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Blu-ray Disc/DVD

Home Theatre System

Operating Instructions

BDV-IZ1000W

©2010 Sony Corporation

4-187-303-12(1)

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WARNING

Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.

To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the ventilation opening of the apparatus with newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. Do not place the naked flame sources such as lighted candles on the apparatus.

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.

Do not expose batteries or apparatus with battery-installed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.

To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation instructions.

Indoor use only.

CAUTION

The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this Blu-ray Disc / DVD Home

Theatre System is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet.

Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

This appliance is classified as a

CLASS 3R LASER product.

Visible and invisible laser radiation is emitted when the laser protective housing is opened, so be sure to avoid direct eye exposure.

This marking is located on the laser protective housing inside the enclosure.

This appliance is classified as a

CLASS 1 LASER product. The

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT

MARKING is located on the laser protective housing inside the enclosure.

Disposal of

Old Electrical

& Electronic

Equipment

(Applicable in the European

Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)

This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.

By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Disposal of waste batteries

(applicable in the European

Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)

This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as household waste. On certain batteries this symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. The chemical symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead

(Pb) are added if the battery contains more than 0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead. By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative consequences for the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please view the section on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste batteries. For more detailed information about recycling of this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Notice for customers: the following information is only applicable to

equipment sold in countries applying EU directives.

The manufacturer of this product is

Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan

Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan.

The Authorized Representative for

EMC and product safety is Sony

Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger

Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,

Germany. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents.

For the wireless transceiver (EZW-

RT10/EZW-RT10A)

See “Wireless Product Safety

Information” (supplied).

Precautions

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits set out in the EMC Directive using a connection cable shorter than 3 meters.

On power sources

• The unit is not disconnected from the mains as long as it is connected to the AC outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.

• As the main plug is used to disconnect the unit from the mains, connect the unit to an easily accessible AC outlet.

Should you notice an abnormality in the unit, disconnect the main plug from the AC outlet immediately.

On watching 3D video images

Some people may experience discomfort (such as eye strain, fatigue, or nausea) while watching

3D video images. Sony recommends that all viewers take regular breaks while watching 3D video images. The length and frequency of necessary breaks will vary from person to person. You must decide what works best. If you experience any discomfort, you should stop watching the 3D video images until the discomfort ends; consult a doctor if you believe necessary. You should also review

(i) the instruction manual and/or the caution message of any other device used with, or Blu-ray Disc contents played with this product and (ii) our website (http:// www.sony-europe.com/ myproduct/) for the latest information. The vision of young children (especially those under six years old) is still under development. Consult your doctor

(such as a pediatrician or eye doctor) before allowing young children to watch 3D video images.

Adults should supervise young children to ensure they follow the recommendations listed above.

Copyrights and

Trademarks

• This system incorporates with

Dolby* Digital and Dolby Pro

Logic (II) adaptive matrix surround decoder and the DTS**

Digital Surround System.

* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby

Laboratories.

** Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s:

5,451,942; 5,956,674;

5,974,380; 5,978,762;

6,226,616; 6,487,535;

7,212,872; 7,333,929;

7,392,195; 7,272,567 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending.

DTS and the Symbol are registered trademarks, &

DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master

Audio, and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

Product includes software.

© DTS, Inc. All Rights

Reserved.

• This system incorporates High-

Definition Multimedia Interface

(HDMI

TM

) technology.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-

Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing

LLC.

• Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems,

Inc.

• “BD-LIVE” and

“BONUSVIEW” are trademarks of Blu-ray Disc Association.

• “Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.

• “Blu-ray Disc,” “DVD+RW,”

“DVD-RW,” “DVD+R,” “DVD-

R,” “DVD VIDEO,” and “CD” logos are trademarks.

• “Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D” logo are trademarks of Blu-ray

Disc Association.

• “BRAVIA” is a trademark of

Sony Corporation.

• “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD” logo are trademarks of Matsushita

Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and

Sony Corporation.

• “S-AIR” and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

• , “XMB,” and “xross media bar” are trademarks of Sony

Corporation and Sony Computer

Entertainment Inc.

• “PLAYSTATION” is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment

Inc.

• DivX

®

, DivX Certified

®

and associated logos are registered trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.

• Music and video recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote

®

.

Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more information, please visit www.gracenote.com.

CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and music and video-related data from

Gracenote, Inc., copyright ©

2000-present Gracenote.

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Gracenote Software, copyright ©

2000-present Gracenote. One or more patents owned by Gracenote apply to this product and service.

See the Gracenote website for a nonexhaustive list of applicable

Gracenote patents. Gracenote,

CDDB, MusicID, MediaVOCS, the Gracenote logo and logotype, and the “Powered by Gracenote” logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of

Gracenote in the United States and/or other countries.

• “PhotoTV HD” and the “PhotoTV

HD” logo are trademarks of Sony

Corporation.

• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and

Thomson.

• iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

• “Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.

• Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.

• Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the

United States and/or other countries.

• DLNA

®

, the DLNA Logo and

DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the Digital

Living Network Alliance.

• Other system and product names are generally trademarks or registered trademarks of the manufacturers. ™ and ® marks are not indicated in this document.

About These

Operating

Instructions

• The instructions in these

Operating Instructions describe the controls on the remote. You can also use the controls on the unit if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote.

• In this manual, “disc” is used as a general reference for

BDs, DVDs, Super Audio

CDs, or CDs unless otherwise specified by the text or illustrations.

• The items displayed on the

TV screen may vary depending on the area.

• The default setting is underlined.

• The system is compatible with the S-AIR function, which allows transmission of sound between S-AIR products wirelessly. For details on the S-AIR function,

see “Using an S-AIR

Product” (page 45).

• Notes or instructions for the surround amplifier, surround back amplifier, or S-AIR receiver in these Operating

Instructions refer only to when the surround amplifier, surround back amplifier, or

S-AIR receiver is used.

Table of Contents

About These Operating Instructions ....... 4

Unpacking ............................................... 6

Index to Parts and Control ...................... 8

Getting Started

Step 1: Installing the System....... 14

Step 2: Connecting the System... 18

Step 3: Connecting to the

Network.................................... 25

Step 4: Setting up the

S-AIR Wireless System .......... 26

Step 5: Performing the Easy

Setup........................................ 27

Step 6: Selecting the Source ....... 29

Step 7: Enjoying Surround

Sound....................................... 30

Playback

Playing a Disc ....................................... 32

Playing from a USB Device.................. 33

Enjoying an iPod................................... 34

Playing via a Network........................... 35

Available Options ................................. 37

Sound Adjustment

Selecting the Effect to Suit the Source ....................................... 39

Selecting the Audio Format, Multilingual

Tracks, or Channel.......................... 39

Enjoying Multiplex Broadcast

Sound .............................................. 40

Using the Sound Effect ......................... 41

Tuner

Listening to the Radio ........................... 42

Using the Radio Data System

(RDS).............................................. 43

External Audio Device

Using an S-AIR Product ....................... 45

Other Operations

Using the Control for HDMI Function for

“BRAVIA” Sync ............................ 49

Calibrating the Appropriate Settings

Automatically ................................. 51

Setting the Speakers .............................. 52

Using the Sleep Timer .......................... 54

Deactivating the Buttons on the Unit ........................................... 54

Controlling Your TV or Other

Components with the Supplied

Remote ........................................... 55

Saving Power in Standby Mode ........... 57

Settings and Adjustments

Using the Setup Display ....................... 58

[Remote Controller Setting Guide]....... 58

[Network Update] ................................. 59

[Screen Settings]................................... 59

[Audio Settings].................................... 60

[BD/DVD Viewing Settings]................ 61

[Parental Control Settings] ................... 62

[Music Settings].................................... 62

[System Settings] .................................. 62

[Network Settings]................................ 64

[Easy Setup].......................................... 64

[Resetting] ............................................ 64

Additional Information

Precautions............................................ 65

Notes about the Discs ........................... 66

Troubleshooting.................................... 67

Playable Discs....................................... 74

Playable Types of Files......................... 75

Supported Audio Formats..................... 76

Video Output Resolution ...................... 76

Specifications........................................ 77

Language Code List.............................. 79

Glossary ................................................ 80

Index ..................................................... 83

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Unpacking

• Main unit (1) • Bases for the front speaker stands (2)

• Remote commander

(remote) (1)

• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)

• Front and surround speakers

(4)

• Bases for the surround speakers (2)

• Calibration mic (1)

• Base adapters for the surround speakers (2)

• Surround amplifier (1)

• Center speaker (1)

• Subwoofer (1)

• Front speaker stands (2)

• Screws (with washer) for the front speakers (4)

• Wireless transceivers (2)

• Screws for the front speakers/ surround speakers (4)

• FM wire antenna (aerial) (1) or

• Operating Instructions

• Speaker Installation Guide

• Quick Setup Guide

• End user license agreement

• Wireless Product Safety

Information

• Speaker cords (6, white/red/ blue/gray/green/purple)

Preparing the remote

Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the markings inside the compartment.

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Index to Parts and Control

For more information, refer to the pages indicated in parentheses.

Front panel

FUNCTION VOLUME

PUSH OPEN

A "/1 (on/standby)

Turns on the unit, or sets it to standby mode.

B Play operation buttons

N (play)

Starts or re-starts playback (resume play).

Plays a slideshow when a disc containing

JPEG image files is inserted.

x (stop)

Stops playback and remembers the stop point (resume point).

The resume point for a title/track is the last point you played or the last photo for a photo folder.

FUNCTION

Selects the playback source.

VOLUME +/–

Adjusts the system’s volume.

Z (open/close) (page 32)

Opens or closes the disc tray.

C

(remote sensor)

D Front panel display

E Disc tray (page 32)

F

(USB) port (page 33)

Used for connecting a USB device.

Front panel display

About the indications in the front panel display

A Displays the current sound format.

B Lights up when the system is playing

via the PARTY STREAMING function.

C Lights up when outputting 1920 ×

1080p/24 Hz video signals.

D Lights up while virtual 7.1ch decoding

is activated.

E Lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/

1080p video signals from the HDMI

(OUT) jack or 720p/1080i video signals from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks.

F Lights up when the HDMI (OUT) jack is

correctly connected to an HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection)compliant device with HDMI or DVI

(Digital Visual Interface) input.

G Lights up when a radio station is

received. (Radio only) (page 42)

H Lights up when stereo sound is

received. (Radio only) (page 42)

I Flashes when the sleep timer is set.

(page 54)

J S-AIR indicator (only when the wireless

transceiver is inserted into the unit)

Lights up during wireless transmission. When [Standby] is set to

[On], flashes when the main unit is in standby mode and wireless transmission between the main unit and S-AIR receiver is not activated.

(page 45)

K Displays system’s status such as

chapter, title, or track number, time information, radio frequency, playing status, surround setting, etc.

L Lights up when repeat play is

activated.

M Displays system’s playing status.

N Lights up when muting is on.

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Rear panel

EZW-RT10

S-AIR ID

A B C

SPEAKERS

FRONT R FRONT L WOOFER CENTER

DIGITAL IN

SAT/CABLE TV

OPT OPT

LAN(100)

IN 1

HDMI

IN 2

A.CAL

MIC

ECM-AC2

AUDIO

AUDIO IN

L

VIDEO

OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

Y P

B

/C

B

P

R

/C

R

R

ARC

OUT

ANTENNA

75 COAXIAL

FM

A Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10) slot

(page 24)

B S-AIR ID switch (pages 26, 45)

C LAN (100) terminal (page 25)

D HDMI (IN 1/IN 2) jack (page 21)

E HDMI (OUT) jack (page 19)

F ANTENNA (75

Ω COAXIAL FM) jack

(page 23)

G

(USB) port (pages 25, 33)

H COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (page

19)

I VIDEO OUT jack (page 19)

J AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 21)

K A.CAL MIC jack (pages 27, 51)

L DIGITAL IN (TV OPT) jack (page 20)

M DIGITAL IN (SAT/CABLE OPT) jack

(page 21)

N SPEAKERS jacks (page 18)

Surround amplifier

Front panel

Rear panel

A B C PAIRING

S-AIR ID

SURROUND SELECTOR

SURROUND SURROUND BACK

IMPEDANCE USE

3-16

SPEAKERS

EZW-RT10

L R

S-AIR/STANDBY

A "/1 (Power)

Turns the surround amplifier on/off.

B S-AIR/STANDBY indicator

You can check the status of wireless transmission of surround speaker audio signals between the main unit and surround amplifier.

Indicator Status

Turns green.

Wireless transmission between the main unit and the surround amplifier is established correctly and the main unit is transmitting audio signals to the surround speakers via the surround amplifier.

Flashes green quickly.

Flashes green slowly.

Wireless transmission between the main unit and the surround amplifier is established correctly, but audio signals to the surround speakers are not being transmitted by the main unit.

Wireless transmission between the main unit and the surround amplifier is not set up correctly.

Turns red.

Wireless transmission between the main unit and the surround amplifier is not set up, or either the surround amplifier or the whole system is in standby mode.

Indicator

Turns off.

Status

The surround amplifier is turned off.

Flashes orange. The wireless transceiver is not inserted/not fully inserted/ inserted upside-down into the wireless transceiver slot.

Flashes red.

The surround amplifier’s protection is active.

C S-AIR ID switch

Selects the S-AIR ID.

D PAIRING button

Starts pairing.

E PAIRING indicator

Indicates the pairing status.

F SURROUND SELECTOR switch

Selects the mode for the surround amplifier.

G SPEAKERS jacks

H Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10) slot

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Remote control

The buttons for system operation only are

described below. See “Controlling Your TV or

Other Components with the Supplied Remote”

(page 55) for the buttons for operation of the

connected components.

wh wg wf wd ws wa w; ql qk qj qh

THEATRE

ONE-TOUCH

PLAY

AV

BRAVIA Sync

STB TV

3

6

BD

1

4

2

5

7 8 9

0

ENTER

D.TUNING

DIGITAL ANALOG

TONE SLEEP

R

E

T

U

R

N

TO

P

M

EN

U

FUNCTION

PRESET

PO

P U

P/M

EN

U

HOME

MENU

O

PT

IO

N

S

TO

O

L

S

SOUND MODE

PRESET

TUNING TUNING

REC

PROG

DISPLAY

SYSTEM

MENU

8

9

0 qa qs

4

5

6

7

1

2

3 qd qf qg

• Number 5, , PROG +, and N buttons have a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating the remote.

• Names of buttons that work after pressing the

TV or STB operation mode buttons are indicated with yellow label.

A "/1 (on/standby) (pages 27, 42)

Turns on the system or sets it to standby mode.

B Operation mode buttons (page 55)

Changes the component to be operated on the remote.

STB: You can operate a cable box, digital satellite receiver, digital video receiver, etc.

TV: You can operate a TV.

BD: You can operate this Blu-ray Disc/

DVD Home Theatre System.

C Number buttons (pages 43, 55)

Enters the title/chapter numbers, radio frequencies, etc.

D ENTER (page 55)

Enters the selected item.

E TONE (page 41)

Adjusts the sound.

F SLEEP (page 54)

Sets the sleep timer.

G

(favorites)

Displays the contents of Internet entries added to the Favorites List. You can save 18 favorite Internet contents.

H POP UP/MENU

Opens or closes the BD-ROM’s Pop-up

Menu, or the DVD’s menu.

I C/X/x/c

Moves the highlight to a displayed item.

(ENTER)

Enters the selected item.

J OPTIONS (page 37)

Displays the options menu on the TV screen.

K HOME (pages 27, 42, 45, 51, 52, 58)

Enters or exits the system’s home menu.

L SOUND MODE (page 39)

Selects the sound mode.

M Playback operation buttons

See “Playback” (page 32).

./> (previous/next)

Skip to the previous/next chapter, track, or file.

(replay/advance)

Briefly replay the current scenes for 10 seconds./Briefly fast forwards the current scenes for 15 seconds.

m/M (fast reverse/fast forward)

Fast reverse/fast forward the disc during playback. Each time you press the button, search speed changes.

Activates slow-motion play when pressed for more than one second in pause mode.

Plays one frame at a time when pressed in pause mode.

N (play)

Starts or re-starts playback (resume play).

Plays a slideshow when a disc containing

JPEG image files is inserted.

X (pause)

Pauses or re-starts playback.

x (stop)

Stops playback and remembers the stop point (resume point). The resume point for a title/track is the last point you played or the last photo for a photo folder.

Radio operation buttons

See “Tuner” (page 42).

PRESET +/–

TUNING +/–

N DISPLAY (pages 32, 35)

Displays the playback information on the

TV screen.

When the function is “TUNER FM,” changes the radio information in the front panel display (European and Russian models only).

Displays stream information in the front panel display when: 1 The function is set to “TV”/“SAT/CABLE”/“HDMI1”/

“HDMI2,” and 2 Digital signals are input via the DIGITAL IN/HDMI (IN 1)/HDMI

(IN 2) jack.

O SYSTEM MENU (pages 30, 38, 41, 42)

Enters the system menu.

P

(muting)

Turns off the sound temporarily.

Q 2 +/– (page 42)

Adjusts the volume.

R FUNCTION (pages 29, 42)

Selects the playback source.

S RETURN

Returns to the previous display.

T TOP MENU

Opens or closes the BD’s or DVD’s Top

Menu.

U Color buttons (red/green/yellow/blue)

Shortcut keys for selecting items on some

Blu-ray menus (can also be used for Java interactive operations on BDs).

V

(audio) (pages 39, 40)

Selects the audio format/track.

W

(subtitle) (page 61)

Selects the subtitle language when multilingual subtitles are recorded on a BD-

ROM/DVD VIDEO.

D.TUNING (Direct Tuning) (page 42)

Tunes in to the desired radio frequency.

X Z (open/close) (page 32)

Opens or closes the disc tray.

Y THEATRE (page 50)

Switches to the optimum video mode for watching movies automatically.

Z ONE-TOUCH PLAY (page 50)

Activates One-Touch Play.

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Getting Started

Step 1: Installing the System

Positioning the speakers

For the best possible surround sound, place all speakers at the same distance from the listening position

(A). The distance can be between 0.0 to 7.0 meters.

If you cannot place the center speaker and surround speakers at the same distance as (A), place them within 7.0 meters of the listening position.

Place the surround speakers to the rear of the listening position ( B ).

The subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room.

Subwoofer

Center speaker

Front left speaker (L) Front right speaker (R)

A

30

A

30

A

B

A

45 45

A

B

Surround left speaker (L) Surround right speaker (R)

Note

• Use caution when placing the speakers and/or speaker stands attached to the speakers on a specially treated (waxed, oiled, polished, etc.) floor, as staining or discoloration may result.

• Do not lean or hang on a speaker, as it may fall down.

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To add the optional surround back speakers

You can enjoy 7.1 surround sound by purchasing the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP2, optional). The optional product lineup differs depending on the area.

For the position of the surround back speakers, refer the illustration below ( C ).

Subwoofer

Center speaker

Front left speaker (L) Front right speaker (R)

Surround left speaker (L)

Surround right speaker (R)

45

30 30

45

C

Surround back left speaker (L)

(optional)

C

Surround back right speaker (R)

(optional)

Note

• To use the surround back speakers, set [Surround Back] (page 53) in [Speaker Settings] to [Yes] while performing

the Easy Setup (page 27).

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Assembling the speakers

For assembling the speakers, refer to “Speaker Installation Guide” (supplement).

To connect speaker cords to the center speaker and subwoofer

Speaker terminals are located on the rear of the speakers.

Connector

Colored tube

(+)

(–)

Rear of the subwoofer

Purple colored tube

Rear of the center speaker

Green colored tube

When installing the speakers on a wall

Caution

• Contact a screw shop or installer regarding the wall material or screws to be used.

• Use screws that are suitable for the wall material and strength. As a plaster board wall is especially fragile, attach the screws securely to a beam and fasten them to the wall. Install the speakers on a vertical and flat wall where reinforcement is applied.

• Sony is not responsible for accidents or damage caused by improper installation, insufficient wall strength or improper screw installation, natural calamity, etc.

To install the speakers on a wall

Before installing the speakers on a wall, connect the speaker cord to the speaker.

Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with the colored tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the colored tube to #.

Colored tube

Front left speaker (L): White

Front right speaker (R): Red

Center speaker: Green

Surround left speaker (L): Blue

Surround right speaker (R): Gray

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1

Prepare screws (not supplied) that are suitable for the hole on the back of each speaker.

See the illustrations below.

4 mm

5 mm

Hole on the back of the speaker

30 mm

10 mm

2

Fasten the screws to the wall.

For the center speaker

219 mm

(8

5

/

8

inches)

For the other speakers

8 to 10 mm

3

Hang the speakers on the screws.

5 mm

Hole on the back of the speaker

10 mm

8 to 10 mm

Rear of the speaker

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Step 2: Connecting the System

For connecting the system, read the information on the following pages.

Do not connect the AC power cord (mains lead) of the unit to a wall outlet (mains) until all the other connections are made.

Note

• When you connect another component with a volume control, turn down the volume of the other components to a level where sound is not distorted.

Connecting the speakers

The connector of the speaker cords and the color tube are color-coded depending on the type of speaker.

Connect the speaker cords to match the color of the SPEAKERS jacks of the unit.

Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #. Do not catch the speaker cord insulation (rubber covering) in the speaker terminals.

To connect speaker cords to the unit and surround amplifier

When connecting to the unit and surround amplifier, insert the connector until it clicks.

Rear panel of the unit

White

(Front left speaker (L))

Rear panel of the surround amplifier

Gray

(Surround right speaker (R))

E US

IMPE

DANC

3-16

E

SPE

AKE

RS

L

R

FRONT R

FRONT L

WOO

FER

CENTER

Red

(Front right speaker (R))

Green

(Center speaker)

Purple

(Subwoofer)

Blue

(Surround left speaker (L))

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Connecting the TV (Video connection)

This connection sends a video signal to the TV.

Depending on the jacks on your TV, select the connection method.

Rear panel of the unit

C Video cord (not supplied)

HDMI

IN 2

IN 1

VIDEO

OUT

OUT

P R /C R

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

P B

/C B

ARC

OUT

B

Component video cable (not supplied)

A HDMI cable

(not supplied)

To the video input jack of the TV.

To the component video input jacks of the TV.

To the HDMI IN jack of the TV.

Method 1: HDMI cable (A) connection

If your TV has an HDMI jack, connect to the TV with an HDMI cable. Picture quality will be improved compared to using the component video cable connection or the video cord connection.

When connecting with the HDMI cable, you need to select the type of output signal (page 59).

Method 2: Component video cable (B) connection

If your TV does not have an HDMI jack, but has component video input jacks, connect to the TV with a component video cable. Picture quality will be improved compared to using the video cord connection.

When connecting with the component video cable, you need to select the type of output signal (page

59).

Method 3: Video cord (C) connection

If you do not have an HDMI cable or a component video cable, make this connection.

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Connecting the TV (Audio connection)

This connection sends an audio signal to the unit from the TV. To listen to TV sound via the system, perform this connection.

Rear panel of the unit

DIGIT

AL IN

TV

SAT/C

ABLE

OPT

OPT

Digital optical cord

(not supplied)

To the digital optical out jack of the TV.

With a digital audio connection, the system receives a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast signal and you can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound.

Note

• When you connect the TV and the unit with an audio cord, see “Connecting the other components” (page 21).

About Audio Return Channel (ARC)

If your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function, an HDMI cable connection also sends a digital audio signal from the TV. You do not need to make a separate audio connection for listening to TV sound. For details of the Audio Return Channel function, see [Audio Return Channel]

(page 62).

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Connecting the other components

When another component you wish to connect to the system has an

HDMI OUT jack

You can connect a component that has an HDMI OUT jack such as a set-top box/digital satellite receiver or PLAYSTATION

®

3, etc., with an HDMI cable. An HDMI cable connection can send both video and audio signals. By connecting the system and the component using an HDMI cable, you can enjoy high-quality digital pictures and sound via the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack.

Rear panel of the unit

IN 1

HDMI

IN 2

ARC

OUT

HDMI cable (not supplied)

To the HDMI OUT jack of the set-top box/ digital satellite receiver or

PLAYSTATION

®

3, etc.

Note

• Video signals to the HDMI (IN 1/IN 2) jacks are output from the HDMI (OUT) jack only when the “HDMI1” or

“HDMI2” function is selected.

• To output an audio signal from the HDMI (OUT) jack, you need to change the audio output setting. For details, see

[Audio Output] in [Audio Settings] (page 60).

• You can change the audio input of the component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) jack to the DIGITAL IN

(SAT/CABLE OPT) jack (page 63).

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When the component does not have an HDMI OUT jack

Video signals from the system and the components are sent to the TV, and audio signals from the components are sent to the system as follows.

TV

System

Signal flow

: Video signal

: Audio signal

You can enjoy connected components via the system’s speakers.

• VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc. (not supplied), which has a digital optical output jack: D

• VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, or portable audio source, etc. (not supplied): E

Rear panel of the unit

DIGIT

AL IN

TV

OPT

OPT

AUDIO

AUDIO

IN

L

R

D Digital optical cord

(not supplied)

E

Audio cord

(not supplied)

To the digital optical out jack of the VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc.

To the audio out jacks of the VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, or portable audio source, etc.

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Connecting the antenna (aerial)

Rear panel of the unit

ANTE

NNA

75 C

OAXIA

L

FM or

FM wire antenna (aerial)

(supplied)

Note

• Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna (aerial).

• After connecting the FM wire antenna (aerial), keep it as horizontal as possible.

Tip

• If you have poor FM reception, use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the unit to an outdoor FM antenna (aerial) as shown below.

Outdoor FM antenna (aerial)

Unit

ANTENNA

75 COAXIAL

FM

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Inserting the wireless transceiver

You can transmit the audio signal from the main unit to an S-AIR product, such as the surround amplifier or S-AIR receiver.

To transmit sound from the unit, insert one wireless transceiver into the main unit and the other one into the S-AIR product, e.g. the surround amplifier.

For details of S-AIR products, see “Using an S-AIR Product” (page 45).

Rear panel of the unit

Rear panel of the surround amplifier

EZW

-RT1

0

EZW

0

Wireless transceiver

Wireless transceiver

Note

• Please make sure to fully insert the wireless transceiver into the wireless transceiver slot. You should hear a click when the wireless transceiver is inserted correctly.

• To avoid inserting the wireless transceiver upside-down, orient it with the Sony logo facing up.

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Step 3: Connecting to the Network

Connecting the system to the Internet allows you to watch Internet video, listen to Internet audio, use BD-LIVE, and update the Home Theatre

System software.

and connecting the extension cable to the

(USB) port (front or rear), turn the unit on again.

Wired Setup

Use a LAN cable to connect to the LAN (100) terminal on the unit.

LAN cable

(not supplied)

Broadband router

ADSL modem/ cable modem

Internet

Tip

• Using a shielded LAN cable, straight or crossing, is recommended.

To set the network settings

Select [Network Settings], [Internet Settings],

then [Wired Setup] (page 64), and follow the on-

screen instructions to complete the setup.

USB Wireless Setup

Use a wireless LAN via the USB Wireless LAN

Adapter (Sony UWA-BR100* only) (not supplied).

The USB Wireless LAN Adapter may not be available in some regions/countries.

* As of January 2010.

Turn the unit off before connecting the extension cable or inserting the USB Wireless

LAN Adapter. After inserting the USB Wireless

LAN Adapter to the base of the extension cable

LAN cable

(not supplied)

Wireless LAN router

ADSL modem/ cable modem

Internet

USB

Wireless

LAN

Adapter

Note

• The placement distance between the USB Wireless

LAN Adapter and your wireless LAN router differs depending on the usage environment. If the system cannot connect to the network or the network connection is unstable, move the USB Wireless LAN

Adapter to a different position or place the USB

Wireless LAN Adapter and the wireless LAN router closer to each other.

To set the network settings

Select [Network Settings], [Internet Settings],

then [USB Wireless Setup] (page 64), and

follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup.

Tip

• For details on wireless network setup, please visit: http://support.sony-europe.com/

About wireless LAN security

Since communication via the wireless LAN function is established by radio waves, the wireless signal may be susceptible to interception. To protect wireless communication, this system supports various security functions. Be sure to correctly configure the security settings in accordance with your network environment.

No Security

Although you can easily make settings, anyone can intercept wireless communication or intrude into your wireless network, even without any sophisticated tools. Keep in mind that there is a risk of unauthorized access or interception of data.

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WEP

WEP applies security to communications to prevent outsiders from intercepting communications or intruding into your wireless network. WEP is a legacy security technology that enables older devices, which do not support

TKIP/AES, to be connected.

WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (TKIP)

TKIP is a security technology developed to correct for the deficiencies of WEP. TKIP assures a higher security level than WEP.

WPA-PSK (AES), WPA2-PSK (AES)

AES is a security technology that uses an advanced security method that is distinct from

WEP and TKIP.

AES assures a higher security level than WEP or

TKIP.

Step 4: Setting up the

S-AIR Wireless System

Before performing Step 4

Make sure all connections are secure, and then connect the AC power cords (mains leads).

To use the S-AIR wireless system, you need to set up the surround amplifier.

The unit transmits sound to the surround amplifier that is connected to the surround speakers. To activate wireless transmission, perform the following Steps.

1

Press "/1 to turn the system on.

"/1

Make sure that “S-AIR” light up in the front panel display. When “S-AIR” does not light up, make sure that the wireless transceiver is inserted into the unit correctly.

2

Set the SURROUND SELECTOR switch of the surround amplifier to

SURROUND.

SURROUND SELECTOR

SURROUND SURROUND BACK

SURROUND SELECTOR

SURROUND SURROUND BACK

3

Set the S-AIR ID switch of the surround amplifier to A.

A B C PAIRING

S-AIR ID

A B C

S-AIR ID

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4

Press "/1 to turn the surround amplifier

on.

When wireless transmission is activated, the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator turns green.

S-AIR/STANDBY indicator

S-AIR/STANDBY

"/1

If the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator does not

turn green, see “Surround amplifier”

(page 11).

For details of the S-AIR function, see

“Using an S-AIR Product” (page 45).

About the standby mode

The surround amplifier enters standby mode automatically (the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator turns red) when the main unit is in standby mode or wireless transmission is deactivated.

The surround amplifier turns on automatically

(the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator turns green) when the system is turned on and wireless transmission is activated.

C/X/x/c,

Step 5: Performing the

Easy Setup

Follow the Steps below to make the basic adjustments for using the system.

Displayed items vary depending on the country model.

Note

• To use the optional surround back speakers, set

[Surround Back] in [Speaker Settings] to [Yes]

(page 53).

1

4

7

2

5

8

0

3

6

9

"/1

HOME

1

Turn on the TV.

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2

Connect the calibration mic to the

A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.

Set up the calibration mic at ear level using a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of each speaker should face the calibration mic, and there should be no obstruction between the speakers and the calibration mic.

A.CA

L

MIC

ECM

-AC2

5

Perform the [Easy Setup]. Follow the on-screen instructions to make the basic settings using

C/X/x/c, and

.

For details about [Auto Calibration]

settings in [Easy Setup], see “Calibrating the Appropriate Settings Automatically”

(page 51).

To recall the Easy Setup Display

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [Easy Setup], then

press .

4

Press

C/c to select [Start], then press

.

The Easy Setup Display appears.

Calibration mic

3

Press [/1 on the unit, and [/1 on the

surround amplifier.

4

Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the system appears on the TV screen.

The Easy Setup Display for OSD language selection appears.

Easy Setup - OSD

Select the language to be displayed by this unit.

English

Deutsch

Français

Italiano

Español

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Step 6: Selecting the

Source

You can select the playback source.

1

4

7 8

0

2

5

3

6

9

Function Source

“SAT/CABLE” Component that is connected to the DIGITAL IN (SAT/CABLE

OPT) jack on the rear panel

(page 21)

“AUDIO” Component that is connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R)

jacks on the rear panel (page 21)

FUNCTION

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until the desired function appears in the front panel display.

Each time you press FUNCTION, the function changes as follows.

“BD/DVD” t “D. MEDIA” t “TUNER FM” t “HDMI1” t “HDMI2” t “TV” t

“SAT/CABLE” t “AUDIO” t “BD/DVD” t …

Function

“BD/DVD”

“D. MEDIA” USB device, iPod, BRAVIA

Internet Video, or DLNA server

“TUNER FM”

FM radio (page 42)

“HDMI1”/

“HDMI2”

Source

Disc that is played by the system

“TV”

Component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2)

jack on the rear panel (page 21)

Component (TV, etc.) that is connected to the DIGITAL IN

(TV OPT) jack on the rear panel, or a TV compatible with the Audio

Return Channel function that is connected to the HDMI (OUT)

jack on the rear panel (page 20).

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Step 7: Enjoying Surround Sound

After performing the previous Steps and starting playback, you can easily enjoy surround sound. You can also select pre-programmed surround settings that are tailored to different kinds of sound sources.

They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters into your home.

1

4

7 8

0

2

5

3

6

9

X/x/c,

SYSTEM MENU

Selecting surround settings based on your listening preference

1

Press SYSTEM MENU.

2

Press

X/x repeatedly until “SUR.SETTING” appears in the front panel display, then

press

c.

3

Press

X/x repeatedly until the surround setting you want appears in the front panel

display.

See the table below for surround sound setting descriptions.

4

Press .

The setting is made.

5

Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

About speaker output of each surround setting

The table below describes the options when you connect all the speakers to the unit.

The default setting is “A.F.D. 7.1CH.”

Sound from Surround setting Effect

Depending on the source.

“A.F.D. STD”

(AUTO FORMAT

DIRECT STANDARD)

The system discriminates the sound format of the source and presents sound as it was recorded/encoded.

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Sound from Surround setting

“A.F.D. 7.1CH”

(AUTO FORMAT

DIRECT 7.1CH)

“PRO LOGIC”

“PLII MOVIE”

“PLII MUSIC”

“NEO6 CIN”

“NEO6 MUS”

“2CH STEREO”

Effect

• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1 channel speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound across each speaker.

• Multi-channel source: The system creates the surround back sound virtually depending on the number of channels of the source and outputs the sound as 7.1 channel surround sound.

• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1 channel speakers.

– “PRO LOGIC” performs Dolby Pro Logic decoding.

– “PLII MOVIE” performs Dolby Pro Logic II movie mode decoding.

– “PLII MUSIC” performs Dolby Pro Logic II music mode decoding.

• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the speakers depending on the number of channels of the source.

• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound from 2 channel sources and produces 6.1 channel sound.

– “NEO6 CIN” performs DTS Neo:6 Cinema mode decoding.

– “NEO6 MUS” performs DTS Neo:6 Music mode decoding.

• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the speakers depending on the number of channels of the source.

The system outputs the sound from the front speakers and subwoofer regardless of sound format or number of channels.

Multi-channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channels.

Note

• When you select “A.F.D. 7.1CH,” depending on the disc or source, the beginning of the sound may be cut off while the optimum mode is automatically selected. To avoid cutting the sound, select “A.F.D. STD.”

• When bilingual broadcast sound is input, “PRO LOGIC,” “PLII MOVIE,” and “PLII MUSIC” are not effective.

• Depending on the input stream, the surround settings may not be effective.

• When changing the surround setting while using the S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may skip.

• When you play a Super Audio CD, surround settings are not activated.

Tip

• The system memorizes the last surround setting selected for each function.

Whenever you select a function such as “BD/DVD” or “TUNER FM,” the surround setting that was last applied to the function is automatically applied again. For example, if you select “BD/DVD” with “PRO LOGIC” as the surround setting, then change to another function, and then return to “BD/DVD,” “PRO LOGIC” will be applied again.

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Playback

Playing a Disc

For playable discs, see “Playable Discs”

(page 74).

1

Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the system appears on your TV screen.

2

Press Z, and place a disc on the disc

tray.

3

Press Z to close the disc tray.

appears on the home menu and playback starts.

If playback does not start automatically, select in the [Video], [Music], or

[Photo] category, and press .

Tip

• Delete unnecessary data in internal memory or USB memory. Select [Erase BD Data] in [Video] to delete unnecessary data. If you use USB memory as local storage, all saved data in the [BUDA/BUDB] folder is deleted. Make sure to backup any video/ music/photo data in the [BUDA/BUDB] folder.

Enjoying Blu-ray 3D

You can enjoy Blu-ray 3D Discs with the 3D logo*.

*

1

Prepare for Blu-ray 3D Disc playback.

• Connect the system to your 3Dcompatible TV using a High-Speed

HDMI cable (not supplied).

• Set [3D Output Setting] and [TV Screen

Size Setting for 3D] in [Screen Settings]

(page 59).

2

Insert a Blu-ray 3D Disc.

The operation method differs depending on the disc. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc.

Tip

• Refer also to the operating instructions of your 3Dcompatible TV.

Enjoying BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE

Some BD-ROMs with “BD-LIVE” Logo* have bonus content and other data that can be downloaded for enjoyment.

*

1

Prepare for BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE.

• Connect the unit to a network (page 25).

• Set [BD Internet Connection] to [Allow]

(page 61).

2

Insert a BD-ROM with BONUSVIEW/

BD-LIVE.

The operation method differs depending on the disc. Refer to the operating instructions of the disc.

Displaying the play information

You can check the playback information, etc., by pressing DISPLAY.

The displayed information differs depending on the disc type and player status.

Example: when playing a BD-ROM

Playing from a USB

Device

You can play video/music/photo files on the connected USB device.

For playable types of files, see “Playable Types of Files” (page 75).

1

Connect the USB device to the

(USB) port on the unit.

Refer to the operating instructions of the

USB device before connecting.

Rear panel

A Output resolution/Video frequency

B Title number or name

C The currently selected audio setting

D Available functions (

subtitle)

angle, audio,

E Playback information

Displays disc type, play mode, repeat type, video codec, bit rate, playing status bar, playing time, total time

F Chapter number

G The currently selected angle

Front panel

PUSH OPEN

USB device

USB device

2

Press

C/c to select

[Video],

[Music], or [Photo].

3

Press

X/x to select

[USB device

(front)] or [USB device (rear)], then press .

Note

• Do not remove the USB device during operation. To avoid data corruption or damage to the USB device, turn the system off when connecting or removing the USB device.

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Enjoying an iPod

You can enjoy the sound and charge the battery of an iPod via the system.

Compatible iPod models

The compatible iPod models are as follows.

Update your iPod with the latest software before using with the system.

1

Connect the iPod to the (USB) port on the unit with the iPod’s USB cable.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Music].

3

Press

X/x to select

[iPod (front)], then press .

The sound from the iPod is played on the system.

You can operate the iPod using the buttons on the remote.

For operation details, refer to the operating instructions of the iPod.

To operate the iPod using the remote

You can operate the iPod using the buttons on the remote. The following table shows an example of buttons that can be used.

Press

N, X x

Operation

Same operation as the N/X button of the iPod.

Pause.

m or M Fast reverse or forward.

. or > Same operation as the . or > buttons of the iPod.

DISPLAY,

RETURN,

C

X/x

Same operation as the MENU button of the iPod.

, c

Same operation as the Click Wheel of the iPod.

Same operation as the Center button of the iPod.

Note

• The iPod is charged when connected to the system while the system is turned on.

• You cannot transfer songs onto the iPod.

• Sony cannot accept responsibility in the event that data recorded to iPod is lost or damaged when using an iPod connected to this unit.

• This product has been designed specifically to work with iPod and has been certified to meet Apple performance standards.

• Do not remove the iPod during operation. To avoid data corruption or damage to the iPod, turn the system off when connecting or removing the iPod.

Playing via a Network

Streaming BRAVIA Internet

Video

BRAVIA Internet Video serves as a gateway delivering the selected Internet content and a variety of on-demand entertainment straight to your unit.

1

Prepare for BRAVIA Internet Video.

Connect the unit to a network (page 25).

2

Press

C/c to select

[Video],

[Music], or [Photo].

3

Press

X/x to select an Internet content

provider icon, then press .

When the Internet content list has not been retrieved, it will be represented by an unacquired icon or a new icon.

To use the control panel

The control panel appears when the video file starts playing. The displayed items may differ depending on Internet content providers.

To display again, press DISPLAY.

Playing files stored on a DLNA server (DLNA Player)

You can play video/music/photo files on your home server, such as a DLNA-certified network audio system or a PC with software that enables a DLNA-certified server function, by connecting the system to your home network.

1

Prepare for playing files on a DLNA server.

• Connect the unit to a network (page 25).

• Set [Connection Server Settings]

(page 64).

2

Press

C/c to select

[Video],

[Music], or [Photo].

3

Press

X/x to select a DLNA server, then

press .

The file list or folder list appears.

Playing the same audio in different rooms (PARTY

STREAMING)

Note

• If [Party Auto Start] (page 64) is not displayed on the

TV screen, this function may be available via a future update. However, the function may not be available in some regions/countries.

A Control display

Press

C/X/x/c or

for playback operations.

B Playing status bar

Status bar, cursor indicating the current position, playing time, duration of the video file

C The next video file name

D The currently selected video file name and rating

You can play the same audio at the same time across all Sony components which are compatible with the PARTY STREAMING function.

The component that plays audio for the party through the use of [Start Party] is called the

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“party host.” A component that is invited to the party from the party host and plays the same audio as the party host is called a “party guest.”

To start a party

(for the party host only)

You can use other components to play the content that is playing on the system.

1

Turn on the system and other Sony components compatible with the

PARTY STREAMING function.

Make sure that each component is connected to the network.

2

Press

C/X/x/c to select the audio

content in [Music] or a radio station.

For selecting a radio station, see “Listening to the Radio” (page 42).

3

Press OPTIONS.

4

Press

X/x to select [Start Party], then

press .

All party guests’ components start playing the same audio content as the party host.

To join in a party

(for a party guest only)

You can use the system to play the content that is playing on other components.

1

Turn on the system and other Sony components compatible with the

PARTY STREAMING function.

Make sure that each component is connected to the network.

2

Start a party on another networked component.

3

Press

C/c to select

[Music].

4

Press

X/x to select

[Party], then press .

5

Press

X/x to select the party host that

you set up in Step 2, then press .

To close a party

For the party host

Press x, then press HOME.

For a party guest

Press OPTIONS, press X/x to select [Close

Party], then press .

To leave from a party

(for a party guest only)

Press OPTIONS, press

X/x to select [Leave

Party], then press .

Note

• The sale and product lineup of products that are compatible with the PARTY STREAMING function differ depending on the area.

Operating the system with a

DLNA controller (renderer)

Note

• If [Renderer Set-up] (page 64) is not displayed on the

TV screen, this function may be available via a future update. However, the function may not be available in some regions/countries.

You can operate the system with a DLNA controller.

For details of operation, see the operating instructions of the DLNA controller.

Note

• Do not operate the system with the supplied remote when operating the system by the DLNA controller.

Tip

• The system is compatible with the “Play To” function of Windows Media

®

Player 12 that comes standard with Windows 7.

Available Options

Various settings and playback operations are available by pressing OPTIONS. The available items differ depending on the situation.

Common options

Items

[Playback History]

[Search History]

[Search Contents]

Details

Displays titles/tracks in the playback history of a

BD-ROM/DVD-ROM/

CD-DA (music CD) using

Gracenote technology.

Searches for related information based on keywords from Gracenote via the Information Display.

Searches for BRAVIA

Internet Video content based on keywords from Gracenote via the Information Display.

[Repeat Setting]

[Favourites List]

[Play/Stop]

[Play from start]

Sets the repeat play.

Displays the Favorites List.

Starts or stops playback.

Plays the item from the beginning.

[Information Display] Displays information on the

BD-ROM/DVD-ROM/

CD-DA (music CD) by using

Gracenote technology.

[Add to Favourites] Adds an Internet content to the Favorites List.

[Remove from

Favourites]

[Start Party]

Erases an Internet content from the Favorites List.

Starts a party with the selected source.

This item may not appear depending on the source.

[Leave Party]

[Close Party]

Leaves from a party which the system is participating in.

The PARTY STREAMING function continues among other participating devices.

Closes a party which the system is participating in. The

PARTY STREAMING function ends for all other participating devices.

[Video] only

Items Details

[3D Output Setting] Sets whether or not to output

3D video automatically.

[Video Settings]

Note

• 3D video from the HDMI

(IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack is output regardless of this setting.

• [Picture Quality Mode]:

Selects the picture settings for different lighting environments.

• [FNR]: Reduces the random noise appearing in the picture.

• [BNR]: Reduces the mosaic-like block noise in the picture.

• [MNR]: Reduces minor noise around the picture outlines (mosquito noise).

[Play/Pause]

[Top Menu]

[Menu/Popup Menu] Displays the BD-ROM’s

Pop-up Menu or DVD’s menu.

[Title Search] Searches for a title on BD-

ROMs/DVD VIDEOs and starts playback from the beginning.

[Chapter Search]

Starts or pauses playback.

Displays the BD’s or DVD’s

Top Menu.

[Angle]

[IP Content Noise

Reduction]

Searches for a chapter and starts playback from the beginning.

Switches to other viewing angles when multi-angles are recorded on BD-ROMs/DVD

VIDEOs.

Adjusts the video quality for

Internet content.

[Music] only

Items

[Add Slideshow

BGM]

Details

Registers music files in the

USB memory as slideshow background music.

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[Photo] only

Items

[Slideshow]

[Slideshow Speed]

[Slideshow Effect]

[Slideshow BGM]

[Rotate Left]

[Rotate Right]

[View Image]

Details

Starts a slideshow.

Changes the slideshow speed.

Sets the effect when playing a slideshow.

• [Off]: Turns off the function.

• [My Music from USB]: Sets the music files registered in

[Add Slideshow BGM]. If no music file is registered,

[(Not registered)] is displayed.

• [Play from disc]: Sets the tracks on CD-DAs (music

CDs).

Rotates the photo counterclockwise by

90 degrees.

Rotates the photo clockwise by 90 degrees.

Displays the selected picture.

Adjusting the delay between the picture and sound

(A/V SYNC)

When the sound does not match the pictures on the TV screen, you can adjust the delay between the picture and sound.

1

Press SYSTEM MENU.

2

Press

X/x repeatedly until “A/V SYNC”

appears in the front panel display, then press

c.

3

Press

X/x to adjust the delay between

the picture and sound.

You can adjust from 0 ms to 300 ms in 25 ms increments.

4

Press .

The setting is made.

5

Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Note

• Depending on the input stream, A/V SYNC may not be effective.

Sound Adjustment

Selecting the Effect to

Suit the Source

You can select a suitable sound mode for movies or music.

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• “GAME ROCK”: The system provides the sound for music/rhythm games.

• “OMNI-DIR”: The same sound is audible anywhere in the room.

Note

• Depending on the disc or source, when you select

“AUTO,” the beginning of the sound may be cut off as the system selects the optimum mode automatically. To avoid cutting the sound, select other than “AUTO.”

• Depending on the input stream, the sound mode may not be effective.

• When changing the sound mode while using the

S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may skip.

• When you play a Super Audio CD, this function does not work.

SOUND

MODE

Press SOUND MODE repeatedly during playback until the desired mode appears in the front panel display.

• “AUTO”: The system selects “MOVIE” or

“MUSIC” automatically to produce the sound effect depending on the disc or sound stream.

• “MOVIE”: The system provides the sound for movies.

• “HD-D.C.S.”: For movies on Blu-ray and

DVD, etc., “HD-D.C.S.” realizes precise sound effects the way the Movie Sound

Designers intended for them to be.

• “3D SUR.”: “3D SUR.” is a unique Sony algorithm used for playing 3D (threedimensional) content that provides a 3D sound experience with depth and presence by creating a virtual sound field close to your ears.

• “MUSIC”: The system provides the sound for music.

• “SPORTS”: The system adds reverberation for sports programs.

• “NEWS”: The system provides the sound for voice programs, such as news.

Selecting the Audio

Format, Multilingual

Tracks, or Channel

When the system is playing a BD/DVD VIDEO or DATA CD/DATA DVD (DivX video files) recorded in multiple audio formats (PCM,

Dolby Digital, MPEG audio, or DTS) or multilingual tracks, you can change the audio format or language.

With a CD, you can select the sound from the right or left channel and listen to the sound of the selected channel through both the right and left speakers.

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Press repeatedly during playback to select the desired audio signal.

The audio information appears on the TV screen.

x BD/DVD VIDEO

Depending on the BD/DVD VIDEO, the choice of language varies.

When 4 digits are displayed, they indicate a

language code. See “Language Code List”

(page 79) to confirm which language the code

represents. When the same language is displayed two or more times, the BD/DVD

VIDEO is recorded in multiple audio formats.

x DVD-VR

The types of sound tracks recorded on a disc are displayed.

Example:

• [ Stereo]

• [ Stereo (Audio1)]

• [ Stereo (Audio2)]

• [ Main]

• [ Sub]

• [ Main/Sub]

Note

• [ Stereo (Audio1)] and [ Stereo (Audio2)] do not appear when only one audio stream is recorded on the disc.

x DATA CD (DivX video file)/DATA DVD

(DivX video file)

The choice of DATA CD or DATA DVD audio signal formats differs, depending on the DivX video file contained on the disc. The format appears on the TV screen.

x CD

• [ Stereo]: The standard stereo sound.

• [ 1/L]: The sound of the left channel

(monaural).

• [ 2/R]: The sound of the right channel

(monaural).

Enjoying Multiplex

Broadcast Sound

(DUAL MONO)

You can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound when the system receives or plays a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast signal.

Note

• To receive the Dolby Digital signal, you need to connect a TV or other component to the unit with a

digital optical cord (pages 20, 21). If your TV is

compatible with the Audio Return Channel function

(page 51), you can receive a Dolby Digital signal via

an HDMI cable.

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Press repeatedly until the desired signal appears in the front panel display.

• “MAIN”: Sound of the main language will be output.

• “SUB”: Sound of the sub language will be output.

• “MAIN/SUB”: Mixed sound of both the main and sub languages will be output.

Using the Sound Effect

C/X/x/c,

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TONE

SYSTEM

MENU

Enjoying sound at low volume

You can enjoy sound effects or dialog, as you would in a movie theater, even at low volume. It is useful for watching movies at night.

1

Press SYSTEM MENU.

2

Press

X/x repeatedly until “NIGHT

MODE” appears in the front panel display, then press or

c.

3

Press

X/x to select a setting.

• “NIGHT ON”: On.

• “NIGHT OFF”: Off.

4

Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Note

• When sound is output from the center speaker, this effect is more pronounced, as speech (movie dialog, etc.) is easy to hear. When sound is not output from the center speaker, the system optimally adjusts the volume.

Changing the tonal balance

You can adjust the sound by changing the tonal balance of the sound.

1

Press TONE repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the front panel display.

• “BASS”: You can adjust the bass frequencies.

• “TREBLE”: You can adjust the treble frequencies.

2

Press

X/x to adjust the sound.

The adjusted value appears in the front panel display. You can set the value from

–6.0 to +6.0.

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Tuner

Listening to the Radio

You can enjoy radio sound with the system’s speakers.

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"/1

Number buttons

D.TUNING

C/X/x/c,

FUNCTION

TUNING +/–

PRESET +/– x

2 +/–

Current station

Current band and preset number

FM 7

SYSTEM

MENU

2

Select the radio station.

Automatic tuning

Press and hold TUNING +/– until the auto scanning starts.

[Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen.

Scanning stops when the system tunes in a station.

To stop the automatic tuning manually, press TUNING +/–.

Manual tuning

Press TUNING +/– repeatedly.

3

Adjust the volume by pressing 2 +/–.

If an FM program is noisy

If an FM program is noisy, you can select monaural reception. There will be no stereo effect, but reception will improve.

1

Press SYSTEM MENU.

2

Press

X/x repeatedly until “FM MODE”

appears in the front panel display.

88.00

MHz

SONY FM

Station name (European and

Russian models only)

1

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until

“TUNER FM” appears in the front panel display.

3

Press

4

Press

X/x to select “MONO.”

• “STEREO”: Stereo reception.

• “MONO”: Monaural reception.

5

Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

To turn off the radio

Press "/1.

Presetting radio stations

You can preset up to 20 stations. Before tuning, make sure to turn down the volume to minimum.

1

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until

“TUNER FM” appears in the front panel display.

2

Press and hold TUNING +/– until the auto scanning starts.

Scanning stops when the system tunes in a station.

3

Press SYSTEM MENU.

4

Press

X/x repeatedly until “MEMORY”

appears in the front panel display, then press

c.

A preset number appears in the front panel display.

5

Press

X/x to select the preset number

you want.

Selecting a radio station by inputting a frequency directly

When you know the frequencies, you can select radio stations by inputting the frequencies directly.

1

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until

“TUNER FM” appears in the front panel display.

2

Press D.TUNING.

3

Press the number buttons to select the frequencies.

4

Press .

Tip

• You can select the preset number directly by pressing the number buttons.

6

Press .

“COMPLETE” appears in the front panel display, and the station is stored.

7

Repeat Steps 2 to 6 to store other stations.

8

Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

To change the preset number

Select the desired preset number by pressing

PRESET +/–, then perform the procedure from

Step 3.

Selecting the preset station

1

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until

“TUNER FM” appears in the front panel display.

The last received station is tuned in.

2

Press PRESET +/– repeatedly to select the preset station.

The preset number and frequency appear on the TV screen and front panel display.

Each time you press the button, the system tunes in one preset station.

Tip

• You can select the preset station number directly by pressing the number buttons.

Using the Radio Data

System (RDS)

What is the Radio Data

System?

The Radio Data System (RDS) is a broadcasting service that allows radio stations to send additional information along with the regular program signal. This tuner offers convenient

RDS features, such as station name display.

The station name appears on the TV screen as well.

Receiving RDS broadcasts

Simply select a station from the FM band.

When you tune in a station that provides RDS services, the station name* appears in the front panel display.

* If an RDS broadcast is not received, the station name may not appear in the front panel display.

Note

• RDS may not work properly if the station you are tuned to is not transmitting the RDS signal properly, or if the signal strength is weak.

• Not all FM stations provide RDS service, nor do they provide the same type of services. If you are not

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Tip

• While receiving an RDS broadcast and pressing

DISPLAY, you can change between the station name and frequency in the front panel display.

External Audio Device

Using an S-AIR Product

About S-AIR products

There are two types of S-AIR product.

• S-AIR main unit (this unit): This is for transmitting sound. You can use up to three

S-AIR main units. (The number of usable

S-AIR main units depends on the use environment.)

• S-AIR sub unit: This is for receiving sound.

Surround amplifier (supplied): You can enjoy surround speaker sound wirelessly.

S-AIR receiver (optional): You can enjoy system sound in another room.

Room A

S-AIR main unit

To set the ID of the unit

1

Set the S-AIR ID switch of the unit to the desired ID.

S-AIR ID

A B C

S-AIR ID switch

You can select any ID (A, B, or C).

2

Press "/1.

The system turns on.

3

Set the S-AIR sub unit to the same ID.

Wireless transmission is activated as follows (example):

ID A

S-AIR sub unit

(surround amplifier)

Room B

S-AIR sub unit

(S-AIR receiver)

(not supplied)

Setting the S-AIR ID to activate wireless transmission

For the surround amplifier

For the S-AIR receiver

Simply by matching the ID of the unit and the

S-AIR sub unit, you can activate wireless transmission.

ID A ID A

To set the ID of the surround amplifier

1

Make sure that the SURROUND

SELECTOR switch of the surround amplifier is set to SURROUND.

2

Set the S-AIR ID switch of the surround amplifier to match the ID (A, B, or C) of the unit.

3

Press "/1 on the surround amplifier.

When wireless transmission is activated, the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator of the surround amplifier turns green.

For details of the S-AIR/STANDBY

indicator, see “Surround amplifier”

(page 11).

To set the ID of the S-AIR receiver

Refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.

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To enjoy a 7.1 channel system

You can enjoy the more realistic surround sound effect of 7.1 channels when you use the Wireless

Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP2, optional).

For details, refer to the operating instructions of the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit.

In this case, set [Surround Back] in [Speaker

Settings] to [Yes] (page 53).

Enjoying the system’s sound in another room

For the S-AIR receiver

You can enjoy the system’s sound in another room by using the S-AIR receiver.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [S-AIR Settings],

then press .

The [S-AIR Settings] display appears.

5

Press

X/x to select [Mode], then press

.

6

Press

X/x to select the desired setting.

• [Party]: The S-AIR receiver outputs sound according to functions set on the unit.

• [Separate]: You can set the desired function for the S-AIR receiver while unit functions do not change.

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Press .

The setting is made.

8

When you select [Separate] in Step 6, press S-AIR CH on the S-AIR receiver to select the function.

The S-AIR receiver’s function changes as follows.

“MAIN UNIT” t “TUNER FM” t

“AUDIO” t …

To enjoy the same function as the unit, select “MAIN UNIT.”

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Adjust the volume on the S-AIR receiver.

Enjoying the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode

For the S-AIR receiver

You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode by setting [Standby] to [On].

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [S-AIR Settings],

then press .

The [S-AIR Settings] display appears.

5

Press

X/x to select [Standby], then

press .

6

Press

X/x to select the desired setting.

• [On]: You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode or turned on. The power consumption during standby mode increases.

• [Off]: You cannot enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode.

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Press .

The setting is made.

Note

• When you turn the system off while [Standby] is set to [On], “S-AIR” flashes (when wireless transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is not activated), or lights up (when wireless transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is activated) in the front panel display.

Identifying the unit with a specific S-AIR sub unit

(Pairing operation)

For the surround amplifier

For the S-AIR receiver

When using S-AIR products, neighbors may also receive your system’s sound if IDs are the same, or you may receive sound from neighbors.

To prevent this, you can identify the unit with a specific S-AIR sub unit by performing the pairing operation.

When you perform pairing, wireless transmission is activated between the paired main unit and S-AIR sub unit only.

1

Place the S-AIR sub unit that you want to pair near the unit.

2

Match the IDs of the unit and the S-AIR sub unit.

• To set the ID of the unit, see “To set the ID of the unit” (page 45).

• To set the ID of the surround amplifier,

see “To set the ID of the surround amplifier” (page 45).

• To set the ID of the S-AIR receiver, refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.

3

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

4

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

5

Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

6

Press

X/x to select [S-AIR Settings],

then press .

The [S-AIR Settings] display appears.

7

Press

X/x to select [Pairing], then

press .

8

Start pairing of the S-AIR sub unit.

x For the surround amplifier

Press "/1 on the surround amplifier to turn on the surround amplifier and press

PAIRING on the rear panel of the surround amplifier. (To press PAIRING, a slim instrument, such as a paper clip, can be used.) x For the S-AIR receiver

Refer to the operating instructions of the

S-AIR receiver.

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Press

C/c to select [Start], then press

.

The unit starts pairing.

The PAIRING indicator of the surround amplifier flashes when pairing starts.

When wireless transmission is activated, the PAIRING indicator of the surround amplifier turns on.

To cancel pairing, select [Cancel].

Note

• Perform pairing within several minutes of Step

9. If you do not, [Pairing failed. Retry?] appears on the TV screen. To continue pairing, select

[OK] and press , then start again from Step 8.

To cancel pairing, select [Cancel].

To cancel pairing

Change the ID of the main and sub unit

(page 45).

Checking the S-AIR status of the unit

You can check the S-AIR status such as the

S-AIR ID or pairing information.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [S-AIR Settings],

then press .

The [S-AIR Settings] display appears.

The S-AIR ID of the unit appears on the

[Info] line. When the unit is paired,

[Pairing] appears after the ID.

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Press RETURN.

The system returns to the previous display.

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If wireless transmission is unstable

For the surround amplifier

For the S-AIR receiver

If you use multiple wireless systems, such as wireless LAN or Bluetooth, the transmission of

S-AIR signals or other wireless signals may be unstable. In this case, the transmission may be improved by changing the following [RF

Change] setting.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [S-AIR Settings],

then press .

The [S-AIR Settings] display appears.

5

Press

X/x to select [RF Change], then

press .

6

Press

X/x to select the desired setting,

then press .

• [Auto]: Normally select this. The system changes [RF Change] to [On] or [Off] automatically.

• [On]: The system transmits sound by searching for the better channel for transmitting.

• [Off]: The system transmits sound by fixing the channel for transmitting.

7

Press .

The setting is made.

8

When you set [RF Change] to [Off], select the ID so that wireless

transmission is most stable (page 45).

Note

• In most cases, you will not need to change this setting.

– If [RF Change] is set to [Off], transmission between the unit and S-AIR sub unit can be performed using one of the following channels.

– S-AIR ID A: equivalent channel for IEEE

802.11b/g channel 1

– S-AIR ID B: equivalent channel for IEEE

802.11b/g channel 6

– S-AIR ID C: equivalent channel for IEEE

802.11b/g channel 11

• The transmission may be improved by changing the transmission channel (frequency) of the other wireless system(s). For details, refer to the operating instructions of the other wireless system(s).

Other Operations

Using the Control for

HDMI Function for

“BRAVIA” Sync

This function is available on TVs with the

“BRAVIA” Sync function.

By connecting Sony components that are compatible with the Control for HDMI function with an HDMI cable, operation is simplified as below:

– System Power Off (page 50)

– One-Touch Play (page 50)

– Routing Control (page 50)

– Theatre Mode (page 50)

– System Audio Control (page 50)

– Volume Limit (page 51)

– Audio Return Channel (page 51)

– Remote Easy Control (page 51)

– Language Follow (page 51)

Control for HDMI is a mutual control function standard used by CEC (Consumer Electronics

Control) for HDMI (High-Definition

Multimedia Interface).

The Control for HDMI function will not work when you connect this system to a component which is not compatible with the Control for

HDMI function.

There are convenient buttons on the system’s remote for operating the TV, such as

THEATRE, ONE-TOUCH PLAY, and AV ?/1.

For details, see “Remote control” (page 12) and

refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

THEATRE

ONE-TOUCH

PLAY

AV

BRAVIA Sync

STB TV BD

Note

• Depending on the connected component, the Control for HDMI function may not work. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component.

• The Control for HDMI function may not work if you connect other than a Sony component, even if the component is compatible with the Control for HDMI function.

Preparing for the Control for

HDMI function

(Control for HDMI - Easy Setting)

If your TV or other component is compatible with the Control for HDMI - Easy Setting function, you can set the system’s or other components’ [Control for HDMI] function automatically by setting the TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV or other components.

If the TV is not compatible with the Control for

HDMI - Easy Setting function, set the Control for HDMI function of the system, TV, and other components manually.

Note

• For details on setting the TV, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

1

Make sure that the system and the TV are connected with an HDMI cable.

2

Turn on the TV and other components connected via the HDMI connection,

and press [/1 to turn on the system.

3

Set the Control for HDMI function of the

TV.

The Control for HDMI functions for the system, TV, and other components are simultaneously set to on.

To set the [Control for HDMI] function of the system to on/off manually

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

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Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

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Press

X/x to select [System Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [HDMI Settings],

then press .

The [HDMI Settings] display appears.

5

Press

X/x to select [Control for HDMI],

then press .

6

Press

X/x to select the setting, then

press .

• [On]: On.

• [Off]: Off.

Enjoying a component that is connected to the system via an

HDMI cable

(Routing Control)

When you perform One-Touch Play via the connected component, the system turns on and sets the system’s function to “HDMI1” or

“HDMI2” (depending on the HDMI jack in use), and your TV’s input is set to the HDMI input to which the system is connected automatically.

Note

• Make sure that the component is connected to the

HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack on the system via an HDMI cable, and the Control for HDMI function of the connected component is set to on.

Turning the system off in sync with the TV

(System Power Off)

When you turn the TV off by using the POWER button on the TV’s remote or AV ?/1 on the system’s remote, the system turns off automatically.

Note

• This function depends on the settings of your TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

Using the Theatre Mode

(Theatre Mode)

Press THEATRE.

If your TV is compatible with the Theatre Mode, you can enjoy optimal image and sound quality suited for movies, and the System Audio Control function is activated automatically.

Watching BD/DVD by a single button press

(One-Touch Play)

Press ONE-TOUCH PLAY.

The system and your TV turn on, your TV’s input is set to the HDMI input to which the system is connected, and the system starts playing a disc automatically.

The System Audio Control function is also activated automatically.

Also, when you insert a disc, One-Touch Play is enabled. If One-Touch Play does not start (in the case of inserting a disc that is not compatible with the auto playback function), press

FUNCTION repeatedly to select “BD/DVD” and press N or ONE-TOUCH PLAY.

Enjoying the sound of the content on the TV screen via the system’s speakers

(System Audio Control)

You can simplify operation to enjoy sound of the

TV or other components.

To use this function, connect the system and the

TV with an audio cord and an HDMI cable, or the system and the other components with

HDMI cables (pages 19, 21).

You can use the System Audio Control function as follows:

• When the system is turned on, the sound of the

TV or other components can be output from the speakers of the system.

• When sound of the TV or other components is output from the speakers of the system, you

can change the output method to the speakers of the TV via the TV menu.

• When sound of the TV or other components is output from the speakers of the system, you can adjust the volume and turn off the sound of the system using the TV remote.

Note

• While the TV is in PAP (picture and picture) mode, the System Audio Control function will not work.

• Depending on the TV, when you adjust the unit's volume, the volume level appears on the TV screen.

In this case, the volume level that appears on the TV screen and the unit's front panel display may differ.

Changing the language for the on-screen display of the TV

(Language Follow)

When you change the language for the on-screen display of the TV, the system’s on-screen display language is also changed after turning the system off and on.

Setting the Maximum Volume

Level of the System

(Volume Limit)

When the System Audio Control function is activated, loud sound may be output depending on the volume level of the system. You can prevent this by limiting the maximum level of

the volume. For details, see [Volume Limit]

(page 63).

Receiving the digital audio signal of the TV

(Audio Return Channel)

The system can receive the digital audio signal of the TV via an HDMI cable when your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function. You can enjoy TV sound via the system by using just one HDMI cable. For

details, see [Audio Return Channel] (page 62).

Operating the system via the

TV remote

(Remote Easy Control)

You can control the basic functions of the system via the TV remote when the system’s video output is displayed on the TV screen. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the

TV.

Calibrating the

Appropriate Settings

Automatically

[Auto Calibration]

D. C. A. C. (Digital Cinema Auto Calibration) can set the appropriate surround sound automatically.

Note

• The system outputs a loud test sound when [Auto

Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [Audio Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [Auto Calibration],

then press .

The confirmation display for [Auto

Calibration] appears.

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Connect the calibration mic to the

A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.

Set up the calibration mic at ear level using a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of each speaker should face the calibration mic, and there should be no obstruction between the speakers and the calibration mic.

A.CA

L

MIC

ECM

-AC2

Calibration mic

6

Press

X/x to select [OK].

To cancel, select [Cancel].

7

Press .

[Auto Calibration] starts.

The system adjusts the speaker settings automatically.

For proper calibration results, please remain quiet during the measurement.

Note

• Before [Auto Calibration], make sure that the surround amplifier turns on and you install the surround amplifier in the appropriate location. If you install the surround amplifier in an improper location, such as another room, proper measurement will not be obtained.

• When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker

Kit (WAHT-SBP2, optional) for the surround

back speakers (page 15), install the speakers in

appropriate location and turn the surround amplifier on. To use the surround back speakers, set [Surround Back] in [Speaker Settings] to

[Yes] (page 53)

8

Confirm the result of [Auto

Calibration].

The conclusions appear on the TV screen.

Press C/c to change the page. The first page shows the distance of the speakers. The second page shows the level of the speakers.

Note

• If measurement fails, follow the message then retry [Auto Calibration].

9

Press

X/x to select [OK] or [Cancel],

then press .

x The measurement is OK.

Disconnect the calibration mic, then select

[OK]. The result is implemented.

x The measurement is not OK.

Follow the message, then select [OK] to retry.

Note

• While the Auto Calibration function works:

– do not turn off the power.

– do not press any button.

– do not change the volume.

– do not change the function.

– do not change the disc.

– do not insert a disc.

– do not disconnect the calibration mic.

Setting the Speakers

[Speaker Settings]

To obtain the best possible surround sound, set connection of the speakers and their distance from your listening position. Then use the test tone to adjust the level and the balance of the speakers to the same level.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [Audio Settings],

then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [Speaker Settings],

then press .

The [Speaker Settings] display appears.

5

Press

X/x to select the item, then press

.

Check the following settings.

x [Connection]

If you do not connect center or surround speakers, set the parameters for [Center] and

[Surround]. Since the front speaker and subwoofer settings are fixed, you cannot change them.

When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker

Kit (WAHT-SBP2, optional) for the surround

back speakers (page 15), set [Surround Back]

also.

[Front]

[Yes]

[Center]

[Yes]: Normally select this.

[None]: Select this if no center speaker is used.

[Surround]

[Yes]: Normally select this.

[None]: Select this if no surround speaker is used.

[Surround Back]

[Yes]: Select this if surround back speakers are used.

[None]: Select this if no surround back speakers is used.

[Subwoofer]

[Yes] x [Distance]

When you move the speakers, be sure to set the parameters of the distance (A) from the listening position to the speakers.

You can set the parameters from 0.0 to 7.0 meters.

The numbers in the illustration indicate the following:

1

Center speaker

2

Front left speaker (L)

3

Front right speaker (R)

4 Subwoofer

5

Surround left speaker (L)

6

Surround right speaker (R)

7

Surround back left speaker (L) (optional)

8 Surround back right speaker (R) (optional)

2

4

5

1

A

6

3

A

7 8

[Front Left/Right] 3.0 m: Set the front speaker distance.

[Center]* 3.0 m: Set the center speaker distance.

[Surround Left/Right]* 3.0 m: Set the surround speaker distance.

[Surround Back Left/Right]* 3.0 m: Set the surround back speaker distance.

[Subwoofer] 3.0 m: Set the subwoofer distance.

* This item appears when you set it to [Yes] in the

[Connection] setting.

Note

• Depending on the input stream, [Distance] may not be effective.

x [Level]

You can adjust the sound level of the speakers.

You can set the parameters from –6.0 dB to +6.0 dB. Be sure to set [Test Tone] to [On] for easy adjustment.

[Front Left/Right] 0.0 dB: Set the front speaker level.

[Center]* 0.0 dB: Set the center speaker level.

[Surround Left/Right]

*

0.0 dB: Set the surround speaker level.

[Surround Back Left/Right]

*

0.0 dB: Set the surround back speaker level.

[Subwoofer] 0.0 dB: Set the subwoofer level.

* This item appears when you set it to [Yes] in the

[Connection] setting.

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x [Test Tone]

The speakers will emit a test tone to adjust

[Level].

[Off]: The test tone is not emitted from the speakers.

[On]: The test tone is emitted from each speaker in sequence while adjusting level. When you select one of the [Speaker Settings] items, the test tone is emitted from each speaker in sequence.

Adjust the sound level as follows.

1

Set [Test Tone] to [On].

2

Press

X/x to select [Level], then press

.

3

Press

X/x to select the desired speaker

type, then press .

4

Press

C/c to select the left or right

speaker, then press

X/x to adjust the

level.

5

Press .

6

Repeat Steps 3 to 5.

7

Press RETURN.

The system returns to the previous display.

8

Press

X/x to select [Test Tone], then

press .

9

Press

X/x to select [Off], then press

.

Note

• The test tone signals are not output from the HDMI

OUT jack.

Tip

• To adjust the volume of all the speakers at one time, press 2 +/–.

Using the Sleep Timer

You can set the system to turn off at a preset time, so you can fall asleep listening to music.

The time can be preset in intervals of 10 minutes.

Press SLEEP.

Each time you press SLEEP, the minutes display

(the remaining time) changes by 10 minutes.

When you set the sleep timer, “SLEEP” flashes in the front panel display.

To check the remaining time

Press SLEEP once.

To change the remaining time

Press SLEEP repeatedly to select the desired time.

Deactivating the Buttons on the Unit

(Child Lock)

You can deactivate the buttons on the unit

(except for "/1) for preventing misoperation, such as child mischief (child lock function).

Press x on the unit for 5 seconds.

“CHILD LOCK” and “ON” appear in the front panel display.

The child lock function is activated and the buttons on the unit are locked. (You can operate the system by using the remote.)

To cancel, press x for 5 seconds so that

“CHILD LOCK” and “OFF” appear in the front panel display.

Note

• When you operate the buttons on the unit while the child lock function is on, “CHILD LOCK” appears in the front panel display.

Controlling Your TV or

Other Components with the Supplied Remote

You can control your TV and other components such as a cable box or digital satellite receiver with the supplied remote. The remote is initially set to control Sony components.

You can control non-Sony components by changing the preset code of the remote. For

operation, see “Changing the preset code of the remote (Preset mode)” (page 56).

You can also set a new code which is not stored

on the remote. For operation, see “Programming the remote code from another remote (Learning mode)” (page 56).

Note

• When you replace the batteries of the remote, the remote setting may be reset to the default (SONY) setting.

Controlling your components with the supplied remote

1

Press the TV or STB operation mode button that matches the component you want to control.

2

Press the appropriated buttons listed in the following table.

• z: The button can be used with the default setting of the remote.

• a: The button can be used when you change the preset code of the remote.

Button

AV "/1

Number buttons

/

ENTER (

-

)

TONE

(DIGITAL)

Remote’s mode

TV STB

z z z z z z z z a a z z z

Button

SLEEP

(ANALOG)

Color buttons

(red/green/ yellow/blue)

TOP MENU

( )

FAVORITES

POP UP/MENU

(t

/

)

C/X/x/c,

RETURN

HOME (MENU)

OPTIONS

(TOOLS)

SOUND MODE

( )

./> m/M

H

X x z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z

Remote’s mode

TV STB

a z z z z z z z z a a a a a

2 +/–

PROG +/–

(c/C)

DISPLAY

( / )

SYSTEM

MENU ( )

H while pressing z (starts recording)

X while pressing z (pauses recording) x while pressing z (stops recording) z z z z z z z z z

Note

• In TV or STB mode, if you press any of the buttons above, the TV or STB operation mode button lights up. (However, depending on the code setting, some buttons may not work, and the TV or STB operation mode button may not light up.)

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• If you press other than the buttons above when the remote is in TV or STB mode, the TV or STB operation mode button does not light up.

• Depending on the TV or component, you may not be able to use some of the buttons.

Changing the preset code of the remote (Preset mode)

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [Remote Controller

Setting Guide], then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [Preset Mode], then

press .

5

Press

X/x to select the component type

that you want to operate with the supplied remote, then press .

6

Press

X/x to select the device’s

manufacturer, then press .

7

Press POP UP/MENU while pressing the operation mode button TV (for a TV) or STB (for a cable box, digital satellite receiver, digital video recorder, etc.).

The remote enters Preset mode. The TV or

STB operation mode button (whichever button you pressed) starts flashing.

8

When the TV or STB operation mode button starts flashing, enter the code on the TV screen using the number buttons, then press ENTER.

If you successfully set the code, the TV or

STB operation mode button will flash twice slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the

TV or STB operation mode button will flash five times quickly.

Note

• You can quit Preset mode by pressing the TV or STB operation mode button (whichever button is flashing).

• If you do not operate the remote for more than 10 seconds during presetting mode, the remote exits from presetting mode.

Programming the remote code from another remote (Learning mode)

You can program a remote code that is not stored in the supplied remote from a different component’s remote, such as a TV remote.

Buttons other than THEATRE,

ONE-TOUCH PLAY, [/1, BD, TV, and STB are assignable.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

3

Press

X/x to select [Remote Controller

Setting Guide], then press .

4

Press

X/x to select [Learning Mode],

then press .

5

Press .

6

Prepare the other remote with the button which you want to program to the supplied remote.

7

Press TOP MENU while pressing the operation mode button TV (for a TV) or

STB (for a cable box, digital satellite receiver, digital video recorder, etc.) for one second.

The remote enters Learning mode. The BD operation mode button lights up and the TV or STB operation mode button (whichever button you pressed) starts flashing.

8

Press the button on the supplied remote to which you want to assign the new remote code.

The TV or STB operation mode button lights up.

Note

• If the pressed button has already been assigned a remote code, the TV or STB operation mode button flashes five times quickly. In this case, clear the learned remote code of the button

(page 57), then assign the new desired remote

code.

• You cannot use z individually. z is used with

H, X, or x. When learning, press H, X, or x while pressing z.

9

Point the remotes at each other.

10

Press the button on the other remote that you want to program to the supplied remote.

Note

• If you do not press a button for more than 10 seconds after Step 8, the supplied remote status returns to its status after Step 7. Re-perform from Step 8.

11

Repeat Steps 8 to 10 to continue programming more buttons.

If you successfully program the remote code, the BD operation mode button will flash twice slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the TV or STB operation mode button will flash five times quickly.

Note

• You can exit from Learning mode by pressing the TV or STB operation mode button (whichever button is flashing).

• If you do not press a button to be programmed during

Learning mode for more than 1 minute, the remote exits from Learning mode.

To clear a programmed remote code

1

Follow Steps 1 to 7 of “Programming the remote code from another remote

(Learning mode).”

2

Press [/1 for more than 1 second.

The TV or STB operation mode button flashes twice.

3

Press the button on the supplied remote for which you want to clear the remote code.

If you successfully clear the remote code, the BD operation mode button will flash twice slowly. If the clearing is unsuccessful, the BD operation mode button will flash five times quickly.

4

Repeat Step 3 to continue clearing more buttons.

Note

• When you clear the programmed remote code, the button’s operation returns to the default setting.

Clearing all the preset and programmed remote codes from the remote’s memory

1

Press and hold AV ?/1 first, then press

VOL –, then press CH –.

The BD, TV, and STB operation buttons light up.

2

Release all buttons.

The BD, TV, and STB operation mode buttons turn off and all the added remote codes are cleared. The remote returns to its default settings.

Saving Power in Standby

Mode

Check that the following settings are made:

– [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] is set

to [Off] (page 49).

– [Standby] in [S-AIR Settings] is set to [Off]

(page 46).

– [Quick Start Mode] is set to [Off] (page 63).

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Settings and Adjustments

Using the Setup Display

You can make various adjustments of items such as picture and sound.

Select (Setup) on the home menu when you need to change the settings of the system.

The default settings are underlined.

Note

• Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over the Setup Display settings and not all the functions described may work.

1

Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2

Press

C/c to select

[Setup].

Setup

TV Type

Set the screen aspect ratio of your TV.

Screen Format Original

DVD Aspect Ratio

Cinema Conversion Mode

Letter Box

Auto

You can setup the following options.

Icon Explanation

[Remote Controller Setting

Guide] (page 58)

Makes the remote settings for operating the TV or other components.

[Network Update] (page 59)

Updates the software of the system.

Icon Explanation

[Screen Settings] (page 59)

Makes the screen settings according to the type of connecting jacks.

[Audio Settings] (page 60)

Makes the audio settings according to the type of connecting jacks.

[BD/DVD Viewing Settings]

(page 61)

Makes detailed settings for BD/

DVD playback.

[Parental Control Settings]

(page 62)

Makes detailed settings for the

Parental Control function.

[Music Settings] (page 62)

Makes detailed settings for

Super Audio CD playback.

[System Settings] (page 62)

Makes the system-related settings.

[Network Settings] (page 64)

Makes detailed settings for

Internet and network.

[Easy Setup] (page 64)

Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic settings.

[Resetting] (page 64)

Resets the system to the factory settings.

3

Press

X/x to select the setup category

icon to change, then press .

Example: [Screen Settings]

[Remote Controller

Setting Guide]

x [Preset Mode]

You can change the preset code of the remote for controlling non-Sony components. For details,

see “Changing the preset code of the remote

(Preset mode)” (page 56).

x [Learning Mode]

You can assign a remote code for an operation different from the preset operations of the

remote’s buttons. For details, see “Programming the remote code from another remote (Learning mode)” (page 56).

[Network Update]

You can update and improve the functions of the system.

For information about update functions, refer to the following website: http://support.sony-europe.com/

During a software update, “UPDATING” appears in the front panel display and video signals via HDMI may not be displayed. After the update completes, the main unit automatically turns off. Please wait for the software update to complete; do not turn the main unit on or off, or operate the main unit or

TV.

[Fixed Aspect Ratio]: Changes the picture size to fit the screen size with the original picture aspect ratio.

x [DVD Aspect Ratio]

[Letter Box]: Displays a wide picture with black bands on the top and bottom.

[Pan & Scan]: Displays a full-height picture on the entire screen, with trimmed sides.

[Screen Settings]

x [3D Output Setting]

[Auto]: Normally select this.

[Off]: Select this to display all contents in 2D.

Note

• 3D video from the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack is output regardless of this setting.

x [TV Screen Size Setting for 3D]

Sets the screen size of your 3D compatible TV.

Note

• This setting does not apply to 3D video from the

HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack.

x [TV Type]

[16:9]: Select this when connecting to a widescreen TV or a TV with a wide-mode function.

[4:3]: Select this when connecting to a 4:3 screen TV without a wide-mode function.

x [Screen Format]

[Original]: Select this when connecting to a TV with a wide-mode function. Displays a 4:3 screen picture in 16:9 aspect ratio even on a wide-screen TV.

x [Cinema Conversion Mode]

[Auto]: Normally select this. The unit automatically detects whether the material is video-based or film-based, and switches to the appropriate conversion method.

[Video]: The conversion method suited for video-based material will always be selected regardless of the material.

x [Output Video Format]

[HDMI]: Normally select [Auto]. Select

[Original Resolution] to output the resolution recorded on the disc. (When the resolution is lower than SD resolution, it is scaled up to SD resolution.)

[Component Video]: Select the resolution that suits your TV.

[Video]: Automatically sets the lowest resolution.

Note

• When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time, select

[Component Video].

• If no picture appears when setting [HDMI] or

[Component Video] resolution, try another resolution setting.

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x [BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p Output]

[Auto]: Outputs 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video signals only when connecting a 1080/24pcompatible TV using the HDMI OUT jack.

[Off]: Select this when your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p video signals.

x [YCbCr/RGB (HDMI)]

[Auto]: Automatically detects the type of external device, and switches to the matching color setting.

[YCbCr (4:2:2)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:2:2 video signals.

[YCbCr (4:4:4)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:4:4 video signals.

[RGB]: Select this when connecting to a device with an HDCP-compliant DVI jack.

x [HDMI Deep Colour Output]

[Auto]: Normally select this.

[12bit], [10bit]: Outputs 12bit/10bit video signals when the connected TV is compatible with Deep Colour.

[Off]: Select this when the picture is unstable or colors appear unnatural.

x [Pause Mode] (BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-R/

DVD-RW only)

[Auto]: The picture, including subjects that move dynamically, is output with no jitter.

Normally select this position.

[Frame]: The picture, including subjects that do not move dynamically, is output in high resolution.

[Audio Settings]

x [BD Audio MIX Setting]

[On]: Outputs the audio obtained by mixing the interactive audio and secondary audio to the primary audio.

[Off]: Outputs the primary audio only. Select this when outputting HD audio signals to an AV receiver.

x [Audio DRC]

You can compress the dynamic range of the sound track.

[Auto]: Performs playback at the dynamic range specified by the disc (BD-ROM only).

[Off]: No compression of dynamic range.

[On]: The system reproduces the sound track with the kind of dynamic range that the recording engineer intended.

x [Attenuate - AUDIO]

Distortion may occur when you listen to a component connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO

IN L/R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by reducing the input level on the unit.

[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output level is changed.

[Off]: Normal input level.

x [Audio Output]

The system cannot output multi-channel sound from both the HDMI (OUT) jack and system’s speakers simultaneously.

[Speaker]: Outputs multi-channel sound from the system’s speakers only.

[Speaker + HDMI]: Outputs multi-channel sound from the system’s speakers and 2-channel linear PCM signals from the HDMI (OUT) jack.

[HDMI]: Outputs multi-channel sound from the

HDMI (OUT) jack only. Sound format depends on the connected component.

Note

• Even if [HDMI] or [Speaker + HDMI] is selected, the sound of functions other than “BD/DVD,” “D.

MEDIA,” “HDMI1,” or “HDMI2” is output from the system’s speakers, not from the HDMI (OUT) jack.

• When you set [Audio Output] to [HDMI], the

SOUND MODE, “TONE,” “NIGHT MODE,” and

“SUR.SETTING” functions are disabled.

• When the System Audio Control function (page 50)

is activated, this setting may change automatically.

x [Sound Effect]

You can set the system’s sound effects (SOUND

MODE, “TONE,” “NIGHT MODE,” and

“SUR.SETTING”

) to on/off.

[On]: Enables all of the system’s sound effects.

The upper limit of sampling frequency is set to

48 kHz.

[Off]: The sound effects are disabled. Select this when you do not want to set the upper limit of sampling frequency.

x [Speaker Settings]

To obtain the best possible surround sound, set

the speakers. For details, see “Setting the

Speakers” (page 52).

x [Auto Calibration]

You can calibrate the appropriate settings

automatically. For details, see “Calibrating the

Appropriate Settings Automatically” (page 51).

x [Audio]

You can select the default track language for

BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.

When you select [Original], the language given priority in the disc is selected.

When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears.

Enter the code for your language by referring to

“Language Code List” (page 79).

x [Subtitle]

You can select the default subtitle language for

BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.

When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears.

Enter the code for your language by referring to

“Language Code List” (page 79).

x [BD Hybrid Disc Playback Layer]

[BD]: Plays BD layer.

[DVD/CD]: Plays DVD or CD layer.

x [BD Internet Connection]

[Allow]: Normally select this.

[Do not allow]: Prohibits Internet connection.

x [BD Data Storage Options]

[Internal memory]: Selects the internal memory to store BD data.

[USB device (front)]: Selects the (USB) port on the front panel to store BD data.

[USB device (rear)]: Selects the (USB) port on the rear panel to store BD data.

[BD/DVD Viewing

Settings]

You can make detailed settings for BD/DVD playback.

x [BD/DVD Menu]

You can select the default menu language for

BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.

When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears.

Enter the code for your language by referring to

“Language Code List” (page 79).

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[Parental Control

Settings]

x [Password]

Set or change the password for the Parental

Control function. A password allows you to set a restriction on BD-ROM, DVD VIDEO, or

Internet video playback. If necessary, you can differentiate the restriction levels for

BD-ROMs, DVD VIDEOs, and Internet videos.

x [Parental Control Area Code]

Playback of some BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs can be limited according to the geographic area.

Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes. Follow the on-screen instructions and enter your four-digit password.

x [BD Parental Control]

Playback of some BD-ROMs can be limited according to the age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes.

Follow the on-screen instructions and enter your four-digit password.

x [DVD Parental Control]

Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be limited according to a predetermined level such as the age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes. Follow the onscreen instructions and enter your four-digit password.

x [Internet Video Parental Control]

Playback of some Internet videos can be limited according to the age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes.

Follow the on-screen instructions and enter your four-digit password.

x [Internet Video Unrated]

[Allow]: Allows the playback of unrated

Internet videos.

[Block]: Blocks the playback of unrated Internet videos.

[Music Settings]

You can make detailed settings for Super Audio

CD playback.

x [Super Audio CD Playback Layer]

[Super Audio CD]: Plays the Super Audio CD layer.

[CD]: Plays the CD layer.

x [Super Audio CD Playback Channels]

[DSD 2ch]: Plays the 2ch area.

[DSD Multi]: Plays the multi-channel area.

[System Settings]

You can make the system-related settings.

x [OSD]

You can select your language for the system onscreen displays.

x [S-AIR Settings]

You can set up the S-AIR settings. For details,

see “Using an S-AIR Product” (page 45).

[Info]: The selected S-AIR ID is displayed.

[Pairing]: You can pair the system and S-AIR sub unit, such as a surround amplifier or S-AIR receiver.

[RF Change]: If wireless transmission is unstable, set this function.

[Mode]: You can enjoy the system’s sound in another room.

[Standby]: You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode.

x [Dimmer]

[Bright]: Bright lighting.

[Dark]: Low lighting.

x [HDMI Settings]

By connecting Sony components that are compatible with the Control for HDMI function with an HDMI cable, operation is simplified.

For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI

Function for “BRAVIA” Sync” (page 49).

[Control for HDMI]

You can set the [Control for HDMI] function to on/off.

[On]: On. You can operate mutually between components that are connected with an HDMI cable.

[Off]: Off.

[Audio Return Channel]

This function is available when you connect the system and TV that is compatible with the Audio

Return Channel function.

[Auto]: The system can receive the digital audio signal of the TV automatically via an HDMI cable.

[Off]: Off.

Note

• This function is available only when [Control for

HDMI] is set to [On].

[Volume Limit]

When the System Audio Control (page 50) is

activated, loud sound may be output depending on the volume level of the system. You can prevent this by limiting the maximum level of the volume when the System Audio Control function activates.

[Level3]: Maximum volume level is set to 15.

[Level2]: Maximum volume level is set to 20.

[Level1]: Maximum volume level is set to 30.

[Off]: Off.

Note

• This function is available only when [Control for

HDMI] is set to [On].

[HDMI1 Audio Input Mode]

You can select the audio input of the component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) jack.

[HDMI1]: The sound of the component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) jack is input from the HDMI (IN 1) jack.

[SAT/CABLE]: The sound of the component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) jack is input from the DIGITAL IN (SAT/CABLE

OPT) jack.

x [Quick Start Mode]

[On]: Shortens the startup time from standby mode. You can operate the system quickly after turning it on.

[Off]: The default setting.

x [Auto Standby]

[On]: Turns on the [Auto Standby] function.

When you do not operate the system for about

30 minutes, the system enters standby mode automatically.

[Off]: Turns off the function.

Note

• This function does not work while the sleep timer is set.

x [Auto Display]

[On]: Automatically displays information on the screen when changing the viewing titles, picture modes, audio signals, etc.

[Off]: Displays information only when you press DISPLAY.

x [Screen Saver]

[On]: Turns on the screen saver function.

[Off]: Off.

x [Software Update Notification]

[On]: Sets the system to inform you of newer

software version information (page 58).

[Off]: Off.

x [Gracenote Settings]

[Auto]: Automatically downloads disc information when you stop playback of the disc.

To download, the system must be connected to the network.

[Manual]: Downloads disc information when you select [Playback History] or [Information

Display] in the options menu.

x [DivX® VOD]

You can display the registration or deregistration code for this system, or deregister this system after registration.

When the registration is disabled

[Registration Code]: The registration code is displayed.

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[Deregistration Code]: The deregistration code is displayed. (This item can be selected only after the registration code is displayed.)

When the registration is enabled

Press

C/c to select [OK] or [Cancel], then

press .

[OK]: The device is deregistered and the deregistration code is displayed.

[Cancel]: The system returns to the previous display.

For more information, go to http://www.divx.com on the Internet.

x [System Information]

You can display the system’s software version information and the MAC address.

[Network Settings]

You can make detailed settings for Internet and network.

x [Internet Settings]

Connect the system to the network beforehand.

For details, see “Step 3: Connecting to the

Network” (page 25).

[View Network Status]: Displays the current network status.

[Wired Setup]: Select this when you connect to a broadband router directly.

[USB Wireless Setup]: Select this when you use a USB Wireless LAN Adapter.

For more information, go to http://support.sony-europe.com/ x [Network Connection Diagnostics]

You can run the network diagnostics to check if the network connection has been made properly.

x [Connection Server Settings]

Sets whether or not to display the connected

DLNA server.

x [Renderer Set-up]

[Automatic Access Permission]: Sets whether or not to allow automatic access from newly detected DLNA controller.

[Smart Select]: Allows a Sony DLNA controller to find the system as the target component to operate by using the infrared ray. You can set this function to on or off.

[Renderer Name]: Displays the system’s name as it is listed on other DLNA devices on the network.

x [Renderer Access Control]

Sets whether or not to accept commands from

DLNA controllers.

x [Party Auto Start]

[On]: Starts a party or joins an existing party at the request of a networked device compatible with the PARTY STREAMING function.

[Off]: Off.

x [BD Remote Device Registration]

Registers your “BD remote” device.

x [Registered BD Remote Devices]

Displays a list of your registered “BD remote” devices.

[Easy Setup]

Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic settings. Follow the on-screen instructions.

[Resetting]

x [Reset to Factory Default Settings]

You can reset the system settings to the factory default by selecting the group of settings. All the settings within the group will be reset.

x [Initialize Personal Information]

You can erase your personal information stored in the system.

Additional Information

Precautions

On safety

• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the system, or place the system near water, such as near a bathtub or shower room. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the system and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

• Do not touch the AC power cord (mains lead) with wet hands. Doing so may cause an electric shock.

On power sources

• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet (mains) if you do not intend to use it for an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, never by the cord.

On placement

• Place the system in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the system.

• At high volume, over long periods of time, the cabinet becomes hot to the touch. This is not a malfunction.

However, touching the cabinet should be avoided. Do not place the system in a confined space where ventilation is poor as this may cause overheating.

• Do not block the ventilation slots by putting anything on the system. The system is equipped with a high power amplifier. If the ventilation slots are blocked, the system can overheat and malfunction.

• Do not place the system on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation slots.

• Do not install the system in a confined space, such as a bookshelf or similar unit.

• Do not install the system near heat sources such as radiators, air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration, or shock.

• Do not install the system in an inclined position. It is designed to be operated in a horizontal position only.

• Keep the system and discs away from components with strong magnets, such as microwave ovens, or large loudspeakers.

• Do not place heavy objects on the system.

On operation

• If the system is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the unit. Should this occur, the system may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and leave the system turned on for about half an hour until the moisture evaporates.

• When you move the system, take out any disc. If you do not, the disc may be damaged.

• If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

On adjusting volume

• Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level section is suddenly played.

On cleaning

• Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.

If you have any questions or problems concerning your system, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

On cleaning discs, disc/lens cleaners

• Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners

(including wet or spray types). These may cause the apparatus to malfunction.

On replacement of parts

• In the events that this system is repaired, repaired parts may be collected for reuse or recycling purposes.

On your TV’s color

• If the speakers should cause the TV screen to have color irregularity, turn off the TV then turn it on after

15 to 30 minutes. If color irregularity should persist, place the speakers further away from the TV set.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Caution: This system is capable of holding a still video image or on-screen display image on your television screen indefinitely. If you leave the still video image or on-screen display image displayed on your TV for an extended period of time you risk permanent damage to your television screen.

Projection televisions are especially susceptible to this.

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On moving the system

• Before moving the system, make sure that there is no disc inserted, and remove the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains).

About S-AIR function

• As the S-AIR products transmit sound by radio waves, sound may skip when radio waves are obstructed. This is a characteristic of radio waves and is not malfunction.

• As the S-AIR products transmit sound by radio waves, equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a microwave oven, may prevent wireless transmission.

• As the S-AIR products use the radio waves that share the same frequency as other wireless systems, such as wireless LAN or Bluetooth devices, interference or poor transmission may occur. In this case, take the following steps to enhance the transmission of signals:

– Avoid placing the S-AIR products near other wireless systems.

– Avoid using the S-AIR products and the other wireless systems simultaneously.

– The transmission may be improved by changing the transmission channel (frequency) of the other wireless system(s). For details, refer to the operating instructions of the other wireless system(s).

• The transmission distance differs depending on the usage environment. Find locations where transmission between the S-AIR main unit and sub unit is most effective, and install the S-AIR main unit and sub unit there.

• Place the S-AIR products on a stable surface.

• Poor transmission may occur and the transmission distance may be too short if the following conditions exist:

– There is a wall/floor made of reinforced concrete or stone between the S-AIR products.

– There is an iron divider/door or furniture/electric product made of fireproof glass, metal, etc., between the S-AIR products.

Notes about the Discs

On handling discs

• To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its edge. Do not touch the surface.

• Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.

• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as the temperature may rise considerably inside the car.

• After playing, store the disc in its case.

On cleaning

• Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning cloth.

Wipe the disc from the center out.

• Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs.

This system can only play a standard circular disc. Using neither standard nor circular discs

(e.g., card, heart, or star shape) may cause a malfunction.

Do not use a disc that has a commercially available accessory attached, such as a label or ring.

Troubleshooting

If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the system, use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Note that if service personnel changes some parts during repair, these parts may be retained.

In the event of a problem with the S-AIR function, have a Sony dealer check the entire system together

(S-AIR main unit and sub unit).

Power

Symptom

The power is not turned on.

“PROTECTOR” and “PUSH

POWER” appear alternately in the front panel display.

Problems and solutions

• Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected securely.

Press "/1 to turn off the system, and check the following items after

“STANDBY” disappears.

• Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?

• Are you using only the specified speakers?

• Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the system?

• After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the system. If the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

General

Symptom Problems and solutions

The remote does not function.

• The distance between the remote and the unit is too far.

• The batteries in the remote are weak.

• When you cannot perform menu operations via the front panel display, press

HOME on the remote.

The system does not work normally.

• Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after several minutes.

Picture

Symptom

There is no picture.

3D images from the HDMI (IN

1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack do not appear on the TV screen.

Problems and solutions

• Check the video connection (page 19).

• The unit is not connected to the correct TV input jack (page 19).

• The video input on the TV is not set so that you can view pictures from the system.

• Check the output method on your system (page 19).

• The unit is connected to an input device that is not HDCP (High-bandwidth

Digital Content Protection) compliant (“HDMI” on the front panel does not

light up) (page 19).

• When playing a double-layer DVD, the video and audio may be momentarily interrupted at the point where the layers switch.

• Depending on the TV or video component, 3D images may not appear.

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Symptom

No picture appears when the video output resolution selected in [Output Video Format] is incorrect.

Problems and solutions

• Press and hold N and VOLUME – on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the video output resolution to the lowest resolution.

Video signals are only output from the HDMI (OUT) jack when connecting the HDMI

(OUT) jack and other video output jacks at the same time.

The picture is not output correctly.

• Set [Output Video Format] in [Screen Settings] to [Component Video]

(page 59).

The dark area of the picture is too dark/the bright area is too bright or unnatural.

• Set [Picture Quality Mode] to [Standard] (default) (page 37).

• Check the [Output Video Format] settings in [Screen Settings] (page 59).

• If the analog and digital signals are output at the same time, set [BD/DVD-

ROM 1080/24p Output] in [Screen Settings] to [Off] (page 60).

• For BD-ROMs, check the [BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p Output] settings in

[Screen Settings] (page 60).

Picture noise appears.

Even though you set the aspect ratio in [TV Type] of [Screen

Settings], the picture does not fill the TV screen.

• The aspect ratio on the disc is fixed.

Color irregularity occurs on the

TV screen.

• The disc is dirty or flawed.

• If the picture output from your system goes through your VCR to get to your

TV, the copy-protection signal applied to some BD/DVD programs could affect picture quality. If you still experience problems even when you connect your unit directly to your TV, try connecting your unit to the other input jacks.

• If the speakers are used with a CRT-based TV or projector, install the speakers at least 0.3 meters from the TV set.

• If the color irregularity persists, turn off the TV set once, then turn it on after 15 to 30 minutes.

• Make sure that no magnetic object (magnetic latch on a TV stand, health care device, toy, etc.) is placed near the speakers.

Sound

Symptom

There is no sound.

Problems and solutions

• The speaker cord is not connected securely.

• Check the speaker settings (page 52).

• Fast forward or fast reverse is performed. Press N to return to normal play mode.

• Slow forward or freeze frame is performed. Press N to return to normal play mode.

• Set [Audio Output] to [Speaker] (page 60).

No sound is output from the

HDMI OUT jack.

• Set [Audio Output] to [HDMI] (page 60).

The Super Audio CD sound of a component that is connected to the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN

2) jack is not output.

• HDMI (IN 1) and HDMI (IN 2) does not accept an audio format that contains copy protection. Connect the analog audio output of the component to the

AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks of the unit.

The left and right sounds are unbalanced or reversed.

• Check that the speakers and components are connected correctly and securely.

Symptom

There is no sound from the subwoofer.

Problems and solutions

• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 18, 52).

There is no digital sound from the HDMI (OUT) jack when using the Audio Return Channel function.

• Set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [On]

(page 62). Also, set [Audio Return Channel] in [HDMI Settings] of [System

Settings] to [Auto] (page 62).

• Make sure that your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function.

• Make sure that an HDMI cable is connected to a jack on your TV that is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function.

• The sampling frequency of the input stream is more than 48 kHz.

The system does not output sound correctly when connected to a set-top box.

• Set [Audio Return Channel] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [Off]

(page 51).

Severe hum or noise is heard.

• Check that the connecting cords are away from a transformer or motor, and at least 3 meters away from your TV set or a fluorescent light.

• Move your TV away from the audio components.

• Clean the disc.

The sound loses stereo effect when you play a CD.

• Select stereo sound by pressing

(page 39).

The surround effect is difficult to hear when you are playing a sound track of Dolby Digital,

DTS, or MPEG audio.

• Check the surround setting (page 30).

• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 18, 52).

• Depending on the BD/DVD, the output signal may not be the entire 5.1 channel.

It may be monaural or stereo even if the sound track is recorded in Dolby

Digital or MPEG audio format.

The sound comes from the center speaker only.

• Depending on the disc, the sound may come from the center speaker only.

No sound is heard from the center speaker.

• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 18, 52).

• Check the surround setting (page 30).

• Depending on the source, the effect of the center speaker may be less noticeable.

• A 2 channel source is being played.

No sound or only a very lowlevel sound is heard from the surround speakers.

• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 18, 52).

• Check the surround setting (page 30).

• Depending on the source, the effect of the surround speakers may be less noticeable.

• Check the wireless setting (page 26).

• A 2 channel source is being played.

The beginning of the sound is cut off.

• Set the sound mode to “MOVIE” or “MUSIC” (page 39).

• Select “A.F.D. STD” for “SUR.SETTING” (page 30).

The sound effects are disabled.

• The effects of SOUND MODE, “TONE,” “NIGHT MODE,” and

“SUR.SETTING” may be disabled depending on the input stream (page 61).

Distortion occurs in the sound of a connected component.

• Reduce the input level for the connected component by setting [Attenuate -

AUDIO] (page 60).

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Symptom

There is no sound from the surround speakers or surround back speakers.

Problems and solutions

Check the status of the S-AIR/STANDBY indicator on the surround amplifier.

• Turns off.

– Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) of the surround amplifier is connected securely.

– Turn the surround amplifier on by pressing "/1 on the surround amplifier.

• Flashes orange.

– Check that the wireless transceiver is inserted into the surround amplifier

correctly (page 24).

• Flashes green quickly.

– Set the SURROUND SELECTOR switch of the surround amplifier to

SURROUND (page 26).

– If there is no sound from the surround back speakers, set [Surround Back] in

[Speaker Settings] to [Yes] (page 53).

• Flashes red.

– Press "/1 to turn off the surround amplifier, and check the following items.

1

Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?

2

Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the surround amplifier?

After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the surround amplifier. If the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

• Flashes green slowly or turns red.

– Confirm the S-AIR IDs of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 45).

– Confirm the pairing setting (page 47).

– See “If wireless transmission is unstable” (page 48).

– Sound transmission is poor. Move the surround amplifier so that the S-AIR/

STANDBY indicator turns green.

– Move the system away from other wireless devices.

– Avoid using any other wireless devices.

• Turns green.

– The speaker cord is not connected securely.

– Check the speaker connections and settings.

– Depending on the source or the settings of the S-AIR main unit, the effect of the speakers may be less noticeable.

Operation

Symptom

Radio stations cannot be tuned in.

The disc does not play.

Problems and solutions

• Check that the antenna (aerial) is connected securely. Adjust the antenna

(aerial) or connect an external antenna (aerial) if necessary.

• The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic tuning). Use direct tuning.

• You are attempting to play a disc with a format that cannot be played back by

this system (page 74).

• The region code on the BD/DVD does not match the system.

• Moisture has condensed inside the unit and may cause damage to the lenses.

Remove the disc and leave the unit turned on for about half an hour.

• The system cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized (page 74).

Symptom

File names are not displayed correctly.

Problems and solutions

• The system can only display ISO 8859-1-compliant character formats. Other character formats may be displayed differently.

• Depending on the writing software used, the input characters may be displayed differently.

A disc does not start playing from the beginning.

• Resume play has been selected. Press OPTIONS and select [Play from start], then press .

• The title or BD/DVD menu automatically appears on the TV screen.

Playback does not start from the resume point where you last stopped playing.

• The resume point may be cleared from memory depending on the disc when

– you open the disc tray.

– you disconnect the USB device.

– you play other content.

– you turn off the unit.

The system starts playing the disc automatically.

• The BD/DVD features an auto playback function.

Playback stops automatically.

• Some discs may contain an auto pause signal. While playing such a disc, the system stops playback at the auto pause signal.

You cannot perform some functions such as stop or search.

• Depending on the disc, you may not be able to perform some of the operations.

Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc.

Messages do not appear on the

TV screen in the language you want.

• In the Setup Display, select the desired language for the on-screen display in

[OSD] in [System Settings] (page 62).

The language for the soundtrack/ subtitle or angles cannot be changed.

• Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu.

• Multi-lingual tracks/subtitles or multi-angles are not recorded on the BD or

DVD being played.

• The BD or DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the sound track/ subtitle or angles.

The disc tray does not open and you cannot remove the disc even after you press Z.

• Try the following: 1 Press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to open the disc tray. 2 Remove the disc. 3 Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after several minutes.

A disc cannot be ejected and

“LOCKED” appears in the front panel display.

• Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

The Control for HDMI function does not work.

• Set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [On]

(page 62).

• Make sure that the connected component is compatible with the [Control for

HDMI] function.

• Check the connected component’s setting for the Control for HDMI function.

Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component.

• If you change the HDMI connection, connect and disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead), or have a power failure, set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI

Settings] of [System Settings] to [Off], then set [Control for HDMI] to [On]

(page 62).

• For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI Function for “BRAVIA” Sync”

(page 49).

No sound is output from the system and TV while using the

System Audio Control function.

• Make sure that the connected TV is compatible with the System Audio Control function.

• For details, see “Using the Control for HDMI Function for “BRAVIA” Sync”

(page 49).

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Symptom Problems and solutions

Bonus contents or other data that are contained in a BD-ROM cannot be played.

• Try the following: 1 Remove the disc. 2 Turn the system off. 3 Remove and

reconnect the USB device (page 33). 4 Turn the system on. 5 Insert the BD-

ROM with BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE.

The unit does not work and

“CHILD LOCK” appears in the front panel display when you press any button on the unit.

• Set the child lock function to off (page 54).

The system menu does not work. • Press HOME on the remote.

USB device

Symptom

The USB device is not recognized.

Problems and solutions

• Try the following: 1 Turn the system off. 2 Remove and reconnect the USB device. 3 Turn the system on.

• Make sure that the USB device is securely connected to the (USB) port.

• Check if the USB device or a cable is damaged.

• Check if the USB device is on.

• If the USB device is connected via a USB hub, disconnect it and connect the

USB device directly to the unit.

S-AIR

Symptom

Wireless transmission is not activated. (The indicator of the

S-AIR sub unit flashes green slowly or turns red.)

There is no sound from the

S-AIR sub unit, noise is heard from the S-AIR sub unit, or sound from the S-AIR sub unit skips.

Problems and solutions

• Check that the wireless transceiver is inserted correctly into the unit and S-AIR

sub unit (page 24).

• Confirm the S-AIR IDs of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 45).

• Confirm the pairing setting (page 47).

• See “If wireless transmission is unstable” (page 48).

• Sound transmission is poor. Move the S-AIR sub unit so that the indicator turns green.

• Move the system away from other wireless devices.

• Avoid using any other wireless devices.

• If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 8 meters away from the unit.

• Place the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit closer together.

• Avoid use of equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a microwave oven.

• Place the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless products.

• See “If wireless transmission is unstable” (page 48).

• Change the S-AIR ID settings of the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit.

• Turn off the system and S-AIR sub unit, then turn them on.

BRAVIA Internet Video

Symptom Problems and solutions

The picture/sound is poor/certain programs display with a loss of detail, especially during fastmotion or dark scenes.

• Picture/sound quality may be poor depending on Internet content providers.

• Picture/sound quality may be improved by changing the connection speed.

Sony recommends a connection speed of at least 2.5 Mbps for standarddefinition video and 10 Mbps for high-definition video.

• Not all videos contain sound.

The picture is small.

• Press X to zoom in.

Network connection

Symptom

You cannot connect your PC to the Internet after [Wi-Fi

Protected Setup (WPS)] is performed.

You cannot connect the system to your wireless LAN router.

Problems and solutions

The system cannot connect to the network.

• Check the network connection (page 25) and the network settings (page 64).

• The wireless settings of the router may change automatically if you use the Wi-

Fi Protected Setup function before adjusting the settings of the router. In this case, change the wireless settings of your PC accordingly.

• Check if the wireless LAN router is on.

• Depending on the usage environment, including the wall material, radio wave reception conditions, or obstacles between the system and the wireless LAN router, the possible communication distance may be shortened. Move the system and the wireless LAN router closer to each other.

• Devices that use a 2.4 GHz frequency band, such as a microwave, Bluetooth, or digital cordless device, may interrupt the communication. Move the unit away from such devices, or turn off such devices.

The desired wireless router is not detected even if [Scan] is performed.

• Press RETURN to return to the previous screen, and try [Scan] again. If the desired wireless router is still not detected, press RETURN to select [Manual registration].

The message [A new software version has been found on the network. Perform update under

“Network Update.”] appears on the screen when turning the system on.

• See [Network Update] (page 58) to update the system to a newer software

version.

Other

Symptom

“Exxxx” appears in the front panel display.

Problems and solutions

• Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and give the error code.

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Playable Discs

Blu-ray Disc

1)

DVD

3)

CD

3)

BD-ROM

BD-R

2)

/BD-RE

2)

DVD-ROM

DVD-R/DVD-RW

DVD+R/DVD+RW

CD-DA (Music CD)

CD-ROM

CD-R/CD-RW

Super Audio CD

1)

Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and evolving, some discs may not be playable depending on the disc type and the version. Also, the audio output differs depending on the source, connected output jack, and selected audio settings.

2)

BD-RE: Ver.2.1

BD-R: Ver.1.1, 1.2, 1.3 including organic pigment type BD-R (LTH type)

BD-Rs recorded on a PC cannot be played if postscripts are recordable.

3)

A CD or DVD disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. For more information, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the recording device.

Discs that cannot be played

• BDs with cartridge

• DVD-RAMs

• HD DVDs

• DVD Audio discs

• PHOTO CDs

• Data part of CD-Extras

• VCDs/Super VCDs

• Audio material side on DualDiscs

Notes on discs

This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.

DualDiscs and some music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies do not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.

Therefore, these discs may not be compatible with this product.

Note on playback operations of a

BD/DVD

Some playback operations of a BD/DVD may be intentionally set by software producers. Since this system plays a BD/DVD according to the disc contents the software producers designed, some playback features may not be available.

Note about double-layer BDs/

DVDs

The playback picture and sound may be momentarily interrupted when the layers switch.

Region code (BD-ROM/DVD

VIDEO only)

Your system has a region code printed on the rear of the unit and will only play a BD-ROM/

DVD VIDEO (playback only) labeled with identical region codes or

ALL

.

Playable Types of Files

Video

7)

File format

MPEG-1 Video/PS

1)5)

MPEG-2 Video/PS,

TS

1)6)

DivX

2)

MPEG4/AVC

1)5)

WMV9

1)5)

AVCHD

5)

Extensions

“.mpg,” “.mpeg,” “.m2ts,”

“.mts”

“.avi,” “.divx”

“.mkv,” “.mp4,” “.m4v,”

“.m2ts,” “.mts”

“.wmv,” “.asf”

3)

Music

File format

MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio

Layer III)

AAC

1)4)5)

WMA9 Standard

1)4)

LPCM

Extensions

“.mp3”

“.m4a”

“.wma”

“.wav”

Photo

7)

File format

JPEG

Extensions

“.jpg,” “.jpeg,” “.jpe”

1)

The system does not play files encoded with DRM.

2)

ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX

®

is a digital video format created by DivX, Inc. This is an official DivX

Certified device that plays DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX video.

ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX

Certified

®

device must be registered in order to play

DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) content. To generate the registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in the device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this code to complete the registration process and learn more about DivX

VOD.

3)

The system plays AVCHD-format files that are recorded via a digital video camera, etc. To watch

AVCHD-format files, the disc with AVCHD-format files on it must be finalized.

4)

The system does not play files encoded with

Lossless, etc.

5)

The system does not play these files via the DLNA function.

6)

The system plays SD resolution only via the DLNA function.

7)

The system does not play these files via the DLNA renderer function.

Note

• Some files may not play depending on the file format, the file encoding, the recording condition, or DLNA server condition.

• Some files edited on a PC may not play.

• The system can recognize the following files or folders in BDs, DVDs, CDs and USB devices:

– up to folders in the 5th tree

– up to 500 files in a single tree

• The system can recognize the following files or folders stored in the DLNA server:

– up to folders in the 20th tree

– up to 999 files in a single tree

• Some USB devices may not work with this system.

• The system can recognize Mass Storage Class (MSC) devices (such as flash memory or an HDD) that are

FAT-compatible and non-partitioned, Still Image

Capture Devices (SICDs), and 101-key keyboards

(front (USB) port only).

• To avoid data corruption or damage to USB memory or other devices, turn the system off before connecting or removing USB memory or other devices.

• The system may not play high bit rate video files from a DATA CD smoothly. It is recommended to play high bit rate video files using a DATA DVD.

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Supported Audio Formats

Audio formats supported by this system are as follows.

Function

Format

LPCM 2ch LPCM 5.1ch,

LPCM 7.1ch

Dolby Digital Dolby

TrueHD,

Dolby Digital

Plus

“BD/DVD”

“HDMI (IN 1)”

“HDMI (IN 2)”

“SAT/CABLE”

“TV”

(DIGITAL IN)

a a a a: Supported format.

–: Unsupported format.

a a

– a a a a

DTS

a a a

DTS-ES

Discrete 6.1,

DTS-ES

Matrix 6.1,

DTS96/24

a

DTS-HD

High

Resolution

Audio

a

DTS-HD

Master

Audio

a

Note

• HDMI (IN 1) and HDMI (IN 2) do not input sound in the case of an audio format that contains copy protections such as Super Audio CD or DVD-Audio.

Video Output Resolution

Output resolution differs depending on the [Output Video Format] setting in [Screen Settings]

(page 59).

Resolution setting

480i/576i

480p/576p

720p

1080i

1080p

When [Output Video Format] is set to

[HDMI]

VIDEO OUT jack

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT jacks

HDMI OUT jack

480i/576i 480i/576i 480i/576i

480i/576i

480i/576i

480i/576i

480i/576i

480p/576p

720p*

1080i*

1080i*

480p/576p

720p

1080i

1080p

When [Output Video Format] is set to

[Component Video]

VIDEO OUT jack

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT jacks

HDMI OUT jack

480i/576i 480i/576i 480i/576i

480i/576i

480i/576i

480p/576p

720p*

480p/576p

720p

480i/576i 1080i* 1080i unselectable unselectable unselectable

* Protected contents on DVDs are output at 480p/576p resolution.

When [Output Video Format] is set to [Video]

480i/576i video signals are output from the VIDEO OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack, and

480p/576p video signals are output from the HDMI OUT jack.

Specifications

Amplifier Section

POWER OUTPUT (rated)

Front L + Front R: 105 W + 105 W (at 3 ohms,

1 kHz, 1% THD)

POWER OUTPUT (reference)

Front L/Front R/Center: 167 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz)

165 W (at 3 ohms, 80 Hz) Subwoofer:

Inputs (Analog)

AUDIO (AUDIO IN) Sensitivity: 450/250 mV

Inputs (Digital)

DIGITAL IN (SAT/CABLE OPT), DIGITAL IN (TV

OPT)

Supported formats: LPCM

2CH (up to 48 kHz), Dolby

Digital, DTS

Video Section

Outputs VIDEO: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms

COMPONENT:

Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms

P

B

/C

B

, P

R

/C

R

: 0.7 Vp-p

75 ohms

HDMI Section

Connector

Video inputs

Type A (19pin)

HDMI (IN 1), HDMI (IN

2):

640 × 480p@60 Hz

720 × [email protected]/60 Hz

720 × [email protected]/60 Hz

1280 × [email protected]/60 Hz

1920 × [email protected]/

60 Hz

1920 × [email protected]/

60 Hz

720 × 576i@50 Hz

720 × 576p@50 Hz

1280 × 720p@50 Hz

1920 × 1080i@50 Hz

1920 × 1080p@50 Hz

1920 × 1080p@24 Hz

BD/DVD/Super Audio CD/CD System

Signal format system PAL/NTSC

USB Section

(USB) port:

Maximum current:

Type A (For connecting

USB memory, memory card reader, digital still camera, and digital video camera)

500 mA

LAN Section

LAN (100) terminal 100BASE-TX Terminal

Tuner Section

System PLL quartz-locked digital synthesizer

FM tuner section

Tuning range 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz

Antenna (aerial)

(50 kHz step)

FM wire antenna (aerial)

Antenna (aerial) terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced

Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz

Speakers

Front/Surround (SS-TSIZ1)

Speaker system 2-Way 2-Driver speaker system, Bass reflex

Speaker unit

Tweeter: 20 mm cone type

Woofer:

Rated impedance

40 mm × 70 mm cone type

3 ohms

Dimensions (approx.)

Front speaker (after assembly):

200 mm × 1,100 mm ×

230 mm (w/h/d) (vertical angle)

200 mm × 1,100 mm ×

255 mm (w/h/d) (upward angle)

Surround speaker (after assembly):

103 mm × 335 mm ×

103 mm (w/h/d) (vertical angle)

103 mm × 356 mm ×

103 mm (w/h/d) (upward angle)

Mass (approx.)

Front speaker (after assembly):

2.9 kg

Surround speaker (after assembly):

0.6 kg

Center (SS-CTB101)

Speaker system

Speaker unit

Rated impedance

Dimensions (approx.)

Mass (approx.)

Full range Acoustic suspension, Magnetically

Shielded

30 mm × 60 mm cone type

3 ohms

290 mm × 49 mm × 49 mm

(w/h/d)

0.28 kg

Subwoofer (SS-WSIZ1)

Speaker system Subwoofer Bass reflex

Speaker unit 180 mm cone type

Rated impedance 3 ohms

77

GB

78

GB

Dimensions (approx.) 275 mm × 405 mm × 275 mm (w/h/d)

7.5 kg Mass (approx.)

General

Power requirements

Power consumption

Dimensions (approx.)

220 V - 240 V AC,

50/60 Hz

On: 110 W

Standby: 0.3 W (at the

Power Saving mode)

430 mm × 83 mm × 355 mm (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts such as the wireless transceiver slot;

430 mm × 83 mm × 384 mm (w/h/d) incl. the wireless transceiver

(EZW-RT10)

5.3 kg Mass (approx.)

Surround amplifier (TA-SA200WR)

Amplifier Section

POWER OUTPUT (rated) 80 W + 80 W (at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD)

POWER OUTPUT (reference)

Rated impedance

167 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz)

3 - 16

Ω

General

Power requirements

Power consumption

220 V - 240 V AC,

50/60 Hz

On: 50 W

Standby power consumption

1 W (standby mode)

Dimensions (approx.)

0.18 W (turned off)

206 mm × 60 mm × 256

Mass (approx.) mm (w/h/d) with the wireless transceiver inserted

1.3 kg

Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT10/EZW-

RT10A)

Communication system S-AIR Specification version 1.0

Frequency band

Modulation method

2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz

DSSS

Power requirements

Dimensions (approx.)

Mass (approx.)

DC 3.3 V, 350 mA

50 mm × 13 mm × 60 mm

(w/h/d)

24 g

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

• Standby power consumption 0.3W (main unit),

0.18W (surround amplifier).

• Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the certain printed wiring boards.

• Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.

Language Code List

The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.

Code Language

1027 Afar

1028 Abkhazian

1032 Afrikaans

1039 Amharic

1044 Arabic

1045 Assamese

1051 Aymara

1052 Azerbaijani

1053 Bashkir

1057 Byelorussian

1059 Bulgarian

1060 Bihari

1061 Bislama

1066 Bengali;

Bangla

1067 Tibetan

1070 Breton

1079 Catalan

1093 Corsican

1097 Czech

1103 Welsh

1105 Danish

1109 German

1130 Bhutani

1142 Greek

1144 English

1145 Esperanto

1149 Spanish

1150 Estonian

1151 Basque

1157 Persian

1165 Finnish

1166 Fiji

1171 Faroese

1174 French

1181 Frisian

Code Language

1183 Irish

1186 Scots Gaelic

1194 Galician

1196 Guarani

1203 Gujarati

1209 Hausa

1217 Hindi

1226 Croatian

1229 Hungarian

1233 Armenian

1235 Interlingua

1239 Interlingue

1245 Inupiak

1248 Indonesian

1253 Icelandic

1254 Italian

1257 Hebrew

1261 Japanese

1269 Yiddish

1283 Javanese

1287 Georgian

1297 Kazakh

1298 Greenlandic

1299 Cambodian

1300 Kannada

1301 Korean

1305 Kashmiri

1307 Kurdish

1311 Kirghiz

1313 Latin

1326 Lingala

1327 Laothian

1332 Lithuanian

1334 Latvian; Lettish

1345 Malagasy

Code Language

1347 Maori

1349 Macedonian

1350 Malayalam

1352 Mongolian

1353 Moldavian

1356 Marathi

1357 Malay

1358 Maltese

1363 Burmese

1365 Nauru

1369 Nepali

1376 Dutch

1379 Norwegian

1393 Occitan

1403 (Afan)Oromo

1408 Oriya

1417 Punjabi

1428 Polish

1435 Pashto; Pushto

1436 Portuguese

1463 Quechua

1481 Rhaeto-

Romance

1482 Kirundi

1483 Romanian

1489 Russian

1491 Kinyarwanda

1495 Sanskrit

1498 Sindhi

1501 Sangho

1502 Serbo-Croatian

1503 Singhalese

1505 Slovak

1506 Slovenian

Parental Control/Area Code List

Code Area

2044 Argentina

2047 Australia

2046 Austria

2057 Belgium

2070 Brazil

2090 Chile

2092 China

2093 Colombia

2115 Denmark

2165 Finland

2174 France

Code Area

2109 Germany

2200 Greece

2219 Hong Kong

2248 India

2238 Indonesia

2239 Ireland

2254 Italy

2276 Japan

2304 Korea

2333 Luxembourg

2363 Malaysia

2362 Mexico

Code Area

2376 Netherlands

2390 New Zealand

2379 Norway

2427 Pakistan

2424 Philippines

2428 Poland

2436 Portugal

2489 Russia

2501 Singapore

2149 Spain

2499 Sweden

2086 Switzerland

Code Language

1507 Samoan

1508 Shona

1509 Somali

1511 Albanian

1512 Serbian

1513 Siswati

1514 Sesotho

1515 Sundanese

1516 Swedish

1517 Swahili

1521 Tamil

1525 Telugu

1527 Tajik

1528 Thai

1529 Tigrinya

1531 Turkmen

1532 Tagalog

1534 Setswana

1535 Tonga

1538 Turkish

1539 Tsonga

1540 Tatar

1543 Twi

1557 Ukrainian

1564 Urdu

1572 Uzbek

1581 Vietnamese

1587 Volapük

1613 Wolof

1632 Xhosa

1665 Yoruba

1684 Chinese

1697 Zulu

1703 Not specified

Code Area

2543 Taiwan

2528 Thailand

2184 United

Kingdom

79

GB

80

GB

Glossary

AVCHD

The AVCHD format is a high-definition digital video camera format used to record SD

(standard definition) or HD (high definition) signals of either the 1080i specification* or the

720p specification** on DVDs, using efficient data compression coding technology. The

MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is adopted to compress video data, and the Dolby Digital or

Linear PCM system is used to compress audio data. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is capable of compressing images at higher efficiency than that of the conventional image compression format. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format enables a high definition (HD) video signal shot on a digital video camera recorder to be recorded on DVD discs in the same way as it would be for a standard definition (SD) television signal.

* A high definition specification that utilizes 1080 effective scanning lines and the interlace format.

** A high definition specification that utilizes 720 effective scanning lines and the progressive format.

BD-J application

The BD-ROM format supports Java for interactive functions.

“BD-J” offers content providers almost unlimited functionality when creating interactive BD-ROM titles.

BD-R

BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) is a recordable, write-once Blu-ray Disc, available in the same capacities as the BD below. Since contents can be recorded and cannot be overwritten, a BD-R can be used to archive valuable data or store and distribute video material.

BD-RE

BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) is a recordable and rewritable Blu-ray Disc, available in the same capacities as the BD below. The re-recordable feature makes extensive editing and time-shifting applications possible.

BD-ROM

BD-ROMs (Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Memory) are commercially produced discs and are available in the same capacities as the BD below. Other than conventional movie and video contents, these discs have enhanced features such as interactive content, menu operations using pop-up menus, selection of subtitle display, and slideshow. Although a BD-ROM may contain any form of data, most BD-ROM discs will contain movies in High Definition format, for playback on Blu-ray Disc/DVD players.

Blu-ray Disc (BD)

A disc format developed for recording/playing high-definition (HD) video (for HDTV, etc.), and for storing large amounts of data. A single layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 25 GB, and a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 50 GB of data.

Digital Cinema Auto Calibration

(D.C.A.C)

Digital Cinema Auto Calibration was developed by Sony to automatically measure and adjust the speaker settings to your listening environment in a short period of time.

Dolby Digital

This movie theater sound format is more advanced than Dolby Surround Pro Logic. In this format, the surround speakers output stereo sound with an expanded frequency range, and a subwoofer channel for deep bass is independently provided. This format is also called “5.1” with the subwoofer channel designed as the 0.1 channel (since it functions only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six channels in this format are recorded separately for superior channel separation. Furthermore, since all the signals are processed digitally, less signal degradation occurs.

Dolby Digital Plus

Developed as an extension to Dolby Digital, the audio coding technology supports 7.1 multichannel surround sound.

Dolby Pro Logic II

Dolby Pro Logic II creates five full-bandwidth output channels from 2 channel sources. This is done using an advanced, high-purity matrix surround decoder that extracts the spatial properties of the original recording without adding any new sounds or tonal colorations.

x Movie mode

The Movie mode is for use with stereo television shows and all programs encoded in Dolby

Surround. The result is enhanced sound field directionality that approaches the quality of discrete 5.1-channel sound.

Dolby Surround Pro Logic

As one method of decoding Dolby Surround,

Dolby Surround Pro Logic produces four channels from 2 channel sound. Compared with the former Dolby Surround system, Dolby

Surround Pro Logic reproduces left-to-right panning more naturally and localizes sounds more precisely. To take full advantage of Dolby

Surround Pro Logic, you should have one pair of surround speakers and a center speaker. The surround speakers output monaural sound.

Dolby TrueHD

Dolby TrueHD is a lossless coding technology that supports up to 8 channels of multi-channel surround sound for the next generation of optical discs. The reproduced sound is true to the original source bit-for-bit.

DTS

Digital audio compression technology developed by DTS, Inc. This technology conforms to 5.1-channel surround. This format includes a stereo rear channel and a discrete subwoofer channel. DTS provides the same 5.1 discrete channels of high quality digital audio.

The good channel separation is realized due to the all channel data being recorded discretely and processed in digitally.

DTS Neo:6

This technology converts 2 channels stereo recorded audio for 7 channels playback. There are two modes to select according to the playback source or your preference, CINEMA for movies, and MUSIC for stereo sources such as music.

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio

Developed as an extension to DTS Digital

Surround format. It supports a maximum sampling frequency of 96 kHz, and 7.1 multichannel surround.

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio has a maximum transmission rate of 6 Mbps, with lossy compression.

DTS-HD Master Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio has a maximum transmission rate of 24.5 Mbps, and uses lossless compression, and DTS-HD Master

Audio corresponds to a maximum sampling frequency of 192 kHz, and maximum of 7.1ch.

HD Digital Cinema Sound (HD-D.C.S.)

HD Digital Cinema Sound (HD-D.C.S.) is

Sony’s new innovative home theater technology using the latest acoustic and digital signal processing technologies. It is based on precise response measurement data of a mastering studio.

With HD-D.C.S., you are able to enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies at home with not only the high quality of sound, but also the best sound ambience, just as the movie’s sound engineer intended in the mastering process.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia

Interface)

HDMI is an interface that supports both video and audio on a single digital connection, allowing you to enjoy high quality digital picture and sound. The HDMI specification supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital

Content Protection), a copy protection technology that incorporates coding technology for digital video signals.

Interlace format

(Interlaced scanning)

The Interlace format is the NTSC standard method for displaying TV images at 30 frames per second. Each frame is scanned twice - alternately between the even numbered scanning lines and then odd numbered scanning lines, at

60 times per second.

LTH (Low to High)

LTH is a recording system that supports organic pigment type BD-R.

81

GB

82

GB

Parental Control

A function of the BD/DVD to limit playback of the disc by the age of the users according to the limitation level in each country. The limitation varies from disc to disc; when it is activated, playback is completely prohibited, violent scenes are skipped or replaced with other scenes and so on.

PhotoTV HD

“PhotoTV HD” allows for highly-detailed pictures, and photo-like expression of subtle textures and colors. By connecting Sony

“PhotoTV HD” compatible devices using an

HDMI cable, a whole new world of photos can be enjoyed in breathtaking Full HD quality. For instance, the delicate texture of the human skin, flowers, sand and waves can now be displayed on a large screen in beautiful photo-like quality.

Pop-up menu

An enhanced menu operation available on BD-

ROMs. The pop-up menu appears when POP

UP/MENU is pressed during playback, and can be operated while playback is in progress.

Progressive format

(sequential scanning)

In contrast to the Interlace format, the progressive format can reproduce 50 - 60 frames per second by reproducing all scanning lines

(525 lines for the NTSC system). The overall picture quality increases and still images, text and horizontal lines appear sharper. This format is compatible with the 525 or 625 progressive format.

S-AIR

(Sony Audio Interactive Radio frequency)

Recent times have seen the rapid spread of BD/

DVD media, digital broadcasting, and other high-quality media.

To ensure that the subtle nuances of these highquality media are transmitted with no deterioration, Sony has developed a technology called “S-AIR” for the radio transmission of digital audio signals with no compression, and has incorporated this technology into the EZW-

RT10/EZW-RT10A/EZW-T100.

This technology transfers digital audio signals with no compression using the 2.4 GHz band range of ISM band (Industrial, Scientific, and

Medical band), such as wireless LANs and

Bluetooth applications.

24p True Cinema

Movies shot with a film camera consist of 24 frames per second.

Since conventional televisions (both CRT and flat panels) display frames either at 1/60 or 1/50 second intervals, the 24 frames do not appear at an even pace.

When connected to a TV with 24p capabilities, the player displays each frame at 1/24 second intervals — the same interval originally shot with the film camera, thus faithfully reproducing the original cinema image.

Index

Numerics

24p True Cinema 82

3D 32

3D Output Setting 59

A

A/V SYNC 38

ARC 20

Attenuate - AUDIO 60

Audio 61

Audio DRC 60

Audio Output 60

Audio Return Channel 20, 63

Audio Settings 60

Auto Calibration 51, 61

Auto Display 63

Auto Standby 63

AVCHD 80

B

BD Audio MIX Setting 60

BD Data Storage Options 61

BD Hybrid Disc Playback

Layer 61

BD Internet Connection 61

BD Parental Control 62

BD Remote Device

Registration 64

BD/DVD Menu 61

BD/DVD Viewing Settings 61

BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p

Output 60

BD-LIVE 32

BD-R 80

BD-RE 80

Blu-ray Disc 80

BONUSVIEW 32

BRAVIA Internet Video 35

C

CD 74

Child Lock 54

Cinema Conversion Mode 59

Connection Server Settings 64

Control for HDMI 49, 63

D

D. C. A. C. (Digital Cinema

Auto Calibration) 51, 80

Dimmer 62

DivX® VOD 63

DLNA 35, 64

Dolby Digital 39, 80

Dolby Digital Plus 80

Dolby Pro Logic II 81

Dolby Surround Pro Logic 81

Dolby TrueHD 81

DTS 39, 81

DTS Neo:6 81

DTS-HD 81

DVD 74

DVD Aspect Ratio 59

DVD Parental Control 62

E

Easy Setup 27, 64

F

FM MODE 42

Front panel 8

Front panel display 9

G

Gracenote Settings 63

H

HDMI

YCbCr/RGB (HDMI) 60

HDMI (High-Definition

Multimedia Interface) 81

HDMI Deep Colour Output 60

I

Initialize Personal Information

64

Interlace format 81

Internet content 35

Internet Settings 64

Internet Video Parental Control

62

Internet Video Unrated 62

IP Content Noise Reduction 37

L

Language Code List 79

Learning Mode 58

LTH 81

M

Multiplex broadcast sound 40

Music Settings 62

N

Network Connection

Diagnostics 64

Network Settings 64

Network Update 59

NIGHT MODE 41

O

OSD 62

Output Video Format 59

P

Parental Control 82

Parental Control Area Code 62

Parental Control Settings 62

Party 35

Party Auto Start 64

Password 62

Pause Mode 60

PhotoTV HD 82

Play information 33

Playable discs 74

Preset Mode 58

Progressive format 82

Q

Quick Start Mode 63

R

RDS 43

Rear panel 10

Region code 74

Registered BD Remote Devices

64

Remote control 12

Remote Controller Setting

Guide 58

Renderer Access Control 64

Renderer Set-up 64

Reset to Factory Default

Settings 64

Resetting 64

S

S-AIR 45, 82

Mode 46

Pairing 47

RF Change 48

S-AIR receiver 45

Standby 46

S-AIR Settings 62

83

GB

84

GB

Screen Format 59

Screen Saver 63

Screen Settings 59

SLEEP 54

Slideshow 38

Sound Effect 61

Speaker Settings 52, 61

Connection 53

Distance 53

Level 53

Subtitle 61

Super Audio CD Playback

Channels 62

Super Audio CD Playback

Layer 62

Surround amplifier 11, 45

System Information 64

SYSTEM MENU 30, 38, 41

T

Test Tone 54

TV Screen Size Setting for 3D

59

TV Type 59

U

Update 58, 59

USB 33

W

WEP 26

WPA2-PSK (AES) 26

WPA2-PSK (TKIP) 26

WPA-PSK (AES) 26

WPA-PSK (TKIP) 26

The software of this system may be updated in the future. To find out details on any available updates, please visit: http://support.sony-europe.com/

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Key Features

  • Blu-Ray player Black
  • 1000 W 7.1 channels
  • Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS Neo:6, DTS-HD
  • 3D Full HD
  • Equalizer
  • FM radio
  • Wi-Fi

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