LCD Digital Color TV

LCD Digital Color TV
For Your Convenience
Online
Reference
Book:
Online
Registration:
To learn more about your unit, visit the
online Reference Book at:
http://www.sony.com/referencebook
Be sure to register your unit.
United States
Canada
http://productregistration.sony.com
http://www.SonyStyle.ca/registration
Software
Updates:
United States
Canada
http://www.sony.com/tvsupport
http://www.sony.ca/support
NOTE: If your unit is connected to the Internet, you can
check for software updates by selecting Settings, Product
Support and then Software Update.
4-159-460-11(1)
Printed in Japan
Operating Instructions
Your unit is capable of receiving software updates. For the
latest information about software updates for your unit, visit:
LCD Digital
Color TV
Sony Customer Support
U.S.A.: www.sony.com/tvsupport
Canada: www.sony.ca/support
KDL-52XBR10
KDL-46XBR10
MBT-WZ5
© 2009 Sony Corporation
United States
1.800.222.SONY
Canada
1.877.899.SONY
Please Do Not Return
the Product to the Store
Owner’s Record
The model, electric ratings, serial numbers and the date of
manufacture are in the following locations:
Monitor: rear of the monitor at the bottom left
Media receiver: on the underside and rear
Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to
them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this
unit.
Monitor
Model Name
Serial No.
Media receiver
Model Name
Serial No.
CAUTION
To prevent electric shock and blade exposure, do not use this
polarized AC plug with an extension cord, receptacle or other outlet
unless the blades can be fully inserted.
❑ Operate the unit only on 120 V AC.
❑ Avoid operating the unit at temperatures below 41°F (5°C).
Wireless Function of the Unit
❑ The picture may be affected depending on the installation
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environment or setup of the monitor and media receiver
(page 20).
It may take time to transmit pictures depending on the types
of signal, fast motion, such as game pictures, etc.
If pictures from a PC or still images are displayed, flickering
or blurring may occur.
This unit can be used only in combination of the supplied
monitor and media receiver.
Do not operate this unit near medical equipment (pacemaker,
etc.), as malfunction of the medical equipment may result.
Although this unit transmits/receives scrambled signals, be
careful of unauthorised interception. We cannot be
responsible for any trouble as a result.
Licensing Information
Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC.
Fergason Patent Properties, LLC:
U.S. Patent No. 5,717,422
U.S. Patent No. 6,816,141
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
In the United States, TV Guide and other related marks are
trademarks of Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its
subsidiaries. In Canada, TV Guide is a registered mark of
Transcontinental Inc., and is used under license by Gemstar-TV
Guide International, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.
The TV Guide On Screen system is manufactured under license
from Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.
The TV Guide On Screen system is protected by one or more of the
following United States patents 6,498,895; 6,850,693; 6,396,546;
5,940,073; 6,239,794 to Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/
or its subsidiaries.
Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its related affiliates are
not in any way liable for the accuracy or availability of the program
schedule information or other data in the TV Guide On Screen
system and cannot guarantee service availability in your area. In no
event shall Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its related
affiliates be liable for any damages in connection with the accuracy
or availability of the program schedule information or other data in
the TV Guide On Screen system.
Blu-ray Disc is a trademark.
“BRAVIA” and
, S-Force, Motionflow, BRAVIA Sync,
and DMex are trademarks or registered marks of Sony Corporation.
“XrossMediaBar” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. “XMB” is a
trademark of Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment
Inc.
“PlayStation” is a registered trademark and “PS3” is a trademark of
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the Digital
Living Network Alliance.
Your BRAVIA TV is ENERGY STAR® qualified
in the “Home” mode.
It meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and
Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR is a joint
program of these government agencies, designed
to promote energy efficient products and practices.
Changes to certain features, settings, and functionalities of this TV
(i.e. TV Guide, Picture/Sound, Light Sensor, Power Savings) can
increase or change the power consumption.
Depending upon such changed settings, the power consumption
may exceed the limits required for the ENERGY STAR
qualification in the “Home” mode.
This manual is for the 46 and 52 inch BRAVIA KDL-XBR10 series models with screen size measured diagonally.
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Contents
Introducing Your BRAVIA® TV
Experiencing Stunning HD with
Your BRAVIA TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
The Four Steps to a Full HD Experience . . . .4
TV Feature Highlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Getting Started
Setting Up Your Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Connecting the AC Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . .7
Using a Wall-Mount Bracket . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Locating Inputs and Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Connecting the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connecting Internet & DLNA Certified™
Networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Connecting Other Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Removing the Terminal Cover for
Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Installing the Unit Against a Wall or
Enclosed Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Securing the Monitor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Establishing the Wireless Communication
Between the Monitor and
Media Receiver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Running Initial Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Operating the TV
Using the Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Remote Control Button Description . . . . . . .23
Unit Controls and Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Programming the Remote Control . . . . . . . . 27
Manufacturer’s Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Using Other Equipment with Your
Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Remote Control Backlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Exploring the XMB™ and TV
Features
Category Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Accessing Photo, Music, and Video
Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
BRAVIA Internet Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Photo, Music, and Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
BRAVIA Internet Widgets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Favorites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
TV Guide On Screen® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Background TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Wide Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
BRAVIA® Sync™ with Control for HDMI. . . . 47
Other Information
How to Care for Your BRAVIA . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Welcome to the World of BRAVIA® HDTV
Thank you for purchasing this Sony BRAVIA® high-definition television. Use the
documentation listed below to get the most out of your unit.
Quick Setup Guide
Safety Booklet
Provides unit setup information,
Provides precautionary
illustrates sample optional
measures to keep you and your
equipment connection diagrams,
unit safe. Read this information
and highlights TV features.
prior to setting up your unit.
Operating Instructions
Reference Book
Provides general unit operation
Offers the most complete unit
information.
operation information available for
your unit and presents advanced
customization details. Access it at
www.sony.com/referencebook.
The unit operation information above has been designed in an eco-friendly
manner to reduce the consumption of natural resources.
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Introducing Your BRAVIA® TV
Experiencing Stunning HD with Your BRAVIA TV
To experience the stunning detail of your new BRAVIA TV, you need access to high-definition
(HD) programming. Your BRAVIA TV can receive and display HD programming from:
•
•
•
•
Over-the-air broadcasting via HD-quality antenna
HD cable subscription
HD satellite subscription
Blu-ray Disc™ player or other HD compatible external equipment
Contact your cable, satellite or HD service provider for information on upgrading to HD
programming.
The Four Steps to a Full HD Experience
Set, Source, Sound, and Setup
Along with your BRAVIA TV set, a complete HD system requires a source of HD
programming, an HD sound system, and a proper connection setup. Refer to the Quick
Setup Guide, enclosed separately, for connecting other optional equipment.
You can enjoy crisp, clear images, smooth
movement, and high-impact visuals from
1080 HD signals as shown here.
When you compare a high-definition signal to
a standard definition signal, you will notice a
big difference in picture quality. If black bars
appear as shown here, press WIDE on the
remote control to fill the screen.
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TV Feature Highlights
Introducing Your BRAVIA® TV
Your BRAVIA TV is equipped with the latest in TV technology.
➢ Broadband Internet Connectivity: BRAVIA Internet
Video brings videos, movies and much more from the
Internet to your unit (page 35). BRAVIA Internet Widgets
allow you to access local weather, news, and much more.
Displayed here is Widgets (page 39).
➢ Digital Media Accessibility: Use the Photo, Music, and
Video Category icons to access photo, music, and video
files from DLNA CertifiedTM networked equipment or Sony
USB equipment. Displayed here is Photo USB (page 36).
Photo
DSC02991
Fri 5/25/2007 12:06 PM
JPG
DSC00140.JPG
DSC00141.JPG
➢ Central Location for Your Favorite Items: The
Favorites feature centralizes your favorite BRAVIA
Internet Video and Widgets items, Photo, Music, Video
content, TV channels, External Inputs, and Background
TV themes for quick and easy access (page 41).
➢ Channel Programming Information: TV Guide On
Screen® provides TV programming information (page 42).
➢ TV Home Menu: XMBTM (XrossMediaBar) unit menu
provides you access to unit settings, photo, music, video,
TV channel listings, and more (page 32).
Product Support
Preferences
Settings
Picture & Display
Sound
Channels & Inputs
Network
TV
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Getting Started
Setting Up Your Monitor
This monitor is packaged with a detached Table-Top Stand so you can mount your monitor to a
wall right away. If you are not mounting the monitor to a wall, you will need to attach the TableTop Stand. You will need a Phillips screwdriver and the supplied screws to complete the task. Look
for the attachment instructions provided with the unit.
Be sure to consider the following while setting up your monitor:
• Disconnect all cables when carrying the monitor.
• Carry the monitor with the adequate number of people; larger size monitors require two or
more people.
• Correct hand placement while carrying the monitor is very important for safety and to avoid
damage.
• Ensure your monitor has adequate ventilation, see page 17.
• For best picture quality, do not expose the screen to direct illumination or sunlight.
• Avoid installing the monitor in a room with reflective wall and floor materials.
• Avoid moving the monitor from a cold area to a warm area. Sudden room temperature changes
may cause moisture condensation. This may cause the monitor to show poor picture and/or
poor color. Should this occur, allow moisture to evaporate completely before powering the
monitor on.
• Read the supplied Safety Booklet for additional safety information.
• When cable connection is completed, be sure to secure the monitor to a stable surface or mount it
to a wall. The designated Sony wall-mount bracket model and TV stand model name(s) are
available under the “Other Information” section of Operating Instructions. For details on securing
the monitor, see page 18.
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Connecting the AC Power Cord
Make sure all connections are set before connecting the AC power cord.
Monitor
Connect the supplied AC power cord to the
monitor.
2
Attach the stand cover.
Getting Started
1
Do not pinch the AC power cord.
3
Attach the terminal cover.
4
Media receiver
AC power cord (supplied)
7
Using a Wall-Mount Bracket
All models can be mounted to a wall using the Wall-Mount Bracket (not supplied) out of the box
as packaged.
Prepare the monitor for the Wall-Mount Bracket before making cable connections.
Sony strongly recommends that you use the Wall-Mount Bracket model designed for your
monitor (see page 49) and that wall-mounting of your monitor should be performed by a
Sony dealer or licensed contractor.
• Follow the instruction guide provided with the Wall-Mount Bracket for your model. You
may also need to refer to the online Reference Book for additional information for your
unit model. Sufficient expertise is required in installing this monitor, especially to
determine the strength of the wall for withstanding the monitor’s weight.
• Be sure to use the screws supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket when attaching the
mounting hooks to the monitor. (Do not use the screws that are intended for the Table-Top
Stand attachment.)
The supplied M6 screws are designed so that they are 8 mm to 12 mm in length when
measured from the attaching surface of the mounting hook.
Use of screws other than those supplied with the bracket may result in internal damage to
the monitor or cause it to fall, etc.
When attaching to the Wall-Mount Bracket
8-12 mm
Spacer (black)
Screw M6 × 16 (supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket)
Mounting Hook
Rear of the monitor
When attaching to the Floor Stand
8-12 mm
Spacer (silver)
Screw M6 × 20 (supplied with the monitor)
Mounting Hook
Rear of the monitor
• Be sure to store the unused screws and Table-Top Stand in a safe place until you are ready
to attach the Table-Top Stand. Keep the screws away from small children. When you are
using the Table-Top Stand, be sure to read page 19.
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Locating Inputs and Outputs
Front of media receiver
2
1
3
4
VIDEO 2 IN
2 IN
SERVICE ONLY
VIDEO
Rear of media receiver
5
6
1
7
8
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
L (MONO) -AUDIO-R
9
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
Y
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
0
qa
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
qs
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
IN
PC IN
qd
1
LAN
qf
Rear of monitor
3
5
• An HDMI or Component video (YPBPR) connection is required to view 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i
and 1080p video formats. The 1080/24p video format is available only with HDMI connection.
This unit displays all video input signals in a resolution of 1,920 dots × 1,080 lines.
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Item
Description
3 SERVICE ONLY
4 VIDEO 2 IN
L (MONO)AUDIO-R
5 AC IN
6 VIDEO IN 1/
COMPONENT
IN 1 (1080p/
1080i/720p/
480p/480i)/
R-AUDIO-L
This port is for service only.
Connects to the composite video and audio output ports on your A/V equipment.
If you have mono equipment, connect its audio output port to the media receiver’s
L (MONO) audio input port.
Connects to your power source. Connect the supplied power cord to AC IN and the
nearest wall outlet.
This input port can be used as composite video input (VIDEO 1) or as component
video input (COMPONENT 1). For composite use, connect the yellow jack to Y for
video and use audio (L/R) for audio signals. For component connection, use Y, PB,
PR for video signals and also connect the audio (L/R) for audio signals.
By default, this unit will automatically detect and switch between VIDEO 1 and
COMPONENT 1. To manually set the input type, press HOME, select Settings,
then Channels & Inputs, then select Video/Component 1 Selection.
7 AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
R-AUDIO-L
Connects to the left and right audio input jacks of your analog audio equipment. You
can use these outputs to listen to your unit’s audio through your stereo system.
8 PC IN
(RGB/AUDIO)
Connects to a personal computer’s video and audio output connector. Can also be
connected to other analog RGB equipment.
For some Apple Macintosh computers, it may be necessary to use an adapter (not
supplied). If an adapter is used, connect the adapter to the computer before
connecting the HD15-HD15 cable.
You may need to adjust the unit settings or your PC’s resolution and timing (see
page 14).
This jack is for receiving the external control signal.
9 REMOTE
0 CABLE/
ANTENNA
RF input that connects to your cable or over-the-air antenna.
qa COMPONENT
IN 2
qs DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT (OPTICAL)
qd DMex/SERVICE
Component video provides better picture quality than the composite video.
Audio connection is required for the COMPONENT IN ports, connect audio (L/R).
qf LAN
Connects to the optical audio input of digital audio equipment that is PCM/Dolby*
Digital compatible.
This USB port is only for service unless you are connecting an optional BRAVIA
Link module (DMex).
Connects to an existing network using an Ethernet cable. Be sure to complete
Network Setup (page 21).
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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Getting Started
1 HDMI IN 1/2/3/4 HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) provides an uncompressed, alldigital audio/video interface between this unit and any HDMI-equipped audio/video
AUDIO IN
equipment, such as a set-top box, DVD player, and A/V receiver. HDMI supports
R-AUDIO-L
enhanced, or high-definition video, plus digital audio. Be sure to use only an HDMI
cable that bears the HDMI logo.
Use the HDMI IN 1 port when connecting DVI equipment with a DVI-to-HDMI
cable or adapter (not supplied). Equipment using a DVI connection also requires an
additional audio connection using an audio cable connected to AUDIO (L/R).
2 USB
Connects to USB equipment to access photo, music, and video files.
Connecting the Unit
Cable System or VHF/UHF Antenna System
You can enjoy high-definition and standard-definition digital programming (if available in your
area) along with standard-definition analog programming.
This unit is capable of receiving unscrambled digital programming for both cable (QAM and
8VSB) and external VHF/UHF antenna (ATSC).
Cable or VHF/UHF (or VHF only)
75-ohm coaxial cable
Rear of media receiver
CABLE/
ANTENNA
• It is strongly recommended that you connect the CABLE/ANTENNA input using a 75-ohm
coaxial cable to receive optimum picture quality. A 300-ohm twin lead cable can easily be affected
by radio frequency interference, resulting in signal degradation.
Cable System and VHF/UHF Antenna System
Use an optional A-B RF switch (not
A-B RF Switch
supplied) to switch between the cable
A
Cable
and over-the-air antenna programming,
as shown here.
B
Antenna
Set the Cable/Antenna setting found
under the Settings on the XMB™ to
Cable or Antenna for the type of input signal you choose.
Rear of
media
receiver
CABLE/
ANTENNA
HD Cable Box/HD Satellite Box
You can enjoy high-definition programming by subscribing to a high-definition service or a highdefinition satellite service. For the best possible picture, make sure you connect this equipment to
your media receiver via the HDMI or component video (with audio) input located on the rear of the
media receiver.
Shown with HDMI Connection
CATV/Satellite antenna cable
Rear of media receiver
1
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
HD cable box/
HD satellite box
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
Y
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
PC IN
IN
LAN
HDMI cable
12
Shown with DVI Connection
AUDIO-L (white)
AUDIO-R (red)
Rear of media receiver
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
Audio cable
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
Y
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
REMOTE
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
DMex/
SERVICE
3
4
RGB
IN
PC IN
LAN
HD cable box/
HD satellite box
DVI-to-HDMI cable
• If your equipment has a DVI output and not an HDMI output, connect the DVI output to the
HDMI IN 1 (with DVI-to-HDMI cable or adapter) and connect the audio output to the AUDIO
IN (L/R) of HDMI IN 1.
Shown with Component Connection
CATV/Satellite antenna cable
Rear of media receiver
1
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
AUDIO-R (red)
AUDIO-L (white)
PR (red)
PB (blue)
Y (green)
HD cable box/
HD satellite box
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
Y
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
PC IN
IN
LAN
Component video cable
Audio cable
(Continued) 13
Getting Started
1
CATV/
Satellite
antenna
cable
Shown with PC connection
Use this unit as a monitor for your PC by connecting an HD15-HD15 cable connection as shown
below.
This unit can also be connected to a PC with a DVI or HDMI output. (Refer to the supplied Quick
Setup Guide.)
Rear of media receiver
1
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
Y
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
IN
PC IN
LAN
HD15-HD15 cable (analog RGB)
Audio cable (stereo mini plugs)
PC Input Signal Reference Chart
After connecting the PC to the unit, set the output signal from your PC according to the supported
resolutions and timings indicated below.
Supported resolutions
Signal
Horizontal
(Pixel)
×
Vertical
(Line)
Horizontal
frequency (kHz)
Vertical
frequency (Hz)
Standard
VGA
640
×
480
31.5
60
VGA
SVGA
800
×
600
37.9
60
VESA Guidelines
XGA
1,024
×
768
48.4
60
VESA Guidelines
WXGA
1,280
×
768
47.4
60
VESA
1,280
×
768
47.8
60
VESA
1,360
×
768
47.7
60
VESA
SXGA
1,280
×
1,024
64.0
60
VESA
HDTV*
1,920
×
1,080
67.5
60
CEA-861*
~
• This unit’s PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync.
• This unit’s PC VGA input does not support interlaced signals.
• For the best picture quality, it is recommended to use the signals in the above chart. In plug and play, signals
with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be detected automatically. (PC reboot may be necessary.)
* The 1080p timing when applied to the HDMI input will be treated as a video timing and not PC timing. This
affects Picture settings and Wide Mode settings. To view PC content set Scene Select to Graphics,
Wide Mode to Full, and Display Area to Full Pixel.
• Connect the PC IN jack to the PC using an HD15-HD15 cable with ferrite core (analog RGB) and
audio cable (see page 11).
• The unit enters the standby mode automatically when the PC is connected to the unit and no signal
has been output from the PC for more than 30 seconds, see the online Reference Book for details.
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Connecting Internet & DLNA Certified™ Networks
Connect an Ethernet cable from your home network to the LAN input of your unit to enjoy
BRAVIA Internet features and/or connect to DLNA Certified™ media servers, see page 36 to
learn more about these features.
Sample Network Connection Diagram
Internet
Getting Started
Internet Features
• BRAVIA Internet Video
• BRAVIA Internet Widgets
Modem
E
RN
RNET
TER
NT
INTE
ER
WER
POW
DLNA Certified™ Media
Player or Sony USB
Equipment Features
• Photo
• Music
• Video
Router
RT 1
OR
PO
PORT
PORT
2
PORT
3
PORT
4
ER
WER
POW
DLNA Certified™ Media Server
or
Wireless
Bridge
1
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
Renderer-compatible
Device
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
Y
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
PC IN
IN
LAN
• For more information about compatible wireless bridges, visit https://internet.sony.tv
• Refer to your DLNA Certified equipment’s operating instructions for setup and connection
information.
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Connecting Other Equipment
CABLE/
ANTENNA
Digital audio Analog audio
equipment
equipment
(A/V Receiver/Home Theater)
Digital
recorder
1
R AUDIO L
VIDEO IN
1
CABLE/
ANTENNA
Personal
computer
1
AUDIO OUT
(VAR/FIX)
AUDIO
R AUDIO L
AUDIO IN
2
R AUDIO L
PR
PB
COMPONENT IN
(1080p/1080i/720p/480p/480i)
Y
(OPTICAL)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
DMex/
SERVICE
REMOTE
3
4
RGB
IN
PC IN
LAN
Blu-ray
Disc Player/
“PS3”
Rear of media receiver
DVD
player
Digital
satellite
receiver
Front of media receiver
Digital
cable box
Audio
system
VIDEO 2 IN
2 IN
SERVICE ONLY
USB
VIDEO
L (MONO) -AUDIO-R
VCR/
Game system/
Camcorder
• Refer to the Quick Setup Guide (supplied) when connecting other equipment to your unit.
16
Removing the Terminal Cover for Monitor
2
Getting Started
1
Installing the Unit Against a Wall or Enclosed Area
Make sure that your unit has adequate ventilation. Allow enough space around the unit as shown
below. Avoid operating the unit at temperatures below 41 °F (5 °C).
Monitor
Installed on the wall
Installed with stand
11 7/ 8 inches
(30 cm)
11 7 /8 inches
(30 cm)
4 inches
(10 cm)
2 3 /8 inches
4 inches
(10 cm)
4 inches
(10 cm)
(6 cm)
4 inches
(10 cm)
4 inches (10 cm)
Leave at least
this much space
around the set.
Leave at least this much space around the set.
Never install the monitor as follows:
Air circulation is blocked.
Air circulation is blocked.
Wall
Wall
Media receiver
Top
2 inches
(5 cm)
Front
2 inches
(5 cm)
2 inches
(5 cm)
2 inches
(5 cm)
2 inches
(5 cm)
Leave at least this much space around the set.
• Inadequate ventilation can lead to overheating of the unit and may cause unit damage or cause a fire.
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Securing the Monitor
Sony strongly recommends taking measures to prevent the monitor from toppling over.
Unsecured monitors may topple and result in property damage, serious bodily injury or
even death.
Preventing the Monitor from Toppling
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
Secure the monitor to a wall and/or stand.
Do not allow children to play or climb on furniture and monitor.
Avoid placing or hanging items on the monitor.
Never install the monitor on:
• slippery, unstable and/or uneven surfaces.
• furniture that can easily be used as steps, such as a chest of drawers.
Install the monitor where it cannot be pulled, pushed, or knocked over.
Route all AC power cords and connecting cables so that they are not accessible to curious
children.
Recommended Measures to Secure the Monitor
Consider the following measures when securing your monitor to a TV stand (not supplied).
1 Secure the stand for the monitor.
Make sure the TV stand can adequately support the weight of the monitor. Use two angle
braces (not supplied) to secure the stand.
For each angle brace use the appropriate hardware to:
• attach one side of the angle brace to the wall stud.
• attach the other side to the TV stand.
Angle brace
Stand
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2 Secure the monitor to the stand.
M4 × 12
machine
screw
Screw
Screw hole on the Table-Top Stand
3 Anchor the monitor to the wall.
Remove two screws from the top-most wall-mount holes.
Use the hardware listed below (not supplied):
• Two M6 × 8 mm anchor bolts (screw into the top-most wall-mount holes located on the rear
of the monitor).
• Rope or chain (attach to one M6 anchor bolt).
• Wall-anchor (attach to the wall stud) strong enough to support the weight of the monitor
(pass the rope through the wall-anchor, then attach to the other M6 anchor bolt).
Anchor bolts
Wallanchor
Wallmount
holes
Rope
or
chain
• Contact Sony Customer Support to obtain the optional Support Belt Kit by providing your monitor
model name.
For United States call: 1-800-488-7669 or visit: www.sony.com/accessories
For Canada call: 1-877-899-7669
• Measure 2 provides minimal protection against the monitor toppling over. For further protection,
follow all three measures recommended above.
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Getting Started
Use the optional hardware listed below (not supplied):
• M4 × 12 machine screw (screwed into the monitor’s Table-Top Stand).
• A screw or similar (attach it to the TV stand).
• Rope or chain (strong enough to support the weight of the monitor). Make sure that there is
no excess slack in the rope or chain.
An alternative way to secure the monitor is with an optional Sony Support Belt Kit.
Establishing the Wireless Communication Between the
Monitor and Media Receiver
1 Press either POWER on the unit or TV POWER on the remote control to turn on the unit
power.
POWER button
POWER
Media receiver
POWER button
ER
POW
Monitor
2 Check the LINK indicator on the media receiver.
If wireless communication between the media receiver and monitor is established, this
indicator lights up.
LINK
LINK indicator
• Refer to the supplied Quick Setup Guide for the communication range of this unit.
• The monitor and media receiver should be placed in the same room.
• Install the media receiver between 20 inches (50 cm) and 33 feet (10 m) away from the monitor.
• Make sure that no objects are blocking the path between the monitor and media receiver. Otherwise
the picture quality may be affected.
• Rearrange the installation position of the monitor and media receiver in case of fuzzy picture.
• Do not place media receiver in a metallic rack.
• Do not use two or more units at the same time in an area of radio interference.
• When the screen does not display properly, check if the Link Level in the Settings/Product
Support/Contact Sony screen is Medium or High.
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Running Initial Setup
BRAVIA INTERNET
Initial Setup
Welcome! Please select a language.
¡Bienvenido! Seleccione el idioma.
Bienvenue! Sélectionner la langue.
English
Español
Getting Started
The Initial Setup screen appears when you turn on the
unit for the first time.
1 Complete your cable connections before proceeding
with the Initial Setup (refer to the Quick Setup
Guide and the online Reference Book for additional
information).
2 Use the following remote control buttons to navigate
through the Initial Setup.
Français
Continue
Choose
RETURN
V/v button: Allows you to highlight options where applicable.
button: Allows you to select the highlighted option.
B button: Allows you to move back to the previous screen,
where applicable.
b button: Allows you to move to the next screen, where applicable.
3 Select the language for the on-screen display (OSD) text.
4 Select your viewing environment. Home mode sets the monitor display to settings optimized
5
6
7
8
9
for home viewing (this setting is ENERGY STAR compliant). Retail mode changes the
display settings to a default more appropriate for a store environment.
Select how your monitor is positioned.
Select your country and enter your ZIP or Postal code.
Set the clock to the current date and time.
Select Continue to scan for available channels and enable the TV Guide On Screen®
feature. If you receive channels from a cable box or satellite receiver and do not wish to use
the unit’s built-in tuner, select Skip. Selecting Skip will disable the TV Guide On Screen
feature, which is only available when the unit’s tuner is used.
To benefit from the network features included on this unit, connect to your existing home
network (see page 15). Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Network Setup, or
select Skip to complete it at a later time (optional). Refer to the online Reference Book for
more details.
Initial Setup is complete. You can now begin using your new unit.
• Enabling the TV Guide On Screen feature will increase the amount of time the unit is in
Download Acquisition Mode (DAM); see page 50 and 51.
• For more information on TV Guide On Screen, see page 42.
• If the language that you selected in the Language setting is available from the broadcaster as an
Alternate Audio language, your unit will automatically switch to the matching language with the
Alternate Audio feature. To change the audio settings, access the Alternate Audio menu by
pressing OPTIONS on the remote control when an alternate audio stream is available from the
broadcaster. Alternate Audio is only available for digital programs (see the online Reference Book).
• To complete Network Setup at a later time, access the XMB™ and select the Network icon on the
Settings menu. Then select Network Setup.
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Operating the TV
Using the Remote Control
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control
Insert two size AA batteries (supplied) by
matching e and E on the batteries to the
diagram inside the battery compartment of
the remote control.
Guidelines for Remote Control
• Point your remote control directly at the IR sensor
located on your monitor.
• Make sure that no objects are blocking the path
between the remote control and the IR sensor on your
monitor.
• Fluorescent lamps can interfere with your remote
control; try turning off the fluorescent lamps.
• If you are having problems with the remote control,
reinsert or replace your batteries and make sure that
they are correctly inserted.
• When controlling other equipment connected to the
media receiver, point the remote control directly at the
equipment to control.
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Push to
open
Remote Control Button Description
1
2
3
DISPLAY LIGHT POWER TV POWER
DVD
AMP
STB
FUNCTION
Description
1 DISPLAY
Press once to display information about the
channel/program/input you are viewing. The
information will time out in a few seconds or press
again to exit. You can change the display preference,
press HOME and go to Preferences to set Info
Banner to Small, Medium or Large.
Press to light up the remote control buttons. See
page 31 for additional information on the remote
control backlight.
The FUNCTION button indicator lights up momentarily
when pressed to show which external equipment the
remote control is operating. These buttons can be
programmed to operate external equipment. You must
first press one of these FUNCTION buttons to operate
the corresponding equipment. See page 27 for
“Programming the Remote Control”.
The buttons listed below can operate video equipment
programmed to the DVD, AMP, or STB FUNCTION
buttons of the remote control. When the TV
FUNCTION button is selected, the buttons can also be
used to control the connected equipment with the
Control for HDMI function (not available on all
Control for HDMI equipment).
Some other buttons on the remote control may also
operate BRAVIA® SyncTM equipment.
. PREV: Press to replay the current program from
the previous chapter mark (if any) or from the
beginning of the live TV cache.
< REPLAY: Press to replay the current program for
a set period of time.
ADVANCE: Press to advance forward a set period
of time when playing back a recorded program.
> NEXT: Press to advance forward to the next
chapter mark (if any) or to live TV when playing back
a recorded program.
m (fast reverse): Press to play a program in fast
rewind mode.
N PLAY: Press to play a program at a normal speed.
M (fast forward): Press to play a program in fast
forward mode.
X PAUSE: Press to pause playback.
x STOP: Press to stop playback.
SYNC MENU: Press once to display the Sync’d HDMI
Devices (while a Control for HDMI device is not
selected). Select the HDMI device and then press SYNC
MENU to display the menu of connected equipment (not
available on all Control for HDMI equipment).
THEATER: Press to turn on and off the Theater
Mode. The picture settings will be set for a cinema-like
experience and the audio will be switched to the audio
output of the attached speakers of your BRAVIA Sync
audio system. Your BRAVIA Sync audio system must
be connected by an HDMI connection to your unit (see
page 47 for details).
TV
PREV REPLAY ADVANCE NEXT
PLAY
4
SYNC MENU
PAUSE
THEATER SCENE
STOP
CC
WIDGETS
VIDEO
2 LIGHT
WIDE
BRAVIA INTERNET
3 FUNCTION
Buttons
4 SYNC
MENU
VOL
CH
MUTING
REC
JUMP
REC PAUSE REC STOP
z
F1
F2
YELLOW BLUE
RED
GREEN
~
• The 5, PLAY and CH +
buttons have a tactile
dot. Use them as a
reference when
operating the unit.
z
<
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
(Continued) 23
Operating the TV
Button
DISPLAY LIGHT POWER TV POWER
DVD
AMP
STB
FUNCTION
ql
w;
TV
PREV REPLAY ADVANCE NEXT
PLAY
SYNC MENU
PAUSE
THEATER SCENE
5
6
7
8
STOP
CC
WIDE
WIDGETS
VIDEO
BRAVIA INTERNET
9
q;
qa
qs
VOL
CH
MUTING
JUMP
qd
qf
qg
qh
qj
qk
REC
REC PAUSE REC STOP
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
F1
F2
YELLOW BLUE
RED
GREEN
wa
Button
Description
5 SCENE
Press to select the best picture and sound settings for
the particular type of content you are viewing.
Press to display the XMB™ with highlight on the most
recently viewed Internet content provider (see
page 35).
6 BRAVIA
INTERNET
VIDEO
7 FAVORITES Press to display Favorites menu. Press again to exit
from the Favorites menu (see page 41).
8 GUIDE
Press to open the TV Guide On Screen. Press again
to exit the Guide (see page 42).
9 RETURN
Press to go back to the previous screen or exit from the
screen when displaying menu items and settings.
0 HOME
Press to display TV Home Menu/XMB™ to access
unit Settings and other media and network related
content (see page 32).
qa 0-9 ENT
Press 0-9 to select a channel; the channel changes after
two seconds. Press ENT to change channels
immediately.
qs
Use with 0-9 and ENT to select digital channels.
For example, to enter 2.1, press 2 ,
, 1 and ENT.
qd MUTING
Press to mute the sound. Press again or press VOL + to
restore the sound.
qf VOL +/–
Press to adjust the volume.
qg DVR/VCR
Record
Buttons
qh BD/DVD
TOP MENU
qj BD/DVD
MENU
z REC: Press to start recording.
X REC PAUSE: Press to pause recording.
x REC STOP: Press to stop recording.
Press to display the top menu of the BD/DVD disc.
Press to display the BD/DVD disc menu.
~
For more information, refer to the operating manual of
the connected equipment.
To use with Sony Blu-ray Disc player (BD), see
page 31.
qk YELLOW,
BLUE,
RED,
GREEN
ql TV POWER Press to turn on and off the unit.
w; POWER
wa WIDE
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Press to turn on and off the external equipment selected
by FUNCTION buttons.
Press repeatedly to cycle through the available Wide
Mode settings (see page 45).
DISPLAY LIGHT POWER TV POWER
DVD
AMP
STB
FUNCTION
PLAY
PAUSE
THEATER SCENE
WIDE
WIDGETS
VIDEO
BRAVIA INTERNET
ws
wd
wg V/v/B/b
wh OPTIONS
wf
wg
wh
wj JUMP
JUMP
wk CH +/–
VOL
wl F1/F2
CH
MUTING
JUMP
wj
wk
REC
JUMP
Press to scan through channels. To scan quickly
through channels, press and hold down either +/–.
Press to select the function of connected components.
For details, see page 30 “Using Other Equipment with
Your Remote Control”.
REC PAUSE REC STOP
BD/DVD
TOP MENU MENU
F1
F2
YELLOW BLUE
RED
GREEN
wl
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Operating the TV
Press to turn Closed Captions (CC) on, off, or
automatically display CC when sound is muted.
Press to display the BRAVIA Internet Widgets. While
the BRAVIA Internet Widgets are displayed on the
screen, press again to remove the Widgets from the
screen (see page 39).
Press to display the list of inputs. Press repeatedly to
toggle through the inputs (see page 44).
Press V/v/B/b to move focus/highlight. Press
to
select/confirm an item.
Press to display a list of convenient functions and menu
shortcuts. The Options menu items vary based on
current input and/or content.
Press to jump back and forth between two channels or
inputs. The unit alternates between the current channel
or input and the last channel or input that was selected.
wf INPUT
STOP
CC
Description
ws CC
wd BRAVIA
INTERNET
WIDGETS
TV
PREV REPLAY ADVANCE NEXT
SYNC MENU
Button
Unit Controls and Indicators
Monitor
1
3
2
5
6
4
7
8
9
q;
Media receiver
9
POWER
STANDBY
PIC OFF / TIMER
LINK
3
3
1
qa
Item
Description
1 PIC OFF/
TIMER
indicator
2 HD SIGNAL
indicator
3 POWER/
STANDBY
indicator
Lights up in orange when the Timer or Sleep Timer is set. Lights up and/or blinks
in orange during a software upgrade.
Lights up in green when the Power Saving is set to Picture Off.
4 Light Sensor
(IR) Infrared
Receiver
5 HOME
6
INPUT
Lights up when the unit receives HD signal including up converted signals.
Lights up in red when your unit is in PC power saving mode or during the software
upgrade. Lights up in green when the unit is turned on. If the LED blinks in red
continuously, this may indicate that the unit needs servicing (see Sony Customer
Support information on the front cover).
Senses room light level and adjusts the screen brightness accordingly. Do not put anything
near the sensor or the nearby general area (as shown above), as its function may be affected.
Receives IR signals from the remote control. Do not block this area, as it may
interfere with remote control operation.
Press to display TV Home Menu/XMB™ to access unit Settings and other media
and network related content.
Press to display the list of inputs or confirm your selection. Press repeatedly to toggle
through the inputs.
~
7 – VOLUME +
• Inputs can be changed by pressing V/v and
while the list of external inputs is displayed.
• See page 44 for information about setting up the external inputs labels.
In the MENU screen, this button serves to confirm the selection or setting.
Press to adjust the volume. In the MENU screen, these buttons serve as left/right buttons.
8 – CHANNEL + Press to scan through channels. To scan quickly through channels, press and hold
down either +/–. In the MENU screen, these buttons serve as up/down buttons.
9 POWER
Press to turn on and off the unit.
0 Speaker
Outputs audio signal.
qa LINK indicator Lights up when the wireless connection between the media receiver and monitor is stable.
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Programming the Remote Control
The remote control can be programmed to operate other equipment and is pre-programmed to
operate the following Sony equipment.
Function Button
Sony Equipment Code Number
DVD
DVD Player
31033
AMP
Receiver
52172
STB
Digital Satellite
01639
Programming Other Equipment
DVD
AMP
STB
FUNCTION
TV
2
PREV REPLAY ADVANCE NEXT
PLAY
SYNC MENU
PAUSE
THEATER SCENE
STOP
CC
WIDE
WIDGETS
VIDEO
BRAVIA INTERNET
2
4
3
VOL
Follow the steps below to program your unit remote control.
1 Find the code that corresponds to your equipment from page 28. If more
than one code is provided, try programming the first code listed.
2 Press and hold DVD, AMP or STB simultaneously with the INPUT button
and release. When in the programming mode, the FUNCTION button blinks
for approximately 30 seconds until a code is entered.
3 Enter the five digit code using 0-9 while the FUNCTION button is lit. If the
code is not entered within 30 seconds, you must repeat step 2.
4 Press
or ENT to confirm the code. If successfully programmed, the
FUNCTION button blinks twice; if not, it blinks five times.
CH
~
• Any of the FUNCTION buttons can be programmed to operate other equipment regardless of the labeling.
For example, DVD can be programmed to operate a Blu-ray Disc player.
Confirm the Programming
If you can turn your equipment on and off using the green POWER button, the programming is
complete. If not, try the next code listed.
~
• In some cases, you may not be able to program your remote control. If this is the case, use your equipment’s
own remote control.
27
Operating the TV
DISPLAY LIGHT POWER TV POWER
Manufacturer’s Code List
If your equipment’s code is not listed, visit http://esupport.sony.com/remotecodes for a
more comprehensive list.
Sony Equipment
Codes
Sony
Equipment
A/V Receiver
Blu-ray Disc Player
Cable –Digital
DVD A/V System
DVD Changers
DVD Player
DVD/HDD
Combo Player
DVD/VCR
Combo Player
DVR /HDD Player
Satellite
VCR
Programmable
Code Number
52172
41516, 42178, 42180
02177
51622, 51558, 51658,
51858
31633
31033, 31069, 31070
31033, 31069, 31070
30864
22181, 22182, 22183
01639
21232, 21546, 22184
Other Manufacturer
Equipment Codes
HD Blu-ray Disc Players
Manufacturer
LG
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Samsung
Code
40741
41641
42084
40142
40199
DVD Player
Manufacturer
Coby
Cyberhome
GPX
JVC
Koss
Memorex
28
Code
30778, 30852, 31077,
31086, 31107, 31165,
31177, 31351, 31628
30816, 30874, 31023,
31024, 31117, 31129,
31502, 31537
30699, 30769
30558, 30623, 30867,
31164, 31550, 31602
30651, 30769, 30896,
31061, 31423
30695, 30831, 31270
Manufacturer
Panasonic
Philips
RCA
Samsung
Sylvania
Toshiba
Code
30490, 30503, 30571,
30703, 31762
30503, 30539, 30646,
30675, 31267, 31354,
32056
30522, 30571, 30717,
30790, 30822, 31022
30490, 30573, 30744,
31044, 31075, 31470
30675, 31268
30503, 30539, 30573,
30695, 31154, 31503,
31588, 31608, 31854
VCR’s
Manufacturer
Daewoo
JVC
Panasonic
Philips
Sylvania
DVD Changers
Manufacturer
Sylvania
Techwood
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
Code
30675
30692
30503, 31154
30497, 30545
30741
DVD Recorder
Manufacturer
Cyberhome
JVC
LG
Lite-On
Panasonic
Philips
Samsung
Sylvania
Toshiba
Code
31129, 31502
31164
30741
31158, 31416, 31440
30490
30646
30490, 31470
30675
31588
DVD/VCR Combo Units
Manufacturer
JVC
Broksonic
Panasonic
Toshiba
Zenith
Code
30867, 31164, 31550,
31602
30695, 31419
31762
30503, 31854
30741, 30869
Code
20037, 20045, 20046,
20278, 21137
20041, 20067, 21162
20000, 20035, 20162,
20225, 20226, 20614,
20616, 21062, 21162,
21262
20000, 20035, 20045,
20048, 20081, 20162,
20209, 20616, 20618,
20739, 21081, 21181
20000, 20035, 20043,
20081, 20593, 21593
A/V Receiver/Home Theater
Systems
Manufacturer
Audiovox
Bose
Denon
Emerson
JVC
Koss
LG
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Samsung
Sherwood
Yamaha
Zenith
Code
30790, 51390
50674, 51229, 51933
50121, 51142, 51306,
51360, 52857
50531
50331, 51495
30651
51293
51298, 51320, 51805
50308, 51288, 51308,
51316, 51548, 51633,
51763, 51764
31267, 51189, 51266,
51269
50150, 50531, 50630,
50823, 51023, 51384
30790, 50531, 50823,
51023, 51254, 51390,
51511, 51609
51295, 51500
31077, 51077, 51517,
51653
30497, 50176, 50354,
51023, 51276, 51331,
51376, 51815
51293
Digital Video Recorders
Cable Box
Manufacturer
TiVo
Manufacturer
AT&T
Jerrold/
General Inst./
Motorola
Pace
Code
01442, 01443, 01444,
20618, 20636, 20739
Satellite
Manufacturer
DirecTV
Funai
GE
Hitachi
Hughes
Humax
JVC
LG
Panasonic
Philips
RCA
Samsung
TiVo
Panasonic
Pioneer
Scientific Atlanta
Zenith
Operating the TV
Dish Network
System
Echostar
Code
00099, 00247, 00392,
00566, 00639, 00749,
00819, 01076, 01108,
01109, 01142, 01377,
01392, 01414, 01442,
01442, 01443, 01444,
01609, 01639, 01640,
01749, 01856, 20739
00775, 01170, 01505,
01775
00775, 01170, 01505,
01775
01377
00392, 00566
00749, 00819, 01250
00749, 01142, 01443,
01444, 01749, 20739
01790, 20739, 21797,
21988
00775, 01170, 01775
01226, 01414, 22010
00247, 00701, 20614,
20616
00099, 00722, 00749,
00775, 00819, 01076,
01142, 01749, 20618,
20739
00143, 00392, 00566,
00775, 00855, 01142,
01392, 01442, 20880
01108, 01109, 01142,
01276, 01377, 01442,
01609, 20739
01442, 01443, 01444,
20618, 20636, 20739
Code
00858, 02045
00003, 00276, 00476,
00810, 00858, 01187,
01254, 01376, 02045
00008, 00237, 00877,
01877
00000, 00008, 00107,
00144
00144, 00533, 00877,
01877
00000, 00003, 00008,
00237, 00477, 00877,
01877
00000, 00525, 00899
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Using Other Equipment with Your Remote Control
The table below describes the remote control commands available when external equipment is
programmed to the DVD, AMP, or STB buttons on the unit’s remote control.
Button
Action
Access Control
DISPLAY
Display
Select
Clear (cancel)
ENT
Enter
Shortcuts Control
GUIDE
Guide
FAVORITES
Favorites
INPUT
Input Select
RETURN
Exit
HOME
Setup Menu
OPTIONS
Options
TOP MENU
Top Menu/List
MENU
Menu
For selecting
F1
between
DVD/VCR in
F2
combo units
Equipment Control
POWER
Turn on/off
Previous, Skip
.
backward
Replay
<z
z
Advance, Skip
Next, Skip
>
forward
m
Rewind
Play
N
M
Fast Forward
Pause
X
Stop
x
Recording Control
z
Record
Record Pause
X
Stop
x
<
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Universal
Blu-ray,
HD-DVD, DVD,
DVD-R,
DVD/HDD,
DVD/VCR
Universal
VCR, DVR
Universal
SAT/CBL
Universal
AMP/Receiver
Information
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Top Menu
Menu
HDD, DVD/HDD,
DVD/VCR
List
List
Menu
VCR,
VCR/DVD
List
List
Menu
List
Top Menu
Menu
N/A
N/A
DVD
DVD
N/A
N/A
Band
Surround
YELLOW
N/A
Universal
VCR, DVR
Universal
SAT/CBL
N/A
N/A
AMP/RECEIVER
Vol.
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yellow
Universal
AMP/Receiver
DVD or BD Input
VIDEO 1 or A/V Input
SAT or Cable Input
Media receiver or
Tuner Input
Remote Control Backlight
The remote control backlight can be set to automatically light up when a button is pressed.
To set auto backlight:
Press LIGHT and MUTING simultaneously until the four FUNCTION buttons blink.
To turn off auto backlight:
Press LIGHT and MUTING simultaneously until the TV FUNCTION button blinks.
To change the backlight timeout:
1 Press LIGHT, VOL +, and CH + simultaneously until one of the FUNCTION buttons blinks.
2 Select the FUNCTION button that corresponds to your preferred timeout and press .
5 seconds (default), press DVD button
15 seconds, press STB button
10 seconds, press AMP button
20 seconds, press TV button
To reset the remote control to the factory default:
Press SCENE, TV POWER, and
successfully reset.
simultaneously. The four FUNCTION buttons blink when
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Operating the TV
Button
Action
Navigation Control
V/v
Cursor up/down
Cursor left/right
B/b
Tuning Control
0-9
Digit input
Channel
CH +/–
up/down
JUMP
Last channel
Volume Control
Monitor
VOL +/–
volume +/–
MUTING
Muting
R/G/B/Y Control
RED
Red
GREEN
Green
BLUE
Blue
Universal
Blu-ray,
HD-DVD, DVD,
DVD-R,
DVD/HDD,
DVD/VCR
Exploring the XMB ™ and TV Features
Most unit functions are available from this menu screen called the TV Home Menu/XMB™
(XrossMediaBar).
Press HOME to access the TV Home Menu/XMB™.
Product Support
Preferences
1 Select a Category icon
using the B/b buttons.
Settings
Category
Picture & Display
2 Highlight an Item using
the V/v buttons.
Item
Sound
Channels & Inputs
3 Press
to select an
item.
Network
TV
The XMB™ displays help text that describes options available within an item.
Settings
Preferences
Customize TV features to suit personal
preferences
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Shown with Preferences
highlighted.
Category Icons
The Category icons organize your unit settings and features for quick and easy access. Press V/v to
highlight an item within a Category icon and then press
to make a selection.
Settings
The Settings icon contains all of the necessary configurations to customize your
unit settings.
Product Support for troubleshooting and unit software information and
updates.
Preferences for customizing unit settings such as Timers, Parental Lock,
Language, and much more.
Picture & Display for adjusting picture and display settings.
Sound for adjusting sound and speaker related settings.
Channels & Inputs for setting up TV channel list and external inputs.
Network for setting up Network related settings.
Music
The Photo, Music, and Video icons organize your photo, music, and video files
from Internet content providers, DLNA Certified media servers, and Sony USB
connected equipment. Be sure to select the correct icon when accessing files. Refer to
the feature section for more information on these icons.
Video
TV
External
Inputs
Network
The TV icon provides you access to the TV channel list. You can select the TV
Guide On Screen® icon located at the top of the channels list from this icon.
The External Inputs icon provides access to your connected equipment, see
page 16.
The Network icon lists downloaded BRAVIA Internet Widgets. You can access the
Widget Gallery from this icon. Refer to the feature section for more information on
this icon.
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Exploring the XMB™ and TV Features
Photo
Accessing Photo, Music, and Video Content
You can access a variety of Internet content by connecting to your existing home network with
Internet connectivity. Your photo, music, and video files can also be accessed once you have set up
a DLNA Certified equipment or after plugging in Sony USB equipment directly to your unit.
Photo
Music
Video
Network
To display content under Photo, Music, Video, or Network:
1 Press HOME to display the XMB™.
2 Press B/b to highlight the Photo, Music, Video, or Network Category icon.
3 Press V/v to highlight an item and press
to select an item.
Shown here is the XMB™ with the Photo icon highlighted.
Photo
Internet content provider, page 35
DLNA Certified media server, page 36
Sony USB, page 36
Sample Images, page 36
• The items displayed may vary for each category icon, your connected equipment, and the
availability of Internet services.
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BRAVIA Internet Video
BRAVIA Internet Video serves as a gateway delivering select Internet content and a variety of
on-demand entertainment straight to your BRAVIA TV.
To connect to the BRAVIA Internet Video service, make sure that your unit is connected to your
broadband home network and that you have completed the Initial Setup and Network Setup
(see page 21).
The Internet content provider icons appear under the Photo, Music, Video, and Network icons
to open the Internet content provider’s service.
on the XMB™. Highlight an icon and press
Press V/v/B/b to navigate and
to make a selection.
The look and feel of Internet content providers
may vary.
WIDGETS
VIDEO
BRAVIA INTERNET
Press the corresponding buttons
to control playback.
Control Panel
Playback
Arrows indicate
resume point speed of the seek
Saving to Favorites
You can save an Internet content provider to your Favorites; see “Adding to Favorites” on page 41.
• Some Internet content providers arrange videos by Categories; press OPTIONS to view more
categories.
• Press DISPLAY to see more information on the highlighted video.
• The Parental Lock function set on the unit blocks video content based on the appropriate TV or
Movie Rating. Refer to the online Reference Book.
• Recommended connection speed: Standard Definition video - 2.5 Mbps, High Definition video - 10 Mbps.
• To update the BRAVIA Internet Video content providers, select the Network icon from the
Settings menu on the XMB™, then select Refresh Internet Content.
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Seeking Forwards and Backwards
Some Internet content providers allow you to seek forward or seek backward. Press b or M to
move forward in the video. Press B or m to move backward.
The Control Panel appears with a dot indicating the point at which the playback will resume.
To resume playback, press
or N. See the illustration below for details.
To change the speed of the seek, press the corresponding button up to three times.
Photo, Music, and Video
Media files from DLNA Certified media servers or Sony USB equipment can easily be accessed
from the Photo, Music, and Video Category icons. For a list of supported file formats, see
page 50.
Accessing Media Files
1 Press HOME to display the
Shown with Photo Category icon selected.
XMB™.
2 Select a Category icon.
3 Select a DLNA Certified media
server, Sony USB or sample
folder. (Pressing OPTIONS will
display additional menu items,
see “Media File Options Menu”
below.)
DLNA Certified
media server
Photo
US0013A92B6949: server:
USB
Samples
4 Press
to select an item from
the List View.
Shown with Photo USB media location selected.
Photo
DSC02991
Fri 5/25/2007 12:06 PM
JPG
DSC00140.JPG
List View
DSC00141.JPG
Media File Options Menu
Press OPTIONS after accessing a
media file to display a list of
available options such as Playback
Method, Start Slideshow, Add
to Favorites, and Device
Actions.
Shown here is a photo file after pressing OPTIONS.
Picture & Display
Playback Method
Start Slideshow
Add to Favorites
File Actions
The Options Menu for each Category
icon and media file selected may
vary.
• Internet content may appear under each icon if the unit Network Setup has been completed
(see page 21).
• Media files cannot be saved in the unit but can be added to Favorites and accessed when the
equipment containing the media file is connected.
• See page 15 for a sample DLNA Certified equipment or page 16 for Sony USB equipment
connection diagrams.
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Adding Music to a Slideshow
1 Highlight the Photo icon. Select from your
Photo
DLNA Certified media servers, Sony USB
connected equipment, or the sample folder.
Playback Method
Start Slideshow
2 Highlight the folder to display as a slideshow,
3
4
5
press OPTIONS and then select Playback
Method.
Select Slideshow Music, then select Browse
Music.
Highlight and select an item from the list of
available DLNA Certified media servers, Sony
USB connected equipment, or sample folder.
Press v/V to highlight the music file or folder you
would like to add to your slideshow and select OK.
USB
Add to Favorites
Sony - Storage Media
Device Actions
OPTIONS
Close
Browse Music
Highlight a folder or file and select “OK” to set as slideshow music
WINXP-DIXIM-DLNA-1
OK
USB
Cancel
Samples
Cancel
Playing Music or Video
When playing music or video files, press
to pause or play the file. Press and hold B to move
backward or press and hold b to move forward.
Functionality of USB Equipment and DLNA Certified Media Servers
The USB functionality on this unit is compatible with most Sony brand digital cameras, MICRO
VAULT USB Flash Drives, and DLNA Certified media servers but not all. Sony cannot guarantee
or assure compatibility with all formats, products or in the following cases:
• Use of non-Sony brand USB equipment.
• Use of video or audio clips processed on a computer.
• Use of files obtained from the Internet or from printed film processing center.
Prevent losing your files, be sure to back up all of your media
files stored on USB equipment to prevent data corruption. Sony
cannot accept responsibility for lost or damaged data stored on
USB equipment.
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RETURN
Enjoying Photo, Music and Video Files on the Monitor Screen by Operating
Devices–Renderer
Renderer is a feature for playing photo, music and video files stored in network devices (digital
still cameras, mobile phones, etc.) on the unit by operating the controller device in question.
To use this feature, a renderer-compatible device such as a digital still camera or mobile phone is
required as the controller. Also, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the controller.
1 Set Renderer, Renderer Access Control and Renderer Options in Network if necessary.
2 Play the file selected using the controller on the unit. The file is played on the unit over the connected
network. Use the controller or the unit’s remote control to perform operations during playback.
• For more information on this feature, refer to the online Reference Book.
• You can register the background music to be played during a slideshow using Photo. While
playing back music, press OPTIONS, then select Add for Slideshow, or while displaying a
photo, press OPTIONS, then select Playback Method.
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BRAVIA Internet Widgets
The BRAVIA Internet Widgets are small downloadable applications that provide you access to the
latest in news, weather, stocks and interactive content when your unit is connected to the Internet.
Displaying Widgets
1 Press WIDGETS. Minimized Widgets called
Snippets will appear.
THEATER SCENE
2 Press V/v/B/b to highlight a Snippet then press
CC
to launch it. The Snippet will expand into a
Widget.
WIDE
WIDGETS
VIDEO
BRAVIA INTERNET
Snippets
Footer
Minimizing a Widget
Press RETURN to minimize an expanded Widget into a Snippet or press OPTIONS and select
Minimize to Snippet.
Hiding Widgets
Press WIDGETS or RETURN to hide all of the Widgets from the screen or press OPTIONS and
select Hide All. To display the Widgets again, press WIDGETS.
Closing a Widget
Press OPTIONS then select Close Widget. When closing a Widget, all Snippets associated with
the Widget will close. To relaunch the Widget, see “Launching Widgets” page 40.
Widget Gallery
Use the Widget Gallery to browse and install new Widgets. Downloaded Widgets can be launched
from the Network Category icon of the XMB™, see “Launching Widgets” page 40.
• The Widget content that appears on the screen may be updated, modified or deleted at any time
by the Widget provider.
• Some Widgets can be customized to your preferences such as viewing weather for your local
region or viewing your preferred stocks.
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Widget
Widgets Options Menu
Highlight a Widget or Snippet and press OPTIONS to access additional feature menu items. The
menu items may vary depending on the state of the Widget/Snippet. A sample feature options menu
is shown below.
Option
Description
Dock
Aligns Widgets/Snippets to the bottom of the monitor screen.
Undock
Allows you to move Widgets/Snippets to any location on the monitor screen.
Move
Allows you to move Widgets/Snippets to your preferred location.
Close Widget
Allows you to close a Widget and all associated Snippets.
Hide Widgets
Allows you to hide all Widgets/Snippets from the monitor screen.
Hide/Show
Footer
Hides or shows the footer. The footer may provide additional information and may
appear for an extended period of time.
Moving Snippets on the Screen
Snippets can be moved when they are undocked.
1 Highlight a Snippet, press OPTIONS and then
Snippets in Move Mode
select Move.
2 Press V/v/B/b to move the Snippet and then
press
to set it in your preferred location.
Launching Widgets
Hidden or closed Widgets can be launched from the Network Category icon of the XMB™.
1 Press HOME.
2 Highlight the Network Category icon.
3 Highlight a Widget and then press .
Press OPTIONS while under the Network Category icon to access additional menu items.
Deleting Widgets
From the Network Category icon, highlight a Widget, press OPTIONS then select Delete.
• When downloading new Widgets, existing Widgets may need to be deleted from the Network
Category icon if memory space has been exceeded.
• An expanded Widget cannot be moved using the remote control arrow buttons.
• Some Widgets may fill your entire monitor screen when expanded into a full view.
• Widgets available on PCs or other devices may not be available on your unit.
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Favorites
With Favorites, you can manage your preferred TV channels, External Inputs, Photo, Music,
and Video content from a DLNA server or USB connected equipment, Internet Content,
Widgets, and Background TV themes for easy access.
Displaying Favorites
Press FAVORITES.
Recently Viewed
Items
Exploring the XMB™ and TV Features
Saved Media Files/Folders
Saved Inputs
Navigating Favorites
1 Press B/b to move between saved selections in a carousel-like fashion.
2 When the Recently Viewed list is highlighted, press V/v to move between the items.
3 To tune to an item, highlight its icon and press .
Adding to Favorites
1 On the XMB™, highlight the icon of an item you wish to add and press OPTIONS.
2 Highlight Add to Favorites and press .
Removing from Favorites
1 In the Favorites screen, highlight the item to remove and press OPTIONS.
2 Highlight Remove from Favorites and press .
• To organize items saved to Favorites based on type (such as TV channels or Photos), press
OPTIONS from the Favorites screen, select Favorites View, then choose Stacked.
• You can also add or remove an item while tuned to it, or while it is highlighted in Favorites.
Press OPTIONS and select either Add to Favorites or Remove from Favorites.
• To clear your Recently Viewed items, highlight the list in Favorites and press OPTIONS, then
select Clear Recently Viewed. Recently Viewed items are also cleared when the unit is
powered off.
• Auto Program will clear your TV channels from Favorites (see page 21).
• Initial Setup will clear Favorites back to factory default.
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TV Guide On Screen®
Use the Guide to find the program that you want to watch. The Guide allows you to organize and
personalize the program listings.
The Guide is available with connection to your cable service or with over-the-air antenna signal.
You must connect your signal directly to the media receiver’s CABLE/ANTENNA input without
using a cable box.
TV Guide On Screen System Elements
• Press GUIDE to display the TV Guide On Screen.
Info Box
Highlighted
(Current)
Menu Area
Guide
Menu Bar
Clock
Profile
Name
Icons for
Highlighted
Program Title
Broadcast
Information
PIP (Video Window)
(unpopulated)
Ad Panel
Channel Logo
Highlighted (Current)
Program Title
Channel Call No.
Listings Grid
• Press OPTIONS to get back to the Guide Menu Bar. The CH +/– buttons can be used to page up/down
through listings.
TV Listings
Up to 24 hours of program listings are available. You can also organize the program listings by
categories, while TV Listings is highlighted on the Guide menu bar, press
to display a popup
menu that allows you to customize the listings. For example, if you are an avid sports fan, you can
customize the listings to only show sports-related channels.
Browse/Search
You can look for a program by browsing through categories or by entering a keyword or title.
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Ads
Provides advertisements from TV Guide sponsors.
Settings
Under the Settings menu, you will find the Guide information and be able to set up Guide settings
or profiles: Guide Information Screen, Guide Settings, Profile Settings, Reset Guide,
Edit Channels, Update TV Listings, Select Channel Lineup.
My TV
The My TV feature allows you to organize the program listings by profiles such as Movie, Sport,
or Kids. You can also create your own profile name and organize your favorite programs or
channels.
Exploring the XMB™ and TV Features
My TV
is highlighted
Info Box describes
My TV
My TV
Submenu
When you add a favorite channel using the OPTIONS button while watching your program, your
favorite channel will be added to the Main Profile under My TV. The channels you add to My TV
will also automatically appear as your favorite channel in the unit’s Favorites.
To disable the Guide feature, press HOME then select Preferences menu from the Settings on
the XMB™. Look for Program Information Source then select the Broadcaster option.
• Enabling the TV Guide On Screen feature will increase the amount of time the unit is in
Download Acquisition Mode (DAM); see page 50 and 51.
• Refer to the online Reference Book for details on how to customize the Guide or create personal
profiles.
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Background TV
Background TV uses the current video on your unit to create images that are similar to a screen
saver.
Navigating Background TV
1
2
3
4
Tune to a channel or input.
Press OPTIONS.
Highlight Background TV and press
.
Highlight a theme and press
. The monitor will display the current channel or input using
the selected Background TV theme.
Picture Adjustments
Sound Adjustments
Background TV
Motionflow
Speakers
Add to Favorites
5 Press RETURN to exit the Background TV and return to the current channel or input.
~
• Background TV themes may also be saved to Favorites, so that you can launch these themes from the
Favorites screen.
Inputs
Press INPUT to display the Input menu and toggle through the External Inputs to select the video
source. The Input menu consists of TV mode and other equipment connected to the TV.
You can label your External Inputs for easy identification by the connected equipment name rather
than the name of the input.
How to Label an Input
1 From the Settings icon on the XMB™, select Channels & Inputs. Then, select Manage
Inputs.
Press V/v to highlight the video input (Video/Component 1, Video 2, Component 2, HDMI
1-4) to which you want to assign a label, press
to select the input of your choice.
2 Press V/v to highlight one of the displayed labels corresponding to the equipment connected
to that input then press
to label the equipment.
3 If you have an open input port where no equipment is connected, that input is grayed-out and
skipped on the Input menu. You can Enable input ports so that they are always selectable.
Refer to the online Reference Book for instructions.
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Wide Mode
The Wide Mode feature allows you to select the screen display of your preference. Based on the
original signal source, a black frame or black bars may surround the picture.
You can manually change the Wide Mode setting of the monitor by pressing the WIDE button on
your remote control. For more information on customizing Wide Mode settings, refer to the
online Reference Book.
Changing the Wide Screen Mode
Press WIDE repeatedly to cycle through the available modes.
16:9 Original source
High-definition source
m
Wide Zoom
m
Wide Zoom
Normal
Normal
This mode is not available.
Full
Full
H Stretch
This mode is not
available.
H Stretch
Zoom
Zoom
Exploring the XMB™ and TV Features
4:3 Original source
Standard-definition
source
• Normal is only available with 480i or 480p sources.
• H Stretch is only available with 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080/24p sources.
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Changing the Wide Screen Mode for PC Timing
Wide Mode is also available while in the PC input mode. Press WIDE repeatedly to cycle through
the available modes while in the PC input mode.
Incoming PC signal
Incoming PC signal
800 × 600
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1,280 × 768
m
Normal
Normal
m
Full 1
Full 1
Full 2
Full 2
BRAVIA® Sync™ with Control for HDMI
The BRAVIA Sync function allows this unit to communicate with other Sony equipment
supporting the Control for HDMI function.
To connect Sony equipment with Control for HDMI
Use an HDMI cable that bears the HDMI logo for connection.
Line up the triangle on the head of the HDMI cable with the triangle on the label of the HDMI
input when connecting the HDMI cable.
Setting the Control for HDMI
1 Select Channels & Inputs on the Settings menu.
2 Highlight HDMI Settings and press .
3 Select Control for HDMI and set it to On.
To verify connected devices, select Device List from the HDMI Settings menu.
For other equipment, refer to its operating instructions.
Available options using Control for HDMI
The following operations are available after you connect the supported Sony equipment with
Control for HDMI function to your unit:
• Automatically turn off the connected equipment when you turn off the unit.
• The connected equipment and unit are turned on by One-Touch-Play.
• Possible operations with SYNC MENU buttons, see page 23.
When a Sony A/V receiver with BRAVIA Sync is connected, the following additional operations
are possible:
• Turning on the A/V receiver when the unit is turned on.
• Automatically switching to the audio output of the A/V receiver’s attached speakers.
• Adjusting the volume and muting of the A/V receiver with the unit’s remote control.
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Exploring the XMB™ and TV Features
The Control for HDMI function must be set up in order for the unit to communicate with other
Control for HDMI enabled equipment.
To setup the unit’s Control for HDMI:
Other Information
How to Care for Your BRAVIA
Safety is very important, please read and follow the safety documentation (Safety Booklet) separately
provided.
Unplug the unit and other connected equipment from the wall outlet
before you begin cleaning your unit.
• Wipe the LCD screen gently with a soft cloth.
• Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth slightly moistened
with a solution of mild soap and warm water.
• If using a chemically pretreated cloth, please follow the instruction
provided on the package.
• Never use strong solvents such as a thinner, alcohol or benzine for cleaning.
• Do not plug in the unit into the wall outlet until the moisture from cleaning has evaporated.
The monitor should also be placed on a stable surface to prevent it from toppling over (see page 18 and 19). If
you have young children or pets at home, check regularly to insure the monitor is securely fastened.
Troubleshooting
Many problems with picture and sound quality are related to improper cable connection; refer to the Quick
Setup Guide provided for sample connections.
Things to consider
• Check the Input selection by pressing INPUT. You may be watching the wrong input.
• You may have accidentally pressed the MUTING button on your remote control; press MUTING again or
press VOL + to deactivate muting.
• The batteries may be installed incorrectly or may be low.
• An object or fluorescent light may be interfering with the remote control’s operation.
• To reset the unit to factory default settings:
1 Turn on the unit.
2 While pressing V on the Remote Control, press POWER on the unit. (The unit will turn itself off,
then back on again.)
IMPORTANT: The reset will clear all of your customized settings including the Parental Lock setting.
If you have forgotten your password, enter the master password: 4357. This password clears your previous
password and allows you to enter a new password.
The online Reference Book (www.sony.com/referencebook) provides additional information on
troubleshooting. Contact Sony if you need further assistance.
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Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: SONY
Model: KDL-46XBR10/KDL-52XBR10/MBT-WZ5
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc.
Address: 16530 Via Esprillo,
San Diego, CA 92127 U.S.A.
Telephone Number: 858-942-2230
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
For Customers in Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSSGen of IC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of this
device.
Note
This television includes a QAM demodulator which should
allow you to receive unscrambled digital cable television
programming via subscription service to a cable service
provider. Availability of digital cable television
programming in your area depends on the type of
programming and signal provided by your cable service
provider.
Compatible Wall-Mount Bracket and
TV-Stand Information
Use the following Sony Wall-Mount Bracket or
TV-Stand with your monitor model.
Sony Monitor Model No.
To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this
equipment is intended to be operated indoors and away
from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipment
(or its transmit antenna) that is installed outdoors is subject
to licensing.
Sony Wall-Mount
Bracket Model No.
SU-WL700
FCC Related Information
Sony TV-Stand Model
No.
SU-FL71M
❑
❑
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
❑
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.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Use with other Wall-Mount Brackets or TV-Stand may
cause instability and could result in property damages or
injury.
To Customers
Sufficient expertise is required for TV installations. Be
sure to subcontract the installation to a Sony dealer or
licensed contractor and pay adequate attention to safety
during the installation.
Radio-Frequency Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure
limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
equipment should be installed and operated with minimum
distance 20 cm between the radiator and your body
(excluding extremities: hands, wrists and feet). This
transmitter must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Pursuant to FCC regulations, you are cautioned that any
changes or modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
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Other Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
KDL-46XBR10 KDL-52XBR10
Specifications
Media receiver
Model
System
MBT-WZ5
Television system
NTSC: American TV standard
ATSC (8VSB terrestrial): ATSC compliant 8VSB
QAM on cable: ANSI/SCTE 07 2000 (Does not include CableCARD functionality)
Analog terrestrial: 2 - 69 / Digital terrestrial: 2 - 69
Analog Cable: 1 - 135 / Digital Cable: 1 - 135
Channel coverage
Input/Output jacks
CABLE/ANTENNA
VIDEO IN 1/2
75-ohm external terminal for RF inputs
VIDEO: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO: 500 mVrms (Typical) / Impedance: 47 kilohms
YPBPR (Component Video): Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms unbalanced, sync negative / PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms /
PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms / Signal format: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
AUDIO: 500 mVrms (Typical) / Impedance: 47 kilohms
HDMI: Video: 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1080/24p
Audio: Two channel linear PCM 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz, 16, 20 and 24 bits, Dolby Digital
AUDIO (HDMI IN 1 only): 500 mVrms (Typical) / Impedance: 47 kilohms
500 mVrms (typical)
PCM/Dolby Digital optical signal
COMPONENT IN 1/2
HDMI IN 1/2/3/4
AUDIO OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(OPTICAL)
PC IN
D-sub 15-pin, analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, positive
See the PC Input Signal Reference Chart on page 14.
Stereo mini jack, 500 mVrms, (Typical) / Impedance: 47 kilohms
MPEG2, MP3, and JPEG.
MPEG2, LPCM, MP3, and JPEG.
PC AUDIO INPUT
USB
DLNA
Power and others
Power requirement
Power consumption
in use
in DAM*
in standby
Dimensions
Mass
120 V AC, 60 Hz
30 W
(mm)
(inches)
(kg)
(lb.)
24 W (You may hear a clicking noise during the download but this is normal.)
0.45 W
430 × 68 × 284
17 × 2 3/4 × 11 1/4
4.1
9.0
* Download Acquisition Mode (DAM) is used for software updates and/or collecting data for TV Guide On Screen.
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• Optional accessories availability depends on its stock.
• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
50
Monitor
Model
System
KDL-46XBR10
KDL-52XBR10
Panel system
Speaker output
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Panel
10 W + 10 W
Power and others
Power requirement
Power consumption
in use
in DAM*
in standby
Screen size
(inches measured diagonally)
Display resolution
Speaker/Full range (2) (mm)
with speaker box
(inches)
Tweeter (2)
(mm)
(inches)
Dimensions
with stand (mm)
(inches)
without stand (mm)
(inches)
wall-mount hole pattern (mm)
wall-mount screw size (mm)
Mass
Optional accessories
218 W
16 W (You may hear a clicking noise during the download but this is normal.)
0.3 W
46
52
1,920 dots (horizontal) × 1,080 lines (vertical)
34 × 104
1 3/8 × 4 1/8
18 × 40
23/32 × 1 5/8
1,134 × 761 × 319
1,271 × 842 × 319
44 3/4 × 30 × 12 5/8
50 1/8 × 33 1/4 × 12 5/8
1,134 × 718 × 58
1,271 × 799 × 59
44 3/4 × 28 3/8 × 2 3/8
50 1/8 × 31 1/2 × 2 3/8
300 × 300
M6
(length: refer to diagram on page 8)
26.9
32.4
59.3
71.4
22.7
28.2
50.0
62.2
Remote control RM-YD029 (1) / Size AA batteries (2) / AC power cord (2) / Operating Instruction
Manual (1) / Quick Setup Guide (1) / Warranty Card (1) / Safety and Regulatory Booklet (1) /
Table-Top Stand (1) and Screws (4) / Terminal Cover (1) / Spacers (black) for Wall-Mount (4) /
Spacers (silver) and Screws (M6 × 20) for Floor Stand (4)
Connecting cables / Support Belt Kit / Wall-Mount Bracket / TV-Stand: see page 49
* Download Acquisition Mode (DAM) is used for software updates and/or collecting data for TV Guide On Screen.
~
• Optional accessories availability depends on its stock.
• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Wireless system
Transmission system
Carrier frequency
Transmission distance
DS-SS, OFDM
2.4 GHz, 60 GHz
20 inches (50 cm) to 33 feet (10 m) (depending on installation / usage)
51
Other Information
with stand (kg)
(lb.)
without stand (kg)
(lb.)
Supplied accessories
120 V AC, 60 Hz
198 W
Index
0-9 buttons 24
M
A
MUTING button 24
AC IN 11
AUDIO OUT (VAR/FIX) R-AUDIO-L 11
Auto Program 21, 41
O
B
Background TV 44
BD/DVD MENU button 24
BD/DVD TOP MENU button 24
BRAVIA INTERNET VIDEO button 24
BRAVIA INTERNET WIDGETS button 25
C
CABLE/ANTENNA 11
CC button 25
CH +/– button 25, 26
COMPONENT IN 2 11
D
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) 11
DISPLAY button 23
DLNA 15, 34
DMex/SERVICE 11
DVR/VCR Record Buttons 24
E
ENT button 24
F
F1/F2 buttons 25
Favorites 41
FAVORITES button 24
FUNCTION buttons 23
G
GUIDE button 24
H
HD SIGNAL indicator 26
HDMI IN 1/2/3/4 11
HOME button 24, 26
I
Infrared Receiver (IR) 26
INPUT button 25, 26
J
JUMP button 25
L
LAN 11
LIGHT button 23
Light Sensor 26
LINK indicator 26
Locating 10
52
OPTIONS button 25
P
PC IN (RGB/AUDIO) 11
PIC OFF/TIMER indicator 26
POWER button 24, 26
POWER/STANDBY indicator 26
Programming the Remote Control 27
R
REMOTE 11
RETURN button 24
S
SCENE button 24
SERVICE ONLY 11
Speaker 26
SYNC MENU buttons 23
T
Troubleshooting 48
TV POWER button 24
U
USB 11
V
VIDEO 2 IN L (MONO)-AUDIO-R 11
VIDEO IN 1/COMPONENT IN 1 (1080p/1080i/720p/
480p/480i)/R-AUDIO-L 11
VOL +/– button 24, 26
W
WIDE button 24
Y
YELLOW, BLUE, RED, GREEN buttons 24
For Your Convenience
Online
Reference
Book:
Online
Registration:
To learn more about your unit, visit the
online Reference Book at:
http://www.sony.com/referencebook
Be sure to register your unit.
United States
Canada
http://productregistration.sony.com
http://www.SonyStyle.ca/registration
Software
Updates:
United States
Canada
http://www.sony.com/tvsupport
http://www.sony.ca/support
NOTE: If your unit is connected to the Internet, you can
check for software updates by selecting Settings, Product
Support and then Software Update.
4-159-460-11(1)
Printed in Japan
Operating Instructions
Your unit is capable of receiving software updates. For the
latest information about software updates for your unit, visit:
LCD Digital
Color TV
Sony Customer Support
U.S.A.: www.sony.com/tvsupport
Canada: www.sony.ca/support
KDL-52XBR10
KDL-46XBR10
MBT-WZ5
© 2009 Sony Corporation
United States
1.800.222.SONY
Canada
1.877.899.SONY
Please Do Not Return
the Product to the Store
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