Changhong Electric DLP5132 Projection Television User Manual

3-866-565-13(1)
Color Rear Video Projector
Operating Instructions
KP-43T70
KP-46C70
KP-48S70
KP-48S72
KP-53S70
KP-53N74
KP-61S70
© 1999 by Sony Corporation
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock
hazard, do not expose the TV
to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ATTENTION
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE,
NE PAS OUVRIR
PRECAUCION
RIESGO DE CHOQUE ELECTRICO
NO
NO ADRIR
ABRIR
CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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.
CAUTION
To prevent electric shock, do not use this polarized AC
plug with an extension cord, receptacle or other
outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted to
prevent blade exposure.
CAUTION
When using TV games, computers and similar products
with your projection TV, or viewing a TV station whose
logo always stays on the screen, keep the brightness
and contrast functions at low settings. If a fixed (nonmoving) pattern such as a station logo is left on the
screen for long periods of time, especially at a high
brightness or contrast setting, the image can be
permanently imprinted onto the screen. These types of
imprints are not covered by your warranty because
they are the result of misuse.
Note on Caption Vision
This television receiver provides display of television
closed captioning in accordance with §15.119 of the
FCC rules.
Note on convergence adjustment
Before you use your projection TV, make sure to adjust
convergence. For details, see page 15.
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in
particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as
close to the point of cable entry as practical.
Use of this television receiver for other than private
viewing of programs broadcast on UHF or VHF or
transmitted by cable companies for the use of the
general public may require authorization from the
broadcaster/cable company and/or program owner.
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference with 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 antennas.
• 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.
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
This document is for the remote control RM-Y906
MODELS: KP-43T70, KP-46C70, KP-48S70, KP-48S72,
KP-53S70, KP-53N74, KP-61S70
Please keep this notice with the instruction manual.
As an ENERGY STAR Partner,
Sony Corporation has
determined that this product
meets the ENERGY STAR
guidelines for energy efficiency.
NOTIFICATION
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
ATTENTION
Pour prévenir les chocs électriques, ne pas utiliser cette
fiche polarisée avec un prolongateur, une prise de
courant ou une autre sortie de courant, sauf si les
lames peuvent être inserées à fond sans en laisser
aucune partie à decouvert.
Remote Control
MUTING
In the instructions that follow, we will
refer to the buttons on your remote control. (page 16)
Keep this flap unfolded and use this page
SYSTEM OFF
for reference.
(page 18)
VCR/DVD/MDP
operation buttons
POWER
(pages 16, 44, 45)
FUNCTION
DVD/
VTR
MUTING
FUNCTION
SYSTEM
OFF
DVD/VTR SAT/CABLE
TV
TV/VTR FREEZE
PIP
m
N
z
0 – 9 buttons
(page 16)
CC
TV/VIDEO
ANT
MTS/SAP DISPLAY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
JUMP
(pages 17, 19)
ANT (page 20)
MTS/SAP
9
INDEX
GUIDE
RESET
MENU
CH
(page 19)
TV/VIDEO
(page 17)
ENTER
VOL
PIP operation
buttons
DISPLAY
0
(pages 19, 22, 23)
(pages 18, 23)
ENTER (page 16)
GUIDE (page 45)
V/v/B/b and
buttons
(page 21)
MENU (page 21)
VOL +/– (page 16)
CODE SET
M
ACTIVE
x
SLEEP
PICTURE
MODE
CC (page 18)
(pages 18, 23)/
INDEX (for SAT, page 45)
RESET
SWAP
POSITION AUDIO
X
JUMP (page 17)
(pages 16, 44, 45)
TV
(page 44)
SLEEP (page 18)
PICTURE MODE (pages 16, 22)
POWER
SAT/
CABLE
CODE SET
CH +/– (page 16)
(pages 43, 45)
TV
Getting to know the buttons on the
remote control
Names of the buttons on the remote control are
presented in different colors to represent the
available functions.
Button color
Transparent .... Press to select the component
you want to control; e.g. VTR
(VCR)/MDP/DVD Player,
SAT (satellite receiver)/
CABLE, or projection TV.
Green ............... Buttons relevant to power
operations, like turning the
projection TV, SAT/CABLE, or
VTR (VCR)/MDP/DVD Player
on or off
Label color
White ............... TV/VTR (VCR)/MDP/DVD
Player/SAT (satellite
receiver)/CABLE operation
buttons
Yellow .............. PIP operation buttons
Blue .................. SAT operation buttons
Green ............... S-Link operation buttons
Pink .................. DVD Player operation buttons
For a detailed explanation of most buttons, see
“Watching the TV” on page 16.
Welcome! ........................................ 1
Using This Manual .......................... 1
Precautions ...................................... 2
Installing and Connecting the
Projection TV ....................... 3
Carrying Your Projection TV ...................... 3
Installing the Projection TV ........................ 3
Connector Types .......................................... 4
Connecting a DTV (digital television)
receiver ............................................... 9
Connecting a camcorder ....................... 9
Connecting two VCRs for tape
editing ............................................... 10
Connecting a DVD Player .................. 11
Connecting a DVD Player with
component video output
connectors ........................................ 11
Connecting an audio system ............. 12
Connecting a Sony SAVA series
speaker system ................................ 13
Learning Menu Selection .......................... 21
Using the Video Menu ......................... 22
Using the Audio Menu ........................ 23
Using the Timer Menu ........................ 25
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Using the Channel Set Up Menu ...... 26
Setting and Selecting Favorite Channel .. 28
Using the Set Up Menu ...................... 30
Using the Parental Control Feature ......... 32
Adjusting the Convergence Automatically
(FLASH FOCUS) .............................. 15
Activating the Parental Control
Feature .............................................. 32
Selecting a Custom Rating
in U.S.A. ............................................ 34
Selecting a Custom Rating
in Canada ......................................... 37
Changing the Password ..................... 38
What the Ratings Mean ............................ 39
Using Your New Projection TV .... 16
Ratings in U.S.A. .................................. 39
Ratings in Canada ............................... 41
Making Connections ................................... 4
Connecting directly to a cable or an
antenna ............................................... 4
Cable or antenna .................................... 5
Cable and antenna ................................. 5
Connecting a cable box ......................... 5
Cable box and cable .............................. 5
Connecting a cable TV system/
antenna to a VCR .............................. 6
Connecting a VCR and projection TV
to a cable box ..................................... 6
Connecting a satellite receiver (SAT) .. 7
Connecting a satellite receiver (SAT)
and a VCR .......................................... 8
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) ... 21
Basic Set Up ................................... 14
Using the Remote Control ........................ 14
Setting Up the Projection TV
Automatically ................................... 14
Watching the TV ........................................ 16
Watching Two Programs at One Time
— PIP ................................................. 19
Open Here For Table of Contents and Remote Control Graphics
Table of Contents
Using This Manual
Welcome!
Operating Video Equipment ........... 43
Setting the Manufacturer's Code ................ 43
Operating a Cable Box or Satellite
Receiver (SAT) ...................... 45
Thank you for purchasing the Sony Color
Rear Video Projection TV.
This manual is for models KP-43T70, KP46C70, KP-48S70, KP-48S72, KP-53S70, KP53N74 and KP-61S70.
Setting the Manufacturer's Code ................ 45
Model KP-53S70 is used for illustration
purposes.
Troubleshooting .............................. 46
The features you will enjoy include:
Specifications ................................... 48
• FLASH FOCUS, allowing you to adjust
convergence automatically.
Index
• Parental Control, enabling you to block
programs that you feel are unsuitable for
your children.
• Picture-in-Picture (PIP), allowing you to
view another TV channel, video or cable
image as a window picture.
• Favorite Channel, allowing you to
view and choose from eight of your
favorite channels
• Y/PB/PR inputs for DVD Player and DTV
receiver connections.
• Three AUDIO/VIDEO/S VIDEO inputs.
.............................................. 49
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear of
the projection TV, below the Sony logo, on the sticker,
and also on the TV box (white label). Record these
numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them
whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this
product.
Model No.
Serial No.
We recommend that you carefully review
the contents of the following four sections in
the order provided to ensure that you fully
understand the operation of your new
projection TV.
1 Installing and Connecting the Projection
2
3
4
TV
This section guides you through your
initial set up. It shows you how to install
your projection TV, to connect your new
components and to connect to the
antenna and cable.
Basic Set Up
This section teaches you the basic skills
needed to operate your new projection
TV, including Auto Set Up. It shows you
how to operate the remote control’s
special functions.
Using Your New Projection TV
This section shows you how to begin
using your new projection TV. It shows
you how to use your remote control’s
features.
Adjusting Your Set Up (menus)
This section teaches you how to access
on-screen menus and adjust your
projection TV’s settings.
Instructions in this manual are written for the remote
control. Similar controls may be found on the projection
TV console.
1
Precautions
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Safety
Note on cleaning
Installing
• Operate the projection TV only on 120 V
AC.
• The plug is designed, for safety purposes,
to fit into the wall outlet only one way. If
you are unable to insert the plug fully
into the outlet, contact your dealer.
• If any liquid or solid object should fall
inside the cabinet, unplug the projection
TV immediately and have it checked by
qualified service personnel before
operating it further.
• If you will not be using the projection TV
for several days, disconnect the power by
pulling the plug itself. Never pull on the
cord.
Clean the cabinet of the projection TV with a
dry soft cloth. To remove dust from the
screen, wipe it gently with a soft cloth.
Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth
slightly dampened with solution of mild
soap and warm water. Never use strong
solvents such as thinner or benzine for
cleaning.
• To prevent internal heat buildup, do not
block the ventilation openings.
• Do not install the projection TV in a hot
or humid place, or in a place subject to
excessive dust or mechanical vibration.
• Avoid operating the projection TV at
temperatures below 5° C (41° F).
• If the projection TV is transported
directly from a cold to a warm location,
or if the room temperature changes
suddenly, the picture may be blurred or
show poor color. In this case, please wait
a few hours to let the moisture evaporate
before turning on the projection TV.
• To obtain the best picture, do not expose
the screen to direct illumination or direct
sunlight. It is recommended to use spot
lighting directed down from the ceiling
or to cover the windows that face the
screen with opaque drapery. It is
desirable to install the projection TV in a
room where the floor and walls are not of
a reflective material.
For details concerning safety precautions, see the
supplied leaflet “IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS.”
2
If the picture becomes dark after using the
projection TV for a long period of time, it
may be necessary to clean the inside of the
projection TV. Consult qualified service
personnel.
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV
Carrying Your Projection TV
Installing the Projection TV
Carrying the projection TV requires three or
more people.
Recommended viewing area
(Horizontal)
For KP-46C70/48S70/48S72/53S70/
53N74/61S70
The projection TV has been equipped with
casters for easy movement on a hard surface.
Please move your projection TV using the
casters.
Recommended viewing area
(Vertical)
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3
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Connector Types
You may find it necessary to use some of the
following connector types during set up.
CONTROL S cable
Sony cable for CONTROL S connection. This
feature is exclusive to Sony products and
allow greater control of all Sony equipment.
Coaxial cable
Push into connection.
Standard TV cable and antenna cable
Plug Type
Push into connection.
Screw-on Type
Screw into connection.
S Video cable
High quality video cable for enhanced
picture quality
Align guides and
push into connection.
About the CONTROL S OUT jack
To control other Sony equipment with the
projection TV’s remote control, connect the
CONTROL S IN jack of the equipment to the
CONTROL S OUT jack on the projection TV
with the CONTROL S cable.
Making Connections
Connecting directly to a cable or
an antenna
The connection you choose will depend on
the cable found in your home. Newer homes
will be equipped with standard coaxial cable
(see A ); older homes will probably have 300 ohm twin lead cable (see B ); still other
homes may contain both (see C ).
Use 75-ohm coaxial cable for improved
picture quality (see A ).
A
(Rear of projection TV)
• VHF only
or
• VHF/UHF
or
• Cable
AUX
Audio/Video cable
TO
CONVERTER
Push into connection.
Video - Yellow
Audio (Left) - White
Audio (Right) - Red
Some DVD Players and DTV Receivers are
equipped with the following three video
connectors.
Y - Green
PB (CB, Cb or B–Y) - Blue
PR (CR, Cr or R–Y) - Red
4
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
CONTROL S
OUT
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
Y
L
PB
(MONO)
L
(MONO)
AUDIO
AUDIO
CONTROL S
OUT
VIDEO
PR
R
COMPONENT
R
75-ohm
coaxial cable
(Rear of
projection TV)
VHF/UHF
300-ohm twin
lead cable
(Rear of
projection TV)
VHF/UHF
B
• VHF only
or
• UHF only
or
• VHF/UHF
Antenna connector
C
75-ohm coaxial cable
(Rear of
projection TV)
VHF/UHF
• VHF
Coaxial cable
(No connection “TO
CONVERTER” in this case)
and
Antenna cable
EAC-66 U/V mixer
(not supplied)
• UHF
300-ohm twin lead cable
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
TO CONVERTER
Some pay cable TV systems use scrambled or
encoded signals requiring a cable box* only for
certain channels (e.g. HBO, SHOWTIME, etc.)
VHF/UHF
*Cable box
Select Cable or ANT mode by pressing ANT
on the remote control.
Cable or antenna
Connecting a cable box
This is the simplest connection. Connection is
made directly from the cable or antenna to
the projection TV.
Some pay cable TV systems use scrambled or
encoded signals that require a cable box* to
view all channels.
Also, set “Cable” to “On” in the Channel Set
Up menu (page 27).
Coaxial cable
(Rear of projection TV)
VHF/UHF
Cable and antenna
You may find it convenient to use the
following set up if your cable provider does
not feature local channels that you are able to
receive using an antenna.
Coaxial cable
IN
(Rear of projection TV)
VHF/UHF
OUT
*Cable box
Cable box and cable
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
Scrambled
channels
TO CONVERTER
75-ohm coaxial cable
(Signal)
(not supplied)
VHF/UHF
CATV cable
(unscrambled channels)
For this set up, you can switch between
scrambled channels (through your cable
box), and normal (CATV) channels by
pressing ANT on your remote control.
Notes:
• You may be able to program your Sony
remote control to operate your cable box.
(see “Operating a Cable Box or Satellite
Receiver (SAT)” on page 45)
• During PIP or Favorite Channel viewing,
the AUX input can only be viewed in the
main picture.
5
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a cable TV system/
antenna to a VCR
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
1 Attach the coaxial cable from the
TO
CONVERTER
incoming cable connection or antenna to
VHF/UHF IN on the VCR.
Coaxial cable
IN
VIDEO 1
2 Using a coaxial cable, connect VHF/UHF
VHF/UHF
OUT
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
L
(MONO)
Y
VIDEO
PB
(MONO)
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
VHF/UHF
OUT
AUDIO
PR
R
VCR
S VIDEO
LINE
IN
L
AUDIO
3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
LINE
OUT
R
IN
1
COMPONENT
VIDEO
VMC-810S/820S
AUDIO-L (not supplied)
AUDIO-R
YC-15V/30V
(not supplied)
S VIDEO
Connecting a VCR and projection
TV to a cable box
Cable/
Antenna
3
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
1 Connect the single (input) jack of the
splitter to the incoming cable connection,
and connect the other two (output) jacks
(using the coaxial cable) to IN on the cable
box and VHF/UHF on the projection TV.
2 Using a coaxial cable, connect OUT on the
cable box to VHF/UHF IN on the VCR.
3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the
VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the
projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, Red6 AUDIO Right**).
2
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
OUT on the VCR to VHF/UHF on the
projection TV.
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the
VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the
projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, RedAUDIO Right**).
VIDEO 3
Coaxial cable
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
1
Cable/
Antenna
Splitter (not supplied)
TO
CONVERTER
VHF/UHF
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
VIDEO
L
(MONO)
Y
VIDEO
PB
(MONO)
PR
R
VCR
S VIDEO
VHF/UHF
OUT
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
LINE
IN
LINE
OUT
2
IN
R
COMPONENT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
YC-15V/30V
(not supplied)
OUT
IN
Cable box
3
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Note:
• To view scrambled channels through the
cable box, select the video input which the
cable box is connected to by pressing TV/
VIDEO.
* If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a
VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO
cable.
** If you are connecting a monaural VCR, connect
only the single audio output to the left (MONO)
input on the projection TV.
Connecting a satellite receiver
(SAT)
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
1 Connect the cable from the satellite
TO
CONVERTER
antenna to the satellite receiver.
2 Attach the coaxial cable from the incoming
cable connection or antenna to VHF/UHF
on the projection TV.
3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the
satellite receiver to AUDIO and S VIDEO
IN on the projection TV (White-AUDIO
Left, Red-AUDIO Right).
Note:
• To view input from the satellite receiver,
select the video input which the satellite
receiver is connected to by pressing TV/
VIDEO on the remote control.
Cable/
Antenna
2
Satellite antenna
cable
1
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
SAT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
Y
L
PB
(MONO)
VIDEO
SATELLITE IN
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
L
PR
R
S VIDEO
IN
(MONO)
OUT
AUDIO
AUDIO
VHF/UHF
LINE OUT
R
COMPONENT
S VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
RK-74A (not supplied)
3
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
7
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a satellite receiver
(SAT) and a VCR
1 Connect the cable from the satellite
2
3
4
5
antenna to the satellite receiver.
Attach the coaxial cable from the
incoming cable connection or antenna to
VHF/UHF IN on the VCR.
Using a coaxial cable, connect VHF/UHF
OUT on the VCR to VHF/UHF on the
projection TV.
Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the
satellite receiver to AUDIO and S VIDEO
IN on the VCR.
Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the
VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the
projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, RedAUDIO Right).
* If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a
(Rear of projection TV)
3
SAT
TO
CONVERTER
SATELLITE IN
VHF/UHF
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
8
OUT
IN
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
1
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
L
(MONO)
Y
VIDEO
PB
(MONO)
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
R
COMPONENT
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
S VIDEO
S VIDEO
LINE
OUT
VHF/UHF
OUT
Satellite
antenna
cable
VMC-810S/
820S (not
supplied)
YC-15V/
30V
(not
supplied)
4
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
LINE
IN
S VIDEO
VHF/UHF
OUT
VCR
5
VMC-810S/820S (not supplied)
VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO
cable.
Note:
• To view input from the satellite receiver or
VCR, select the video input which your
satellite receiver or VCR is connected to
by pressing TV/VIDEO on the remote
control.
Coaxial cable
AUX
LINE
OUT
IN
2
Cable/
Antenna
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a DTV (digital television) receiver
Before connecting, be sure to read the
Operating Instructions of the DTV receiver.
1 Attach the coaxial cable from the roof
antenna to VHF/UHF on the DTV
receiver.
2 Using three yellow VIDEO cables,
connect Y, PB and PR of VIDEO OUT on
the DTV receiver to Y, PB and PR of
VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV.
3 Using an AUDIO cable, connect AUDIO
OUT on the DTV receiver to AUDIO of
VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV (WhiteAUDIO Left, Red-AUDIO Right).
4 Set the DOWN CONVERTER ON/OFF
switch on the DTV receiver to ON.
2
VMC-10HG (not supplied)
AUX
Y
PB
PR
TO
CONVERTER
DTV receiver
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
S VIDEO
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
VHF/UHF
(DTV)
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
L
(MONO)
Y
VIDEO
PB
(MONO)
VIDEO
IN
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
OUT
R
DOLBY DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(OPTICAL)
DOWN
CONVERTER
ON/OFF
1
* If your camcorder is not equipped with S
VIDEO, use a VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of
the S VIDEO cable.
** If you are connecting a monaural camcorder,
connect only the single audio output to the left
(MONO) input on the projection TV.
Y
R
PB
G
HD
PR 4
B
VD
R
1
CONTROL S
2
AUDIO OUT
3
VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT
(Rear of projection TV)
AUDIO-L
4
1
AUDIO-R
RK-74A (not supplied)
Roof antenna
Connecting a camcorder
Use this connection to view a picture directly
from your camcorder.
1 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on
the camcorder to AUDIO and S VIDEO
IN inside the drop-down panel on the
front of the projection TV (White-AUDIO
Left, Red-AUDIO Right**).
2 Press VIDEO 2 to select the video inputs
from a camcorder.
2
L
(MONO)
3
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
S VIDEO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
Audio/
video
outputs
S VIDEO
OUT
L AUDIO R
(MONO)
VIDEO 2 INPUT
(Front of projection TV)
Camcorder
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Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting two VCRs for tape
editing
(Rear of projection TV)
By connecting a second VCR to MONITOR
OUT, you can record a program being played
by the primary VCR to the second VCR or
perform tape editing and dubbing.
AUX
TO
CONVERTER
1 Connect the VCR intended for playback
using the connection instructions on page
6 of this manual.
2 Using an AUDIO/VIDEO cable, connect
AUDIO and VIDEO IN on the VCR
intended for recording to AUDIO and
VIDEO OUT of MONITOR OUT on the
projection TV.
Notes:
• Do not change the input signal while
editing through MONITOR OUT.
• When connecting a single VCR to the
projection TV: if VCR LINE OUT is
connected to VIDEO IN on the projection
TV, do not connect MONITOR OUT on
the projection TV to the VCR LINE
INPUT (see right). Doing so will cause
program interference and other viewing
problems.
10
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
VCR (for playback)
Y
L
PB
(MONO)
OUT
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
LINE
OUT
VIDEO
VCR (for recording)
L
(MONO)
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
LINE
IN
COMPONENT
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
1
VIDEO
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
(Rear of projectionTV)
VIDEO IN
MONITOR
OUT
Indicates direction
of signal
VCR
IN
LINE
OUT
OUT
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
R
IN
2
IN
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a DVD Player (Upper
illustration)
Using an AUDIO and S VIDEO cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the
projection TV to AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT
on the DVD Player (White-AUDIO Left, RedAUDIO Right).
(Rear of projection TV)
AUX
TO
CONVERTER
S VIDEO
DVD
IN
VIDEO 1
LINE OUT
VIDEO 3
R–AUDIO 1–L
S VIDEO OUT
S-LINK
VIDEO
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
VHF/UHF
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
Connecting a DVD Player with
component video output
connectors (Lower illustration)
1 Using an AUDIO cable, connect AUDIO of
LINE OUT on the DVD Player to AUDIO of
VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV (WhiteAUDIO Left, Red-AUDIO Right).
2 Using three yellow VIDEO cables, connect
Y, PB, and PR of COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT on the DVD Player to Y, PB, and PR of
VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV.
Notes:
• Since the high quality pictures on a DVD
disc contain a lot of information, picture
noise may appear. In this case, adjust “Noise
Reduction” in the Video menu. (see “Noise
Reduction” on page 22)
• Some DVD Player terminals may be labeled
differently. If so, connect as follows:
Connect Y (green) to Y.
Connect PB (blue) to CB, Cb or B-Y.
Connect PR (red) to CR, Cr or R-Y.
VIDEO
VIDEO
Y
L
Audio/S video
outputs
L
PB
(MONO)
(MONO)
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
AUDIO-R
AUDIO-L
R
COMPONENT
Connect the DVD Player
directly to the projection TV.
Connecting the DVD Player
through other video
equipment will cause
unwanted picture noise.
RK-74A (not supplied)
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
(Rear of
projection
TV)
RK-74A (not supplied)
AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R
AUX
TO
CONVERTER
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
L
(MONO)
Y
VIDEO
PB
(MONO)
DVD
LINE OUT
L
R–AUDIO 1–L
VIDEO
S VIDEO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
B-Y
R-Y
S-LINK
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
AUDIO
AUDIO
PR
R
R
COMPONENT
PR
PB
Y
VMC-10HG
(not supplied)
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Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting an audio system
For more dynamic sound, connect an audio
system to the projection TV.
(Rear of projection TV)
1 Using an AUDIO cable, connect AUDIO
(VAR/FIX) OUT on the projection TV to
one of the unused Line inputs (e.g. Tape2, AUX1, etc.) on the stereo.
2 Set the stereo to the chosen Line input
and use the Audio menu to set the audio
output and switch the TV’s speakers off.
(see “Audio Out” and “Speaker” on page
24)
Note:
• You can adjust VOLUME, “Bass,”
“Treble,” “Balance,” “MTS/SAP” and
“Effect” with the supplied remote control.
The control items except VOLUME can be
adjusted only when “Audio Out” is set to
“Variable” in the Audio menu. (see
“Audio Out” on page 24)
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Stereo amplifier
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
OUT
HRD
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
Y
L
PB
(MONO)
L
(MONO)
AUDIO-L
(white)
AUDIO
AUDIO
CONTROL S
OUT
VIDEO
PR
R
Line inputs
R
COMPONENT
AUDIO-R
(red)
RK-74A
(not supplied)
Connecting a Sony SAVA series
speaker system
Use this connection to control the speaker’s
Dolby* Pro Logic surround system and
super woofer mode with the remote control.
(see “SAVA SP Control” on page 24)
1 Using the AUDIO cable supplied with the
speaker to AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT on
the projection TV.
2 Using the CONTROL S cable, connect
CONTROL S IN on the speaker to
CONTROL S OUT on the projection TV.
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
(Rear of projection TV)
SAVA series
speaker system
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
S VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)
VIDEO
Y
L
PB
(MONO)
AUDIO-L
(white)
L
(MONO)
1
1 IN L
AUDIO
AUDIO
CONTROL S
OUT
VIDEO
PR
R
R
1 IN R
Audio cord supplied
RK-G34, etc. (not supplied) with the speakers
COMPONENT
CONTROL S
OUT
AUDIO-R (red)
2
CONTROL S IN
* Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Additionally licensed under Canadian patent
number 1,037,877. “Dolby,” the double-D
symbol a and “Pro Logic” are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
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Basic Set Up
Using the Remote Control
Inserting the batteries
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied)
by matching the + and – on the batteries to
the diagram inside the remote control’s
battery compartment.
Notes:
• Remove the batteries to avoid damage
from possible battery leakage whenever
you anticipate that the remote control
will not be used for an extended period.
• Handle the remote control with care.
Avoid dropping it, getting it wet, or
placing it in direct sunlight, near a heater
or where the humidity is high.
• Your remote control can be programmed to
operate most video equipment.
(see “Operating Video Equipment” on
page 43)
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Setting Up the Projection TV
Automatically
The AUTO SET UP feature will allow you to
set the on-screen language and set all
receivable channels.
The AUTO SET UP feature does not apply for
installations that use a cable box for all channel
selection.
You can also set up the projection TV manually.
(see “Using the Channel Set Up menu” on pages
26 and 27)
Notes:
• Before you perform AUTO SET UP again,
make sure that the input from ANT (not
AUX) is selected by pressing ANT until
“AUX” does not appear next to the
channel number.
• Perform this function during the day, with
the antenna and/or cable properly
connected, to ensure that all available
channels will be broadcasting and
receivable.
• When you perform AUTO SET UP, all the
settings in the Video, and Audio menus
are reset to the factory settings.
Using the buttons on the front panel and
inside the drop-down panel on the projection
TV:
Front panel:
FLASH FOCUS
TV/VIDEO
–
VOLUME
+
–
CHANNEL +
POWER
TIMER/STAND BY
Inside the drop-down panel:
FLASH FOCUS TV/VIDEO
SET UP MENU
1 Press POWER to turn on the projection
TV.
POWER
2 Press SET UP inside the drop-down panel.
The AUTO SET UP screen appears.
SET UP
English :
Español :
Français :
Auto Set Up :
[CH+]
[CH–]
[VOL+]
[VOL–]
First please connect
the antenna.
Press [ SET UP ] to exit.
3 Press CHANNEL + to select English,
CHANNEL – to select Español or
VOLUME + to select Français.
The screen will change to reflect your
choice.
–
VOLUME
+
–
CHANNEL +
English :
Español :
Français :
Auto Set Up :
[CH+]
[CH–]
[VOL+]
[VOL–]
Primero conecte la
antena.
Oprima [ SET UP ] para
salir.
4 Press VOLUME – to continue.
–
VOLUME
+
Continue to
Auto Program ?
Yes : [CH+]
No : [CH–]
5 Press CHANNEL + to preset channels
automatically.
–
CHANNEL +
“Auto Program” appears and the
projection TV starts scanning and
presetting channels automatically. While
scanning, the received channel will be
displayed on the sub screen. When all the
receivable channels are stored, the lowest
numbered channel is displayed.
FLASH FOCUS
To perform AUTO SET UP again
Press SET UP inside the drop-down panel on
the projection TV and perform steps 3-5 on
pages 14 and 15.
Press SET UP again to exit.
Press FLASH FOCUS.
Adjusting the Convergence
Automatically (FLASH FOCUS)
The cross pattern appears and FLASH
FOCUS begins to work. The adjustment is
completed when the cross pattern becomes
white.
The projection tube image appears on the
screen in three layers (red, green and blue). If
they do not converge, the color is poor and
the picture blurs.
Before you use your projection TV, be sure to
adjust the convergence.
Auto Program
The FLASH FOCUS feature allows you to
adjust the convergence automatically.
Tips
z
• It is recommended to perform FLASH FOCUS about
30 minutes after the projection TV is first turned on.
• You can also perform FLASH FOCUS using the Set
Up menu on page 31.
Note:
• FLASH FOCUS is canceled if you
perform any other function while FLASH
FOCUS is working.
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Using Your New Projection TV (continued)
Watching the TV
Many TV features can be accessed directly
through the remote control. The following
chart will explain the function of some
buttons found on your remote control.
Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations
TV (FUNCTION)
Activates the remote control for use with the projection TV.
TV POWER
Turns the projection TV on and off. If a video input indication (e.g., VIDEO 1,
VIDEO 2) appears on the screen, press TV/VIDEO until a channel number
appears.
0 - 9
Use for direct channel selection. Press 0-9 to select a channel (for example,
to select channel 10, press 1 and 0). The channel will change after 2
seconds, or you can press ENTER for immediate selection.
and ENTER
CH +/–
Press to scan through the channels (+ up or – down).
Speed Surf
1 Press and hold CH + or – to change the channel number rapidly.
2 Release to display the desired channel.
VOL +/–
Press to adjust the volume (+ up or – down).
MUTING
Press to mute the sound. “Muting” will appear on the screen and will dim
three seconds later. To restore sound, press again or press VOL +.
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PICTURE MODE
Press PICTURE MODE repeatedly to directly
choose one of five different video modes that
best suits the program you are watching.
Vivid: Select for enhanced picture contrast and
sharpness.
Standard: Select to display a standard
picture for normal viewing environments.
Movie: Select to display a finely detailed
picture for low light environments.
Personal 1, Personal 2: Select to customize
the “Picture Adjustment” of the Video menu
according to your personal preference.
When you select “Movie,” “Personal 1” and
“Personal 2,” you can also perform the “Picture
Adjustment” (such as “Brightness,” “Color,” etc.)
to suit your taste. For details, see “Mode” on
page 22.
Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations
TV/VIDEO
Press repeatedly to scroll through available video inputs:
TV, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2 and VIDEO 3.
If you select “Skip” as a “Video Label” in the Set Up menu, your projection
TV will skip the video input you selected. (see “Video Label” on page 31)
JUMP
Press to alternate or jump back and forth between two channels. The
projection TV will jump between the current channel and the last channel
selected using the 0-9 buttons.
FREEZE
(yellow labeled
button)
This is useful when you need to copy down information that appears on the
TV’s screen.
Press to freeze the desired picture. The frozen picture is displayed in the
window picture while viewing the normal picture of the current channel in the
main picture.
REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
THIS MANUAL AS YOU
REVIEW THIS CHART
6
Normal motion
picture
Frozen picture
Reciipe
flour - - - - 2
s u g a r - - - 1/2
s a l t - - - - - 1/2
butter - - - 1
To change the location of the window picture, press V, v, B or b.
Press FREEZE again to display the normal picture.
DISPLAY
Press to display the channel number, current time, channel caption (if set),
and MTS/SAP mode (if SAP is selected). The SAP indication disappears and
the other indications dim three seconds later.
To turn the display off, press DISPLAY again.
(continued)
17
Using Your New Projection TV (continued)
Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations
CC
Press repeatedly to scroll through available displays:
XDS (Extended Data Service)
Displays a network name, program name, program type, program length,
program description, call letters and time of the show if the broadcaster
offers this service.
Caption Vision
Displayed on the screen if the broadcaster offers this service. (see
“Caption Vision” on page 30)
No display
“Off” appears and the display is canceled.
SLEEP
Press repeatedly until the projection TV displays the approximate time in
minutes (30, 60, or 90) that you want the projection TV to remain on before
shutting off automatically.
Cancel by pressing until “Sleep Off” appears.
ANT
(AUX input)
Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input. (for
detailed connection information, see “Cable and antenna” or “Cable box and
cable” on page 5)
MTS/SAP
Press to scroll through the Multi-channel TV Sound (MTS) options:
Stereo, SAP, Mono and Auto SAP. (see “MTS/SAP” on page 23)
Press to select an audio option:
Simulated, Surround, BBE and Effect Off. (see “Effect” on page 23)
TV/VTR
Press when you are finished using a VCR and you want to switch to the TV
input. The VCR power will remain on.
SYSTEM OFF
Press to turn off the projection TV and all other Sony equipment.
18
REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
THIS MANUAL AS YOU
REVIEW THIS CHART
Watching Two Programs at One Time — PIP
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows
you to view two channels simultaneously,
one in the full size “main” picture and one in
a smaller “window” picture.
Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations
PIP
You can move the window picture to any
location on the screen.
The symbol “b” or “B”
indicates which picture's
TV channel or input
source can be changed.
Main
picture
The symbol “≥”
indicates which
picture's sound is being
received.
6
To close the window picture, press PIP repeatedly until it disappears.
POSITION
or
TV channel or inputsource mode for the
main picture* (yellowgreen-colored)
10
TV channel or inputsource mode for the
window picture*
(white-colored)
Window
picture
ACTIVE
TV/VIDEO
* It will dim in about 3 seconds.
Tip
z
Press to display a window picture.
Each time you press this button, the picture size will change
(1/9 n1/16 nno display).
(white labeled
button)
Press POSITION repeatedly to change the location of the window picture
(counterclockwise) around the main picture.
You can also change the location by pressing the V, v, B or b button.
The window picture moves in the direction of the arrow indicated on the
pressed button.
Press to select either the main or window picture in order to change the
TV channel or video source using the white labeled buttons below. The
symbol “b” (or “B”) will appear to indicate which picture’s channel or input
mode can be changed.
Press repeatedly to scroll through the available video inputs for the
picture on which the symbol “b” (or “B”) is displayed. (see “TV/VIDEO” on
page 17)
If you press RESET in PIP mode, the window picture
will move to the bottom right (factory-preset location).
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Using Your New Projection TV (continued)
Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations
CH
or
0 - 9
and ENTER
JUMP
or
Press to select the TV channel on which the symbol “b” is
displayed. (for details, see “Watching the TV” on page 16)
Speed Surf
1 Press and hold CH + or – to change the channel number rapidly.
2 Release to display the desired channel.
(white labeled button)
ANT
Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input for the picture on
which the symbol “b” (or “B”) is displayed.
(white labeled
button)
AUDIO
FREEZE
SWAP
20
Press to alternate sound between the main picture and the window picture. The
symbol “ ” will appear for a few seconds to indicate which picture’s sound is being
received.
This is useful when you need to copy down information of the main picture.
Press to freeze the desired scene in the main picture. The frozen picture is displayed
in the window picture while viewing the normal picture in the main picture. The
window picture size is automatically changed to 1/9 if it was 1/16.
Press again to resume normal PIP viewing.
Press to switch the audio and video of the main picture and the window picture.
Each time you press SWAP, the picture and sound of the two will be exchanged.
REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
THIS MANUAL AS YOU
REVIEW THIS CHART
Note:
• If one of the pictures received through
PIP is snowy, the entire screen may
become unstable. In this case, erase the
snowy channel. (see “Channel Skip/
Add” on page 27)
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus)
Learning Menu Selection
3 Press V or v to highlight the desired
Set Up
Parental Control
Caption Vision: CC1
Language:
English
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
option.
Use the MENU button to access a menu and
buttons to alter the
use the V, v, B, b and
settings. Use the following example to learn
how to modify settings.
Set Up
Parental Control
Caption Vision: CC1
Language:
English
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
ch
Move
1 Press the MENU button.
Move
The main menu appears.
Video
Mode:
Vivid
Picture Adjustment
Trinitone:
High
Noise Reduction: Off
MENU
ch
Move
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
MENU
ch
4 Press
Select
Exit
Some adjustment menus may require
further operations. For details, see each
menu option.
MENU
.
Options for your selection (Pop-up menu
or Adjusting menu) will be displayed.
MENU
To return to the previous screen (except
for the slider adjustment menus), choose
“ ” at the bottom of the menu and press
or B.
6 Once you have completed all menu
2 Press V or v to highlight the desired menu
Pop-up menu
to activate it.
and press
ch
Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VSi seito N
n :e w
L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
Flash Focus:
No
Set Up
Parental Control
Caption Vision: CC1
Language:
English
Video Label Español
F l a s h F o c u sF: r a n ç aNi so
Select
Exit
Video Label
VIDEO1:
VIDEO2:
VIDEO3:
MENU
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
VIDEO3
ch
Move
Move
corrections, press MENU to exit the menu
screens.
Adjusting menu
Select
Exit
MENU
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
MENU
5 Press V or v to make your selection and
You may also press b to activate your
selection.
to activate it.
press
The previous screen will reappear.
To exit from the menus at any
time
Press MENU.
Tip z
You can also use the MENU,
/
and
buttons
inside the front drop-down panel of the projection TV
for the menu selection.
21
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Using the Video Menu
Video
Mode:
Vivid
Picture Adjustment
Trinitone:
High
Noise Reduction :Off
Mode
Customized
picture viewing
ch
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
For detailed information on using the remote
control to modify menu settings, refer to
“Learning Menu Selection” on page 21.
To select the Video
Display
/
Highlight
menu:
/
Picture
Adjustment
Picture adjustment
Select
MENU
Trinitone
White intensity
adjustment
Noise Reduction
Noise reduction
22
First select “Movie,” “Personal 1” or “Personal 2” from “Mode,” then highlight the
desired option using the V or v button and press
to display the adjusting
slider of the selected option.
Personal 1
Picture: Adjust slider right (up) to increase picture
Picture
contrast; left (down) to decrease it.
Brightness
Brightness: Adjust slider right (up) to brighten the
Color
Hue
picture; left (down) to darken it.
Sharpness
Color: Adjust slider right (up) to increase color
intensity; left (down) to decrease it.
Move
Select
Exit MENU
Hue: Adjust slider right (up) to increase the green
tones; left (down) to increase the red tones.
Sharpness: Adjust slider right (up) to sharpen the
picture; left (down) to soften it.
ch
To restore the factory settings
Press RESET on the remote control while the
Video menu is selected. To restore each
“Mode” to the factory setting, press RESET
after selecting the mode to be reset.
You can choose one of five different video modes that best suits the program you
are watching. You can also perform the “Picture Adjustment” (such as
“Brightness,” “Color,” etc.) for “Movie,” “Personal 1” or “Personal 2” to suit your
taste.
Vivid: Select for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness.
Standard: Select to display a standard picture for normal viewing
environments.
Movie: Select to display a finely detailed picture for low light environments.
Personal 1, Personal 2: Select to customize the “Picture Adjustment” of the
Video menu according to your personal preference.
Press PICTURE MODE on the remote control for direct selection of a “Mode”
setting.
High: Select to give the white colors a blueish tint.
Medium: Select to give the white colors a neutral tint.
NTSC Standard: Select to give the white colors a reddish tint.
Select On to reduce picture noise.
Select Off to cancel the feature.
“Noise Reduction” can be set separately from the “Mode” settings of the Video
menu.
Using the Audio Menu
Treble
Sound adjustment
ch
Audio
Treble
Bass
Balance
MTS/SAP:
Stereo
On
Auto Volume:
Effect:
Surround
Speaker:
On
Audio Out: Variable
SAVA SP Control
Move
Select
Exit
} Sliders
Display
/
Highlight
Sound adjustment
Balance
Sound adjustment
MENU
MTS/SAP
For detailed information on using the remote
control to modify menu settings, refer to
“Learning Menu Selection” on page 21.
To select the Audio
Bass
Enjoy stereo,
bilingual and mono
programs.
menu:
/
Select
Adjust slider right (up) to increase high pitched sounds.
Adjust slider left (down) to decrease high pitched sounds.
Adjust slider right (up) to increase low pitched sounds.
Adjust slider left (down) to decrease low pitched sounds.
Adjust slider right (up) to emphasize right speaker volume.
Adjust slider left (down) to emphasize left speaker volume.
When the sound is intermittent due to poor reception conditions, select “Stereo”
or “SAP.”
Stereo: Select for stereo reception when viewing a program broadcast in stereo.
SAP: Select to listen to a bilingual broadcast. (non-SAP programs will be muted
when this feature is selected)
Mono: Select for mono reception. (use to reduce noise during stereo broadcasts)
Auto SAP: Select to listen to SAP when a SAP program is broadcast and return
to stereo reception automatically for non-SAP programs.
MTS/SAP
Quick MTS access: Press
on the remote control to cycle through the
“MTS/SAP” options as follows: Stereo n SAP n Mono n Auto SAP.
MENU
Auto Volume
Adjust the sound
level.
To restore the factory settings
Press RESET on the remote control while the
Audio menu is selected.
* The BBE is manufactured by Sony Corporation
under license from BBE Sound, Inc. It is covered
by U.S. Patent No. 4,638,258 and No. 4,482,866.
The word “BBE” and the BBE symbol are the
trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
Effect
Customizes
surround sound
effects based on the
program’s audio
type.
On: Sound output coming from TV speakers have the volume level equalized for all
channel audio inputs when broadcasts have different sound transmission levels.
Off: Sound output coming from the TV speakers varies according to the received
channel.
“Effect” can only be set when “Speaker” is set to “On” or “Off.”
Simulated: Adds a surround-like effect to mono programs.
Surround: Simulates sound with the atmosphere of a movie theater or a concert
hall for stereo programs.
BBE*: Centers the sound intensity to the front, creating an effect as if you were
seated in front of an orchestra.
Off: Normal stereo or mono reception.
Quick Effect access: Press
on the remote control to cycle through the
“Effect” options as follows: Simulated n Surround n BBE n Effect Off.
(continued)
23
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Speaker
Custom selection
of audio output
source
Audio Out
Easy control of
volume adjustment
SAVA SP Control
Controls Sony
SAVA speaker’s
mode.
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On: Select to listen to the sound from the projection TV speakers alone.
Off: Select to turn off the projection TV speakers and listen to the
projection TV’s sound only through an external audio system’s speakers.
SAVA SP: Select to turn off the projection TV speakers and listen to the projection
TV’s sound only through the Sony SAVA series speaker system. You can
adjust volume, muting, “Surround Mode,” and “Super Woofer Mode” with the
projection TV’s remote control. (see “SAVA SP Control” below)
“Audio Out” can only be set when “Speaker” is set to “Off.”
Fixed: Sound output is held at a fixed level through the audio system.
Use the AV receiver’s remote control to adjust the volume.
Variable: Sound output varies according to the TV settings.
Useful when you want to use your remote control to control the output of a
separate audio system.
“SAVA SP Control” can only be set when Sony SAVA speaker system is
connected to the AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT connectors and “Speaker” is set to
“SAVA SP.” (see “Speaker” above)
You can also adjust the SAVA speaker’s volume using VOL +/– of the projection
TV’s remote control.
Surround Mode: Select to activate the SAVA Speaker’s surround mode.
Super Woofer Mode: Select to activate the SAVA Speaker’s super woofer mode.
Using the Timer Menu
Daylight Savings
Automatically
adjusts the time.
Timer
Daylight Savings: Yes
Current Time
On / Off Timer
Current Time
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- - Move
Necessary for the
Timer.
- - : - - AM
Select
Exit
MENU
After setting the clock you can use the timer
to turn the projection TV on and off.
For detailed information on using the remote
control to modify menu settings, refer to
“Learning Menu Selection” on page 21.
To select the Timer
Display
/
Highlight
menu:
/
Select
MENU
Tip
z
Set daylight saving time before setting the clock. Any
loss of power will cause these settings to be erased.
On/Off Timer
Wake up or
scheduled viewing.
Spring: Select Yes to compensate for Daylight Saving Time.
The current time automatically moves ahead one hour.
Fall: Select No at the end of Daylight Saving Time.
The current time moves back one hour.
1 Press
, then press V or v until the current day
(Sun-Sat) is displayed, and press
.
2 Press V or v until the current hour (1-12) and
AM/PM is displayed, and press
.
3 Press V or v until the current minute (00-59) is
displayed, and press
.
The clock has now started. Press MENU to exit.
Current Time
–––
Move
– – : – – AM
Select
Exit
MENU
On/Off Timer
1 Press V or v until the desired day or range of days
(Every Sun-Sat, Every Mon-Fri, Sunday, Monday, ...
––––––
– – : – – AM – h ch – – –
Saturday, Every Sunday, ... Every Saturday) is
displayed, and press
.
Sun 12:00AM
2 Press V or v until the time (hours and minutes) that
Move
Select
Exit MENU
you want the projection TV to remain on is displayed,
and then press
.
.
3 Press V or v to set the time duration (maximum of 6 hours) and press
4 Press V or v to select the desired channel and press
.
The timer is now set. The TIMER/STAND BY indicator on your projection TV
will be lit.
Press MENU to exit. To cancel your timer setting, press RESET while in the On/
Off Timer window. Performing Auto Program will erase all Timer settings.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Using the Channel Set Up
Menu
ch
ch
Channel Set Up
Channel Caption
Favorite Channel :Auto
Channel Skip/Add
Auto Program
Cable:
On
Move
Select
Exit
To select the Channel Set Up
menu:
MENU
26
/
Highlight
ch
Easy recognition
of the channel
you are watching
MENU
For detailed information on using the remote
control to modify menu settings, refer to
“Learning Menu Selection” on page 21.
Display
Channel
Caption
/
Select
ch
Favorite
Channel
User’s favorite
channels
You can add a caption for up to 32 channels of VHF/
UHF input.
With the Channel Caption window open:
and then press V or v to select the desired
1 Press
channel. You can view the channel that is selected
with the Channel Caption menu in the sub screen.
2 Press
.
3 Press V or v to display the first letter or number of the
caption and press
to select it.
Repeat until up to five digits are selected.
4 Press
.
To erase a caption, press RESET.
Channel Caption
Channel:
Caption:
Move
Select
– ––
– – –––
Exit
MENU
The Favorite Channel feature enables easy access to the eight channels that you
preset (or the last channel that you were watching).
(for details on how to set up this feature, see “Setting and Selecting Favorite
Channel” on page 28)
Channel
Skip/Add
Skips unnecessary
channels.
Auto Program
Automatic
channel presetting
Cable
Cable system
setting
After AUTO SET UP, you can erase unnecessary
Channel Skip/Add
1: Skip
channels from the channel preset memory.
2: Skip
3:
Add
4:
Add
With the Channel Skip/Add window open:
5:
Add
6:
Add
1 Press V or v to select the desired channel. You can
7:
Add
8:
Add
view the channel that is selected with the Channel
Add
9:
Select a channel
Move
Select
Exit MENU
Skip/Add menu in the sub screen. You can also use
CH +/– or 0–9 and ENTER buttons.
2 Press
.
.
3 Press V or v to select Skip, and press
The selected channel will be erased.
If you want to re-enter the skipped channel, follow the steps above and select
Add.
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Select Yes to signal the projection TV to automatically program all receivable
channels. When all the receivable channels are stored, the lowest numbered
channel is displayed.
Select No to cancel Auto Program.
Select On if your projection TV is connected to a cable system.
Select Off if your projection TV is connected to an antenna.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Setting and Selecting
Favorite Channel
The Favorite Channel feature of your
projection TV enables easy access to the eight
channels that you preset (or the last channel
that you were watching).
Your Favorite Channel options can be set
automatically or manually.
The factory setting for “Favorite Channel” is
“Auto.”
When “Favorite Channel” is set to “Auto,”
the last eight channels selected with the 0–9
buttons will be set as Favorite Channel
options. If you want to input your own
selections as Favorite Channel settings, set to
“Manual.”
Setting Favorite Channel manually
1 Select “Favorite Channel” from the
Channel Set Up menu. (see page 26)
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Channel Set Up
Channel Caption
Favorite Channe: Auto
C h a n n e l S k i p / A d dM a n u a l
Auto Program
Cable:
On
Move
28
Select
Exit
MENU
2 Press V or v to select “Manual” and press
.
.
The Favorite Channel menu will appear.
If you set Channel Caption names (e.g.
CNN, HBO), they will also be displayed.
(see “Channel Caption” on page 26)
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Favorite Channel
1 CNN
1.
2
2.
10 SPTN
3.
20
4.
30
5.
40
6.
50
7.
8. 100
Select a position
3 Press V or v to select a position (1–8), and
press
4 Press V or v to select a channel and press
.
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Favorite Channel
1 CNN
1.
2
2.
10 SPTN
3.
20
4.
30
5.
40
6.
50
7.
8. 100
Select a channel
You have now selected a favorite channel.
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Favorite Channel
1.
1 CNN
2.
8
3.
10 SPTN
4.
20
5.
30
6.
40
7.
50
8. 100
Select a channel
5 Use V and v to program other favorite
channels. (Follow steps 3 and 4.)
6 Press MENU when you have finished.
Your favorite channels are now ready for
use.
Changing Favorite Channel choices
You have the option of returning to the
Favorite Channel screen to adjust any of your
favorite channel choices.
Simply proceed as described in “Setting
Favorite Channel manually” (skip step 2 if
“Manual” is already selected).
When you reach step 3, select the position
you want to change and press
. Press V or
v to select a new channel.
ch
Favorite Channel
1.
6
2.
2
3.
10 SPTN
4.
20
5.
30
6.
40
7.
50
8. 100
Select a channel
Press MENU when you are done.
Using Favorite Channel
You can use the Favorite Channel feature to
directly select the channel you want to watch.
1 Press
3 Press
to select the channel.
The selected channel will be displayed for
normal viewing.
once.
The favorite channel menu and a window
picture will be superimposed over the
current channel. The window picture
displays the channel selected from the
menu.
1 CNN
2
10 SPTN
20
30
40
50
100
Exit
To cancel the favorite channel menu before
selecting a channel, press V or v to select
“Exit” at the bottom of the menu and press
.
2 Press V or v to select the channel that you
wish to view from the menu.
The picture of the selected channel will be
displayed in the window picture.
1 CNN
2
10 SPTN
20
30
40
50
100
Exit
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Using the Set Up Menu
Set Up
Parental Control
Caption Vision: CC1
Language:
English
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
Parental
Control
Blocks programs
unsuitable for
children.
Allows you to block TV programs that you feel are unsuitable for your
children.
(see “Using the Parental Control Feature” on page 32 for details)
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Caption Vision
Move
Select
Exit
Television closed
caption display
MENU
Set Up
Some programs are broadcast with Caption Vision.
Parental Control
Caption Vision:
CC1
To display “Caption Vision,” select CC 1, CC 2,
CC2
Language:
Video Label
CC3
CC 3, CC 4, TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3 or TEXT4 from
C CN4o
Flash Focus:
Text1
the menu. Then press the CC button until “Caption
Text2
Text3
Text4
Vision” is displayed.
Move
Select
Exit MENU
CC 1, CC 2, CC 3 or CC 4 displays a printed
version of the dialogue or sound effects of a
program. (The mode should be set to CC 1 for most
programs.) TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3, or TEXT4
displays network/station information presented using
either half or the whole screen.
Notes:
• Poor reception of TV programs can cause errors in Caption Vision and XDS.
Captions may appear with a white box or other errors instead of the intended
text.
• XDS, Caption Vision, and the status display cannot be used at the same time.
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For detailed information on using the remote
control to modify menu settings, refer to
“Learning Menu Selection” on page 21.
To select the Set Up
Display
/
Highlight
menu:
/
Select
MENU
Language
Preferred language
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Select from available languages (English, Español or Français) to display all
menus in your language of choice.
Video Label
Easy recognition of
connected
equipment
(e.g. SAT, VHS,
etc.)
This feature allows you to label each input mode so
that you can easily identify the connected equipment
(e.g. you can label VIDEO 1 IN as VHS).
Move
With the Video Label window open:
1 Press V or v to select the input mode you want to
label and press
.
2 Press V or v to select the label and press
Video Label
VIDEO1:
VIDEO2:
VIDEO3:
.
Select
VIDEO1
VIDEO2
VIDEO3
Exit
MENU
Video Label
VIDEO1:
Video1
VHS
VIDEO2:
8mm
VIDEO3:
Beta
LD
SAT
DVD
AV RECEIVER
DTV
Skip
Move
Select
Exit MENU
Video Label Options:
VIDEO 1: VIDEO 1, VHS, 8mm, Beta, LD, SAT, DVD, AV RECEIVER, DTV,
Skip
VIDEO 2/3: VIDEO 2/VIDEO 3, VHS, 8mm, Beta, LD, SAT, DVD, DTV, Skip
If you select “Skip,” your projection TV will skip this connection when you scan
through video sources using the TV/VIDEO button.
Flash Focus
Automatic
convergence
adjustment
Select Yes and press
to start Flash Focus adjustment. When the
adjustment is completed, the cross pattern on the screen becomes white. (for
details, see page 15)
Select No to cancel Flash Focus.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
Using the Parental Control
Feature
The TV programs and movies shown on TV
are given a rating signal based on the
following rating systems.
In U.S.A.: U.S. Television Parental
Guidelines to rate television programs (U.S.
TV ratings), and Motion Picture Association
of America (MPAA) Guidelines to rate
movies including those shown on TV (movie
ratings)
In Canada: Canadian English Language
ratings to rate television programs in English,
and Canadian French Language ratings to
rate those in French.
To block programs you feel are unsuitable for
your children, you need to set the TV for the
desired rating systems. Sony’s predetermined
ratings are also available.
See pages 39 to 41 for a description of the
ratings.
The Parental Control feature of the TV
functions by receiving the rating signal from
your local broadcasting station or cable
service provider.
Activating the Parental Control
Feature
First, set a password, then select your desired
rating from Sony’s predetermined ratings.
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1 Select “Parental Control” from the Set Up
menu. (see page 30)
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and press
.
Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VSi seito N
n :e w
L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
Flash Focus:
No
Move
Select
Exit
Move
9 buttons.
Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VCi soinofni r: m
L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
Flash Focus:
No
Move
Select
Exit
3 To confirm the password, re-enter the
same password with the 0–9 buttons.
Your password is stored and the Parental
Control menu automatically appears.
If you want to change the password, see
page 38.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Select
Exit
Select
Exit
MENU
5 Press V or v to select your country (U.S.A.
or Canada), and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
Rating:
Child
Change Password
MENU
* Do not enter “4357” corresponding to “HELP”
on a phone number pad. (see page 39)
Move
Parental Control
Country:
U
U .. S
S .. A
A ..
ad
P a r e n t a l L o cCk a: n O
f fa
Rating:
Child
Change Password
MENU
2 Enter a four digit password* using the 0–
ch
4 Make sure that “Country ”is highlighted,
MENU
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
6 Press V or v to select “Parental Lock,”
and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : OOf n
f
Rating:
C h iO
l df f
Change Password
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
7 Press V or v to select “On,” and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
8 Press V or v to select “Rating,” and press
To deactivate the Parental Control
feature
menu. (see page 30)
9 Press V or v to select a desired rating
(“Child,” “Youth” and “Young Adult”),
and press
.
If you want to select the ratings from
“Custom,” go to step 4 of “Selecting a
Custom Rating in U.S.A.” on page 34 or
“Selecting a Custom Rating in Canada”
on page 37, according to your “Country”
setting.
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Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
Move
Select
Exit
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : OOf n
f
Rating:
C h iO
l df f
Change Password
1 Select “Parental Control” from the Set Up
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
C h a n g e P a s s w oY
r do u t h
Young Adult
Custom
MENU
and press
If you set “Parental Lock” in the Parental
Control menu to “Off,” the Parental Control
feature will not work and you can view all
TV programs and movies shown on TV.
.
Ages up to 6
Move
Select
Exit
3 Press V or v to select “Parental Lock,”
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
4 Press V or v to select “Off,” and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
Rating:
Child
Change Password
MENU
2 Enter your four digit password using the
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
0-9 buttons.
The Parental Control menu appears.
5 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
10 Press MENU to exit the menu.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
To unlock the Parental Control feature
temporarily
Selecting a Custom Rating in
U.S.A.
When you select a Parental Control program,
no sound or picture except for a channel
number will appear. The
indicator is
displayed. To view the program, follow the
steps below.
If you want to select the ratings to be blocked
from “Custom” once you have activated the
Parental Control feature (page 33), follow the
procedure below.
1 Press ENTER to display the “Password”
For a detailed description of each rating, see
“What the Ratings Mean” on pages 39 to 41.
screen.
2 Enter your password using the 0–9
buttons. Parental Control will be canceled
(“Parental Lock” set to “Off”) until you
turn your projection TV off.
1 Select “Parental Control” from the Set Up
menu. (see page 30)
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Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
2 Enter your four digit password using the
0–9 buttons.
The Parental Control menu appears.
Make sure that “Country” is set to
“U.S.A.”
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Move
34
Select
Exit
MENU
3 Press V or v to select “Rating,” and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
C h a n g e P a s s w oY
r do u t h
Young Adult
Custom
Ages up to 6
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
4 Press V or v to select “Custom,” and
press
.
Custom Rating
TV Rating
Movie Rating
Unrated:
View All
Select category
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
7 Press V or v to select “ ,” and press
First, select a TV rating.
5 Press V or v to select “TV Rating,” and
press
.
.
indicator automatically appears
The
beside the selected rating and all “higher”
ratings, indicating that the programs that
match the ratings will be blocked.
TV Rating
TV–Y _
TV–Y7 _
TV–G _
TV–PG _
TV–14 _
TV–MA _
TV Rating
:FV _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:
L_S_V_
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
TV–Y _
TV–Y7 _
TV–G _
TV–PG –
TV–14 –
TV–MA–
:FV _
Select category
Move
Select
Exit
.
blocked, and press
TV Rating
TV–Y
TV–Y7
TV–G
TV–PG
TV–14
TV–MA
_
_
_
_
_
_
:FV _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:
L_S_V_
Allow rating
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
viewed, and press
.
TV Rating
TV–Y _
TV–Y7 _
TV–G _
TV–PG –
TV–14 –
TV–MA–
:FV _
:D – L – S – V –
:D – L – S – V –
:
L–S–V
Block content
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
:D – L – S – V –
:D – L – S – V –
:
L–S–V
9 Press V or v to select “–,” and press
MENU
6 Press V or v to select the TV rating to be
8 Press B or b to select the extender to be
.
MENU
Some ratings have additional content
ratings called “extenders.” The extenders
are defined as follows: D (sexually
suggestive Dialog), FV (Fantasy
Violence), L (coarse Language), S (Sexual
situations) and V (Violence). By setting
the extenders, you can define additional
viewing limits. For more details of
extenders, see page 41.
All of the extenders included in the
selected ratings will be blocked. If you
wish to allow any of them to be viewed,
go to step 8.
“–” appears beside the selected extender,
indicating that the programs that match
the extender can be viewed.
is displayed to
If you select “ ,”
show that the programs that match the
extender will be blocked again.
TV Rating
TV–Y _
TV–Y7 _
TV–G _
TV–PG –
TV–14 –
TV–MA–
:FV _
:D – L – S – V _
:D – L – S – V –
:
L–S–V
Select category
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
(continued)
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
13 Press V or v to select the movie rating to
10 Repeat steps 8 and 9 for other extenders.
be blocked, and press
All programs that match the ratings you
select and higher, except for the
extenders that were canceled, will be
blocked.
11 After setting of the TV rating is complete,
press V or v to select “
,” and press
.
Movie
G
PG
PG–13
R
NC–17
X
.
Rating
–
–
–
–
–
–
Block rating
Move
Select
For a description of the NR and N/A ratings,
see page 40.
1 Perform steps 1–4 of “Selecting a Custom
Exit
MENU
TV Rating
Movie Rating
Unrated:
View All
MENU
Second, select a movie rating.
12 Press V or v to select “Movie Rating,” and
press
.
Movie
G
PG
PG–13
R
NC–17
X
Rating
–
–
–
–
–
–
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
36
Rating in U.S.A.” on page 34.
2 Press V or v to select “Unrated,” and
Custom Rating
Select category
Move
Select
Exit
To block TV programs and/or movies
for which a rating signal is not given
(NR and N/A)
14 Press V or v to select “ ,” and press
.
indicator automatically appears
The
beside the selected rating and all “higher”
ratings, indicating that the programs that
match the ratings will be blocked.
Movie
G
PG
PG–13
R
NC–17
X
Rating
–
–
–
–
MENU
15 Press MENU to exit the menu.
MENU
.
Custom Rating
TV Rating
Movie Rating
w All
Unrated:
VVi ieew
TV
Moo vv i e
M
Bo t h
B
No block
Move
Select
–
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
press
Exit
MENU
3 Press V or v to select the type of
programs to be blocked, and press
Custom Rating
TV Rating
Movie Rating
Unrated:
VVii ee w A l ll
V
TV
Mo v i e
M
B o t hh
Block all unrated
programming
Move
Select
Exit MENU
To block ...
Select ...
.
Selecting a Custom Rating in
Canada
3 Press V or v to select “Rating,” and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
Canada
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
C h a n g e P a s s w oY
r do u t h
Young Adult
Custom
If you want to select the ratings to be blocked
from “Custom” once you have activated the
Parental Control feature (page 33), follow the
procedure below.
For a detailed description of each rating, see
“What the Ratings Mean” on pages 41 and
42.
1 Select “Parental Control” from the Set Up
Ages up to 6
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
4 Press V or v to select “Custom,” and press
.
menu. (see page 30)
No program
(to view any unrated TV
program and movie)
View All
Unrated TV programs
TV
Unrated movies
Movie
Unrated TV programs and
movies
Both
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4 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
2 Enter your four digit password using the
0–9 buttons.
The Parental Control menu appears.
Make sure that “Country” is set to
“Canada.”
Custom Rating
English Rating
French Rating
U.S.A. Rating
Select category
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
(continued)
Parental Control
Country:
Canada
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
37
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
5 Press V or v to select the rating you want
7 Press V or v to select “ ,” and press
.
to block, and press
The selected rating appears.
Canadian English Rating
English Rating
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
_
_
_
_
_
_
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
MENU
_
G
8 ans+ _
13 ans+ _
16 ans+ _
18 ans+ _
TV–Y
TV–Y7
TV–G
TV–PG
TV–14
TV–MA
_
_
_
_
_
_
:FV _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:D _ L _ S _ V _
:
L_S_V_
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
MENU
6 Press V or v to select the TV rating to be
.
Example: Canadian English Rating
English Rating
_
_
_
_
Select
Exit
MENU
2 Enter your four digit password using the
MENU
Some U.S. TV ratings have additional
content ratings called “extenders,” such
as D, FV, L, S and V. By setting the
extenders, see steps 7 to 10 of “Selecting a
Custom Rating in U.S.A.” on pages 35
and 36. For more details of extenders, see
page 41.
All of the extenders included in the
selected ratings will be blocked. If you
wish to allow any of them to be viewed,
go to step 8.
Press MENU to exit the menu.
0–9 buttons.
The Parental Control menu appears.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Move
Select
Exit
MENU
3 Press V or v to select “Change Password,”
and press
.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A
Parental Lock: On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
New
____
Use [0-9] to enter
new four digit
password
Move
Exit MENU
_
Allow rating
Move
Select
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8
Set Up
Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
Video Label
Flash Focus:
No
Move
U.S.A. Rating
C
C8+
G
PG
14+
18+
menu. (see page 30)
_
_
_
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
U.S. TV Rating
blocked, and press
1 Select “Parental Control” from the Set Up
ch
French Rating
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
Changing the Password
English Rating
Select rating
Move
Select
Exit
Canadian French Rating
.
indicator automatically appears
The
beside the selected rating and all
“higher” ratings, indicating that the
programs that match the ratings will be
blocked.
Exit
MENU
4 Enter a new four digit password using
the 0–9 buttons.
Parental Control
Country:
U.S.A
Parental Lock: On
Rating:
Child
Change Password
Confirm
____
Confirm password
Move
Exit MENU
5 Enter the password set in step 4 again to
confirm.
If you entered it incorrectly, “Password
incorrect” appears.
Re-enter the correct password.
6 Press MENU to exit the menu.
If you have forgotten your password
In step 2 of “Changing the Password” on
page 38, enter the master password “4357”
(corresponding to “HELP” on a phone
number pad). You can then store a new
password.
Notes:
• If you entered “4357” as your password
the first time, you cannot store a new
password. (see step 2 of “Activating the
Parental Control Feature” on page 32)
• When you select a Parental Control
indicator is
program and the
displayed on the screen, you cannot view
that program even if you enter “4357.”
(see “To unlock the Parental Control
feature temporarily” on page 34)
What the Ratings Mean
Ratings in U.S.A.
Sony’s predetermined ratings
These are original ratings that Sony
predetermined according to the viewer’s age.
Each rating allows you to view the certain
programs, as follows.
See pages 40 and 41 for a description of each
rating.
Child: Suitable for children under the age of
6.
Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, NR, and N/A
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-G, and
TV-NR
Youth: Suitable for children aged 7 and
older.
Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, PG, NR, and
N/A
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TVG, TV-PG, and TV-NR
Young Adult: Suitable for children aged 13
and older.
Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, PG, PG-13,
NR, and N/A
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TVG, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-NR
(continued)
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
U.S. movie ratings
U.S. movie ratings are for movies (including
those shown on TV) rated according to the
Motion Picture Association of America
(MPAA) Guidelines.
G (General Audiences—All Ages
Admitted): In G-rated films no strong words
are used, the violence is at a minimum,
nudity and sex scenes are not present, nor is
there any drug use.
PG (Parental Guidance Suggested. Some
Material May Not Be Suitable For
Children): This is a film which may need to
be monitored first by parents.
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some
Material May Be Inappropriate For
Children Under 13): Parents are alerted to be
very careful about the attendance of their
under-teenage children when viewing.
R (Restricted, Under 17 Require
Accompanying Parent Or Adult Guardian):
This film includes hard language, tough
violence, nudity, drug abuse or other
elements of concern.
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NC-17 or X (No One 17 Or Under
Admitted.): This is a film that most parents
would consider not suitable for children
aged 17 and under. There may be violence,
sex, abberrational behavior, drug abuse or
other elements of concern.
TV-Y7 (Directed to Older Children): This
program is designed for children aged 7 and
above. Themes and elements in this program
may include mild fantasy violence or
slapstick violence, or may frighten children
under the age of 7.
NR (Not Rated): This is a film that a
producer has not rated, intending to have his
film widely released.
TV-G (General Audience): Most parents
would find this program suitable for all ages.
It contains little or no violence, no strong
language and little or no sexual dialog or
situations.
N/A (Not Applicable): This is a film that a
producer considers outside the scope of the
MPAA ratings.
Note:
• NR and N/A ratings are shown together
as “Unrated” in the menu.
U.S. TV ratings
U.S. TV ratings are for TV programs rated
according to the U.S. Television Parental
Guidelines.
TV-Y (All Children): This program is
designed for young children aged 2–6 and is
appropriate for all children.
TV-PG (Parental Guidance Suggested):
This program contains some material that
parents may find unsuitable for younger
children.
TV-14 (Parents Strongly Cautioned): This
program contains some material that many
parents would find unsuitable for children
under the age of 14.
TV-MA (Mature Audience Only): This
program is specifically designed to be
viewed by adults and therefore may be
unsuitable for children under the age of 17.
TV-NR (Not Rated/Unrated): This is a
program broadcast without any rating, such
as news, news flashes or sports.
Note:
The TV-NR rating is shown as “Unrated” in
the menu.
About the extenders of U.S. TV ratings
TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 and TV-MA ratings
have additional content ratings called
“extenders” to define additional viewing
limits. The extenders are defined as follows:
D (sexually suggestive Dialog): Programs
containing suggestive dialog, or sexual
innuendo
FV (Fantasy Violence): Programs containing
cartoon violence occurring in TV-Y7
programs only
L (coarse Language): Programs containing
coarse language
S (Sexual situations): Programs containing
sexual content
V (Violence): Programs containing violence
There may be some profanity, violence or
brief nudity in these programs.
Ratings in Canada
Sony’s predetermined ratings
These are original ratings that Sony
predetermined according to the viewer’s age.
Each rating allows you to view the certain
programs, as follows.
See the right column and page 42 for a
description of each rating.
Child: Suitable for children under the age of
7.
Viewable Canadian English Language
ratings: C and G
Viewable Canadian French Language
ratings: G
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-G, and
TV-NR
Youth: Suitable for children aged 8 and
older.
Viewable Canadian English Language
ratings: C, G, C8+ and PG
Viewable Canadian French Language
ratings: G and 8 ans+
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TVG, TV-PG, and TV-NR
Young Adult: Suitable for children aged 14
and older.
Viewable Canadian English Language
ratings: C, G, C8+, PG and 14+
Viewable Canadian French Language
ratings: G, 8 ans+, 13 ans+
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TVG, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-NR
Canadian English Language ratings
The Canadian English Language Ratings are
for TV programs in English broadcast in
Canada.
C (Programming intended for children
under age 8): There will be no realistic
scenes of violence or no offensive language,
nudity or sexual content. Careful attention is
paid to themes, which could threaten
children’s sense of security and well-being.
C8+ (Programming generally considered
acceptable for children 8 years and over to
watch on their own): Violence will not be
portrayed as the preferred, acceptable, or
only way to resolve conflict; or encourage
children to imitate dangerous acts which
they may see on television. There will be no
profanity, nudity or sexual content.
(continued)
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)
G (General Audience): Will contain very
little violence, either physical or verbal or
emotional. There may by some inoffensive
slang, no profanity and no nudity.
PG (Parental Guidance): Programming
intended for a general audience but which
may not be suitable for younger children.
Parents may consider some content
inappropriate for unsupervised viewing by
children aged 8 - 13.
14+ (Programming contains themes or
content which may not be suitable for
viewers under the age of 14): Parents are
strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in
permitting viewing by pre-teens and early
teens.
Note:
The E (Exempt) rating is not shown in the
menu.
Canadian French Language ratings
The Canadian French Language Ratings are
for TV programs in French broadcast in
Canada.
G (General): Programming intended for
audience of all ages. Contains no violence, or
the violence it contains is minimal or is
depicted appropriately with humor or
caricature or in an unrealistic manner.
18+ (Adult): May contain violence integral
to the development of the plot, character or
theme, intended for adult audiences. May
contain graphic language and explicit
portrayals of nudity and/or sex.
8 ans+ (8+ General - Not recommended for
young children): Programming intended for
a broad audience but contains light or
occasional violence that could disturb young
children. Viewing with an adult is
recommended for young children (under the
age of 8).
E (Exempt): Exempt programming includes:
news, sports documentaries and other
information programming: talk shows,
music videos, and variety programming.
13 ans+ (Programming may not suitable for
children under the age of 13): Viewing with
an adult is strongly recommended for
children under 13.
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16 ans+ (Programming is not suitable for
children under the age of 16): Contains
frequent scenes of violence or intense
violence.
18 ans+ (Programming restricted to adults):
Contains constant violence or scenes of
extreme violence.
E (Exempt): Exempt programming.
Note:
The E (Exempt) rating is not shown in the
menu.
Operating Video Equipment
Setting the Manufacturer's
Code
You can use the supplied remote control to
operate Sony or non-Sony video equipment
that has an infrared sensor.
Press CODE SET, DVD/VTR (FUNCTION),
and the 0-9 buttons to enter the
manufacturer’s code number (see the
following chart), then press ENTER.
For example, to operate a Sony 8mm VCR:
CODE SET
FUNCTION
DVD/VTR
ENTER
3
0
2
If the remote control doesn’t work
• See the tips on page 45.
VCR manufacturer code numbers
Manufacturer
Code
Sony (VHS VCR)
301
Sony (8mm VCR)
302
Sony (Beta, ED Beta, VCRs)
303
Aiwa
338
Admiral (M. Ward)
327
Audio Dynamic
314, 337
Bell & Howell (M. Ward)
330
Broksonic
319, 317
Canon
309, 308
Citizen
332
Craig
302, 332
Curtis Mathis
304, 338, 309
Daewoo
341, 312, 309
DBX
314, 336, 337
Dimensia
304
Emerson
319, 320, 316, 317, 318, 341
Fisher
330, 335
Funai
338
General Electric
329, 304, 309
Go Video
340, 339, 322
Goldstar
332
Hitachi
306, 304, 305, 338
Instant Replay
309, 308
JC Penney
309, 305, 304, 330, 314, 336, 337
JVC
314, 336, 337
Kenwood
314, 336, 332, 337
LXI (Sears)
332, 305, 330, 335, 338
Magnavox
308, 309, 310
Marantz
314, 336, 337
Marta
332
Memorex
309, 335
Minolta
Mitsubishi/MGA
Multitech
NEC
Olympic
Optimus
Panasonic
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
RCA/PROSCAN
305, 304
323, 324, 325, 326
325, 338, 321
314, 336, 337
309, 308
327
308, 309, 306, 307
305, 304
308, 309
308, 309, 310
308
308, 309, 306
304, 305, 308, 309, 311,
329, 312, 313, 310
Realistic
309, 330, 328, 335, 324, 338
Sansui
314
Samsung
322, 313, 321
Sanyo
330, 335
Scott
312, 313, 321, 335, 323, 324, 325, 326
Sharp
327, 328
Signature 2000 (M. Ward)
338, 327
Sylvania
308, 309, 338, 310
Symphonic
338
SV2000
338
Tashiro
332
Tatung
314, 336, 337
Teac
314, 336, 338, 337
Technics
309, 308
Teknica
338
Toshiba
312, 311
Wards
327, 328, 335, 331, 332
Yamaha
330, 314, 336, 337
Zenith
331
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Operating Video Equipment (continued)
MDP manufacturer code numbers
Manufacturer
Sony
Panasonic
Mistubishi
Code
701
704, 710
702
DVD Player manufacturer code
numbers
Manufacturer
Sony
Panasonic
Pioneer
RCA
Toshiba
Tips
Code
751
753
752
755
754
z
• In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate
your non-Sony video equipment with the supplied
remote control. In this case, please use the
equipment's own remote control.
• When you remove the batteries, the code number may
revert to the factory setting.
To operate video equipment
1
2
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Press DVD/VTR (FUNCTION).
Use the VCR/DVD/MDP operation
buttons indicated in the following tables.
Operating a VCR using the remote control
To turn On/Off
To select a channel
To change channels
To record
To play
To stop
To fast forward
To rewind the tape
To pause
To search the
picture forward or
backward
To change input
mode
Press DVD/VTR (POWER).
[Green Button]
Press the 0 – 9 buttons.
Press CH +/–.
Press ( while pressing r.
Press (.
Press p.
Press ).
Press 0.
Press P. Press again to
resume normal playback.
Press ) or 0 during
playback. Release to
resume normal playback.
Press TV/VTR.
Operating an MDP using the remote
control
To turn On/Off
To play
To stop
To pause
Press DVD/VTR (POWER).
[Green Button]
Press (.
Press p.
Press P. Press again to
resume normal playback.
To search the picture Press ) or 0 during
forward or backward playback. Release to resume
normal playback.
To search a chapter Press CH +/–.
forward or backward
Operating a DVD Player using the remote
control
To turn On/Off
To play
To stop
To pause
To step through
different tracks of
an audio disc
To step through
different chapters
of a video disc
To select tracks
directly
To display the
menu (Set up)
Press DVD/VTR (POWER).
[Green Button]
Press (.
Press p.
Press P. Press again to
resume normal playback.
Press ) to step forward or
0 to step backward.
Press CH + to step forward
or CH – to step backward.
Press 0-9 buttons.
Press MENU.
Operating a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver (SAT)
Setting the Manufacturer's
Code
You can program the supplied remote control
to operate a cable box or satellite receiver.
Press CODE SET, SAT/CABLE
(FUNCTION), and the 0-9 buttons to enter
the manufacturer’s code number (see the
following chart), then press ENTER.
For example, to operate a Sony satellite receiver:
CODE SET
FUNCTION
SAT/CABLE
Hamlin/Regal
Jerrold/G.I
Oak
Panasonic
Pioneer
Scientific Atlanta
Tocom
Zenith
Manufacturer
Sony
General Electric
Hitachi
Hughes
Panasonic
RCA/PROSCAN
Toshiba
Code number
801 (preset code for
remote control)
802, 808
805
804
803
802
806, 807
ENTER
8
0
1
To operate the cable box or
satellite receiver (SAT)
1
Manufacturer code numbers
(cable box)
Manufacturer
Manufacturer code numbers
(satellite receiver)
Code
222, 223, 224, 225, 226
201, 202, 203, 204, 205,
222, 206, 207, 208, 218
227, 228, 229
219, 220, 221
214, 215
209, 210, 211
216, 217
212, 213
2
3
Press SAT/CABLE (POWER) [Green
Button] to turn on/off the cable box or
satellite receiver.
Press SAT/CABLE (FUNCTION).
For other operations, refer to the
operating instructions that come with the
equipment.
The GUIDE and INDEX (blue-labeled)
buttons can be used only with a satellite
receiver.
To operate the projection TV
Press TV (FUNCTION). Then use the
projection TV control buttons to control the
projection TV.
Tips z
• If more than one code number is listed, try entering
them one by one until you come to the correct code
for your equipment.
• If you enter a new code number, the code number
you previously entered at that setting is erased.
• In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate
your equipment with the supplied remote control. In
this case, use the equipment’s own remote control
unit.
• Whenever you remove the batteries — to replace
them, for example — if too much time is taken, the
code numbers may revert to the factory setting and
must be reset.
If the remote control doesn’t work
• Try repeating the set up procedures using
the other codes listed for your equipment.
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Troubleshooting
If, after reading the following instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony projection TV, please call one of the following
numbers (English only).
Customers in the continental United States contact the Direct Response Center at: 1-800-222-SONY (7669)
Customers in Canada contact the Customer Relations Center at: (416) 499-SONY (7669)
The picture turns off and the
• The projection TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a problem with your projection TV, the TIMER/STAND BY indicator on the front
TIMER/STAND BY indicator on the
panel will flash repeatedly. Counting the number of flashes helps you inform qualified Sony personnel of the projection TV’s condition.
front panel flashes (self-diagnosis • Press POWER on the projection TV to turn it off, then inform qualified Sony personnel or the above Direct Response Center of the number of flashes.
function)
No picture (screen not lit), no
sound
•
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
Operate with the buttons on both the projection TV and the remote control.
Check to see if the TV/VIDEO setting is correct: when watching TV, set to TV, and when watching video tapes, set to VIDEO 1, 2, or 3.
Try another channel. It could be station trouble.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see “To perform AUTO SET UP again” on page 15)
The Parental Control feature is activated. (see “To deactivate the Parental Control feature” on page 33)
Remote control does not
operate
•
•
•
•
•
Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries.
Press TV (FUNCTION) when operating your projection TV.
Make sure the projection TV’s power cord is connected securely to the wall outlet.
Locate the projection TV at least 3-4 feet away from fluorescent lights.
Check the polarity of the batteries.
Dark, poor or no picture
(screen lit), good sound
•
•
•
•
•
Adjust “Picture” in the Video menu. (see “Picture Adjustment” on page 22)
Adjust “Brightness” in the Video menu. (see “Picture Adjustment” on page 22)
Check antenna/cable connections.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see “To perform AUTO SET UP again” on page 15)
Adjust the convergence again using the FLASH FOCUS button. (see “Adjusting the Convergence Automatically (FLASH FOCUS)” on page 15)
Good picture, no sound
•
•
•
•
Press MUTING so that “Muting” disappears from the screen. (see “MUTING” on page 16)
Check the MTS/SAP setting in the Audio menu. (see “MTS/SAP” on page 23)
Make sure “Speaker” is set to “On” in the Audio menu. (see “Speaker” on page 24)
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see “To perform AUTO SET UP again” on page 15)
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Cannot receive upper channels
(UHF) when using an antenna
• Make sure “Cable” is “Off” in the Channel Set Up menu. (see “Cable” on page 27)
• Use “Auto Program” to add receivable channels that are not presently in the TV’s memory. (see “Auto Program” on page 27)
No color
• Adjust “Color” in the Video menu. (see “Picture Adjustment” on page 22)
• Black and white programs cannot be seen in color.
• Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see “To perform AUTO SET UP again” on page 15)
Only snow and noise appear on
the screen
•
•
•
•
Dotted lines or stripes
• Adjust the antenna.
• Keep the projection TV away from noise sources such as cars, neon signs or hair-dryers.
TV is fixed to one channel
• Use “Auto Program” to add receivable channels that are not presently in TV’s memory. (see “Auto Program” on page 27)
Double images or ghosts
• Use a highly directional outdoor antenna or a cable (when the problem is caused by reflections from nearby mountains or tall buildings).
Cannot operate the menu
• If the item you want to choose appears in gray, you cannot select it.
• Press the projection TV’s power button off and on again.
Cannot receive any channels
when using cable TV
• Make sure “Cable” is “On” in the Channel Set Up menu. (see “Cable” on page 27)
• Use “Auto Program” to add receivable channels that are not presently in the TV’s memory. (see “Auto Program” on page 27)
Check the “Cable” setting in the Channel Set Up menu. (see “Cable” on page 27)
Check the antenna/cable connections.
Make sure the channel is broadcasting programs.
Press ANT to change the input mode. (see “ANT” on page 18)
Cannot gain enough volume when • Increase the volume at the cable box. Then press TV (FUNCTION) and adjust the projection TV’s volume.
using a cable box
Favorite Channel does not display • Verify that “Favorite Channel” is set to “Manual” in the Channel Set Up menu. (see “Setting Favorite Channel manually” on page 28)
your choices
Some video sources do not
appear when you press TV/VIDEO
• Ensure that “Video Label” is not set to “Skip.” (see “Video Label” on page 31)
Recording through MONITOR OUT • MONITOR OUT will not record both images in PIP. Only the main picture will be recorded.
does not function properly when
• If you are recording the main picture and you switch to the sound of the sub picture using the AUDIO button, the main picture will be recorded with sound
recording in PIP mode
from the other program.
Cannot play shooting games
• Some shooting games which involve pointing a light beam at the TV screen with an electronic gun or rifle cannot be used with this projection TV. For
details, see the instruction manual supplied with the video game software.
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Specifications
Projection system
3 picture tubes, 3 lenses, horizontal in-line
system
Picture tube
7-inch high-brightness monochrome tubes (6.3
raster size), with optical coupling and liquid
cooling system
Projection lenses
High performance, large diameter hybrid lens
F1.05
Television system
American TV standard
Channel coverage
VHF: 2–13/UHF: 14 –69/CATV: 1 – 125
Antenna
75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF
Screen size (measured diagonally)
43 inches (KP-43T70)
46 inches (KP-46C70)
48 inches (KP-48S70/48S72)
53 inches (KP-53S70/53N74)
61 inches (KP-61S70)
Inputs/outputs
VIDEO 1 IN
VIDEO 2 INPUT
S VIDEO IN (4-pin mini DIN):
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500 mVrms (100%
modulation), Impedance: 47 kilohms
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VIDEO 3 IN
S VIDEO IN (4-pin mini DIN):
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms
unbalanced, sync negative
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync negative
PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500 mVrms (100%
modulation), Impedance: 47 kilohms
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500 mVrms (100%
modulation), Impedance: 470 ohms
AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT (phono jacks): 500 mVrms
(100% modulation), Impedance: 470 ohms
CONTROL S OUT: minijack
Speaker
For KP-53N74
Tweeter: 66 mm (2 5/8”) × 2
Woofer: 130 mm (5 1/8”) × 2
For KP-43T70/46C70/48S70/48S72/53S70/61S70
Woofer: 100 mm (4”) × 2
Speaker output
15W × 2 (KP-43T70/46C70/48S70/48S72/53S70/
61S70)
20 W × 2 (KP-53N74)
Power requirement
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
In use (Max.): 160 W
In standby: 1 W
Dimensions (W/H/D)
965 × 1,058 × 510 mm (38 × 41 5/8 × 20 1/8 inches)
(KP-43T70)
1,064 × 1,310 × 572 mm (41 7/8 × 51 5/8 × 22 1/2
inches) (KP-46C70)
1,105 × 1,338 × 579 mm (43 1/2 × 52 5/8 × 22 3/4
inches) (KP-48S70)
1,105 × 1,338 × 579 mm (43 1/2 × 52 5/8 × 22 3/4
inches) (KP-48S72)
1,216 × 1,417 × 632 mm (47 7/8 × 55 3/4 × 24 7/8
inches) (KP-53S70)
1,216 × 1,417 × 632 mm (47 7/8 × 55 3/4 × 24 7/8
inches) (KP-53N74)
1,370 × 1,560 × 670 mm (54 × 61 3/8 × 26 3/8
inches) (KP-61S70)
Mass
64.6 kg (142 lbs 7 oz) (KP-43T70)
61.6 kg (135 lbs 13 oz) (KP-46C70)
64 kg (141 lbs 2 oz) (KP-48S70)
67 kg (147 lbs 11 oz) (KP-48S72)
67.6 kg (149 lbs) (KP-53S70)
75.2 kg (165 lbs 13 oz) (KP-53N74)
84.6 kg (186 lbs 8 oz) (KP-61S70)
Supplied accessories
Remote control RM-Y906 (1)
Batteries (2) size AA (R6)
Optional accessories
Connecting cables
RK-G34, RK-74A, RK-G69HG, VMC-10HG,
VMC-720M, VMC-810S/820S, YC-15V/30V
U/V mixer EAC-66
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Index
A
Adjusting sliders ......................... 22, 23
ANT button ................................. 18, 20
Antenna cable ...................................... 5
Antenna connector ............................. 4
Audio
button ............................... 18
Audio menu operations ........ 23, 24
Audio Out .......................................... 24
(Fixed/Variable)
Audio/Video cable ............................. 4
Auto Program ............................. 15, 27
AUTO SET UP ................................... 14
Auto Volume ..................................... 23
AUX Hookup ................................ 5, 20
B
Balance ...............................................
Bass .....................................................
Battery installation ...........................
Brightness ..........................................
23
23
14
22
C
Cable ................................................... 27
Cable box
connection ................................... 5, 6
operation ....................................... 45
Caption Vision CC ..................... 18, 30
CATV cable .......................................... 5
CH +/– ......................................... 16, 20
CHANNEL +/– .......................... 14, 15
Channel Caption ............................... 26
Channel Set Up menu operations
.................................................. 26, 27
Channel Skip/Add ........................... 27
Coaxial cable ............................ 4, 5, 6, 8
Color ................................................... 22
Connecting Projection TV to
antenna ............................................ 4
audio system ................................ 12
cable ................................................. 4
cable box .......................................... 5
cable box and VCR ........................ 6
camcorder ....................................... 9
DTV receiver ................................... 9
DVD Player ................................... 11
satellite receiver (SAT) .................. 7
satellite receiver (SAT) and
VCR ................................................ 8
Sony SAVA series speaker
system .......................................... 13
two VCRs ...................................... 10
VCR .................................................. 6
CONTROL S OUT jack ...................... 4
Convergence ...................................... 15
Current Time ..................................... 25
D
Daylight Savings ...............................
DISPLAY button ...............................
DVD
connection .....................................
operation .......................................
DVD/VTR (FUNCTION) ................
25
17
11
44
44
E
Editing using MONITOR OUT ....... 10
Effect ................................................... 23
(BBE/Surround/Simulated/Off )
F, G
Factory settings ........................... 22, 23
Favorite Channel
Selecting ........................................ 29
Setting ............................................ 28
FLASH FOCUS ........................... 15, 31
FREEZE button ........................... 17, 20
H, I
Hook Ups ............................................. 4
Hue ..................................................... 22
J, K
JUMP button ...................................... 17
L
Language ...........................................
Learning menus
Audio .............................................
Channel Set Up ............................
Set Up ............................................
Timer .............................................
Video .............................................
30
23
26
30
25
22
M
Manufacturer code numbers ...... 43-45
MDP operation .................................. 44
MENU button .................................... 21
Menu selection .................................. 21
Mode ............................................. 16, 22
(Vivid/Standard/Movie/
Personal 1/Personal 2)
Movie rating ...................................... 36
MTS/SAP ..................................... 18, 23
(Stereo/SAP/Mono/Auto SAP)
MUTING button ............................... 16
N
Noise Reduction ................................ 22
O
On/Off Timer .................................... 25
Operating video equipment ............ 43
P, Q
Parental Control .......................... 30, 32
Parental Control menu
Change Password ........................ 38
Country ......................................... 32
Custom Rating ....................... 34, 37
Parental Lock .......................... 32, 33
Rating ............................................ 33
Password ............................................ 32
Picture ................................................ 22
Picture Adjustment .......................... 22
(Picture/Brightness/Color/Hue/
Sharpness)
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) .................... 19
PICTURE MODE button .................. 16
PIP operations
ACTIVE B/b ................................ 19
AUDIO .......................................... 20
49
Index (continued)
CH+/– ...........................................
FREEZE .........................................
PIP ..................................................
POSITION .....................................
SWAP ............................................
TV/VIDEO ...................................
20
20
19
19
20
19
R
Remote control .................................. 14
Graphic Illustration ... (inside cover)
RESET button .............................. 22, 23
S
S Video cable ....................................... 4
Safety .................................................... 2
SAP ..................................................... 23
SAT/CABLE (FUNCTION) ............ 45
Satellite receiver (SAT) operation ... 45
SET UP button ................................... 14
....... 30, 31
Set Up menu operations
Setting Up the Projection TV
Automatically ............................... 14
Printed in U.S.A.
50
Sharpness ........................................... 22
Skip/Add ........................................... 27
SLEEP button .................................... 18
Sliders ........................................... 22, 23
Speaker ............................................... 24
(On/Off/SAVA SP)
Specifications ..................................... 48
Splitter .................................................. 6
SYSTEM OFF button ........................ 18
Surround ............................................ 23
SWAP button ..................................... 20
T, U
............. 25
Timer menu operations
Treble .................................................. 23
Troubleshooting .......................... 46, 47
TV (FUNCTION) button .................. 16
TV POWER button ........................... 16
TV rating ............................................ 35
TV/VIDEO button ...................... 17, 19
TV/VTR button ................................ 18
V, W
VCR
connection ............................. 6, 8, 10
operation ....................................... 44
Video Label ........................................ 31
Video menu operations
.............. 22
VOL +/– ............................................. 16
VOLUME +/– ............................. 14, 15
X
XDS ..................................................... 18
Y, Z
Y/PB/PR ......................................... 9, 11
If, after reading this instruction manual, you
have additional questions related to the use of
your Sony projection TV, please call one of the
following numbers (English only).
Customers in the continental United States
contact the Direct Response Center at:
1-800-222-SONY (7669)
Customers in Canada contact the
Customer Relations Center at:
(416) 499-SONY (7669)