / CB
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
PR / CR
Y
HDMI
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
OUT
DIGITA
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
L IN
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
OUT
RT
DMPO
SPEA
R
FRONT
SPEA
DC5V MAX
700mA
)
(100
LAN
AL
OPTIC
COAX
IAL
KER
TL
FRON
White
(Front left speaker (L))
KER
FER
BWOO
R SU
CENTE
Red
(Front right speaker (R))
Green
(Center speaker)
Rear panel of the surround amplifier
T10
EZW-R
KER
SPEA
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
G
PAIRIN
OUND
SURR
TOR
SELEC ND
Blue
(Surround left speaker (L))
L
R
SURROUND
SURROU
BACK
Gray
(Surround right speaker (R))
To connect speaker cords to the speaker
Rear of the speaker
Connector
(–)
Color tube
(+)
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Getting Started
Connecting the TV (Video connection)
This connection sends a video signal to the TV.
Depending on the jacks on your TV, select the connection method.
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
OUT
VIDEO
COMP
ONEN
T VID
EXT
DC5V
TV
PB / CB
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
PR / C R
Y
HDMI
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
T
EO OU
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
L IN
DIGITA
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
OUT
RT
DMPO
DC5V MAX
700mA
)
(100
LAN
SP
R
FRONT
SPEA
AL
OPTIC
COAX
IAL
A Video cord (supplied)
R
EAKE
TL
FRON
KER
FER
BWOO
R SU
CENTE
C Component video
cable (not supplied)
B HDMI cable (not supplied)
To the HDMI IN jack
of the TV.
To the component video
input jacks of the TV.
To the video input jack of
the TV.
Method 1: Video cord (A) connection
This is the basic connection.
Method 2: HDMI* cable (B) and video cord (A) connection
If your TV has an HDMI jack, connect to the TV both with an HDMI cable and video cord. Picture
quality will be improved compared to using only the video cord connection.
When connecting with the HDMI cable, you need to select the type of output signal (pages 34, 81).
To view images from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you need to connect to the TV with the
video cord. Video signals from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter are not output via the HDMI OUT
jack.
* HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
Method 3: Component video cable (C) and video cord (A) connection
If your TV does not have an HDMI jack, but has component video input jacks, connect to the TV both
with a component video cable and video cord. Picture quality will be improved compared to using only
the video cord connection.
When connecting with the component video cable, you need to select the type of output signal (pages
34, 81).
To view images from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you need to connect to the TV with the
video cord. Video signals from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter are not output via the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack.
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Connecting the TV (Audio connection)
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
OUT
VIDEO
COMP
ONEN
T VID
EO OU
EXT
DC5V
TV
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
PR / C R
PB / CB
Y
HDMI
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
T
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
L IN
DIGITA
OUT
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
D Audio cord
(not supplied)
RT
DMPO
SPEA
R
FRONT
SPEA
KER
DC5V MAX
700mA
)
(100
LAN
AL
OPTIC
COAX
IAL
KER
TL
FRON
E Digital optical cord
(not supplied)
FER
BWOO
R SU
CENTE
To the digital optical out jack
of the TV.
To the audio out jacks of the TV.
Method 1: Audio cord (D) connection
This is the basic connection and sends an analog audio signal.
Method 2: Digital optical cord (E) connection
When the TV has a digital optical output jack, you can improve sound quality by connecting with a
digital optical cord in addition to an audio cord connection.
With a digital audio connection, the system receives a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast signal and
you can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound.
Note
• The system can accept both digital and analog signals. Digital signals have priority over analog signals. If the digital
signal ceases, the analog signal will be processed after 2 seconds.
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Getting Started
This connection sends an audio signal to the unit from the TV. To listen to TV sound via the system,
perform this connection.
Getting Started
Connecting the other components
You can enjoy connected components via the system’s speakers.
• DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter: F (TDM-iP20 is supplied. You can also use other DIGITAL
MEDIA PORT adapters.)
• VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, or portable audio source, etc. (not supplied): G
• VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc. (not supplied) which has a digital coaxial output jack: H
Rear panel of the unit
H Digital coaxial cord (not
supplied)
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
F DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
adapter (page 60)
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
OUT
VIDEO
COMP
T
ONEN
VIDEO
EXT
DC5V
TV
PB / CB
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
PR / CR
Y
HDMI
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
OUT
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
L IN
DIGITA
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
OUT
RT
DMPO
SPEA
R
FRONT
SPEA
DC5V MAX
700mA
)
(100
LAN
AL
OPTIC
COAX
IAL
KER
G Audio cord (not
supplied)
TL
FRON
KER
FER
BWOO
R SU
CENTE
To the digital coaxial out jack of the
VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc.
To the audio out jacks of the
VCR, digital satellite receiver,
PlayStation, or portable audio
source, etc.
Note
• Connect the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter so that the V marks are aligned. When disconnecting, pull out while
pressing
.
If your TV has multiple audio/video inputs
You can enjoy sound with the speakers of the system through the connected TV. Connect the
components as follows.
TV
VCR, digital satellite receiver,
PlayStation, etc.
VCR, digital satellite receiver,
PlayStation, etc.
System
:Signal flow
Select the component on the TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.
If the TV does not have multiple audio/video inputs, a switcher will be necessary to receive sound from
more than one component.
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Connecting the antenna (aerial)
Getting Started
To assemble the AM loop antenna (aerial)
To connect the antenna (aerial)
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
EXT
DC5V
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
or
AM loop antenna (aerial)
(supplied)
FM wire antenna (aerial)
(supplied)
Note
• Keep the AM loop antenna (aerial) and cord away from the system or other AV components, as noise may result.
• Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna (aerial).
• After connecting the FM wire antenna (aerial), keep it as horizontal as possible.
Tip
• Adjust the direction of the AM loop antenna (aerial) for best AM broadcast sound.
• If you have poor FM reception, use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the unit to an outdoor FM
antenna (aerial) as shown below.
Outdoor FM antenna (aerial)
Unit
ANTENNA
COAXIAL 75
FM
AM
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Getting Started
Inserting the wireless transceiver
You can transmit sound from the unit to an S-AIR product, such as the surround amplifier or S-AIR
receiver.
To transmit sound from the unit, you need to insert the wireless transceivers into the unit and S-AIR
product.
For details of S-AIR products, see “Using an S-AIR Product” (page 61).
Rear panel of the surround
amplifier
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
T10
EZW-R
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
EXT
DC5V
TV
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
500mA
MAX
R
B
C
R
L IN
DIGITA
KER
SPEA
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
ID
S-AIR
A
AUDIO
IN
IN
AUDIO
L
G
PAIRIN
R
OUND
SURR
R
TO
SELEC
ND
SURROUND
SURROU
BACK
RT
DMPO
DC5V MAX
700mA
AL
OPTIC
IAL
COAX
Wireless
transceiver
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Wireless
transceiver
Inserting the external memory
Rear panel of the unit
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
FM
0
-RT1
EZW
AM
AUDIO
L
TV
OUT
VIDEO
COMP
ONEN
T VID
EO OU
EXT
DC5V
TV
PB / CB
ABLE
SAT/C IN
L
DIGITA
PR / C R
Y
HDMI
RT
SPEA
R
FRONT
SPEA
DC5V MAX
700mA
)
(100
AL
OPTIC
COAX
500mA
MAX
R
ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
R
L IN
DIGITA
OUT
DMPO
LAN
L MIC
A. CA
C2
ECM-A
L
T
IAL
AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
With the terminal
side up
KER
TL
FRON
KER
FER
BWOO
R SU
CENTE
Ex. Sony USM2GL (not supplied)
Note
• Insert the external memory into the EXT slot as far as it will go.
• Insert the external memory straight. If you force the external memory into the slot, this will cause damage to both
the external memory and the unit.
• Keep the external memory away from small children to prevent them from accidentally swallowing it.
• Do not apply too much pressure to the external memory in the slot, as it may cause a malfunction.
• To avoid data corruption or damage to the external memory, turn the system off when inserting or removing the
external memory.
• Do not insert an external memory that contains photo or music files to avoid corrupting the external memory data.
To remove the external memory
1
2
Press "/1 to turn the system off.
Pull out the external memory from the EXT slot.
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Getting Started
Insert the external memory device (1 GB or larger USB flash memory, such as Sony USM2GL,
USM4GL, or USM1GH, not supplied) into the EXT slot. Check that “EXT” lights up in the front panel
display when turning the system on. By connecting an external memory, you can enjoy additional
contents (BonusView/BD-Live) depending on the disc (page 48).
Getting Started
Connecting to the network
Connect the LAN (100) terminal of the unit to your Internet source using a network cable to update the
system’s software using the network. You can also enjoy BD-Live (page 48).
Make the appropriate settings in [Internet Settings] under [Network Settings] (page 88).
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
PB / CB
Rear panel of the unit
ANTENNA
VIDEO OUT
EZW-RT10
Y
COAXIAL 75
FM
PR / CR
HDMI OUT
SAT/CABLE
DIGITAL IN
LAN(100)
TV
DIGITAL IN
DC5V
700mA MAX
CENTER SUBWOOFER
FRONT R
TV
EXT
DC5V
500mA MAX
DMPORT
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
FRONT L
AM
AUDIO
L
L
R
R
S-AIR ID
A
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
B
A. CAL MIC
ECM-AC2
C
AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
When connecting via a wireless
LAN router
When connecting to a
broadband router directly
Network cable
(not supplied)
Network cable
(not supplied)
Wireless LAN router
(access point)
(not supplied)
LAN(100)
Broadband router
(not supplied)
To PC
Network cable
(not supplied)
ADSL modem/
Cable modem
(not supplied)
Ethernet/wireless
LAN media converter
(not supplied)
To PC
Network cable
(not supplied)
ADSL modem/
Cable modem
(not supplied)
Internet
Internet
To update the system’s software using the network
See [Network Update] (page 79) and [Software Update Notification] (page 87).
Note
• Do not connect a phone line to the LAN (100) terminal, as it may cause a malfunction.
• Do not connect the LAN terminal of the unit to the LAN terminal of the PC.
• Depending on the modem or router, the type of network (LAN) cable, straight or crossing, differs. For details on
the network (LAN) cables, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the modem or router.
• For optimal performance of BD-Live functions, we recommend using an Internet connection with an effective
speed of 1 Mbps or greater.
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Connecting the AC power cords (mains leads)
Wall outlet (mains): The shape
of the wall outlet (mains) differs
depending on the area.
To turn off the demonstration mode
(Except for U.S. models)
After connecting the AC power cord (mains lead), the demonstration appears in the front panel display.
You can turn off the demonstration simply by pressing "/1 on the remote. For details, see “About the
demonstration” (page 76).
To turn the system on/off (standby mode)
"/1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press "/1.
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Getting Started
Before connecting the AC power cords (mains leads) of the unit and the surround amplifier to a wall
outlet (mains), connect the front, center speakers and subwoofer to the unit and surround speakers to
the surround amplifier.
Getting Started
3
Step 3: Setting up the
Wireless System
4
To use the wireless system, you need to set up
the surround amplifier. Before setting, make
sure that the wireless transceivers are inserted
into the unit and the surround amplifier correctly
(page 28).
This wireless system is called “S-AIR.” For
details of the S-AIR function, see “Using an
S-AIR Product” (page 61).
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA
VIDEO OUT
EZW-RT10
Y
PB / CB
COAXIAL 75
FM
PR / CR
HDMI OUT
SAT/CABLE
DIGITAL IN
LAN(100)
TV
DIGITAL IN
TV
EXT
DC5V
500mA MAX
DMPORT
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
DC5V
700mA MAX
CENTER SUBWOOFER
FRONT R
AM
AUDIO
L
L
R
R
S-AIR ID
A
FRONT L
COAXIAL
B
AUDIO IN
OPTICAL
A. CAL MIC
ECM-AC2
C
AUDIO IN
5
Set the SURROUND SELECTOR switch
of the surround amplifier to
SURROUND.
Set the S-AIR ID switch of the surround
amplifier to A.
Press POWER on the surround
amplifier.
The POWER / ON LINE indicator turns
green. If it doesn’t, check the transmission
status as follows.
To check the transmission status
You can check the status of sound transmission
between the unit and surround amplifier by
observing the POWER / ON LINE indicator of
the surround amplifier.
S-AIR ID switch
POWER / ON LINE Status
indicator
"/1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Turns green.
Sound transmission is
established.
Flashes green.
Sound transmission is not
established.
Turns red.
The surround amplifier does
not output sound.
Turns off.
The surround amplifier turns
off or its protection is active.
For details of the surround amplifier, see
“Surround amplifier operation” (page 99).
POWER / ON LINE
Indicator
S-AIR ID switch
POWER
EZW-RT10
POWER
S-AIR ID
SPEAKER
A
B
C
POWER/ON LINE
L
PAIRING
PHONES
SURROUND SELECTOR
SURROUND
SURROUND
BACK
To enjoy sound by using
headphones
You can enjoy the system’s sound by connecting
the headphones to the PHONES jack on the
surround amplifier.
R
Note
PHONES jack
SURROUND
SELECTOR switch
The unit transmits sound to the surround
amplifier that is connected to the surround
speakers. To establish sound transmission,
perform the following Steps.
1
2
Set the S-AIR ID switch of the unit to A.
Press "/1.
The system turns on.
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• The volume of the unit may become minimum if you
turn off the surround amplifier while the headphones
are connected to the surround amplifier, or radio
reception is poor. In this case, “HP NO LINK” and
“VOLUME MIN” appear alternately in the front
panel display. Check radio reception, and set the
volume again.
• When you connect the headphones to the surround
amplifier, sound is not output from the system’s
speakers.
When you use multiple S-AIR
products
Insert the tabs of the speaker cord
holder in the slots of the speaker cord
cover, and press it into place.
Speaker cord holder
To attach the cover to the
surround amplifier
After connecting and setting, you can attach the
cover to the surround amplifier for organizing
and storing excess speaker cords.
1
Attach the speaker cord cover by
sliding it down along the grooves at the
edges of the surround amplifier.
Surround amplifier
m
Speaker cord cover
Surround amplifier
Grooves
Push the speaker cord cover down until you
hear a click. Turn the surround amplifier
upside down, then store the cords in the
speaker cord cover.
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Getting Started
See “Establishing sound transmission between
the unit and S-AIR sub unit (ID setting)”
(page 61).
2
Getting Started
Step 4: Performing the
Easy Setup
5
The setting message appears.
Easy Setup
Set the items below required to use this unit.
Each of these items may be changed later under "Setup."
- Select the TV connection method
- Select the TV type
- Select the BD Internet Connection
- Select the Standby Mode
- Execute the Auto Calibration
Follow the Steps below to make the basic
adjustments for using the system.
Displayed items vary depending on the country
model.
Check that all cables, etc. have been connected and then start.
Start
"/1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
or c.
Press
This message appears only when
performing the [Easy Setup] for the first
time. It does not appear when performing
the [Easy Setup] accessed via the [Setup]
setting.
0
6
Press
or c.
The Setup Display for video cable selection
appears.
C/X/x/c,
HOME
Easy Setup - TV Connection Method
Select the video cable connecting this unit and the TV.
Component Video
Video
1
2
3
Turn on the TV.
Press [/1 on the unit, and POWER on
the surround amplifier.
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the system
appears on the TV screen.
The Easy Setup Display for OSD language
selection appears.
Easy Setup - OSD
Select the language to be displayed by this unit.
English
Français
Español
Português
If the Easy Setup Display does not
appear
Recall the Easy Setup Display. See “To
recall the Easy Setup Display” (page 37).
4
Press X/x to select a language for the
OSD.
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7
Press X/x to select the cable used to
connect the unit and TV.
Check the connection of the unit and TV
(page 24).
• When you connect the unit and TV with
an HDMI cable, select [HDMI], go to
Step 8 and set the video output resolution
to match your TV.
• When you connect the unit and TV with a
component video cord, select
[Component Video], go to Step 8 and set
the video output resolution to match your
TV.
• When you connect the unit and TV with
the video cord, select [Video] and go to
Step 9.
Note
• If the picture is distorted or no picture appears,
wait for about 30 seconds without pressing any
buttons. [Is this resolution OK?] appears. Select
[Cancel]. The display returns to the resolution
setting screen.
• If the selected video output resolution is
incorrect, no picture appears on the screen. In
this case, press and hold N and Z on the unit
for more than 5 seconds to reset the video output
resolution to the lowest resolution. To change
the video output resolution, set [Output Video
Format] in [Video Settings] (page 81).
Press
or c.
The Setup Display for video output
resolution selection appears. For details, see
[Output Video Format] (page 81).
When you select [HDMI] in Step 7
9
Press
or c.
The Setup Display for selecting the aspect
ratio of the TV to be connected appears.
Easy Setup - HDMI Resolution
Select the resolution to output to the TV. "Auto" is the standard selection.
The video switches for 30 seconds when this setting is changed.
Check that there are no problems with the video.
Nothing is displayed on the screen if the resolution is incorrect.
Easy Setup - TV Type
Auto
Select from [Auto], [480i], [480p], [720p],
[1080i], or [1080p].
When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time,
video signals may only output from the
HDMI OUT jack when [Auto] or [1080p] is
selected.
When you select [Component Video] in
Step 7
Easy Setup - Component Resolution
Select the resolution to output to the TV.
The video switches for 30 seconds when this setting is changed.
Check that there are no problems with the video.
Nothing is displayed on the screen if the resolution is incorrect.
Select the screen aspect ratio to match your TV.
10 Press X/x to select the setting that
matches your TV type.
• [16:9]: If you have a wide-screen TV or a
4:3 standard TV with a wide-screen mode.
(page 80)
• [4:3]: If you have a 4:3 standard TV.
(page 80)
11 Press
or c.
When you connect the unit and TV with
an HDMI cable
The Setup Display for the [Control for
HDMI] function appears. Go to Step 12.
When you do not connect the unit and
TV with an HDMI cable
Select from [480i], [480p], [720p], or
[1080i].
The Setup Display for [BD Internet
Connection] appears. Go to Step 14.
When you change the video
output resolution
A picture is displayed in the selected
resolution for about 30 seconds, then the
display asks for confirmation.
Follow the on-screen instructions and go to
the next step.
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Getting Started
8
Note
• When you do not connect the unit and TV with
an HDMI cable, you cannot select [HDMI].
• When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time, select
[Component Video].
• For details about video output resolution, see
“Video Output Resolution” (page 104).
12 Press X/x to select the setting for the
Getting Started
Control for HDMI function.
Easy Setup - Control for HDMI
You can operate this unit in conjunction with a TV connected by HDMI.
Check your TV settings when using this function.
On
16 Press X/x to select the standby mode.
You can operate the player quickly after
turning on this function.
Select [Quick Start] if you want to shorten
the startup time from the standby mode. The
default setting is [Normal].
Note
• Quick Start mode will increase electricity
consumption in the standby mode.
Select [On] to use the [Control for HDMI]
function (page 67) when connecting Sony
components that are compatible with the
Control for HDMI function.
If you do not use the [Control for HDMI]
function, select [Off].
13 Press
or c.
The Setup Display for [BD Internet
Connection] appears.
14 Press X/x to select the setting for the
17 Press
or c.
The Setup Display for [Auto Calibration]
appears.
18 Connect the calibration mic to the
A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.
Set up the calibration mic at ear level using
a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of
each speaker should face the calibration
mic, and there should be no obstruction
between the speakers and the calibration
mic.
BD Internet connections.
ANTE
COAX
NNA
IAL 75
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AM
AUDIO
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TV
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A. CA
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ECM-A
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DC5V
TV
ABLE
SAT/C IN
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DIGITA
DIGITA
500mA
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ID
S-AIR
A
B
C
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AUDIO
IN
AUDIO
IN
AL
OPTIC
COAX
IAL
Select [Allow] to allow Internet
connections.
If you do not allow the connections, select
[Do not allow].
15 Press
Calibration mic
or c.
The Setup Display for [Standby Mode]
appears.
19 Press X/x to select [Start].
To cancel, select [Cancel].
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20 Press
.
Step 5: Selecting the
Source
Getting Started
[Auto Calibration] starts.
The system adjusts the speaker setting
automatically.
Be quiet during the measurement.
You can select the playback source.
Note
• Loud test sound is output when [Auto
Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume
down. Give consideration to children and
neighbors.
• Before [Auto Calibration], install the surround
amplifier in the appropriate location. If you
install the surround amplifier in an improper
location, such as another room, proper
measurement will not be obtained.
• When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker
Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround
back speakers (page 17), install the speakers in
appropriate location and turn the surround
amplifier on.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
FUNCTION
21 Confirm the conclusions of [Auto
Calibration].
The conclusions appear on the TV screen.
Press C/c to change the page. The first page
shows the distance of speakers. The second
page shows the level of speakers. If the
conclusions are OK, unplug the calibration
mic and press X/x to select [OK].
Note
• The environment of the room in which the
system is installed may affect measurements.
Tip
• You can change a measurement unit (feet or
meters) by pressing the color button (RED).
22 Press
.
Easy Setup is finished. All connections and
setup operations are complete.
To quit the Easy Setup
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until the
desired function appears in the front panel
display.
Each time you press FUNCTION, the function
changes as follows.
“BD/DVD” t “TUNER FM” t “TUNER
AM” t “TV” t “SAT/CABLE” t
“DMPORT” t “AUDIO” t …
Function
Source
“BD/DVD”
Disc that is played by the system
“TUNER FM”/
“TUNER AM”
FM/AM radio (page 56)
“TV”
TV (component that is connected
to the TV (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks
or TV (DIGITAL IN OPTICAL)
jack on the rear panel (page 25))
“SAT/CABLE”
Component that is connected to
the SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN
COAXIAL) jack on the rear panel
(page 26)
“DMPORT”
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter
(page 60)
“AUDIO”
Component that is connected to
the AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R)
jacks on the rear panel (page 26)
Press HOME in any Step.
To recall the Easy Setup Display
1
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Easy Setup], then
press
.
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
The Easy Setup display appears.
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Getting Started
Step 6: Enjoying Surround Sound
You can enjoy surround sound simply by selecting one of the system’s pre-programmed decoding
modes. They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters into your home.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SYSTEM MENU
X/x/c,
Selecting surround sound effects based on your listening preference
1
2
3
4
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “AUDIO MENU” appears in the front panel display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “DEC. MODE” appears in the front panel display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until the surround sound effect you want appears in the front panel
display.
See the table below for surround sound effect descriptions.
5
Press
.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
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About speaker output
Sound from
Surround effect
Effect
Depending on the source.
“A.F.D. STD”
The system discriminates the sound format of the source and
presents sound as it was recorded/encoded.
(AUTO FORMAT
DIRECT STANDARD)
“A.F.D. 7.1CH”
(AUTO FORMAT
DIRECT 7.1CH)
“PRO LOGIC”
“PLII MOVIE”
“PLII MUSIC”
“A.F.D. 7.1CH”
(AUTO FORMAT
DIRECT 7.1CH)
“PLIIx MOVIE”
“PLIIx MUSIC”
“2CH STEREO”
• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound
from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1
channel speakers.
– “A.F.D. 7.1CH” outputs sound from the 5.1 channel
speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound across
each speaker.
– “PRO LOGIC” performs Dolby Pro Logic decoding.
– “PLII MOVIE” performs Dolby Pro Logic II movie
mode decoding.
– “PLII MUSIC” performs Dolby Pro Logic II music mode
decoding.
• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the
speakers depending on the number of channels of the
source. “A.F.D. 7.1CH” creates the surround back sound
virtually and gives you the sound as 7.1 channel surround
sound.
These decoding modes appear only when you use the
Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for
the surround back speakers (page 17).
• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound
from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from all the
speakers including the surround back speakers.
– “A.F.D. 7.1CH” outputs sound from the 7.1 channel
speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound across
each speaker.
– “PLIIx MOVIE” performs Dolby Pro Logic IIx movie
mode decoding.
– “PLIIx MUSIC” performs Dolby Pro Logic IIx music
mode decoding.
• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the
speakers depending on the number of channels of the
source.
The system outputs the sound from the front speakers and
subwoofer regardless of sound format or number of channels.
Multi-channel surround formats are downmixed to 2
channels.
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Getting Started
The table below describes the options when you connect all the speakers to the unit.
The default setting is “A.F.D. 7.1CH” (when connecting the headphones to the surround amplifier, the
default setting is “HP 2CH”).
Getting Started
Sound from
Surround effect
Effect
“HP 2CH”2)
(HEADPHONE 2
CHANNEL
STEREO)
This decoding mode appears only when you connect
headphones to the surround amplifier (page 32).
The system outputs the sound from the headphones
regardless of sound format or number of channels. Multichannel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channels.
To turn the sound effect off
Select “A.F.D. STD” for “DEC. MODE.”
Note
• When you select “A.F.D. 7.1CH,” depending on the disc or source, the beginning of the sound may be cut off while
the optimum mode is automatically selected. To avoid cutting the sound, select “A.F.D. STD.”
• When the input signal is multi-channel source, “PRO LOGIC,” “PLII MOVIE,” and “PLII MUSIC” are canceled
and the multi-channel source is output directly.
• When the bilingual broadcast sound is input, “PRO LOGIC,” “PLII MOVIE,” and “PLII MUSIC” are not effective.
• “A.F.D. 7.1CH,” “PRO LOGIC,” “PLII MOVIE,” “PLII MUSIC,” “PLIIx MOVIE,” and “PLIIx MUSIC” are
canceled when you set the sound mode (page 52) to either of the following settings.
– “SPORTS”
– “OMNI-DIR”
– “MOVIE-D.C.S.-”
• Depending on the input stream, the decoding mode may not be effective.
• When changing the decoding mode while using the S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may skip.
Tip
• The system memorizes the last decoding mode selected for each function.
Whenever you select a function such as “BD/DVD” or “TUNER FM,” the decoding mode that was last applied to
the function is automatically applied again. For example, if you select “BD/DVD” with “PRO LOGIC” as the
decoding mode, then change to another function, and then return to “BD/DVD,” “PRO LOGIC” will be applied
again.
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5
6
Playback
Press Z.
Place a disc.
Place one disc on the disc tray, and then
press Z.
Playing a BD/DVD
Playback
Depending on the disc, some operations may be
different or restricted.
Refer to the operating instructions supplied with
your disc.
FUNCTION
Nx
Z
"/1
FUNCTION
When you insert a commercially available
BD-ROM or DVD VIDEO, playback may
automatically start depending on the disc.
In this case, go to Step 9.
VOLUME
Note
Disc tray
VOLUME +/–
ONE-TOUCH
PLAY
SUBTITLE
"/1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
DISPLAY
TOP MENU
C/X/x/c,
HOME
FUNCTION
/
SCENE
SEARCH
MUTING
VOLUME
+/–
1
2
3
Number
buttons
TIME
7
8
Press C/c to select
Press X/x to select
or
.
SYSTEM
MENU
[Video].
, then press N
BD Data
ANGLE
Video
POP UP/
MENU
OPTIONS
./>
N
m/M
For commercially available BD-ROM or
DVD VIDEO, playback starts.
For a BD or DVD recorded on other
equipment, the title list appears. Press X/x
to select the desired title, then press N or
.
Playback starts.
x
X
Turn on your TV.
Switch the input selector on the TV to
this system.
Press "/1.
The system turns on.
4
• When you play an 8 cm disc, place it on the
inner circle of the tray. Be careful that the disc is
not skewed on the inner circle of the tray.
• Do not place more than one disc on the tray.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “BD/
DVD” appears in the front panel
display.
9
Press VOLUME +/– to adjust the
volume.
The volume level appears on the TV screen
and in the front panel display.
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Note
To
• When you set the [Control for HDMI] function to
[On], the TV that is connected to the system with an
HDMI cable can be sync-operated with the system.
For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI
Function for “BRAVIA” Sync” (page 67).
Play in slow, freeze M for more than one second in
frame (playback
pause mode. When you press
direction only)
M briefly in pause mode, you
can play one frame at a time.
Depending on the disc, this
function may not work.
To return to normal playback,
press N.
Tip
• You can change the speed at which the volume is
turned up and down.
To turn the volume up/down quickly, press and hold
VOLUME +/–.
To set the volume up/down precisely, press
VOLUME +/– briefly.
Other operations
Replay the previous
(instant replay) during
scene2)
playback.
(instant advance) during
Briefly fast forward
the current scene3) playback.
1)Scan
speeds may differ with some discs.
2)
BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/DVD-R only.
3)
BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/
DVD+R only.
To
Press
Stop
x
Pause
X
Resume play after
pause
X or N
To play a restricted BD or DVD
(Parental Control)
Go to the next
chapter
>
When you play a restricted BD
Go back to the
preceding chapter
. twice in a second.
When you press . once, you
can go to the beginning of the
current chapter.
Turn off the sound MUTING
temporarily
To cancel, press it again or
VOLUME + to adjust the sound
volume.
Remove the disc
Z on the unit.
Locate a point
quickly by playing
a disc in fast
forward or fast
reverse (Scan)1)
M or m while playing a disc.
Each time you press M or m
during scan, the playback speed
changes as follows:
Playback direction
M1 (×10) t M2 (×30) t
M3 (×120)
Reverse direction
n (×1) t m1 (×10) t
m2 (×30) t m3 (×120)
When you press and hold the
button, fast forward/fast reverse
continues at the selected speed
until you release the button.
To return to normal speed, press
N. Actual speeds may differ
with some discs.
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Press
Change [BD Parental Control] in [BD/DVD
Viewing Settings] (page 84).
When you play a restricted DVD
Change [DVD Parental Control] in [BD/DVD
Viewing Settings] (page 84).
When you play a restricted BD or DVD, the
display for entering your password appears on
the screen.
Enter your four-digit password using the
number buttons, and press
.
Playback starts.
To register or change the password, see
[Password] (page 85).
To play a restricted BD-RE or BDR (Disc Lock)
When you play a BD-RE or BD-R restricted by
the Disc Lock function, the display for entering
your password appears on the screen.
1
2
Enter the four-digit password that has
been registered when creating the disc
using the number buttons, and press
.
Select a title, and press N or
Playback starts.
.
One-Touch Play (for HDMI
connection only)
Changing the angles
If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene are
recorded on a disc, you can change the viewing
angle.
Note
• When using the HDMI connection, there may be a
delay before the playback picture appears on the
screen, and the beginning portion of the playback
picture may not be displayed.
• To use this function, set [Control for HDMI] to [On]
in [HDMI Settings] (page 86).
Press ANGLE during playback to select the
desired angle.
Playback
Press ONE-TOUCH PLAY.
The system and the connected TV turn on and
the input selector on the TV is switched to the
system; then you can enjoy the contents of a
disc.
Displaying the subtitles
Available OPTIONS
1
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
The available items differ depending on the
disc type or system situation.
Items
Details
[Video Settings]
Adjusts settings for picture
(page 47).
[Title List]
Displays the title list.
[Play]
Plays the title from the
point where you pressed x.
[Play from beginning]
Plays the title from the
beginning.
[Top Menu]
Displays the disc’s Top
Menu (page 44).
[Menu/Popup Menu]
Displays the BD-ROM’s
Pop-up Menu or DVD’s
menu (page 44).
[Stop]
Stops playback.
[Title Search]
Searches for a title and
starts playback from the
beginning (page 45).
[Chapter Search]
Searches for a chapter and
starts playback from the
beginning (page 45).
If subtitles are recorded on a disc, you can turn
the subtitles on/off during playback. If
multilingual subtitles are recorded on the disc,
you can change the subtitle language during
playback, or turn the subtitles on/off whenever
you want.
Press SUBTITLE during playback to select
the desired subtitle language.
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Resuming playback from the
point where you stopped the
disc
To display the Top Menu
(Resume Play)
When you stop the disc, the system remembers
the point where you pressed x. As long as you
do not remove the disc, Resume Play will work
even if the system is set to standby mode by
pressing "/1.
1
2
While playing a disc, press x to stop
playback.
Press X/x to select
or
.
Using the BD’s or DVD’s menu
A BD/DVD is divided into a lot of sections,
which make up a picture or music feature. These
sections are called “titles.” When you play a BD/
DVD which contains several titles, you can
select the title you want using the Top Menu.
You can also select items such as the language
for the subtitles and the language for the sound
using the Top Menu.
1
The disc’s menu appears on the TV screen.
The contents of the menu vary depending
on the disc.
, then press N
The system starts playback from the point
where you stopped the disc in Step 1.
2
Note
• Depending on where you stop the disc, the system
may not resume playback from exactly the same
point.
• The point where you stopped playing may be cleared
when:
– you open the disc tray.
– you play another title.
– you change the settings on the system.
– you disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead).
– you remove the external memory (for BD-ROMs).
• This function may not work properly with some
discs.
To play from the beginning of the
title
Press OPTIONS to select [Play from beginning],
then press
. Playback starts from the
beginning of the title.
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Press TOP MENU.
3
Press C/X/x/c or the number buttons to
select the item you want to play or
change.
Press
.
To display Pop-up Menus
Some BD-ROMs contain Pop-up Menus that
appear without interrupting playback.
1
Press POP UP/MENU during playback.
The Pop-up Menu appears.
2
Press C/X/x/c, the color buttons, or
number buttons to select the item, and
follow the on-screen instructions.
Searching for a scene quickly
Searching for a Title/Chapter
(Scene Search)
1
Press SCENE SEARCH during
playback or in pause mode.
Playback pauses and a bar with a scene
indicator (square-shaped – indicates the
current point) appears at the bottom of the
screen.
2
You can search for a chapter if the title contains
chapter marks.
1
Press OPTIONS during playback or in
pause mode.
Playback
You can move quickly between scenes within
the title currently being played back.
The options menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select a search method,
then press
.
• [Title Search] (for a BD-ROM/DVD
VIDEO): Searches the desired title.
• [Chapter Search]: Searches the desired
chapter.
The display for entering the number
appears.
Example: Chapter Search
Press and hold C/c or m/M to move
the scene indicator to the scene you
are searching for.
Scene indicator
Chapter :
Scene Search
The current point
The scene indicator on the bar is displayed
around the playing point.
3
Release the button at the point you
want to watch.
The scene at which you released the button
is displayed in pause mode.
To search for a scene again, move the scene
indicator using C/c or m/M.
4
3
Press SCENE SEARCH,
, N, or X.
Playback starts.
Press the number buttons to enter the
number of the title or chapter.
If you make a mistake, press CLEAR, and
re-enter another number.
4
Press
.
After a while, the system starts playback
from the selected number.
To cancel [Title Search]/[Chapter
Search]
Press RETURN.
To cancel Scene Search mode
Press SCENE SEARCH,
, N, or X.
Playback starts from the point you pressed the
button.
Note
• The Scene Search function is available for titles
longer than 100 seconds and shorter than 100 hours.
• Depending on the disc, this function may not work.
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Displaying the playing time
and play information
To view the playing time and
remaining time in the front panel
display
Press TIME repeatedly.
You can check the title information, including
the video transmission rate, etc.
Press
DISPLAY during playback.
The displayed information differs depending on
the disc type and system status.
English Dolby Digital Plus
Mbps
A The current selected angle
B Title number or name
C The currently selected audio setting
D Available functions (
subtitle)
angle/
audio/
E Playback information
Displays Disc type/Play mode/Video codec/
Bit rate/Playing status bar/Playing time
(Remaining time*)
F Output resolution/Video frequency
* Displayed when you press TIME repeatedly.
Tip
• You can also check the playback information in the
front panel display.
• You can change each setting by pressing SUBTITLE,
AUDIO, or ANGLE.
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1 Playing time of the current title
2 Remaining time of the current title
Some displayed items may disappear after a few
seconds.
Example: When playing a BD-ROM
Angle
Each time you press TIME while playing the
disc, the display changes:
1y2
Adjusting pictures for videos
Press OPTIONS during playback.
The options menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select [Video Settings],
then press
.
The [Video Settings] screen appears.
Playback
1
Note
• Set the picture setting of your TV to [Standard] before
changing [Picture Quality Mode].
• [Video Settings] is disabled when the connected TV
is set to Theater Mode (page 68).
• Depending on the disc or the scene being played,
[FNR], [BNR], or [MNR] effects may be hard to
discern.
Adjusting the delay between
the picture and sound
Video Settings
(A/V SYNC)
Select the item you want to change.
Close
Picture Quality Mode Standard
FNR
BNR
MNR
3
Standard
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
When the sound does not match the pictures on
the TV screen, you can adjust the delay between
the picture and sound.
1
2
[Picture Quality Mode]
Optimizes the picture settings for different
lighting environments.
• [Standard]
• [Brighter Room]
• [Theater Room]
3
4
[FNR]
Press X/x repeatedly until “AUDIO
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “A/V SYNC”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
Press X/x to adjust the delay between
the picture and sound.
You can adjust from 0 ms to 300 ms in 25
ms increments.
Reduces random noise appearing in the
picture.
• [Off]
• [Auto]
5
[BNR]
6
Reduces mosaic-like block noise in the
picture.
• [Off]
• [Auto]
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press
.
The setting is made.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Note
• Depending on the input stream, A/V SYNC may not
be effective.
[MNR]
Reduces minor noise around the picture
outlines (mosquito noise).
• [Off]
• [Auto]
4
Press C/X/x/c to select or adjust the
settings, then press
.
To adjust any other items, repeat steps 3 and
4.
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Enjoying BonusView/BDLive
5
6
7
Select the disc name, then press
OPTIONS.
Select [Erase], then press
Select [OK], then press
.
.
The data of the selected disc will be deleted.
Note
Some BD-ROMs with “BD-LIVE Logo*” have
bonus contents and other data that can be
downloaded to the external memory (local
storage) for enjoyment.
*
1
2
3
If a disc is inserted, remove the disc
from the unit.
Turn the system off.
Insert the external memory (not
supplied) into the EXT slot on the rear
of the unit.
The external memory is used as the local
storage.
Make sure that the external memory is
properly inserted into the unit (page 29).
4
5
6
7
Connect the system to a network
(page 30).
Turn the system on.
Set [BD Internet Connection] to [Allow]
in [BD/DVD Viewing Settings]
(page 85).
Insert a BD-ROM with BONUSVIEW/
BD-LIVE.
The operation method differs depending on
the disc. Refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the disc.
To delete data in the external
memory
You can delete unnecessary data.
1
2
3
4
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If a disc is inserted, remove the disc
from the unit.
Press HOME.
Press C/c to select
[Video].
Press X/x to select [BD Data], then
press
.
• Depending on the BD-ROM, the disc name may not
be displayed.
Tip
• To delete all data in the external memory at once,
select [Erase All] in Step 6.
• Press
instead of OPTIONS in Step 5 to skip Step
6.
2
Playing a CD
Press C/c to select
[Music].
Music
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
3
TIME
OPTIONS
FUNCTION
./>
.
The music list appears.
4
C/X/x/c,
HOME
Press
Playback
Music CD
Press X/x to select a track, then press
N or
.
The system plays the selected track.
Other operations
N
MUTING
VOLUME
+/–
1
2
m/M
To
Press
x
Stop
x
Pause
X
X
Resume play after pause X or N
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “BD/
DVD” appears in the front panel
display.
Insert a CD.
The Music Player screen appears.
3
Start playback from the N
point where you pressed
x.
Go to the next track
>
Go back to the
preceding track
. twice in a second.
When you press . once,
you can go to the beginning
of the current track.
Turn off the sound
temporarily
MUTING
To cancel, press it again or
VOLUME + to adjust the
sound volume.
Remove the disc
Z on the unit.
Fast reverse/fast
forward
m or M during
playback.
Press N.
Playback starts.
Music CD
Stereo
Current track number and elapsed time
4
Adjust the volume by pressing
VOLUME +/–.
The volume level appears on the TV screen
and in the front panel display.
To select a track
1
Press HOME.
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Available OPTIONS
1
Press OPTIONS.
Playing Photo Files
The options menu appears.
2
1)
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
The available items differ depending on the
disc type or system situation.
1)
2)
3)
BD-REs/BD-Rs containing JPEG image files
2)DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs
containing JPEG image files
Items
Details
[Play]
Plays the selected track.
[Play from beginning]
(during playback)
Plays the current track from
the beginning.
[Play from beginning]
(in stop mode)
Plays the selected track
from the beginning.
[Stop]
Stops playback.
3)CD-RWs/CD-Rs
containing JPEG image files
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
DISPLAY
Note
• The point where you stopped playing (resume point)
is cleared from memory when:
– You open the disc tray.
– You turn the system off.
To view the playing time and
remaining time in the front panel
display
Press TIME repeatedly.
Each time you press TIME while playing the
disc, the display changes:
1 t 2 t 3 t 4 t 1 t ...
1 Playing time of the current track
2 Remaining time of the current track
3 Playing time of the disc
4 Remaining time of the disc
C/X/x/c,
HOME
FUNCTION
OPTIONS
./>
N
x
X
1
2
3
4
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “BD/
DVD” appears in the front panel
display.
Insert a disc that contains photo files.
Press HOME.
Press C/c to select
[Photo].
Photo
Data CD
5
Press
.
The file list or folder list appears.
6
Press X/x to select a file or folder, then
press
.
When you select a folder, press X/x to
select a file in the folder, then press
.
The selected photo file is displayed.
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Other operations
Note
Press
Play a slideshow
N
Stop a slideshow
x
Pause a slideshow
X
Go to the next photo
>
Go back to the
preceding photo
.
Display the file
information
DISPLAY
Available OPTIONS
1
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
The available items differ depending on the
situation.
Items
Details
[Slideshow Speed]1)2)
Changes the slideshow
speed.
• [Fast]
• [Normal]
• [Slow]
[Stop]1)
Stops a slideshow.
[Rotate Left]1)
Rotates the photo
counterclockwise by 90
degrees.
[Rotate Right]1)
Rotates the photo
clockwise by 90 degrees.
[View Image]2)
Displays the selected
picture.
[Slideshow]2)
Starts a slideshow.
1)
Appears when you press OPTIONS during playback
of photo files.
2)Appears
when you press OPTIONS while the file/
folder list is displayed.
Playback
To
• When you attempt to play the following photo files,
the
mark appears on the screen and they cannot
be played.
– Photo files with width or height larger than 8,192
pixels
– Photo files with width or height smaller than 15
pixels
– Photo files exceeding 32 MB
– Photo files with extreme aspect ratios (greater than
50:1 or 1:50)
– Photo files in Progressive JPEG format
– Photo files that have a “.jpeg” or “.jpg” extension,
but are not in JPEG format
– Photo files that have an extremely long name
• The following photo files cannot be played.
– Photo files recorded on BD-Rs in any format other
than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.6
– Photo files recorded on BD-REs in any format
other than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.5
• The following photo files or folders cannot be
displayed in the file list or folder list.
– Photo files that have an extension other than
“.jpeg” or “.jpg”
– Photo files that have an extremely long name
– Photo files in the 5th tree and photo files/folders in
the 6th tree or lower
– Folders beyond the 500th folder, when the total
number of folders and files in a single tree exceeds
500
• Photo files edited on a PC may not be played.
• Thumbnail images of some photo files may not be
displayed.
• Large photo files may take some time to display or to
start a slideshow.
To view images in high picture
quality
If you have a Sony TV compatible with
“PhotoTV HD,” you can enjoy images in high
picture quality by the following connection and
setting.
1
2
Connect the unit to the TV using an
HDMI cable.
Set the TV’s video setting to [VIDEO-A]
mode.
For details on [VIDEO-A], refer to the
operating instructions supplied with the
TV.
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Note
Sound Adjustment
Selecting the Effect to
Suit the Source
You can select a suitable sound mode for movies
or music.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SOUND
MODE
Press SOUND MODE repeatedly during
playback until the desired mode appears in
the front panel display.
• “AUTO”: The system selects “MOVIE” or
“MUSIC” automatically to produce the sound
effect depending on the disc or sound stream.
• “MOVIE”: The system provides the sound for
movies.
• “MOVIE-D.C.S.-”*: The system reproduces
the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures
Entertainment “Cary Grant Theater” cinema
production studio.
• “MUSIC”: The system provides the sound for
music.
• “SPORTS”: The system adds reverberation for
the sports program.
• “NEWS”: The system provides the sound for
the voice program, such as news.
• “OMNI-DIR”: The same sound is audible
anywhere in the room.
* DCS technology is used.
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• When you connect headphones to the surround
amplifier, the sound mode is disabled.
• Depending on the disc or source, when you select
“AUTO,” the beginning of the sound may be cut off
as the system selects the optimum mode
automatically. To avoid cutting the sound, select
other than “AUTO.”
• Depending on the input stream, the sound mode may
not be effective.
• When changing the sound mode while using the
S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may
skip.
x DVD-VR
Selecting the Audio
Format, Multilingual
Tracks, or Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Note
• [ Stereo (Audio1)] and [ Stereo (Audio2)] do not
appear when only one audio stream is recorded on the
disc.
x CD
Sound Adjustment
When the system is playing a BD/DVD VIDEO
recorded in multiple audio formats (PCM,
Dolby Digital, MPEG audio, or DTS), you can
change the audio format. If the BD/DVD
VIDEO is recorded with multilingual tracks,
you can also change the language.
With a CD, you can select the sound from the
right or left channel and listen to the sound of the
selected channel through both the right and left
speakers.
The types of sound tracks recorded on a disc are
displayed.
Example:
• [ Stereo]
• [ Stereo (Audio1)]
• [ Stereo (Audio2)]
• [ Main]
• [ Sub]
• [ Main/Sub]
• [ Stereo]: The standard stereo sound.
• [ 1/L]: The sound of the left channel
(monaural).
• [ 2/R]: The sound of the right channel
(monaural).
0
AUDIO
Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to
select the desired audio signal.
The audio information appears on the TV
screen.
x BD/DVD VIDEO
Depending on the BD/DVD VIDEO, the choice
of language varies.
When 4 digits are displayed, they indicate a
language code. See “Language Code List”
(page 108) to confirm which language the code
represents. When the same language is
displayed two or more times, the BD/DVD
VIDEO is recorded in multiple audio formats.
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Enjoying Multiplex
Broadcast Sound
(DUAL MONO)
You can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound when
the system receives or plays a Dolby Digital
multiplex broadcast signal.
Using the Sound Effect
NIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SYSTEM
MENU
Note
• To receive the Dolby Digital signal, you need to
connect a TV or other component to the unit with an
optical or coaxial digital cord (pages 25, 26) and set
the digital output mode of the TV or other component
to Dolby Digital.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
AUDIO
DYNAMIC
BASS
C/X/x/c,
Reinforcing bass frequencies
You can reinforce bass frequencies.
Press DYNAMIC BASS.
“D. BASS ON” appears in the front panel
display and bass frequencies are effectively
reinforced.
During this mode is on, “BASS” lights up in the
front panel display.
Press AUDIO repeatedly until the desired
signal appears in the front panel display.
• “MAIN”: Sound of the main language will be
output.
• “SUB”: Sound of the sub language will be
output.
• “MAIN/SUB”: Mixed sound of both the main
and sub languages will be output.
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To turn off the sound effect
Press DYNAMIC BASS so that “BASS”
disappears from the front panel display.
Enjoying sound at low volume
You can enjoy sound effects or dialog, as you
would in a movie theater, even at low volume. It
is useful for watching movies at night.
Press NIGHT.
You can adjust the sound by changing the tonal
balance of the sound.
1
2
3
Note
• When sound is output from the center speaker, this
effect is more pronounced, as speech (movie dialog,
etc.) is easy to hear. When sound is not output from
the center speaker, or you are using the headphones,
the system optimally adjusts the volume.
4
Press X/x repeatedly until “AUDIO
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “TONE”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
Press X/x to select the desired setting,
then press
.
• “BASS”: You can adjust the bass
frequencies.
• “TREBLE”: You can adjust the treble
frequencies.
To turn off the sound effect
Press NIGHT so that “NIGHT” disappears from
the front panel display.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Sound Adjustment
“NIGHT ON” appears in the front panel display
and the sound effect is activated.
During the night mode is on, “NIGHT” lights up
in the front panel display.
Changing the tonal balance
5
Press X/x to adjust the sound.
The adjusted value appears in the front
panel display. You can set the value from
–6 to +6.
6
Press
.
The setting is made.
7
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
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2
Automatic tuning
Tuner
Press and hold TUNING +/– until the auto
scanning starts.
[Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen.
Scanning stops when the system tunes in a
station.
To stop the automatic tuning manually,
press TUNING +/– or x.
“TUNED” and “ST” (for stereo program)
light up in the front panel display.
Listening to the Radio
You can enjoy radio sound with the system’s
speakers.
"/1
CLEAR
Select the radio station.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Number
buttons
Manual tuning
0
SYSTEM
MENU
D.TUNING
Press TUNING +/– repeatedly.
3
C/X/x/c,
OPTIONS
HOME
FUNCTION
PRESET +/–
TUNING +/–
x
DISPLAY
VOLUME
+/–
Current station
Current band and preset number
To turn off the radio
Press "/1.
To change the AM tuning interval
1
2
FM 7
88.00 MHz
SONY RADIO
Adjust the volume by pressing
VOLUME +/–.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER AM” appears in the front panel
display.
Press and hold N and FUNCTION on
the unit until “AM 9K STEP” or “AM
10K STEP” appears in the front panel
display.
Tip
• To improve reception, reorient the connected
antennas (aerials).
Available OPTIONS
Station name
1
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
Tip
• You can operate the tuner function using the tuner
menu on the front panel display. See “Operating the
tuner function using the system menu” (page 58)
1
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Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
2
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
The available items differ depending on the
situation.
Items
Details
[Preset Memory]
Preset 20 FM stations, 10 AM
stations.
[Direct Tuning]
Input station frequency directly.
[FM Mode]
Select monaural or stereo
reception of FM programs.
To view the station name or
frequency in the front panel
display
When the system is set to “TUNER FM” or
“TUNER AM,” you can check the frequency
using the front panel display.
Press DISPLAY.
1
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
The last received station is tuned in.
2
Press PRESET +/– repeatedly to select
the preset station.
The preset number and frequency appear on
the TV screen and front panel display.
Each time you press the button, the system
tunes in one preset station.
* This is displayed if you have entered a name for a
preset station.
** Returns to the original display after several seconds
have elapsed.
Tuner
Each time you press DISPLAY on the remote,
the display changes as shown.
1 Station name*
2 Frequency**
Selecting the preset station
Tip
• You can select the preset station number directly
by pressing the number buttons.
Presetting radio stations
You can preset 20 FM stations, and 10 AM
stations. Before tuning, make sure to turn down
the volume to minimum.
1
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
Press and hold TUNING +/– until the
auto scanning starts.
[Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen.
Scanning stops when the system tunes in a
station.
“TUNED” and “ST” (for stereo program)
light up in the front panel display.
3
Press OPTIONS.
Selecting a radio station by
inputting a frequency directly
When you know the frequencies, you can select
radio stations by inputting the frequencies
directly.
1
2
5
6
Press X/x to select [Preset Memory],
then press
.
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
3
4
The options menu appears.
4
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
5
Press X/x to select [Direct Tuning],
then press
.
Press the number buttons to select the
frequencies.
Press
.
The setting is made.
Press X/x to select the preset number
you want.
Press
.
The setting is made.
To change the preset number
Select the desired preset number by pressing
PRESET +/–, then perform the procedure from
Step 3.
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To operate by using D.TUNING
1
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
Press D.TUNING.
Operating the tuner function
using the system menu
You can operate the tuner function using the
system menu on the front panel display.
To preset radio stations
3
4
Press the number buttons to select the
frequencies.
Press
.
1
2
1
3
3
4
Press OPTIONS.
The options menu appears.
2
Press X/x to select [FM Mode], then
press
.
5
Press X/x to select [Monaural].
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “TUNER
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “MEMORY”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
A preset number appears in the front panel
display.
• [Stereo]: Stereo reception.
• [Monaural]: Monaural reception.
4
Press and hold TUNING +/– until the
auto scanning starts.
Scanning stops when the system tunes in a
station. “TUNED” and “ST” (for stereo
program) light up in the front panel display.
If an FM program is noisy
If an FM program is noisy, you can select
monaural reception. There will be no stereo
effect, but reception will improve.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
TUNED
Press
ST
.
The setting is made.
6
Press X/x to select the preset number
you want.
TUNED
ST
Tip
• You can select the preset number directly by
pressing the number buttons.
7
Press
.
“COMPLETE” appears in the front panel
display, and the station is stored.
8
9
Repeat Steps 2 to 8 to store other
stations.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
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To change the preset number
To name preset stations
Select the desired preset number by pressing
PRESET +/–, then perform the procedure from
Step 3.
You can enter a name for preset stations. These
names (for example, “ABC”) appear in the front
panel display when a station is selected.
Only one name can be entered for each preset
station.
If an FM program is noisy
If an FM program is noisy, you can select
monaural reception. There will be no stereo
effect, but reception will improve.
3
Press X/x repeatedly until “FM MODE”
appears in the front panel display.
TUNED
4
5
or c.
Press
3
4
5
Press PRESET +/– repeatedly to select
the preset station you want to create an
index name for.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “TUNER
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “NAME IN”
appears in the front panel display.
Press X/x to select “MONO.”
Press
.
The setting is made.
7
2
ST
• “STEREO”: Stereo reception.
• “MONO”: Monaural reception.
6
The last received station is tuned in.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “TUNER
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” appears
in the front panel display.
TUNED
6
7
Tuner
1
2
1
ST
or c.
Press
Create a name by using C/X/x/c.
Press X/x to select a character, then press c
to move the cursor to the next position.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
TUNED
ST
You can input letters, numbers, and other
symbols for a radio station.
If you make a mistake
Press C/c repeatedly until the character to
be changed flashes, then press X/x to select
the desired character.
To erase the character, press C/c
repeatedly until the character to be erased
flashes, then press CLEAR.
8
Press
.
“COMPLETE” appears in the front panel
display, and the station name is stored.
9
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
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External Audio Device
Using the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT Adapter
The DIGITAL MEDIA PORT (DMPORT)
adapter is for enjoying sound from a portable
audio source or computer. By connecting a
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you can
enjoy sound from the connected component on
the system.
Available DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapters
vary in each area.
For details on connecting the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT adapter, see “Connecting the other
components” (page 26).
Note
• Do not connect an adapter other than the DIGITAL
MEDIA PORT adapter.
• Do not connect or disconnect the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT adapter to/from the unit while the system is
turned on.
• Depending on the type of DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
adapter, images are also output. In this case, the
system outputs a composite video signal only,
regardless of the type of video signal.
• When you use the system and a Bluetooth Wireless
Audio Adapter (such as TDM-BT1, not supplied) at
the same time, transmission distance between the
Bluetooth transmitter and Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Adapter may be reduced. In this case, place the
Bluetooth transmitter as far as possible from the
system, or move the Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Adapter closer to the Bluetooth transmitter.
• When you use the system and the Wireless Network
Audio Adapter (such as TDM-NC1, not supplied) at
the same time, place the Wireless Network Audio
Adapter as far as possible from the system.
Playing the connected
component on the system
1
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until
“DMPORT” appears in the front panel
display.
Start playback of the connected
component.
The sound and images from the connected
component are played on the system or
connected TV.
For operation details, refer to the operating
instructions of the DIGITAL MEDIA
PORT adapter.
Tip
• Depending on the type of DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
adapter, you may be able to operate a connected
component using either the buttons on the remote or
the unit. The following illustration shows an example
of buttons that can be used in this case.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
FUNCTION
X
./>
N
x
To enhance compressed sound
You can enhance compressed sound such as an
MP3 audio file. This effect is activated
automatically when you set the decoding mode
to “A.F.D. STD” (page 38) while the
“DMPORT” function is selected. To cancel the
effect, select other than “A.F.D. STD.”
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Using an S-AIR Product
The unit is compatible with the S-AIR function
(page 122), which allows sound transmission
between S-AIR products.
About S-AIR products
For the surround amplifier
For the S-AIR receiver
Simply by matching the ID of the unit and the
S-AIR sub unit, you can establish sound
transmission.
To set the ID of the unit
1
Set the S-AIR ID switch of the unit to
the desired ID.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
ANTENNA
VIDEO OUT
EZW-RT10
Y
PB / CB
COAXIAL 75
FM
PR / CR
HDMI OUT
SAT/CABLE
DIGITAL IN
LAN(100)
SPEAKER
SPEAKER
TV
DIGITAL IN
TV
EXT
DC5V
500mA MAX
L
S-AIR ID
A
B
Room A
FRONT L
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
S-AIR main unit
A. CAL MIC
ECM-AC2
C
R
FRONT R
AM
AUDIO
L
DMPORT
DC5V
700mA MAX
CENTER SUBWOOFER
AUDIO IN
R
AUDIO IN
S-AIR ID switch
External Audio Device
There are two types of S-AIR product.
• S-AIR main unit (this unit): This is for
transmitting sound. You can use up to three
S-AIR main units. (The number of usable
S-AIR main units depends on the use
environment.)
• S-AIR sub unit: This is for receiving sound.
– Surround amplifier: You can enjoy
surround speaker sound wirelessly.
– S-AIR receiver: You can enjoy system
sound in another room.
Establishing sound
transmission between the unit
and S-AIR sub unit
(ID setting)
You can select any ID (A, B, or C).
2
Press "/1.
The system turns on.
3
Set the S-AIR sub unit to the same ID.
Sound transmission is established as
follows (example):
S-AIR sub unit
(surround amplifier)
S-AIR main unit
(This unit)
Room B
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
(S-AIR receiver)
(not supplied)
Note
• You cannot operate this function if you do not insert
the wireless transceiver in the unit correctly
(page 28).
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
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To set the ID of the surround
amplifier
1
2
3
Make sure that the SURROUND
SELECTOR switch of the surround
amplifier is set to SURROUND.
Set the S-AIR ID switch of the surround
amplifier to match the ID (A, B, or C) of
the unit.
Press POWER on the surround
amplifier.
When sound transmission is established,
the POWER / ON LINE indicator of the
surround amplifier turns green.
For details of the POWER / ON LINE
indicator, see “To check the transmission
status” (page 32).
Enjoying the system’s sound in
another room
For the S-AIR receiver
You can enjoy the system’s sound by using the
S-AIR receiver. The S-AIR receiver can be
placed in another room for enjoying the
system’s sound there.
For details of the S-AIR receiver, refer to the
operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.
1
2
Tip
3
• When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker
Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround
back speakers (page 17), set the SURROUND
SELECTOR switch to SURROUND BACK.
4
Refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR
receiver.
You can use multiple S-AIR main units by
setting a different ID for each component.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MODE” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x to select the desired setting.
• “PARTY”: The S-AIR receiver outputs
sound according to functions set on the
unit.
• “SEPARATE”: You can set the desired
function for the S-AIR receiver while unit
functions do not change.
To set the ID of the S-AIR
receiver
To use multiple S-AIR main units
Press SYSTEM MENU.
5
Press
.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
S-AIR main unit
(This unit)
Other S-AIR
main unit
ID B
ID A
7
Select the desired function on the
S-AIR receiver.
x When “PARTY” is set
The S-AIR receiver’s function changes
sequentially as you press FUNCTION of
the main unit (page 37) or S-AIR CH of the
S-AIR receiver.
x When “SEPARATE” is set
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
ID A
S-AIR
sub unit
ID B
S-AIR sub unit
The S-AIR receiver’s function changes
by pressing S-AIR CH of the S-AIR
receiver as follows.
“MAIN UNIT” t “TUNER FM” t
“TUNER AM” t “DMPORT” t
“AUDIO” t …
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To enjoy the same function as the unit,
select “MAIN UNIT.”
When “TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM” is
selected on the unit, you can only select the
same band on the S-AIR receiver. When
other than “TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM”
is selected on the unit, you can select any
band for the tuner on the S-AIR receiver.
8
Adjust the volume on the S-AIR
receiver.
Note
To set “S-AIR MODE” via the
remote
Press S-AIR MODE.
For the S-AIR receiver
You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit
is in standby mode by setting “S-AIR STBY” to
“STBY ON.”
1
2
3
4
The S-AIR mode appears in the front panel
display. Each time you press S-AIR MODE, the
S-AIR mode changes.
Press
Operation
N, X, x,
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Share the same operations on the
remote and unit.
S-AIR CH
Change the function of the system.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
STBY” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x to select the desired setting.
• “STBY ON”: You can enjoy the S-AIR
receiver while the unit is in standby mode
or turned on. The power consumption
during standby mode increases.
• “STBY OFF”: You cannot enjoy the
S-AIR receiver while the unit is in
standby mode.
To control the system from the
S-AIR receiver
You can control the system from the S-AIR
receiver by using the following buttons.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
5
Press
External Audio Device
• When the sound is other than 2 channel stereo, multichannel sound is downmixed to 2 channel.
• The sound of the S-AIR receiver may be cut off by
operation of the unit.
Enjoying the S-AIR receiver
while the unit is in standby
mode
.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Note
For details, refer to the operating instructions of
the S-AIR receiver.
• When you turn the system off while “S-AIR STBY”
is set to “STBY ON,” “S-AIR” flashes (when sound
transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is
not established), or lights up (when sound
transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is
established) in the front panel display.
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Identifying the unit with a
specific S-AIR sub unit
(Pairing operation)
x After pairing
Sound transmission is established between the
paired unit and S-AIR sub unit(s) only.
Your room
Neighbor
This unit
For the surround amplifier
For the S-AIR receiver
ID A
It is easy to set the same ID for the unit and an
S-AIR sub unit, such as a surround amplifier or
S-AIR receiver, to establish sound transmission.
However, neighbors may also receive your
system’s sound if IDs are the same, or you may
receive sound from neighbors. To prevent this,
you can identify the unit with a specific S-AIR
sub unit by performing the pairing operation.
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
x Before pairing
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
Pairing
Sound transmission is established by the ID
(example).
Your room
No transmission
Neighbor
To perform pairing
1
This unit
Place the S-AIR sub unit that you want
to pair near the unit.
Note
• Remove headphones from the surround
amplifier (if connected).
ID A
2
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
• To set the ID of the unit, see “To set the ID
of the unit” (page 61).
• To set the ID of the surround amplifier,
see “To set the ID of the surround
amplifier” (page 62).
• To set the ID of the S-AIR receiver, refer
to the operating instructions of the S-AIR
receiver.
ID A
S-AIR sub unit
3
4
5
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Match the IDs of the unit and the S-AIR
sub unit.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “PAIRING”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
6
Press X/x repeatedly until “START”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
.
The unit starts pairing and “SEARCH”
flashes in the front panel display.
To cancel pairing, press SYSTEM MENU.
7
Start pairing of the S-AIR sub unit.
x For the surround amplifier
You can check the S-AIR status such as the
S-AIR ID or pairing information.
1
2
3
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
INFO” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
The S-AIR ID of the unit appears in the
front panel display. When the unit is paired,
“(PAIRING)” appears beside ID.
4
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Tip
• To press PAIRING on the rear panel of the
surround amplifier, a slim instrument, such as a
paper clip, can be used.
x For the S-AIR receiver
Refer to the operating instructions of the
S-AIR receiver.
When sound transmission is established,
“PAIRING” and “COMPLETE” appear
alternately in the front panel display.
Note
• Perform pairing within several minutes of Step
5. If you do not, “PAIRING” and
“INCOMPLETE” appear alternately in the front
panel display. To continue pairing, press
and
start again from Step 5. To cancel pairing, press
SYSTEM MENU.
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If sound transmission is
unstable
For the surround amplifier
For the S-AIR receiver
If you use multiple wireless systems which share
the 2.4 GHz band, such as wireless LAN or
Bluetooth, the transmission of S-AIR products
or other wireless systems may be unstable. In
this case, the transmission may be improved by
changing the following “RF CHANGE” setting.
1
2
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Note
• When you perform pairing, “(PAIRING)” appears
beside ID on the display for selecting ID.
External Audio Device
Press POWER on the surround amplifier to
turn on the surround amplifier and press
PAIRING on the rear panel of the surround
amplifier.
The PAIRING indicator of the surround
amplifier flashes red when pairing starts.
When sound transmission is established,
the PAIRING indicator of the surround
amplifier turns red and “PAIRING” and
“COMPLETE” appear alternately in the
front panel display.
Checking the S-AIR status of
the unit
3
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “S-AIR
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “RF
CHANGE” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
To cancel pairing
Change the ID setting of the unit by using the
S-AIR ID switch of the unit. If you select a new
ID, pairing is canceled.
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4
Press X/x to select the desired setting.
• “AUTO”: Normally select this. The
system changes “RF CHANGE” to “ON”
or “OFF” automatically.
• “ON”: The system transmits sound by
searching for a better channel for
transmitting.
• “OFF”: The system transmits sound by
fixing the channel for transmitting.
5
Press
.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
7
When you set “RF CHANGE” to “OFF,”
select the ID so that sound
transmission is most stable (page 61).
Note
• In most cases, you will not need to change this
setting.
– If “RF CHANGE” is set to “OFF,” transmission
between the unit and S-AIR sub unit can be
performed using one of the following channels.
– S-AIR ID A: equivalent channel for IEEE
802.11b/g channel 1
– S-AIR ID B: equivalent channel for IEEE
802.11b/g channel 6
– S-AIR ID C: equivalent channel for IEEE
802.11b/g channel 11
• The transmission may be improved by changing the
transmission channel (frequency) of the other
wireless system(s). For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the other wireless system(s).
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Note
Other Operations
Using the Control for
HDMI Function for
“BRAVIA” Sync
Control for HDMI is a mutual control function
standard used by CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control) for HDMI (High-Definition
Multimedia Interface).
The Control for HDMI function will not work in
the following cases:
– When you connect this system to a
component which is not compatible with the
Control for HDMI function.
– A component does not have an HDMI jack.
There are convenient buttons on the system’s
remote for operating the TV, such as
THEATER, ONE-TOUCH PLAY, and TV "/1.
For details, see “Controlling Your TV with the
Supplied Remote” (page 73) and refer to the
operating instructions of the TV.
THEATER
ONE-TOUCH
PLAY
Preparing for the Control for
HDMI function
(Control for HDMI - Easy Setting)
The system is compatible with the Control for
HDMI - Easy Setting function. If the TV is
compatible with the Control for HDMI - Easy
Setting function, you can set the system’s
[Control for HDMI] function automatically by
setting the TV. For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the TV.
If the TV is not compatible with the Control for
HDMI - Easy Setting function, set the Control
for HDMI function of the system and TV
manually.
Other Operations
This function is available on TVs with the
“BRAVIA” Sync function only.
By connecting Sony components that are
compatible with the Control for HDMI function
with an HDMI cable, operation is simplified as
below:
– Theater Mode (page 68)
– One-Touch Play (page 68)
– System Power Off (page 68)
– Volume Limit (page 69)
– System Audio Control (page 69)
– Language Follow (page 69)
• Depending on the connected component, the Control
for HDMI function may not work. Refer to the
operating instructions supplied with the component.
• The Control for HDMI function may not work if you
connect a component other than Sony, even if the
component is compatible with the Control for HDMI
function.
Note
• For details on setting the TV, refer to the operating
instructions.
1
2
3
4
Make sure that the system and the TV
are connected with an HDMI cable.
Turn on the TV and press [/1 to turn on
the system.
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the system through
the HDMI input appears on the TV
screen.
Set the Control for HDMI function of the
system and TV.
The Control for HDMI function for system
and TV is simultaneously set to on.
TV
BRAVIA Sync
S-AIR
MODE
NIGHT
DYNAMIC
BASS
TV
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To set the [Control for HDMI]
function of the system to on/off
manually
1
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [HDMI Settings],
then press
.
The options for [HDMI Settings] appear.
4
5
Press X/x to select [Control for HDMI],
then press
.
Press X/x to select the setting, then
press
.
• [On]: On.
• [Off]: Off.
Note
• During the setting of the Control for HDMI function
for the system, the System Audio Control function
does not work.
Tip
• The default setting of the Control for HDMI function
of the system is [On].
Watching BD/DVD by a single
button press
(One-Touch Play)
By only pressing ONE-TOUCH PLAY, the TV
turns on, the TV is set for BD/DVD input
selector, and the system starts playing a disc
automatically.
Also, when you insert a disc, One-Touch Play is
enabled. If One-Touch Play does not start (in the
case of inserting a disc that is not compatible
with the auto playback function), press N or
ONE-TOUCH PLAY.
The system and TV work as follows (e.g.):
This system
TV
Turns on. (If not already
turned on.)
r
Switches to “BD/DVD”
function.
r
Starts playing the disc and
outputs the sound.
Turns on. (If not already
turned on.)
r
Switches to HDMI input.
r
Minimizes sound level.
(System Audio Control)
Using the Theater Mode
(Theater Mode)
If your TV is compatible with the Theater mode,
when you press THEATER, you can enjoy the
optimum video mode and sound quality suited
for movies, and TV sound is output from the
system’s speakers automatically. Also, the TV’s
video mode switches to Theater Mode.
Turning the system off in sync
with the TV
(System Power Off)
When you turn the TV off by using the POWER
button on the TV’s remote or TV "/1 on the
system’s remote, the system turns off
automatically.
Note
• Before using the System Power Off function, set the
function for TV power. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the TV.
• Depending on the status, the system or the connected
components may not turn off automatically. For
details, see the operating instructions supplied with
the connected components.
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Enjoying TV sound from the
speakers in this system
(System Audio Control)
You can enjoy TV sound in this system by easy
operation.
To use this function, connect the system and the
TV with an audio cord and an HDMI cable
(page 24).
(Language Follow)
When you change the language for the on-screen
display of the TV, the system’s on-screen
display language is also changed after turning
the system off and on.
Other Operations
You can use the System Audio Control function
as follows:
• You can enjoy TV sound from the speakers of
the system by means of a simple operation. For
details, see the operating instructions of the
TV.
• When the system is turned on, TV sound will
be output from the speakers of the system.
• When TV sound is output from the speakers of
the system, you can adjust the volume and turn
off the sound of the system using the TV
remote.
Changing the language for the
on-screen display of the TV
Note
• While the TV is in PAP (picture and picture) mode,
the System Audio Control function will not work.
When the TV exits PAP mode, the output method of
the TV returns to the one before PAP mode.
Setting the Maximum Volume
Level of the System
(Volume Limit)
If you change the output method of the TV to the
system speaker on the TV menu or by pressing
THEATER, loud sound may be output
depending on the volume level of the system.
You can prevent this by limiting the maximum
level of the volume. For details, see [Volume
Limit] (page 86).
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Calibrating the
Appropriate Settings
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Note
• The system outputs a loud test sound when [Auto
Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume
down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.
1
Calibration mic
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Audio Settings],
then press
.
Press X/x to select [Auto Calibration],
then press
.
The confirmation display for [Auto
Calibration] appears.
5
Connect the calibration mic to the
A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.
Set up the calibration mic at ear level using
a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of
each speaker should face the calibration
mic, and there should be no obstruction
between the speakers and the calibration
mic.
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6
Press X/x to select [Start].
To cancel, select [Cancel].
7
Press
.
[Auto Calibration] starts.
The system adjusts the speaker settings
automatically.
Be quiet during the measurement.
Note
• Before [Auto Calibration], make sure that the
surround amplifier turns on and you install the
surround amplifier in the appropriate location. If
you install the surround amplifier in an improper
location, such as another room, proper
measurement will not be obtained.
• When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker
Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround
back speakers (page 17), install the speakers in
appropriate location and turn the surround
amplifier on.
• Loud test sound is output when [Auto
Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume
down. Give consideration to children and
neighbors.
8
Confirm the conclusions of [Auto
Calibration].
The conclusions appear on the TV screen.
Press C/c to change the page. The first page
shows the distance of speakers. The second
page shows the level of speakers.
[Speaker Settings]
• If measurement fails, follow the message then
retry [Auto Calibration].
To obtain the best possible surround sound, set
connection of the speakers and their distance
from your listening position. Then use the test
tone to adjust the level and the balance of the
speakers to the same level.
Tip
1
Note
• You can change a measurement unit (feet or
meters) by pressing the color button (RED).
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Setting the Speakers
Press X/x to select [OK] or [Cancel],
then press
.
x The measurement is not OK.
Follow the message, then select [OK] to
retry.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Audio Settings],
then press
.
Press X/x to select [Speaker Settings],
then press
.
The [Speaker Settings] display appears.
5
Press X/x to select the item, press
.
Setup the following settings.
Note
• While the Auto Calibration function works:
– do not turn off the power.
– do not press any button.
– do not change the volume.
– do not change the function.
– do not change the disc.
– do not insert or eject a disc.
– do not connect the headphones to the surround
amplifier.
– do not disconnect the calibration mic.
Other Operations
x The measurement is OK.
Disconnect the calibration mic, then select
[OK]. The result is implemented.
Press HOME.
x [Connection]
If you do not connect center or surround
speakers, set the parameters for [Center] and
[Surround]. Since the front speaker and
subwoofer settings are fixed, you cannot change
them.
When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker
Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround
back speakers (page 17), set [Surround Back]
also.
[Front]
[Yes]
[Center]
[Yes]: Normally select this.
[None]: Select this if no center speaker is used.
[Surround]
[Yes]: Normally select this.
[None]: Select this if no surround speaker is
used.
[Surround Back]
[Yes]: Select this if surround back speakers are
used.
[None]: Select this if no surround back speaker
is used.
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[Subwoofer]
Tip
[Yes]
• You can change a measurement unit (feet or meters)
by pressing the color button (RED).
x [Distance]
When you move the speakers, be sure to set the
parameters of the distance (A) from the
listening position to the speakers.
You can set the parameters from 0 to 23 feet (0.0
to 7.0 meters).
x [Level]
The speakers in the illustration correspond to the
following:
[Front Left/Right] 0.0 dB: Set the front speaker
level.
[Center]* 0.0 dB: Set the center speaker level.
[Surround Left/Right]* 0.0 dB: Set the surround
speaker level.
[Surround Back Left/Right]* 0.0 dB: Set the
surround back speaker level.
[Subwoofer] 0.0 dB: Set the subwoofer level.
1Center speaker
2Front left speaker (L)
3Front right speaker (R)
4Subwoofer
5Surround left speaker (L)
6Surround right speaker (R)
7Surround back left speaker (L) (optional)
8Surround back right speaker (R) (optional)
1
2
3
You can adjust the sound level of the speakers.
You can set the parameters from –6.0 dB to +6.0
dB. Be sure to set [Test Tone] to [On] for easy
adjustment.
* This item appears when you set to [Yes] in the
[Connection] setting.
x [Test Tone]
The speakers will emit a test tone to adjust
[Level].
4
A
5
6
7
A
8
[Front Left/Right] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the front
speaker distance.
[Center]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the center speaker
distance.
[Surround Left/Right]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the
surround speaker distance.
[Surround Back Left/Right]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the
surround back speaker distance.
[Subwoofer] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the subwoofer
distance.
* This item appears when you set to [Yes] in the
[Connection] setting.
[Off]: The test tone is not emitted from the
speakers.
[On]: The test tone is emitted from each speaker
in sequence while adjusting level. When you
select one of the [Speaker Settings] items, the
test tone is emitted from each speaker in
sequence.
Adjust the sound level as follows.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Note
• Depending on the input stream, [Distance] may not
be effective.
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Set [Test Tone] to [On].
Press X/x to select [Level], then press
.
Press X/x to select the desired speaker
type, then press
.
Press C/c to select the left or right
speaker, then press X/x to adjust the
level.
Press
.
Repeat Steps 3 to 5.
Press RETURN.
The system returns to the previous display.
8
Press X/x to select [Test Tone], then
press
.
9
Press X/x to select [Off], then press
.
Note
• The test tone signals are not output from the HDMI
OUT jack.
Tip
• To adjust the volume of all the speakers at one time,
press VOLUME +/–.
Controlling Your TV with
the Supplied Remote
By adjusting the remote signal, you can control
your TV with the supplied remote.
Note
• When you replace the batteries of the remote, the
code number may reset itself to the default (SONY)
setting. Reset the appropriate code number.
Preparing the remote for
controlling the TV
If you successfully set the manufacturer’s code,
the TV button flashes twice slowly. If the setting
is unsuccessful, the TV button flashes five times
quickly.
Other Operations
Press and hold TV [/1 while entering your
TV’s manufacturer’s code (see the table)
using the number buttons. Then release TV
[/1.
Code numbers of controllable TVs
If more than one code number is listed, try
entering them one at a time until you find the
code that works with your TV.
Manufacturer
Code number
SONY
501 (default), 502
DAEWOO
506
EMERSON
567
FUNAI
548
GE
509
GOLDSTAR/LG
503, 517, 544, 568
GRUNDIG
533
HITACHI
514
ITT
521, 522
JVC
516
LOEWE
518
MITSUBISHI/MGA 527
NEC
503
NOKIA
521, 522, 573, 575
PANASONIC
553, 572
PHILIPS
515, 518, 557, 570
PIONEER
526
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Manufacturer
Code number
By pressing
RADIO SHACK
565
RCA/PROSCAN
510
Number buttons, Select the TV channel.
, ENTER
SABA
530, 537, 558
HOME
515, 517, 544, 566, 569, 571,
574
FAVORITES
Display the favorite channel list.
CC
Display closed captioning.
SANYO
508, 545
GUIDE
SHARP
535, 565
Display the Digital Electronic
Programme Guide (EPG).
TELEFUNKEN
547, 558
TOOLS
THOMSON
547, 549
Display the operation menu for the
current display.
TOSHIBA
541, 551
RETURN
Return to the previous channel or
layer on the menu of the TV.
ZENITH
543
SAMSUNG
Controlling the TV with the
remote
You can control the TV using the following
buttons. To use these buttons (other than
THEATER, TV [/1, TV INPUT), set the
remote to the TV mode by pressing TV, so that
TV lights up for 1 second.
To exit the TV mode, press TV so that TV
flashes four times.
Note
• While in the TV mode, if you press any of the
following buttons, TV lights up. (Depending on the
manufacturer setting, some buttons may not work,
and TV does not light up.)
• When you press other than the following buttons
while the remote is in the TV mode, TV flashes four
times and the remote exits the TV mode
automatically, and the system is operated as the
function of the pressed button.
• Depending on the TV, you may not be able to use
some or all of the buttons.
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By pressing
You can
TV "/1
Turn the TV on or off.
THEATER
Enjoy optimal images and sound
suited for movies.
TV INPUT
Switch the TV’s input source
between the TV and other input
sources.
VOLUME +/–
Adjust the TV volume.
CH +/–
Select the TV channel.
MUTING
Turn off the TV sound
temporarily.
You can
Display the menu of the TV.
Input “.” (dot) when inputting
numerics.
WIDE
Change the aspect ratio of the
connected TV.
C/X/x/c,
Select the item on the menu.
DISPLAY
Display the information.
Tip
• The function of these buttons are same as the remote
buttons of the SONY TV. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the TV.
Using the Sleep Timer
You can set the system to turn off at a preset
time, so you can fall asleep listening to music.
You can preset the time in 10-minute
increments.
1
2
3
Changing the Brightness
of the Front Panel
Display
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The brightness of the front panel display can be
set to either of 2 levels.
Press X/x repeatedly until “SLEEP
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
1
2
Press X/x to select a setting.
The minutes display (the remaining time)
changes by 10 minutes.
3
4
Press
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Press X/x repeatedly until “DIMMER”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
Press X/x to select the brightness of
the front panel display.
• “DIMMER OFF”: Bright.
• “DIMMER ON”: Dark.
.
The setting is made and “SLEEP” flashes in
the front panel display.
5
4
Press X/x repeatedly until “DISP
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
5
Press
.
Other Operations
Tip
• You can select the remaining time by pressing
the number buttons. In this case, you can preset
the time in 1-minute increments.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
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Deactivating the Buttons
on the Unit
(Child Lock)
You can deactivate the buttons on the unit
(except for "/1) for preventing misoperation,
such as child mischief (child lock function).
Press x on the unit for more than 5
seconds.
“CHILD LOCK” and “ON” appear in the front
panel display.
The child lock function is activated and the
buttons on the unit are locked. (You can operate
the system by using the remote.)
To cancel, press x for more than 5 seconds so
that “CHILD LOCK” and “OFF” appear in the
front panel display.
Note
• When you operate the buttons on the unit while the
child lock function is on, “CHILD LOCK” appears in
the front panel display.
About the demonstration
You can turn on/off the demonstration in the
front panel display while the system is in
standby mode.
1
2
3
4
Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press X/x repeatedly until “DISP
MENU” appears in the front panel
display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until “DEMO”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
Press X/x to select a setting.
• “DEMO ON”: On.
• “DEMO OFF”: Off.
The default setting differs depending on the
area.
5
Press
.
The setting is made.
6
Press SYSTEM MENU.
The system menu turns off.
Tip
• When you purchase the system new, or if the system
is at its factory default settings (page 90), you can
turn off the demonstration simply by pressing [/1 on
the remote.
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Saving Power in Standby
Mode
Check that the following settings are made:
– [Control for HDMI] is set to [Off] (page 67).
– “S-AIR STBY” is set to “STBY OFF”
(page 63).
– “DEMO” is set to “DEMO OFF” (page 76).
– [Standby Mode] is set to [Normal] (page 87).
Other Operations
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You can setup the following options.
Settings and Adjustments
Icon
Using the Setup Display
Updates the software of the
system.
[Video Settings] (page 80)
You can make various adjustments of items such
as picture and sound.
Select
(Setup) on the home menu when you
need to change the settings of the system.
Makes the video settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
[Audio Settings] (page 82)
Makes the audio settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
Note
• Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over
the Setup Display settings and not all the functions
described may work.
1
[BD/DVD Viewing Settings]
(page 84)
Press HOME.
Makes detailed settings for BD/
DVD playback.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
Press C/c to select
Explanation
[Network Update] (page 79)
[Photo Settings] (page 86)
[Setup].
Makes the photo-related
settings.
[HDMI Settings] (page 86)
Network Update
Makes the HDMI settings.
Setup
[System Settings] (page 87)
Video Settings
Makes the system-related
settings.
Audio Settings
BD/DVD Viewing Settings
[Network Settings] (page 88)
Photo Settings
3
Makes detailed settings for
Internet and network.
Press X/x to select the setup category
icon to change, then press
.
[Easy Setup] (page 89)
Re-runs the Easy Setup to make
the basic settings.
Example: [Video Settings]
[Resetting] (page 90)
Resets the system to the factory
settings.
4
Setup
TV Type
Set the screen aspect ratio of your TV.
Screen Format
Original
DVD Aspect Ratio
Letter Box
Cinema Conversion Mode
Auto
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
The options for the selected item appear.
Example: [TV Type]
Setup
TV Type
16:9
4:3
Screen Format
DVD Aspect Ratio
Cinema Conversion Mode
Options
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5
Press X/x to select a setting, then
press
.
The setting is selected and setup is
complete.
The options for the selected item appear.
Example: [4:3]
[Network Update]
You can update and improve the functions of the
system.
For information about update functions, refer to
the following website:
http://esupport.sony.com
Note
Setup
4:3
TV Type
Set the screen aspect ratio of your TV.
Screen Format
Original
DVD Aspect Ratio
Letter Box
Cinema Conversion Mode
Auto
Selected setting
Tip
• The “UPDATE */9” counter (“*” indicates update
step) in the front panel display also shows progress of
the update.
• You can check the current software version by
selecting [System Information] in [System Settings]
(page 87).
• The [Setup] settings remain after updating.
• The system informs you of newer software version
information when [Software Update Notification] is
set to [On] (default) (page 87).
Settings and Adjustments
• Do not disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) or
network cable while downloading or updating
software.
• All operations, including opening the disc tray, are
disabled while updating.
• Downloading times may differ depending on the
server provider or line status.
• When error messages on network connections
appear, check the network connections using
[Network Diagnostic] of [Internet Settings] in
[Network Settings] (page 88).
Updating the system’s
software using the network
1
Press X/x to select [Network Update],
then press
.
The unit connects to the network, and the
display asks for confirmation.
2
Press C/c to select [OK], then press
.
The unit starts downloading, then updating
the software automatically.
When updating finishes, “COMPLETE”
appears for 5 seconds in the front panel
display, then the system automatically turns
off.
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3
Press "/1 to turn the system on.
The system starts up with the updated
software.
Updating the system’s
software using an update disc
You can update and improve the functions of the
system using an update disc provided by a Sony
dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
1
Insert the update disc.
The display asks for confirmation.
2
Select [OK], and press
Press "/1 to turn the system on.
The system starts up with the updated
software.
4
You can make the video settings according to
the type of connecting jacks.
x [TV Type]
You can select the aspect ratio of the connected
TV.
[16:9]: Select this when connecting to a widescreen TV or a TV with a wide-mode function.
[4:3]: Select this when connecting to a 4:3
screen TV without a wide-mode function.
.
Software update starts.
When updating finishes, “COMPLETE”
appears for 5 seconds in the front panel
display, then the system automatically turns
off.
3
[Video Settings]
Press Z to remove the disc.
x [Screen Format]
You can select the display configuration for a
4:3 screen picture on a 16:9 wide-screen TV.
[Original]: Select this when connecting to a TV
with a wide-mode function. Displays a 4:3
screen picture in 16:9 aspect ratio even on a
wide-screen TV.
[Fixed Aspect Ratio]: Changes the picture size
to fit the screen size with the original picture
aspect ratio.
x [DVD Aspect Ratio]
You can select the display configuration for
playback of 16:9 screen pictures on a 4:3 screen
TV (selectable when [TV Type] is set to [4:3]
and [Screen Format] is set to [Fixed Aspect
Ratio]).
[Letter Box]: Displays a wide picture with black
bands on the top and bottom.
[Pan & Scan]: Displays a full-height picture on
the entire screen, with trimmed sides.
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x [Cinema Conversion Mode]
Note
[Auto]: Normally select this. The unit
automatically detects whether the material is
video-based or film-based, and switches to the
appropriate conversion method.
[Video]: The conversion method suited for
video-based material will always be selected
regardless of the material.
• If the picture is distorted or no picture appears,
wait for about 30 seconds without pressing any
buttons. The display returns to the resolution
setting screen.
• If the selected video output resolution is
incorrect, no picture appears on the screen when
you press any button in 30 seconds. In this case,
press and hold N and Z on the unit for more
than 5 seconds to reset the video output
resolution to the lowest resolution.
• When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time, video
signals may not output from the jacks, other than
from the HDMI OUT jack, when [Auto] or
[1080p] is selected.
x [Output Video Format]
[HDMI Resolution]/[Component
Resolution]
You can set the video conversion method for
480p, 720p, 1080i, or 1080p* signals from the
HDMI OUT jack or the COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT jacks.
* HDMI only
1
Press X/x to select the jack type to
output video signals, then press
.
Note
• When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and
other video output jacks at the same time, select
[Component Video].
[TV Connection Method]
[HDMI]: Outputs signals from the HDMI
OUT jack according to the [HDMI
Resolution] setting below.
[Component Video]: Outputs signals from
the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
according to the [Component Resolution]
setting below.
[Video]: Outputs signals from the VIDEO
OUT jack.
2
(When you select [HDMI] or
[Component Video])
Press X/x to select the signal type for
the HDMI OUT jack or COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks, then press
.
When you change the video output
resolution, a picture is displayed in the
selected resolution for about 30 seconds,
then the display asks for confirmation.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
“HD” lights up in the front panel display
when outputting 720p/1080i/1080p video
signals.
[Auto] (HDMI only): Normally select this.
The unit outputs signals starting from the
highest resolution acceptable to the TV:
1080p > 1080i > 720p > 480p > 480i
If the resulting image format is undesirable,
try another setting that suits your TV.
[480i]: Outputs 480i video signals.
[480p]: Outputs 480p video signals.
[720p]: Outputs 720p video signals.
[1080i]: Outputs 1080i video signals.
[1080p] (HDMI only): Outputs 1080p
video signals.
Settings and Adjustments
You can select the jack type to output video
signals. For details, see “Video Output
Resolution” (page 104).
x [BD-ROM 1080/24p Output]
You can set to output 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video
signals when playing film-based materials on
BD-ROMs (720p/24 Hz or 1080p/24 Hz).
1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video signals can be output
when all of the following conditions are met.
– You connect a 1080/24p-compatible TV
using the HDMI OUT jack,
– [Output Video Format] is set to [HDMI], and
– [HDMI Resolution] is set to [Auto] or
[1080p].
The 24P indicator lights up when outputting
1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video signals.
[Auto]: Outputs 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video
signals only when connecting a 1080/24pcompatible TV using the HDMI OUT jack.
[On]: Outputs 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video
signals regardless of the connected TV type.
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[Off]: Select this when your TV is not
compatible with 1080/24p video signals.
[Audio Settings]
Note
• Video signals may not be output when [BD-ROM
1080/24p Output] is set to [On].
You can make the audio settings.
x [BD Audio Setting]
x [YCbCr/RGB (HDMI)]
You can set the color setting for video signals
output from the HDMI OUT jack. Select the
setting that matches the connected TV type.
[Auto]: Automatically detects the type of
external device, and switches to the matching
color setting.
[YCbCr (4:2:2)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:2:2 video
signals.
[YCbCr (4:4:4)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:4:4 video
signals.
[RGB (16-235)]: Select this when connecting to
a device with an HDCP-compliant DVI jack.
[RGB (0-255)]: Select this when connecting to
an RGB (0-255) device.
x [x.v.Color Output]
You can set whether to send xvYCC information
to the connected TV.
Combining xvYCC-compatible video with a TV
that supports x.v.Color display makes it possible
to more accurately reproduce object colors
present in the natural world.
[Auto]: Normally select this.
[Off]: Select this when the picture is unstable or
colors appear unnatural.
x [Pause Mode] (BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-R/
DVD-RW only)
You can select the picture in pause mode.
[Auto]: The picture, including subjects that
move dynamically, is output with no jitter.
Normally select this position.
[Frame]: The picture, including subjects that do
not move dynamically, is output in high
resolution.
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You can select whether to mix or not mix the
interactive audio (button sound, effect sound,
etc.) and secondary audio (commentary) when
playing a BD that contains such audio.
[Mix]: Outputs the audio obtained by mixing the
interactive audio and secondary audio to the
primary audio.
[Direct]: Outputs the primary audio only.
x [Audio DRC] (BD/DVD VIDEO only)
You can compress the dynamic range of the
sound track. [Audio DRC] is useful for watching
movies at low volume late at night.
[Auto]: Performs playback at the dynamic range
specified by the disc (BD-ROM only).
[Off]: No compression of dynamic range.
[On]: The system reproduces the sound track
with the kind of dynamic range that the
recording engineer intended.
x [Attenuate - TV]
Distortion may occur when you listen to a
component connected to the TV (AUDIO IN L/
R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by reducing
the input level on the unit. Distortion is not a
malfunction and will depend on the component
connected.
[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output
level is changed.
[Off]: Normal input level.
x [Attenuate - AUDIO]
x [Sound Effect]
Distortion may occur when you listen to a
component connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO
IN L/R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by
reducing the input level on the unit. Distortion is
not a malfunction and will depend on the
component connected.
You can set the system’s sound effects (SOUND
MODE, DYNAMIC BASS, NIGHT, “TONE,”
and “DEC. MODE”) to on/off.
[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output
level is changed.
[Off]: Normal input level.
[On]: Enables all of the system’s sound effects.
The upper limit of sampling frequency is set to
48kHz.
[Off]: The sound effects are disabled. Select this
when you do not want to set the upper limit of
sampling frequency.
x [BD/DVD Audio Output]
x [Speaker Settings]
The system cannot output multi-channel sound
from both the HDMI OUT jack and system’s
speakers simultaneously. You can select the
output method.
To obtain the best possible surround sound, set
the speakers. For details, see “Setting the
Speakers” (page 71).
You can calibrate the appropriate settings
automatically. For details, see “Calibrating the
Appropriate Settings Automatically” (page 70).
Settings and Adjustments
x [Auto Calibration]
[Speaker only]: Outputs multi-channel sound
from the system’s speakers only.
[Speaker priority]: Outputs multi-channel sound
from the system’s speakers and 2-channel linear
PCM signals from the HDMI OUT jack.
[HDMI priority]: Outputs 2-channel stereo
sound from the system’s speakers, and enables
sound output from the HDMI OUT jack. Sound
format from the HDMI OUT jack depends on
the connected component.
Note
• When you set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI
priority], a confirmation message appears on the TV
screen. Press C/c to select [OK] to complete the
setup.
• When you set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI
priority], the SOUND MODE, DYNAMIC BASS,
NIGHT, “TONE,” and “DEC. MODE” functions are
disabled.
• When the System Audio Control function (page 69)
is activated, this setting may change automatically.
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to [255] using C/X/x/c and the number
buttons.
[BD/DVD Viewing
Settings]
You can make detailed settings for BD/DVD
playback.
x [BD/DVD Menu]
You can select the default menu language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 108).
To cancel the Parental Control setting
Select [No Restrictions].
Note
• If you forget the password, reset the system (page 90)
and set a new password (see [Password] (page 85)).
• When you play discs which do not have the Parental
Control function, playback cannot be limited on this
unit.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change
the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In
this case, enter your password, then change the level.
• When [255] is selected in [Select Age Restriction],
the Parental Control setting is canceled.
Tip
x [Audio]
You can select the default track language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Original], the language given
priority in the disc is selected.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 108).
x [Subtitle]
You can select the default subtitle language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 108).
• You can change the password. See [Password]
(page 85).
x [DVD Parental Control]
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be limited
according to a predetermined level such as the
age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or
replaced with different scenes.
1
2
3
1
2
3
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
Press X/x to select the age restriction,
then press
.
The lower the value, the stricter the
limitation.
If you select [Select Age Restriction], you
can enter the age restriction level from [0]
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Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
Press X/x to select a level, then press
.
The lower the value, the stricter the
limitation.
To cancel the Parental Control setting
x [BD Parental Control]
Playback of some BD-ROMs can be limited
according to the age of the users. Scenes may be
blocked or replaced with different scenes.
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
Select [No Restrictions].
Note
• If you forget the password, reset the system (page 90)
and set a new password (see [Password] (page 85)).
• When you play discs which do not have the Parental
Control function, playback cannot be limited on this
unit.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change
the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In
this case, enter your password, then change the level.
Tip
• You can change the password. See [Password]
(page 85).
x [Parental Control Region Code]
3
Enter a new password using the
number buttons.
Playback of some BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs
can be limited according to the geographic area.
Scenes may be blocked or replaced with
different scenes.
4
1
x [Hybrid Disc Playback Layer]
2
3
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
Press X/x to select the area restriction,
then press
.
When you select [Select Region Code], the
display for entering the region code
appears. Enter the code for the area
restriction by referring to “Parental Control/
Area Code List” (page 108).
Tip
• You can change the password. See [Password]
(page 85).
You can select the layer priority when playing a
Hybrid Disc. To change the setting, turn the
system off and on again.
[BD]: Plays BD layer.
[DVD/CD]: Plays DVD or CD layer.
x [BD Internet Connection]
You can set whether or not to allow Internet
connections from the contents of a BD (in
BDMV mode) being played. Network
connections and settings are required when
using this function (page 88).
[Allow]: Normally select this.
[Do not allow]: Prohibits Internet connection.
Settings and Adjustments
Note
• If you forget the password, reset the system (page 90)
and set a new password (see [Password] (page 85)).
• When you play discs which do not have the Parental
Control function, playback cannot be limited on this
unit.
• Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change
the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In
this case, enter your password, then change the level.
Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
x [Password]
You can set or change the password for the
Parental Control function. A password allows
you to set a restriction on BD-ROM or DVD
VIDEO playback. If necessary, you can
differentiate the restriction levels for BD-ROMs
and DVD VIDEOs.
1
2
Enter your four-digit password using
the number buttons.
Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
To change the password
1
2
After Step 1, enter your four-digit
password using the number buttons.
Press X/x to select [OK], then press
.
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[Photo Settings]
[HDMI Settings]
You can make the photo-related settings.
You can make the HDMI settings.
x [Slideshow Speed]
x [Control for HDMI]
You can change the slideshow speed.
You can set the [Control for HDMI] function to
on/off. For details, see “Using the Control for
HDMI Function for “BRAVIA” Sync”
(page 67).
[Fast]: Photos change rapidly.
[Normal]: Photos change at normal speed.
[Slow]: Photos change slowly.
[On]: On. You can operate mutually between
components that are connected with an HDMI
cable.
[Off]: Off.
x [Volume Limit]
If you change the output method of the TV to the
system speaker on the TV menu or by pressing
THEATER, the System Audio Control
(page 69) is activated and loud sound may be
output depending on the volume level of the
system. You can prevent this by limiting the
maximum level of the volume.
[Level3]: Maximum volume level is set to 10.
[Level2]: Maximum volume level is set to 15.
[Level1]: Maximum volume level is set to 20.
[Off]: Off.
Note
• This function is available only when you connect the
unit and TV with an HDMI cable and [Control for
HDMI] is set to [On].
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[System Settings]
You can make the system-related settings.
x [OSD]
You can select your language for the system onscreen displays.
x [Software Update Notification]
You can get information on newer software
versions. The information appears on the TV
screen when you turn the system on. Network
connections and settings are required when
using this function (page 88).
x [Standby Mode]
[On]: Sets the system to inform you of newer
software version information (page 79).
[Off]: Off.
You can shorten the startup time when turning
the system on.
x [System Information]
[Quick Start]: Shortens the startup time from
standby mode. You can operate the system
quickly after turning it on.
[Normal]: The default setting.
You can display the system’s software version
information and the MAC address.
Note
x [Auto Display]
You can display information when switching
audio modes or during playback.
[On]: Automatically displays information on the
screen when changing the viewing titles, picture
modes, audio signals, etc.
[Off]: Displays information only when you
press
DISPLAY.
Settings and Adjustments
• When [Standby Mode] is set to [Quick Start], power
consumption will be higher than when [Standby
Mode] is set to [Normal].
x [Screen Saver]
The screen saver image appears when you do not
use the system for more than 15 minutes while
an on-screen display, such as the home menu, is
displayed on your TV screen. The screen saver
image helps prevent your display device from
becoming damaged (ghosting).
[On]: Turns on the screen saver function.
[Off]: Off.
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[Network Settings]
3
The [Proxy Settings] display appears.
If the proxy server does not have a specific
setting, go to step 8.
You can make detailed settings for Internet and
network.
x [Internet Settings]
These items are necessary when you connect to
the Internet via a network cable. Enter the
respective (alphanumeric) values for your
broadband router or Wireless LAN router. The
items that need to be set may differ, depending
on the Internet service provider or the router. For
details, refer to the instruction manuals that have
been provided by your Internet service provider
or supplied with the router.
1
2
Press X/x to select [IP Address
Acquisition], then press
.
If your ISP has a specific proxy server
setting, press X/x to select [Proxy
Settings], then press
.
4
5
6
Press X/x to select [Use of Proxy
Server], then press
.
Press X/x to select [On], then press
.
Select [Proxy Server] and [Port], and
enter the settings.
To enter the proxy server, see “To enter
characters” (page 88).
7
8
Press RETURN.
Press X/x to select [Network
Diagnostic], then press
.
Press X/x to select an item, then press
.
9
[Use DHCP]: Select this when DHCP
(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
server settings are available from your
Internet service provider. The network
settings necessary for the system will be
assigned automatically.
If you set [DNS Server Auto Acquisition] to
[Off], set the following items:
– [DNS Server (Primary)]
– [DNS Server (Secondary)]
10 Check that the message [Network
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
connections are correct.] appears.
The setup is finished. If the message does
not appear, follow the on-screen messages.
To enter characters
The display for entering characters appears
when you select [Proxy Server] in [Proxy
Settings].
Proxy Server Entry
[Use Static IP Address]: Set the IP address
manually according to your network
environment.
Set the following items:
– [IP Address]
– [Subnet Mask]
– [Default Gateway]
– [DNS Server (Primary)]
– [DNS Server (Secondary)]
Clear
Clear All
Space 0
Letter Type
1
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Finish
Press the number button repeatedly to
select a character.
Example:
Press the number 3 button once to enter [D].
Press the number 3 button three times to
enter [F].
Note
• When you set the [DNS Server (Primary)]/
[DNS Server (Secondary)] addresses manually,
enter the [DNS Server (Primary)] address.
Otherwise, the [Internet Settings] will be set
incorrectly.
Cancel
Symbol
2
3
Press c, and enter the next character.
Press YELLOW ([Finish]) to finish.
You can use the following buttons to enter
characters.
Buttons
Details
RED
[Letter Type]
Switches the keyboard between
alphabet and numbers.
GREEN
[A/a]
Switches the keyboard between
upper case and lower case.
BLUE
[Symbol]
Displays the keyboard for
symbols.
YELLOW
[Finish]
The input is entered, and the
system returns to the previous
display.
[Easy Setup]
You can recall the Easy Setup to make the basic
settings.
1
2
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
Follow the instructions for “Step 4:
Performing the Easy Setup” (page 34)
from step 4.
CLEAR
Erases the character to the right
[Clear]/[Clear All] of the cursor.
To erase all displayed characters,
press and hold CLEAR for 2
seconds or more.
Returns to the previous display,
canceling the input.
C/X/x/c,
• Select an input function using
C/X/x/c, and press .
• Enter characters as follows:
1Select a character selection
panel using C/X/x/c, and press
. 2Select a character using
C/c, and press .
Settings and Adjustments
RETURN
[Cancel]
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Resetting all the system
settings to the default
[Resetting]
Resetting the system settings
other than the settings related
to password
You can reset all the system settings to the
default settings.
1
You can reset the system settings to their factory
default. Settings can be reset by function group.
All the settings within the group will be reset.
2
1
3
2
Press
to select [Reset to Factory
Default Settings], then press
.
Press X/x to select the settings you
want to reset to default, then press
Note
• When [All Settings] is selected, all system
settings other than the settings related to the
password are reset, and the system turns off.
• Settings for “Adjusting pictures for videos”
(page 47) are not reset.
3
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
To cancel, select [Cancel].
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Press X/x to select [All Settings], then
press
.
The display asks for confirmation.
Press x and VOLUME – on the unit at
the same time for more than 5 seconds.
All system settings are reset to the default
settings, and the system turns off.
.
You can reset the following settings:
– [Video Settings]
– [Audio Settings]
– [BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (except for
the [BD Parental Control], [DVD
Parental Control], [Parental Control
Region Code], [Password] settings)
– [Photo Settings]
– [HDMI Settings]
– [System Settings]
– [Network Settings]
– [All Settings] (except for the [BD
Parental Control], [DVD Parental
Control], [Parental Control Region
Code], [Password] settings)
The display asks for confirmation.
Press
to select [Reset to Factory
Default Settings], then press
.
Note
• Settings for “Adjusting pictures for videos” (page 47)
are not reset.
On operation
Additional Information
Precautions
On safety
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, on the system, or
place the system near water, such as near a bathtub or
shower room. Should any solid object or liquid fall
into the cabinet, unplug the system and have it
checked by qualified personnel before operating it
any further.
• Do not touch the AC power cord (mains lead) with
wet hands. Doing so may cause an electric shock.
On power sources
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet (mains) if you do
not intend to use it for an extended period of time. To
disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, never by
the cord.
• Place the system in a location with adequate
ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the system.
• At high volume, over long periods of time, the cabinet
becomes hot to the touch. This is not a malfunction.
However, touching the cabinet should be avoided. Do
not place the system in a confined space where
ventilation is poor as this may cause overheating.
• Do not block the ventilation slots by putting anything
on the system. The system is equipped with a high
power amplifier. If the ventilation slots are blocked,
the system can overheat and malfunction.
• Do not place the system on surfaces (rugs, blankets,
etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may
block the ventilation slots.
• Do not install the system in a confined space, such as
a bookshelf or similar unit.
• Do not install the system near heat sources such as
radiators, air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration, or
shock.
• Do not install the system in an inclined position. It is
designed to be operated in a horizontal position only.
• Keep the system and discs away from components
with strong magnets, such as microwave ovens, or
large loudspeakers.
• Do not place heavy objects on the system.
On adjusting volume
• Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section
with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you
do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level
section is suddenly played.
On cleaning
• Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth
slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do
not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or
solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your system, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
On cleaning discs, disc/lens
cleaners
• Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners
(including wet or spray types). These may cause
the apparatus to malfunction.
Additional Information
On placement
• If the system is brought directly from a cold to a warm
location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture
may condense on the lenses inside the unit. Should
this occur, the system may not operate properly. In
this case, remove the disc and leave the system turned
on for about half an hour until the moisture
evaporates.
• When you move the system, take out any disc. If you
don’t, the disc may be damaged.
• If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the unit and
have it checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
On replacement of parts
• In the events that this system is repaired, repaired
parts may be collected for reuse or recycling
purposes.
On your TV’s color
• If the speakers should cause the TV screen to have
color irregularity, turn off the TV then turn it on after
15 to 30 minutes. If color irregularity should persist,
place the speakers further away from the TV set.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Caution: This system is capable of holding a still
video image or on-screen display image on your
television screen indefinitely. If you leave the still
video image or on-screen display image displayed
on your TV for an extended period of time you risk
permanent damage to your television screen.
Projection televisions are especially susceptible to
this.
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On moving the system
Before moving the system, make sure that there is no
disc inserted, and remove the AC power cord (mains
lead) from the wall outlet (mains).
About S-AIR function
• As the S-AIR function transmits sound by radio
waves, heed the following:
– Sound may skip when radio waves are obstructed.
This is a characteristic of radio waves and is not
malfunction.
– Equipment that generates electromagnetic energy,
such as a microwave oven, may interfere with
sound transmission.
• As the S-AIR function uses the radio waves that share
the same frequency as other wireless systems, such as
wireless LAN or Bluetooth, interference or poor
transmission may result. In this case, take the
following steps:
– Do not install the system near other wireless
systems.
– Do not use the system and the other wireless
systems at the same time.
• The transmission distance differs depending on the
usage environment. Find a location where
transmission between the S-AIR main unit and sub
unit is most effective, and install the S-AIR main unit
and sub unit there.
Notes about the Discs
On handling discs
• To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its
edge. Do not touch the surface.
• Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or
heat sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in
a car parked in direct sunlight as the
temperature may rise considerably inside the
car.
• After playing, store the disc in its case.
On cleaning
• Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning
cloth.
Wipe the disc from the center out.
• Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
spray intended for vinyl LPs.
This system can only playback a standard
circular disc. Using neither standard nor circular
discs (e.g., card, heart, or star shape) may cause
a malfunction.
Do not use a disc that has a commercially
available accessory attached, such as a label or
ring.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the system, use this troubleshooting
guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Note that if service personnel changes some parts during repair, these parts may be retained.
In the event of a problem with the S-AIR function, have a Sony dealer check the entire system together
(S-AIR main unit and sub unit).
Power
Remedy
The power is not turned on.
• Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected securely.
• Press "/1 after “STANDBY” disappears from the front panel display.
If “PROTECTOR” and “PUSH
POWER” appear alternately in
the front panel display.
Press "/1 to turn off the system, and check the following items after
“STANDBY” disappears.
• Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?
• Are you using only the specified speakers?
• Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the system?
• After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the system. If
the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above
items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Picture
Symptom
Remedy
There is no picture.
• The video connecting cords are not connected securely.
• The video connecting cords are damaged.
• The unit is not connected to the correct TV input jack (page 24).
• The video input on the TV is not set so that you can view pictures from the
system.
• Check the output method on your system (page 24).
• Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
• The unit is connected to an input device that is not HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection) compliant (“HDMI” on the front panel does not
light up) (page 24).
• When playing a double-layer DVD, the video and audio may be momentarily
interrupted at the point where the layers switch.
Additional Information
Symptom
No picture appears when the
• Press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the video
video output resolution selected output resolution to the lowest resolution.
in [Output Video Format] is
incorrect.
Video signals are not output
• Set [Output Video Format] to [Component Video] (page 81).
from the jacks, other than from
the HDMI OUT jack, when
connecting the HDMI OUT jack
and other video output jacks at
the same time.
The dark area of the picture is too • Set [Picture Quality Mode] to [Standard] (default) (page 47).
dark/the bright area is too bright
or unnatural.
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Symptom
Remedy
The picture is not output
correctly.
• Check the [Output Video Format] settings (page 81).
Picture noise appears.
• The disc is dirty or flawed.
• If the picture output from your system goes through your VCR to get to your
TV, the copy-protection signal applied to some BD/DVD programs could affect
picture quality. If you still experience problems even when you connect your
unit directly to your TV, try connecting your unit to the other input jacks.
Even though you set the aspect • The aspect ratio on the disc is fixed.
ratio in [TV Type] of [Video
Settings], the picture does not fill
the TV screen.
Color irregularity occurs on the
TV screen.
• If the speakers are used with a CRT-based TV or projector, install the speakers
at least 1.0 ft (0.3 meters) from the TV set.
• If the color irregularity persists, turn off the TV set once, then turn it on after 15
to 30 minutes.
• If howling occurs, reposition the speakers farther away from the TV set.
• Make sure that no magnetic object (magnetic latch on a TV stand, health care
device, toy, etc.) is placed near the speakers.
Sound
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Symptom
Remedy
There is no sound.
• The speaker cord is not connected securely.
• Press MUTING on the remote if “MUTING ON” is displayed in the front panel
display.
• The system is in pause mode. Press N to return to normal play mode.
• Fast forward or fast reverse is performed. Press N to return to normal play
mode.
• Check the speaker settings (page 71).
• Slow forward or freeze frame is performed. Press N to return to normal play
mode.
No sound is output from the
HDMI OUT jack.
• The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) device
jacks do not accept audio signals.
• Try the following: 1 Turn the system off and on again. 2 Turn the connected
component off and on again. 3 Disconnect and then connect an HDMI cable
again.
• Set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI priority] (page 83).
The left and right sounds are
unbalanced or reversed.
• Check that the speakers and components are connected correctly and securely.
There is no sound from the
subwoofer.
• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 22, 71).
Severe hum or noise is heard.
• Check that the speakers and components are connected securely.
• Check that the connecting cords are away from a transformer or motor, and at
least 10 feet (3 meters) away from your TV set or a fluorescent light.
• Move your TV away from the audio components.
• The plugs and jacks are dirty. Wipe them with a cloth slightly moistened with
alcohol.
• Clean the disc.
The sound loses stereo effect
when you play a CD.
• Select stereo sound by pressing AUDIO (page 53).
• Make sure the unit is connected properly.
Symptom
Remedy
The surround effect is difficult to • Check the decoding mode setting (page 38).
hear when you are playing a
• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 22, 71).
sound track of Dolby Digital,
• Depending on the BD/DVD, the output signal may not be the entire 5.1 channel.
DTS, or MPEG audio.
It may be monaural or stereo even if the sound track is recorded in Dolby
Digital or MPEG audio format.
The sound comes from the center • Depending on the disc, the sound may come from the center speaker only.
speaker only.
No sound is heard from the
center speaker.
• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 22, 71).
• Check the decoding mode setting (page 38).
• Depending on the source, the effect of the center speaker may be less
noticeable.
• A 2 channel source is being played.
No sound or only a very lowlevel sound is heard from the
surround speakers.
• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 22, 71).
• Check the decoding mode setting (page 38).
• Depending on the source, the effect of the surround speakers may be less
noticeable.
• Check the wireless setting (page 32).
• A 2 channel source is being played.
The beginning of the sound is cut • Set the sound mode to “MOVIE” or “MUSIC” (page 52).
off.
• Select “A.F.D. STD” for the decoding mode (page 38).
• The effects of SOUND MODE, DYNAMIC BASS, NIGHT, “TONE,” and
“DEC. MODE” may be disabled depending on the input stream (page 83).
Distortion occurs in the sound of • Reduce the input level for the connected component by setting [Attenuate - TV]
a connected component.
or [Attenuate - AUDIO] (page 82).
Operation
Symptom
Remedy
Radio stations cannot be tuned
in.
• Check that the antenna (aerial) is connected securely. Adjust the antenna
(aerial) or connect an external antenna (aerial) if necessary.
• The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic
tuning). Use direct tuning.
• No stations have been preset or the preset stations have been cleared (when
tuning by scanning preset stations). Preset the stations (page 56).
• Press DISPLAY so that the frequency appears in the front panel display.
Noise is heard on AM radio.
• Check the location of the AM loop antenna (aerial) and cord (page 27).
The remote does not function.
• There are obstacles between the remote and the unit.
• The distance between the remote and the unit is too far.
• The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the unit.
• The batteries in the remote are weak.
• When you cannot perform menu operations via the front panel display, press
HOME on the remote.
Additional Information
The sound effects are disabled.
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Symptom
Remedy
The disc does not play.
• The disc is dirty.
• There is no disc inserted.
• The disc is upside down.
Insert the disc with the playback side facing down.
• The disc is skewed on the disc tray.
• You are attempting to play a disc with a format that cannot be played back by
this system (page 101).
• The region code on the BD/DVD does not match the system.
• Moisture has condensed inside the unit and may cause damage to the lenses.
Remove the disc and leave the unit turned on for about half an hour.
• The system cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized
(page 101).
File names are not displayed
correctly.
• The system can only display ISO 8859-1-compliant character formats. Other
character formats may be displayed differently.
• Depending on the writing software used, the input characters may be displayed
differently.
A disc does not start playing
from the beginning.
• Resume Play has been selected.
Press OPTIONS and select [Play from beginning], then press
.
• The title or BD/DVD menu automatically appears on the TV screen.
The system starts playing the
disc automatically.
• The BD/DVD features an auto playback function.
Playback stops automatically.
• Some discs may contain an auto pause signal. While playing such a disc, the
system stops playback at the auto pause signal.
You cannot perform some
• Depending on the disc, you may not be able to perform some of the operations
functions such as stop or search. above. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc.
Messages do not appear on the
TV screen in the language you
want.
• In the Setup Display, select the desired language for the on-screen display in
[OSD] in [System Settings] (page 87).
The language for the soundtrack/ • Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection button on the
subtitle or angles cannot be
remote (page 44).
changed.
• Multi-lingual tracks/subtitles or multi-angles are not recorded on the BD or
DVD being played.
• The BD or DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the sound track/
subtitle or angles.
The disc tray does not open and • Try the following: 1 Press and hold VOLUME – and Z on the unit for more
you cannot remove the disc even than 5 seconds to open the disc tray. 2 Remove the disc. 3 Disconnect the AC
after you press Z.
power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after
several minutes.
A disc cannot be ejected and
• Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
“LOCKED” appears in the front
panel display.
The system does not work
normally.
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• Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then
reconnect after several minutes.
Symptom
Remedy
The Control for HDMI function • When “HDMI” does not light up in the front panel display, check the HDMI
does not work.
connection (page 24).
• Set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] to [On] (page 86).
• Make sure that the connected component is compatible with the [Control for
HDMI] function.
• Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) of the connected component is
connected securely.
• Check the connected component’s setting for the Control for HDMI function.
Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component.
• If you change the HDMI connection, connect and disconnect the AC power
cord (mains lead), or have a power failure, set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI
Settings] to [Off], then set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] to [On]
(page 86).
• For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI Function for “BRAVIA” Sync”
(page 67).
No sound is output from the
• Make sure that the connected TV is compatible with the System Audio Control
system and TV while using the
function.
System Audio Control function. • For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI Function for “BRAVIA” Sync”
(page 67).
The external memory is not
recognized.
Bonus contents or other data that • Try the following: 1 Remove the disc. 2 Turn the system off. 3 Remove and
are contained in a BD-ROM
re-insert the external memory (page 29). 4 Turn the system on. 5 Check that
cannot be played.
the EXT indicator lights up in the front panel display. 6 Insert the BD-ROM
with BonusView/BD-Live.
A message indicating that the
local storage does not have
enough space appears on the
screen.
• Delete unnecessary data in the external memory (page 48).
Additional Information
• Try the following: 1 Turn the system off. 2 Align the V mark of the EXT slot
with the V mark on the external memory, and insert the external memory
(USG1H only). 3 Turn the system on. 4 Check that the EXT indicator lights
up in the front panel display.
The unit does not work and
• Set the child lock function to off (page 76).
“CHILD LOCK” appears in the
front panel display when you
press any button on the unit.
The system menu does not work. • Press HOME on the remote.
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The S-AIR function
Symptom
Remedy
S-AIR connection is not
established (sound transmission
is not established), e.g., the
indicator of the S-AIR sub unit
does the following:
• Turns off.
• Flashes.
• Turns red.
• If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters)
away from the unit.
• Confirm the ID of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 61).
• You performed pairing the unit and another S-AIR sub unit. Perform pairing of
the desired S-AIR sub unit (page 64).
• The unit is paired to another S-AIR sub unit. To cancel pairing, reset the ID of
the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 61).
• Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless
products.
• Stop using another wireless product.
• The S-AIR sub unit is turned off. Make sure the AC power cord (mains lead) is
connected and turn on the S-AIR sub unit.
No sound is heard from the
S-AIR sub unit.
• If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters)
away from the unit.
• Confirm the ID of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 61).
• Confirm the pairing setting (page 64).
• Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit closer together.
• Avoid use of equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a
microwave oven.
• Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless
products.
• Stop using another wireless product.
• Change the “RF CHANGE” setting (page 65).
• Change the ID settings of the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit.
• Turn off the system and S-AIR sub unit, then turn on them.
There is noise or the sound skips. • If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters)
away from the unit.
• Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit closer together.
• Avoid use of equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a
microwave oven.
• Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless
products.
• Stop using another wireless product.
• Change the “RF CHANGE” setting (page 65).
• Change the ID settings of the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit.
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Surround amplifier operation
If no sound is output from the surround speakers, check the status of the POWER / ON LINE indicator
on the surround amplifier. For details of the POWER / ON LINE indicator, see “Step 3: Setting up the
Wireless System” (page 32).
Symptom
Remedy
The power is not turned on.
• Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected securely.
The POWER / ON LINE
indicator does not turn on.
Turn off the surround amplifier and remove the AC power cord (mains lead) of
the surround amplifier, then check the following items.
• Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?
• Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the surround amplifier?
After checking the above items and fixing any problems, connect the AC power
cord (mains lead) of the surround amplifier and turn on the surround amplifier.
If the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above
items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Additional Information
There is no sound.
• turns green
Check the status of the
– Check the speaker connections and settings.
POWER / ON LINE indicator on – The volume of the unit is set to minimum.
the surround amplifier.
– The unit is in muting status.
– Depending on the source or the settings of the unit, the effect of the speakers
may be less noticeable.
– Headphones are connected.
• flashes green
– The unit is not turned on.
– You performed pairing the unit and another S-AIR sub unit.
– The surround amplifier is paired to another S-AIR main unit.
– Confirm the IDs of the unit and surround amplifier (page 61).
– Pairing operation is not completed.
– Sound transmission is poor.
Move the surround amplifier so that the POWER / ON LINE indicator turns
green.
– Install the unit and surround amplifier apart from another wireless product.
– Stop using another wireless product.
– The wireless transceiver(s) is/are not inserted correctly.
• turns red
– Change the SURROUND SELECTOR switch (SURROUND or
SURROUND BACK) of the surround amplifier to match the unit.
“HP NO LINK” and “VOLUME • Volume becomes the minimum when you turn off the surround amplifier with
MIN” appear alternately in the
headphones connected before you turn off the unit or if radio reception is poor.
front panel display, and the
In these cases, check radio reception, and set the volume again.
volume of the unit becomes
minimum.
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Self-diagnosis Function
When the self-diagnosis function is activated to
prevent the system from malfunctioning, an
error code appears in the front panel display, or
just
appears without any messages on the
entire screen. In these cases, check the
following.
When an error code appears in
the front panel display
Error code
Corrective action
Exxxx
Contact your nearest Sony dealer or
local authorized Sony service
facility and give the error code.
SYSTEM ERR Turn off the system and disconnect
UPDATE NG the AC power cord (mains lead)
from the wall outlet (mains), then
reconnect and turn the system on. If
the system does not work normally,
consult your nearest Sony dealer or
local authorized Sony service
facility.
When just
appears without
any messages on the entire
screen
Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local
authorized Sony service facility.
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Playable Discs
Type
Disc logo
Characteristics
Blu-ray Disc
Icon
BD-ROMs and BD-REs/BD-Rs in
BDMV and BDAV mode, including
8 cm discs (single layer) and DL
discs
DVD VIDEO
Discs such as movies that can be
purchased or rented
DVD/DATA DVD
DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs in +VR mode
or DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in video and
VR mode, including 8 cm discs
(single layer) and DVD+R DL/
DVD-R DL discs
DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/
DVD-Rs containing JPEG* image
files
TM
CD
DATA CD
Discs recorded in AVCHD format**
Music CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in
music CD format
–
CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing JPEG
image files
* JPEG format conforming to UDF (Universal Disk Format).
** Some AVCHD format discs may not play, depending on the recording condition. The AVCHD format disc will
not play if it has not been correctly finalized.
Additional Information
AVCHD
Notes about BD-ROM compatibility
Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and evolving, some discs may not be playable depending
on the disc type and the version.
The audio output differs depending on the source, connected output jack, and selected audio settings.
Discs that cannot be played
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BDs with cartridge
DVD-RAMs
HD DVDs
DVD Audio discs
PHOTO CDs
Data part of CD-Extras
VCDs/Super VCDs
HD layer on Super Audio CDs
BD-ROMs/DVD VIDEOs with a different region code (page 102).
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• A disc recorded in a color system other than NTSC, such as PAL (this system conforms to the NTSC
color system).
Note on playback operations of a BD/DVD
Some playback operations of a BD/DVD may be intentionally set by software producers. Since this
system plays a BD/DVD according to the disc contents the software producers designed, some
playback features may not be available. Refer to the instructions supplied with the BD/DVD.
Region code (BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO only)
Your system has a region code printed on the rear of the unit and will only play a BD-ROM/DVD
VIDEO (playback only) labeled with identical region codes. This system is used to protect copyrights.
DVD VIDEO labeled ALL will also play on this system.
If you try to play any other DVD VIDEO, the message [Playback prohibited by region code.] will
appear on the TV screen. Depending on the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO, no region code may be indicated
even though playing the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO is prohibited by area restrictions.
Notes about BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or
CD-Rs/CD-RWs
Some BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be
played on this system due to the recording quality or physical condition of the disc, or the
characteristics of the recording device and authoring software. The BD-Rs recorded on a PC cannot be
played if postscripts are recordable.
A CD or DVD disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. For more information, refer to
the operating instructions supplied with the recording device. Note that some playback functions may
not work with some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if they have been correctly finalized. In this case, view
the disc using normal playback.
Notes on discs
This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
DualDiscs and some of the music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies do not conform
to the Compact Disc (CD) standard, therefore, these discs may not be playable by this product.
Note about double-layer DVDs
The playback pictures and sound may be momentarily interrupted when the layers switch.
Note about 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs
Some 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs cannot be played on this system.
Note about BD-REs/BD-Rs
This system supports Ver. 2.1 BD-RE and Ver. 1.1 and 1.2 BD-R including organic pigment type BDR (LTH type).
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Supported Audio Formats
Audio formats supported by this system are as follows.
Format
LPCM 2ch
LPCM 5.1ch,
LPCM 7.1ch
Dolby Digital
Dolby
TrueHD,
Dolby Digital
Plus
DTS
DTS-ES
Discrete 6.1,
DTS-ES
Matrix 6.1,
DTS96/24
DTS-HD
High
Resolution
Audio
DTS-HD
Master
Audio
“BD/DVD”
a
a
a
a
a
a*
a
a
“SAT/CABLE”
“TV”
(DIGITAL IN)
a
–
a
–
a
–
–
–
Function
a: Supported format.
–: Unsupported format.
* BD only.
Note
• The table above is valid only when you set [BD Audio Setting] to [Direct] (page 82) and [Sound Effect] to [Off]
(page 83). If another setting is used, depending on the audio format, sound may be decoded to a suitable format
automatically.
Additional Information
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Video Output Resolution
Output resolution differs depending on the [Output Video Format] setting in [Video Settings]
(page 80).
Resolution
setting
When [Output Video Format] is set to
[HDMI]
VIDEO OUT
jack
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
jack
480i
480i
480p
480i
720p
480i
When [Output Video Format] is set to
[Component Video]
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
jacks
HDMI OUT
jack
VIDEO OUT
jack
HDMI OUT
jack
480i
480i
480i
480i
480i
480i
480p
480i
480p
480p
480i
720p
480i
720p*
720p*
1080i
480i
480i
1080i
480i
1080i*
1080i*
1080p
no picture
no picture
1080p
unselectable
unselectable
unselectable
* Protected contents on DVDs are output at 480p resolution.
When [Output Video Format] is set to [Video]
480i video signals are output from the VIDEO OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack, and 480p
video signals are output from the HDMI OUT jack.
About the video output resolution of the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter
480i video signals are output from the VIDEO OUT jack regardless of the resolution setting, and video
signals are not output from the HDMI OUT and COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks when playing
contents via the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter.
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Specifications
Amplifier Section
(BDV-T20W)
* Depending on the decoding mode settings and the
source, there may be no sound output.
Inputs (Analog)
TV (AUDIO IN)
AUDIO (AUDIO IN)
Sensitivity: 450/250 mV
Impedance: 50 kilohms
Sensitivity: 450/250 mV
Impedance: 50 kilohms
Inputs (Digital)
TV (OPTICAL)
Impedance: SAT/CABLE (COAXIAL)
Impedance: 75 ohms
Video Section
Outputs
VIDEO: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms
COMPONENT:
Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms
PB/CB, PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p
75 ohms
* Depending on the decoding mode settings and the
HDMI OUT: Type A (19
pin)
source, there may be no sound output.
Amplifier Section
(BDV-E500W)
BD/DVD/CD System
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
(FTC Output Power)
for the US model
Front L/Front R:
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 56 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 0.7% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
U.S. models:
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
Front L/Front R/Center*:
143 watts (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
Subwoofer*: 285 watts (at
1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10%
THD)
Other models:
Stereo mode (rated)
108 W + 108 W (at 3 ohms,
1 kHz, 1% THD)
Tuner Section
Signal format system
System
FM tuner section
Tuning range
NTSC
PLL quartz-locked digital
synthesizer
Additional Information
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
(FTC Output Power)
for the US model
Front L/Front R:
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 56 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 0.7% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
Front L/Front R/Center*:
142 watts (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
Subwoofer*: 140 watts (at
1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10%
THD)
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
Front L/Front R/Center*:
143 watts (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)
Subwoofer*: 285 watts (at
1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10%
THD)
87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz
(100 kHz step)
Antenna (aerial)
FM wire antenna (aerial)
Antenna (aerial) terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced
Intermediate frequency
10.7 MHz
AM tuner section
Tuning range
530 kHz - 1,710 kHz (with
the interval set at 10 kHz)
531 kHz - 1,710 kHz (with
the interval set at 9 kHz)
Antenna (aerial)
AM loop antenna (aerial)
Intermediate frequency
450 kHz
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Speakers (BDV-T20W)
Speakers (BDV-E500W)
Front (SS-TSB94)
Front (SS-TSB91)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Full range Bass reflex
65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type
3 ohms
113 mm × 830 mm × 83
mm (4 1/2 in × 32 3/4 in ×
3 3/8 in) (w/h/d) (without
stand)
315 mm × 1,015 mm 1,345 mm × 315 mm
(12 1/2 in × 40 in - 53 in ×
12 1/2 in) (w/h/d) (with
stand)
1.6 kg (3 lb 9 oz) (without
stand)
3.3 kg (7 lb 5 oz) (with
stand)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Center (SS-CTB92)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Full range, Magnetically
Shielded
30 mm × 60 mm (1 3/16 in ×
2 3/8 in) cone type
3 ohms
380 mm × 50 mm × 64 mm
(15 in × 2 in × 2 5/8 in)
(w/h/d)
0.38 kg (14 oz)
Center (SS-CTB91)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Surround (SS-TSB95)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Full range Bass reflex
65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type
3 ohms
102 mm × 163 mm × 77
mm (4 1/8 in × 6 1/2 in ×
3 1/8 in) (w/h/d)
0.52 kg (1 lb 3 oz)
Mass (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Subwoofer Bass reflex
160 mm (6 3/8 in) cone type
1.5 ohms
220 mm × 395 mm × 325
mm (8 3/4 in × 15 5/8 in ×
12 7/8 in) (w/h/d)
5.6 kg (12 lb 6 oz)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Full range Bass reflex
65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type
3 ohms
105 mm × 225 mm × 85
mm (4 1/4 in × 8 7/8 in ×
3 3/8 in) (w/h/d)
0.6 kg (1 lb 6 oz)
Subwoofer (SS-WSB91)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
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Full range, Magnetically
Shielded
30 mm × 60 mm (1 3/16 in ×
2 3/8 in) cone type
3 ohms
380 mm × 51 mm × 68 mm
(15 in × 2 1/8 in × 2 3/4 in)
(w/h/d)
0.4 kg (15 oz)
Surround (SS-TSB92)
Subwoofer (SS-WSB92)
Speaker system
Speaker unit
Rated impedance
Dimensions (approx.)
2-Way 2-Driver, Bass
reflex
Tweeter: 20 mm (13/16 in)
cone type
Woofer: 65 mm (2 5/8 in)
cone type
3 ohms
115 mm × 640 mm × 85
mm (4 5/8 in × 25 1/4 in ×
3 3/8 in) (w/h/d) (wallmounted part)
295 mm × 1,190 mm × 295
mm (11 5/8 in × 46 7/8 in ×
11 5/8 in) (w/h/d) (whole
speaker)
1.5 kg (3 lb 5 oz) (wallmounted part)
3.7 kg (8 lb 3 oz) (whole
speaker)
Subwoofer Bass reflex
180 mm (7 1/8 in) cone type
1.5 ohms
225 mm × 395 mm × 325
mm (8 7/8 in × 15 5/8 in ×
12 7/8 in) (w/h/d)
6.2 kg (13 lb 11 oz)
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
120 V AC, 60 Hz
On: 120 W
Standby: 0.3 W (at the
Power Saving mode)
Output voltage/current
(DIGITAL MEDIA PORT)
DC 5 V/700 mA
LAN (100)
100BASE-TX Terminal
EXT
External memory slot (For
connecting the external
memory)
DC output: 5 V 500 mA
Max
Dimensions (approx.)
430 mm × 93 mm × 400
mm (17 in × 3 3/4 in ×
15 3/4 in) (w/h/d) incl.
projecting parts
430 mm × 93 mm × 430
mm (17 in × 3 3/4 in × 17
in) (w/h/d) (incl. Wireless
transceiver)
Mass (approx.)
5.4 kg (11 lb 15 oz)
U.S. models:
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
143 W (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)*
Other models:
Stereo mode (rated)
80 W + 80 W (at 3 ohms,
1 kHz, 1% THD)
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
143 W (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)*
* Depending on the source, there may be no sound
output.
Rated impedance
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions (approx.)
Amplifier Section (BDV-T20W)
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
for the US model
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 50 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 0.7% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
Surround mode (reference) RMS output power
142 W (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD)*
* Depending on the source, there may be no sound
output.
Amplifier Section (BDV-E500W)
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
for the US model
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 50 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 0.7% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
Mass (approx.)
120 V AC, 60 Hz
On: 50 W
85 mm × 100 mm × 330
mm (3 3/8 in × 4 in × 13 in)
(w/h/d) (incl. Wireless
transceiver)
85 mm × 100 mm × 345
mm (3 3/8 in × 4 in × 13 5/8
in) (w/h/d) incl. speaker
cord cover and speaker
cord holder
1.7 kg (3 lb 12 oz) incl.
speaker cord cover and
speaker cord holder
Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10/EZWRT10A)
Communication system
Frequency band
Modulation method
Power requirements
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
S-AIR Specification
version 1.0
2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
DSSS
DC 3.3 V, 350 mA
50 mm × 13 mm × 60 mm
(2 in × 17/32 in × 2 3/8 in) (w/
h/d)
24 g (1 oz)
Additional Information
Surround amplifier (TA-SA100WR)
3 - 16 Ω
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
• Standby power consumption 0.3 W.
• Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the
certain printed wiring boards.
• Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is
achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.
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Language Code List
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
1027
1028
1032
1039
1044
1045
1051
1052
1053
1057
1059
1060
1061
1066
1183
1186
1194
1196
1203
1209
1217
1226
1229
1233
1235
1239
1245
1248
1253
1254
1257
1261
1269
1283
1287
1297
1298
1299
1300
1301
1305
1307
1311
1313
1326
1327
1332
1334
1347
1349
1350
1352
1353
1356
1357
1358
1363
1365
1369
1376
1379
1393
1403
1408
1417
1428
1435
1507
1508
1509
1511
1512
1513
1514
1515
1516
1517
1521
1525
1527
1528
1529
1531
1532
1534
1535
1538
1539
1540
1543
1557
1564
1572
1581
1587
1613
1632
1665
1684
1697
1067
1070
1079
1093
1097
1103
1105
1109
1130
1142
1144
1145
1149
1150
1151
1157
1165
1166
1171
1174
1181
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali;
Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian;
Lettish
1345 Malagasy
1436
1463
1481
1482
1483
1489
1491
1495
1498
1501
1502
1503
1505
1506
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan)Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto;
Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
RhaetoRomance
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
SerboCroatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
1703 Not specified
Parental Control/Area Code List
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Code Area
Code Area
Code Area
Code Area
2044
2047
2046
2057
2070
2079
2090
2092
2115
2165
2174
2109
2248
2238
2254
2276
2304
2363
2362
2376
2390
2379
2427
2424
2436
2489
2501
2149
2499
2086
2528
2184
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
India
Indonesia
Italy
Japan
Korea
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Pakistan
Philippines
Portugal
Russia
Singapore
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
United
Kingdom
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be recorded on DVD discs in the same way as it
would be for a standard definition (SD)
television signal.
* A high definition specification that utilizes 1080
effective scanning lines and the interlace format.
** A high definition specification that utilizes 720
effective scanning lines and the progressive format.
BD-J application
The BD-ROM format supports Java for
interactive functions.
“BD-J” offers content providers almost
unlimited functionality when creating
interactive BD-ROM titles.
BD-R
BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) is a
recordable, write-once Blu-ray Disc, available
in the same capacities as the BD below. Since
contents can be recorded and cannot be
overwritten, a BD-R can be used to archive
valuable data or storing and distributing video
material.
BD-RE
BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) is a
recordable and rewritable Blu-ray Disc,
available in the same capacities as the BD
below. The re-recordable feature makes
extensive editing and time-shifting applications
possible.
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BD-ROMs (Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Memory)
are commercially produced discs and are
available in the same capacities as the BD
below. Other than conventional movie and video
contents, these discs have enhanced features
such as interactive content, menu operations
using pop-up menus, selection of subtitle
display, and slideshow. Although a BD-ROM
may contain any form of data, most BD-ROM
discs will contain movies in High Definition
format, for playback on Blu-ray Disc/DVD
players.
Blu-ray Disc (BD)
A disc format developed for recording/playing
high-definition (HD) video (for HDTV, etc.),
and for storing large amounts of data. A single
layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 25 GB, and a
dual-layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 50 GB of
data.
DCS (Digital Cinema Sound)
In collaboration with Sony Pictures
Entertainment, Sony measured the sound
environment of their studios and integrated the
data of the measurement with Sony DSP (Digital
Signal Processor) technology to develop
“Digital Cinema Sound.” “Digital Cinema
Sound” simulates in a home theater an ideal
movie theater sound environment based on the
preference of the movie director.
Digital Cinema Auto Calibration
Digital Cinema Auto Calibration was developed
by Sony to automatically measure and adjusts
the speaker settings to your listening
environment in a short period of time.
Dolby Digital
This movie theater sound format is more
advanced than Dolby Surround Pro Logic. In
this format, the surround speakers output stereo
sound with an expanded frequency range, and a
subwoofer channel for deep bass is
independently provided. This format is also
called “5.1” with the subwoofer channel
designed as the 0.1 channel (since it functions
only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six
channels in this format are recorded separately
for superior channel separation. Furthermore,
since all the signals are processed digitally, less
signal degradation occurs.
Dolby Digital Plus
Developed as an extension to Dolby Digital, the
audio coding technology supports 7.1 multichannel surround sound.
Dolby Pro Logic II
Dolby Pro Logic II creates five full-bandwidth
output channels from 2 channel sources. This is
done using an advanced, high-purity matrix
surround decoder that extracts the spatial
properties of the original recording without
adding any new sounds or tonal colorations.
x Movie mode
The Movie mode is for use with stereo television
shows and all programs encoded in Dolby
Surround. The result is enhanced sound field
directionality that approaches the quality of
discrete 5.1-channel sound.
The Music mode is for use with any stereo music
recordings, and provides a wide and deep sound
space.
Dolby Surround Pro Logic
As one method of decoding Dolby Surround,
Dolby Surround Pro Logic produces four
channels from 2 channel sound. Compared with
the former Dolby Surround system, Dolby
Surround Pro Logic reproduces left-to-right
panning more naturally and localizes sounds
more precisely. To take full advantage of Dolby
Surround Pro Logic, you should have one pair of
surround speakers and a center speaker. The
surround speakers output monaural sound.
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is a lossless coding technology
that supports up to 8 channels of multi-channel
surround sound for the next generation optical
discs. The reproduced sound is true to the
original source bit-for-bit.
Digital audio compression technology
developed by DTS, Inc. This technology
conforms to 5.1-channel surround. This format
comprises of stereo rear channel and there is
discrete subwoofer channel in this format. DTS
provides the same 5.1 discrete channels of high
quality digital audio. The good channel
separation is realized due to the all channel data
being recorded discretely and processed in
digitally.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
Developed as an extension to DTS Digital
Surround format. It supports a maximum
sampling frequency of 96 kHz, and 7.1 multichannel surround.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio has a
maximum transmission rate of 6 Mbps, with
lossy compression (Lossy).
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD Master Audio has a maximum
transmission rate of 24.5 Mbps, and uses
lossless compression (Lossless), and DTS-HD
Master Audio corresponds to a maximum
sampling frequency of 192 kHz, and maximum
of 7.1ch.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia
Interface)
HDMI is an interface that supports both video
and audio on a single digital connection,
allowing you to enjoy high quality digital
picture and sound. The HDMI specification
supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital
Content Protection), a copy protection
technology that incorporates coding technology
for digital video signals.
Additional Information
x Music mode
DTS
Interlace format
(Interlaced scanning)
The Interlace format is the NTSC standard
method for displaying TV images at 30 frames
per second. Each frame is scanned twice alternately between the even numbered scanning
lines and then odd numbered scanning lines, at
60 times per second.
LTH (Low to High)
LTH is a recording system that supports organic
pigment type BD-R.
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Parental Control
A function of the BD/DVD to limit playback of
the disc by the age of the users according to the
limitation level in each country. The limitation
varies from disc to disc; when it is activated,
playback is completely prohibited, violent
scenes are skipped or replaced with other scenes
and so on.
PhotoTV HD
“PhotoTV HD” allows for a highly-detailed
pictures, and photo-like expression of subtle
textures and colors. By connecting Sony
“PhotoTV HD” compatible devices using an
HDMI cable, whole new world of photos can be
enjoyed in breathtaking Full HD quality. For
instance, the delicate texture of the human skin,
flowers, sand and waves can now be displayed
on a large screen in beautiful photo-like quality.
Pop-up menu
An enhanced menu operation available on BDROMs. The pop-up menu appears when POP
UP/MENU is pressed during playback, and can
be operated while playback is in progress.
Progressive format
(sequential scanning)
In contrast to the Interlace format, the
progressive format can reproduce 50 - 60 frames
per second by reproducing all scanning lines
(525 lines for the NTSC system). The overall
picture quality increases and still images, text
and horizontal lines appear sharper. This format
is compatible with the 525 or 625 progressive
format.
S-AIR
(Sony Audio Interactive Radio
frequency)
Recent times have seen the rapid spread of BD/
DVD media, Digital Broadcasting, and other
high-quality media.
To ensure that the subtle nuances of these highquality media are transmitted with no
deterioration, Sony has developed a technology
called “S-AIR” for the radio transmission of
digital audio signals with no compression, and
has incorporated this technology into the EZWRT10/EZW-RT10A/EZW-T100.
This technology transfers digital audio signals
with no compression using the 2.4 GHz band
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range of ISM band (Industrial, Scientific, and
Medical band), such as wireless LANs and
Bluetooth applications.
x.v.Color
x.v.Color is a familiar term for the xvYCC
standard proposed by Sony.
xvYCC is an international standard for Color
space in video.
This standard can express a wider color range
than the currently used broadcast standard.
24p True Cinema
Movies shot with a film camera consist of 24
frames per second.
Since conventional televisions (both CRT and
flat panels) display frames either at 1/60 or 1/50
second intervals, the 24 frames do not appear at
an even pace.
When connected to a TV with 24p capabilities,
the player displays each frame at 1/24 second
intervals — the same interval originally shot
with the film camera, thus faithfully reproducing
the original cinema image.
Index
Numerics
24p True Cinema 122
A
A/V SYNC 47
ANGLE 43
Attenuate - AUDIO 83
Attenuate - TV 82
Audio 84
Audio DRC 82
Audio Settings 82
Auto Calibration 70, 83
Auto Display 87
AVCHD 101, 120
B
BD Audio Setting 82
BD Data 48
BD Internet Connection 85
BD Parental Control 84
BD/DVD Menu 84
BD/DVD Viewing Settings 84
BDAV 101
BD-Live 48
BDMV 101
BD-R 120
BD-RE 120
Blu-ray Disc 120
DVD Parental Control 84
DYNAMIC BASS 54
E
Easy Setup 34, 89
F
FM MODE 56
Front panel 12
Front panel display 13
H
HDMI
YCbCr/RGB (HDMI) 82
HDMI (High-Definition
Multimedia Interface) 121
HDMI Settings 86
Hybrid Disc Playback Layer 85
I
Instant Advance 42
Instant Replay 42
Interlace format 121
Internet Settings 88
L
Language Code List 108
LTH 121
C
M
CD 49, 101
Child Lock 76
Cinema Conversion Mode 81
Control for HDMI 43, 67, 86
Multiplex broadcast sound 54
D
D. C. A. C. (Digital Cinema
Auto Calibration) 70, 120
DEMO 76
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT 60
DIMMER 75
Disc Lock 42
Dolby Digital 53, 120
Dolby Digital Plus 121
Dolby Pro Logic II 121
Dolby Surround Pro Logic 121
Dolby TrueHD 121
DTS 53, 121
DTS-HD 121
DVD 41, 101
DVD Aspect Ratio 80
N
NAME IN 59
Network Settings 88
Network Update 79
NIGHT 55
O
One-Touch Play 43
OPTIONS 51
OSD 87
Output Video Format 81
Pause Mode 82
Photo Settings 86
PhotoTV HD 51, 122
Playable discs 101
POP UP/MENU 44
Progressive format 122
R
Rear panel 14
Region code 102
Remote 9
Resetting 90
Resume Play 44
RF CHANGE 65
S
S-AIR 5, 61, 122
S-AIR ID 61
S-AIR receiver 61
S-AIR INFO 65
S-AIR MODE 62
S-AIR STBY 63
Screen Format 80
Screen Saver 87
SLEEP MENU 75
Slideshow Speed 86
Sound Effect 83
Speaker Settings 71, 83
Connection 71
Distance 72
Level 72
Standby Mode 87
Subtitle 84
Surround amplifier 15, 61
System Information 87
SYSTEM MENU 38, 47, 55,
62, 63, 64, 65, 75, 76
T
Test Tone 72
TONE 55
TV Type 80
U
P
Update 79
PAIRING 64
PARENTAL CONTROL 122
Parental Control 42
Parental Control Region Code
85
Password 85
V
Video Settings 80
X
x.v.Color 82, 122
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