Sony NSX-24GT1 Flat Panel Television User Manual
Preparation Connection In the Box step Internet TV (1) Size AA batteries (2) Quick Setup Guide Connect the Cable/Satellite Box step When using wired connection, connect the TV and a router with a LAN cable. When using wireless connection, you need to set the Network Setup in the Initial Setup Wizard (on step 6). Keypad (1) Internet TV Connect to a network Connect other devices step Use one of the connection cables illustrated below. Then, place the IR Blaster near the remote sensor of the Cable/Satellite Box. step Connect the AV Receiver and other devices to the TV if necessary. Connect to the power source Plug the TV into the wall outlet. Refer to the Table-Top Stand leaflet (supplied) for directions on how to attach the AC power cord (except NSX-24GT1) and the cable cover. IR Blaster cable (1) AC power cord (1) (except NSX-24GT1) Table-Top Stand (1) Internet TV Internet TV HDMI cable, Component video/ audio cable or Video/audio cable Screws (M5 x 16) (3) (for NSX-32/40/46GT1) Quick Setup Guide (1) LAN cable or Wireless LAN IR Blaster cable Place the IR Blaster so that the infrared transmitter points to the remote sensor of the Cable/Satellite Box. For details on the IR Blaster, see “Help Guide” on the back side. IR Blaster cable Warranty card (1) End User License Agreement (1) Router Router Cable/Satellite Box Optical digital cable Cable/Satellite Box Inserting batteries When connecting the Cable/Satellite Box with an HDMI cable, you can use any HDMI jack on the TV. For details of network connection with the Cable/Satellite Box, see the operating instructions supplied with the Cable/Satellite Box. You can control a Cable/Satellite Box via the Home Network depending on your Cable/Satellite TV provider. For details, see “Help Guide” on the back side. PLEASE READ END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT Printed in U.S.A. © 2010 Sony Corporation Not the actual ratio NSX-24GT1/NSX-32GT1/NSX-40GT1/NSX-46GT1 AV Receiver (on/standby) button step Start Internet TV setup IR Blaster cable Reference Guide (1) Router Press the Internet TV Cable cover (1) Screws (M4 x 10) (3) (for NSX-24GT1) step HDMI cable, Component video/ audio cable or Video/audio cable Follow the directions of the Initial Setup Wizard displayed on the screen. When you skip the Network Setup, only limited functions will be available with the TV. The screen may stay dark for several seconds after the Sony logo disappears. Wait for a while until the Initial Setup Wizard is displayed. It takes about 15 minutes to complete the Initial Setup. Other Devices 4-197-994-13 (1) Blu-ray Disc player/DVD player/Game etc. AA-size (R6) Note If your connection method differs from that shown above, see “Help Guide” (http://esupport.sony.com/internettv/helpguide/). For details on “Help Guide,” see the back side. * This illustration may differ from the actual display. Keypad OPTICAL FINGER SENSOR (OFS) Allows you to control the pointer with just your thumb. To operate the pointer, slide your thumb on the OFS. To click, press down on the OFS. SCROLL Scrolls a page or list. Hold down SCROLL and slide your thumb up and down on the OFS. ZOOM Zooms images. Hold down ZOOM and slide your thumb up and down on the OFS. To drag and drop Hold down SCROLL and ZOOM, and slide your thumb on the OFS. Help Guide Troubleshooting Find out more about the Internet TV Before starting the Initial Setup Wizard Frequently-asked questions (FAQ) Check the following so that the Initial Setup Wizard operations go smoothly. There is no picture (screen is dark). The Help Guide gives you detailed information on how to use the Internet TV as follows: –Basics of the Internet TV –How to use applications –Details on how to use the Keypad –Customizing settings –Software Updates Network connection –Check whether your home network is a wired or wireless connection. When Wireless LAN is used –Check whether the wireless access point device such as a Wireless LAN router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS). If WPS is not supported, you will need to make a connection manually. –Check whether the Push or PIN method is used for WPS. –Check your SSID and Password if setting up the wireless connection manually. * You can use the scroll, zoom, and drag and drop operations only when you are launching compatible applications or browsing web sites. ON/STANDBY (BD/EXT) Turns on the connected device. ON/STANDBY (TV) Turns on the TV. Device control area BACK Returns to the previous display. HOME Displays the HOME menu. The HOME menu is a gateway to various contents. Keyboard area *You can control the AV Receiver with the following keys when you have finished the AV Receiver Setup in the Initial Setup Wizard: (BD/EXT), INPUT, VOL, MUTING WINDOW Switches the window style. MENU Displays menu items according to applications. GUIDE Displays the TV Guide. TV Displays live TV. DVR Displays the DVR (Digital Video Recorder) menu. To launch the Help Guide From your Internet TV Select “Help Guide” from the Applications List. SEARCH Displays the Quick Search Box. Type your interest in the Quick Search Box, and the TV will suggest contents from various media. Account –Check your ID and Password for your Google Account*. * You can create a new account in the Initial Setup Wizard. Cable/Satellite Box –Check the Cable/Satellite TV provider name. IR Blaster Or, press (SEARCH) and type “help” in the Quick Search Box. Help Guide appears in the search results. The network connection is required for accessing the “Help Guide” from the TV. BOOKMARK Bookmarks your favorite content. Video control area AMP* Allows you to control the connected AV Receiver. Keys beside orange markers are active when the AMP indicator is on. From a PC browser –Check the manufacturer name of the device to be connected with the IR Blaster. Make sure that all the connecting cables are securely connected. Make sure that the Power indicator is lit up green. If the Power indicator and Timer indicator on the front side are flashing, check the condition of the TV by examining how the Power indicator and Timer indicator on the front side are flashing (numbers of flashes). For details, access the Help Guide. Check the following to ensure that the Wireless LAN connection can be made. Depending on the surrounding environment, such as the wall material, radio wave receiving condition, or obstacles between this TV and the wireless LAN router, the communication distance may be shortened. Move the TV 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 TV away from such devices, or turn off such devices. NSX-32GT1/NSX-40GT1/NSX-46GT1 REAR A The screen is composed of pixels. Tiny black dots and/or bright dots (pixels) on the screen do not indicate a malfunction. LEFT B NSX-24GT1 FRONT C REAR H E LEFT D FRONT F RIGHT I G The Keypad does not function (cannot be paired with the TV). Operate the Keypad closer to the TV. Make sure that the batteries are inserted correctly. Hold down the Fn and Enter keys following the instructions on the screen until the pairing screen disappears. A/D B/E IR BLASTER Make sure that the LAN router or Wireless LAN router is on. Check the settings of the LAN router or Wireless LAN router. For details, see the operating instructions supplied with the LAN router or Wireless LAN router. Make sure that the LAN cable is connected correctly when using a wired network connection. Check your network environment as noted in “Before connecting with a Wireless LAN” when using a wireless network connection. C F CONNECT Before connecting with a Wireless LAN Parts and controls Tiny black dots and/or bright dots appear on the screen. The TV cannot connect to the Internet. Access the following: http://esupport.sony.com/internettv/helpguide/ Additional Information Press for two seconds or more to pair with the Keypad LAN CABLE/ ANTENNA H/I Headphones HDMI IN 2/3 VIDEO IN/COMPONENT IN/ R-AUDIO-L G When using a video/audio cable, connect the video plug (yellow) to the VIDEO IN (Y) jack. (on/standby)* The TV cannot connect to the Internet after “Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)” is finished. The wireless setting of the router may change automatically if you have used the WPS function before. In this case, change the wireless settings of your PC accordingly. For more information about the Internet TV. Access the Help Guide. Power indicator DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) HDMI IN 1/4 Red: Standby Green: Power on Timer indicator Green: Picture off Orange: Timer Sony Customer Support www.sony.com/internettvsupport (USB) United States 1.800.222.SONY Please Do Not Return the Product to the Store * The TV turns into standby mode when you press this button to turn off the TV.
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