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Table of Contents
Remote and TV Controls/Indicators
Remote and TV controls.................................................................................................................................(4)
Indicators.....................................................................................................................................................(22)
About the operation guide on the TV screen................................................................................................(24)
Watching TV
Watching TV..................................................................................................................................................(25)
Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)..................................................................................(33)
Using the Favourite List...............................................................................................................................(36)
Using Optional Equipment
Connecting Optional Equipment..................................................................................................................(40)
Viewing Pictures from Connected Equipment..............................................................................................(47)
Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB.....................................................................................................(50)
Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI...................................................................................................(57)
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote..................................................................................(59)
Using Home Network Features
Connecting to the Network ..........................................................................................................................(74)
Enjoying AppliCast.......................................................................................................................................(76)
Enjoying Photo/Music/Video Files via the Network......................................................................................(78)
Checking the Network Connection................................................................................................................(81)
Adjusting the Server Display Settings..........................................................................................................(83)
Using Menu Functions
Navigating through TV Home Menu on XMB™............................................................................................(85)
TV Settings Menu
System Update......................................................................................................................................(88)
BRAVIA Tips..........................................................................................................................................(89)
Clock/Timers.........................................................................................................................................(90)
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Eco.........................................................................................................................................................(91)
Picture...................................................................................................................................................(92)
Sound....................................................................................................................................................(98)
Screen (for inputs other than a PC)....................................................................................................(102)
Screen (for PC input)..........................................................................................................................(104)
Video Settings....................................................................................................................................(106)
Audio Settings....................................................................................................................................(107)
Set-up.................................................................................................................................................(109)
Analogue Set-up.................................................................................................................................(115)
Digital Set-up......................................................................................................................................(120)
Network Settings................................................................................................................................(126)
Additional Information
Troubleshooting.........................................................................................................................................(128)
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1 TV
(TV standby)
Press to turn the TV on and off from standby
mode.
• The number 5,
, PROG + and AUDIO buttons
on the remote have a tactile dot. Use the tactile
dots as a reference when operating the TV.
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2
15*
Buttons on the TV will work the same as those on
the remote.
*In the TV menu, these buttons will work as
.
18*
8*
11
3
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2
(Power)
Press to turn the TV on or off.
2
• When ENERGY SAVING SWITCH is off, the TV
cannot be turned on.
• To disconnect the TV, turn off the TV, then
unplug the mains lead/AC power cord from the
mains/AC power.
15*
18*
8*
11
3
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2
15*
18*
3 ENERGY SAVING SWITCH
Press to turn the TV on or off. When ENERGY
SAVING SWITCH is switched off, power
consumption is reduced. If the TV is in standby
mode when ENERGY SAVING SWITCH is switched
off, switching ENERGY SAVING SWITCH on puts
the TV back into standby mode only.
8*
• When ENERGY SAVING SWITCH is switched off,
you will not be able to perform such functions
as saving clock settings, downloading EPGs, or
updating software.
11
3
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4
(Screen mode)
Press to change the screen format (30).
5 AD
Press to set Audio Description to "On" or "Off".
6 EXIT
Exit from the current application and go back to
normal TV mode.
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7
/ (Info/Text reveal)
Each time you press the button, the display
changes as follows:
• In digital mode: Details of the current
programme
Details of the next programme
(only for Sony Guide)
• In analogue mode: Current channel number
and screen mode
Clock information
• In Text mode: Reveals hidden information (e.g.
answers to a quiz) (28).
8
(Input select/Text hold)
• In TV mode: Press to display a list of inputs.
• In Text mode: Press to hold the current page.
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9
Press
to move the on-screen cursor.
Press to select/confirm the highlighted item.
• When playing a photo file:
- Press
- Press
to pause/start a slideshow.
to select the previous file.
- Press
to select the next file.
• When playing a music/video file:
- Press
to pause/start the playback.
- Press and hold
to fast forward/fast
reverse, then release the button at the point
where you want to resume playback.
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- Press to start playback from the beginning
of the current file.
- Press to go to the next file.
10 OPTIONS
Press to display a list that contains “Device
Control” or shortcuts to some setting menus.
Use the “Device Control” menu to operate
equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
The listed options vary depending on the input
source.
11 HOME
Press to display the TV Home Menu (85).
12 Coloured buttons
When the coloured buttons are available, an
operation guide appears on the screen.
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13 Number buttons
• In TV mode: Press to select channels. For
channel numbers 10 and above, press the next
digit quickly.
• In Text mode: Press to enter a page number.
• Use alphanumeric buttons when needed.
14
(Favourite)
Press to display the Favourite List that you have
specified (36).
15 PROG +/–/ /
• In TV mode: Press to select the next (+) or
previous (–) channel.
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• In Text mode: Press to select the next ( )or
previous ( ) page.
16 (Previous channel)
Press to return to the channel that was last
viewed (for more than five seconds).
17
(Mute)
Press to mute the sound. Press again to restore
the sound.
• In standby mode, if you want to turn on the TV
without sound, press this button.
18
+/– (Volume)
Press to adjust the volume.
19 (Text)
Press to display text information (28).
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20
RETURN/BACK
Press to return to the previous screen of the
displayed menu.
When playing a photo/music/video file: Press to
stop the playback. (The display returns to the
file or folder list.)
21
GUIDE (EPG)
Press to display the Digital Electronic
Programme Guide (EPG) (33).
22 ANALOG
Press to display the analogue channel that was
last viewed.
When viewing pictures from connected
equipment: Press to return to normal TV mode.
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23 DIGITAL
Switches from analogue mode to the last
selected digital mode (DVB-S or Antenna/Cable)
Toggles between two digital modes (DVB-S and
Digital (Antenna/Cable)) when the TV set
operates in Digital mode.
When viewing pictures from connected
equipment: Press to return to normal TV mode.
24 THEATRE
You can set Theatre Mode to on or off. When
Theatre Mode is set to on, the optimum sound
quality (if the TV is connected with an audio
system using an HDMI cable) and picture quality
for film-based contents are automatically set.
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• If you turn the TV off, Theatre Mode is also
turned off.
• When you change the “Scene Select” setting,
Theatre Mode turns off automatically.
• “Control for HDMI” (BRAVIA Sync) is only
available with the connected Sony equipment
that has the BRAVIA Sync or BRAVIA Theatre
Sync logo or is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
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25 SCENE
Press to display the “Scene Select” menu.
When you select the desired scene option, the
optimum sound quality and picture quality for
the selected scene are automatically set.
Press
to select the scene option, then
press .
• Cinema: Delivers picture scenes just like those
in a theatre-like atmosphere with dynamic
sound.
• Photo: Delivers picture scenes that
authentically reproduce the texture and colour
of a printed photo.
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• Sports: Delivers picture scenes that let you
experience realistic picture and sound like
those in a stadium.
• Music: Delivers sound effects that let you
experience dynamic and clear sound like that
at a concert.
• Game: Delivers picture scenes that let you
enjoy your game-playing experience to the
fullest with superb picture and sound quality.
• Graphics: Delivers picture scenes that ease
your prolonged monitor viewing experience and
reduce fatigue by displaying clearer detailed
pictures.
• General: Use this setting when you do not
optimise the sound quality and picture quality
for any scene.
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• Auto: The optimum sound quality and picture
quality are automatically set according to the
input source, though there may not be any
effect depending on the connected devices.
• The options you can adjust vary depending on
the situation.
• Unavailable options are greyed out or not
displayed.
• When you set Theatre Mode (15) to on, the
“Scene Select” setting switches to “Cinema”
automatically.
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(Subtitle setting)
Press to change the subtitle language (120) (in
digital mode only).
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27 SYNC MENU
Displays the menu of connected HDMI
equipment. While viewing other input screens or
TV programmes, “HDMI Device Selection” is
displayed when the button is pressed.
• “Control for HDMI” (BRAVIA Sync) is only
available with the connected Sony equipment
that has the BRAVIA Sync or BRAVIA Theatre
Sync logo or is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
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28 Buttons for using optional equipment
You can operate the equipment connected to the
TV (59).
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(Light)
Press to illuminate the buttons on the remote so
that you can see them easily even if the room is
dark.
Indicators
1
(Picture Off/Timer)
• Lights up in green when you select “Picture
Off” (91).
• Lights up in orange when you set the timer
(34), (90).
2
(Standby)
Lights up in red when the TV is in standby mode.
3 (Power)
Lights up in green when the TV is on.
1
2
3
4,5
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Indicators
4 Light sensor
Do not put anything over the sensor, doing so
may affect its function (91).
5 Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote.
Do not put anything over the sensor. The sensor
may not work properly.
1
2
3
4,5
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About the operation guide on the TV screen
The operation guide provides help on how to operate
the TV using the remote, and is displayed at the
bottom of the screen. Use the remote buttons
shown on the operation guide.
Operation Guide
Example: Press or RETURN/BACK (see
(14)).
(10) or
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Watching TV
1 Press on the TV to turn on the TV.
When the TV cannot be turned on, switch
ENERGY SAVING SWITCH on (7).
1
2
When the TV is in standby mode (the
(standby) indicator on the TV front panel is red),
press TV
on the remote to turn on the TV.
2 Press DIGITAL to switch to digital or satellite
mode, or press ANALOG to switch to analogue
mode.
The available channels vary depending on the
mode.
3
3
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Watching TV
3 Press the number buttons or PROG +/– to select
a TV channel.
To select a digital programme using the Digital
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) (33).
2
3
3
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Watching TV
In digital mode, an information banner appears
briefly. Each time you press , the banner
changes cyclically as follows:
Current programme information
Next
programme information
No banner
The following icons may be indicated on the
banner.
: Interactive service is available (MHEG Digital
Text)
: Interactive service (MHEG Digital Text) is
currently disabled
: Radio Service
: Scrambled / Subscription service
: Multiple audio languages available
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: Subtitles available
: Subtitles available for the hearing impaired
: Reminder
: Recommended minimum age for current
programme (ages from 4 to 18) (For Spain only:
ages from 4 to 18 and X)
: Parental lock
Watching TV
To access Digital Text
Many broadcasters provide a Digital Text service.
Digital Text offers graphically rich contents,
compared to Analogue Text.
Select a digital channel which provides Digital Text,
then press .
When a broadcaster provides a dedicated Digital
Text channel, select this channel to access Digital
Text.
To navigate through Digital Text, follow the
instructions on the screen.
To exit Digital Text, press RETURN/BACK.
To move around, press
.
To select items, press and the number buttons.
To access shortcuts, press the coloured buttons.
To access Analogue Text
In analogue mode, press . Each time you press ,
the display changes cyclically as follows:
Text and TV picture
Text
No Text (exit the
Text service)
To select a page, press the number buttons or / .
To hold a page, press
.
To reveal hidden information, press
.
• You can also jump directly to a page by selecting
the page number displayed on the screen. Press
and
to select the page number,
then press .
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Watching TV
• When four coloured items appear at the bottom
of the Text page, you can access pages quickly
and easily (FasText). Press the corresponding
coloured button to access the page.
• Interactive service may be available if provided by
a broadcaster.
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Watching TV
Wide
To change the Screen Format manually
Press
repeatedly to select the desired Screen
Format.
Smart*
Stretches the 4:3 picture horizontally, to fill the
16:9 screen.
Zoom*
Enlarges the centre portion of the picture. The left
and right edges of the picture are stretched to fill
the 16:9 screen.
4:3
Displays the cinemascopic (letter box format)
picture in the correct proportion.
Displays the 4:3 picture in its original size. Side
bars are shown to fill the 16:9 screen.
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14:9*
Displays the 14:9 picture in the correct proportion.
As a result, side bars are shown on the screen.
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Watching TV
* Parts of the top and bottom of the picture may
be cut off. You can adjust the vertical position of
the picture. Press
to move the picture up or
down (e.g. to read subtitles).
• If 720p, 1080i or 1080p source pictures are
displayed with black borders on the screen
edges, select “Smart” or “Zoom” to adjust the
pictures.
• When you select “Smart”, some characters and/or
letters at the top and the bottom of the picture
may not be visible. In such a case, adjust
“Vertical Size” in the “Screen” menu (103).
• When “Auto Format” (102) is set to “On”, the TV
automatically selects the best mode to suit the
broadcast.
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Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
1 In digital/satellite mode, press
GUIDE.
2 Perform the desired operation as shown in the
following table or displayed on the screen.
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Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
View a programme
Press
to select a programme, then press
Turn off the EPG
Press
GUIDE.
Filter programme information by event
1 Press OPTIONS.
2 Select "Event Filter" and press
.
Set a programme to be displayed automatically on
the screen when it starts – Reminder
1 Press
to select a future programme
you want to display, then press .
2 Press
.
3 Press
to select event filter, then press .
Event Filter name (e.g. “News”) contains all
channels corresponding to the selected filter.
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to select “Reminder”, then press
.
A symbol appears next to the programme’s
information. The
indicator on the TV front
panel lights up in orange.
• If you switch the TV to standby mode, the TV
will automatically turn on when the programme
starts.
Using the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Cancel a reminder – Cancel Reminder
1 Press
2 Press
press .
Change "Video Window" properties
1 Press OPTIONS.
.
2 Select "Video Window", then press
to select “Reminder List”, then
3 Press
to select the programme you want
to cancel, then press .
4 Press
to select “Cancel Reminder”, then
press .
A display appears to confirm that you want to
cancel the programme.
5 Press
to select “Yes”, then press
.
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.
3 Select "Follow Cursor" and press . Contents
of the window will follow your selection.
Using the Favourite List
The Favourite feature lets you select programmes
from a list of up to 16 favourite channels that you
specify.
1 In analogue mode, press .
2 Perform the desired operation as shown in the
following table or displayed on the screen.
Analogue Favourite List
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Using the Favourite List
Watch a channel
Press .
Turn off the Favourite list
Press .
Add a current channel to the Favourite list
Press
to select “Add to Favourites”, then
press .
Remove a channel from the Favourite list
1 Press
to select “Edit Favourites”, then
press .
The “Favourite Set-up” screen appears.
2 Press
press .
to select the channel number, then
3 Press
to select “– –”, then press
.
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Using the Favourite List
You can specify up to four of your favourite channel
lists.
1 In digital mode, press .
2 Perform the desired operation as shown in the
following table or displayed on the screen.
Digital Favourite List
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Using the Favourite List
Turn off the Favourite list
Press RETURN/BACK.
Add or remove channels in a Favourite list
1 Press the blue button.
Go to step 2 when you add channels for the
first time or the Favourite list is empty.
2 Press the yellow button to select the Favourite
list to edit.
Remove all channels from a Favourite list
1 Press the blue button.
2 Press the yellow button to select the Favourite
list to edit.
3 Press the blue button.
3 Press
to select the channel to add
or remove, then press .
Watch a channel
1 Press the yellow button to select a Favourite
list.
2 Press
to select a channel, then press
.
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4 Press
to select “Yes”, then press
.
Connecting Optional Equipment
You can connect a wide range of
optional equipment to your TV.
(44)
1
4 (42)
5 (44)
6 (45)
2
(43)
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3
(43)
Connecting Optional Equipment
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7
(45)
8
(44)
9
(42)
0
(46)
qa
(42)
qs
(43)
qd
(46)
Connecting Optional Equipment
Connecting audio-video equipment (quality order,
high to low)
Connect to:
(40), (41), (41)HDMI IN 1, 2, 3, or 4
Connect with:
HDMI cable
Digital video and audio signals are input from
the connected equipment.
In addition, when you connect the equipment
that is compatible with Control for HDMI,
communication with the connected equipment is
supported (112).
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If the equipment has a DVI socket/jack, connect
the DVI socket/jack to the HDMI IN 1 socket/jack
through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not
supplied), and connect the equipment’s audio
out sockets/jacks to the audio in sockets/jacks in
the HDMI IN 1 sockets/jacks.
• Be sure to use only an authorized HDMI cable
bearing the HDMI logo. We recommend that
you use a Sony HDMI cable (high speed type).
• When connecting an audio system that is
compatible with Control for HDMI, be sure to
also connect it to the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(OPTICAL) socket/jack.
Connecting Optional Equipment
Connect to:
Connect to:
(40)
/ COMPONENT IN
Connect with:
Component video cable, audio cable
(41)
AV3, and
AV3
Connect with:
Composite video cable
When connecting a mono equipment, connect to
the AV3 L socket.
Connect to:
(40)
/ AV1,
/ /
AV2
Connect with:
SCART cable
When you connect an analogue decoder, the TV
tuner outputs scrambled signals to the decoder,
and the decoder unscrambles the signals before
outputting them.
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Connecting Optional Equipment
Connect to:
Connecting audio/portable equipment
Connect to:
(40)
Connect with:
Audio cable
You can listen to TV sound on the connected HiFi audio equipment.
(40) DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
Connect with:
Optical audio cable
You can listen to TV sound on the connected
Home theatre system with digital input.
Connect to:
(41) USB
Connect with:
USB cable
You can enjoy photo/music/video files stored in a
Sony digital still camera or camcorder (50).
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Connecting Optional Equipment
Connect to:
Connecting other equipment
Connect to:
(40)
/ PC IN
Connect with:
PC cable with ferrites, audio cable
It is recommended to use a PC cable with
ferrites, such as the “Connector, D-sub 15” (ref.
1-793-504-11, available in Sony Service
Centre), or an equivalent.
(41)
LAN
Connect with:
LAN cable
You can enjoy contents stored in DLNAcompatible devices via a network (75).
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Connecting Optional Equipment
Connect to:
(41)
CAM (Conditional Access Module)
Provides access to pay TV services. For details,
refer to the instruction manual supplied with
your CAM.
To use the CAM, remove the “dummy” card from
the CAM slot, then turn off the TV and insert
your CAM card into the slot. When you are not
using the CAM, we recommend that you keep the
“dummy” card in the CAM slot.
• CAM is not supported in some countries/areas.
Check with your authorised dealer.
Connect to:
• Do not insert the smart card directly into the
TV CAM (Conditional Access Module) slot. It
must be fitted into the Conditional Access
Module provided by your authorised dealer.
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(41) Headphones
You can listen to TV sound through headphones.
Viewing Pictures from Connected Equipment
Turn on the connected equipment, then perform the
following operation.
1 Press
2 Press
press
.
.
to select the desired input source, then
For equipment connected to the scart sockets using
a fully-wired 21-pin scart lead
Start playback on the connected equipment.
The picture from the connected equipment appears
on the screen.
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Viewing Pictures from Connected Equipment
For an auto-tuned VCR
In analogue mode, press PROG +/– or the number
buttons, to select the video channel.
To view two pictures simultaneously
– PAP (Picture and Picture)
You can view two pictures (external input and TV
programme) on the screen simultaneously.
• This function is not available for a PC input.
1 Press OPTIONS.
2 Press
to select “PIP/PAP”, then press
3 Press
to select “PAP”, then press
.
.
The picture from the connected equipment is
displayed on the left, and the TV programme is
displayed on the right.
The picture framed in gray is audible.
4 Press the number buttons or PROG +/– to select
the TV channel.
To return to single picture mode
Press RETURN/BACK.
To view two pictures simultaneously
– PIP (Picture in Picture)
You can view two pictures (external input and TV
programme) on the screen simultaneously.
1 Press OPTIONS.
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Viewing Pictures from Connected Equipment
2 Press
to select “PIP/PAP”, then press
.
3 Press
to select “PIP”, then press .
The picture from the connected PC or equipment
is displayed in full size, and the TV programme
is displayed in the bottom right corner.
The sub screen picture is framed in gray when
the main screen is audible.
You can use
to move the sub screen
position.
4 Press the number buttons or PROG +/– to select a
TV channel.
To return to single picture mode
Press RETURN/BACK.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
Photo Playback Auto Start
The TV automatically starts photo playback when
the TV is turned on and a digital still camera or
other device storing photo files is connected to the
USB port then turned on (109).
You can enjoy photo/music/video files stored in a
Sony digital still camera or camcorder through a
USB cable or USB storage device on your TV.
1 Connect a supported USB device to the TV.
2 Press HOME.
3 Press
to select “Photo”, “Music”, or “Video”.
4 Press
to select a USB device, then press
The file or folder list appears.
To display a thumbnail list, press the yellow
button while the list is displayed.
5 Press
to select a file or folder, then press
When you select a folder, select a file, then
press .
Playback starts.
.
.
• While the TV is accessing the data on the USB
device, observe the following:
- Do not turn off the TV or connected USB
device.
- Do not disconnect the USB cable.
- Do not remove the USB device.
The data on the USB device may be damaged.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
• Sony will not be held liable for any damage to, or
loss of, data on the recording media due to a
malfunction of any connected devices or the TV.
• Playback does not start automatically if the TV is
turned on after connecting the digital still
camera or other device to the USB port.
• You can register the background music to be
played during a slideshow using
Photo. While
playing back music, press OPTIONS, then select
“Add to Slideshow”, or while displaying a
photograph, press OPTIONS, then select “Music
Selection”.
• USB playback is supported for the following photo
file formats:
- JPEG (JPEG format files with the extension
“.jpg” and conforming to DCF 2.0 or Exif 2.21)
- RAW (ARW/ARW 2.0 format files with the
extension “.arw”. For preview only.)
• USB playback is supported for the following
music file format:
- MP3 (files with the extension “.mp3” that have
not been copyrighted)
• USB playback is supported for the following video
file format:
- MPEG1 (files with the extension “.mpg”)
• Photo Playback Auto Start works only for photo
files in the newest digital still camera folder
(DCF-compliant, highest-numbered “DCIM”
folder).
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
• Playback may not start automatically when some
digital still cameras (such as cameras with
internal memory) are connected.
• The file name and folder name support only
English.
• When you connect a Sony digital still camera, set
the camera’s USB connection mode to Auto or
“Mass Storage”. For more information about USB
connection mode, refer to the instructions
supplied with your digital camera.
• Check the website below for updated information
about compatible USB devices.
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/
compatibility/
• Use a USB storage device that is compliant with
USB Mass Storage Class standards.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
To display a photograph
— Picture Frame
You can display a photograph on the screen for a
selected period of time. After that period, the TV
automatically switches itself into standby mode.
1 Select a photograph.
You can select a photograph from the connected
USB device or preset picture folder. For details
on selecting a photograph (50).
2 Press OPTIONS while the selected photograph is
displayed, then press
to select “Picture
Frame Image” and press .
3 Press RETURN/BACK repeatedly to return to the
Home Menu.
4 Press
to select “Photo”, then select “Picture
Frame” and press .
The TV is switched to Picture Frame mode, and
the selected photograph is displayed on the
screen.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
To set the duration of displaying a photograph
Press OPTIONS, then select “Duration” and press
. Then, select the duration, and press .
The counter appears on the screen.
To return to the XMB™
Press RETURN/BACK.
• If the photograph is selected from a USB device,
it must remain connected to the TV.
• If “Sleep Timer” is activated, the TV automatically
will switch into standby mode.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
To display a photograph with the location on the
map
When using a digital still camera with GPS function,
it is possible to display a photograph with a map of
the location where the photograph was taken using
a function of GPS for recording longitude and
latitude. Because map information is downloaded
from the Internet online map service, the network
connection must be required and the TV has to be
connected to the network (75).
1 Select a photograph (50).
2 Press the green/red buttons to zoom in/out on the
map.
To change the display position of the map on the
TV screen, press the blue button repeatedly.
• Because the Internet online map service is
provided by a third party, service may be
changed or terminated without prior notification
to the user.
• The position indicated on the map may differ
depending on the digital still camera.
• Only a large-scale map that cannot be zoomed in
or out is displayed if the TV is not connected to
the Internet or the Internet online map service is
terminated.
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Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
- Time Zone
- DST
• A map can be displayed in the case of
photograph’s Exif data includes a date
information, and the associated longitude and
latitude information (“Log files”) has been
recorded using a Sony GPS unit. Follow the
procedure described below.
1 Connect the GPS unit to the USB port.
2 Press HOME.
6 Select “OK”, then press .
The GPS log files are loaded.
7 Disconnect the GPS unit and connect the
device on which the photograph is stored.
8 Select a photograph (50).
9 Press the green/red buttons to zoom in/out on
the map.
3 Press
to select “Photo”.
4 Press
.
to select the GPS unit, then press
5 Select the following items using
them using
.
, then set
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Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI
The Control for HDMI function enables the TV to
communicate with the connected equipment that is
compatible with the function, using HDMI CEC
(Consumer Electronics Control).
For example, by connecting Sony equipment that is
compatible with Control for HDMI (with HDMI
cables), you can control them together.
Be sure to connect the equipment correctly, and
make the necessary settings.
Control for HDMI
• Automatically turns the connected equipment off
when you switch the TV to standby mode using
the remote.
• Automatically turns the TV on and switches the
input to the connected equipment when the
equipment starts to play.
• If you turn on a connected audio system while the
TV is on, the sound output switches from the TV
speaker to the audio system.
• Adjusts the volume ( +/-)and mutes the sound
( ) of a connected audio system.
• You can operate the connected Sony equipment
that has the BRAVIA Sync logo by the TV remote
by pressing:
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-
to operate the
connected equipment directly.
- SYNC MENU to display the menu of the
connected HDMI equipment on the screen.
Using BRAVIA Sync with Control for HDMI
After displaying the menu, you can operate the
menu screen by using
, , colour
buttons, and RETURN/BACK.
- OPTIONS to display “Device Control”, then
select options from “Options” and “Content
List” to operate the equipment.
- Refer to the instruction manual of the
equipment for available control.
• If “Control for HDMI” of the TV is set to “On”,
“Control for HDMI” of the connected equipment
is also automatically switched to “On”.
To connect the equipment that is compatible with
Control for HDMI
Connect the compatible equipment and the TV with
an HDMI cable. When connecting an audio system,
be sure to also connect the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(OPTICAL) jack of the TV and the audio system
using an optical audio cable (40).
To make the Control for HDMI settings
The Control for HDMI settings must be set on both
the TV side and connected equipment side. See
“HDMI Set-up” (112) for the TV side settings. For
settings on the connected equipment, refer to the
operating instructions for that equipment.
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
2
3
Buttons for using optional equipment
For details, refer to the operating instructions
supplied with the connected equipment.
• The
button has a tactile dot. Use the tactile
dot as a reference when operating other
equipment.
7
6
4
5
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
2
3
7
6
1
Turns on or off the optional equipment you have
selected with the function buttons.
2 Function buttons
Allows you to operate the corresponding
equipment. For details, see “Programming the
remote” (63).
4
5
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
2
3 BD/DVD operating buttons
•
: Goes to the beginning of the
previous/next title/chapter/scene/track.
•
: Replays the scene/briefly fast forwards
the scene.
3
•
: Fast reverses/fast forwards the disc
when pressed during playback.
• : Plays a disc at normal speed.
7
6
4
5
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•
: Pauses the playback.
•
: Stops the playback.
Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
2
4 DVD record buttons
•
3
7
6
4
5
•
: Starts the recording.
: Pauses the recording.
•
: Stops the recording.
5 F1/F2
• Selects a disc when using a disc changer.
• Selects a function when using a combination
unit (e.g. a DVD/HDD).
6 BD/DVD MENU
Displays the BD/DVD disc menu.
7 BD/DVD TOP MENU
Displays the top menu of the BD/DVD disc.
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
1
3
2
4
Programming the remote
This remote is preset to operate Sony TVs, and most
Sony Blu-ray disc players, DVD players, DVD/HDD
recorders, and audio systems (Home Theatre, etc.).
To control Sony Blu-ray disc players, DVD players,
and DVD/HDD recorders of other manufacturers (and
some other Sony models), programme the remote
as follows.
• Before you start, look up the code of your
equipment from the “Manufacturer’s codes”
(67).
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
1
3
2
4
1 Press and hold the BD, DVD, or AMP function
button you want to programme on the remote,
then press
.
The selected function button (BD, DVD, or AMP)
flashes.
2 Press the number buttons to enter the
manufacturer’s code number when the function
button flashes.
If you do not enter the code within 30 seconds,
you need to go back to step 1.
3 Press .
The selected function button flashes twice.
If the selected function button flashes five
times, repeat from step 1.
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
1
1
3
2
4 Turn on your equipment and check that the
following main functions work.
For Blu-ray disc players, DVD players and DVD/
HDD recorders, check:
(playback), (stop),
(rewind),
(fast
forward), channel selection.
For DVD players and DVD/HDD recorders, check:
TOP MENU/MENU and
.
4
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
If your equipment is not working, or some of the
functions do not work
Enter the correct code or try the next code listed
for the brand. Note that the list may not include
codes for all models of all brands.
1
1
3
To return to normal TV operation
Press the TV function button.
2
4
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
- Grundig: 0030
- Harman/Kardon: 0018
- Hitachi: 0008
- Jamo: 0037
- JVC: 0007
- Kenwood: 0033
- KLH: 0010
- Matsui: 0029
- Mitsubishi: 0026
- Mustek: 0035
- Nakamichi: 0031
- Onkyo: 0016
- Panasonic: 0039, 0002, 0006, 0027
- Philips: 0012
Manufacturer’s codes
• DVD players:
- Sony: 0001, 0024, 0023, 0025, 0038
- Aiwa: 0015
- BOSE: 0036
- Cat: 0042
- Chestron: 0041
- CyberHome: 0034
- Daewoo: 0028
- Denon: 0006, 0017, 0002
- D.I.K: 0043
- Elta: 0044
- Funai: 0020
- GoldStar/LG: 0009
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
• Blu-ray disc (BD) players:
- Sony: 0501, 0502, 0503
• DVD/video cassette recorders:
- Sony: 0207, 0222
• DVD/HDD recorders:
- Sony: 0219, 0220, 0221
- Broksonic: 0209
- Funai: 0213
- GoldStar/LG: 0211
- Matsui: 0216
- Panasonic: 0205, 0206, 0217
- Philips: 0214, 0218
- Pioneer: 0204
- Samsung: 0208
- Pioneer: 0021, 0019, 0004
- Primas: 0040
- RCA: 0005
- Samsung: 0014
- Sharp: 0011
- Shinco: 0022
- Sylvania: 0020
- Teac: 0032, 0022
- Thomson: 0013
- Toshiba: 0003
- Yamaha: 0006
- Zenith: 0009, 0006
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
- Amstrad: 1034
- Baird: 1036
- B&O (Bang & Olufsen): 1052
- Blaupunkt: 1018, 1030, 1017, 1026
- Bush: 1035
- CGM: 1039, 1013, 1037, 1038
- Clatronic: 1034
- Daewoo: 1046
- Ferguson: 1055, 1021
- Fisher: 1034
- Funai: 1025
- GoldStar/LG: 1043, 1039
- Goodmans: 1046, 1012
- Grundig: 1013, 1019, 1017
- Sharp: 0212
- Sylvania: 0210, 0213
- Thomson: 0215
- Zenith: 0211
• VCRs:
- Sony
VTR1:Betamax: 1001, 1007, 1010, 1011
VTR2:8mm: 1002, 1008
VTR3:VHS: 1003, 1009
VTR4:DV: 1004
VTR5:DV: 1005
VTR6:DV: 1006
- Aiwa: 1029, 1053, 1038
- Akai: 1035, 1036
- Alba: 1034
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
- Phonola: 1013, 1012
- Roadstar: 1038
- SABA: 1021, 1048, 1022
- Salora: 1028
- Samsung: 1059, 1044, 1045, 1049
- Sanyo: 1041
- Schneider: 1017, 1012, 1018
- SEG: 1034
- Seleco: 1038, 1035
- Sharp: 1028
- Siemens: 1018
- Tandberg: 1046
- Telefunken: 1022, 1023
- Thomson: 1054, 1021, 1056
- Hitachi: 1040, 1030
- JVC: 1014, 1026, 1047, 1015
- Kendo: 1043
- Loewe: 1058, 1024, 1043, 1012
- Luxor: 1028
- Matsui: 1031, 1039
- Mitsubishi: 1050, 1051
- Nokia: 1028
- Nokia Oceanic: 1028
- Nordmende: 1057, 1021
- Okano: 1031, 1035, 1032
- Orion: 1031
- Panasonic: 1024, 1027
- Philips: 1017, 1012, 1016, 1025
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
• Digital satellite receivers:
- Sony: 3042
- All Vision: 3095, 3096
- Amstrad: 3046
- CANAL+: 3006, 3042
- Foxtel: 3202
- Galaxis: 3030, 3053, 3072
- Gold box: 3036
- HIRSCHMANN: 3063
- Humax: 3097
- Kathrein: 3043, 3049, 3022
- Maxtronics: 3099
- Newling: 3100
- Micronax: 3098
- Thorn: 1043
- Toshiba: 1042, 1020
- Universum: 1023, 1031, 1043, 1012
- W.W.House: 1043
- Watson: 1013, 1033
• DAV Home Theatre System:
- Sony (DAV): 4501, 4502, 4503, 4504,
4505, 4506
• AV receivers:
- Sony: 4001, 4002, 4056, 4057, 4085
• Digital terrestrial receivers:
- Sony: 3057, 3101, 3102
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
- Zehnder: 3048, 3064, 3081, 3082
• Analogue satellite receivers:
- Sony: 3001
- ADB: 3062
- Amstrad: 3024, 3002, 3023, 3059
- DGTEC: 3092, 3093, 3094
- Galaxis: 3026, 3031, 3010, 3012, 3014
- Grundig: 3026, 3027, 3035, 3065
- Hyundai: 3044
- Jerrold: 3038
- Kathrein: 3022
- Matsui: 3025
- Nikko: 3021
- Nokia: 3037
- Nokia: 3017, 3056, 3076, 3077
- Pace: 3015, 3041
- Panasonic: 3067
- Philips: 3054, 3078
- Radix: 3029, 3052
- SABA: 3086
- Samsung: 3087, 3088
- Sky: 3041
- Sky+: 3201
- Sky Master: 3085
- STRONG: 3089, 3090, 3091
- TechniSat: 3039, 3051, 3079, 3080
- Thomson: 3071, 3074, 3075, 3083
- TPS: 3055
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Operating Optional Equipment using the TV Remote
- NTV plus: 3040
- Pace: 3016, 3020, 3060, 3061
- Radix: 3024, 3011
- SABA: 3028, 3032, 3033, 3008, 3009,
3047, 3070
- Sky Master: 3003, 3006, 3005
- TechniSat: 3034, 3018, 3019, 3045, 3066,
3068
- Thomson: 3032, 3084
- Watson: 3004
- Zehnder: 3007, 3013, 3050, 3068, 3069
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Connecting to the Network
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Connecting to the Network
With this TV, you can enjoy contents stored in DLNAcompatible devices on the home network.
Devices that store and provide contents, such as
photo/music/video files, are called “Server”. The TV
receives the photo/music/video files from the server
via the network, and you can enjoy them on the TV
even in other rooms.
To enjoy the home network, a DLNA-compatible
device (VAIO, Cyber-shot, etc.) is necessary as a
server.
In addition, when you connect your TV to the
Internet, you can enjoy displaying a photograph that
shows its location on the map (55), or enjoy
“AppliCast” while watching a TV programme (76).
• You will need to contract with an Internet service
provider to connect to the Internet.
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Enjoying AppliCast
While watching TV, you can display variety of
information on the edge of TV screen by using
Widgets (i.e. mini-applications).
Many Widgets retrieve information from the
Internet.
2 Press
To Use Widgets
Widgets can be displayed by selecting from the
Home Menu. While the Widget is displayed, you can
add to your Widget list so that it would be
registered to be automatically displayed next time
when you launch “AppliCast”. Some Widgets allow
you to save settings to provide you with the
preferred information.
1 Press HOME.
to select “Network“.
3 Press
to select the desired Widget to be
displayed or simply select “AppliCast“ icon to
display your preferred list of Widgets.
4 Follow the instruction on the Widget.
To return to single picture mode
Press RETURN/BACK.
To Add or remove widgets in AppliCast
You can add to or remove from the Widget list.
From Widget:
5 While you are displaying the Widget, press
OPTIONS.
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Enjoying AppliCast
• AppliCast Widgets stored in the USB Mass
Storage Device connected to BRAVIA. The Widget
icons should appear under USB icon under
“Network“ in the Home Menu.
6 Select “Add to AppliCast“ or “Remove from
AppliCast“.
Up to 30 Widgets can be registered in
“AppliCast”.
From “Network“ in the Home Menu.
7 Follow STEP1-2 above.
8 Press
to select the desired Widget, then
press OPTIONS.
9 Follow STEP6.
• There are three Widgets already in the set that
don't require internet connection. They are “How
to use AppliCast“, “Analogue Clock“, and
“Calendar“.
• MAC address and IP address are transmitted
automatically from the TV to servers while
internet connection is available.
The servers are under the control of Sony and
MAC address will never be transmitted to the
servers controlled by the other parties.
• Widgets may be changed or terminated without
prior notification to the user.
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Enjoying Photo/Music/Video Files via the Network
You can enjoy photo/music/video files on the server
easily by selecting an icon on the Home Menu of the
TV.
1 Press HOME.
2 Press
to select “Photo”, “Music”, or “Video”.
3 Press
to select a server, then press .
The file or folder list appears.
To display the thumbnail list, press the yellow
button while the list is displayed.
When the server cannot be found
See “Checking the Network Connection” (81)
and “Adjusting the Server Display Settings”
(83).
4 Press
to select a file or folder, then press .
When you select a folder, select a file, then
press . Playback starts.
• A map can be displayed with a photograph in the
case of longitude and latitude information has
been recorded to photograph’s Exif data (55).
• Depending on the network device, it may be
necessary to register the TV with the network
device.
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Enjoying Photo/Music/Video Files via the Network
• Picture quality may appear coarse when using
Photo because images may be enlarged
depending on the file. Also, images may not fill
the entire screen depending on the image size
and aspect ratio.
• Some photo files may take some time to be
displayed when using
Photo.
• To play files that are received from a network
device, they need to conform to one of the
following file formats.
- Still images: JPEG format
- Music: MP3 format or linear PCM format
- Video: The following file formats stored on the
server: AVCHD, HDV, MPEG2-PS (which in some
cases may not be able to be played)
Depending on the network device, the file format
may be converted before transfer. In such cases,
the file format resulting after conversion is used
for playback. For details, refer to the instruction
manual for the network device being used.
Even files conforming to one of the file formats
given above cannot be played in some cases.
• The file name and folder name support only
English.
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Enjoying Photo/Music/Video Files via the Network
To enjoy photographs, music and videos on the TV
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 TV 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. Refer as well to the instruction
manual supplied with the controller.
1 Set “Renderer Function”, “Renderer Access
Control” and “Renderer Set-up” in “Network
Settings” if necessary (127).
2 Play the file selected using the controller on the
TV.
The file is played on the TV over the connected
network.
Use the controller or the TV’s remote to perform
operations during playback.
• You can register the background music to be
played during a slideshow using
Photo. While
playing back music, press OPTIONS, then select
“Add to Slideshow”, or while displaying a
photograph, press OPTIONS, then select “Music
Selection”.
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Checking the Network Connection
Enter the respective (alphanumeric) values for your
router. The items that need to be set may differ,
depending on the Internet service provider or the
router. For details, refer to the instruction manuals
that have been provided by your Internet service
provider or supplied with the router.
1 Press HOME.
2 Press
3 Press
press
to select “Settings”.
.
6 Select an item, and press
Set “Primary DNS”/“Secondary DNS” using
and the number buttons.
Set the following items using
number buttons.
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Default Gateway
• Primary DNS/Secondary DNS
.
5 Select “IP Address Settings”, then press
When you select “DHCP (DNS manual)”
When you select “Manual”
to select “Network Settings”, then
4 Select “Network”, then press
When you select “DHCP (DNS automatic)”
Go to step 7.
.
.
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and the
/
Checking the Network Connection
If your ISP has a specific proxy server setting
Press OPTIONS, then press
to select “Proxy
Set-up” and press . Then enter the settings.
7 Press
8 Press
.
to select “Test”, then press
.
9 Press
to select “Yes”, then press .
The network diagnostic starts.
When the message “Connection successful.”
appears, press RETURN/BACK repeatedly to exit.
• If “Connection successful.” does not appear, see
“Troubleshooting” (133).
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Adjusting the Server Display Settings
You can select home network servers to be
displayed on the Home Menu.
Up to 10 servers can be displayed on the Home
Menu automatically.
1 Set the server to allow connections from the TV.
For details on settings on the server, refer to the
Operating Instructions supplied with the server.
2 Press HOME.
6 Select the server you want to display on the Home
Menu, then press .
3 Press
to select “Settings”.
4 Press
press
to select “Network Settings”, then
2 Press
to select “Settings”.
3 Press
press
to select “Network Settings”, then
.
5 Select “Server Display Settings”, then press
.
7 Select “Yes”, then press
.
If you cannot connect to your home network
The TV can check if the server is being correctly
recognised.
1 Press HOME.
.
4 Select “Server Diagnostics”, then press
5 Select “Yes”, then press .
The server diagnostic starts.
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.
Adjusting the Server Display Settings
When the server diagnostic is complete, the
diagnostic result list appears.
6 Select the server you want to confirm, then press
.
The diagnostic results of the selected server
appear.
If the diagnostic results indicate a failure, look
up the possible causes and what to do, and
check connections and settings.
For details, see “Troubleshooting” (133).
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Navigating through TV Home Menu on XMB™
The XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) is a menu of BRAVIA
features and input sources displayed on the TV
screen. The XMB™ is an easy way to select
programming and adjust settings on your BRAVIA
TV.
1 Press HOME to display the XMB™.
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Navigating through TV Home Menu on XMB™
2 Press
to select the category.
Settings
You can make advanced settings and
adjustments (88).
Photo
You can enjoy photo files via USB devices or
the network (50) (78).
Music
You can enjoy music files via USB devices or
the network (50) (78).
Video
You can enjoy video files via USB devices or
the network (50) (78).
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Digital
You can select a digital channel, Digital
Favourite list (38), or the Digital Electronic
Programme Guide (EPG) (33).
Satellite
You can select a satellite channel.
Analogue
You can select an analogue channel or
Analogue Favourite list (36).
To hide the list of analogue channels, set
“Programme List Display” to “Off” (115).
Navigating through TV Home Menu on XMB™
External Inputs
You can select equipment connected to the
TV.
To assign a label to an external input, see
“AV Preset” (110).
Network
You can enjoy “AppliCast” (76).
3 Press
to select the item, then press
4 Follow the instructions on the screen.
5 Press HOME to exit.
• The options you can adjust vary depending on the
situation.
• Unavailable options are greyed out or not
displayed.
.
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System Update
You can update the TV system using USB memory.
Obtain information from the website below.
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/
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BRAVIA Tips
Introduces how to enjoy the TV.
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Clock/Timers
Sleep Timer
Sets the TV to automatically switch to standby
mode after a certain amount of time.
When “Sleep Timer” is activated, the (Timer)
indicator on the TV front panel lights up in
orange.
Auto Clock Update
Switches to digital mode and obtains the time.
Clock Set
Allows you to adjust the clock manually. When
the TV is receiving digital channels, the clock
cannot be adjusted manually since it is set to the
time code of the broadcasted signal.
• When you turn off the TV and turn it on again,
“Sleep Timer” is reset to “Off”.
On Timer
Sets the TV to automatically turn on from
standby mode.
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Eco
Reset
Resets all the “Eco” settings to the factory
settings.
Power Saving
Reduces power consumption of the TV by
adjusting the backlight.
When you select “Picture Off”, the picture is
switched off, and the
Picture Off indicator on
the TV front panel lights up in green. The sound
remains unchanged.
Idle TV Standby
Turns the TV off after it has been kept idle for
the preset length of time.
PC Power Management
Switches the TV to standby mode when the TV
receives no signal from the PC input source for
30 seconds.
Light Sensor
Automatically optimises the picture settings
according to the ambient light in the room.
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• Do not put anything over the sensor, doing so
may affect its function. Check the position of
the sensor (23).
Picture
Target Inputs
Allows you to select whether to use the common
settings or to make custom settings for the input
you are currently viewing.
• Common: Applies common settings to all
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to
“Common”.
• Name of current input (e.g. AV1): Allows you
to make custom settings for the input.
Picture Mode
Sets a picture mode. The options that can be
selected differ depending on the scene select
settings.
• Vivid: Enhances picture contrast and
sharpness.
• Standard: For standard pictures. Recommended
for home entertainment.
• Custom: Allows you to store your preferred
settings.
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Picture
• Cinema: For viewing film-based content. Most
suitable when viewing the TV in a theatre-like
environment.
• Photo-Vivid: For viewing photographs.
Enhances picture contrast and sharpness.
• Photo-Standard: For viewing photographs.
Provides the optimum picture quality for
viewing in the home.
• Photo-Original: For viewing photographs.
Represents the picture quality used when
imaging developed photographs.
• Photo-Custom: For viewing photographs.
Allows you to store your preferred settings.
• Sports: Provides the optimum picture quality
for viewing sports.
• Game: Most suitable for when playing games
on your TV.
• Graphics: Provides the optimum picture quality
for viewing graphics.
Reset
Resets all the “Picture” settings to the factory
settings excluding “Target Inputs”, “Picture
Mode” and “Advanced Settings”.
Backlight
Adjusts the brightness of the backlight.
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Picture
Contrast
Increases or decreases picture contrast.
Brightness
Brightens or darkens the picture.
Colour
Increases or decreases colour intensity.
Hue
Increases or decreases the green tones and red
tones.
• “Hue” can be adjusted only for the NTSC colour
signal (e.g. U.S.A. video tapes).
Colour Temperature
Adjusts the whiteness of the picture.
• Cool: Gives white colours a blue tint.
• Neutral: Gives white colours a neutral tint.
• Warm 1/Warm 2: Gives white colours a red tint.
“Warm 2” gives a redder tint than “Warm 1”.
• “Warm 1” and “Warm 2” are not available
when “Picture Mode” is set to “Vivid” (or
“Photo-Vivid”).
Sharpness
Sharpens or softens the picture.
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Picture
Noise Reduction
Reduces the noise level of pictures (snowy
pictures).
MPEG Noise Reduction
Reduces picture noise in MPEG-compressed
videos. This is effective when viewing a DVD or
digital broadcast.
Motionflow
Provides smoother picture movement and
reduces picture blur.
• High: Provides smoother picture movement
such as for film-based contents.
• Standard: Provides smooth picture movement.
Use this setting for standard use.
• Off: Use this setting when the “High” or
“Standard” settings result in noise.
• Depending on the video, you may not see the
effect visually, even if you have changed the
setting.
Film Mode
Provides improved picture movement when
playing DVD or VCR images taken on film,
reducing picture blur and graininess.
• Auto 1: Provides smoother picture movement
than the original film-based content. Use this
setting for standard use.
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Picture
• Auto 2: Provides the original film-based
content as is.
• Off
• If the image contains irregular signals or too
much noise, “Film Mode” is automatically
turned off even if “Auto 1” or “Auto 2” is
selected.
Advanced Settings
Allows you to set “Picture” settings in more
detail. These settings are not available when
“Picture Mode” is set to “Vivid” (or “PhotoVivid”).
• Reset: Resets all the advanced settings to the
factory settings.
• Black Corrector: Enhances black areas of the
picture for stronger contrast.
• Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Automatically adjusts
“Backlight” and “Contrast” to the most suitable
settings judging from the brightness of the
screen. This setting is especially effective for
dark images scenes, and will increase the
contrast distinction of the darker picture
scenes.
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Picture
• Gamma: Adjusts the balance between bright
and dark areas of the picture.
• Auto Light Limiter: Reduces glare such as in
scenes where the entire screen is white.
• Clear White: Emphasises white colours.
• Colour Space: Changes the colour reproduction
gamut. “Wide” reproduces the vivid colour and
“Standard” reproduces the standard colour.
• “Live Colour” is not available when “Colour
Space” is set to “Standard”.
• Live Colour: Makes colours more vivid.
• White Balance: Adjusts the temperature of
each colour.
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Sound
Target Inputs
Allows you to select whether to use the common
settings or to make custom settings for the input
you are currently viewing.
• Common: Applies common settings to all
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to
“Common”.
• Name of current input (e.g. AV1): Allows you
to make custom settings for the input.
Sound Mode
Sets a sound mode. “Sound Mode” includes
options best suited for video and photographs,
respectively. The options that can be selected
differ depending on the scene select settings.
• Dynamic: Enhances the treble and bass sounds.
• Standard: For standard sounds. Recommended
for home entertainment.
• Clear Voice: Makes voice sound clearer.
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Sound
Reset
Resets all the “Sound” settings to the factory
settings excluding “Target Inputs”, “Sound
Mode” and “Dual Sound”.
Treble
Adjusts higher-pitched sounds.
Bass
Adjusts lower-pitched sounds.
Balance
Emphasises the left or right speaker.
Auto Volume
Keeps volume level constant across all
programmes and adverts (e.g. adverts tend to be
louder than programmes).
Volume Offset
Adjusts the volume level of the current input
relative to other inputs, when “Target Inputs” is
set to the current input name (e.g. AV1).
Surround
Allows you to select the suitable surround
effects depending on the genre of TV programme
(movie, sport, music, etc.) or video game.
The options that can be selected differ
depending on the “Scene Select” settings.
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Sound
• S-FORCE Front Surround: Delivers surround
effects that help you enjoy the virtual multi-ch
surround audio with just the two internal TV
speakers.
• Cinema: Delivers surround effects just like the
high-grade audio systems found in movie
theatres.
• Music: Delivers surround effects that make you
feel like you are surrounded by sound as in a
music hall.
• Sports: Delivers surround effects that make
you feel like you are watching a live sports
contest.
• Game: Delivers surround effects that enhance
game sound.
• Off: Converts and reproduces multi-ch audio to
2ch audio. In the case of other audio formats,
the original audio is reproduced.
Voice Zoom
Adjusts the sound level of human voices. For
example, if the voice of a news announcer is
indistinct, you can turn up this setting to make
the voice louder. Conversely, if you are watching
a sports programme, you can turn down this
setting to soften the voice of the commentator.
Sound Enhancer
Reproduces clear sound by complementing highfrequency sounds.
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Sound
Sound Booster
Produces a fuller sound for more impact, by
emphasizing the treble and bass sounds.
Dual Sound
Sets the sound from the speaker for a stereo or
bilingual broadcast.
• Stereo/Mono: For stereo broadcasts.
• A/B/Mono: For bilingual broadcasts, select “A”
for sound channel 1, “B” for sound channel 2,
or “Mono” for mono channel, if available.
• For other equipment connected to the TV, set
“Dual Sound” to “Stereo”, “A”, or “B”.
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Screen (for inputs other than a PC)
Target Inputs
Allows you to select whether to use the common
settings or to make custom settings for the input
you are currently viewing.
• Common: Applies common settings to all
inputs in which “Target Inputs” is set to
“Common”.
• Name of current input (e.g. AV1): Allows you
to make custom settings for the input.
Screen Format
See “To change the Screen Format manually”
(30).
Auto Format
Automatically changes “Screen Format” to match
the broadcast signal. If you want to use the
setting that you specified in “Screen Format”,
select “Off”.
4:3 Default
Sets the default screen format for 4:3
broadcasts.
• Smart: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts
with an imitation wide screen effect.
• 4:3: Displays conventional 4:3 broadcasts in
the correct proportion.
• Off: Uses the setting that you specified in
“Screen Format”.
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Screen (for inputs other than a PC)
Display Area
Adjusts the picture display area.
• Auto: Automatically switches to the most
appropriate display area.
• Full Pixel: Displays pictures in their original
size when parts of the picture are cut off.
• +1: Displays pictures in their original size.
• Normal: Displays pictures in their
recommended size.
• -1/-2: Enlarges the picture so that the edges
are outside the visible display area.
Horizontal Shift
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Vertical Shift
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture when
“Screen Format” is set to “Smart”, “Zoom” or
“14:9”.
Vertical Size
Adjusts the vertical size of the picture when
“Screen Format” is set to “Smart”.
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Screen (for PC input)
Auto Adjustment
Automatically adjusts the display position,
phase, and pitch of the picture when the TV
receives an input signal from the connected PC.
• “Auto Adjustment” may not work well with
certain input signals. In such cases, manually
adjust “Phase”, “Pitch”, “Horizontal Shift”, and
“Vertical Shift”.
Reset
Resets all PC screen settings to factory settings.
Phase
Adjusts the phase when the screen flickers.
Pitch
Adjusts the pitch when the picture has unwanted
vertical stripes.
Horizontal Shift
Adjusts the horizontal position of the picture.
Vertical Shift
Adjusts the vertical position of the picture.
Screen Format
Sets “Screen Format” for displaying pictures
from your PC.
• Normal: Displays the picture in its original size.
• Full 1: Enlarges the picture to fill the vertical
display area, while maintaining its original
proportion.
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Screen (for PC input)
• Full 2: Enlarges the picture to fill the display
area.
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Video Settings
x.v.Colour
Displays moving pictures more faithfully to the
original source by matching the colour space of
the TV to that of the source.
• If the input signal is HDMI (RGB), the setting is
automatically set to “Normal”, even if you
select “x.v.Colour”.
Photo Colour Space
Selects an option (sRGB, sYCC, Adobe RGB) to
set the picture quality best suited to the colour
space of the photograph.
If equipment converts the output colour space of
a photograph from sYCC or Adobe RGB to
x.v.Colour or xvYCC, select “sYCC”. Results in
picture quality best suited to the original colour
space.
If an RGB signal is being input through HDMI
input, automatically set to “sRGB” even if you
have selected “sYCC”.
Colour System
Sets the colour system (“Auto”, “PAL”, “SECAM”,
“NTSC3.58”, or “NTSC4.43”) according to the
input signal from the input source.
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Audio Settings
Speaker
• TV Speaker: Turns on and outputs the TV’s
sound from the TV speakers.
• Audio System: Turns off the TV speakers and
outputs the TV’s sound from external audio
equipment connected to the audio output
sockets/jacks on the TV.
Audio Out
• Variable: When using an external audio system,
volume output from audio out can be
controlled using the TV’s remote.
• Fixed: The audio output of the TV is fixed. Use
your audio receiver’s volume control to adjust
the volume (and other audio settings) through
your audio system.
Headphone Settings
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•
Speaker Link: Switches the TV’s internal
speakers on/off when you connect headphones
to the TV.
•
Volume: Adjusts the volume of the
headphones when “ Speaker Link” is set to
“Off”.
•
Dual Sound: Sets the sound from the
headphones for a bilingual broadcast.
Audio Settings
Optical Out
Sets the audio signal that is output from the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) jack of the TV. Set
to “Auto”, when connecting equipment
compatible with Dolby Digital. Set to “PCM”,
when connecting equipment not compatible with
Dolby Digital.
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Set-up
USB Auto Start
Automatically starts photo playback when the TV
is turned on and a digital still camera or other
device storing photo files is connected to the
USB port then turned on.
Quick Start
The TV turns on faster than usual by turning on
the power using the remote. However, power
consumption in standby mode is approximately
20 watts higher than usual. Up to 3 out of 5
time zones can be set.
• Playback does not start automatically if the TV
is turned on after connecting the digital still
camera or other device to the USB port.
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Set-up
AV Preset
Assigns an icon or name to equipment
connected to the side and rear sockets/jacks.
The icon and name appear briefly on the screen
when you select the equipment.
- Always Display: Always displays the icon and
name regardless of whether or not the
equipment is connected.
- Skip: Does not display the icon and name
even if the equipment is connected.
1 Press
to select the desired input source,
then press .
• Skip AV Inputs: For each input, sets whether
or not to display on the Home Menu or in a
list of inputs that will appear when you press
.
- Auto: Displays the icon and name only when
the equipment is connected (except for AV1
or AV2 inputs).
2 Press to assign an icon and name.
• Label AV Inputs: Uses preset labels to assign
a name to connected equipment. Allows you
to create your own label when you select
“Edit”.
- Edit: Allows you to edit the name in the edit
screen and choose the appropriate icon.
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Set-up
AV2 Input
Sets a signal to be input through the socket
labelled
/ /
AV2 on the rear of the TV.
• Auto: Switches automatically among the
signals of RGB input, S video input, Composite
video input depending on the input signal.
• RGB: Inputs the RGB signal.
• S Video: Inputs the S Video signal.
• Composite: Inputs the Composite video signal.
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Sets a signal to be output to the
/ /
AV2 socket. If you connect a VCR or other
recording equipment to the
/ /
AV2
socket, you can record the output signal from
other equipment connected to the TV.
• TV: Outputs TV broadcasts.
• AV1: Outputs signals from equipment
connected to the
/
AV1 socket.
• AV3: Outputs signals from equipment
connected to the
AV3 socket.
• Auto: Outputs whatever is being viewed on the
screen (except signals from the
/
COMPONENT IN, HDMI IN1, 2, 3, or 4, and PC
IN
/ sockets).
Set-up
• This function may have some restrictions
depending on the input displayed.
HDMI Set-up
Allows the TV to communicate with equipment
that is compatible with the Control for HDMI
function, and connected to the HDMI sockets/
jacks of the TV. Note that communication
settings must also be made on the connected
equipment.
• Control for HDMI: Sets whether or not to link
the operations of the TV and the connected
equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI. When set to “On”, the following
functions are available.
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If the specific Sony equipment that is
compatible with Control for HDMI is connected,
this setting is applied to the connected
equipment automatically when the “Control for
HDMI” is set to “On” using the TV.
• Auto Devices Off: When this is set to “On”, the
connected equipment that is compatible with
Control for HDMI turns off when you turn off
the TV.
• Auto TV On: When this is set to “On”, the TV
turns on when you turn on the connected
equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
• Tuner Box Control: If set to “Advanced”, you
can select a channel tuned by connected
equipment using the TV’s remote.
Set-up
• HDMI Device List: Displays a list of connected
equipment that is compatible with Control for
HDMI.
• You cannot use “Control for HDMI” if the TV
operations are linked to the operations of an
audio system that is compatible with Control
for HDMI.
Auto Start-up
You can run the initial Set-up that appeared
when you first connected the TV, and select the
language and country/area, or tune in all
available channels again.
Even if you have made the settings when you
first connected the TV, you may need to change
the settings after moving house, or to search for
newly launched channels.
Logo Illumination
Lights up and turns off the Sony logo on the
front of the TV.
Language
Sets the language displayed on the menu
screens.
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Set-up
Product Information
Displays product information of the TV.
Factory Settings
Resets all settings to factory settings except for
the “Favourite” settings and programme preset
data. After completing this process, the initial
set-up screen is displayed. Completing auto
tuning in initial set-up will reset the settings
that are not reset by “Factory Settings”. To retain
the settings, skip the “Auto Tuning”.
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Analogue Set-up
Programme List Display
Select “Off” to hide the list of analogue channels
from the XMB™ (XrossMediaBar).
1 Digit Direct
When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you can
select an analogue channel using one preset
number button (0 – 9) on the remote.
Auto Tuning
Tunes in all the available analogue channels.
You can retune the TV after moving house, or to
search for newly launched channels.
• When “1 Digit Direct” is set to “On”, you
cannot select channel numbers 10 and above
by entering two digits on the remote.
Favourite Set-up
Allows you to set your favourite channels by
assigning the desired channel numbers.
To reset the favourite channels, select “– – –”.
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Analogue Set-up
Programme Sorting
Changes the order of analogue channels stored
in the TV.
1 Press
to select the channel you want to
move to a new position, then press .
2 Press
to select the new position for the
channel, then press .
Programme Labels
Assigns a channel name of your choice, up to
five letters or numbers. The name appears
briefly on the screen when you select the
channel. (Names for channels are usually taken
automatically from Text (if available).)
1 Press
to select the channel you want to
name, then press .
2 Press
to select the desired letter or
number (“_” for a blank space), then press
If you enter a wrong character:
.
Press
to select the wrong character. Then,
press
to select the correct character.
3 Repeat step 2 until you finish entering the
name.
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Analogue Set-up
4 Press to exit the labeling procedure.
Intelligent Picture
• On with Indicator: Automatically reduces the
picture noise. The signal level bar is displayed
when the channel is changed or the display is
changed from an input screen to a TV
programme.
• On: Automatically reduces the picture noise.
• Off: Turns off the “Intelligent Picture” feature.
Manual Programme Preset
To preset a channel, press PROG +/– to select
the programme number, before selecting
“Label”, “AFT”, “Audio Filter”, “Skip”, “Decoder”,
or “LNA”. You cannot select a programme
number that is set to “Skip” (119).
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• Programme/System/Channel: Allows you to
preset programme channels manually.
1 Press
.
to select “Programme”, then press
2 Press
to select the programme number
you want to manually tune (if tuning a VCR,
select channel 00), then press .
3 Press
to select “System”, then press
4 Press
to select one of the following TV
broadcast systems, then press .
B/G: For western European countries/areas
I: For the United Kingdom
D/K: For eastern European countries/areas
L: For France
.
Analogue Set-up
5 Press
to select “Channel”, then press
.
6 Press
to select “S” (for cable channels) or
“C” (for terrestrial channels), then press .
7 Tune the channels as follows:
If you do not know the channel number
(Frequency):
Press
to search for the next available
channel. The search stops when a channel is
found. To continue searching, press
.
If you know the channel number (Frequency):
Press the number buttons to enter the channel
number of the broadcast you want to tune, or
the channel number of your VCR.
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8 Press to jump to “Confirm”, then press .
Repeat the above procedure to preset other
channels manually.
• Label: Assigns a name of your choice to the
selected channel. This name appears briefly on
the screen when you select the channel.
To input characters, follow steps 2 to 4 in
“Programme Labels” (116).
• AFT: Allows you to fine-tune the selected
channel manually if you feel that a slight
tuning adjustment may improve picture quality.
When “On” is selected, fine tuning
adjustments are made automatically.
Analogue Set-up
• Audio Filter: Improves the sound of individual
channels when distortion occurs in mono
broadcasts.
• You cannot receive stereo or dual sound when
“Low” or “High” is selected.
• Skip: Skips unused analogue channels when
you press PROG +/– to select channels. To
select channels you have programmed to skip,
use the corresponding number buttons.
• LNA: Improves the picture quality of the
channel (noisy picture) when the broadcast
signal is very weak.
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• Confirm: Saves changes you have made to the
“Manual Programme Preset” settings.
Digital Set-up
Subtitle Set-up
• Subtitle Setting: When set to “For Hard Of
Hearing”, visual aids for the hearing impaired
are displayed with the subtitles (when such
visual aids are available).
• Preferred Language: Allows you to select the
language of the subtitles.
Audio Set-up
• Audio Type: Switches to broadcast for the
hearing impaired when you select “For Hard Of
Hearing”.
• Preferred Language: Sets the language to be
used for a programme. Some digital channels
may broadcast several audio languages for a
programme.
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• Audio Description: Provides audio description
(narration) of visual information, when such
information is available.
• Mixing Level: Adjusts the TV main audio and
“Audio Description” output levels.
• Dynamic Range: Compensates for differences
in the audio level between different channels
(only for Dolby Digital audio).
Digital Set-up
• The effect may not function or may vary
depending on the programme regardless of the
“Dynamic Range” setting.
• MPEG Audio Level: Adjusts the MPEG audio
sound level.
Digital Tuning
• Digital Auto Tuning: Tunes in the available
digital channels.
You can retune the TV after moving house, or
to search for newly launched channels.
• Programme List: Allows you to hide, lock or
change order of digital channels stored in the
TV.
1 Press
to select the channel you want to
lock, hide or move to another position.
2 Lock, hide or change order of the digital
channels as follows:
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Digital Set-up
To lock/unlock a digital channel:
Press the yellow button.
To hide/unhide a digital channel:
Press the blue button.
To change the order of the digital channels:
Press , then press
to select the new
position for the channel and press .
• For satellite channels, it is possible to
perform these operations on each individual
satellite.
To select a satellite:
Press OPTIONS, then press
satellite
to select the
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3 Press RETURN/BACK.
• Digital Manual Tuning: Tunes the digital
channels manually. This feature is available
when “Digital Auto Tuning” is set to “Antenna”.
1 Press the number buttons to enter the
channel number you want to tune, or press
.
2 When the available channels are found, press
to select the channel you want to store,
then press .
3 Press
to select the channel number
where you want to store the new channel,
then press .
Repeat the above procedure to tune other
channels.
Digital Set-up
• LNA: Improves the picture quality of the
channel (noisy picture) when the broadcast
signal is very weak.
Satellite Tuning
• Satellite Auto Tuning: Tunes in the available
satellite channels. You can choose up to 4
different satellite connections thanks to the
DiSEqC 1.0 management. Next settings are
independent for each connection. To set-up a
DiSEqC input, use the "LNB Configuration".
- LNB Configuration: In case of non-standard
LNB, you can set it up manually.
- Scan Type: If no channel is found using
"Network Scan", try "Full Scan".
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- Transponder: In "Network Scan" or "Scan for
new services" mode, you can enter the
transponder settings manually.
- Advanced settings: Allows you to set tuning
settings in more detail to better find the type
of services you want to tune.
• Programme List: Displays the channel list.
• Freesat Settings: You can make advanced
settings and adjustments for Freesat.
Digital Set-up
Radio Display
Displays the screen wallpaper when you listen to
a radio broadcast. You can select the screen
wallpaper colour, display a random colour or view
a slideshow (50) (78). To cancel the screen
wallpaper display temporarily, press any button.
Parental Lock
Sets an age restriction to viewing. To view any
programme rated for ages above the age you
specify, enter the correct PIN code.
PIN Code
Enter your PIN code to activate “Parental Lock”.
You can also change the PIN code.
• PIN code 9999 is always accepted.
Technical Set­up
• Auto Service Update: Enables the TV to detect
and store new digital services as they become
available.
• System Update: Enables the TV to
automatically receive free software updates
through your existing aerial/antenna/cable
(when issued). We recommend that you leave
the setting to “On” at all times.
• System Information: Displays the current
software version and the signal level.
• Time Zone: Allows you to manually select the
time zone you are in, if it is not the same as
the default time zone setting for your country/
area.
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Digital Set-up
• Auto DST: Select “On” to automatically switch
between summer time and winter time
according to the calendar.
• Service Replacement: Select “On” to
automatically change the channel when
broadcaster changes transmission of the
viewing programme to a different channel.
CA Module Set-up
Provides access to a pay TV service after you
obtain a Conditional Access Module (CAM) and a
view card. See the location of the (PCMCIA)
socket (41).
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Network Settings
Network
• IP Address Settings:
- Manual: Allows you to set the network
settings according to your network
environment.
- DHCP (DNS manual): Automatically acquires
the network settings except for DNS server
settings. You can manually set the DNS
settings.
- DHCP (DNS automatic): Automatically
acquires the network settings through the
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server
function of the router or Internet service
provider.
• Test: Diagnoses whether the network is
correctly connected.
• IP Address/Subnet Mask/Default Gateway/
Primary DNS/Secondary DNS: You need to
configure each item when “Manual” is selected
in “IP Address Settings”.
When “DHCP (DNS manual)” is selected, be
sure to enter “Primary DNS” and “Secondary
DNS” server addresses manually.
• MAC Address: Displays the “MAC address”,
which is a fixed, globally unique identifier of
the network device.
Server Display Settings
Displays the connected server list and allows you
to select the server you want to display on the
Home Menu.
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Network Settings
Server Diagnostics
Diagnoses whether the TV can connect to each
server on the home network.
Renderer Function
Enables playback of photo/music/video files on
the TV through other control devices on the
network, such as a digital still camera or mobile
phone.
Renderer Access Control
Allows you to specify the accessible controller to
the TV. When this setting is set to “On”, you can
playback Photo/Music/Video files on the TV
using the controller.
Renderer Set-up
• Automatic Access Permission: Allows you to
select whether to permit access to the TV
automatically when a network device accesses
the TV for the first time.
• Renderer Name: Allows you to set the name of
the TV to be shown on the controller.
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Troubleshooting
Check whether the
in red.
(standby) indicator is flashing
When the (standby) indicator is flashing
The self-diagnosis function is activated.
When the (standby) indicator is not flashing
1 Check the items in the tables below.
2 If the problem persists, have your TV serviced by
qualified service personnel.
1 Count how many times the (standby) indicator
flashes between each two second break.
For example, the indicator may flash three
times, go off for two seconds, then flash again
three times.
2 Press on the TV to turn it off, disconnect the
mains lead, and inform your dealer or Sony
service centre of how the indicator flashes
(number of flashes).
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Troubleshooting
Picture
There is no picture (screen is dark) and no
sound.
• Check the aerial/antenna/cable connection.
• Connect the TV to the mains/AC power, and
press on the TV.
• If the (standby) indicator lights up in red,
press TV
.
No picture or menu information from equipment
connected to the scart connector appears on the
screen.
• Press
to display the list of inputs, then
select the desired input.
• Check the connection between the optional
equipment and the TV.
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Ghosting occurs, or double images appear.
• Check the aerial/antenna/cable connection.
• Check the aerial/antenna location and
direction.
Only snow and noise appear on the screen.
• Check if the aerial/antenna is broken or bent.
• Check if the aerial/antenna has reached the
end of its serviceable life (three to five years
for normal use, one to two years when used
at the seaside).
There is picture or sound noise when viewing a
TV channel.
• Adjust “AFT” (Automatic Fine Tuning) to
obtain better picture reception (118).
Troubleshooting
Tiny black points and/or bright points appear on
the screen.
• The screen is composed of pixels. Tiny black
points and/or bright points (pixels) on the
screen do not indicate a malfunction.
The picture contours are distorted.
• Select “Standard” or “Off” in “Motionflow”
(95).
• Change the current setting of “Film Mode” to
other settings (95).
The picture is not displayed in colour.
• Select “Reset” (93).
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The picture from equipment connected to the
COMPONENT IN sockets is not displayed in
colour, or is displayed in irregular colours.
• Check the connection of the
COMPONENT
IN sockets and check if the sockets are firmly
seated in their respective sockets.
No picture from the connected equipment
appears on the screen.
• Turn the connected equipment on.
• Check the cable connection.
• Press
to display the list of inputs, then
select the desired input.
• Correctly insert the memory card or other
storage device in the digital still camera.
Troubleshooting
• Use a digital still camera memory card or
other storage device that has been formatted
according to the instruction manual supplied
with the digital still camera.
• Operations are not guaranteed for all USB
devices. Also, operations differ depending on
the features of the USB device and the video
being played.
You cannot select the connected equipment on
the Home Menu or you cannot switch the input.
• Check the cable connection.
• Set the server to be displayed on the Home
Menu (83).
Sound
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The picture is good, but there is no sound.
• Press
+/– or (Mute).
• Check if the “Speaker” is set to “TV Speaker”
(107).
• When using HDMI input with Super Audio CD
or DVD-Audio, DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
may not output audio signals.
Troubleshooting
Channels
You cannot select your desired channel.
• Switch between digital and analogue mode,
and select the desired digital/analogue
channel.
Some channels are blank.
• The channel is for scrambled/subscription
service only. Subscribe to a pay TV service.
• The channel is used only for data (no picture
or sound).
• Contact the broadcaster for transmission
details.
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You cannot view digital channels.
• Contact a local installer to find out if digital
transmissions are provided in your area.
• Upgrade to a higher gain aerial/antenna.
Troubleshooting
Home Network
Connection diagnostic results indicate a failure.
Check Connections
• Use a straight cable for the LAN cable.
• Check if the cable is connected firmly.
• Check the connection between the TV and the
router.
Check Settings
• Change the IP address for the DNS server
(“Checking the Network Connection” (81))
while referring to the following.
- Contact your Internet service provider.
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- Specify the IP address of the router if you
do not know the DNS of your Internet
service provider.
The server cannot be found, a list cannot be
retrieved, and playback fails
• Once server settings are changed, turn the TV
off and on by pressing on the TV.
• Execute “Server Diagnostics” (83).
When using a PC as the server
• Check if the PC is turned on. Do not turn off
the PC while accessing.
Troubleshooting
• If security software is installed on the PC, be
sure to allow connections from external
devices. For details, refer to the manual
supplied with your security software.
• The load on the PC may be too high or the
server application may become unstable. Try
the following:
- Stop the server application and restart it.
- Restart the PC.
- Reduce the number of applications running
on the PC.
- Reduce the amount of content.
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Changes on the server are not being applied or
displayed content differs from content on the
server.
• Sometimes changes are not applied to
displays on the TV even though content has
been added and/or deleted on the server. If
this happens, go back up one level and try
opening the folder or server again.
Photo, music and/or video files do not appear or
icons are not displayed.
Preliminary Check
• Check that the connected device supports
DLNA.
Troubleshooting
• Operations are not guaranteed for all servers.
Also, operations differ depending on the
features of the server and the content in
question.
• Turn the connected device on.
Check Connections
• Check that the LAN cable and/or mains lead/
AC power cord of the server has not become
disconnected.
Check Settings
• Check that the connected device is registered
under “Server Display Settings” (83).
• Check that the server is correctly configured.
• Check that the selected device is connected
to the network and can be accessed.
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• If the “IP Address Settings” in “Network”
under “Network Settings” is set to “DHCP
(DNS automatic)” or “DHCP (DNS manual)”, it
may take some time to recognise devices if
there is no DHCP server. Execute “Server
Diagnostics” (83).
The TV cannot be found from renderercompatible device (the controller)
Check Connections
• Check that the LAN cable and/or mains lead
of the server has not become disconnected.
Check Settings
• Check if the “Renderer Function” is activated
(127).
Troubleshooting
• Check that the connected device is registered
under “Renderer Access Control” (127).
Only a few icons appear under the “Network“ in
the Home Menu
• This is normal when internet connection is
not available.
You can use three pre-installed Widgets
properly. To enjoy more Widgets, please check
that the LAN cable and/or mains lead/AC
power cord of the router/modem has not
become disconnected. (*)
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You have been using registered Widgets, but
now some contents won't appear on the
Widgets.
• Check that the LAN cable and/or mains lead/
AC power cord of the router/modem has not
become disconnected. (*)
• There's a possibility that the Widget
Provider's server is out of service. Please try
using the Widget later.
(*)
Your router/modem must be properly set to
connect to the internet in advance. Please
contact your Internet Service Provider for the
router/modem settings.
Troubleshooting
General
Auto Setup (freesat) is stopped before it is
completed.
• Check connections and dish alignment. The
dish needs to be pointing at Astra 2 at 28.2°
East, and Eurobird 1 at 28.5° East.
• If the problem persists, consult your freesat
registered retailer or call Freesat (UK) Ltd on
0844 881 6700 or visit www.freesat.co.uk
The TV’s power cannot be turned on.
• Check if ENERGY SAVING SWITCH is on (7).
Some programmes cannot be tuned.
• Check the aerial or dish.
• The satellite cable might be short-circuited or
there might be connection problems of the
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cable. Please check the cable and connection
and then turn the TV Off with the Mains
power On/Off switch, and turn it On again.
• The frequency you entered is out of range.
Please consult the received satellite
broadcasting company.
Troubleshooting
Distorted picture and/or sound.
• Keep the TV away from electrical noise
sources such as cars, motorcycles, hair-dryers
or optical equipment.
• When installing optional equipment, leave
some space between the optional equipment
and the TV.
• Check the aerial/cable connection.
• Keep the aerial/cable TV cable away from
other connecting cables.
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The TV turns off automatically (the TV enters
standby mode).
• Check if the “Sleep Timer” is activated, or
confirm the “Duration” setting of “On Timer”
(90).
• Check if the “Idle TV Standby” is activated
(91).
• If no signal is received and no operation is
performed in the TV mode for 10 minutes,
the TV automatically switches to standby
mode.
The TV turns on automatically.
• Check if the “On Timer” is activated (90).
Troubleshooting
Some input sources cannot be selected.
• Select “AV Preset” and cancel the “Skip”
setting for the input source (110).
The remote does not function.
• Replace the batteries.
HDMI equipment does not appear on “HDMI
Device List”.
• Check that your equipment is compatible with
Control for HDMI.
You cannot select “Off” in “Control for HDMI”.
• If you have connected any audio system that
is compatible with Control for HDMI, you
cannot select “Off” in this menu. If you want
to change the audio output to the TV speaker,
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select “TV Speaker” in the “Speaker” menu
(107).
Not all channels are tuned for cable.
• Check the support website for cable provide
information.
http://support.sony-europe.com/TV/DVBC/
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