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Color Rear Video
Projector
Operating
Manual
Instructions
de instrucciones
KP-48V45
KP-53V45
KP-61V45
© 1997 by Sony Corporation
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Note on Caption
Vision
This television receiver provides display ot tek,\'i_ioH closed
captioning in accordance with §15.119 of the FCC rules.
Note on CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies
that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding
system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as
practical.
To prevent
fire
expose
unit
the
or shock
to
hazard,
rain
do
not
or moisture.
Use of this television receiver for other than private viewing
of programs broadcast on UHF or VHF or transmitted
by
cable companies for the use of the general public may require
authorization
from the broadcaster,
cable company and/or
program
RISK
Note on convergence adjustment
Before you use your projection TV, make sure to adjust
convergence. For the procedure, see page 17.
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SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK),
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owner.
PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
I his >3 _bol is intended
to dlelt tile ubcr to tile
presence of uninsulated
"dangerous
voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may be of
sufficient
magnitude
to constitute
a risk of
electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance
(servicing) instructions
in the
literature accompanying
the appliance.
CAUTION
To prevent electric shock, do not use this polarized AC plug
with an extension cord, receptacle or other outlet unless the
blades can be fully inserted to prevent blade exposure.
CAUTION
When using TV games, computers, and similar products with
your projection TV, keep the brightness and contrast
functions at low settings. If a fixed (non-moving)
pattern is
left on the screen for long periods of time at a high brightness
or contrast setting, the image can be permanently
imprinted
onto the screen. These types of imprints are not covered by
your warranty because they are the result of misuse.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
inteference with radio communications.
However, there is no
guarantee that
installation.
If
interference to
determined
by
encouraged
to
of the following
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antennas
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
This document is for the remote control
MODELS: KP-48V45 / 53V45 / 61 V45.
Owner's
not
RM-Y901.
Please keep this notice with the instruction
manual.
Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear ot the
projection TV. Record these numbers in the spaces provided
below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony
dealer regarding this product.
Model No.
Serial No.
2-EN
interference will not occur in a particular
this equipment does cause harmful
radio or television reception, which can be
turning the equipment off and on, the user is
try to correct the interference by one or more
measures:
4 Welcome[
4 Precautions
Getting
5
6
16
17
Step
Step
Step
Step
Started
1:
2:
3:
4:
(AUTO
Installing the projection TV
Hookup
Setting up the remote control
Setting up the projection TV automatically
SET UP)
21 Changing
the menu language
Operations
22 Watching
24 Watching
(Twin
the _IV
two programs at one thne---PIP/l'&P
View TM)/CH
INDEX
26
26
27
28
28
29
30
31
32
32
33
33
Freezing the picture (FREEZE)
Adjusting the picture (VIDEO)
Adjusting the color temperature
(TRINITONE)
Selecting the video mode (VIDEO)
Adjusting the sound (AUDIO)
Using audio effect (EFFECT)
Selecting stereo or bilingual programs (MTS)
Setting the speaker switch (SPEAKER)
Setting audio out (AUDIO OUT)
Setting daylight saving time (DAYLIGHT SAVING)
Setting the clock (CURRENT TIME SET)
Setting the timer to turn the projection TV on and
off (ON/OFF TIMER)
34 Customizing
the channel names
(CHANNEL
CAPTION)
35
36
37
38
38
41
Blocking out a channel (CHANNEL BLOCK)
Setting your favorite channels (FAVORITE
Setting video labels (VIDEOLABEL)
Setting Caption Vision (CAPTION VISION)
Operating video equipment
Operating a cable box or DBS receiver
Additional
CHANNEL)
Information
42 Troubleshooting
43 Specifications
44 Index to parts and controls
A6
Index
The captions
in parentheses
indicate
menu
n.m_es.
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Projection
TV. Here
enjoy
your
with
• On-screen
sound,
menus
tuner
to watch
"clues"
recording
•
•
that
realistic
option
system's
TM
tape
About
reading
located
Model
indicated
and super
designed
play
a Sony
S-Link
play
button.
TM
see the supplied
woofer
change
by Sony.
Safety
• Operate the projection
TV only on 120 V AC.
• One blade of the plug is wider than the other for safety
purposes
and will fit into the power outlet only one
way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the
outlet, contact your dealer.
• Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet,
unplug the projection
TV and have it checked by
qualified personnel
before operating
it further.
• Unplug the projection
TV from the wall outlet if you
are not going to use it for several days or more. To
disconnect
the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never
pull the cord itself.
For details concerning safety precautions,
leaflet "IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS."
TV.
on the VCR, and
a
This
(Feature
capable
are for models
and KP-61V45.
this manual,
at the rear
KP-53V45
please
your
of the projection
TV.
is used
Any
Before
check
for illustration
differences
in specifications
you
model
KPstart
number,
purposes
in operation
in the text, for example
The differences
text.
that
series
to automatically
in this manual
KP-53V45,
this manual.
sound
turn
using
menu
I}us plojectlt_l
I V tq._cl ,ires tJJl cxtrenlely
high _ oltagc.
Fo prevent fire or electric shock, please follow the
precautions
below.
Note on cleaning
Clean the cabinet of the projection TV with a dry soft
cloth. To remove dust from the screen, wipe it gently
with a soft cloth using vertical strokes only. Stubborn
stains may be removed
with a cloth slightly dampened
with solution of mild soap and warm water.
Never use
strong solvents such as thinner or benzine for cleaning.
If the picture becomes dark after using the projection
TV
for a long period of time, it may be necessary to clean the
inside of the projection TV. Consult qualified service
personnel.
manual
The instructions
48V45,
to
it to the projection
the VCR's
is originally
this
seems
SAVA
you
mode,
when
audio
in the
of the AUDIO
surround
that allows
available
VCR.)
allows
of the Sony
connect
by just pressing
feature
that
you
image
recaptures
the action
speaker
the TV's input
that
so that
take advantage
S-Link
SYSTEM)
sound
allows
you.
SPEAKER
you
will
quality,
or cable
but masked
lets you
when
that
video
present
process
mode
you
set the picture
(PIP)
or left picture.
RETRIEVAL
all around
SAVA
you
let
TV channel,
originally
happen
of the features
TV:
Picture-in-Picture
to receive
l<ear Video
settings.
another
as a window
• SRS (SOUND
you
are some
projection
and other
• Two
the _olly _olor
in
are clearly
"KP-48V45
are indicated
only."
in the
Instructions in this manual are based on use of the
remote control, You can also use the controls on the
projection TV if they have the same name as those on
the remote control.
Installing
• To prevent internal heat build-up,
do not block the
ventilation
openings.
• Do not install the projection
TV in a hot or humid
place, or in a place subject to excessive
dust or
mechanical
vibration.
• Avoid operating
the projection
TV at temperatures
below 5°C (41°F).
• If the projection
TV is transported
directly from a cold
to a warm location, or if the room temperature
has
changed suddenly,
the picture may be blurred or show
poor color. This is because moisture
has condensed
on
the mirror or lenses inside. If this happens,
let the
moisture
evaporate
before using the projection
TV.
• To obtain the best picture, do not expose the screen to
direct illumination
or direct sunlight.
It is
recommended
to use spot lighting directed down from
the ceiling or to cover the windows
that face the screen
with opaque drapery.
It is desirable
to install the
projection
TV in a room where the floor and walls are
not of reflecting
material. If necessary,
cover them
with dark carpeting
or wall paper.
Getting
Started
Carrying
your
projection
TV
• KP-48V45153V45 only
Be sure to grasp the areas indicated when carrying
projection
the
TV, and to use more than two people.
(Rear of projection W)
For the best p_cture quality, install the projection
within the areas shown below.
Optimum
viewing
area
(Horizontal)
IV
(
)
• KP-61V45 only
Carry your projection
Preparing
TV by the casters.
for your
projection
Before _ou use your projection
TV
TV, adjust convergence.
For the procedure, see "Step 4: Setting up the projection
TV automatically
(AUTO SET UP)" on page 17.
Optimum
viewing
area
(Vertical)
Getting
Started
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Connecting
system
an antenna/cable
without
TV
a VCR
To cable or antenna
(Rear of projection
VHF/UHF
Cable
TV)
To cable box
Although
antenna
you
},ou _all use either
with your
connect
projection
an outdoor
to get better
picture
Connecting
an indoor
or outdool
TV, we recommend
antenna
or a cable
If your cable company requires you to connect
box, make the connection as follows:
_
a cable
(Rear of projection
VHF/UHF
that
TV)
-,,,,
TV system
quality.
an antenna
Cable box
Connect
your
terminal.
directly
below
antenna
cable
to the VHF/UHF
If you cannot
connect
to the terminal,
follow
depending
A
on your
75-ohm
• VHF only
or
• VHF/UHF
or
• Cable
your
antenna
(Rear of projection
AUX
type.
(Rear of projection
VHF/UHF
cable
TV)
Cable box
(Rear of projection
300-ohm
• VHF only
or
• UHF only
or
• VHF/UHF
TO
CONVERTER
twin
lead cable
Antenna
75-ohm
VHF/UHF
Pay cable TV systems use scrambled or encoded signals
requiring a cable box* in addition to the normal cable
connection.
connector
coaxial
cable
* The cable box will be supplied
(Rear of projection
TV)
and
by the cable
company.
Note
• You cannot watch
window
picture.
the signal
through
an AUX connector
as a
__F
EAC-66
--.---_
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To cable and antenna
UtV mixer
(not supplied)
• UHF
300-ohm
twin
CATV cable
lead cable
(Rear of projection
AUX
TV)
TO
CONVERTER
Notes
VHF/UHF
combination
Remove the splitter
• If you use the U/V
picture
VHF/UHF
CATV cable
TV)
• VHF
• Most
TV)
75-ohm coaxial
cable (not supplied)
B
C
To cable box and cable
cable
one of the instructions
cable
coaxial
antenna
when
antennas
have
a signal
splitter.
before attaching
the appropriate
connector.
mixer, snow and noise may appear in the
viewing
cable TV channels
Antenna
over 37.
cable
VHF/UHF
Note
• Do not connect
this case.
6-EN
I Getting
Started
anything
to the TO CONVERTER
connector
in
Connecting
For details
manual.
an antenna/cable
on connection,
Before
making
power
cords
see your
the connection,
After making these ¢om_ections, you will be able to do
the following:
• View the playback of video tapes
• Record one TV program while viewing another
VCR instruction
disconnect
of the equipment
To a conventional
TV system with a VCR
the AC
to be connected.
program
• Watch two TV programs
VCR
at once using PIP
Note
• To connect
a monaural
VCR to AUDIO-L
TV.
Without
VCR, connect
(MONO)
the audio
of VIDEO
output
of the
1/3 IN on the projection
a cable box
(Rear of projection
TV)
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDE03
TV
AUX
I
©1
@
TO
CONVERTER
I
I
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VHF/UHF
VHF/UHF
I
Antenna
cable
_
VCR
VHF/UHF
output
__0o,o v,o_oo0_--I
VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-L (white)
AUDIO-R
_'"__
_
_
[___t_A_tonna
cab,e
iN _
VHF/UHF
input
/
(red) --_
outputs
VMC-810S/820S
(not
_
supplied)
ideo
and audio
L
With
a cable
box
(Rear
of projection
IN
S VIDEO,
TV)
OUT
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3
"rv
MONITOF
AUDIO
(V_,R/FIX)
aux
i
CONVERTER
I
_
V,DED
_'_
_-@
@1
VHF/UHF
I
VHF/UHF
Antenna
cable
VCR
VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-L (white)
AUDIO-R
i_
,_
LINE AUDIO
-VIDEO
•
•
•
_
_
_
OUTI_
1
Video
_'_ VHF/UHF
andaudio
_input
(red) --_
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
1
r_
|
,N I
t
VHF/UHF
output
_
rl_--_
Splitter
Getting
Antenna
cable
(not supplied)
Started
7 -EN
To an
S video
equipped
VCR
If your VCR has an S VIDEO output connector, make
the following connections.
Whenever you connect the cable to the S VIDEO input
connector, the projection TV automatically
receives S
video signals.
Without
a cable box
(Rear
of projection
IN
TV)
VIDEO t
OUT
VIDEO 3
TV
_IONITOF
AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)
AUX
©
TO
CONVERTER
@
VHF/UHF
Antenn_
L_ble
_
VCR
S VIDEO
AUDIO-L (white)
AUDIO-R (red)
-
I OUT AUDIO VIDEO S VIDEO
))_
LINE
i
OUT _]4
__]/_
RK-74A
(not supplied)
1
VHt/UHt
output
E_
IN --
udio
S video
outputs
output
Ante
a Lable
VHF/UHF
input
I
YC-15V/30V
(not supplied)
With a cable box
(Rear of projection
IN
VIDEO 1
TV)
OUT
VIDEO 3
"IV
_ONITOI_
AUDIO
(VAWFIX)
AUX
@
S VIDEO
TO
CONVERTER
@
VHF/UHF
Antenna
cable
VCR
S VIDEO -AUDIO-L (white)
I
AUDIO-R (red)
I _NE
AUDIO
__ VIDEO S VIDEO
h
h
Audi°
outputs
R
OUT_-IIN
[_
Svideo
output
_VHF/UHF
input
RK-74A
(not supplied)
1
I
YC-15V/30V
(not supplied)
_[_:_[___=OUT
Note
• Video signals are composed of Y (luminance) and C (chroma)
signals. The S connection sends the two signals separately
preventing degradation, and gives better picture quality
compared to conventional connections.
8-EN
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Started
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_
_]
_
Splitter
(not supplied)
_ CAa
_lel ' ,,d
Connecting
a DBS
receiver
For details Oll connection,
see the inMruction
the DBS (Digital Broadcasting
To a projection
n_,mual ot
Satellites) receiver.
TV
(Rear of projection
IN
TV)
OUT
VIDEO 1 I VIDEO 3
TV
MONITOR
AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)
S VIDEO
@
Cable
or cable
box
V,DEO
DBS receiver
@ ®
_4
Antenna
AUDIO VIDEO S VIDEO
)__
LINEIN I Satellite
II I1_11 IN
VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-L (white)
AUDIO-R
_
LINE OUT] iapuet n a
(red) --_
/
outputs
Audio
VMC-810S/820S
l
I
output
Video
(not supplied)
L
Note
• You can use the S VIDEO connector
connector
for the video connection.
or the composite
video
Cable or cable
box
DBS receiver
To a projection
TV and VCR
VHF/UHF
[_L
Antenna
OUT )) _
_
--I
LINE INI
Satellite
--_ IN IAUDIO VIDEO SVlDEO
[_
'_
LINEOUTI inputantenna
I
I
outputs
Audio
(Rear of projection
IN
VIDEO 1
l
I
output
Video
TV)
OUT
VIDEO3
TV
_ONITOR
AUDIO
(VAPJFIX)
AU
@1
S VIDEO
@
T(
CONVERTER
J
@1
Audio
inputs
x_
Video
input
VCR
V,OE0
VHF/UHF
I
;VIDEO
LIN_EIN
LINE
/
OUT /
Video
output
AUDIO-L (white)
-AUDIO-R (red)VIDEO
(yellow)
,_
F-type cable
(not supplied)
VMC-810S/820S
(not
supplied)
Getting
Started
Connecting
Use
this
a camcorder
connection
to view
a camcorder
picture.
(Front
of projection
IV)
VIDEO
(yellow)
_
Video and
ud,o outputs
AUDIO-R
(red)
AUDIO-L
(white)
_/nMo
C .s8ulOp_
18(_ S
Notes
• To connect a monaural
camcorder,
connect the audio output of
the camcorder
to AUDIO-L
(MONa)
of VIDEO 2 INPUT on
the projection
TV.
Connecting
When
• To connect a call/c_.)rdel
cHuIppcd with the 5 video OLItJ_)LII.,
connect the S video output of the camcorder
to the S VIDEO
connecting
connector
an audio
audio
of the projection
TV.
system
equipment,
see
28 for
page
more information.
(Rear of projection
IN
VIDEO 1
TV)
OUT
!IDEO 3
TV
MONITOF
I
AUDIO
{VAR/FIX)
AUX
®
S VIDEO
TO
CONVERTER
@- @5@--@
-@-@5@-0 @+@-0©
©
AUDIO OUI-L
(white)
VHF/BHF
RK-74A (not supplied)
1
AUDIO OUT-R
(red)
iJX
d
_
function to line input.
inputVV J_J
Note
• You can adjust the bass, treble, and balance, or select surround
(page 29) or an MTS (Multichannel TV Sound) mode (page 30)
with the supplied remote control.
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Set the amplifier's
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Started
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Stereo amplifier
_
Connecting
two
You can record
This type
connect
VCRs
input
images
of connection
from
line output
tape
displayed
should
the line input
of a second
for
editing
using
MONITOR
OUT
on the screen.
be used
only
when
of one VCR, and
from
you
the
VCR.
(Rear of projection
TV)
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AUDIO
VIDEO
AHF I
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VCR (for playback)
OUT_'_
VCR (for recording)
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VIDEO
i
outputs
_
w
m
AUDIO-L (white)
ideo/audio
-----
inputs
VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-R (red)
v
_
ideo/audio
1
1
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
Notes
• Do not change the input signal
MONITOR
OUT, or the output
while editing through
signal will also change.
• You can use the S video jack to connect a VCR for playback
and the composite
video connector
to connect a VCR for
• When connecting
a single VCR to the projection
TV, do not
connect the MONITOR
OUT to the VCR's line input, while at
the same
time connecting
connectors
to the VCR's
from the projection
line output,
as shown
TV's VIDEO
IN
below.
recording.
(Rear of projection
TV)
DO NOT CONNECT
IN THIS WAY.
Getting
Started
I 11"EN
Connecting
an amplifier
with
Dolby
Pro Logic
decoder
If you use an amplifier with Dolby Pro Logic decoder
instead of the projection TV's audio system, you can
still use the projection TV's center speaker. See
"Setting the speaker switch (SPEAKER)" on page 31.
* Manufactured
under license from Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
Additionally
licensed under
Canadian
patent number
1,037,877. "Dolby,"
the double-D
symbol
and "Pro Logic" are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories
Licensing
[113
Corporation.
(Rear of projection
IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 3
TV
IV)
OUT
MONITOR
AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)
$ VIDEO
CENTERI_PEAKER
G
U IO
30W(NOM}
60W(MAX)
16_
AUDIO
(VARmX)_
OUT L (white)
Y
CENTER SPEAKERIN (_
RK-74A (not supplied)
Amplifier
with Dolby*
Pro Logic decoder
CENTER SPEAKER IN @
,p er
,0eo,or
.ear, I
Front
speaker
(L)
r, t" ar
I
I
I
(R)
Note
• Verify
that the impedance
rating
is compatible
the TV's input.
output
12 "EN
Getting
with
Started
of your
amplifier's
center
_
)
y
AUDIO (VAN/I-I×)
OUT R (red)
Connecting
a Sony
SAVA
series
speaker
system
If you have a Sony SAVA series speaker system, connect
your speakers to the AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT jacks (or
MONITOR OUT jacks) on the rear of the projection TV
with the audio cable supplied with the speakers. You
can take advantage of the speakers' Dolby Pro Logic
surround system and super woofer mode, and control
them with the supplied remote control. When
connecting a Sony SAVA series speaker system, see
page 31 for more information.
(Rear of projection
IN
VIDEO 1 I VIDEO
S VIDEO
TV
TV)
OUT
_IONITOR
AUDIO
(VAR/FtX)
@
VIDEO
TO
CONVERTER
®
-0@
J
S OUT
r
AUDIO (_AR/FIX)
OUT L (white)
2>
SAVA series
speaker
system
AUDIO (VAR/FIX)
OUT R (red)
ui,°
CONTROL
AUX
©
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Audio cord supplied
with the speakers
m
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RK-G34,
etc. (not supplied)
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CONTROL
S IN
Front
left
Getting
Started
I 13 -EN
Using
the
S-Link
function
with
S-Link
capable
Sony
Notes
lhe S-Link feature allows you to operate the projection
TV and VCR with the S-Link function in the following
• The projection
IV ma_ maltu]_ction
cable to the projection
the cable to the VCR,
ways:
* When you press the VCR's play button, the
projection TV's input mode is automatically
changed to video input which is connected, and the
VCR starts playing a tape.
• You can turn off the projection TV and VCR
together using the SYSTEM OFF button
40 for details).
VCRs
• When
making
connectors
it you L_)tULcctthe S-Link
TV without
the S-Link
connecting
connection,
the other
be sure
to insert
end of
all the
firmly.
(see page
(Rear of projection
IN
IDEO
TV)
OUT
VII
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TV
IMONITORI
AUDIO
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CENTER SPEAKEF
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S-LINK VIDEO
1 ---_
_
_
VIDEO
--AUDIO
-AUDIO
(yellow)
R (red)
L (white)
Audio/video
cable
(not supplied)
L
Connecting
other
Sony
equipment
with
This feature allows you to control your projection TV
and other Sony equipment with one remote control.
To control other Sony equipment with the projection
TV's remote control, connect the input of the
equipment
TV.
to CONTROL
S OUT jack on the projection
14 EN
I Getting Started
CONTROL
S jack
(Rear of projection
TV)
IN
VIDEO1 VIDEO3
TV
out
AONITOR AUDIO
(VAR_IX)
SVIOEO
VIDEO
@
@-@-©
@-@-@--@
@-@-@-®
Connecting
Connect
jacks
an AV
all optional
receiver
AV receiver
at the rear of the projection
to tile VIDEO
1 IN
TV.
If your AV receiver has the TV input jacks, connect
them to the TV OUT jacks at the rear of the projection
TV.
t
AUDIO
AUDIO
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
R (red)
k (white)
_
{_
VlDl:O(yellow)---_
I_1 I_1
VlD
Ih
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IDEO
(Rear of
projection
TV)
OUT
TV
_IONITOR
AUDIO
(VAPJFIX)
Monitor
output
S VIDEO
VIDEO
_
video
_
"_
Monitor
output
@
audio
AV receiver
[:1_1
VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO
n
(yellow)
n
n
L (white)
R (red)
TV audio input
_/_
TV video
input
1
VMC-810S/820S
(not supplied)
Getting
Started
'1 5 -EN
I I II
Getting
to know
remote
control
Names
of buttons
in different
Button
I
II
buttons
on the remote
colors
on the
control
to represent
....... TV/VCR/DBS/Cable
(light up)
functions.
box function
buttons. Press the appropriate
function button first to change the
remote control's function.
batteries
Green .................. Buttons relevant
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied)
by,
matching the + and - on the battery to the diagram
inside the battery compartment.
are indicated
the available
color
Transparent
Inserting
rTf
to power operations.
Label color
White .................. TV/VCR/DBS/Cable
buttons.
box operation
Yellow ................. PIP operation buttons.
Blue ..................... DBS operation buttons.
Blue
o
I
Green
Green
• Under
normal
If the remote
conditions,
control
batteries
will last up to six months.
does not operate
properly
indicators
of the buttons on the remote control
the batteries
may be worn out. When replacing
replace both of them with new ones.
• Do not mix old batteries
of batteries
together.
with new
the old batteries
do not light
batteries,
ones or mix different
with new ones.
Oe
O®
or the
To prevent
control
roughly.
Blue --
®®®
®®®
,o®o
I
and
the
• Do not place the remote control in direct
heater, or where the humidity
is high.
16 "EN
Getting
Started
Do not drop
sunlight,
Yellow
Q®®
electrolyte
from leaking, remove the batteries when you don't
plan to use the remote control for a long period of time.
• Do not handle the remote
on it, or let it get wet.
--
_e
®®
C2D C:_ CZ_ _
up,
types
• If the electrolyte
inside the battery should leak, wipe the
contaminated
area of the battery compartment
with a cloth
replace
Transparent
Blue
Notes
it, step
near a
60NY
Blue
3
Press CHANNEL +/- or VOLUME + to select
the on-screen
menu language.
If you prefer Spanish or French to English, you can
change the on-screen menu language.
- CHANNEL +
-
VOLUME
+
F- or
All of the menus will be set to the factory preset
condition in the selected language.
You can set up },t_ur projection 1V ea>ily by using the
AUTO SET UP feature. It presets all the receivable
channels, adjusts the convergence and changes the onscreen menu language. To set up the projection TV
manually, see "Adjusting convergence"
(page 19),
"Setting cable TV on or off" (page 20), "Presetting
channels" (page 21) and "Changing the menu
language" (page 21).
If the projection TV is set to a video input, you cannot
perform AUTO SET UP. Press TV/VIDEO so that a
channel number appears.
(Front
of projection
4
Press VOLUME - to start AUTO SET UP.
- VOLUME +
CONTINUE
AUTO
vEs
NO:
5
TV)
Press CHANNEL + to preset channels.
- CHANNEL +
TIMER/
SETUPTVNIDEO
- VOLUME +
I
- CHANNEL +
POWER
AUTO
STERE0
STAND
BY
PROGRAM
°°°
"AUTO PROGRAM" appears on the screen and the
TV starts scanning and presetting channels
automatically.
When all the receivable channels are
stored, "AUTO PROGRAM" disappears and the
following menu appears. If the projection TV
receives cable TV channels, CABLE is set to ON
Before you start using AUTO SET UP, be sure to
connect the antenna or cable to the projection
TV (see page 6).
1
TO
PROGRAM?
Press POWER to turn the projection
TV on.
automatically.
POWER
CONTINUE
TO
CONVERGENCE?
sNO:
:
To exit AUTO PROGRAM
2
Press SETUP on the front
Press any but ton.
of the projection
TV.
6
AUTO SET UP screen appears.
Adjust
convergence.
(1) Press CHANNEL
+.
The CONVERGENCE
AUTO SET
DEMO :
UP :
[VOL-_
[TVNIDE
[SET UP_ tO exit.
screen
|
- CHANNEL*
Press
adjustment
appears.
LCH+I
G_
,[cH+l
.J
R
Getting
R=Red
G=Green
B=Blue
Started
/ 17
"EN
(2) l'ress 1 V/VIDEO
to >elect RED or BLUE.
TV/VIDEO
CONVERGENCE
Erasing
f[CH+]
[VOL-]
÷ +
or adding
channels
: RED
_[VOL+]
,, [OH-]
RED/BLUE
: TWVlDEO
Ex i t :[SETUP]
After AUTO SET UP, you can erase unnecessary
channels or add the channels you want. Preset channels
during the day rather than late at night, when some
channels may not be broadcasting.
(3) Using CHANNEL +/- or VOLUME +/-, move
the line until it converges with the center green
line.
C_
B
_vo,u.EI
_N. [_ONVERGENCE
-c.,..EL, G÷R
CD
CIB-
_TV
(FUNCTION)
--0-
9 buttons
GD (3D
0000
0000
'ICH+I
B _
C_
C_D (Z)
:RED
(Z)
0
C_) CZ)
e x i t : [SETuH
G+R
--
To move horizontal line up/down,
c::___
press CHANNEL
ENTER
©
4-/-.
MENU
To move vertical line right/left, press VOLUME +/-.
oOD
_CH
(4) Repeat steps (2) and (3) to adjust the other lines
until all three lines converge and are seen as a
white cross.
f[CH+]
I CONVERGENCE
: BLUE
i
-,VOL.,
IJ
_[
White
cross /
,_[CHRED / BLUE : [WtVID_0]
I
Exi t:tSETUPI
+1-
SONY
1
Press TV (FUNCTION).
FUNCTION
Note
TV
• Using the AUX connector,
press TV (black button) first and
make sure that "AUX" is displayed
beside the channel number
on the screen. Then follow the steps 2 to 6 above to perform
AUTO SET UP.
To preview the main functions (DEMO)
Press TV/VIDEO on the projection TV in step 4. The
functions and menus are displayed one by one.
2
Press MENU.
The main menu appears.
MODE
: STANDARD
PICTURE
_lrm_
MENU
_VIDEOHUE
To exit DEMO
Press any button.
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SHARPNESS
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TRINITONE
: HIGH
DMENU
_...
Use
3
Press • or • to select
_,
_i]
[_)
Ext_
and press _.
The SET UP menu appears.
Exit _/
18-EN
Getting
|
Started
4
6
Press t or ) to select CHANNEL ERASE/ADD,
step
and press _.
The CHANNEL
To erase
ERASE/ADD
menu appears.
7
and/or
add
other
channels,
repeat
5.
Press MENU to return
C"%E ERASE,AO0
,'
to the original
screen.
MENU
A_&Nu
Use[O - 9]or {CH+/-]
5
to select
the channel.
Use _]
_
Exit
Notes
• if you erase or add a VHF or UHF channel, the cable ]V
channel with the same number is also erased or added, and
vice versa.
• Erasing and adding channels is also available for the AUX
input.
Erase and/or add channels:
To erase an
unwanted
channel
(1) Make sure the cursor (,) is beside ERASE.
(2) Press CH +/- or the 0 - 9 buttons to select the
channel you want to erase, and press ENTER.
Selected
CH
or
®®®
®®®
@
@
_
channel
number
'; 22u
CHANNEL
_
ERASE/ADD
UoSe[eO_t_,hor[OHn/rel.
@
Use _
(3_
Adjusting
convergence
(CONVERGENCE)
_1
I
Exit _
I
(3) Press CE).
The "-" indication appears beside the channel
number, showing that the channel is erased
from the preset memory.
To add a channel that you want
(1) Press t or !_ to move the cursor (_') to ADD.
(2) Press the 0 - 9 buttons to select the channel you
want to add, and press ENTER.
Selected
channel
correct this, adjust convergence.
You do not have to do this procedure
AUTO SET UP (page 17). Do this procedure
when you want to adjust it manually.
only
1
Press MENU.
2
Press • or 4 to select
3
Press t or 4 to select CONVERGENCE,
press _:.
The CONVERGENCE
_,
and press _.
adjustment
R
and
screen appears.
CONVERGENCE
B
CHANNEL_:2uERASE_ADD
_1
Use _
_
Exit
@I
_
R
(3) Press (2E).
The "+" indication appears beside
number, showing that the channel
if you perform
number
@®®
®®®
®
The projection tube image appears on tile screen in
three layers (red, green and blue). If they do not
converge, the color is poor and the picture blurs. To
the channel
is added to
Exit
_N_
R=Red
G=Green
B=Blue
the preset memory.
Getting
Started
I
19
EN
4
Press t, _, _, or • to move the cursor (1_) to
the symbol showing
adjust, and press 3.
Setting
ICONVERGENC_
]
[use_
+RED : Red vertical and horizontal
down adjustment)
+BLUE :Blue vertical and horizontal
down adjustment)
Press 4,, _, _, or.
converges
E,it,q_
Press MENU.
line (left/right/up/
2
Press • or • to select
3
Set CABLE to ON or OFF:
it
R
CONVERGENCE
B
CHANNEL
ERASE/ADD
CHANNEL CAPTION
CHANNEL
BLOCK
ET UP
FAVORITE
CHANNEL
CABLE : OFF
I _AUTO
PROGRAM
VIDEO LABEL
_LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
Use
4
6
7
Right
Left
*
4.
20"EN
MENU
to return
I Getting Started
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Press MENU to return to the original
NU
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I
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screen.
Note
• If CABLE appears in gray, the projection TV is set to a video
input and you cannot select CABLE. Press TV (black button) so
that a channel number appears.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust the other
lines until all three lines converge and are
seen as a white cross.
Press
I
_CONVERGENCE
Exit
G+R
t
_, and press _.
(1) Press tt or • to move the cursor (I_) to CABLE,
and press __3.
(2) Press tt or 4 to select ON or OFF, and press @.
line, and
press _.
Up
Down
off
You do not have to do this procedure if you perform
AUTO SET UP (page 12). Do this procedure only when
you want to set it manually.
1
with the center green
Press
or
line (left/right/up/
to move the line until
To move
TV on
If you have connected the projection TV to a cable 1V
system, set CABLE to ON (the factory setting). If not,
set CABLE to OFF.
b+RED
+BLUE
_MENU
5
cable
the line you want to
to the
original
screen.
Presetting
channels
You can preset TV channels
PROGRAM
feature.
You do not have
AUTO
easily
by using
to do this procedure
SET UP (page
if you
17). Do this procedure
tile AU10
perform
only when
you
want
to set it manually.
1
Press
MENU.
2
Press t or 4 to select _,
3
Press t or • to select AUTO PROGRAM,
and press _.
and
press _:.
AUTO
PROGRAM
"AUTO PROGRAM" appears on the screen and the
projection TV starts scanning and presetting
channels automatically.
When all the receivable
channels are stored, "AUTO PROGRAM"
disappears
displayed.
4
and the lowest numbered
channel
If you prefer Spanish or French to English, },ou _,_El
change the menu language.
You do not have to do this procedure if you select the
language during AUTO SET UP (page 17).
Do this procedure only when you want to set it
manually.
1
Press MENU.
2
Press • or • to select
3
Press • or • to select LANGUAGE,
_,
and press _.
1
and press
sEtUP
I
CHANNEL
ERASE/ADD
CHANNEL CAPTION
CHANNEL
BLOCK
FAVORITE
CHANNEL
CABLE : ON
AUTO PROGRAM
VIDEO LABEL
is
I_
I_
CONVERGENCE
_ME
NU
Use [_C_
Press MENU to return to the original
I_
I
I
Exit
screen.
4
To exit AUTO PROGRAM
Press any button.
Press tl, or • to select your favorite
language, "ENGLISH",
"ESPA_OL,"
"FRAN_AIS"
and press _.
or
Notes
• If the AUTO
PROGRAM
menu
appears
TV is set to a video input and you cannot
PROGRAM.
Press ANT so that a channel
• Presetting
channels
is also available
in gray,
[_PREFERENCIAS
I_
BORRAR/ANADIR
CANAL
I I ." I NOMBRE DEL CANAL
BLOQDEAR
CANAL
_-t
CANAL FAVORITO
the projection
select AUTO
number
appears.
I_
for the AUX input,
I['_
Iuse
5
Press MENU to return
ETIOUETA DE VIDEO
_,LENGUAJ
: EBPANOL
CONVERJ_ENCIA
NU
_
Exit_
to the original
I
screen.
Note
• Certain parts of the Spanish or French menus remain in
English.
Getting
Started
21-EN
Operations
3
Select the channel you want:
To select
a channel
directly
Press the 0 - 9 buttons, and press ENi ER.
For example, to select channel 10, press 1, 0 and
ENTER.
®®®
®®®q_
To scan through channels
Press CH +/- until the channel
MUIlNG
""
--
TV (POWER)
--
TV (FUNCTION)
you want appears.
OH
TV/VIDEO
DISPLAY
SLEEP d
--
__®®_
®_
-
--0-
--
JUMP
ANT
The channel
ENTER.
9 buttons
can also be selected
without
pressing
ENTER
4
Press VOL +/- to adjust
the
volume.
VOL
VOL +/-
CH +/VOLUME
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Switching
channels
Press TV (POWER) to turn on the projection
TV.
The TIMER/STANDBY
picture
indicator
flashes until the
quickly
between
two
You can use the JUMP button to switch or "jump"
and forth between two channels.
back
appears.
POWER
JUMP
Press JUMP.
Pressing JUMP again switches
If "VIDEO" appears on the screen, press ANT so
that a channel number appears.
one you selected
the channel
back to the
last.
Note
2
Press
TV (FUNCTION).
• You cannot jump
CH +/- buttons.
to channels
Muting
sound
you scanned
through
using
the
FUNCTION
TV
the
Press MUTING.
"MUTING"
appears
on the sere'on.
MUTING
Once you press TV (FUNCTION), the projection TV
function is set unless another function button is
pressed.
To restore the sound, press MUTING
VOL +.
22"EN I Operations
again, or press
ii
i
F i TI I
Displaying
on-screen
information
Watching
until the desired
Press TV/VIDEO repeatedly
video input appears.
Press DISPLAY repeatedly
display appears.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes
follows:
Status display* _
as
VIDEO 1 _
picture
until the desired
VIDEO 2 _
DISPLAY
*
input
Each time you press TV/VIDEO,
as follows:
TV _
XDS ON** _ _ 1 ON***
DISPLAY OFF *_J
a video
the display changes
VIDEO 3
TVNIDEO
Channel number, the current time, channel caption
(if set), and MTS mode (if SAP is selected) are
displayed. SAP indication disappears after three
seconds.
To return to the TV picture, press ANT so that a
channel number appears.
** Some programs are broadcast with XDS (Extended
Data Service) which shows a network name,
program name, program type, program length, call
letters, and time of the show. When you select XDS
with the DISPLAY button, this information
will be
displayed
service.
on the screen if the broadcaster
offers this
Changing
AUX
the
Sleep
to
the
beside
the channel
number.
ANT
Vision.)
To cancel the display, press DISPLAY repeatedly until
"DISPLAY OFF" appears. "DISPLAY OFF" goes off
after three seconds.
Setting
input
Press ANT.
***Some programs are broadcast with Caption Vision.
When you select Caption Vision with the DISPLAY
button, Caption Vision will be displayed on the
screen if the broadcaster
offers this service. (See
Caption
VHF/UHF
input
"AUX" appears
page 38 for selecting
the
Pressing
input.
ANT again switches
back to the VHF/U HF
Timer
The projection TV stays on for the length oi time you
specify and then shuts off automatically.
Press SLEEP repeatedly
until the time (minutes)
you want appears.
Each time you press SLEEP, the time changes
follows:
30 --_ 60 _ 90 _ SLEEP OFF
as
SLEEP
?5
To cancel the Sleep Timer, press SLEEP repeatedly
until "SLEEP OFF" appears, or turn off the projection
TV.
Operations
23 -EN
Displaying
Press
a left
picture
(P&P)
(_1.
Input-source
mode or IV
channel for the left picture
Input-source
the
mode
right picture
or TV chinnel
for
You can watch both the main/right
picttue and a
window/left
picture simultaneously
using the Picturein-Picture (PIP) or the Picture-and-Picture
(Twin
View TM) feature.
Left picture
Right
bicture
INDEX
1 o restore
CH +/-
WAP
labelled
button
AUDIO
labelled
Use the yellow labelled buttons
Displaying
Press
a window
[yellow
button)
for PIP operations.
picture
(PIP)
(_.
picture---_'__
press
PIP OFF.
Changing
the window/left
input mode
picture
Press TVNIDEO
(yellow
or P&P mode to select
button)
mode.
time you press
button),
appear
Main
picture,
Notes
• If the main/right picture is not receiving an image, the
window/left
picture may become a noisy picture.
• The window/left
picture sound is also output from the
AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT jacks when you listen to it.
Each
Input-source
mode or TV
channel for the main picture
the normal
"TV,"
labelled
the input
TV/VIDEO
"VIDEO
(yellow
1," "VIDEO
in PIP
labelled
2," and
"VIDEO
in sequence.
TVNIDEO
w
n--pcture
(1/4 size)
Input-source mode or TV
channel for the window picture
Press (_ repeatedly
to display a smaller
window picture.
Each time you press _, tile size of the window picture
changes as follows: 1/4 size --+ 1/9 size ---+ 1/16 size.
To remove
24
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the window
Operations
picture, press PIP OFF.
A window/left
picture will appear in the same input
mode as the last time you used PIP.
Note
• If you connect your VCR without a cable box, your PIP input
source is a VCR. If you connect your VCR with a cable box,
your PIP input source is a VCR or cable box.
3"
III
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Listening
to the sound
left picture
Press AUDIO
of the
window/
Swapping
the
left pictures
in PIP or P&P mode.
The sound
picture
To restore
The .t display
number.
Each time you press SWAP, the images and sound
from the main/right
and window/left
pictures switch
places with another.
of the window
is received.
r!
the main picture
,
0
sound, press AUDIO again.
moves to the main picture channel
Changing
TV channels
left picture
and window/
Press SWAP in PIP or P&P mode.
The _' display appears above the window/left
picture
for a few seconds, indicating that the window/left
picture sound is being received.
AUDIO
main/right
in the
window/
SWAP
Note
* The channels being received through tlle AUX connector
cannot be displayed as a window picture.
Watching
multiple
time (CH INDEX)
TV channels
You can display all the preset channels
Press CH +/- (yellow
P&P mode.
labelled
button)
in sequence.
in PIP or
1
Press CH INDEX.
The main picture is displayed in the center with a
pink frame and 12 window pictures are displayed
around the main picture.
TV/VTR
+Q
-Q
CH INDEX
_.
(_
Changing
picture
at one
the
position
of the
_
_
_
7i:"
window
Each time you press CH INDEX, the 12 window
pictures will rotate and a new picture will appear.
Press POSITION in PIP mode.
Each time you press POSITION, the window
will move counterclockwise
on the screen.
picture
2
Press _, _, • or _ to move the pink frame to
the channel you want to watch, and press
C_.
The selected
To display
To return
eight
channel appears
favorite
to the normaI
channels,
picture,
on the screen.
press
press
-_._.
PIP OFF.
Operations
I 25-EN
_lhe kRILEZtL feature
down
is usctul
an information
program,
such
a displayed
when
as a recipe
address,
you
want
from
or a phone
to write
a cooking
number.
When watching 1 V programs, you can adjust tile
picture to suit your taste.
You can adjust the picture of video input(s) as well.
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RESET--
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oo/
Press FREEZE.
FREEZE
1
Press
MENU.
2
Press
4, or • to select
_,
and
press
_.
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PICTURE
HUE
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The frozen picture
display mode.
Normal
flour
....
2
•
1/2 _
salt
1/2
butter---1
_
on the current
iUse
3
PIP mode
mode
sugar--.....
differs depending
TRINITONE
DMENU
: HIGH
_]_ (_}_
Exit_
I
I
I
Select the item you want to adjust.
For example:
(1) To adjust the brightness, press t or !_to move
the cursor (_) to BRIGHTNESS.
•
v'°e°
v
MODE : STAN
PICTURE
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wi_lb,_
I
I1_ c&oR ,,.b,-,I
The current
picture
freezes.
P&P mode
The main picture freezes
the window
picture
disappears.
CH INDEX
and
SHARPNESS
IIIIIIM,.,_
TRINITONE
: HIGH
_MENU
Use [_}] _
mode
B_:{_GHTNESS
VIDEO
STANDARD
Both
pictures freeze.
To cancel the frozen picture,
26"EN / Operations
Only the main picture
freezes.
press FREEZE again.
Exit _
4
Adjust the selected item:
(1) Press t, _., $, or * to adjust tile item.
VIDEO
STANDARD
BRIGHTNESS
Mfl|IHIHII_IHI!III_I!II_,
,m_m,.,.,,
(2) Press _.
The new setting appears
in the VIDEO menu.
)MODE
: STANDARD
PICTURE
_V,DEO
HUE
|_
_
_]
COLOR
IIIBRW_"_
I
SHARPNESS
_m
TRINITONE
: HIGH
_MENU
BRIGHTNESS
IIIIDJIN_=
I
Use[_G3
For details on each item, see "Description
adjustable
To adjust other
6
Press MENU to return
o®o
[
_-_-_
_
of
items, repeat steps 3 and 4.
of adjustable
to the original
screen.
items
Press * or • to
Press ._ or _ to
PICTURE
Decrease picture
contrast and give soft
color,
Increase picture
contrast and give
vivid color.
Make picture tones
become purplish,
Make picture tones
become greenish.
Decrease
Increase
color intensity.
Brighten
the picture.
Sharpen
the picture.
COLOR
temperature,
permitting white balance preference
adjustment without affecting skin tones.
Exto I
Item
HUE
the color
il
il
_
,
items" below.
5
Description
lhe 1 RIN l I ONE feature ,omruls
BRIGHTNESSDarken
color intensity.
the picture.
SHARPNESS Soften the picture.
To restore the factory settings
Press RESET after displaying and selecting
menu.
All of the settings
are restored
1
Press MENU.
2
Press t or 4 to select
3
Press tt or • to select TRINITONE and press
_
and press ,_o_.
vDE°
I
MODE : MOVIE
PICTURE
HUE
COLOR
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
[_'TRINITONE
_MENU
: HIGH
Use _]_ _
4
II]RDHliIIIIIIIII
nnalH,,,,.
lil!_"u
IIIIlUlPu.,,
II1_
"ram
I
Ex t _
Press t or • to select NTSC STD, MEDIUM,
J
or
HIGH and press _.
"
the VIDEO
1[_
MODE : MOVIE
PICTURE
HUE
mr,_l..,,,,H.
COLOR
limllN '.''_
BRIGHTNESB
)TRINITONE
_MENU
SHARPNESS
: HIGH
IIIIIIIIl_._m
I
to the factory settings.
Choose
HIGH
To
a cool (bluish) white.
MEDIUM
NTSC STD
a neutral white.
a warm (reddish)
white.
Operations
I 27"EN
J hL'
v]de[_
J_iode
tedtL.
_ allOv_
> )uLI
t_)ChOL)_C
LhR'L'
different modes of picture settings. Choose the one that
best suits the type of program that you want to watch.
You __a_ladjust the Huality ut the 1V suulLd to _uit your
taste. You can adjust the sound of the video input(s) as
well.
0@0
1
Press MENU.
2
Press t or 4 to select _,
3
Press t or 4 to select MODE, and press _.
4
Press t or 4 to select STANDARD,
o_
[I
(311
_
and press _.
MOVIE, or
SPORTS mode, and press _.
1
Press MENU.
2
Press t or • to select
II
AUDIO
J [_,TREBLE
CSLOR _l
SHARPNESS
_"_
TRINITONE
: HIGH
_MENU
i_
Jl_
R,_HTNESB'.--
I Use
I
[_
[_
CZ_
,_, and press _.
)MODE : MOVIE
PICTURE
IlIlllMm
H E
mm4_.m
I_
=
Ilmll_--.
BALANCE
_ml_.
EFFECT
: OFFIall|l_.
BASS
MTS :
STEREO
SPEAKER
: ON
Exit
Use _G_I
J
|
I
Exi _1
I
5
Choose
To
STANDARD
Receive a standard
MOVIE
Receive a finely detailed
SPORTS
Receive a vivid, bright picture.
Press MENU to return to the original
Note
• The settings for these modes can be adjusted
menu.
3
picture.
picture.
Select the item you want
For example:
to adjust.
(1) To adjust bass, press t or • to move the cursor
AUDIO
TREBLE
BASS
screen.
_PEAKEpi
ONExit
in the VIDEO
(2) Press _.
@
28"EN
I Operations
III_u_
BALANCE
_I_,,_,,
EFFECT : OFF
MTS :
STEREO
AUDIO
BASS
I
I
I
4
Adjust the selected
item:
(1) Press t1',_,, I_, or ,_ to adjust tile item.
AUDIO
BASS
mlIIMIIII_IIIIIIIIIIIIIIU,,,,_,
a,.,.. ,,_..,,
(2) Press CE).
The new setting appears
in the AUDIO menu.
AUDIO
l
PBASS
llllllll_=,-m
BALANCE
m=,=_m..,m I
EFFECT : OFF
I
MTS :
STEREO
SPEAKER
: ON
Using
the
_'_ (audio
For details on each item, see "Description
adjustable
VV_!(.)i[::ffi M_!_f
To adjust
6
Press
other
Oe_@
0®®®
of
Q®®
items, repeat
®®®
®®®
.o®o
steps 3 and 4.
(_
MENU
Description
to return
of adjustable
to the
original
Press • or ,4,to
Press t or _ to
TREBLE
Decrease
Increase
response,
BASS
Decrease
response,
BALANCE
Emphasize
speaker's
the treble
response.
the bass
Increase
button_
screen,
items
Item
the treble
TV (FUNCTION)
I
I
items" below.
5
button
--
,oEo,
--i
_NU
Ex,, I
U.i_{.l_
effect)
the bass
ravll
1
Press
2
Press _t_.
TV (FUNCTION).
Each time you press the @button,
changes as follows:
the display.'
response.
the left
volume,
Emphasize
speaker's
To restore the factory settings
Press RESET after displaying and selecting
menu.
All of the settings are restored
the right
SRS _
SIMULATED
volume.
---+EFFECT OFF
I
the AUDIO
to the factory settings.
N ote
• When SPEAKER (page 31) is OFF and AUDIO OUT (page 32)
is in the FIXED condition,
the volume, TREBLE, BASS, and
BALANCE
cannot
be adjusted.
Choose
To
SRS
When the program's audio signal is stereo
or encoded, SRS expands the material
and embraces you with dynamic threedimensional sound.
SIMULATED
Recieve monaural sound with a surrond-like
effect.
EFFECT OFF Cancel audio effect.
Operations
I 29"EN
Using
the
menu
to set
audio
effect
o°®° II
_
1
Press MENU.
2
Press • or 4 to select
3
El _ -
lhe
,_, and press C_).
Multichamlcl
to enjoy stereo
of your choice.
Press 4, or • to select EFFECT, and press _.
IV Sound
(MI5)
ieaturc
allow_
sound or Second Audio
Programs
The initial setting is stereo sound
you
(SAP)
(STEREO).
TREBLE
IRIIl_..,.m
BASS
IIIIR_m._
BALANCE
m,,,A,l_,..m
EFFECT : OFF
MTS :
STEREO
t _AUDIOSPEAKER
: ON
4
Press 4, or 4 to select SRS, SIMULATED
®0
(_)
®
_
Oz__MTS
-
(I)
J I
II
t
or
OFF, and press 3.
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
EFFECT :
MTS :
SPEAKER
Ill/l_u.mm
,m_4_,,m
illl_
SRS
STEREO
: ON
Exit _
5
Press MENU to return to the original
screen.
I
Press MTS repeatedly
MONO.
I
I
to select
STEREO,
SAP, or
STEREO---_SAP--*MONO
T
I
Choose
To
STEREO
Listen to stereo sound.
The STEREO indicator on the projection
T¥ lights up when a stereo broadcast is
received.
SAP
Listen to bilingual programs.
There is no sound when the SAP signal is
not broadcasting.
MONO
Listen to monaural sound.
Reduce noise during stereo broadcasts.
N ote
• Stereo
and SAP sounds
To set MTS
using
are subject
the
to program
sources.
menu
1 Press MENU.
2 Press 4' or 4 to select d', and press _.
3 Press • or 4 to select MTS, and press CE).
4 Press t or _, to select STEREO, SAP, or MONO.
5
30"EN
I Operations
Press MENU to return
to the original
screen.
5 PressMENUto return to the original screen.
Choose
ON
To
Listen to the sound from the
projection TV.
Turn off the projection TV speaker
sound and listen to the projection
TV's sound solely through the audio
system speakers.
Use the projection TV center speakers
as the center speaker in another
surround audio system.
Turn off the projection TV speaker
sound and listen to the projection
TV's sound through the Sony SAVA
series speaker system. You can adjust
volume, muting, surround modes,
and super woofer mode with the
remote control supplied with the
projection TV.
OFF
CENTER
You ma) _witch _tl the projection l V spcakcr_ ;vhen,
for example, you want to listen to the sound through a
stereo system.
SAVA SP
If you connect an amplifier with Dolby Pro Logic
decoder to the CENTER SPEAKER IN terminals, you
can use the projection TV speakers as center speaker.
After making the connection (page 12), set SPEAKER
to CENTER. (Use your amplifier volume control to
adjust the volume level.)
To select surround
sound or super
woofer
mode of the SAVA speaker
system (requires
Sony SAVA
SURROUND SPEAKERS)
If you connect the Sony SAVA series speaker system to
the AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT connectors, you can take
advantage of the speakers' surround sound and super
woofer mode. After making the connections (page 13),
set SPEAKER to SAVA SP, then adjust SURROUND
MODE or SUPER WOOFER MODE.
After setting SPEAKER to SAVA SP, follow the
procedure below.
o°®° II
Press • or _ to select SURROUND
MODE or
SUPER WOOFER MODE, and press _.
For details on each option, refer to the operating
instructions of the speaker system.
1
Press MENU.
2
Press
3
Press • or € to select SPEAKER, and press
t or 4 to select
_UDIO
€, and press
_.
IF_AUD,O
_ _ss
I _
i_
| I_
I _
, [_cf
4
Exit
I
--,---I
BALANCE
m"llll'_U l
EFFECT : SRS
I
I MTS :
STEREO
I
SPEAKER : ON_FFF_WA SP I
I AUDIO OUT : VARIABLE I
SURROUND
MODE
I
[ SUPER
TREBLE WOOFERmmmi""_
MODEl
No
Note
• This feature
operation
is only for Sony SAVA speaker
capability
for KP-48V45,
KP-53V45,
system
with an
and KP-61V45.
I
Press t or 4 to select ON, OFF, CENTER or
SAVA SP, and press
@.
AUDIO
Operations
I 31-EN
You cal_ ch,mgc AUDIO OU 1 to VARIABLE or tIXED
when SPEAKER is set to OFF.
AUDIO OUT is variable
If your ,uea u_us daylight _a\.mg hme, ch,,%c
DAYLIGHT SAVING setting depending
on the sea,_,b
before setting the current time.
when SPEAKER is set to ON.
,_o®o
c:_.e----_-_
_
_
-
_
Daylight sa ving start
]
Ot!
_'!
• After the first Sunday in April, set DAYLIGHT
SAVING to YES. Current time setting (right
column) automatically
moves one hour ahead.
t
II
II
CD
Daylight saving end
"--MENU
• After the last Sunday in October, set DAYLIGHT
SAVING to NO. Current time setting automatically
moves one hour back.
1
Press MENU.
2
Press • or • to select ._, and press _.
3
Press • or • to select AUDIO OUT, and press
o®o
ob
4
EFFECt:
SRS
MTS :
STEREO
SPEAKER : OFF
AUDIO OUT : FIXED
Exit {_
Press • or • to select VARIABLE or FIXED,
AUDIO
TREBLE
BASS
BALANCE
I'
_]
(_
(311
_-1"_
t
MENU
1
Press MENU.
2
Press t or • to select Q, and press _.
3
and press _.
]
c::_ L---_*_
Press t or • to select DAYLIGHT
and press _.
SAVING,
mlm_,_m
DAYLIGHT
CURRENT
MTS :
SAVING YES
TIME SET
_ME.u
....
TIMER
Exit
1
--
--: -AM
Exit {_
_{_ {33
VARIABLE:
Sound
output
varied
according
to the
projection
TV settings.
You can adjust
the volume,
bass, treble, and balance.
FIXED:
Sound output is always
level. The volume,
bass,
are also fixed
4
Press t or • to select YES or NO, and press
I'DAYLIGHT
CURRENT
fixed to a certain
treble, and balance
to the factory
SAVING:NO
TiME
SET
_ME.U
......
J _TIMER
settings.
I
___
[ u_ _ G3
5
Press MENU to return
to the original
To
Note
YES
Set for daylight
saving start.
• If AUDIO
NO
Set for daylight
saving end.
in gray,
set SPEAKER
to OFF.
5
32-EN
Operations
- AM
E,,,_E_ l
screen.
Choose
OUT appears
- -:-
Press
MENU
to return
to the
original
screen.
5ettin 8 the clock
enablc_
on and off with the timer.
saving time first.
you to turn
Make
the projection
You can set the projection IV to turn on and oil at the
time and channel you specify. Make sure the clock is
set correctly. If it is not, set the clock first (left column).
TV
sure to set daylight
o°®° II
o@o
I_
RESET_
1
2
3
Press MENU.
Press • or 4 to select
oll
I
_k-_-_% I I
,
_:_ _'_"_ qDI I
1
Press MENU.
2
Press ) or 4 to select Q, and press _.
(_, and press _.
Press t or 4 to select CURRENT TIME SET,
and press 5.
3
CURRENT
TIME SET
) --- -:_MENU
- AM
Press ) or 4 to select ON/OFF TIMER, and
press _.
ON/OFFTIMER
--:--
Use _
4
Make
(_
Use _1_ G9
I
I
Set the day.
5
Set the current
(_
4
I
TIME SET
SUN 12 : OOAM
_MENU
Use [_
Exit _
J
day of the week and time.
(1) Press ,I,or ,I, to set the day of the week, and press
CURRENT
TIME
SET
Set the time,
[_
Exit
TIME SET
) FRI i2;04
_MENU
Use _]_ _
and enter the ONIOFF TIMER
setting.
(1) Press + or 4 to set the day(s), and press C_J.
Each time you press • or 4, the days cycle as
follows:
EVERY SUN-SAT--+EVERY
MON-FRI--+
SUNDAY--+...---+SATURDAY--+EVERY
SUNDAY--+...--+EVERY
SATURDAY
4
(2) Set the hour and minutes in the same way as in
step (1). When you press CD after setting the
minutes, the clock starts.
CURRENT
Press _
Ex(t
[
FRI 12:00 AM
_MENU
USe _
h CH_.
SUN 12:00 AM
sure the cursor (1_) is to the left of
CURRENT
AM
_MENU
Exit
Exit
SUN
12:00AM_h
-
SAT
CH__
-
.)MENU
L
|
AiM
yioFF
EVERY
Set
the
time
SUN
se _
_
12:00
AM
Exit
(continued)
6
Press
MENU
to return
to the
original
screen.
Operations
I 33"EN
(2) Pres_ t or 4 to set ti_e time (hour then minutes)
that you want to turn on the projection
TV, and
press _.
ON/OFF
TIMER
EVERY
SUN - SAT
12:02 AM -h CH ....
_MENU
Set the duration.
Use [_
(3) Press • or • to set the time duration,
_
SUN 12:00 AM
Exit I_
and press
You can add a caption
Each time you press 1, the time duration
increases by one hour up to a maximum
hours.
feature
are watching.
of six
ON/OFF
12:02AM
TIMER lh
CH ....
the channel
Use _
(4) Press
t or _, to select the channel,
_
SUN 12:00 AM
Exit
ON/OFFTIMER
1
_MENU
Use _1_ (_
The TIMER indicator
5
To set the other
repeat
6
on the projection
program,
You can make
I
identify
your
which
own
--
RESET--
lhis
channel
you
caption.
ENTER
--MENU
1
Press
2
Press • or • to select _, and press _.
MENU.
SUN 12:00 AM
Exit
TV lights up.
press _,
tot up to 12 channels,
to easily
0 - 9 buttons
and press C_.
rEVERY
SUN-SAT
12:02AM
lh CH
you
I
_MENU
Select
allows
and
CONVERGENCE
_NU
3
step 4.
Exit
]
Press • or • to select CHANNEL CAPTION,
and press _.
Press MENU to return to the original
screen.
]C.ANNELOAPT'O
___]
One minute before the projection TV turns off, the
message "TV will turn off soon." is displayed on the
screen.
Use _
4
To cancel the timer
In step 3 or 4, press RESET.
_
Exit
Press _
and press • or • to select the
channel that you want to caption, and
press _.
Note
• If you unplug the projection
the ON/OFF
TIMER setting
time, then set the timer.
TV or a power
will be erased.
interruption
occurs,
Reset the current
CHANNELCAPTION_MEN0125
Selecttheletter.
Use[_G_
34-EN
Operations
Exit_
I
5
Enter the letters
channel:
(up to four) to caption
the
(1) Press tt or 4 to select the first letter.
Each time you press tt or _, the letter changes
follows:
0...9*--_A...Z*-*
&,/,_(blank
as
space)
t
The channel
block teaturc allov,.s }ou to prc\'unt
children from watching
block out two channels.
@
RESET--
Use _
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to caption
channels.
Press
MENU
to return
_'_
_l---
MENU
C_
Exit
to the
1
2
3
MENU.
Press • or • to select _,
and press _.
Press t or 4 to select CHANNEL
press _.
other
original
Press
After you customize
the channel,
the channel
[11/1
BLOCK, and
CHANNEL
BLOCK
_1. . CH--CH_
_MENU
screen.
Select a program.
Use _
appears
You can
CHANNEL
CAPTIONDMENU
ES12-5 I
Selec! the letler
(3) Repeat steps (1) and (2) to select the remaining
letters, and press __9.
7
programs.
®o.__°oll
o°
.
(2) Press _.
6
unsuitable
caption
4
green.
Press • or • to select
press _.
To erase a caption
In step 5, press RESET.
Notes
• If the CHANNEL CAPTION menu appears in gray, the
projection TV is set to a video input, and you cannot select
CHANNEL CAPTION. Press TV (black button) so that a
channel number appears.
• If more than 90 seconds elapse after you press a button, the
menu disappears automatically.
• The channel caption feature is not available for the AUX input.
5
Exit
1 or 2, and
@
@
Press 4, or • to select the channel which
want
6
program
_
you
to block out, and press __D.
Press MENU to return to the original
screen.
When you select the blocked
channel, the message "BLOCKED"
appears on the screen.
2
/
BLOCKED
To cancel a CHANNEL BLOCK setting
In step 4 or 5, press RESET.
Note
• Once you use CHANNEL BLOCK, Caption Vision and XDS of
the blocked channel and the selected channel output from
MONITOR OUT are also blocked out.
Operations3
5 -EN
5
Press
t,
4-, _ or
_ to
channel number,
select
_ tavorite
and press _.
FAVORITE
OHANNLL
MAN
' AUTO
Select a channel.
_
I use_
6
favorite
_--_-_
011
To set the other favorite
that
you
channel,
and
CHANNEL
I
channels,
repeat
8
Press
MENU
to return
to the
original
screen.
t
Notes
• If more
than 90 seconds
the menu
disappears
• The favorite
channel
elapse
after
you press
another
button,
automatically.
feature
is not available
for the AUX input.
Press MENU.
Press t or • to select _, and press <_9.
Selecting
your
favorite
Press t or • to select FAVORITE CHANNEL,
channel
ooo II
and press (:D.
_
_-_-_
Use
4
channel
steps 5 and 6.
II _o_
1
2
3
the
favorite
I
channels
o°®° II
_
to set as your
FAVORITE
7
your
t or • to select
want
press :_.
lhe favorite chmmd teaturc allow> your projection 1V
to memorize your favorite channels easily.
If you set to AUTO, the last eight channels you selected
with the 0 - 9 buttons are automatically
set as your
favorite channels. If you want to input your own
selection of channels, set to MANUAL.
Setting
Press
Ex,,
Press _
MANUAL,
and press,
(_[_(i]_
Exit
1
i
_'--_"-MENU
Press _.
The picture of the current channel is displayed in
the center with a pink frame and the eight favorite
channels are displayed around it.
or * to select AUTO or
and press @.
I
II
-_i
--s 0
_U_
OFAVORITE CHANNEL
I
2
I
If you select AUTO, skip steps 5 to 7.
The last eight channels you selected with the 0 - 9
buttons are automatically
set as your favorite
channels.
2
Press t, _-, • or. to move the pink frame to
the channel you want to watch, and press
The selected channel
If you select MANUAL, the favorite channel
numbers become white, indicating that favorite
channels can be entered.
-40.
appears
on the screen.
flour
....
sugarsalt .....
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butter-
36-EN
Operations
2
- - 1/2
_'_
_l
1/2
--1
5 l
Each time you press • or *, the label changes
follows:
as
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1 _
VHS *--_ 8 mm _
I
BETA
$
DBS *--_ DVD *-_ S VIDEO _
LD
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2 4--_ VHS "-+ 8 mm *--* BETA
I
I
DBS *--_ DVD *-_ S VIDEO _-* LD
lhe video label teaturc allox\ > )ou to label each input
mode so that you can easily identify the connected
equipment. For example, you can label VIDEO 1 as
VHS.
o®o
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 3 *--_ VHS *--_ 8 mm *--* BETA
L--*
I
6
1
Press MENU.
2
Press • or • to select _,
3
Press • or • to select VIDEO LABEL, and
DBS .--_ DVD ,-+ LD A
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to label other
modes.
input
Note
• If more than 90 seconds elapse before you press another
button, the menu disappears automatically.
and press _.
press _.
VIDEO
LABEL
I. VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
I: VIDEO I
2: VIDEO 2
3: VIDEO 3
DMENU
Use _
4
Press • or • to select the input
want
_
Exit I_
mode you
to label, and press _.
VIDEO
LABEL
I
I
_MENU
Use _[_ _
5
[
Exit _
Press • or • to select the label, and press
VIDEO 11 VHS
VIDEO 2: VIDEO 2
VIDEO 3: V_DEO 3
I_ENU
VIDEO
LABEL
Use _}_ _
i_l
Exit
Operations
/ 37"EN
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with
(Zaptiol_
Visioll.
IO
display Caption Vision, select either CC1, CC2, CC3,
CC4, TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3, or TEXT4 from the menu.
CC1, CC2, CC3, or CC4 shows you on-screen version of
the dialogue or sound effects of a program. (The mode
should be set to CC1 for most programs.) TEXT1,
TEXT2, TEXT3, or TEXT4 shows you on-screen
information presented using either half or the whole
screen. It is not usually related to the program.
You L,,_ u_, the >upplied rcm_t_, ct)ntrol to t_pt'ratc
Sony or non-Sony video equipment that has an infrared
remote sensor. For this operation, set the
manufacturer's
code number.
Setting
the
manufacturer's
code
Oc_c9
c_ qD C:__
]
o®o
CZ:) G_
(:_)
VTR/DVD
(FUNCTION)
(_i:)
N
0 0 O0
0 ®® ®
CD
1
2
CD
O0
--0-
9 buttons
Press MENU.
--ENTER
Press t or • to select
_,
and press _.
CAPTION
I_
IUse
TEXT 2
TEXT 3
TEXT
TEXT 4
t
_MENU
_]_ [_D
VISION
CODE SET-Exit
I
3
Press • or 4 to select the caption
type, and
press _.
[]C ,O.V,S,ON
Press the CODE SET, VTR/DVD
(FUNCTION),
0 - 9 buttons
to enter the manufacturer's
number
ENTER.
(see the
For example,
press CODE
and ENTER.
Use _
_
Press MENU to return to the original
Exit
screen.
To display Caption Vision
Press DISPLAY. (See page 23 for details.)
Notes
• Poor reception of TV programs can cause errors in Caption
Vision and XDS.
Captions may appear with a white box or other errors instead
of a certain word.
• XDS, Caption Vision, and the status display cannot be used at
the same time.
• For details on XDS, see page 23.
38"EN
I Operations
on page
39),
then
to operate
a Sony 8 mm
SET, VTR/DVD
(FUNCTION),
FUNCTION
4
chart
÷
and
code
press
VCR,
3, 0, 2,
VCR manufacturer
code
numbers
MDP
manufacturer
code
numbers
Manufacturer
Code number
Manufacturer
Code number
Sony
Aiwa
Audio Dynamic
Bell & Howell (M. Wards)
Brocsonic
Canon
Citizen
Craig
Curtis Mathis
Daewoo
DBX
Dimensia
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
General Electric
Goldstar
Hitachi
Instant Replay
JC Penny
301,302,303
338
314,337
330,343
319
309,308
332
315,302,332
304,338,309
341,312,309
314,336,337
304
319,320,316,317,318
330,334,335,333
338
329,304,309
332
306,304,305
309,308
309,305,304,330,314,
336,337
314,336,337
314,336,332,337
332,305,333,334,330,
335
308,309
314,336,337
332
309,335
305,304
323,324,325,326
325,338,321
314,336,337
309,308
308,309,306,307
305,304
308,309
308,309
308
308,309
304,305,308,309,311,
312,313
309,330,328,335,324,
338
314
315
322,313,321
330,335
312,313,321,335,323,
324,325,326
327,328
315
338,327
308,309,338
338
332
314,336,337
314,336,338,337
309,308
312,311
327,328,335,331,332
330,314,336,337
331
Sony
Kenwood
701
707
Magnavox
Maranz
Mitsubishi
Panasonic
703
702
702
704
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
703
702
702
Sanyo
Sharp
Yamaha
706
705
703
JVC
Kenwood
LXI (Sears)
Magnavox
Marantz
Marta
Memorex
Minolta
Mitsubishi/MGA
Multitech
NEC
Olympic
Panasonic
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Quasar
RCA/PROSCAN
Realistic
Sansui
Singer
Samsung
Sanyo
Scott
Sharp
Shintom
Signature 2000 (M. Wards)
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tashiro
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Toshiba
Wards
Yamaha
Zenith
DVD
manufacturer
code
numbers
Manufacturer
Code number
Sony
751
Notes
• If more than one code number
is listed,
try entering
them
one
by one, until you come to the correct code for your equipment.
• In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate your nonSony video equipment
with the supplied
remote control. This
is because your equipment
may use a code that is not included
with this remote control. In this case, please use the
equipment's
own remote control unit.
• The code numbers
for Sony equipment
factory as follows:
VHS VCR
8 mm VCR
at the
code for the supplied
control)
302
Beta, ED Beta VCRs
• Whenever
301 (preset
remote
are assigned
you remove
303
the batteries
example -- if too much time is taken,
revert to the factory setting and must
--
to replace
then:,
the code number
be reset.
Operations
for
may
I 39"EN
Operating
video
-SYSTEM
OFF --
Video operatingbuttons
Operating
equipment
VTR/DVD
(POWER)
VTR/DVD
3_®e
_®
CZ) C_
an DVD
Buttons
Press VTR (POWER).
To play
Press I1_-.
To stop
Press II.
To pause
Press II.
To resume
To search the picture
forward or backward
Keep pressing _
playback.
To resume normal
button.
(FUNCTION)
®®
C_
on the remote
Fo turn o51or off
normal
control
playback,
or _
press again.
during
playback,
release the
C_
Note
--
0-
9 buttons
• If the video
equipment
corresponding
button
does
not have
on this remote
a certain
control
function,
the
will not operate.
ENTER
Turning
--
a VCR
Buttons
on the remote
To turn on or off
Press VTR (POWER).
To select a channel
directly
Press the 0 - 9 buttons.
To change
Press CH +/-.
channels
To record
Press I1_ while pressing
I1_, then release O.
To play
Press liD.-.
To stop
To fast forward
Press II.
Press I_1_.
To rewind
Press ,q_l.
the tape
control
O. First release
To pause
Press |1.
To resume
To search the picture
forward or backward
Press _
or _41 during playback.
To resume normal playback, release the
button.
To change
Press TV/VTR.
Operating
input
mode
an MDP
Buttons
nor,hal
playback,
on the remote
To turn on or off
Press VTR (POWER).
To play
To stop
Press IP"_.
Press II.
To pause
Press II.
To resume
To search the picture
forward or backward
Keep pressing _
playback.
To resume normal
button.
To search the chapter
forward and backward
40-EN
I Operations
normal
Press CH +/-.
the
system
CH +/-
Use the video operating
buttons on the remote
control to operate the video equipment.
Press VTR (FUNCTION) before operating the
video equipment.
Operating
off
control
playback,
or _
press again.
press again.
during
playback,
release the
You can turn off the projection 'FV and Sony equipment
with the S-Link function, such as a VCR, together
when you make the S-Link connection (see page 14 for
the connection).
Press SYSTEM OFF.
SYSTEM
OFF
Press
DBS/CABLE
(POWER)
to
turn
on
the
cable box or DBS receiver.
DBSICABLE
Use'rith_e cable box/DBS control
4
buttons
to
check if the code number works.
For example, to operate a cable box or DBS receiver,
you can use the DBS/CABLE (POWER), JUMP, CH
+/-, 0 - 9 and ENTER buttons.
You call program the supplied remote control to
operate a cable box or DBS receiver. Follow the
procedures below to set the manufacturer's
code
number in the remote control.
Note
* If the cable box or DBS receiver
function,
the corresponding
does not have a certain
button
on this remote
control
will
not operate.
DBS/CABLE
m
(POWER)
To operate the projection TV
Press TV (FUNCTION).
Then use the projection
control buttons to control the projection TV.
DBS/CABLE
(FUNCTION)
For more details
DBS receiver
0@_0
DISPLAY*
_CD
m0
Refer to the operating
equipment.
- 9 buttons
--GUIDE*
TV/DBS*
• 141_,1._1_
Manufacturer
CH +/-
CODE SET
* The TV/DBS, GUIDE, DISPLAY, t/,I,/,_l,#/(Z),
buttons can be used only with a DBS receiver.
1
and MENU
you want
to set up,
FUNCTION DBS/CABLE
Press the
CODE
and 0 - 9 buttons
manufacturer's
on the
example,
right
to enter
code
(FUNCTION),
Hamlin/Regal
222,223,
Jerrold/G.
201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,
218
(see
column),
then
press
to program
your
remote
the
chart
ENTER.
For
control
ENTER.
FUNCTION
DBS/CABLE
1.
number
224,225,226
Oak
227,228,229
Panasonic
219,220,221
214,215
Atlanta
209,210,211
Tocom
216,217
Zenith
212,213
code numbers
(DBS receiver)
Manufacturer
Code
number
Sony
801 (preset code for the supplied
remote control)
RCA
802
the
number
to operate
a Sony DBS receiver,
press CODE
SET, DBS/CABLE
(FUNCTION),
8, 0, 1, and
CODE SET
(cable box)
Code
Manufacturer
SET, DBSICABLE
=1_1
code numbers
Pioneer
and press DBSICABLE (FUNCTION).
2
that come with the
Manufacturer
Scientific
Turn off the equipment
instructions
*
--MENU*
--
the cable box or
If the remote control doesn't work
• First, try repeating the setup procedures using the other codes
listed for your equipment.
--ENTER
JUMP
on operating
TV
ENTER
'JI-
Notes
• If more
than one code number
is listed,
try entering
them
one
by one until you come to the correct code for your equipment.
• If you enter a new code number,
the code number
you
previously
entered at that setting is erased.
• In some rare cases, your equipment
may use a code that is not
provided
with this remote control and you may not be able to
operate your equipment
with the supplied
remote control. In
this case, use the equipment's
own remote control unit.
• Whenever
you remove
the batteries
example -- if too much time is taken,
revert to the factory setting and must
-- to replace
them,
the code numbers
be reset.
for
may
r
Operations
I 41-EN
Additional
Information
Only
If the problem persists after trying the methods
contact your nearest Sony dealer.
No picture
below,
(screen not lit). no sound
Make sure the power cord is connected
securely.
Operate with the buttons on the projection TV.
Insert the batteries in the remote control with
the correct polarity.
Replace the batteries with new ones if they are
weak.
Check to see if the TV/VIDEO
setting is correct:
when watching TV, set to TV, and when
watching video tapes, set to VIDEO1, 2, or 3.
Try another channel. It could be station trouble.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SETUP
button to return to the factory preset condition.
(page 17)
Poor or no picture (screen
lit), good sound
Adjust PICTURE in the VIDEO menu. (page 26)
Adjust BRIGHTNESS in the VIDEO menu.
(page 26)
,_ Adjust convergence.
(page 19)
,._ Check antenna/cable
connections. (page 6)
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SETUP
button to return to the factory preset condition.
(page 17)
Remove objects from the front of the projection
TV.
snow
Adjust the COLOR in the VIDEO menu. (page
27)
Confirm that black and white program is not
being broadcast.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SETUP
button to return to the factory preset condition.
(page 17)
appear
on the screen
CABLE setting in the SET UI' menu.
antenna/cable
the channel
to change
connections.
is broadcasting
the input
mode.
(page
6)
(page
23)
Dotted
lines or stripes
Adjust the antenna.
Move the projection TV away from noise
sources such as cars, neon signs, and hairdryers.
Double
images or ghosts
Use a highly directional outdoor antenna or a
cable (when the problem is caused by
reflections from nearby mountains
or tall
buildings).
Cannot
operate menu
If the item you want to choose appears in gray,
you cannot select it. Press TV/VIDEO
correctly.
,,_ Check the CABLE setting in the SET UP menu.
(page 20)
Cannot receive upper channels (UHF) when using an
antenna
Make sure CABLE is OFF in the SET UP menu.
(page 20)
Use AUTO PROGRAM to add receivable
channels that are not presently in projection TV
memory. (pages 17, 21)
Cannot receive any channels when using
cable TV
,._ Make sure CABLE is ON in the SET UP menu.
(page 20)
•'_ Use AUTO PROGRAM to add receivable
channels that are not presently in projection TV
memory. (pages 17, 21)
Remote
control does not operate
•_ Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries.
(page 16)
Make sure the projection TV's power cord is
connected securely to the wall outlet.
Press TV (FUNCTION)
when operating your
projection TV.
Are fluorescent lights too close to the projection
TV? Move them at least 3-4 feet away from the
projection TV.
Cannot
gain enough volume when using a cable box
•._ Increase the volume at the cable box. Then press
TV (FUNCTION)
and adjust the projection TV's
volume.
Good picture, no sound
Press MUTING so that "MUTING" disappears
from the screen. (page 22)
Check the MTS setting in the AUDIO menu.
(page 30)
•"_ Make sure SPEAKER is set to ON in the AUDIO
menu. (page 31)
•"_ Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SETUP
button to return to the factory preset condition.
(page 17)
No color
and noise
Check the
(page 20)
Check the
_1_ Make sure
programs.
Press ANT
Projection
function
TV malfunctions
when
using the S-Link
Make sure the projection TV's power cord is
connected securely to the wall outlet.
Check the S-Link connection. (page 14)
The projection
TV needs
to be cleaned
Clean the projection
TV with a soft dry cloth.
Never use stro___g solvents
such as thinner
or
benzine,
which
might damage
the finish of the
cabinet.
42"EN
I
Additional
Information
'IV OU'I
MONITOR
OUI
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p,
75-ohms unbalanced,
sync
negative
AUDIO (phono jacks)
500 mVrms (100% modulation),
Impedance: 10 kilohms
AUDIO (VAR/FIX)
OUT (phono
Projection
system
Picture tube
Projection
lenses
3 picture tube_, 3 len_e_,
horizontal
in-line system
7 inch high-brightness
monochrome
tubes (6.3 raster
size), with optical coupling and
liquid cooling system
High performance, largediameter hybrid lens F1.1
Screen size (measured
Television
system
Speaker
output
Power requirement
120 V, 60 Hz
53 inches
175 W
KP-61V45
61 inches
Standby
American
TV standards
VIDEO
VIDEO
Power
consumption
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p,
75-ohms unbalanced, sync
negative
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500
mVrms (100% modulation)
Impedance : 47 kilohms
VIDEO IN 3
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p,
75-ohms unbalanced,
sync
negative
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500
mVrms (100% modulation)
Impedance: 47 kilohms
mode:
3W
Dimensions(WlH/D)
Mass
KP-48V45
1,106 x 1,337 x 571 mm
(43 5/8 x 52 5/8 x 22 1/2 inches)
70 kg
(154 lbs 5 oz)
KP-53V45
1,218 x 1,413 x 614 mm
(48 x 55 5/8 x 24 1/4 inches)
73 kg
(161 lbs 2 oz)
KP-61V45
1,338 x 1,506 x 642 mm
(52 3/4 x 59 3/8 x 25 3/8 inches)
124 kg
(273 lbs 9 oz)
Supplied
accessories
Remote control RM-Y901 (1)
Size AA (R6) battery (2)
Optional
accessories
U/V mixer EAC-66
Connecting cables RK-74A, VMC-810S/
820S, YC-15V/30V, VMC-720M
IN 1
2 INPUT
S VIDEO (4-pin mini DIN):
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms
unbalanced,
sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal)
75 ohms
(3.9
CENTER SPEAKER IN: 30 W x
1 (NORMAL), 60 W x I (MAX),
16 ohms
KP-53V45
Inputs/output
100 mm
15Wx2
48 inches
75 ohm external antenna
terminal for VHF/UHF
(100% modulation)
5 kilohms
Full range speaker
inches) diameter
KP-48V45
Antenna
coverage
Speaker
diagonally)
VHF: 2 - 13 / UHF: 14 - 69 /
CATV: 1 - 125
Channel
jacks)
900 mVrms
Impedance:
Design and specifications
notice.
are subject to change without
I
RETRIEVAL
(0) ® SRS (SOUND
SYSTEM)
The (0 SRS (SOUND RETRIEVAL
SYSTEM) is
manufactured
by Sony Corporation
under license from
SRS Labs, Inc. It is covered
by U.S. Patent No.
4,748,669.
Other U.S. and foreign patents
pendeing.
_/The word
registered
'SRS' and the SRS symbol
trademarks
(0) are
of SRS Labs, Inc.
Additional
Information
43 -EN
Ibis section brictly describes the buttons and controls
on the projection TV and on the remote control. For
more information, refer to the pages next to each
description.
Projection
TV-
Front
SETUP TVNIOEO
[]
TIMER/STANDBY
indicator
STEREO indicator
(page 30)
(pages 22, 34)
-
VOLUME
[]
POWER switch (page 17)
[]
CHANNEL
44"EN
+/-buttons
- CHANNEL
VOLUME
TV/VIDEO
+
POWER
+/-buttons
button
SETUP button
Remote sensor
[-_
+
[-_
(page 17)
I Additional Information
(page
TWS_
STEREOSTANDBY _ _
(page
(page
17)
17, 18)
17)
S VIDEO/VIDEO
2 INPUT (VIDEO/AUDIO
L(MONO)/R)
jacks (page 10)
Remote control
V 1R/DVD
VTR/DVD
(POWER) _x itch (,pat4,_40) -
DBS/CABLE (POWER) switch
(page 41)
TV (POWER) switch (page 22)
MUTING
button
(page 22)
(FUNCTION)
button
(page 38)
SYSTEM OFF button
(page 40)
CH INDEX button
(page 25)
L][ _.- (_ button
(page 24)
PIP OFF button
(page 24)
(_
(page 24)
FREEZE/*gt_
button
button
(pages 25, 40)
DISPLAY button
(page 23)
SLEEP button
JUMP button
TV/DBS
_
button
11oo
LI®® ®L
II®
,_ button
button
"-------
(pages
button
25, 40)
(page 40)
TV/VIDEO/O
button
(yellow labelled button)
(pages 24, 40)
AUDIO/||
button
(pages 25, 40)
(page 23)
TV/VIDEO
button
(page 23)
(page 22)
ANT button
(page 23)
(page 29, 41)
0 - 9 buttons
(pages 19, 22)
RESET button
VOL (volume)
button
SWAP/P
(pages 26, 40)
TV/VTR CH +/- buttons.
(Yellow labelled button) (page 25)
POSITION/I
DBS/CABLE (FUNCTION)
(page 41)
TV (FUNCTION) button
(pages 18, 22)
ENTER button
(page 27)
+/- buttons
(page 22)
CODE SET button
MTS/GUIDE
(page 19)
button
(pages 30, 41)
Menu operation buttons
MENU button
(page 38)
so
L
;
(page 18)
_,/ 4./ 4 /,_ buttons
(TL) button
CH (channel) +/- buttons
(pages 19, 22)
Additional
Information
I 45-EN
_1_
1 win View _M 24
Video label 37
Video mode
28
Watching
TV 22
XDS
Adjusting
the convergence
19
the picture 26
the sound 28
ANT 23
Antenna
6
Audio effect @ 29
Audio out 32
Auto program
21
Auto set up 17
AV receiver 15
Battery 16
Cable box 6
Cable TV 20
Caption Vision 38
Changing the menu language 21
Channel block 35
Channel caption 34
Current time set 33
Daylight savig time 32
DBS 9, 41
DEMO 18
EFFECT 29
Erase/Add
18
Favorite channel 36
Hookup
with a DBS receiver 9
with a VCR ?
with an antenna 6
with an audio system 10
without a VCR 6
Language
21
MTS (Multichannel
TV Sound) 30
On/off timer 33
P&P (Picture-and-Picture)
24
PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
24
Presetting channels 21
Remote control 16
S-Link 14
SAP (Second Audio Program) 30
SAVA speaker 13, 31
Setting
daylight saving time 32
the clock 33
SIMULATED mode 29
Sleep timer 23
STEREO indicator 30
SRS mode 29
Super woofer mode 31
Surround mode 31
TEXT 38
TIMER/STANDBY
indicator 22, 34
46-EN
[ Additional Information
I
video
23
tapes
23
Names of controls
C_) button 18
(PIP) button 24
GI (P&P)button
24
tt/*/4/*
buttons 18
button 40
0 - 9 buttons 19, 22
ANT button 23
AUDIO button 25
AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OU_I-jacks
13
AUX antenna terminal 6
CHANNEL +/- buttons 17
CH (channel) +/- buttons 19, 22
CH INDEX button 25
CODE SET button 38
CONTROL S OUT jack 13, 14
CONVERTER antenna terminal 6
DBS/CABLE (FUNCTION) button
41
DBS/CABLE (POWER) switch 41
DISPLAY button 23
ENTER button 19
FREEZE button 26
JUMP button 22
MENU button 18
MONITOR OUT jacks 11
MTS/GUIDE button 30, 41
MUTING button 22
PIP OFF button 24
POSITION button 25
POWER switch 17
RESET button 27
SETUP button 17
S VIDEO input connector
8
S VIDEO/VIDEO
2 INPUT (VIDEO/AUDIO
L
(MONO)/R) jacks 10
SLEEP button 23
SWAP button 25
SYSTEM OFF button 40
TV/DBS
q_ button 29, 41
TV (FUNCTION) button 18, 22
TV (POWER) switch 22
TV/VIDEO button 23
TV/VIDEO
button (yellow labelled button) 24
TV/VTR CH +/- buttons (yellow labelled button)
VHF/UHF antenna terminal 6
VIDEO 1 IN jacks 7
VIDEO 2 INPUT jacks 10
VIDEO 3 IN jacks 7
VOLUME +/- buttons 17
VOL (volume) +/- buttons 22
VTR/DVD (FUNCTION) button 38
VTR/DVD (POWER) switch 40
25
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