Sony BDV-E780W Operating instructions

Sony BDV-E780W Operating instructions
4-288-248-11(1)
Blu-ray Disc/DVD
Home Theatre
System
Operating Instructions
BDV-E980W/BDV-E780W
comply with FCC technical
regulations.
WARNING
Do not install the appliance in a
confined space, such as a bookcase
or built-in cabinet.
To reduce the risk of fire, do not
cover the ventilation opening of the
apparatus with newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, etc. Do not
place the naked flame sources such
as lighted candles on the apparatus.
Do not expose batteries or
apparatus with battery-installed to
excessive heat such as sunshine,
fire or the like.
To prevent injury, this apparatus
must be securely attached to the
floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
Indoor use only.
This appliance is classified as a
CLASS 1 LASER product. This
marking is located on the rear
exterior.
For the customers in
the U.S.A.
To reduce the risk of fire
or electric shock, do not
expose this apparatus to
rain or moisture.
These following indications are
located on the rear exterior.
CAUTION
The use of optical instruments with
this product will increase eye
hazard. As the laser beam used in
this Blu-ray Disc / DVD Home
Theatre System is harmful to eyes,
do not attempt to disassemble the
cabinet.
Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the
product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
This symbol is intended to
alert the user to the
presence of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the
appliance.
Owner’s Record
This appliance is classified as a
CLASS 3R LASER product.
Visible and invisible laser radiation
is emitted when the laser protective
housing is opened, so be sure to
avoid direct eye exposure.
This marking is located on the laser
protective housing inside the
enclosure.
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The model and serial numbers are
located on the bottom exterior of
the unit. Record these numbers in
the space provided below. Refer to
them whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. BDV-E780W
Serial No.______________
The following FCC statement
applies only to the version of this
model manufactured for sale in the
U.S.A. Other versions may not
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the
following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna (aerial).
– Increase the separation between
the equipment and receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an
outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes
or modifications not expressly
approved in this manual could void
your authority to operate this
equipment.
Properly shielded and grounded
cables and connectors must be used
for connection to host computers
and/or peripherals in order to meet
FCC emission limits.
Important Safety
Instructions
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near
water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation
openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat
sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A
grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your
outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from
being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/
accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have
fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been
dropped.
For the customers in
Canada
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus
to dripping or splashing, and do not
place objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, on the apparatus.
For the main unit
The nameplate and the date of
manufacture marking are located
on the bottom exterior.
Precautions
On power sources
• The unit is not disconnected from
the mains as long as it is
connected to the AC outlet, even
if the unit itself has been turned
off.
• As the main plug is used to
disconnect the unit from the
mains, connect the unit to an
easily accessible AC outlet.
Should you notice an abnormality
in the unit, disconnect the main
plug from the AC outlet
immediately.
On watching 3D video
images
Some people may experience
discomfort (such as eye strain,
fatigue, or nausea) while watching
3D video images. Sony
recommends that all viewers take
regular breaks while watching 3D
video images. The length and
frequency of necessary breaks will
vary from person to person. You
must decide what works best. If you
experience any discomfort, you
should stop watching the 3D video
images until the discomfort ends;
consult a doctor if you believe
necessary. You should also review
(i) the instruction manual and/or the
caution message of any other
device used with, or Blu-ray Disc
contents played with this product
and (ii) our website (http://
esupport.sony.com/) for the latest
information. The vision of young
children (especially those under six
years old) is still under
development. Consult your doctor
(such as a pediatrician or eye
doctor) before allowing young
children to watch 3D video images.
Adults should supervise young
children to ensure they follow the
recommendations listed above.
For the customers in
the U.S.A.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD
receiver (HBDE780W)
This equipment must not be colocated or operated in conjunction
with any other antenna or
transmitter.
This equipment complies with FCC
radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment
and meets the FCC radio frequency
(RF) Exposure Guidelines in
Supplement C to OET65.
This equipment should be installed
and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from
person’s body (excluding
extremities: hands, wrists, feet and
ankles).
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For the wireless
transceiver (EZWRT50)
This device complies with part 15
of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause
undesired operation.
This equipment must not be colocated or operated in conjunction
with any other antenna or
transmitter.
This equipment complies with FCC
radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment
and meets the FCC radio frequency
(RF) Exposure Guidelines in
Supplement C to OET65.
This equipment should be installed
and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from
person’s body (excluding
extremities: hands, wrists, feet and
ankles).
For the customers in
Canada
Blu-ray Disc/DVD
receiver (HBDE980W)
Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference,
including interference that may
cause undesired operation of this
device.
This equipment complies with IC
radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment
and meets RSS-102 of the IC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure rules.
This equipment should be installed
and operated keeping the radiator at
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least 20cm or more away from
person’s body (excluding
extremities: hands, wrists, feet and
ankles).
For the wireless
transceiver (EZWRT50)
This Class B digital apparatus
complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference,
including interference that may
cause undesired operation of this
device.
This equipment complies with IC
radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment
and meets RSS-102 of the IC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure rules.
This equipment should be installed
and operated keeping the radiator at
least 20cm or more away from
person’s body (excluding
extremities: hands, wrists, feet and
ankles).
Copy Protection
Please be advised of the advanced
content protection systems used in
both Blu-ray DiscTM and DVD
media. These systems, called
AACS (Advanced Access Content
System) and CSS (Content
Scramble System), may contain
some restrictions on playback,
analog output, and other similar
features. The operation of this
product and the restrictions placed
may vary depending on the date of
purchase, as the governing board of
the AACS may adopt or change its
restriction rules after the time of
purchase.
Copyrights and
Trademarks
• This system incorporates with
Dolby* Digital and Dolby Pro
Logic (II) adaptive matrix
surround decoder and the DTS**
Digital Surround System.
* Manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic, and the
double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
** Manufactured under license
under U.S. Patent #’s:
5,451,942; 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,226,616; 6,487,535;
7,212,872; 7,333,929;
7,392,195; 7,272,567 &
other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued & pending.
DTS, DTS-HD and the
Symbol are registered
trademarks, & DTS-HD
Master Audio, and the DTS
logos are trademarks of
DTS, Inc. Product includes
software. © DTS, Inc. All
Rights Reserved.
• This system incorporates HighDefinition Multimedia Interface
(HDMITM) technology.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and HighDefinition Multimedia Interface
are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC in the United States and
other countries.
• Java is a trademark of Oracle and/
or its affiliates.
• “BD-LIVE” and
“BONUSVIEW” are trademarks
of Blu-ray Disc Association.
• “Blu-ray Disc” is a trademark.
• “Blu-ray Disc,” “DVD+RW,”
“DVD-RW,” “DVD+R,” “DVDR,” “DVD VIDEO,” and “CD”
logos are trademarks.
• “Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D”
logo are trademarks of Blu-ray
Disc Association.
• “BRAVIA” is a trademark of
Sony Corporation.
• “AVCHD” and the “AVCHD”
logo are trademarks of Panasonic
Corporation and Sony
Corporation.
• , “XMB,” and “xross media
bar” are trademarks of Sony
Corporation and Sony Computer
Entertainment Inc.
• “PLAYSTATION” is a trademark
of Sony Computer Entertainment
Inc.
• Music and video recognition
technology and related data are
provided by Gracenote®.
Gracenote is the industry standard
in music recognition technology
and related content delivery. For
more information, please visit
www.gracenote.com.
CD, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and
music and video-related data from
Gracenote, Inc., copyright ©
2000-present Gracenote.
Gracenote Software, copyright ©
2000-present Gracenote. One or
more patents owned by Gracenote
apply to this product and service.
See the Gracenote website for a
nonexhaustive list of applicable
Gracenote patents. Gracenote,
CDDB, MusicID, MediaVOCS,
the Gracenote logo and logotype,
and the “Powered by Gracenote”
logo are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of
Gracenote in the United States
and/or other countries.
• The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ Logo
is a certification mark of the
Wi-Fi Alliance.
• The Wi-Fi Protected Setup™
Mark is a mark of the Wi-Fi
Alliance.
• “Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™” and “WiFi Protected Setup™” are
trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
• “PhotoTV HD” and the “PhotoTV
HD” logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
• MPEG Layer-3 audio coding
technology and patents licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and
Thomson.
• iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod
nano, and iPod touch are
trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
• “Made for iPod,” and “Made for
iPhone” mean that an electronic
accessory has been designed to
connect specifically to iPod or
iPhone, respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet
Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the
operation of this device or its
compliance with safety and
regulatory standards. Please note
that the use of this accessory with
iPod or iPhone may affect
wireless performance.
• Windows Media is either a
registered trademark or trademark
of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other
countries.
This product contains technology
subject to certain intellectual
property rights of Microsoft. Use
or distribution of this technology
outside of this product is
prohibited without the appropriate
license(s) from Microsoft.
Content owners use Microsoft
PlayReady™ content access
technology to protect their
intellectual property, including
copyrighted content. This device
uses PlayReady technology to
access PlayReady-protected
content and/or WMDRMprotected content. If the device
fails to properly enforce
restrictions on content usage,
content owners may require
Microsoft to revoke the device’s
ability to consume PlayReadyprotected content. Revocation
should not affect unprotected
content or content protected by
other content access technologies.
Content owners may require you
to upgrade PlayReady to access
their content. If you decline an
upgrade, you will not be able to
access content that requires the
upgrade.
• DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and
DLNA CERTIFIED™ are
trademarks, service marks, or
certification marks of the Digital
Living Network Alliance.
• All other trademarks are
trademarks of their respective
owners.
• Other system and product names
are generally trademarks or
registered trademarks of the
manufacturers. ™ and ® marks
are not indicated in this document.
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About These
Operating
Instructions
• The instructions in these
Operating Instructions
describe the controls on the
remote. You can also use the
controls on the unit if they
have the same or similar
names as those on the remote.
• In this manual, “disc” is used
as a general reference for
BDs, DVDs, Super Audio
CDs, or CDs unless otherwise
specified by the text or
illustrations.
• The instructions in this
manual are for BDV-E980W
and BDV-E780W. BDVE980W is the model used for
illustration purposes. Any
difference in operation is
clearly indicated in the text,
for example, “BDV-E980W
only.”
• Some illustrations are
presented as conceptual
drawings, and may be
different from the actual
products.
• The items displayed on the
TV screen may vary
depending on the area.
• The default setting is
underlined.
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Table of Contents
About These Operating Instructions ....... 6
Unpacking ............................................... 8
Index to Parts and Controls...................10
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the System....... 16
Step 2: Connecting the System... 20
Step 3: Connecting to the
Network.................................... 27
Step 4: Setting up the Wireless
System ..................................... 28
Step 5: Performing the Easy
Setup........................................ 29
Step 6: Selecting the Source ....... 30
Step 7: Enjoying Surround
Sound....................................... 31
Playback
Playing a Disc ....................................... 34
Playing from a USB Device.................. 35
Enjoying an iPod/iPhone.......................36
Playing via a Network........................... 38
Available Options ................................. 40
Sound Adjustment
Selecting the Effect to Suit
the Source ....................................... 43
Selecting the Audio Format, Multilingual
Tracks, or Channel.......................... 43
Enjoying Multiplex Broadcast
Sound .............................................. 44
Saving Power in Standby Mode ........... 52
Browsing Websites ............................... 53
Further Settings for the Wireless
System ............................................ 54
Setting up the Network ......................... 55
Settings and Adjustments
Using the Setup Display ....................... 59
[Remote Controller Setting Guide]....... 59
[Network Update] ................................. 60
[Screen Settings]................................... 60
[Audio Settings].................................... 61
[BD/DVD Viewing Settings]................ 62
[Parental Control Settings] ................... 63
[Music Settings].................................... 63
[System Settings].................................. 63
[Network Settings]................................ 64
[Easy Setup].......................................... 65
[Resetting] ............................................ 65
Additional Information
Precautions............................................ 66
Notes about the Discs ........................... 67
Troubleshooting.................................... 68
Playable Discs....................................... 74
Playable Types of Files......................... 75
Supported Audio Formats..................... 76
Specifications........................................ 77
Language Code List.............................. 79
Index ..................................................... 80
Tuner
Listening to the Radio ........................... 45
Other Operations
Using the Control for HDMI Function for
“BRAVIA” Sync ............................ 47
Calibrating the Appropriate Settings
Automatically ................................. 48
Setting the Speakers ..............................49
Using the Sleep Timer .......................... 50
Deactivating the Buttons on
the Unit ........................................... 50
Controlling Your TV or Other
Components with the Supplied
Remote............................................ 51
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Unpacking
BDV-E980W
• Front speakers (2)
• Speaker-bottom covers (4)
• Calibration mic (1)
• Bases (4)
• Dock for iPod/iPhone
(TDM-iP30) (1)
• Lower parts of the front and
surround speakers (4)
• USB cable (1)
• Surround speakers (2)
• Surround amplifier (1)
• Screws (silver) (4)
• Wireless transceivers (2)
• Screws (black) (12)
• Center speaker (1)
• FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)
• Subwoofer (1)
or
• Video cord (1)
• Speaker cords (5, red/white/
green/gray/blue)
• Remote commander
(remote) (1)
• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
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•
•
•
•
Operating Instructions
Quick Setup Guide
Speaker Installation Guide
Software License
Information
• Easy Setup Disc (DVD)
BDV-E780W
• Front speakers (2)
• Surround speakers (2)
• Speaker cords (3, green/
gray/blue)
• FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)
• Dock for iPod/iPhone
(TDM-iP30) (1)
• USB cable (1)
or
• Surround amplifier (1)
• Video cord (1)
• Center speaker (1)
• Remote commander
(remote) (1)
• Wireless transceivers (2)
• R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
•
•
•
•
• Subwoofer (1)
• Calibration mic (1)
Operating Instructions
Quick Setup Guide
Speaker Installation Guide
Software License
Information
• Easy Setup Disc (DVD)
Preparing the remote
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the
markings inside the compartment.
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Index to Parts and Controls
For more information, refer to the pages indicated in parentheses.
Front panel
VOL
A Front panel display
B Soft-touch buttons/indicators
Z (open/close) (page 34)
Opens or closes the disc tray.
C
VOL
FUNCTION
(USB) port (page 35)
Used for connecting a USB device.
D Power indicator
Lights up while the system is turned on.
N (play)
E Disc tray (page 34)
Starts or re-starts playback (resume play).
Plays a slideshow when a disc containing
JPEG image files is inserted.
F "/1 (on/standby)/Remote sensor
x (stop)
Stops playback and remembers the stop
point (resume point).
The resume point for a title/track is the last
point you played or the last photo for a
photo folder.
VOL +/–
Adjusts the system’s volume.
FUNCTION
Turns on the unit, or sets it to standby mode.
About soft-touch buttons/
indicators
These buttons function when the soft-touch
button indicators are lit.
You can turn on/off the indicators by setting
[Illumination/Display] (page 63). When you set
[Illumination/Display] to [Simple/Off], the
indicators turn off. In this case, touch any softtouch button. When the indicators light up,
touch the desired button.
Selects the playback source.
• These buttons work when you touch them lightly. Do
not press on them with excessive force.
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Front panel display
About the indications in the front panel display
A Displays the system’s playing status.
F Lights up when muting is on.
B Lights up when repeat play is
activated.
G Displays the system’s status, such as
radio frequency, etc.
C Lights up when stereo sound is
received. (Radio only)
H Lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/
1080p video signals from the HDMI
(OUT) jack or 720p/1080i video signals
from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks.
D Lights up when the system is playing
via the PARTY STREAMING function.
E Lights up when the HDMI (OUT) jack is
correctly connected to an HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection)compliant device with HDMI or DVI
(Digital Visual Interface) input.
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Rear panel
SPEAKERS
FRONT R
FRONT L
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
SUBWOOFER
CENTER
Y
PB
OUT
ARC
DIGITAL IN
COAXIAL
SAT/
CABLE
IN 1
EZW-RT50
L
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
PR
AUDIO IN
ECM-AC2
IN 2
FM
COAXIAL
75
R
VIDEO OUT
TV
AUDIO
A.CAL MIC
ANTENNA
A SPEAKERS jacks (page 20)
H AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 24)
B COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (page
22)
I TV (DIGITAL IN OPTICAL) jack (page
22)
C
J LAN (100) terminal (page 27)
(USB) port (page 35)
D SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN COAXIAL)
jack (page 24)
K HDMI (IN 2) jack (page 24)
E Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT50) slot
(page 28)
M HDMI (OUT) jack (page 22)
F ANTENNA (FM COAXIAL 75Ω) jack
(page 26)
G A.CAL MIC jack (pages 29, 48)
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LAN (100)
L HDMI (IN 1) jack (page 24)
N VIDEO OUT jack (page 22)
Surround amplifier
Rear panel
Front panel
L
R
IMPEDANCE USE 3-16
SPEAKERS
EZW-RT50
SECURE LINK
LINK/STANDBY
A "/1 (Power)
C Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT50) slot
Turns the surround amplifier on/off.
B LINK/STANDBY indicator
You can check the status of wireless
transmission between the main unit and
surround amplifier.
Indicator
Status
Turns green.
The system is turned on,
wireless transmission is
activated and surround signals
are being received.
Turns orange.
The system is turned on,
wireless transmission is
activated with the Secure Link
function, and surround signals
are being received.
Flashes green
quickly.
The wireless transceiver is not
inserted correctly into the
wireless transceiver slot.
Flashes green
or orange
slowly.
Wireless transmission is
deactivated.
Turns red.
The surround amplifier is in
standby mode while the system
is in standby mode or wireless
transmission is deactivated.
Turns off.
The surround amplifier is
turned off.
Flashes red.
The surround amplifier’s
protection is active.
D SPEAKERS jacks
E SECURE LINK button (page 54)
Starts the Secure Link function.
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A Z (open/close)
Remote control
Opens or closes the disc tray.
The buttons for system operation only are
described below. See “Controlling Your TV or
Other Components with the Supplied Remote”
(page 51) for the buttons for operation of the
connected components.
SPEAKERS TVyAUDIO
Selects whether TV sound is output from
the system’s speakers or the TV’s
speaker(s). This function works only when
you set [Control for HDMI] to [On]
(page 64).
AV "/1 (on/standby) (page 51)
SPEAKERS
TV AUDIO
AV
1
BRAVIA Sync
BD
1
2
3
TV
4
5
6
7
8
9
STB
"/1 (on/standby) (pages 29, 45)
2
9
0
YELLOW
BLUE
RED
TOP MENU
GREEN
Turns on the system or sets it to standby
mode.
B Number buttons (pages 46, 51)
ENTER
FAVORITES
Turns on the TV or other component, or sets
it to standby mode.
3
Enters the title/chapter numbers, preset
station number, etc.
POP UP/ MENU
ENTER
GUIDE
LIST
4
TOOLS
OPTIONS
RETURN
FUNCTION
MENU
SOUND MODE
HOME
PAGE
PAGE
NETFLIX PRESET
8
PRESET
QRIOCITY
TUNING
PLAY
TUNING
SUBTITLE
PAUSE
STOP
CC
MUTING
5
VOL
CH
6
Short cut keys for selecting items on some
BD menus (can also be used for Java
interactive operations on BDs).
D TOP MENU
Opens or closes the BD’s or DVD’s Top
Menu.
POP UP/MENU
DISPLAY
7
AUDIO
Enters the selected item.
C Color buttons (yellow/blue/red/green)
SLEEP
INPUT
• Number 5, AUDIO, CH +, and N buttons
have a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a
reference when operating the remote.
• Names of buttons that work after pressing the
TV or STB operation mode buttons are
indicated with yellow label.
Opens or closes the BD-ROM’s Pop-up
Menu, or the DVD’s menu.
OPTIONS (pages 31, 40, 53)
Displays the options menu on the TV screen
or in the front panel display. (The location
differs based on the selected function.)
RETURN
Returns to the previous display.
C/X/x/c
Moves the highlight to a displayed item.
(enter)
Enters the selected item.
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E FUNCTION (pages 30, 45)
G MUTING
Selects the playback source.
Turns off the sound temporarily.
HOME (pages 29, 45, 48, 49, 53, 54, 55,
59)
AUDIO (pages 43, 44)
Enters or exits the system’s home menu.
VOL +/– (page 45)
SOUND MODE (page 43)
Adjusts the volume.
Selects the sound mode.
DISPLAY (pages 34, 38, 53)
F Playback operation buttons
See “Playback” (page 34).
./> (previous/next)
Skip to the previous/next chapter, track, or
file.
m/M (fast/slow/freeze frame)
Fast reverse/fast forward the disc during
playback. Each time you press the button,
the search speed changes.
Activates slow-motion play when pressed
for more than one second in pause mode.
Plays one frame at a time when pressed in
pause mode.
Slow-motion and single-frame playback are
not available for Blu-ray 3D Discs.
N (play)
Starts or re-starts playback (resume play).
Activates One-Touch Play (page 47) when
the system is on and set to the “BD/DVD”
function.
X (pause)
Pauses or re-starts playback.
Selects the audio format/track.
Displays playback and web browsing
information on the TV screen.
Displays the preset radio station, frequency,
etc., in the front panel display.
Displays the stream information/decoding
status in the front panel display when the
function is set to other than “BD/DVD.”
When the system is set to the “HDMI1,”
“HDMI2,” “TV,” or “SAT/CABLE”
function, the stream information/decoding
status appears only when a digital signal is
input.
The stream information/decoding status
may not appear depending on the stream or
item being decoded.
SLEEP (page 50)
Sets the sleep timer.
H SUBTITLE (page 62)
Selects the subtitle language when
multilingual subtitles are recorded on a BDROM/DVD VIDEO.
I Operation mode buttons (page 51)
Radio operation buttons
Changes the component to be operated on
the remote.
BD: You can operate this Blu-ray Disc/
DVD Home Theatre System.
TV: You can operate a TV.
STB: You can operate a cable box, digital
satellite receiver, digital video receiver, etc.
See “Tuner” (page 45).
FAVORITES
PRESET +/–
Displays the Internet contents added to the
Favorites List. You can save 18 favorite
Internet contents.
x (stop)
Stops playback and remembers the stop
point (resume point). The resume point for
a title/track is the last point you played or
the last photo for a photo folder.
TUNING +/–
Online service direct access buttons
NETFLIX
Accesses the “NETFLIX” online service.
QRIOCITY
Accesses the “Qriocity” online service.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Step 1: Installing the System
How to position the system
Install the system by referring to the illustration below.
A
B
F
C
G
D
A Front speaker (L (left))
B Front speaker (R (right))
C Center speaker
D Surround speaker (L (left))
E Surround speaker (R (right))
F Subwoofer
G Unit
H Surround amplifier
E
H
• Use caution when placing the speakers and/or speaker stands attached to the speakers on a specially treated (waxed,
oiled, polished, etc.) floor, as staining or discoloration may result.
• Do not lean or hang on a speaker, as it may fall down.
• To assemble the speakers, refer to the supplied “Speaker Installation Guide.” (BDV-E980W only)
• You can install the speakers on a wall. For details, refer to the supplied “Speaker Installation Guide.”
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About the subwoofer’s speaker cord
Bottom of the subwoofer
When packing is opened:
Speaker cord is connected.
• To avoid short-circuiting the speakers, make sure that the speaker cord connection is not like the following
examples. If there is a problem, correct it.
Examples of an improper speaker cord connection
Stripped speaker cord is touching
another speaker terminal
Stripped cords are touching each other
due to excessive removal of insulation
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Getting Started
You can arrange the subwoofer’s speaker cord by changing which direction it protrudes from the
bottom of the subwoofer.
Getting Started
When installing the subwoofer with the wide side facing forward
Toward the listening position
1
Secure the speaker cord in the speaker cord holder to the right of the speaker terminal.
Speaker cord holder to the
right of the speaker terminal
Speaker cord
2
Thread the speaker cord through the gap along the side of the subwoofer.
Gap
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When installing the subwoofer with the narrow side facing forward
Getting Started
Toward the listening position
1
Secure the speaker cord in the speaker cord holder to the left of the speaker terminal.
Speaker cord holder to the left of
the speaker terminal
Speaker cord
2
Thread the speaker cord through the gap along the side of the subwoofer.
Gap
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Getting Started
Step 2: Connecting the System
For connecting the system, read the information on the following pages.
Do not connect the AC power cords (mains leads) of the unit and surround amplifier to a wall outlet
(mains) until all the other connections are made.
To assemble the speakers, refer to the supplied “Speaker Installation Guide.” (BDV-E980W only)
• When you connect another component with a volume control, turn down the volume of the other components to a
level where sound is not distorted.
Connecting the speakers
To connect speaker cords to the speaker
You need to connect a speaker cord to each of the following speakers:
• BDV-E980W: Front, center, and surround speakers.
• BDV-E780W: Center and surround speakers.
The connector of the speaker cords and the color tube are color-coded based on the speaker type.
Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with
the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #. Do not catch the speaker cord
insulation (rubber covering) in the speaker terminals.
Color tube
Connector
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Rear or bottom of the speaker
(+)
(–)
To connect speaker cords to the unit and surround amplifier
White
(Front left
speaker (L))
Purple
(Subwoofer)
Red
(Front right
speaker (R))
Green
(Center speaker)
Gray
(Surround right
speaker (R))
Blue
(Surround left
speaker (L))
L
SPEAKERS
R
IMPEDANCE USE 3-16
SPEAKERS
FRONT R
Rear panel of the unit
FRONT L
SUBWOOFER
CENTER
Rear panel of the surround amplifier
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Getting Started
Connect the speaker cords to match the color of the SPEAKERS jacks of the unit and surround
amplifier.
When connecting to the unit and surround amplifier, insert the connector until it clicks.
Getting Started
Connecting the TV
Connect the system to your TV to display the image of the system on your TV, and listen to TV sound
via the system’s speakers.
Depending on the jacks and functions on your TV, select the connection method.
• When your TV has an HDMI jack that is marked “ARC*”: Connection A
• When your TV has an HDMI jack: Connections A and D
• When your TV has component video input jacks: Connections B and D
• When your TV does not have jacks above: Connections C and D
Video connections
Audio connection
A
B
C
D
HDMI cable
(not supplied)
Component
video cable
(not supplied)
Video cord
(not supplied)
Digital optical cord
(not supplied)
Image quality
TV
HDMI IN
COMPONENT VIDEO IN
Y
PB
PR
Green
VIDEO IN
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
Red
Yellow
Blue
Signal flow
: Video signal
: Audio signal
A
or
B
C
or
D
**
Blue
Rear panel of the unit
Green
Red
Yellow
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
OUT
VIDEO OUT
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
PR
ARC
IN 1
IN 2
TV
* Audio Return Channel. For details, see “About Audio Return Channel” (page 23).
** Available only when your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function.
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A HDMI cable connection
About Audio Return Channel
If your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function, an HDMI cable connection also
sends a digital audio signal from the TV. You do not need to make a separate audio connection for
listening to TV sound. For setting the Audio Return Channel function, see [Audio Return Channel]
(page 64).
B Component video cable connection
If your TV does not have an HDMI jack, but has component video input jacks, connect to the TV with
a component video cable. Picture quality will be improved compared to using a video cord connection.
When connecting with a component video cable, you need to select the type of output signal in the Easy
Setup (page 29).
C Video cord connection
If your TV does not have an HDMI jack or a component video input jack, make this connection.
D Digital optical cord connection
This connection sends an audio signal to the system from the TV. To listen to TV sound via the system,
perform this connection. With this connection, the system receives a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast
signal and you can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound.
• You can enjoy the TV sound by selecting the “TV” function (page 30).
• If your TV does not have a digital optical output jack, you can connect the unit and your TV with an audio cord for
listening to TV sound via the system. For connection details, see “Connecting the other components” (page 24).
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Getting Started
If your TV has an HDMI jack, connect to the TV with an HDMI cable. This will provide better image
quality compared to other types of connections.
When connecting with an HDMI cable, you need to select the type of output signal when performing
the Easy Setup (page 29).
For further HDMI settings, see “[HDMI Settings]” (page 64).
Getting Started
Connecting the other components
When a component you wish to connect to the system has an HDMI
(OUT) jack
You can connect a component that has an HDMI (OUT) jack such as a set-top box/digital satellite
receiver or PLAYSTATION®3, etc., with an HDMI cable. An HDMI cable connection can send both
video and audio signals. By connecting the system and the component using an HDMI cable, you can
enjoy high-quality digital picture and sound via the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack.
Rear panel of the unit
OUT
ARC
IN 1
IN 2
HDMI cable (not supplied)
Use HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2).
To the HDMI OUT jack of the set-top box/
digital satellite receiver or
PLAYSTATION®3, etc.
HDMI OUT
• Video signals from the HDMI (IN 1/2) jacks are sent to the HDMI (OUT) jack only when the “HDMI1” or
“HDMI2” function is selected.
• To send an audio signal from the HDMI (IN 1/2) jacks to the HDMI (OUT) jack, you may need to change the audio
output setting. For details, see [Audio Output] in [Audio Settings] (page 62).
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When the component does not have an HDMI OUT jack
TV
Video out
Component
Audio out
Signal flow
System
: Video signal
: Audio signal
If the component plays sound only, connect the audio output of the component to the system.
Depending on the jacks on the component, select the connection method.
• Component which has a digital coaxial output jack: A
• Component which does not have a digital coaxial output jack: B
Rear panel of the unit
DIGITAL IN
COAXIAL
SAT/
CABLE
L
AUDIO IN
R
AUDIO
: Signal flow
White
Red
A Digital coaxial cord
(not supplied)
B Audio cord
(not supplied)
Red
White
To the digital coaxial out jack
of the VCR or digital satellite
receiver, etc.
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
L
R
AUDIO OUT
To the audio out jacks of the VCR, digital
satellite receiver, PlayStation, or
portable audio source, etc.
• If you make connection above, set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [Off] (page 64).
• You can enjoy component sound by selecting the “SAT/CABLE” function for connection A, or the “AUDIO”
function for connection B (page 30).
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Getting Started
Connect the system so that video signals from the system and other component are sent to the TV, and
audio signals from the component are sent to the system as follows.
Getting Started
Connecting the antenna (aerial)
Rear panel of the unit
FM
COAXIAL
75
ANTENNA
or
FM wire antenna (aerial)
(supplied)
• Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna (aerial).
• After connecting the FM wire antenna (aerial), keep it as horizontal as possible.
• If you have poor FM reception, use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the unit to an outdoor FM
antenna (aerial).
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Step 3: Connecting to the Network
Select the method based on your LAN (Local Area Network) environment.
• If you use a wireless LAN
The system has built-in Wi-Fi, and you can connect the system to the network by making the network
settings.
• If you use other than a wireless LAN
Connect to the network by making a LAN cable connection as follows.
Internet
LAN (100)
Rear panel of the unit
ADSL modem/
cable modem
ETHER
Broadband router
WAN
LAN 1
LAN 2
LAN 3
LAN 4
LAN cable
(not supplied)
• The placement distance between the unit and your wireless LAN router differs based on your usage environment.
If the system cannot connect to the network or the network connection is unstable, place the unit and the wireless
LAN router closer to each other. When you cannot place the unit and the wireless LAN router closer to each other,
use the optional USB Wireless LAN Adapter (Sony UWA-BR100* only).
• To connect to a wireless LAN using a 5 GHz frequency band, you need the optional USB Wireless LAN Adapter
(Sony UWA-BR100* only).
* As of November 2010. The USB Wireless LAN Adapter may not be available in some regions/countries.
• You can also get information for network settings from the following Sony support page:
For customers in the U.S.:
http://www.sony.com/support
For customers in Canada:
English: http://www.sony.ca/support
French: http://fr.sony.ca/support
For customers in Mexico and Latin America:
http://esupport.sony.com/LA
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• To connect the system to your network, you need to make network settings that suit your usage environment and
components. For details, see “Setting up the Network” (page 55) and “[Network Settings]” (page 64).
Getting Started
Step 4: Setting up the
Wireless System
The unit transmits sound to the surround
amplifier that is connected to the surround
speakers. To activate wireless transmission,
perform the following Steps.
1
Insert the wireless transceiver into the
unit.
4
Press "/1 to turn the system on.
"/1
5
Connect the AC power cord (mains
lead) of the surround amplifier.
LINK/STANDBY indicator
Rear panel of the unit
LINK/STANDBY
When wireless transmission is activated,
the LINK/STANDBY indicator turns
green.
If the LINK/STANDBY indicator does not
turn on, see “Surround amplifier” (page 13)
and “Wireless sound” (page 71).
0
-RT5
EZW
About the standby mode
Wireless transceiver
2
Insert the wireless transceiver into the
surround amplifier.
Rear panel of the surround amplifier
To specify the wireless
connection
T50
W-R
EZ
Wireless transceiver
3
Connect the AC power cord (mains
lead) of the unit.
Before connecting the AC power cord,
make sure all connections in “Step 2:
Connecting the System” (page 20) are
secure.
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The surround amplifier enters standby mode
automatically (the LINK/STANDBY indicator
turns red) when the main unit is in standby mode
or wireless transmission is deactivated.
The surround amplifier turns on automatically
(the LINK/STANDBY indicator turns green)
when the main unit is turned on and wireless
transmission is activated.
If you use multiple wireless products or your
neighbors use wireless products, interference
may occur. To prevent this, you can specify the
wireless connection to link the main unit to the
surround amplifier (Secure Link function). For
details, see “Further Settings for the Wireless
System” (page 54).
Depending on the connection method
(page 22), perform the following setting.
• HDMI cable connection: Follow the
instructions that are displayed on the TV
screen.
• Component video cable connection:
Select the picture quality. The available
settings are as follows, from lowest to
highest picture quality: 480i*, 480p**,
720p, and 1080i.
Follow the Steps below to make the basic
adjustments for using the system.
Displayed items vary depending on the country
model.
"/1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
* 480i/576i for Mexican and Latin American
models.
** 480p/576p for Mexican and Latin American
models.
0
C/X/x/c,
HOME
1
2
• BD-ROM playback of protected content via
component video output is only supported at
480i* output resolution. For details, see “Copy
Protection” (page 4).
* 480i/576i for Mexican and Latin American
models.
Turn on the TV.
Connect the calibration mic to the
A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.
• Video cord connection: Select [16:9] or
[4:3] so that the picture is displayed
correctly.
Set up the calibration mic at ear level using
a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of
each speaker should face the calibration
mic, and there should be no obstruction
between the speakers and the calibration
mic.
3
4
Perform the [Easy Setup]. Follow the
on-screen instructions to make the
basic settings using C/X/x/c, and
.
For details about [Auto Calibration]
settings in [Easy Setup], see “Calibrating
the Appropriate Settings Automatically”
(page 48).
Press [/1.
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the system
appears on the TV screen.
To recall the Easy Setup Display
The Easy Setup Display for OSD language
selection appears.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
1
2
3
4
Press HOME.
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Easy Setup], then
press
.
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
The Easy Setup Display appears.
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Getting Started
Step 5: Performing the
Easy Setup
5
Getting Started
Step 6: Selecting the
Source
You can select the playback source.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
FUNCTION
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until the
desired function appears in the front panel
display.
Each time you press FUNCTION, the function
changes as follows.
“BD/DVD” t “FM” t “HDMI1” t
“HDMI2” t “TV” t “SAT/CABLE” t
“AUDIO” t “BD/DVD” t …
Function
Source
“BD/DVD”
Disc, USB device, iPod/iPhone, or
network device to be played by the
system
“FM”
FM radio (page 45)
“HDMI1”/
“HDMI2”
Component that is connected to
the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2)
jack on the rear panel (page 24)
“TV”
Component (TV, etc.) that is
connected to the TV (DIGITAL
IN OPTICAL) jack on the rear
panel, or a TV compatible with the
Audio Return Channel function
that is connected to the HDMI
(OUT) jack on the rear panel
(page 22)
“SAT/CABLE”
Component that is connected to
the SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN
COAXIAL) jack on the rear panel
(page 24)
“AUDIO”
Component that is connected to
the AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R)
jacks on the rear panel (page 24)
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Step 7: Enjoying Surround Sound
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
X/x/c,
OPTIONS
Selecting surround settings based on your listening preference
The setting method differs depending on the function.
When playing via the “BD/DVD”* or “FM” function
1
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
Press X/x to select [Surround Setting], then press
.
Press X/x repeatedly until the surround setting you want appears on the TV screen.
See the table below for surround sound setting descriptions.
4
Press
.
The setting is made.
* Surround sound settings do not apply to Internet content.
When playing via the “HDMI1,” “HDMI2,” “TV,” “SAT/CABLE,” or
“AUDIO” function
1
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears in the front panel display.
2
3
Press X/x repeatedly until “SUR. SET” appears in the front panel display, then press
or c.
Press X/x repeatedly until the surround setting you want appears in the front panel
display.
See the table below for surround sound setting descriptions.
4
Press
.
The setting is made.
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Getting Started
After performing the previous Steps and starting playback, you can easily enjoy surround sound. You
can also select pre-programmed surround settings that are tailored to different kinds of sound sources.
They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters into your home.
5
Press OPTIONS.
Getting Started
The option menu in the front panel display turns off.
• When the home menu is displayed on the TV screen, this setting can be changed by selecting the surround setting
via [Surround Setting] in [Audio Settings] of [Setup] (page 62).
About speaker output of each surround setting
The table below describes the options when you connect all the speakers to the unit.
The default setting is [A.F.D. Multi] (“A.F.D. MULTI”).
Sound from
Surround setting
Effect
Depending on the source.
[A.F.D. Standard]
“A.F.D. STD”
The system discriminates the sound format of the source and
presents sound as it was recorded/encoded.
(AUTO FORMAT
DIRECT STANDARD)
[A.F.D. Multi]
“A.F.D. MULTI”
(AUTO FORMAT
DIRECT MULTI)
• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound
from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1
channel speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound
across each speaker.
• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the
speakers depending on the number of channels of the
source.
• [Dolby Pro Logic]
• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound
“PRO LOGIC”
from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1
• [Dolby PL II Movie] channel speakers.
“PLII MOVIE”
– [Dolby Pro Logic] (“PRO LOGIC”) performs Dolby Pro
Logic decoding.
– [Dolby PL II Movie] (“PLII MOVIE”) performs Dolby
Pro Logic II movie mode decoding.
• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the
speakers depending on the number of channels of the
source.
• [DTS Neo:6
• 2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound
Cinema]
from 2 channel sources and produces 6.1 channel sound.
“NEO6 CIN”
– [DTS Neo:6 Cinema] (“NEO6 CIN”) performs DTS
• [DTS Neo:6 Music]
Neo:6 Cinema mode decoding.
“NEO6 MUS”
– [DTS Neo:6 Music] (“NEO6 MUS”) performs DTS
Neo:6 Music mode decoding.
• Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the
speakers depending on the number of channels of the
source.
[2ch Stereo]
“2CH ST.”
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The system outputs the sound from the front speakers and
subwoofer regardless of sound format or number of channels.
Multi-channel surround formats are downmixed to 2
channels.
• You can also select the surround setting in [Surround Setting] of [Audio Settings] (page 62).
• For functions other than “BD/DVD,” you can check whether [Dolby Pro Logic] (“PRO LOGIC”), [Dolby PL II
Movie] (“PLII MOVIE”), or the DTS Neo:6 mode is activated by pressing DISPLAY repeatedly so that the stream
information/decoding status appears in the front panel display.
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Getting Started
• When you select [A.F.D. Multi] (“A.F.D. MULTI”), depending on the disc or source, the beginning of the sound
may be cut off while the optimum mode is automatically selected. To avoid cutting the sound, select [A.F.D.
Standard] (“A.F.D. STD”).
• When bilingual broadcast sound is input, [Dolby Pro Logic] (“PRO LOGIC”) and [Dolby PL II Movie] (“PLII
MOVIE”) are not effective.
• Depending on the input stream, the surround settings may not be effective.
• When you play a Super Audio CD, surround settings are not activated.
2
• Connect the system to a network
(page 27).
• Set [BD Internet Connection] to [Allow]
(page 62).
Playback
Playing a Disc
For playable discs, see “Playable Discs”
(page 74).
1
2
3
Insert a BD-ROM with BONUSVIEW/
BD-LIVE.
The operation method differs depending on
the disc. Refer to the operating instructions
of the disc.
Switch the input selector on your TV so
that the signal from the system
appears on your TV screen.
Press Z, and place a disc on the disc
tray.
Prepare for BD-LIVE (BD-LIVE only).
• To delete data in the USB memory, select [Erase BD
Data] in
[Video], and press . All data stored in
the buda folder will be deleted.
Enjoying Blu-ray 3D
You can enjoy Blu-ray 3D Discs with the 3D
logo*.
*
3
Press Z to close the disc tray.
1
• Connect the system to your 3Dcompatible TV using a High Speed HDMI
cable (not supplied).
• Set [3D Output Setting] and [TV Screen
Size Setting for 3D] in [Screen Settings]
(page 60).
appears on the home menu and playback
starts.
If playback does not start automatically,
select
in the
[Video],
[Music], or
[Photo] category, and press
.
2
Enjoying BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE
Some BD-ROMs with “BD-LIVE Logo*” have
bonus content and other data that can be
downloaded for enjoyment.
*
1
Connect the USB device to the
(USB) port on the rear of the unit.
For local storage, use a 1 GB or larger USB
memory.
Rear panel
USB memory
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Prepare for Blu-ray 3D Disc playback.
Insert a Blu-ray 3D Disc.
The operation method differs depending on
the disc. Refer to the operating instructions
supplied with the disc.
• Refer also to the operating instructions of your 3Dcompatible TV.
Displaying the play information
Example: when playing a BD-ROM
You can play video/music/photo files on the
connected USB device.
For playable types of files, see “Playable Types
of Files” (page 75).
1
Playback
You can check the playback information, etc.,
by pressing DISPLAY.
The displayed information differs depending on
the disc type and system status.
Playing from a USB
Device
Connect the USB device to the
(USB) port on the unit.
Refer to the operating instructions of the
USB device before connecting.
Rear panel
USB device
A Output resolution/Video frequency
Front panel
B Title number or name
C The currently selected audio setting
D Available functions (
subtitle)
angle,
audio,
E Playback information
Displays play mode, playing status bar, disc
type, video codec, bit rate, repeat type, elapsed
time, total playing time
F Chapter number
G The currently selected angle
USB device
2
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Video],
[Music], or
[Photo].
Press X/x to select
[USB device
(front)] or
[USB device (rear)], then
press
.
• Do not remove the USB device during
operation. To avoid data corruption or damage
to the USB device, turn the system off when
connecting or removing the USB device.
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Enjoying an iPod/iPhone
Front panel
You can enjoy the music/video/photo and
charge the battery of an iPod/iPhone via the
system.
Rear panel
TV
or
VIDEO IN
Compatible iPod/iPhone models
The compatible iPod/iPhone models are as
follows. Update your iPod/iPhone with the latest
software before using with the system.
Dock for
iPod/iPhone
USB cable (supplied)
Made for iPod touch 4th generation, iPod touch
3rd generation, iPod touch 2nd generation, iPod
touch 1st generation, iPod nano 6th generation,
iPod nano 5th generation (video camera), iPod
nano 4th generation (video), iPod nano 3rd
generation (video), iPod nano 2nd generation
(aluminum), iPod nano 1st generation, iPod 5th
generation (video), iPod classic, iPhone 4,
iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone
V I D E O O UT
USB
Video cord (supplied)
To enjoy an iPod/iPhone via the
system
1
Connect the Dock for iPod/iPhone
(supplied) to the front or rear
(USB)
port on the unit, then place the iPod/
iPhone onto the Dock for iPod/iPhone.
2
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
3
4
When you play a video/photo file, connect
the video out jack of the Dock for iPod/
iPhone to the video input jack of your TV
with a video cord (supplied) before placing
the iPod/iPhone onto the Dock for iPod/
iPhone.
Press C/c to select
[Video],
[Music], or
[Photo].
Press X/x to select [iPod (front)] or
[iPod (rear)], then press
.
x If you selected [Video] or [Music] in
Step 3
The video/music files are listed on the TV
screen. Go to the next Step.
x If you selected [Photo] in Step 3
[Please change the TV input to the video
input...] appears on the TV screen. Switch
the input selector on your TV so that the
signal from the iPod/iPhone appears on
your TV screen. Then, start the slideshow
by operating the iPod/iPhone directly.
5
Press C/X/x/c and
to select the file
that you want to play.
The sound from the iPod/iPhone is played
on the system.
When you play a video file, switch the input
selector on your TV so that the signal from
the iPod/iPhone appears on your TV screen.
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You can operate the iPod/iPhone using the
buttons on the remote.
For operation details of the iPod/iPhone,
also refer to the operating instructions of the
iPod/iPhone.
To operate the iPod/iPhone using
the remote
You can operate the iPod/iPhone using the
buttons on the remote. The following table
shows an example of buttons that can be used.
(Depending on the iPod/iPhone model, the
operation may be different.)
For
[Video]/
[Music]
Press
Operation
N
Starts play.
X
Pauses play.
x
Stops play.
m or M
Fast reverses or forwards.
. or >
Goes to the previous/next file or
chapter (if any).
For
[Photo]
Press
Operation
N, X
Starts/pauses play.
When you press and hold either of
these buttons for several seconds,
the connected iPod/iPhone enters
sleep mode.
x
Pauses play.
m or M
Fast reverses or forwards.
. or >
Goes to the previous/next file.
When you press and hold either of
these buttons, the connected iPod/
iPhone fast reverses or fast forwards.
DISPLAY
Turns the backlight on (or extends it
for 30 seconds).
OPTIONS, C
Returns to previous display/folder
hierarchy.
X/x
Selects the previous/next item.
,c
Playback
• To change a system setting, such as the surround
setting, while viewing images from your iPod/iPhone
on your TV, select the input on your TV for this
system before operating the system.
• The iPod/iPhone is charged when connected to the
system while the system is turned on.
• When [Auto Standby] is set to [On], the system may
turn off automatically while you are using an iPod/
iPhone.
• You cannot transfer songs onto the iPod/iPhone from
this system.
• Sony cannot accept responsibility in the event that
data recorded to iPod/iPhone is lost or damaged when
using an iPod/iPhone connected to this unit.
• This product has been designed specifically to work
with iPod/iPhone and has been certified to meet
Apple performance standards.
• Do not remove the iPod/iPhone during operation. To
avoid data corruption or damage to the iPod/iPhone,
turn the system off when connecting or removing the
iPod/iPhone.
• The system only recognizes iPods/iPhones that have
previously been connected to the system.
• The System Audio Control function does not work
while playing video/photo files via the iPod/iPhone.
• When you connect an iPod that is not compatible with
the video output function and select [iPod (front)]
or [iPod (rear)] in [Video] or [Photo], an alert
message appears on the TV screen.
• The system can recognize up to 3,000 files (including
folders).
Enters the selected item.
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Playing via a Network
Streaming BRAVIA Internet
Video
BRAVIA Internet Video serves as a gateway
delivering selected Internet content and a variety
of on-demand entertainment straight to your
unit.
• For customers in the U.S. and Canada:
Some Internet content requires registration via a PC
before it can be played. For further details, visit the
following website:
http://www.sony.com/blurayhtsupport/
1
Prepare for BRAVIA Internet Video.
Connect the system to a network (page 27).
2
3
Press C/c to select
[Video],
[Music], or
[Photo].
Press X/x to select an Internet content
provider icon, then press
.
C Network condition indicator
Indicates signal strength for a wireless
connection.
Indicates a wired connection.
D Network transmission speed
E The next video file name
F The currently selected video file name
Playing files on a Home
Network (DLNA)
You can play video/music/photo files on other
DLNA-certified components by connecting
them to your home network.
This unit can be used as a player and renderer.
• Server: Stores and sends files
• Player: Receives and plays files from the
server
• Renderer: Receives and plays files from the
server, and can be operated by another
component (controller)
• Controller: Operates the renderer component
Server
If the Internet content list has not been
retrieved, it will be represented by an
unacquired icon or a new icon.
To use the control panel
The control panel appears when the video file
starts playing. The displayed items may differ
depending on Internet content providers.
To display again, press DISPLAY.
Player
(This system)
Player
Prepare for using the DLNA function.
• Connect the system to a network (page 27).
• Prepare other DLNA-certified components.
For details, see the operating instructions of
the components.
A Control display
Press C/X/x/c or
for playback operations.
B Playing status bar
Status bar, cursor indicating the current
position, playing time, duration of the video
file
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To play files stored on a DLNA
server via the system (DLNA
Player)
Server
You can play the same music at the same time
across all Sony components which are
compatible with the PARTY STREAMING
function and connected to your home network.
Playback
Select the DLNA server icon from
[Video],
[Music], or
[Photo] in the home menu,
then select the file that you want to play.
Playing the same music in
different rooms (PARTY
STREAMING)
There are two kinds of PARTY STREAMINGcompatible components.
• PARTY host: Sends and plays files
• PARTY guest: Receives and plays files
Player
(This system)
To play remote files by operating
the system (Renderer) via a DLNA
controller
This unit can be used as a PARTY host or
PARTY guest.
PARTY host
(This system)
You can operate the system with a DLNAcertified controller, such as iPhone, when
playing files stored on a DLNA server.
Server
PARTY guest
PARTY guest
Prepare for PARTY STREAMING.
Controller
Renderer
(This system)
Control this system using a DLNA controller.
For details of operation, see the operating
instructions of the DLNA controller.
• Do not operate the system with the supplied remote
and a DLNA controller at the same time.
• For details about the DLNA controller, refer to the
operating instructions of the DLNA controller.
• The system is compatible with the “Play To” function
of Windows Media® Player 12 that comes standard
with Windows 7.
• Connect the system to a network (page 27).
• Connect components which are compatible
with the PARTY STREAMING function.
To use the system as PARTY host
Select a track in
[Music], then select [Start
Party] from the options menu to start a PARTY.
To close the PARTY, press HOME.
To use the system as PARTY
guest
Select
[Party] in
[Music], then select the
PARTY host device icon.
To leave the PARTY, press OPTIONS, then
select [Leave Party].
To close the PARTY, press OPTIONS, then
select [Close Party].
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• The sale and product lineup of products that are
compatible with the PARTY STREAMING function
differ depending on the area.
Searching for video/music
information
You can acquire content information using
Gracenote technology and search for related
information.
1
2
Connect the system to a network
(page 27).
Insert a disc or connect a USB device
with content about which you want to
search.
You can perform a video search from a BDROM or DVD-ROM, and a music search
from a CD-DA (music CD) or USB device.
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Music].
To search for further related
information
Select an item in the lists, and then select the
service for searching.
Available Options
Various settings and playback operations are
available by pressing OPTIONS. The available
items differ depending on the situation.
Common options
Items
Details
[Surround Setting]
Changes the surround setting
(page 31).
[Repeat Setting]
Sets repeat playback.
[3D Menu]
[3D Depth Adjustment]:
Adjusts the depth of 3D
images.
[Favorites List]
Displays the Favorites List.
[Play/Stop]
Starts or stops playback.
[Video] or
Press X/x to select
[Video Search]
or
[Music Search].
The content information is displayed.
[Play from beginning] Plays the item from the
beginning.
[Add to Favorites]
Adds an Internet content item
to the Favorites List.
[Remove from
Favorites]
Erases an Internet content
item from the Favorites List.
[Start Party]
Starts a party with the
selected source.
This item may not appear
depending on the source.
[Leave Party]
Leaves from a party which
the system is participating in.
The PARTY STREAMING
function continues among
other participating devices.
[Close Party]
Closes a party which the
system is participating in. The
PARTY STREAMING
function ends for all other
participating devices.
A Content details
Displays a list of related information, such as
title, cast, track, or artist.
B [Playback History]
Displays a list of previously played BD-ROM/
DVD-ROM/CD-DA (music CD) titles. Select
a title to acquire content information.
C [Search History]
Displays a list of previous searches performed
via the [Video Search] or [Music Search]
function.
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[Video] only
[Music] only
Details
Items
Details
[A/V SYNC]
Adjusts the gap between
picture and sound. For
details, see “Adjusting the
delay between the picture and
sound” (page 42).
[Add Slideshow
BGM]
Registers music files in the
USB memory as slideshow
background music (BGM).
[Music Search]
Displays information on the
audio CD (CD-DA) based on
Gracenote technology.
[Shuffle Setting]
(iPod/iPhone only)
Sets shuffle playback.
[3D Output Setting]
Sets whether or not to output
3D video automatically.
• 3D video from the HDMI
(IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack
is output regardless of this
setting.
[Photo] only
Items
Details
• [Picture Quality Mode]:
Selects the picture settings
for different lighting
environments.
• [FNR]: Reduces the random
noise appearing in the
picture.
• [BNR]: Reduces the
mosaic-like block noise in
the picture.
• [MNR]: Reduces minor
noise around the picture
outlines (mosquito noise).
[Slideshow]
Starts a slideshow.
[Slideshow Speed]
Changes the slideshow speed.
[Slideshow Effect]
Sets the effect when playing a
slideshow.
[Slideshow BGM]
• [Off]: Turns off the
function.
• [My Music from USB]: Sets
the music files registered in
[Add Slideshow BGM].
• [Play from Music CD]: Sets
the tracks on CD-DAs
(music CDs).
[Pause]
Pauses playback.
[Rotate Left]
[Top Menu]
Displays the BD’s or DVD’s
Top Menu.
Rotates the photo
counterclockwise by
90 degrees.
[Menu/Popup Menu]
Displays the BD-ROM’s
Pop-up Menu or DVD’s
menu.
[Rotate Right]
Rotates the photo clockwise
by 90 degrees.
[View Image]
Displays the selected picture.
[Title Search]
Searches for a title on BDROMs/DVD VIDEOs and
starts playback from the
beginning.
[Chapter Search]
Searches for a chapter and
starts playback from the
beginning.
[Angle]
Switches to other viewing
angles when multi-angles are
recorded on BD-ROMs/DVD
VIDEOs.
[IP Content Noise
Reduction]
Adjusts the video quality for
Internet content.
[Video Search]
Displays information on the
BD-ROM/DVD-ROM based
on Gracenote technology.
[Video Settings]
Playback
Items
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Adjusting the delay between
the picture and sound
(A/V SYNC)
When the sound does not match the pictures on
the TV screen, you can adjust the delay between
the picture and sound.
The setting method differs depending on the
function.
• Depending on the input stream, A/V SYNC may not
be effective.
When playing video content via
the “BD/DVD” function
1
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
Press X/x to select [A/V SYNC], then
press
.
Press C/c to adjust the delay between
the picture and sound.
You can adjust from 0 ms to 300 ms in 25
ms increments.
4
Press
.
The setting is made.
When playing via the “HDMI1,”
“HDMI2,” “TV,” “SAT/CABLE,” or
“AUDIO” function
1
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears in the front panel
display.
2
3
Press X/x repeatedly until “A/V SYNC”
appears in the front panel display, then
press
or c.
Press X/x to adjust the delay between
the picture and sound.
You can adjust from 0 ms to 300 ms in 25
ms increments.
4
Press
.
The setting is made.
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5
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu in the front panel display
turns off.
at low volume. It is useful for watching movies
at night.
Sound Adjustment
Selecting the Effect to
Suit the Source
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SOUND
MODE
Press SOUND MODE repeatedly during
playback until the desired mode appears in
the front panel display.
• “AUTO”: The system selects “MOVIE” or
“MUSIC” automatically to produce the sound
effect depending on the disc or sound stream.
• “MOVIE”: The system provides the sound for
movies.
• “MUSIC”: The system provides the sound for
music.
• “SPORTS”: The system adds reverberation for
sports programs.
• “GAME ROCK”: The system provides the
sound for music/rhythm games.
• “OMNI-DIR”: The same sound is audible
anywhere in the room.
• “3D SUR.”: “3D SUR.” is a unique Sony
algorithm used for playing 3D (threedimensional) content that provides a 3D sound
experience with depth and presence by
creating a virtual sound field close to your
ears.
• “HALL”: The system reproduces the sound of
a concert hall.
• “NIGHT”: You can enjoy sound effects or
dialog, as you would in a movie theater, even
Sound Adjustment
You can select a suitable sound mode for movies
or music.
• Depending on the disc or source, when you select
“AUTO,” the beginning of the sound may be cut off
as the system selects the optimum mode
automatically. To avoid cutting the sound, select
other than “AUTO.”
• Depending on the input stream, the sound mode may
not be effective.
• When you play a Super Audio CD, this function does
not work.
• When “NIGHT” is selected and sound is output from
the center speaker, this effect is more pronounced, as
speech (movie dialog, etc.) is easy to hear. When
sound is not output from the center speaker, the
system optimally adjusts the volume.
Selecting the Audio
Format, Multilingual
Tracks, or Channel
When the system is playing a BD/DVD VIDEO
recorded in multiple audio formats (PCM,
Dolby Digital, MPEG audio, or DTS) or
multilingual tracks, you can change the audio
format or language.
With a CD, you can select the sound from the
right or left channel and listen to the sound of the
selected channel through both the right and left
speakers.
AUDIO
Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to
select the desired audio signal.
The audio information appears on the TV
screen.
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x BD/DVD VIDEO
Depending on the BD/DVD VIDEO, the choice
of language varies.
When 4 digits are displayed, they indicate a
language code. See “Language Code List”
(page 79) to confirm which language the code
represents. When the same language is
displayed two or more times, the BD/DVD
VIDEO is recorded in multiple audio formats.
Enjoying Multiplex
Broadcast Sound
(DUAL MONO)
You can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound when
the system receives or plays a Dolby Digital
multiplex broadcast signal.
x DVD-VR
The types of sound tracks recorded on a disc are
displayed.
Example:
• [ Stereo]
• [ Stereo (Audio1)]
• [ Stereo (Audio2)]
• [ Main]
• [ Sub]
• [ Main/Sub]
• To receive the Dolby Digital signal, you need to
connect a TV or other component to the unit with a
digital coaxial or optical cord (pages 22, 24). If your
TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel
function (pages 22,64), you can receive a Dolby
Digital signal via an HDMI cable.
• [ Stereo (Audio1)] and [ Stereo (Audio2)] do not
appear when only one audio stream is recorded on the
disc.
x CD
• [ Stereo]: The standard stereo sound.
• [ 1/L]: The sound of the left channel
(monaural).
• [ 2/R]: The sound of the right channel
(monaural).
• [ L+R]: The sound of both the left and right
channels output from each individual speaker.
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AUDIO
Press AUDIO repeatedly until the desired
signal appears in the front panel display.
• “MAIN”: Sound of the main language will be
output.
• “SUB”: Sound of the sub language will be
output.
• “MAIN/SUB”: Mixed sound of both the main
and sub languages will be output.
3
Tuner
Adjust the volume by pressing
VOL +/–.
If an FM program is noisy
Listening to the Radio
You can enjoy radio sound with the system’s
speakers.
If an FM program is noisy, you can select
monaural reception. There will be no stereo
effect, but reception will improve.
1
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears on the TV screen.
"/1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Number
buttons
0
3
Press X/x to select [FM Mode], then
press
.
Press X/x to select [Monaural].
Tuner
1
2
• [Stereo]: Stereo reception.
• [Monaural]: Monaural reception.
C/X/x/c,
OPTIONS
HOME
FUNCTION
4
Press
.
PRESET +/–
The setting is made.
TUNING +/–
To turn off the radio
x
Press "/1.
VOL +/–
Current station
Presetting radio stations
Current preset number
You can preset up to 20 stations. Before tuning,
make sure to turn down the volume to minimum.
FM 07
1
88.00 MHz
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “FM”
appears in the front panel display.
Press and hold TUNING +/– until the
auto scanning starts.
Scanning stops when the system tunes in a
station.
1
2
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “FM”
appears in the front panel display.
3
Select the radio station.
4
Automatic tuning
Press and hold TUNING +/– until the auto
scanning starts.
[Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen.
Scanning stops when the system tunes in a
station.
To stop the automatic tuning manually,
press TUNING +/– or x.
Manual tuning
Press OPTIONS.
The option menu appears on the TV screen.
5
6
Press X/x to select [Preset Memory],
then press
.
Press X/x to select the preset number
you want, then press
.
Repeat Steps 2 to 5 to store other
stations.
To change the preset number
Select the desired preset number by pressing
PRESET +/–, then perform the procedure from
Step 3.
Press TUNING +/– repeatedly.
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Selecting the preset station
1
Press FUNCTION repeatedly until “FM”
appears in the front panel display.
The last received station is tuned in.
2
Press PRESET +/– repeatedly to select
the preset station.
The preset number and frequency appear on
the TV screen and front panel display.
Each time you press the button, the system
tunes in one preset station.
• You can select the preset station number directly
by pressing the number buttons.
• Each time you press DISPLAY, the display in
the front panel display changes as follows:
Frequency t Preset number t
Stream information/Decoding status* t
Frequency t …
* Does not appear depending on the setting of
[Surround Setting].
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Other Operations
Using the Control for
HDMI Function for
“BRAVIA” Sync
• Some functions can only be used if the connected TV
is compatible, and require prior setting via the TV.
Refer to the operating instructions of the TV.
• To use the System Audio Control function, you need
to make an audio connection between the system and
TV (page 22).
Using “BRAVIA” Sync
Control for HDMI - Easy Setting
You can set the system’s [Control for HDMI]
function automatically by enabling the
corresponding setting on the TV.
For details about the Control for HDMI
function, see “[HDMI Settings]” (page 64)
System Power Off
• While the TV is in PAP (picture and picture) mode,
or the system is playing video/photo files from the
iPod/iPhone, the System Audio Control function will
not work.
• Depending on the TV, when you adjust the unit’s
volume, the volume level appears on the TV screen.
In this case, the volume level that appears on the TV
screen and the unit’s front panel display may differ.
Other Operations
This function is available on TVs with the
“BRAVIA” Sync function.
By connecting Sony components that are
compatible with the Control for HDMI function
via an HDMI cable, operation is simplified.
You can use the System Audio Control function
as follows:
• When the system is turned on, the sound of the
TV or other components can be output from
the speakers of the system.
• When sound from the TV or other components
is output via the speakers of the system, you
can change the speakers to which TV sound is
output by pressing
SPEAKERS TVyAUDIO.
• When sound from the TV or other components
is output via the speakers of the system, you
can adjust the volume and turn off the sound of
the system by operating the TV.
Audio Return Channel
You can enjoy TV sound via the system by using
just one HDMI cable. For details of the setting,
see “Connecting the TV” (page 22).
Remote Easy Control
You can control the basic functions of the
system via the TV remote when the system’s
video output is displayed on the TV screen.
You can turn the system off in sync with the TV.
Language Follow
• The system does not turn off automatically while
playing music or when set to the “FM” function.
When you change the language for the on-screen
display of the TV, the system’s on-screen
display language is also changed after turning
the system off and on.
One-Touch Play
When you press N on the remote, the system
and your TV turn on, and your TV’s input is set
to the HDMI input to which the system is
connected.
System Audio Control
You can simplify operation to enjoy sound from
the TV or other components.
Routing Control
When you perform One-Touch Play on the
connected component, the system turns on and
sets the system’s function to “HDMI1” or
“HDMI2” (depending on the HDMI input jack
in use), and your TV’s input is automatically set
to the HDMI input to which the system is
connected.
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• Make sure that the component is connected to the
system via an HDMI cable, and the Control for
HDMI function of the connected component is set to
on.
Calibrating the
Appropriate Settings
Automatically
• Before [Auto Calibration], make sure that the
surround amplifier turns on and you install the
surround amplifier in the appropriate location. If
you install the surround amplifier in an improper
location, such as another room, proper
measurement will not be obtained.
8
The speakers connected to the unit are listed
as [Yes] on the TV screen.
• If measurement fails, follow the message then
retry [Auto Calibration].
• The measurement for [Subwoofer] is always
[Yes] and [Speaker Settings] returns to the
default setting when you perform [Auto
Calibration].
[Auto Calibration]
D.C.A.C. (Digital Cinema Auto Calibration) can
set the appropriate surround sound
automatically.
• The system outputs a loud test sound when [Auto
Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume
down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.
1
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Audio Settings],
then press
.
Press X/x to select [Auto Calibration],
then press
.
The confirmation display for [Auto
Calibration] appears.
5
Connect the calibration mic to the
A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.
Set up the calibration mic at ear level using
a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of
each speaker should face the calibration
mic, and there should be no obstruction
between the speakers and the calibration
mic.
6
Press X/x to select [OK].
To cancel, select [Cancel].
7
Press
.
[Auto Calibration] starts.
The system adjusts the speaker settings
automatically.
Be quiet during the measurement.
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Confirm the conclusions of [Auto
Calibration].
9
Press X/x to select [OK] or [Cancel],
then press
.
x The measurement is OK.
Disconnect the calibration mic, then select
[OK]. The result is implemented.
x The measurement is not OK.
Follow the message, then select [OK] to
retry.
• While the Auto Calibration function is working, do
not operate the system.
Setting the Speakers
[Speaker Settings]
To obtain the best possible surround sound, set
connection of the speakers and their distance
from your listening position. Then use the test
tone to adjust the level and the balance of the
speakers to the same level.
1
Press HOME.
The speakers in the illustration correspond to the
following:
1Center speaker
2Front left speaker (L)
3Front right speaker (R)
4Subwoofer
5Surround left speaker (L)
6Surround right speaker (R)
1
2
3
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
4
Press X/x to select [Audio Settings],
then press
.
Other Operations
2
3
A
Press X/x to select [Speaker Settings],
then press
.
The [Speaker Settings] display appears.
5
Press X/x to select the item, then press
.
5
A
6
Check the following settings.
x [Connection]
If you do not connect center or surround
speakers, set the parameters for [Center] and
[Surround]. Since the front speaker and
subwoofer settings are fixed, you cannot change
them.
[Front]
[Yes]
[Front Left/Right] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the front
speaker distance.
[Center]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the center speaker
distance.
[Surround Left/Right]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the
surround speaker distance.
[Subwoofer] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the subwoofer
distance.
* This item appears when you set it to [Yes] in the
[Connection] setting.
[Center]
[Yes]: Normally select this.
[None]: Select this if no center speaker is used.
• Depending on the input stream, [Distance] may not
be effective.
[Surround]
[Yes]: Normally select this.
[None]: Select this if no surround speaker is
used.
• You can change measurement units (feet or meters)
by pressing the color button (RED).
[Subwoofer]
x [Level]
[Yes]
You can adjust the sound level of the speakers.
You can set the parameters from –6.0 dB to +6.0
dB. Be sure to set [Test Tone] to [On] for easy
adjustment.
x [Distance]
When you move the speakers, be sure to set the
parameters of the distance (A) from the
listening position to the speakers.
You can set the parameters from 0 to 23 feet (0.0
to 7.0 meters).
[Front Left/Right] 0.0 dB: Set the front speaker
level.
[Center]* 0.0 dB: Set the center speaker level.
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[Surround Left/Right]* 0.0 dB: Set the surround
speaker level.
[Subwoofer] 0.0 dB: Set the subwoofer level.
* This item appears when you set it to [Yes] in the
[Connection] setting.
Using the Sleep Timer
x [Test Tone]
You can set the system to turn off at a preset
time, so you can fall asleep listening to music.
The time can be preset in intervals of 10
minutes.
The speakers will emit a test tone to adjust
[Level].
Press SLEEP.
[Off]: The test tone is not emitted from the
speakers.
[On]: The test tone is emitted from each speaker
in sequence while adjusting level. When you
select one of the [Speaker Settings] items, the
test tone is emitted from each speaker in
sequence.
Adjust the sound level as follows.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
When you set the sleep timer, the remaining
time appears every 5 minutes.
When the remaining time is less than 2 minutes,
“SLEEP” flashes in the front panel display.
To check the remaining time
Set [Test Tone] to [On].
Press SLEEP once.
Press X/x to select [Level], then press
.
To change the remaining time
Press X/x to select the desired speaker
type, then press
.
Press C/c to select the left or right
speaker, then press X/x to adjust the
level.
Press
.
Repeat Steps 3 to 5.
Press RETURN.
The system returns to the previous display.
8
Each time you press SLEEP, the minutes display
(the remaining time) in the front panel display
changes by 10 minutes.
Press X/x to select [Test Tone], then
press
.
Press X/x to select [Off], then press
.
• The test tone signals are not output from the HDMI
(OUT) jack.
• To adjust the volume of all the speakers at one time,
press VOL +/–.
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select the desired
time.
Deactivating the Buttons
on the Unit
(Child Lock)
You can deactivate the buttons on the unit
(except for "/1) for preventing misoperation,
such as child mischief (child lock function).
Press x on the unit for more than 5
seconds.
“LOCKED” appears in the front panel display.
The child lock function is activated and the
buttons on the unit are locked. (You can operate
the system by using the remote.)
To cancel, press x for more than 5 seconds so
that “UNLOCK” appears in the front panel
display.
• When you operate the buttons on the unit while the
child lock function is on, “LOCKED” flashes in the
front panel display.
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Controlling Your TV or
Other Components with
the Supplied Remote
z
z
FAVORITES
z
z
POP UP/MENU
(LIST)
a
z
C/X/x/c,
z
z
RETURN
z
z
HOME (MENU)
z
z
OPTIONS
(TOOLS)
z
z
FUNCTION
(PAGE –)
a
a
SOUND MODE
(PAGE +)
a
a
./>
z
a
NETFLIX
z
a
QRIOCITY
z
a
m/M
z
z
N
z
z
X
z
z
x
z
z
Press the TV or STB operation mode
button that matches the component
you want to control.
MUTING
z
z
VOL +/–
z
z
CH +/–
z
z
Press the appropriated buttons listed
in the following table.
DISPLAY
z
z
• When you replace the batteries of the remote, the
remote setting may be reset to the default (SONY)
setting.
Controlling your components
with the supplied remote
• z: The button can be used with the
default setting of the remote.
• a: The button can be used when you
change the preset code of the remote.
Button
Remote’s mode
TV
STB
AV "/1
z
z
Number buttons
z
z
z
z
ENTER
z
z
AUDIO
z
z
SUBTITLE (CC)
z
a
SLEEP (INPUT)
z
z
Color buttons
(YELLOW/
BLUE/RED/
GREEN)
z
a
Other Operations
STB
TOP MENU
(GUIDE)
You can control non-Sony components by
changing the preset code of the remote. For
operation, see “Changing the preset code of the
remote (Preset mode)” (page 52).
2
Remote’s mode
TV
You can control your TV and other components
such as a cable box or digital satellite receiver
with the supplied remote. The remote is initially
set to control Sony components.
1
Button
• In TV or STB mode, if you press any of the buttons
above, the TV or STB operation mode button lights
up. (However, depending on the code setting, some
buttons may not work, and the TV or STB operation
mode button may not light up.)
• If you press other than the buttons above when the
remote is in TV or STB mode, the TV or STB
operation mode button does not light up.
• Depending on the TV or component, you may not be
able to use some of the buttons.
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Changing the preset code of
the remote (Preset mode)
1
Clearing the preset code from
the remote’s memory
1
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press C/c to select
Press X/x to select [Preset Mode], then
press
.
Press X/x to select the component type
that you want to operate with the
supplied remote, then press
.
Press X/x to select the device’s
manufacturer, then press
.
Press POP UP/MENU while pressing
the operation mode button TV (for a TV)
or STB (for a cable box, digital satellite
receiver, digital video recorder, etc.).
The remote enters Preset mode. The TV or
STB operation mode button (whichever
button you pressed) starts flashing.
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When the TV or STB operation mode
button starts flashing, enter the code
on the TV screen using the number
buttons, then press ENTER.
If you successfully set the code, the TV or
STB operation mode button will flash twice
slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the
TV or STB operation mode button will
flash five times quickly.
• You can quit Preset mode by pressing the TV or STB
operation mode button (whichever button is
flashing).
• If you do not operate the remote for more than 10
seconds during presetting mode, the remote exits
from presetting mode.
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The BD, TV, and STB operation buttons
light up.
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [Remote Controller
Setting Guide], then press
.
Press and hold AV ?/1 first, then press
VOL –, then press CH –.
2
Release all buttons.
The BD, TV, and STB operation mode
buttons turn off and the preset code is
cleared. The remote returns to its default
settings.
Saving Power in Standby
Mode
Check that the following settings are both made:
– [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] is set
to [Off] (page 64).
– [Quick Start Mode] is set to [Off] (page 64).
Browsing Websites
You can connect to the Internet and enjoy
websites like the Sony homepage using the
system.
1
Internet Browser display
You can check website information by pressing
DISPLAY. The display information differs
depending on the website and page status.
Prepare for Internet browsing.
Connect the system to a network (page 27).
2
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
Press C/c to select
[Network].
Press X/x to select [Internet Browser],
then press
.
The [Internet Browser] display appears.
A Page title
• Some websites may not display correctly, or not
function.
To enter a URL
Select [URL entry] from the options menu.
Enter the URL using the software keyboard,
then select [Enter].
To set the default start page
While the page you want to set is displayed,
select [Set as start page] from the options menu.
To return to the previous page
Select [Previous page] from the options menu. If
the previous page does not appear even if you
select [Previous page], select [Window List]
from the options menu and select the page you
want to return to from the list.
To quit Internet Browser
Press HOME.
B Cursor
Move by pressing C/X/x/c. Place the cursor
on the link you want to view, then press .
The linked website is displayed.
Other Operations
3
4
C Page address
D SSL icon
Appears when the linked URL is secured.
E Signal strength indicator
Appears when the system is connected to a
wireless network.
F Progress bar/Loading icon
Appears when the page is being read, or during
file download/transfer.
G Text input field
Press , then choose [Input] from the options
menu to open the software keyboard.
H Scroll bar
Press C/X/x/c to move the page display left,
up, down, or right.
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Available options
Various settings and operations are available by
pressing OPTIONS.
The available items differ depending on the
situation.
Items
Details
[Browser Setup]
Displays the Internet Browser
settings.
• [Zoom]: Increases or
decreases the size of the
displayed contents.
• [JavaScript Setup]: Sets
whether to enable or disable
JavaScript.
• [Cookie Setup]: Sets
whether or not to accept
browser cookies.
• [SSL Alarm Display]: Sets
whether to enable or disable
SSL.
[Input]
Displays the software
keyboard to enter characters
while browsing a website.
[Break]
Moves the cursor to the next
line in the text input field.
[Delete]
Erases one character on the
left side of the cursor during
text input.
[Window List]
Displays a list of all currently
opened websites.
Allows you to return to a
previously displayed website
by selecting the window.
[Bookmark List]
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Displays the bookmark list.
[Character encoding]
Sets the character code.
[Previous page]
Moves to a previously
displayed page.
[Next page]
Moves to the previously
displayed next page.
[Cancel loading]
Stops loading a page.
[Reload]
Reloads the same page.
[URL entry]
Allows you to enter a URL
when the software keyboard
is displayed.
[Add to Bookmark]
Adds the currently displayed
website to the bookmark list.
Items
Details
[Set as start page]
Sets the currently displayed
website as the default start
page.
[Open in new
window]
Opens a link in a new
window.
[Display certificate]
Displays server certificates
sent from pages that support
SSL.
Further Settings for the
Wireless System
Activating wireless
transmission between specific
units
[Secure Link]
You can specify the wireless connection to link
the main unit to the surround amplifier using the
Secure Link function.
This function can help prevent interference if
you use multiple wireless products or your
neighbors use wireless products.
1
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
4
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
Press X/x to select [System Settings],
then press
.
Press X/x to select [Wireless Sound
Connection], then press
.
The [Wireless Sound Connection] display
appears.
5
6
7
Press X/x to select [Secure Link], then
press
.
Press SECURE LINK on the rear of the
surround amplifier.
5
6
Press X/x to select [RF Channel], then
press
.
Press X/x to select the desired setting,
then press
.
The surround amplifier is linked to the main
unit and the LINK/STANDBY indicator
turns orange.
If the message [Cannot set Secure Link.]
appears, follow the on-screen messages.
The transmission may be improved by changing the
transmission channel (frequency) of the other wireless
system(s). For details, refer to the operating
instructions of the other wireless system(s).
Other Operations
After the message [Secure Link setting
is complete.] appears, press
.
• [Auto]: Normally select this. The system
automatically selects the better channel
for transmission.
• [1], [2], [3]: The system transmits sound
by fixing the channel for transmitting.
Select the channel with the better
transmission.
Press C/c to select [Start], then press
.
To return to the previous display, select
[Cancel].
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Press X/x to select [Wireless Sound
Connection], then press
.
The [Wireless Sound Connection] display
appears.
Press X/x to select [On], then press
.
Proceed to the next Step within a few
minutes.
8
4
To cancel the Secure Link
function
Setting up the Network
For the main unit
Select [Off] on Step 6 above.
For the surround amplifier
Press and hold SECURE LINK on the rear of the
surround amplifier until the LINK/STANDBY
indicator turns green or flashes green.
[Internet Settings]
Before setting, connect the system to the
network. For details, see “Step 3: Connecting to
the Network” (page 27).
To open the setting display
If wireless transmission is
unstable
1
Press HOME.
[RF Channel]
If you use multiple wireless systems, such as a
wireless LAN (Local Area Network) or
Bluetooth, the wireless signals may be unstable.
In this case, the transmission may be improved
by changing the following [RF Channel] setting.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
HOME
Press HOME.
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
2
3
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
Press X/x to select [System Settings],
then press
.
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2
Press C/c to select
[Setup].
When connecting to the LAN
with a LAN cable
Follow the Steps below for connecting to a LAN
(Local Area Network).
Auto setting
3
1
Press X/x to select [Network Settings],
then press
.
2
Press X/x to select [Wired Setup] on
the [Internet Settings] display, then
press
.
Press X/x to select [Auto], then press
.
The system performs the network setting
automatically, and internet settings appear
on the TV screen.
3
4
4
Press X/x to select [Internet Settings],
then press
.
The [Internet Settings] display appears.
Press c.
Press X/x to select [Save & Connect],
then press
.
The system starts checking the network
connection.
5
Check that the message [Internet
Settings is now complete.] appears,
then press
.
The setup is finished. If the message does
not appear, follow the on-screen messages.
Manual setting
1
• The [Internet Settings] items are necessary to connect
to the Internet. Enter the respective (alphanumeric)
values for your broadband router or Wireless LAN
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.
• For more information, go to the following URL.
For customers in the U.S.:
http://www.sony.com/support
For customers in Canada:
English: http://www.sony.ca/support
French: http://fr.sony.ca/support
For customers in Mexico and Latin America:
http://esupport.sony.com/LA
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2
Press X/x to select [Wired Setup] on
the [Internet Settings] display, then
press
.
Press X/x to select [Custom], then
press
.
3
Press X/x to select the network setting
type, then press
.
4
Press X/x to select the proxy server
setting, then press
.
When connecting to the
wireless LAN with the system’s
built-in Wi-Fi or the USB
Wireless LAN Adapter
Follow the Steps below for connecting to a
wireless LAN (Local Area Network).
When your wireless router is
compatible with the WPS
function
1
2
3
4
The system starts checking the network
connection.
7
Check that the message [Wi-Fi
Protected Setup was successful.]
appears, then press c.
When your wireless router is not
compatible with the WPS
function
1
Check that the message [Internet
Settings is now complete.] appears,
then press
.
The setup is finished. If the message does
not appear, follow the on-screen messages.
Activate the WPS function of your
wireless router, press X/x to select
[Start], then press
.
Setup of wireless LAN connectivity and the
IP address is finished.
Next, enter the proxy server setting. Follow
Steps 4 to 7 of “Manual setting” in “When
connecting to the LAN with a LAN cable”
above.
Press c.
Press X/x to select [Save & Connect],
then press
.
Press X/x to select [Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS)], then press
.
For details about activating the WPS
function, see the operating instructions of
your router.
• [No]: A proxy server is not used.
• [Yes]: Enter the proxy server setting.
Press C/X/x/c and the number buttons,
then press
.
The value of the internet settings appears on
the TV screen.
5
6
Press X/x to select [Wireless
Setup(built-in)] or [USB Wireless
Setup] on the [Internet Settings]
display, then press
.
Other Operations
• [Auto]: The system sets the IP address
automatically, and the [DNS Settings]
display appears.
When you select [Auto] and press
, the
system sets the DNS setting
automatically.
When you select [Specify IP address] and
press
, enter the DNS settings
manually.
Press C/X/x/c and the number buttons to
set the following items, then press
.
– [Primary DNS]
– [Secondary DNS]
• [Specify IP address]: Enter the network
settings manually according to your
network environment.
Press C/X/x/c and the number buttons to
set the following items, then press
.
– [IP Address]
– [Subnet Mask]
– [Default Gateway]
– [Primary DNS]
– [Secondary DNS]
2
Press X/x to select [Wireless
Setup(built-in)] or [USB Wireless
Setup] on the [Internet Settings]
display, then press
.
Press X/x to select [Scan], then press
.
The system searches for available wireless
LANs, then the list of wireless LANs
appears.
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3
Press X/x to select the wireless LAN
name, then press
.
x When the selected wireless LAN is
unsecured
Setup of wireless LAN connectivity is
finished. Next, enter the IP address settings
by following the Steps of “Auto setting” or
“Manual setting” in “When connecting to
the LAN with a LAN cable” above.
x When the selected wireless LAN is
secured
The display for entering a WEP or WPA
key appears. Go to Step 5.
x To specify the wireless LAN name
Select [Manual Entry].
The input display appears. Enter the
wireless LAN name by following the onscreen messages, then press c.
4
Press X/x to select the security mode,
then press
.
• [None]: Select this if the wireless LAN is
unsecured. Setup of wireless LAN
connectivity is finished. Next, enter the IP
address settings by following the Steps of
“Auto setting” or “Manual setting” in
“When connecting to the LAN with a
LAN cable” above.
• [WEP]: The wireless LAN is protected by
a WEP key.
• [WPA/WPA2-PSK]: The wireless LAN is
protected by a WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK.
• [WPA2-PSK]: The wireless LAN is
protected by a WPA2-PSK.
5
Enter the WEP key/WPA key by
following the on-screen messages,
then press c.
Setup of wireless LAN connectivity is
finished. Next, enter the IP address settings
by following the Steps of “Auto setting” or
“Manual setting” in “When connecting to
the LAN with a LAN cable” above.
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About wireless LAN security
Since communication via the wireless LAN
function is established by radio waves, the
wireless signal may be susceptible to
interception. To protect wireless
communication, this system supports various
security functions. Be sure to correctly
configure the security settings in accordance
with your network environment.
No Security
Although you can easily make settings, anyone
can intercept wireless communication or intrude
into your wireless network, even without any
sophisticated tools. Keep in mind that there is a
risk of unauthorized access or interception of
data.
WEP
WEP applies security to communications to
prevent outsiders from intercepting
communications or intruding into your wireless
network. WEP is a legacy security technology
that enables older device which do not support
TKIP/AES to be connected.
WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK
(TKIP)
TKIP is a security technology developed in
response to the deficiencies of WEP. TKIP
assures a higher security level than WEP.
WPA-PSK (AES), WPA2-PSK (AES)
AES is a security technology that uses an
advanced security method distinct from WEP
and TKIP.
AES assures a higher security level than WEP or
TKIP.
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Settings and Adjustments
Using the Setup Display
Explanation
[Screen Settings] (page 60)
Makes the screen settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
[Audio Settings] (page 61)
You can make various adjustments of items such
as picture and sound.
Select
(Setup) on the home menu when you
need to change the settings of the system.
The default settings are underlined.
Makes the audio settings
according to the type of
connecting jacks.
• Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over
the Setup Display settings and not all the functions
described may work.
[Parental Control Settings]
(page 63)
2
Makes detailed settings for BD/
DVD playback.
Makes detailed settings for the
Parental Control function.
Press HOME.
[Music Settings] (page 63)
The home menu appears on the TV screen.
Makes detailed settings for
Super Audio CD playback.
Press C/c to select
[System Settings] (page 63)
[Setup].
Makes the system-related
settings.
[Network Settings] (page 64)
Makes detailed settings for
Internet and network.
[Easy Setup] (page 65)
Re-runs the Easy Setup to make
the basic settings.
Settings and Adjustments
1
[BD/DVD Viewing Settings]
(page 62)
[Resetting] (page 65)
3
Press X/x to select the setup category
icon to change, then press
.
Resets the system to the factory
settings.
Example: [Screen Settings]
[Remote Controller
Setting Guide]
x [Preset Mode]
You can setup the following options.
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You can change the preset code of the remote for
controlling non-Sony components. For details,
see “Changing the preset code of the remote
(Preset mode)” (page 52).
Explanation
[Remote Controller Setting
Guide] (page 59)
Makes the remote settings for
operating the TV or other
components.
[Network Update] (page 60)
Updates the software of the
system.
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[Network Update]
[Screen Settings]
x [3D Output Setting]
[Auto]: Normally select this.
[Off]: Select this to display all contents in 2D.
• 3D video from the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack
is output regardless of this setting.
You can update and improve the functions of the
system.
For information about update functions, refer to
the following website:
x [TV Screen Size Setting for 3D]
Sets the screen size of your 3D compatible TV.
• This setting does not apply to 3D video from the
HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack.
For customers in the U.S.:
http://www.sony.com/support
x [TV Type]
For customers in Canada:
English: http://www.sony.ca/support
French: http://fr.sony.ca/support
[16:9]: Select this when connecting to a widescreen TV or a TV with a wide-mode function.
[4:3]: Select this when connecting to a 4:3
screen TV without a wide-mode function.
For customers in Mexico and Latin America:
http://esupport.sony.com/LA
During a software update, “UPDATING”
appears in the front panel display. After the
update completes, the main unit automatically
turns off. Please wait for the software update to
complete; do not turn the main unit on or off, or
operate the main unit or TV.
x [Screen Format]
[Original]: Select this when connecting to a TV
with a wide-mode function. Displays a 4:3
screen picture in 16:9 aspect ratio even on a
wide-screen TV.
[Fixed Aspect Ratio]: Changes the picture size
to fit the screen size with the original picture
aspect ratio.
x [DVD Aspect Ratio]
[Letter Box]: Displays a wide picture with black
bands on the top and bottom.
[Pan & Scan]: Displays a full-height picture on
the entire screen, with trimmed sides.
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x [Cinema Conversion Mode]
x [HDMI Deep Color Output]
[Auto]: Normally select this. The unit
automatically detects whether the material is
video-based or film-based, and switches to the
appropriate conversion method.
[Video]: The conversion method suited for
video-based material will always be selected
regardless of the material.
[Auto]: Normally select this.
[16bit], [12bit], [10bit]: Outputs 16bit/12bit/
10bit video signals when the connected TV is
compatible with Deep Color.
[Off]: Select this when the picture is unstable or
colors appear unnatural.
x [Output Video Format]
• If no picture appears when setting [HDMI] or
[Component Video] resolution, try another resolution
setting.
• When connecting via the COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT jack and [Component Video] is selected, BDROM playback of protected content is only supported
at 480i* output resolution (pages 22, 29).
* 480i/576i for Mexican and Latin American
models.
x [BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p Output]
[Auto]: Outputs 1920 × 1080p/24 Hz video
signals only when connecting a 1080/24pcompatible TV using the HDMI (OUT) jack.
[Off]: Select this when your TV is not
compatible with 1080/24p video signals.
x [YCbCr/RGB (HDMI)]
[Auto]: Automatically detects the type of
external device, and switches to the matching
color setting.
[YCbCr (4:2:2)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:2:2 video
signals.
[YCbCr (4:4:4)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:4:4 video
signals.
[RGB]: Select this when connecting to a device
with an HDCP-compliant DVI jack.
[Auto]: The picture, including subjects that
move dynamically, is output with no jitter.
Normally select this position.
[Frame]: The picture, including subjects that do
not move dynamically, is output in high
resolution.
[Audio Settings]
x [BD Audio MIX Setting]
[On]: Outputs the audio obtained by mixing the
interactive audio and secondary audio to the
primary audio.
[Off]: Outputs the primary audio only.
Settings and Adjustments
[HDMI]: Normally select [Auto]. Select
[Original Resolution] to output the resolution
recorded on the disc. (When the resolution is
lower than SD resolution, it is scaled up to SD
resolution.)
[Component Video]: Select the resolution that
suits your TV.
[Video]: Automatically sets the lowest
resolution.
x [Pause Mode] (BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-R/
DVD-RW only)
x [Audio DRC]
You can compress the dynamic range of the
sound track.
[Auto]: Performs playback at the dynamic range
specified by the disc (BD-ROM only).
[On]: The system reproduces the sound track
with the kind of dynamic range that the
recording engineer intended.
[Off]: No compression of dynamic range.
x [Attenuate - AUDIO]
Distortion may occur when you listen to a
component connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO
IN L/R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by
reducing the input level on the unit.
[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output
level is changed.
[Off]: Normal input level.
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x [Audio Output]
You can select the output method where the
audio signal is output.
[Speaker]: Outputs multi-channel sound from
the system’s speakers only.
[Speaker + HDMI]: Outputs multi-channel
sound from the system’s speakers and 2-channel
linear PCM signals from the HDMI (OUT) jack.
[HDMI]: Outputs sound from the HDMI (OUT)
jack only. Sound format depends on the
connected component.
• When [Control for HDMI] is set to [On] (page 64),
[Audio Output] is set to [Speaker + HDMI]
automatically and this setting cannot be changed.
• When [Audio Output] is set to [HDMI], the output
signal format for the “TV” and “SAT/CABLE”
function is 2-channel linear PCM.
x [Sound Effect]
You can set the system’s sound effects (SOUND
MODE and [Surround Setting]) to on/off.
[On]: Enables all of the system’s sound effects.
The upper limit of sampling frequency is set to
48 kHz.
[Off]: The sound effects are disabled. Select this
when you do not want to set the upper limit of
sampling frequency.
x [Surround Setting]
You can select the surround setting. For details,
see “Step 7: Enjoying Surround Sound”
(page 31)
x [Speaker Settings]
To obtain the best possible surround sound, set
the speakers. For details, see “Setting the
Speakers” (page 49).
x [Auto Calibration]
You can calibrate the appropriate settings
automatically. For details, see “Calibrating the
Appropriate Settings Automatically” (page 48).
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[BD/DVD Viewing
Settings]
You can make detailed settings for BD/DVD
playback.
x [BD/DVD Menu]
You can select the default menu language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 79).
x [Audio]
You can select the default track language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Original], the language given
priority in the disc is selected.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 79).
x [Subtitle]
You can select the default subtitle language for
BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs.
When you select [Select Language Code], the
display for entering the language code appears.
Enter the code for your language by referring to
“Language Code List” (page 79).
x [BD Hybrid Disc Playback Layer]
[BD]: Plays BD layer.
[DVD/CD]: Plays DVD or CD layer.
x [BD Internet Connection]
[Allow]: Normally select this.
[Do not allow]: Prohibits Internet connection.
[Parental Control
Settings]
x [Password]
Set or change the password for the Parental
Control function. A password allows you to set
a restriction on BD-ROM, DVD VIDEO, or
Internet video playback. If necessary, you can
differentiate the restriction levels for BD-ROMs
and DVD VIDEOs.
x [Parental Control Area Code]
You can make detailed settings for Super Audio
CD playback.
x [Super Audio CD Playback Layer]
[Super Audio CD]: Plays the Super Audio CD
layer.
[CD]: Plays the CD layer.
x [Super Audio CD Playback Channel]
[DSD 2ch]: Plays the 2ch area.
[DSD Multi]: Plays the multi-channel area.
[System Settings]
You can make the system-related settings.
x [BD Parental Control]
Playback of some BD-ROMs can be limited
according to the age of the users. Scenes may be
blocked or replaced with different scenes.
Follow the on-screen instructions and enter your
four-digit password.
x [DVD Parental Control]
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be limited
according to a predetermined level such as the
age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or
replaced with different scenes. Follow the
on-screen instructions and enter your four-digit
password.
x [Internet Video Parental Control]
Playback of some Internet videos can be limited
according to the age of the users. Scenes may be
blocked or replaced with different scenes.
Follow the on-screen instructions and enter your
four-digit password.
x [OSD]
You can select your language for the system onscreen displays.
x [Wireless Sound Connection]
Settings and Adjustments
Playback of some BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs
can be limited according to the geographic area.
Scenes may be blocked or replaced with
different scenes. Follow the on-screen
instructions and enter your four-digit password.
[Music Settings]
You can make further settings for the wireless
system. For details, see “Further Settings for the
Wireless System” (page 54).
Also, you can check the wireless transmission
status. When wireless transmission is activated,
[OK] appears to the right of [Status].
x [Illumination/Display]
You can select the status of the soft-touch
buttons (page 10) and front panel display
(page 11).
[Standard/On]: The soft-touch buttons and the
front panel display stay illuminated.
[Simple/Off]: The soft-touch buttons and the
front panel display turn off when the system is
not being operated.
x [Internet Video Unrated]
[Allow]: Allows the playback of unrated
Internet videos.
[Block]: Blocks the playback of unrated Internet
videos.
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x [HDMI Settings]
x [Gracenote Settings]
[Control for HDMI]
[On]: On. You can operate mutually between
components that are connected with an HDMI
cable.
[Off]: Off.
[Auto]: Automatically downloads disc
information when you stop playback of the disc.
To download, the system must be connected to
the network.
[Manual]: Downloads disc information when
[Video Search] or [Music Search] is selected.
[Audio Return Channel]
This function is available when you connect the
system and TV that is compatible with the Audio
Return Channel function.
[Auto]: The system can receive the digital audio
signal of the TV automatically via an HDMI
cable.
[Off]: Off.
x [System Information]
You can display the system’s software version
information and the MAC address.
[Network Settings]
• This function is available only when [Control for
HDMI] is set to [On].
You can make detailed settings for Internet and
network.
x [Quick Start Mode]
x [Internet Settings]
[On]: Shortens the startup time from standby
mode. You can operate the system quickly after
turning it on.
[Off]: The default setting.
Connect the system to the network beforehand.
For details, see “Step 3: Connecting to the
Network” (page 27).
x [Network Connection Diagnostics]
x [Auto Standby]
[On]: Turns on the [Auto Standby] function.
When you do not operate the system for about
30 minutes, the system enters standby mode
automatically.
[Off]: Turns off the function.
You can run the network diagnostic to check if
the network connection has been made properly.
x [Connection Server Settings]
Sets whether or not to display the connected
DLNA server.
x [Auto Display]
x [Renderer Options]
[On]: Automatically displays information on the
screen when changing the viewing titles, picture
modes, audio signals, etc.
[Off]: Displays information only when you
press DISPLAY.
[Auto Access Permission]: Sets whether or not
to allow automatic access from newly detected
DLNA controller.
[Smart Select]: Allows a Sony DLNA controller
to find the system as the target component to
operate by using the infrared ray. You can set
this function to on or off.
[Renderer Name]: Displays the system’s name
as it is listed on other DLNA devices on the
network.
x [Screen Saver]
[On]: Turns on the screen saver function.
[Off]: Off.
x [Software Update Notification]
[On]: Sets the system to inform you of newer
software version information (page 60).
[Off]: Off.
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x [Renderer Access Control]
Sets whether or not to accept commands from
DLNA controllers.
x [Party Auto Start]
[On]: Starts a PARTY or joins an existing
PARTY at the request of a networked device
compatible with the PARTY STREAMING
function.
[Off]: Off.
x [Media Remote Device Registration]
Registers your “Media remote” device.
x [Registered Media Remote Devices]
Displays a list of your registered “Media
remote” devices.
Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic
settings. Follow the on-screen instructions.
[Resetting]
Settings and Adjustments
[Easy Setup]
x [Reset to Factory Default Settings]
You can reset the system settings to the factory
default by selecting the group of settings. All the
settings within the group will be reset.
x [Initialize Personal Information]
You can erase your personal information stored
in the system.
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Additional Information
Precautions
On safety
• To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, on the system, or
place the system near water, such as near a bathtub or
shower room. Should any solid object or liquid fall
into the cabinet, unplug the system and have it
checked by qualified personnel before operating it
any further.
• Do not touch the AC power cord (mains lead) with
wet hands. Doing so may cause an electric shock.
On power sources
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet (mains) if you do
not intend to use it for an extended period of time. To
disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, never by
the cord.
On placement
• Place the system in a location with adequate
ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the system.
• At high volume, over long periods of time, the cabinet
becomes hot to the touch. This is not a malfunction.
However, touching the cabinet should be avoided. Do
not place the system in a confined space where
ventilation is poor as this may cause overheating.
• Do not block the ventilation slots by putting anything
on the system. The system is equipped with a high
power amplifier. If the ventilation slots are blocked,
the system can overheat and malfunction.
• Do not place the system on surfaces (rugs, blankets,
etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may
block the ventilation slots.
• Do not install the system in a confined space, such as
a bookshelf or similar unit.
• Do not install the system near heat sources such as
radiators, air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration, or
shock.
• Do not install the system in an inclined position. It is
designed to be operated in a horizontal position only.
• Keep the system and discs away from components
with strong magnets, such as microwave ovens, or
large loudspeakers.
• Do not place heavy objects on the system.
• Do not place metal objects in front of the front panel.
They may limit reception of radio waves.
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• Do not place the system in a place where medical
equipment is in use. It may cause a malfunction of
medical equipment.
• If you use a pacemaker or other medical device,
consult your physician or the manufacturer of your
medical device before using the wireless LAN
function.
On operation
• If the system is brought directly from a cold to a warm
location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture
may condense on the lenses inside the unit. Should
this occur, the system may not operate properly. In
this case, remove the disc and leave the system turned
on for about half an hour until the moisture
evaporates.
• When you move the system, take out any disc. If you
do not, the disc may be damaged.
• If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the unit and
have it checked by qualified personnel before
operating it any further.
On adjusting volume
• Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section
with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you
do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level
section is suddenly played.
On cleaning
• Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth
slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do
not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or
solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your system, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
On cleaning discs, disc/lens
cleaners
• Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners
(including wet or spray types). These may cause
the apparatus to malfunction.
On replacement of parts
• In the events that this system is repaired, repaired
parts may be collected for reuse or recycling
purposes.
On your TV’s color
• If the speakers should cause the TV screen to have
color irregularity, turn off the TV then turn it on after
15 to 30 minutes. If color irregularity should persist,
place the speakers further away from the TV set.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Caution: This system is capable of holding a still
video image or on-screen display image on your
television screen indefinitely. If you leave the still
video image or on-screen display image displayed
on your TV for an extended period of time you risk
permanent damage to your television screen.
Projection televisions are especially susceptible to
this.
Notes about the Discs
On handling discs
• To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its
edge. Do not touch the surface.
• Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
On moving the system
• Before moving the system, make sure that there is no
disc inserted, and remove the AC power cord (mains
lead) from the wall outlet (mains).
On cleaning
• Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning
cloth.
Wipe the disc from the center out.
Additional Information
• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or
heat sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in
a car parked in direct sunlight as the
temperature may rise considerably inside the
car.
• After playing, store the disc in its case.
• Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners, or anti-static
spray intended for vinyl LPs.
This system can only play a standard circular
disc. Using neither standard nor circular discs
(e.g., card, heart, or star shape) may cause a
malfunction.
Do not use a disc that has a commercially
available accessory attached, such as a label or
ring.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the system, use this troubleshooting
guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
Note that if service personnel changes some parts during repair, these parts may be retained.
In the event of a problem with the wireless sound function, have a Sony dealer check the entire system
together (main unit and surround amplifier).
General
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The power is not turned on.
• Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected securely.
The remote does not function.
• The distance between the remote and the unit is too far.
• The batteries in the remote are weak.
The disc tray does not open and • Try the following: 1 Press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5
you cannot remove the disc even seconds to open the disc tray. 2 Remove the disc. 3 Disconnect the AC power
after you press Z.
cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after several
minutes.
The system does not work
normally.
• Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then
reconnect after several minutes.
Messages
Symptom
Problems and solutions
[A new software version is
• See [Network Update] (page 60) to update the system to a newer software
available. Please go to the
version.
“Setup” section of the menu and
select “Network Update” to
perform the update.] appears on
the TV screen.
“PROTECTOR” and “PUSH
PWR” appear alternately in the
front panel display.
Press "/1 to turn off the system, and check the following items after
“STANDBY” disappears.
• Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?
• Are you using only the specified speakers?
• Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the system?
• After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the system. If
the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above
items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
“LOCKED” appears in the front • Set the child lock function to off (page 50).
panel display.
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“DEMO LOCK” appears in the
front panel display.
• Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
“Exxxx” appears in the front
panel display.
• Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and
give the error code.
appears without any
messages on the entire TV
screen.
• Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
Picture
Symptom
Problems and solutions
There is no picture.
• Check the output method on your system (page 22).
There is no picture when you
make an HDMI cable
connection.
• The unit is connected to an input device that is not HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection) compliant (“HDMI” on the front panel does not
light up) (page 22).
3D images from the HDMI (IN
1) or HDMI (IN 2) jack do not
appear on the TV screen.
• Depending on the TV or video component, 3D images may not appear.
There is no picture or output
• When playing a BD-ROM, a high-resolution image may not be output because
resolution is low when you make of copy protection limitations. We recommend to make a HDMI connection
a component video cable
(page 22).
connection.
No picture appears when the
• Press and hold N and VOL – on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the
video output resolution selected video output resolution to the lowest resolution.
in [Output Video Format] is
incorrect.
The picture is not output
correctly.
• Check the [Output Video Format] settings in [Screen Settings] (page 61).
• If the analog and digital signals are output at the same time, set [BD/DVDROM 1080/24p Output] in [Screen Settings] to [Off] (page 61).
• For BD-ROMs, check the [BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p Output] settings in
[Screen Settings] (page 61).
Picture noise appears.
• Clean the disc.
• If the picture output from your system goes through your VCR to get to your
TV, the copy-protection signal applied to some BD/DVD programs could affect
picture quality. If you still experience problems even when you connect your
unit directly to your TV, try connecting your unit to the other input jacks.
Additional Information
The dark area of the picture is too • Set [Picture Quality Mode] to [Standard] (default) (page 40).
dark/the bright area is too bright
or unnatural.
An image is not displayed on the • Check the setting of [TV Type] in [Screen Settings](page 60).
entire TV screen.
• The aspect ratio on the disc is fixed.
Color irregularity occurs on the
TV screen.
• If the speakers are used with a CRT-based TV or projector, install the speakers
at least 1.0 ft (0.3 meters) from the TV set.
• If the color irregularity persists, turn off the TV set once, then turn it on after 15
to 30 minutes.
• Make sure that no magnetic object (magnetic latch on a TV stand, health care
device, toy, etc.) is placed near the speakers.
There is no picture after playing • Select the input on your TV for this system.
a video/photo file on the iPod/
iPhone.
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Sound
Symptom
Problems and solutions
There is no sound.
• The speaker cord is not connected securely.
• Check the speaker settings (page 49).
The Super Audio CD sound of a • HDMI (IN 1) and HDMI (IN 2) does not accept an audio format that contains
component that is connected to
copy protection. Connect the analog audio output of the component to the
the HDMI (IN 1) or HDMI (IN
AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks of the unit.
2) jack is not output.
There is no sound from the TV • Set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [On]
via the HDMI (OUT) jack when (page 64). Also, set [Audio Return Channel] in [HDMI Settings] of [System
using the Audio Return Channel Settings] to [Auto] (page 64).
function.
• Make sure that your TV is compatible with the Audio Return Channel function.
• Make sure that an HDMI cable is connected to a jack on your TV that is
compatible with the Audio Return Channel function.
The system does not output
• Set [Audio Return Channel] in [HDMI Settings] of [System Settings] to [Off]
sound correctly when connected (page 64).
to a set-top box.
Severe hum or noise is heard.
• Move your TV away from the audio components.
• Clean the disc.
The sound loses stereo effect
when you play a CD.
• Select stereo sound by pressing AUDIO (page 43).
The sound comes from the center • Depending on the disc, the sound may come from the center speaker only.
speaker only.
No sound or only a very lowlevel sound is heard from the
surround speakers.
• Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 20, 49).
• Check the surround setting (page 31).
• Depending on the source, the effect of the surround speakers may be less
noticeable.
• A 2 channel source is being played.
Distortion occurs in the sound of • Reduce the input level for the connected component by setting [Attenuate a connected component.
AUDIO] (page 61).
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Wireless sound
Problems and solutions
Wireless transmission is not
activated or there is no sound
from the surround speakers.
Check the status of the LINK/STANDBY indicator on the surround amplifier.
• Turns off.
– Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) of the surround amplifier is
connected securely.
– Turn the surround amplifier on by pressing "/1 on the surround amplifier.
• Flashes green quickly.
– 1 Press "/1 on the surround amplifier. 2 Insert the wireless transceiver
into the surround amplifier correctly. 3 Press "/1 on the surround amplifier.
• Flashes red.
– Press "/1 to turn off the surround amplifier, and check the following items.
1Are the + and – speaker cords short-circuited?
2Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the surround amplifier?
After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the
surround amplifier. If the cause of the problem cannot be found even after
checking all the above items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
• Flashes green or orange slowly or turns red.
– Make sure that the wireless transceiver is inserted correctly into the main
unit.
– Make the [Secure Link] setting again (page 54).
– Sound transmission is poor. Move the surround amplifier so that the LINK/
STANDBY indicator turns green or orange.
– Move the system away from other wireless devices.
– Avoid using any other wireless devices.
• Turns green or orange.
– Check the speaker connections and settings.
Noise is heard from surround
speakers or sound from the
surround speakers skips.
• Wireless transmission is unstable. Change the [RF Channel] setting in
[Wireless Sound Connection] (page 55).
• Install the unit and surround amplifier closer to each other.
• Do not install the unit and surround amplifier in a closed rack, on a metal rack,
or under a table.
Additional Information
Symptom
Tuner
Symptom
Problems and solutions
Radio stations cannot be tuned
in.
• Check that the antenna (aerial) is connected securely. Adjust the antenna
(aerial) or connect an external antenna (aerial) if necessary.
• The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic
tuning). Use manual tuning.
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Playback
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The disc does not play.
• The region code on the BD/DVD does not match the system.
• Moisture has condensed inside the unit and may cause damage to the lenses.
Remove the disc and leave the unit turned on for about half an hour.
• The system cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized (page 74).
File names are not displayed
correctly.
• The system can only display ISO 8859-1-compliant character formats. Other
character formats may be displayed differently.
• Depending on the writing software used, the input characters may be displayed
differently.
A disc does not start playing
from the beginning.
• Resume play has been selected. Press OPTIONS and select [Play from
beginning], then press .
Playback does not start from the • The resume point may be cleared from memory depending on the disc when
resume point where you last
– you open the disc tray.
stopped playing.
– you disconnect the USB device.
– you play other content.
– you turn off the unit.
The language for the soundtrack/ • Try using the BD’s or DVD’s menu.
subtitle or angles cannot be
• Multi-lingual tracks/subtitles or multi-angles are not recorded on the BD or
changed.
DVD being played.
Bonus contents or other data that • Try the following: 1 Remove the disc. 2 Turn the system off. 3 Remove and
are contained in a BD-ROM
reconnect the USB device (page 35). 4 Turn the system on. 5 Insert the BDcannot be played.
ROM with BONUSVIEW/BD-LIVE.
USB device
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The USB device is not
recognized.
• Try the following: 1 Turn the system off. 2 Remove and reconnect the USB
device. 3 Turn the system on.
• Make sure that the USB device is securely connected to the
(USB) port.
• Check if the USB device or a cable is damaged.
• Check if the USB device is on.
• If the USB device is connected via a USB hub, disconnect it and connect the
USB device directly to the unit.
BRAVIA Internet Video
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The picture/sound is poor/certain • Picture/sound quality may be poor depending on Internet content providers.
programs display with a loss of • Picture/sound quality may be improved by changing the connection speed.
detail, especially during fastSony recommends a connection speed of at least 2.5 Mbps for standardmotion or dark scenes.
definition video and 10 Mbps for high-definition video.
• Not all videos contain sound.
The picture is small.
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• Press X to zoom in.
“BRAVIA” Sync ([Control for HDMI])
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The [Control for HDMI]
function does not work
(“BRAVIA” Sync).
• Check that [Control for HDMI] is set to [On] (page 64).
• If you change the HDMI connection, turn the system off and on again.
• If power failure occurs, set [Control for HDMI] to [Off], then set [Control for
HDMI] to [On] (page 64).
• Check the following and refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
component.
– the connected component is compatible with the [Control for HDMI]
function.
– the connected component’s setting for the [Control for HDMI] function is
correct.
Network connection
Symptom
Problems and solutions
The system cannot connect to the • Check the network connection (page 27) and the network settings (page 64).
network.
Symptom
Problems and solutions
You cannot connect your PC to
the Internet after [Wi-Fi
Protected Setup (WPS)] is
performed.
• The wireless settings of the router may change automatically if you use the
Wi-Fi Protected Setup function before adjusting the settings of the router. In
this case, change the wireless settings of your PC accordingly.
You cannot connect the system
to your wireless LAN router.
• Check if the wireless LAN router is on.
• Depending on the usage environment, including the wall material, radio wave
reception conditions, or obstacles between the system and the wireless LAN
router, the possible communication distance may be shortened. Move the
system and the wireless LAN router closer to each other.
• Devices that use a 2.4 GHz frequency band, such as a microwave, Bluetooth, or
digital cordless device, may interrupt the communication. Move the unit away
from such devices, or turn off such devices.
Additional Information
Built-in/USB wireless LAN connection
The desired wireless router is not • Press RETURN to return to the previous screen, and try [Scan] again. If the
detected even if [Scan] is
desired wireless router is still not detected, press RETURN to select [Manual
performed.
registration].
The system cannot connect to the • The distance between the unit and the wireless LAN router is too far (page 27).
network or the network
connection is unstable.
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Notes on discs
Playable Discs
Blu-ray Disc
BD-ROM1)
BD-R/BD-RE2)
DVD3)
DVD-ROM
DVD-R/DVD-RW
DVD+R/DVD+RW
CD3)
CD-DA (Music CD)
CD-ROM
CD-R/CD-RW
Super Audio CD
1)Since
the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and
evolving, some discs may not be playable depending
on the disc type and the version. Also, the audio
output differs depending on the source, connected
output jack, and selected audio settings.
2)BD-RE: Ver.2.1
BD-R: Ver.1.1, 1.2, 1.3 including organic pigment
type BD-R (LTH type)
BD-Rs recorded on a PC cannot be played if
postscripts are recordable.
3)
A CD or DVD disc will not play if it has not been
correctly finalized. For more information, refer to the
operating instructions supplied with the recording
device.
Discs that cannot be played
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BDs with cartridge
BDXLs
DVD-RAMs
HD DVDs
DVD Audio discs
PHOTO CDs
Data part of CD-Extras
Super VCDs
Audio material side on DualDiscs
For U.S. and Canada models: A disc recorded
in a color system other than NTSC, such as
PAL
(This system conforms to the NTSC color
system.)
This product is designed to play back discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
DualDiscs and some music discs encoded with
copyright protection technologies do not
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
Therefore, these discs may not be compatible
with this product.
Note on playback operations of a
BD/DVD
Some playback operations of a BD/DVD may be
intentionally set by software producers. Since
this system plays a BD/DVD according to the
disc contents the software producers designed,
some playback features may not be available.
Note about double-layer BDs/
DVDs
The playback picture and sound may be
momentarily interrupted when the layers switch.
Region code (BD-ROM/DVD
VIDEO only)
Your system has a region code printed on the
rear of the unit and will only play a BD-ROM/
DVD VIDEO (playback only) labeled with
identical region codes or ALL .
Playable Types of Files
Video1)
File format
Extensions
MPEG-1 Video/PS2)5)
MPEG-2 Video/PS,
TS2)6)
“.mpg,” “.mpeg,” “.m2ts,”
“.mts”
Xvid
“.avi”
MPEG4/AVC2)5)
“.mkv,” “.mp4,” “.m4v,”
“.m2ts,” “.mts”
WMV92)5)
“.wmv,” “.asf”
AVCHD
3)5)
Music
Extensions
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio
Layer III)
“.mp3”
AAC2)4)5)
“.m4a”
WMA9 Standard2)4)
“.wma”
LPCM
“.wav”
Photo1)
File format
Extensions
JPEG
“.jpg,” “.jpeg”
GIF
“.gif”
PNG
“.png”
Additional Information
File format
• Some files may not play depending on the file format,
the file encoding, the recording condition, or DLNA
server condition.
• Some files edited on a PC may not play.
• The system can recognize the following files or
folders in BDs, DVDs, CDs and USB devices:
– up to folders in the 3rd tree
– up to 500 files in a single tree
• The system can recognize the following files or
folders stored in the DLNA server:
– up to folders in the 18th tree
– up to 999 files in a single tree
• Some USB devices may not work with this system.
• The system can recognize Mass Storage Class (MSC)
devices (such as flash memory or an HDD), Still
Image Capture Devices (SICDs), and 101-key
keyboards (front
(USB) port only).
• To avoid data corruption or damage to USB memory
or other devices, turn the system off before
connecting or removing USB memory or other
devices.
• The system may not play high bit rate video files from
a DATA CD smoothly. It is recommended to play
high bit rate video files using a DATA DVD.
1)The
system does not play these files via the renderer
function.
2)The system does not play files encoded with DRM.
3)The system plays AVCHD-format files that are
recorded via a digital video camera, etc. To watch
AVCHD-format files, the disc with AVCHD-format
files on it must be finalized.
4)The system does not play files encoded with
Lossless, etc.
5)The system does not play these files via the DLNA
function.
6)
The system plays SD resolution only via the DLNA
function.
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Supported Audio Formats
Audio formats supported by this system are as follows.
Format
LPCM 2ch
Function
LPCM 5.1ch
LPCM 7.1ch
Dolby Digital
Dolby
TrueHD,
Dolby Digital
Plus
DTS
DTS-ES
Discrete 6.1,
DTS-ES
Matrix 6.1,
DTS96/24
DTS-HD
High
Resolution
Audio
DTS-HD
Master
Audio
“BD/DVD”
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
“HDMI1”
“HDMI2”
a
–
a
–
a
–
–
–
“SAT/CABLE”
“TV”
(DIGITAL IN)
a
–
a
–
a
–
–
–
a: Supported format.
–: Unsupported format.
• HDMI (IN 1) and HDMI (IN 2) do not input sound in the case of an audio format that contains copy protections
such as Super Audio CD or DVD-Audio.
• For the LPCM 2ch format, the supported sampling frequency of the digital signal is up to 96 kHz when using the
“HDMI1” or “HDMI2” function, and 48 kHz when using the “TV” or “SAT/CABLE” function.
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USB Section
Specifications
(USB) port:
Amplifier Section
LAN Section
LAN (100) terminal
Wireless LAN Section
Standards Compliance
Frequency and Channel
VIDEO: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms
COMPONENT:
Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms
System
Speakers
Front (SS-TSB107) for BDV-E780W
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
96 mm × 330 mm × 72 mm
(3 7/8 in × 13 in × 2 7/8 in)
(w/h/d) (wall-mounted
part)
106 mm × 325 mm × 107
mm (4 1/4 in × 12 7/8 in ×
4 1/4 in) (w/h/d) (whole
speaker)
0.8 kg (1 lb 13 oz) (wallmounted part)
0.8 kg (1 lb 13 oz) (whole
speaker)
Front (SS-TSB108) for BDV-E980W
Dimensions (approx.)
HDMI Section
Type A (19pin)
BD/DVD/Super Audio CD/CD System
Signal format system
U.S. and Canada models: NTSC
Other models:
NTSC/PAL
PLL quartz-locked digital
synthesizer
Tuning range
U.S. and Canada models: 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz
(100 kHz step)
Other models:
87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz (50
kHz step)
Antenna (aerial)
FM wire antenna (aerial)
Antenna (aerial) terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced
PB, PR: 0.7 Vp-p
75 ohms
Connector
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
2.4 GHz - 2.4835 GHz
[CH1 -11]
FM Tuner Section
Video Section
Outputs
100BASE-TX Terminal
Additional Information
U.S.models:
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
(FTC)
Front L + Front R:
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 60 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 1% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
Other models:
POWER OUTPUT (rated)
Front L/Front R:
108 W + 108 W (at 3 ohms,
1 kHz, 1% THD)
POWER OUTPUT (reference)
Front L/Front R/Center: 167 W (per channel at
3 ohms, 1 kHz)
Subwoofer:
165 W (at 3 ohms, 80 Hz)
Inputs (Analog)
AUDIO (AUDIO IN)
Sensitivity: 450/250 mV
Inputs (Digital)
SAT/CABLE (COAXIAL)
TV (Audio Return Channel/OPTICAL)
Supported formats: LPCM
2CH (up to 48 kHz), Dolby
Digital, DTS
HDMI (IN 1)/HDMI (IN 2)
Supported formats: LPCM
2CH (up to 96 kHz), Dolby
Digital, DTS
Type A (For connecting
USB memory, memory
card reader, digital still
camera, and digital video
camera)
Mass (approx.)
96 mm × 775 mm × 72 mm
(3 7/8 in × 30 5/8 in ×
2 7/8 in) (w/h/d) (wallmounted part)
275 mm × 1,205 mm × 245
mm (10 7/8 in × 47 1/2 in ×
9 3/4 in) (w/h/d) (whole
speaker)
1.4 kg (3 lb 2 oz) (wallmounted part)
2.9 kg (6 lb 7 oz) (whole
speaker)
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Surround (SS-TSB106) for BDV-E780W
Surround amplifier (TA-SA300WR)
Dimensions (approx.)
Amplifier Section
U.S.models:
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS
POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC
DISTORTION:
(FTC)
With 3 ohms loads, both
channels driven, from 180
- 20,000 Hz; rated 45 watts
per channel minimum
RMS power, with no more
than 1% total harmonic
distortion from 250 milli
watts to rated output.
Other models:
POWER OUTPUT (reference)
Surround L/Surround R 167 W (per channel at 3
ohms, 1 kHz)
Rated impedance:
3 - 16 Ω
Power requirements
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
On: 50 W
Standby power consumption
0.5 W (standby mode)
0.13 W (turned off)
Dimensions (approx.)
206 mm × 60 mm × 236
mm (8 1/8 in × 2 3/8 in ×
9 3/8 in) (w/h/d) with the
wireless transceiver
inserted
Mass (approx.)
1.3 kg (2 lb 14 oz)
Mass (approx.)
96 mm × 245 mm × 96 mm
(3 7/8 in × 9 3/4 in × 3 7/8 in)
(w/h/d)
0.6 kg (1 lb 6 oz)
Surround (SS-TSB109) for BDV-E980W
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
96 mm × 775 mm × 72 mm
(3 7/8 in × 30 5/8 in ×
2 7/8 in) (w/h/d) (wallmounted part)
275 mm × 1,205 mm × 245
mm (10 7/8 in × 47 1/2 in ×
9 3/4 in) (w/h/d) (whole
speaker)
1.3 kg (2 lb 14 oz) (wallmounted part)
2.8 kg (6 lb 3 oz) (whole
speaker)
Center (SS-CTB103)
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
315 mm × 59 mm × 53 mm
(12 1/2 in × 2 3/8 in ×
2 1/8 in) (w/h/d)
0.4 kg (15 oz)
Subwoofer (SS-WSB105)
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
415 mm × 340 mm × 215
mm (16 3/8 in × 13 1/2 in ×
8 1/2 in) (w/h/d)
7.8 kg (17 lb 4 oz)
Wireless transceiver (EZW-RT50)
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
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120 V AC, 60 Hz
On: 130 W
Standby: 0.3 W (at the
Power Saving mode)
430 mm × 75 mm × 320
mm (17 in × 3 in ×
12 5/8 in) (w/h/d) incl.
projecting parts
430 mm × 75 mm × 333
mm (17 in × 3 in ×
13 1/8 in) (w/h/d) (with the
wireless transceiver
inserted)
4.1 kg (9 lb 1 oz)
Communication system
Frequency band
Modulation method
Power requirements
Dimensions (approx.)
Mass (approx.)
Wireless sound
Specification version 1.0
5.736 GHz - 5.814 GHz
DSSS
DC 3.3 V, 300 mA
30 mm × 9 mm × 60 mm
(1 3/16 in × 3/8 in × 2 3/8 in)
(w/h/d)
10 g (1/2 oz)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
• Standby power consumption 0.3W (main unit),
0.13W (surround amplifier).
• Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is
achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.
Language Code List
The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.
Additional Information
Parental Control/Area Code List
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Index
Numerics
F
Q
3D 34
3D Output Setting 60
FM Mode 45
Front panel 10
Front panel display 11
Quick Start Mode 64
A
A/V SYNC 42
Attenuate - AUDIO 61
Audio 62
Audio DRC 61
Audio Output 62
Audio Return Channel 64
Audio Settings 61
Auto Calibration 48, 62
Auto Display 64
Auto Standby 64
B
BD Audio MIX Setting 61
BD Hybrid Disc Playback
Layer 62
BD Internet Connection 62
BD Parental Control 63
BD/DVD Menu 62
BD/DVD Viewing Settings 62
BD/DVD-ROM 1080/24p
Output 61
BD-LIVE 34
BONUSVIEW 34
BRAVIA Internet Video 38
BRAVIA Sync 47
C
Gracenote Settings 64
H
HDMI
YCbCr/RGB (HDMI) 61
HDMI Deep Color Output 61
I
Illumination/Display 63
Initialize Personal Information
65
Internet content 38
Internet Settings 55, 64
Internet Video Parental Control
63
Internet Video Unrated 63
L
Language Code List 79
M
Media Remote Device
Registration 65
Multiplex broadcast sound 44
Music Settings 63
CD 74
Child Lock 50
Cinema Conversion Mode 61
Connection Server Settings 64
Control for HDMI 47, 64
N
D
O
D.C.A.C. (Digital Cinema Auto
Calibration) 48
DLNA 38, 64
Dolby Digital 43
DTS 43
DVD 74
DVD Aspect Ratio 60
DVD Parental Control 63
OSD 63
Output Video Format 61
E
Easy Setup 29, 65
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G
Network Connection
Diagnostics 64
Network Settings 64
Network Update 60
P
Parental Control Area Code 63
Parental Control Settings 63
Party Auto Start 65
Password 63
Pause Mode 61
Play information 35
Playable discs 74
Preset Mode 59
R
Rear panel 12
Region code 74
Registered Media Remote
Devices 65
Remote control 14
Remote Controller Setting
Guide 59
Renderer Access Control 64
Renderer Options 64
Reset to Factory Default
Settings 65
Resetting 65
S
Screen Format 60
Screen Saver 64
Screen Settings 60
SLEEP 50
Slideshow 41
Sound Effect 62
Speaker Settings 49, 62
Connection 49
Distance 49
Level 49
Subtitle 62
Super Audio CD Playback
Channel 63
Super Audio CD Playback
Layer 63
Surround amplifier 13
Surround Setting 62
System Information 64
T
Test Tone 50
TV Screen Size Setting for 3D
60
TV Type 60
U
Update 60
USB 35
W
WEP 58
Wireless Sound Connection 63
WPA2-PSK (AES) 58
WPA2-PSK (TKIP) 58
WPA-PSK (AES) 58
WPA-PSK (TKIP) 58
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The software of this system may be updated in the future. To find out details on any
available updates, please visit the following URL.
For customers in the U.S.:
http://www.sony.com/support
For customers in Canada:
English: http://www.sony.ca/support
French: http://fr.sony.ca/support
For customers in Mexico and Latin America:
http://esupport.sony.com/LA
©2011 Sony Corporation
Printed in Malaysia
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