Let's get started Parental controls Follow steps your TV. to Turn on your TV and set the input to HDMI. Connect to the Internet. Connect to your TV. below to connect your PlayStation®4 system to Rear view We recommend use of a LAN cable (sold separately) for a more stable network connection. If you prefer to use a wireless connection (Wi-Fi), don't connect a LAN cable. Turn on your PS4™ system by pressing the (power) button. The power indicator blinks blue, and then turns white. Rear view Connect your DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller to your system using the USB cable, and then press the (PS) button. Your controller pairs with your system and turns on. Front view Front view AC IN connector HDMI OUT port Make it your own. You're almost done! Follow the on-screen instructions to set up an Internet connection, set the date and time, and configure other settings - then select [Start Now] from the setup screen. After you set up your Internet connection, a system software update may automatically download. Future updates will improve performance and add new features. Will a child be using your PS4™ system? If so, be sure to read the "Parental controls" section. HDMI input port LAN port USB port USB port If children will be using the PS4™ system, parents or guardians can restrict access to certain content or features using parental controls. For details on what can be restricted and how to set restrictions, refer to the User's Guide. manuals.playstation.net/gb/01.html You can restrict the use of games that have age limitations by setting the parental control level according to the following table. Australia USB cable Player's Age Power button/Power indicator AC power cord Type of connection: Router HDMI® cable PS4™ Parental Control Setting Internet connected device such as a modem 0-14 15-17 15-17 18 and over 1 3 7 8 9 Any 0-12 13-15 16 and over 1 3 7 9 Highest game age rating To an electricity supply LAN cable (sold separately) Any PS button To the Internet New Zealand Player's Age Get the most out of your PS4™ system by connecting to the Internet. You’ll be able to play games online and connect with Friends. Quick Start Guide English CUH-2002A If your TV does not display a picture when the power indicator turns white, restart your system. Press the (power) button for at least 7 seconds to turn off your system, and then turn it on again. •• You'll need to pair a controller when you use it for the first time and when you use your controller on another PS4™ system. If you want to use two or more controllers, you must pair each controller. •• After you've paired your controller, you can disconnect the USB cable and use your controller wirelessly. •• It's possible to use up to four controllers at the same time. When you press the (PS) button, the light bar glows in your assigned color. The first controller to connect is blue, with subsequent controllers glowing red, green, and pink. To later change any settings that you skipped, select function screen. (Settings) from the PS4™ Parental Control Setting Highest game age rating © 2016 Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. Printed in China 4-594-732-41(1) Take a look around Function screen Access PS4™ system features, including notifications, your Friends List, and settings. Let's play Share your gaming experience Sign in to PlayStation™Network Start the game Connect the mono headset Share your gameplay online View shared gameplay Insert a disc. Select the game from the content area to start playing. For in-game voice chat, plug the mono headset into your controller's stereo headset jack. Press the SHARE button and choose one of these options for sharing your gameplay online. Use (Live from PlayStation) to view broadcasts, video clips, or screenshots shared by other players. PlayStation™Network is an online service that lets you expand your enjoyment of your PS4™ system. When you sign in, you can use the share feature as well as a wide variety of other features and services. Front view Mono headset SHARE button Microphone Up button Connect with Friends MIC switch Return to the home screen from a game Down button Home screen Content area Access your games and other content. To return to the home screen without ending a game, press the button. To resume playing the game, select it from the content area. (PS) End the game Press and hold the Charge your controller With your PS4™ system either on or in rest mode, connect your controller using a USB cable. For details on rest mode, read the "Shutting down" section. (PS) button, and then select [Close Application]. Eject the disc Press the Up button (eject) button. Light bar Front view Down button Upload a screenshot Capture a screenshot of your gameplay and upload it (Messages) to send to your social networks, or use it to Friends. Play a game together Use (Share Play) to share the game screen with another player and play the same game together. Send messages Chat To sign in to PlayStation™Network, you must have a Sony Entertainment Network account. For details on signing in, refer to the User's Guide. manuals.playstation.net/gb/03.html Upload a video clip Your PS4™ system continuously records the last 15 minutes of gameplay. You can upload a video clip of the recorded gameplay to your social networks. USB port USB cable Content info screen The latest information about the selected content is displayed. To the PS4™ system Eject button To charge your controller while your system is in rest mode, select an option (Settings) > [Power Saving Settings] > [Set Features other than [Off] in Available in Rest Mode] > [Supply Power to USB Ports]. Broadcast your gameplay live Broadcast your gameplay to a live streaming service so others can watch your adventures. For details on the share feature, refer to the User's Guide. manuals.playstation.net/gb/02.html Further information User's Guide Caution Disconnect the AC power cord from the electrical outlet only when the power indicator is off. If you disconnect it while the power indicator is lit or blinking, data might be lost or become corrupted, and you might damage your system. Be sure to read the "Turn off your system completely" section below. Find out about everything your PS4™ system can do. Learn how to (Settings) > configure settings and how to use each function. Select (User's Guide) from the function screen. You can also view the User's Guide by visiting: manuals.playstation.net/document/gb/ps4/ You must have an Internet connection to view the User’s Guide. Put your system in rest mode When your system is in rest mode, it keeps operating, but at a lower power consumption. You can configure your system to download files and charge a controller while it's in rest mode. Download games Clip Stereo headset jack Shutting down PlayStation®Store and PlayStation™Network subject to terms and country and language restrictions, see eu.playstation.com/legal for details. Users are responsible for Internet service fees. Users must be 7 years or older and users under 18 require parental consent. Additional age restrictions may apply. Charges apply for some content and/or services. Service availability is not guaranteed. Select (Power) from the function screen, and then select [Power Options] > [Enter Rest Mode]. The power indicator blinks white, and then turns orange. (PS) button. To exit rest mode, press the Safety Guide Learn how to use your PS4™ system safely. This manual also contains information about specifications. Be sure to read it before using your system. Turn off your system completely Select (Power) from the function screen, and then select [Turn Off PS4]. The power indicator blinks white, and then turns off. Power indicator White System is on. Orange System is in rest mode. Off System is off. " ", "PlayStation", " ", "DUALSHOCK", " trademarks of Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. "SONY", " Corporation. " and " " are registered trademarks or " and "Sony Entertainment Network" are registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and other countries. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 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