Sony DHG-M55CV User's manual

Sony DHG-M55CV User's manual
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Digital Network
Receiver
TM
Hardware Setup Instructions
DHG-M55CV
© 2000 by Sony Corporation. Reproduction in whole or in
part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved.
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WARNING
Macrovision
To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to
rain or moisture.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited pay-perview uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
ATTENTION
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE,
NE PAS OUVRIR
PRECAUCION
RIESGO DE CHOQUE ELECTRICO
NO ABRIR
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
Features May Change
The features described in this manual may change due to
unscheduled automatic software upgrades activated by the service
provider without prior notice.
i.LINK
i.LINK is a trademark of Sony used only to designate that a
product contains an IEEE 1394 connector. All products with an
i.LINK connector may not communicate with each other.
Customer Service
If you have any problems with this unit, please contact
the following:
CABLEVISION SYSTEMS CORPORATION
CUSTOMER SERVICE
TEL: (516) 802-DSTB (3782)
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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.
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF
PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Note on Cleaning the Unit
Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth. Never use strong solvents such
as thinner or benzine, which might damage the finish of the
cabinet.
Note to CATV System Installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close
to the point of cable entry as practical.
Use of this television receiver for other than private viewing of
programs broadcast on UHF or VHF or transmitted by cable
companies for the use of the general public may require
authorization from the broadcaster/cable company and/or
program owner.
Trademark, Copyright, and License Information
All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without
written permission is prohibited. Sony, Digital Network Receiver,
i.LINK, and the “i” mark are trademarks of Sony. CABLEVISION
and the CABLEVISION logo are registered trademarks of
CABLEVISION SYSTEMS CORPORATION. Macrovision is a
trademark of Macrovision Corporation. Manufactured under
license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished
works. © 1992-1997. All rights reserved.
Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name:
Model No.:
Responsible Party:
Address:
Telephone No:
SONY
DHG-M55CV
Sony Electronics Inc.
1 Sony Drive
Park Ridge, NJ 07656
201-930-6972
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the two following 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.
NOTIFICATION
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 with 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:
❑
❑
❑
Ensure that the RF input connector is securely attached.
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.
Safety Instruction for Pluggable Equipment
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible.
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Safety
❑ Operate the unit only on AC 60 Hz 110-120 V.
❑ The plug is designed, for safety purposes, to fit into the wall
❑
outlet only one way.
If any liquid or solid object should fall inside the cabinet,
unplug the unit immediately and have it checked by
qualified service personnel before operating it further.
Accessories
Do not place the set on an unstable cart, stand, table or shelf. The
set may fall, causing serious injury to a child or an adult, and
serious damage to the set. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
Ventilation
Installing
❑ To prevent internal heat buildup, do not block the ventilation
The slots and openings in the cabinet and in the back or bottom are
provided for necessary ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of
the set, and to protect it from overheating, these slots and openings
must never be blocked or covered.
❑
❑
openings.
Do not install the unit in a hot or humid place, or in a place
subject to excessive dust or mechanical vibration.
Owner’s Record
❑
Never cover the slots and openings with a cloth or other
materials.
Never block the slots and openings by placing the set on a
bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
Never place the set in a confined space, such as a bookcase, or
built-in cabinet, unless proper ventilation is provided.
Do not place the set near or over a radiator or heat register, or
where it is exposed to direct sunlight.
The model and serial numbers are provided on the front of this
instruction manual and at the bottom of the unit. Refer to them
whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.
❑
Important Safety Notice
Power-Cord Protection
For your protection, please read these instructions completely, and
keep this manual for future reference.
Do not allow anything to rest on or roll over the power cord, and
do not place the set where the power cord is subject to wear or
abuse.
Carefully observe and comply with all warnings, cautions and
instructions placed on the set, or described in the operating
instructions or service manual.
WARNING
To guard against injury, the following basic safety precautions
should be observed in the installation, use, and servicing of the set.
❑
Lightning
For added protection for this receiver during a lightning storm, or
when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the cable. This will
prevent damage to the receiver due to lightning and power-line
surges.
Use
Service
Power Sources
Damage Requiring Service
This set should be operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the serial/model plate. If you are not sure of the type
of electrical power supplied to your home, consult your local
power company.
Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords or convenience
receptacles beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire or
electric shock.
Unplug the set from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions:
❑
❑
❑
❑
❑
Always turn the set off when it is not being used. When the set is
left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it
from the wall outlet as a precaution against the possibility of an
internal malfunction that could create a fire hazard.
When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
If liquid has been spilled into the set.
If the set has been exposed to rain or water.
If the set has been subject to excessive shock by being
dropped, or the cabinet has been damaged.
If the set does not operate normally when following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
specified in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment
of other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the set to
normal operation.
When the set exhibits a distinct change in performance — this
indicates a need for service.
Object and Liquid Entry
❑
Never push objects of any kind into the set through the cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts
that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any
kind on the set.
Servicing
Cleaning
Do not attempt to service the set yourself since opening the cabinet
may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Unplug the set from the wall outlet before cleaning or polishing it.
Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Safety Check
Use a cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning the exterior
of the set.
Installation
Water and Moisture
Do not use power-line operated sets near water — for example,
near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
Upon completion of any service or repairs to the set, ask the service
technician to perform routine safety checks (as specified by the
manufacturer) to determine that the set is in safe operating
condition, and to so certify.
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Contents
Introducing the Digital
Network Receiver
Unpacking........................................................... 1
Supplied Items .....................................................1
Items Supplied Separately by Cablevision............1
Optional Items .....................................................1
Front Panel ......................................................... 2
Front Panel Controls and Indicators.....................2
Front Panel Inputs ...............................................3
Front Panel Display..............................................3
Rear Panel........................................................... 4
Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806)................. 5
Programming the Remote Control .......................6
Programming the Remote to
Control Volume Level ...................................7
Replacing Batteries in the Remote.......................7
Using the Wireless Keyboard (KI-W55CV)........... 8
Programming the Wireless Keyboard.................10
Positioning the Keyboard...................................10
Adjusting the Keyboard Legs .............................10
Replacing Batteries in the Keyboard ..................11
Connecting the Digital
Network Receiver
Overview .......................................................... 15
TV with RF Connector Only............................... 16
TV and VCR with RF Connectors Only............... 17
TV with A/V Connectors.................................... 18
TV and VCR with A/V Connectors ..................... 19
Home Entertainment System ............................ 21
Setting Up the Remote Receiver ....................... 23
Other Information
Troubleshooting ............................................... 25
Changing the Digital Network
Receiver’s RF Output Channel ................... 26
Specifications.................................................... 27
Inputs and Outputs ........................................... 27
General ............................................................. 27
Accessories ....................................................... 27
Index ................................................................ 28
Remote Control Programmable Codes .............. 12
TV Codes............................................................12
VCR Codes .........................................................12
Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes ......... 13
TV Codes............................................................13
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Unpacking
Supplied Items
The following items are supplied:
Digital Network
Receiver (DHG-M55CV)
Hardwa
AC Power Cord
Items Supplied
Separately by
Cablevision
Optional Items
cablevis
ion
Digita
l Netw
ork Re
ceive
p Instruct
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ions
re Setu
Hardware
Setup Instructions
The following items are supplied separately by Cablevision:
❑
Remote control
❑
Wireless keyboard
❑
Access card
❑
(IR) Remote Receiver
❑
RF cable (to wall)
❑
Cablevision User Guide
You may also need to purchase the following accessories to complete
the setup of your components:
❑
Audio/video cables (as shown on pages 16 to 21).
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Front Panel
1
2
4
5
7
MENU
3
6
8
Front Panel Controls
and Indicators
Control or Indicator
Description
1
STANDBY 1
Switches the Digital Network Receiver between active and standby modes.
2
Affinity Card Slot
The slot in which the Affinity Card is inserted.
3
Front Panel Inputs
(Door)
Provides convenient audio/video line inputs and a USB connector. For details,
see “Front Panel Inputs” on page 3.
4
Front Panel Display
Provides status and other indicators about the Digital Network Receiver. For
details, see “Front Panel Display” on page 3.
5
Arrows (G g F f)
Moves the highlight within menus and guides. When watching TV in FULL TV
mode, the up and down arrows (F f) change the channel. The left and right
arrows (G g) decrease and increase the volume of the audio.
6
OK
Selects the highlighted on-screen item.
7
MENU
Displays the Menu screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
8
FULL TV
Displays a full screen display of the last channel.
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Front Panel
Front Panel Inputs
The front panel inputs are convenient for connecting audio/video
components and USB peripherals to the Digital Network Receiver.
1
Connector
2
Description
1
VIDEO/AUDIO
LINE IN
Inputs audio and video signals from your camcorder, digital still camera,
etc., using audio/video cables (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
2
USB
Used for connecting USB-equipped accessories (see the Cablevision user
guide for details).
Front Panel Display
1
4
2
Indicator
5
3
Description
1
POWER
When lit, indicates the power is active. When not lit, indicates standby mode.
2
CABLE
When lit, indicates the unit is transmitting cable channels on its RF output.
3
Matrix Display
Displays channel number and name, program title, and messages.
4
DOLBY DIGITAL
When lit, a Dolby Digital program is being received.
5
Time
Displays current time.
3
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Rear Panel
1
2
Connection
1 CABLE IN
2 TO TV/VCR
3 i.LINK (2)
4 VCR CONTROL
3
4
6
8
5
7
9
0
qa
qf
qs
qd
qg
Description
Connects to Cablevision cable network signals using an RF coaxial cable.
Outputs audio (variable) and video signals to the VHF/UHF (or RF) input on your TV
or VCR using an RF coaxial cable.
Used for connecting i.LINK-equipped devices (see the Cablevision user guide for
details).
Using an optional IR Repeater, outputs control signals to other devices (see the
Cablevision user guide for details).
5 REMOTE RECEIVER Inputs control signals to the Digital Network Receiver using an optional IR receiver.
Useful for when the front panel cannot receive IR signals, such as when the unit is
placed inside a cabinet. (For more information, contact Cablevision Customer Service.)
6 LINE OUT 1 (TV)
Outputs audio (variable) and video (including the receiver’s graphical user interface)
AUDIO (VARIABLE)/ signals to your TV using audio/video cables.
VIDEO
7 LINE OUT 2 (VCR) Outputs audio (fixed) and video signals to your VCR using audio/video cables.
AUDIO (FIXED)/
VIDEO
8 LINE OUT 1 (TV)
Outputs video signals to your S VIDEO-equipped TV using an S VIDEO cable.
S VIDEO
9 LINE OUT 2(VCR)
Outputs video signals to your S VIDEO-equipped VCR using an S VIDEO cable.
S VIDEO
0 USB (TO PC ONLY) Used for connecting USB-equipped PCs (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
qa DOLBY DIGITAL
Outputs digital audio signals to the coaxial (COAXIAL) or optical (OPTICAL) digital
(AC-3) AUDIO
input of your audio system.
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL/OPTICAL
qs USB
Used for connecting USB-equipped accessories (see the Cablevision user guide for
details).
qd ACCESS CARD Slot The slot in which the Access Card is inserted.
qf AC OUT
AC power switchable outlet (AC, 60Hz, 120V, 4.16A approx. 500W), for connecting
your TV or VCR’s AC power cord (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
qg AC IN
Inputs AC power from a power outlet using the AC power cord.
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Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806)
Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806)
✍ The following describes the Sony RM-Y806 remote control. If Cablevision supplied you
with a different remote control, see the manual that came with that remote for details.
Buttons that are highlighted below can also be used to operate your
TV and VCR after you’ve programmed the remote control. For
details, see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 6.
Button
Description
MUTE
Mutes the sound. Press again or press VOL to restore the
sound.
VCR POWER
Turns the VCR on and off.
TV POWER
Turns the TV on and off.
CABLE POWER
Switches the Digital Network Receiver between active
and standby modes.
INPUT
Selects (toggles through) the video inputs.
VCR FUNCTION
Activates the remote control for use with a VCR.
TV FUNCTION
Activates the remote control for use with a TV.
CABLE FUNCTION
Activates the remote control for use with the Digital
Network Receiver.
VIEWER
Displays the Viewer screen (see the Cablevision user
guide for details).
m
Rewind video.
N
Play video.
M
Fast-forward video.
z and N
Record (press simultaneously).
x
Stop video.
X
Pause video.
FAV
Displays the Favorites screen (see the Cablevision user
guide for details).
0–9
Selects a channel number directly. For example, to select
channel 6, enter 006. Or you can enter 6 and then # (the
ENTER button).
Selects the ” ” indicated advertisement frame in the
displayed screen.
#
ENTER button, used for confirming channel numbers (see
0-9 description above).
GUIDE
Displays the Guide screen (see the Cablevision user
guide for details).
MENU
Displays the Menu screen (see the Cablevision user
guide for details).
continued
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Programming the
Remote Control
Button
Description
FULL TV
Displays a full screen display of the last channel.
Arrows (G g F f)
Moves the highlight within menus and guides.
OK
Selects the highlighted item.
BACK
Displays the previous screen.
FWD
Displays the next screen.
LAST CH
Toggles between the last and current channel.
DISPLAY
Displays the Title Bar (see the Cablevision user guide for
details).
VOL +/-
Adjusts the volume.
CH +/-
Changes the channel.
CODE SET
Used for programming the remote control to operate
non-Sony video equipment. For details, see
“Programming the Remote Control” on page 6.
The remote control is preset at the factory to operate any Sony brand
TV and VCR. If you have any other brand of TV or VCR, use the
following procedures to program the remote to use the highlighted
buttons shown on pages 5 and 6.
To program the remote
1 Turn to “Remote Control Programmable Codes” on page 12, and
find the 3-digit code for your TV or VCR. If more than one code is
listed, use the number listed first to complete the following
procedures.
2 Press the CODE SET button.
3 Enter the 3-digit code using the 0-9 buttons.
4 Press the # button (located below the “9” button).
To check if the code works
1 Aim the remote control at the component you just programmed
(e.g. aim at the TV and press TV POWER).
2 If the component responds, try the CH+ and CH- buttons. If the
component responds, you’re done.
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Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806)
If the component does NOT respond
Try programming the remote using the other codes listed for your
brand. If you still cannot get your component to respond after trying
all the codes, your component may not be compatible with this
remote. If this happens, you must use your component’s remote to
operate it. Or, as an alternative, you can use the following
instructions to program the Digital Network Receiver’s remote to
control the volume level.
Programming the
Remote to Control
Volume Level
If you cannot successfully program the Digital Network Receiver’s
remote to control your TV (as described on page 6), you can still use
this remote to control the volume level (and MUTE) that is output from
the Digital Network Receiver’s audio LINE OUT 1 (TV) and TO TV/VCR jacks.
To program the remote to control the volume level
1 Press the CODE SET button.
2 Enter 200 using the 0-9 buttons.
3 Press the # button (located below the “9” button).
To check if the code works
1 Aim the remote control at the Digital Network Receiver.
2 Press the VOL+, VOL-, or MUTE button. If the volume level responds,
you’re done.
If you replace the TV or purchase a new one
Try programming the remote control as described on page 6, or you
can continue to control only the volume level as described in this
section.
Replacing Batteries
in the Remote
When the batteries need to be replaced, insert two size AA batteries
by matching the + and – on the batteries to the diagram inside the
battery compartment.Then replace the battery compartment lid.
✍ Remove the batteries to avoid damage from possible battery leakage whenever you
anticipate that the remote control will not be used for an extended period.
Handle the remote control with care. Avoid dropping it, getting it wet, or placing it in
direct sunlight, near a heater, or where the humidity is high.
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Using the Wireless Keyboard (KI-W55CV)
✍ The following describes the Sony KI-W55CV wireless keyboard. If Cablevision supplied
you with a different keyboard, see the manual that came with that keyboard for details.
The wireless keyboard works like a regular keyboard and has
additional buttons designed to control your Digital Network
Receiver.
Buttons that are highlighted on the next page can also be used to
operate your TV after you’ve programmed the wireless keyboard. For
details, see “Programming the Wireless Keyboard” on page 10.
Interactive
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Using the Wireless Keyboard (KI-W55CV)
Button
Description
CABLE POWER
Switches the Digital Network Receiver between active and standby modes.
TV POWER
Turns the TV on and off.
MENU
Displays the Menu screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
VIEWER
Displays the Viewer screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
FAV
Displays the Favorites screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
CODE SET
Used for programming the keyboard to operate non-Sony video equipment.
For details, see “Programming the Wireless Keyboard” on page 10.
TV/CABLE
Activates the keyboard for use with the TV or the Digital Network Receiver.
INPUT
Selects (toggles through) the video inputs.
MUTE
Mutes the sound. Press MUTE again or press VOL to restore the sound.
VOLUME
Adjusts the volume.
CHANNEL
Changes the channel.
ESC
When entering text, brings cursor out from the text input window.
F1 - F4
See the Cablevision user guide for details.
mNMxX
m Rewind, N Play, M Fast-forward, x Stop, X Pause
Guide
Displays the Guide screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Movies
Displays the Movies screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Events
Displays the Events screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Interactive
Displays the Online screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Mail
Displays the Mail screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Option
Displays the Option screen (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Full TV
Displays a full screen display of the last channel.
Display
Displays the Title Bar (see the Cablevision user guide for details).
Last CH
Toggles between the last and current channel.
Page Up
Scrolls up the page.
Page Down
Scrolls down the page.
Arrows (G g F f)
Moves the highlight within menus and guides.
Backspace
When entering text, deletes the previous character.
OK/Enter 3
Selects the highlighted item. After inputting a channel number, confirms the
number. When entering text, jumps to the beginning of the next text line.
Insert
When entering text, switches between inserting and overwriting text.
Delete
When entering text, deletes the next character.
Ctrl
See the Cablevision user guide for details.
Alt
See the Cablevision user guide for details.
Selects the ” ” indicated advertisement frame in the displayed screen.
BACK
Displays the previous page.
FWD
Displays the next page.
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Programming the
Wireless Keyboard
The keyboard is preset at the factory to operate any Sony brand TV. If
you have any other brand of TV, use the following procedures to
program the keyboard to use any of the highlighted buttons shown
on page 8.
To program the keyboard
1 Set the keyboard’s TV/CABLE switch to TV.
2 Turn to “Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes” on page 13,
and find the 3-digit code for your TV. If more than one code is
listed, use the number listed first to complete the following
procedures.
3 Press the CODE SET button.
4 Enter the 3-digit code for your TV using the 0-9 keys.
5 Press the OK/Enter key.
To check if the code works
1 Aim the keyboard at the TV and press TV POWER.
2 If the TV responds, try the VOLUME and MUTE buttons. If the TV
responds, you’re done.
If the TV does NOT respond
❑ Try programming the keyboard using the other codes listed for
your TV brand.
❑
If you still cannot get your TV to respond after trying all the
codes, your TV may not be compatible with this keyboard. If this
happens, you must use your TV’s remote to operate it.
Positioning the
Keyboard
The keyboard functions like a remote control. To use it, just point it at
the front panel of the Digital Network Receiver. For best results, the
keyboard should be used within 30 feet of the Digital Network
Receiver, at no more than a 45° angle.
Adjusting the
Keyboard Legs
To raise the legs on the keyboard, use your finger to pry up the
adjustable legs on the bottom of the keyboard until you feel them lock
into place. To lower the keyboard, push each leg down until it snaps
into the closed position.
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Using the Wireless Keyboard (KI-W55CV)
Replacing Batteries
in the Keyboard
When the batteries need to be replaced, insert two size AA batteries
by matching the + and – on the batteries to the diagram inside the
battery compartment. Then replace the battery compartment lid.
✍ Remove the batteries to avoid damage from possible battery leakage whenever you
anticipate that the keyboard will not be used for an extended period.
Handle the keyboard with care. Avoid dropping it, getting it wet, or placing it in direct
sunlight, near a heater, or where the humidity is high.
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Introducing the Digital Network Receiver
Remote Control Programmable Codes
TV Codes
VCR Codes
Manufacturer
Code
Manufacturer
Code
Sony
101
Sony VHS
301
Akai
103
Sony 8mm
302
Bell & Howell
138
Sony Beta
303
Centurion
112
Bell & How
343
Coronad
113
Daewoo
341
Daewoo
135, 136
Emerson
316, 317, 318, 319, 320
Emerson
120, 121, 122, 123
Fisher
330, 333, 334, 335
Fisher
125
General Electric
304, 329
General Electric
102, 118
Go Video
339, 340
Goldstar
130
Goldstar
332
Hitachi
131, 132
Hitachi
304, 305
JVC
128, 129
JVC
314
KTV
133, 134
Kenwood
314, 336, 332, 337
Magnavox
111
Magnavox
308, 309, 310
Marantz
124
Mitsubishi
323, 324, 325, 326
Panasonic
116, 117, 118
NEC
336, 337
Pioneer
137
Panasonic
306, 307
Radio Shack
115
Philips
310
RCA
102, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108
RCA
305
Samsung
126, 127
Samsung
313, 321, 322
Sears
119
Scott
312
Sharp
114
Sharp
327, 328
Symphonic
139
Shintom
315
Toshiba
119
Sympho
338
Zenith
109, 110
Teknica
342, 338
Toshiba
311
Zenith
331
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Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes
Wireless Keyboard Programmable Codes
TV Codes
Manufacturer Code
Manufacturer Code
Sony
101, 074, 077
NEC
Admiral
102, 114, 109,055
Panasonic
103, 112, 001, 005, 006, 008, 020, 075, 025
118, 116, 117, 107, 064, 072, 058, 082, 140
Akai
103, 020, 006
Philco
113, 103, 001, 008, 088, 061, 006, 090,
050, 012, 098, 092, 100, 082, 020
Bell & Howell
(Mont. Ward)
114, 109, 138,067
Philips
088, 001, 061, 006, 090, 012, 118, 119,
098, 092, 082, 020, 005, 057, 137
Broksonic
68, 103, 112
Pioneer
137, 118, 119, 065, 026
Centurion
112, 045
Portland
103, 108, 088, 006, 090
Coronado
113, 088, 090
Proton
001, 031, 006, 077, 078, 090
Craig
122, 123, 120, 121, 007, 049, 050
Quasar
118, 107, 072, 058
Croslex
111. 030
Radio Shack
102, 112, 124, 123, 115, 050, 092, 025, 090
Curtis Mathes
103, 119, 123, 001, 006, 020, 090, 017,
031
RCA/
PROSCAN
102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 061,
006, 071, 066, 087, 020, 090, 001, 062
Daewoo
001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, 008, 031,
032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 038, 046, 050,
052, 088, 092, 093, 135, 136, 103
Realistic
008, 025, 049, 050
Daytron
113, 001, 006, 020
Samsung
103, 126, 112, 113, 127, 088, 001, 061,
028, 043, 029, 081, 044, 048, 049, 090,
092, 051
Emerson
122, 113, 120, 121, 123, 103, 115, 088,
001, 090, 050, 083, 019, 030, 081, 020,
006, 025, 055, 023, 036
Sanyo
125, 089, 080, 062, 078, 013, 014
Fisher
125, 008, 080, 061, 015
Scott
123, 112, 001, 050, 019, 090, 006
General Electric
102, 118, 103, 107, 001, 061, 072, 050,
058, 017, 018, 006, 049, 019, 090
Sears
006, 008, 015, 019, 061, 080, 088, 089,
090, 091
Goldstar
103, 113, 112, 130, 088, 027, 001, 037,
010, 011, 042, 090, 039, 040, 092, 099
Sharp
114, 113, 115, 088, 090, 085, 024, 025, 069
Hitachi
131, 113, 103, 132, 088, 006, 090, 071,
077, 070, 021, 022, 023, 025
Signature 2000
(Mont. Ward)
114, 084, 006
JC Penney
103, 102, 130, 107, 091, 092, 017, 020
Sylvania
020, 100, 111, 112, 103, 001, 061, 006,
012, 098, 092, 082
JVC
128, 129, 060, 016
Symphonic
123, 139, 002, 006, 090, 012, 020
KTV
020, 050, 061, 088, 133, 113, 103, 123,
134, 090
Toshiba
119, 114, 008, 091, 015, 075
LXI (Sears)
102, 103, 111, 125, 119, ,1, 088, 06112,
061, 008, 015, 082
Vidtech
131, 103, 112, 006
Magnavox
111, 112, 113, 103, 025, 088, 061, 006,
090, 012, 098, 092, 100, 082, 020, 017,
103
Wards
113, 103, 115, 112, 088, 001, 090, 006,
036, 017, 018, 089, 080, 050, 039, 023,
078, 064, 055
Marantz
124, 094, 082, 020, 090
Zenith
109, 110, 076, 084, 006
Mitsubishi
124, 103, 112, 095, 075, 001, 006, 019,
020, 073, 066, 080, 088
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
Overview
This chapter includes illustrated instructions for setting up your
Digital Network Receiver:
To Connect
See Page
TV with RF Connector Only
16
TV and VCR with RF Connectors Only
17
TV with A/V Connectors
18
TV and VCR with A/V Connectors
19
Home Entertainment System
21
You can connect the Digital Network Receiver in a variety of
configurations. The answers to the following questions will
determine how you hook up and operate your components.
For example:
❑
What type of connectors do your TV and VCR have: S Video,
A/V (Phono type), or RF coaxial?
❑
Do you plan to integrate the terminal with your audio or video
system?
Detailed hook-up instructions are provided on the pages that follow.
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
TV with RF Connector Only
1 Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable
network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s CABLE IN jack.
2 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s TO TV/VCR jack to the TV’s
VHF/UHF IN (or RF IN) jack.
3 Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network
Receiver’s AC IN jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
4 Tune to channel 3 on your TV to see cable channels.
1
2
3
Coaxial cable
From wall
outlet
TV
16
AC cord
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
TV and VCR with RF Connectors Only
1 Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable
network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s CABLE IN jack.
2 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s TO TV/VCR jack to the
VCR’s VHF/UHF IN (or RF IN) jack.
3 Connect the VCR’s VHF/UHF OUT (or RF OUT) jack to the TV’s
VHF/UHF IN (or RF IN) jack.
4 Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network
Receiver’s AC IN jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
5 Set your VCR’s channel switch (usually on the rear panel) to
channel 3.
4
Coaxial cable
1
2
AC cord
3
From wall
outlet
VCR
TV
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
TV with A/V Connectors
1 Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable
network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s CABLE IN jack.
2 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s LINE OUT 1 (TV) AUDIO /VIDEO
jacks to the TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
3 Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network
Receiver’s AC IN jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
1
From wall
outlet
3
AC cord
2
A/V cable
TV
✍ If your TV has an S VIDEO jack: For best picture quality, use an S VIDEO connection
instead of the yellow video cable on your combined A/V cable. Using an S VIDEO cable,
connect the Digital Network Receiver’s S VIDEO OUT jack to the TV’s S VIDEO IN jack. S
VIDEO does not provide audio, so audio cables must still be connected to provide
sound.
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
TV and VCR with A/V Connectors
See the illustration on the next page for details.
1 Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable
network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s CABLE IN jack.
2 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s LINE OUT 1 (TV) AUDIO /VIDEO
jacks to the TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
3 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s LINE OUT 2 (VCR) AUDIO /VIDEO
jacks to the VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
4 Connect the VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO OUT jacks to the TV’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN
jacks.
✍ If your TV has only one A/V input, the RF connection from VCR to TV is required for
watching through the VCR.
5 Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network
Receiver’s AC IN jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
✍ If your components have S VIDEO jacks: For best picture quality, use an S VIDEO
connection instead of the yellow video cable on your combined A/V cable. Using an S
VIDEO cable, connect the Digital Network Receiver’s S VIDEO OUT jack to the TV’s S
VIDEO IN jack. S VIDEO does not provide audio, so audio cables must still be connected
to provide sound.
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
2
A/V cable
1
3
AC cord
A/V cable
From wall
outlet
TV
4
VCR
A/V cable
20
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
Home Entertainment System
Connecting a
Hi-Fi TV, Hi-Fi VCR,
and an Audio/Video
Receiver
See the illustration on the next page for details.
1 Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet (Cablevision cable
network signal) to the Digital Network Receiver’s CABLE IN jack.
2 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s LINE OUT 1 (TV) AUDIO /VIDEO
jacks to the A/V Receiver’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
3 Connect the Digital Network Receiver’s LINE OUT 2 (VCR) AUDIO /VIDEO
jacks to the VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
4 Connect the VCR’s AUDIO/VIDEO OUT jacks to the A/V Receiver’s
AUDIO/VIDEO IN jacks.
5 Connect the A/V receiver’s MONITOR OUT jack to the TV’s VIDEO IN
jack.
6 Connect one end of the AC power cord to the Digital Network
Receiver’s AC IN jack, then connect the plug end to an AC outlet.
✍ If your components have S VIDEO jacks: For best picture quality, use an S VIDEO
connection instead of the yellow video cable on your combined A/V cable. Using an S
VIDEO cable, connect the Digital Network Receiver’s VIDEO OUT jack to the TV’s S
VIDEO IN jack. S VIDEO does not provide audio, so audio cables must still be connected
to provide sound.
If your A/V receiver has digital audio in jacks, you can experience superior audio by
connecting the Digital Network Receiver’s digital audio out jack (COAXIAL or OPTICAL)
to your A/V receiver’s digital audio in jacks.
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
A/V cable
2
3
6
AC cord
A/V cable
1
From wall
outlet
5
VCR
A/V RECEIVER
4
Video cable
TV
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Connecting the Digital Network Receiver
Setting Up the Remote Receiver
The optional Remote Receiver enables you to place the Digital
Network Receiver out of sight, such as behind a cabinet door. Once
the Remote Receiver is set up, the infrared signals are sent from your
remote control or wireless keyboard to the Digital Network Receiver
via the Remote Receiver.
To connect the Remote Receiver
1 Connect the Remote Receiver to the Digital Network Receiver’s
REMOTE RECEIVER jack.
1
2
Remote receiver
2 Place the Remote Receiver on top of the TV, with the IR window
facing out as shown.
After the Remote Receiver is set up, aim your remote control or wireless
keyboard at the Remote Receiver on top of the TV.
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Other Information
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Remedies
Cannot display cable
channels
If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your TV with an RF
connection (as described on page 16) you need to tune your TV to channel 3 in
order to see cable channels.
If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your VCR with an RF
connection (as described on page 17) you need to set your VCR’s RF channel
switch (usually on the rear panel) to channel 3 in order to see cable channels.
If channel 3 is not an empty channel in your channel line-up, you can set the TV
or VCR to channel 4, but you must also change the Digital Network Receiver’s
RF channel to channel 4 in order to see cable channels. For details see,
“Changing the Digital Network Receiver’s RF Output Channel” on page 26.
Sony remote control
(RM-Y806) does not
operate
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
Sony wireless keyboard
(KI-W55CV-Y806) does not
operate
❏
❏
❏
❏
❏
Volume problems when
recording to VCR
Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries (see page 7).
Check the orientation of the batteries (see page 7).
Make sure you press the FUNCTION button (TV, VCR, CABLE) of the device you
want to control (see page 5).
If you are trying to control a TV or VCR that is not a Sony brand, you must
first program the remote to operate these devices (see page 6).
Locate the TV at least 3-4 feet away from fluorescent lights.
Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries (see page 7).
Check the orientation of the batteries (see page 7).
Make sure the FUNCTION switch (TV, CABLE) is set to the device you want to
control (see page 5).
If you are trying to control a TV that is not a Sony brand, you must first
program the keyboard to operate your TV (see page 8).
Locate the TV at least 3-4 feet away from fluorescent lights.
If you connected your VCR to the Digital Network Receiver’s TO TV/VCR or
LINE OUT 1 (TV) AUDIO /VIDEO jack and you programmed the remote to control the
Digital Network Receiver’s volume as described on page 7, be sure to do the
following when recording:
❏ Maximize the Digital Network Receiver’s volume.
❏ Make sure MUTE is off.
❏ Make sure you do not change these volume controls while you are
recording.
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Other Information
Changing the Digital
Network Receiver’s
RF Output Channel
If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your TV or VCR
using an RF connection (as described on pages 16 and 18), you need
to set the RF output channel of the Digital Network Receiver to match
the RF channel (channel 3 or 4) of the cable service provided in your
area. The Digital Network Receiver is shipped with its RF output
channel set to channel 3.
To set the RF output channel of the Digital Network Receiver
1 Using the buttons on the front panel, first press the STANDBY 1
button to turn off the Digital Network Receiver, which puts the
unit in standby mode.
2 To set the Digital Network Receiver to channel 3 or 4:
To Use RF
Press These Front Panel Buttons Sequentially
Channel 3
F (cursor up), g (cursor right), f (cursor down)
Channel 4
F (cursor up), g (cursor right), F (cursor up)
3 Do one of the following:
26
❑
If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your TV (as
described on page 16), tune your TV to channel 3 to see cable
channels.
❑
If you connected the Digital Network Receiver to your VCR
(as described on page 17), set your VCR’s RF channel switch
(usually on the rear panel) to channel 3 to see cable channels.
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Other Information
Specifications
Inputs and Outputs
Cable In
To TV/VCR
Video
Input
Output
Input
Output
Audio
Input
Output
Input/Output
Input/Output
i.LINK
USB
Remote Receiver
VCR Control
Audio Digital Out
Dolby Digital
(AC-3)/PCM
AC
Input
Output
Output
Input
Output
75-ohm F-connector Female (1)
75-ohm F-connector Female (1)
Composite Video (1, front panel)
S-Video 4-pin mini DIN (2)
Composite Video (2)
Stereo L/R (1, front panel)
Stereo L/R (2)
4-pin S200 i.LINK terminal (2)
For peripheral (1 front panel,
1 rear panel)
For PC (1, rear panel)
Optional IR Receiver (IR-R55 only)
(See the Cablevision Service Guide)
Coaxial (1)
Optical Rectangular (1)
Supplied AC power cord
AC 60 Hz, 120 V, 4.16A (approx.
500 W) Switchable
General
Input frequency
Output frequency
Power requirements
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Operating relative
humidity
Dimensions
Mass
Accessories
54 MHz – 864 MHz
5 MHz – 42 MHz, 61 MHz – 72 MHz
AC 60 Hz 120 V 1.0 A
50W Typical, 120 V
5°C to 35°C (35°F to 51°F)
45% to 85%
Approx. 430 × 80 × 374 mm (w/h/d)
(Approx. 16-15/16 × 3-1/8 × 14-3/4 inches)
including projecting parts and controls
Approx. 4.6 kg (10.1 lbs)
Supplied
AC power cord (1)
Optional Sony Branded Digital Network Receiver Accessories
Remote Commander, RM-Y806 (includes AA batteries)
Wireless Keyboard, KI-W55CV (includes AA alkaline batteries)
IR Remote Receiver, IR-R55
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Other Information
Index
# (ENTER), on remote 5
0 – 9, on remote 5
A
AC IN connector 4
AC OUT connector 4
ACCESS CARD slot 4
Affinity Card slot 2
Alt, on keyboard 9
arrow buttons, on keyboard 9
arrows, on remote 6
audio/video receiver,
connecting 21
B
BACK, on keyboard 9
BACK, on remote 6
Backspace, on keyboard 9
batteries
in remote control 7
inserting in keyboard 11
inserting in remote 7
D
Delete, on keyboard 9
digital still camera, connecting 3
Display, on keyboard 9
DISPLAY, on remote 6
DOLBY DIGITAL indicator 3
DOLBY DIGITAL OUT
connectors 4, 21
door, for front panel inputs 2
E
C
CABLE FUNCTION, on remote
5
CABLE IN connector 4
CABLE indicator 3
CABLE POWER, on keyboard 9
CABLE POWER, on remote 5
camcorder, connecting 3
card slot, for Access Card 4
card slot, for Affinity Card 2
CH +/-, on remote 6
changing channels, on remote 6
channel 3 or 4, setting 25, 26
CHANNEL, on keyboard 9
channels, changing, on remote 6
CODE SET, on keyboard 9
CODE SET, on remote 6, 7
connecting
camcorder 3
digital still camera 3
hi-fi TV, VCR, audio receiver
28
with A/V connectors
21
home entertainment system 21
TV and VCR with A/V
connectors 19
TV and VCR with RF
connectors 17
TV with A/V connectors 18
TV with RF connector 16
USB devices 3
controlling VCR 4
Ctrl, on keyboard 9
ESC, on keyboard 9
Events, on keyboard 9
F
F1 - F4 (function keys), on
keyboard 9
FAST-FORWARD, on remote 5
FAV, on keyboard 9
FAV, on remote 5
front panel 2
display, illustrated 3
illustrated 2
FULL TV, on front panel 2
FULL TV, on keyboard 9
FULL TV, on remote 6
FWD, on keyboard 9
FWD, on remote 6
G
Guide, on keyboard 9
GUIDE, on remote 5
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Other Information
I
REMOTE RECEIVER connector
i.LINK connectors 4
INPUT, on keyboard 9
INPUT, on remote 5
Insert, on keyboard 9
IR Repeater, using 4
4
replacing batteries
in remote control 7
REWIND, on remote 5
RF channel, setting 25, 26
S
L
Last CH, on keyboard 9
LAST CH, on remote 6
line inputs, front panel 2, 3
LINE OUT connectors 4
S VIDEO OUT connectors 4
setting, channel 3 or 4 25, 26
slot, for Affinity Card 2
slot, for connecting Access Card
M
standby indicator 3
STANDBY, on front panel 2
STOP, on remote 5
Mail, on keyboard 9
MENU, on front panel 2
MENU, on keyboard 9
MENU, on remote 5
Movies, on keyboard 9
MUTE, on keyboard 9
MUTE, on remote 5
O
OK, on remote 6
OK/Enter, on keyboard 9
Option, on keyboard 9
P
Page Down, on keyboard 9
Page Up, on keyboard 9
PAUSE, on remote 5
PLAY, on remote 5
POWER indicator 3
problems, correcting 25
problems, troubleshooting 25
programming
remote control 6
R
rear panel, illustrated 4
remote control
illustrated 5
inserting batteries 7
programmable codes 12
programming 6
REMOTE RECEIVER 23
4
T
Time indicator 3
TO TV/VCR connector 4
troubleshooting 25
TV FUNCTION, on remote 5
TV POWER on remote 6
TV POWER, on keyboard 9
TV POWER, on remote 5
TV with A/V connectors 18, 19,
21
TV with RF connector 16, 17
TV/CABLE, on keyboard 9, 10
U
USB connectors, rear panel 4
USB devices, connecting 2, 3
V
VCR CONTROL 4
VCR FUNCTION, on remote 5
VCR POWER, on remote 5
VCR with A/V connectors 19, 21
VCR with RF connector 17
VCR, controlling 4
VIEWER, on keyboard 9
VIEWER, on remote 5
VOL +/-, on remote 6
volume
adjusting 2
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Other Information
volume, adjusting, on remote 6
VOLUME, on keyboard 9
W
wireless keyboard
illustrated 8
programming 10
replacing batteries 11
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Sony Corporation
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