Sony KP-44PX2U User manual

Sony KP-44PX2U User manual
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4-088-416-42 (1)
R
100 Hz
Projection TV
Instruction Manual
KP-44PX2U
©2002 by Sony Corporation
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NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with 2
or @) must be used.
When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5
AMP FUSE at the distribution board.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse.
Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.
• IMPORTANT
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlets in your home, it should be cut off and
an appropriate plug fitted in accordance with the following instructions:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue
Neutral
Brown
Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the
letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the
earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol Y
or coloured green or green and yellow.
WARNING
• To prevent the risk of electric shock, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a
socket outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed.
• To prevent the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing
to qualified personnel only.
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony 100 Hz Projection TV.
Before operating the projection TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
• Symbols used in the manual:
•
Important information.
•
•
Shaded buttons on the remote control show you the buttons you have
to press to follow the sequence of the instructions.
•
Informs you of the result of the instructions.
Information on a feature.
• 1,2... Sequence of instructions.
Table of Contents
Notice for Customers in the United Kingdom ................................................................................................................................................2
Introduction..........................................................................................................................................................................................................3
Safety Information ...............................................................................................................................................................................................4
Overview
Overview of Remote Control Buttons ..............................................................................................................................................................5
Overview of TV Buttons ....................................................................................................................................................................................6
Installation
Connecting the Aerial and VCR .......................................................................................................................................................................7
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control ....................................................................................................................................................7
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First Time Operation
Switching On the TV and Automatically Tuning ..........................................................................................................................................8
Adjusting Colour Registration (Convergence)..............................................................................................................................................10
Menu system
Introducing and Using the Menu System ......................................................................................................................................................10
On Screen Display Menus Guide ....................................................................................................................................................................11
Menu Guide:
Picture Adjustment........................................................................................................................................................................................12
Sound Adjustment .........................................................................................................................................................................................12
Sleep Timer .....................................................................................................................................................................................................13
Auto Format....................................................................................................................................................................................................13
AV3 Output.....................................................................................................................................................................................................13
PIP Input..........................................................................................................................................................................................................14
PIP Position .....................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Language .........................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Auto Tuning....................................................................................................................................................................................................14
Programme Sorting........................................................................................................................................................................................15
Programme Labels .........................................................................................................................................................................................15
AV Preset.........................................................................................................................................................................................................15
Manual Programme Preset ...........................................................................................................................................................................16
RGB Centring..................................................................................................................................................................................................17
Teletext ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
NexTView ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 19
Additional Information
Connecting Optional Equipment ....................................................................................................................................................................20
Using Optional Equipment ..............................................................................................................................................................................21
SmartLink ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................22
Remote Control Configuration for VCR/DVD .............................................................................................................................................23
Optimum Viewing Area ...................................................................................................................................................................................24
Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................................................25
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................................................................................26
Televison Channel Guide for United Kingdom ............................................................................................................................................27
Table of Contents
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Safety Information
Never push objects of any kind into the set as
this could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the set. If
any liquid or solid object does fall into the
cabinet, do not operate the TV. Have it
checked immediately by qualified personnel.
This set is to operate on a 220-240V AC
supply only. Take care not to connect too
many appliances to the same power socket
as this could result in fire or electric shock.
For environmental and safety reasons, it is
recommended that the TV set is not left in
standby mode when not in use. Disconnect
from the mains.
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of
the TV. Refer to qualified service personnel
only.
For your own safety, do not touch any part
of the TV, power lead or aerial lead during
lightning storms.
Do not cover the ventilation openings of the
TV For ventilation, leave a space of at least
10cm all around the set.
Never place the TV in hot, humid or
excessively dusty places. Do not install the
TV where it may be exposed to mechanical
vibrations.
To prevent fire, keep inflammable objects or
naked lights (eg candles) away from the TV.
Clean the screen and cabinet with a soft,
lightly dampened cloth. Do not use any type
of abrasive pad, alkaline cleaner, scouring
powder or solvent, such as alcohol or
benzine, or antistatic spray. As a safety
precaution, unplug the TV before cleaning it.
Pull out the power lead by the plug. Do not
pull on the power lead itself.
Take care not to place heavy objects on the
power lead as this could result in damage.
We recommend you wind any excess lead
around the holders provided on the rear of
the TV.
Place the TV on a
secure stable stand. Do not allow children to
climb on to it. Do not place the TV on its side
or face up.
Unplug the power lead before moving the
TV. Avoid uneven surfaces, quick steps or
excessive force. If the set has been dropped
or damaged, have it checked immediately
by qualified service personnel.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
expose the TV to rain or moisture.
Do not cover the ventilation openings of the
TV with items such as curtains or
newspapers etc.
Additional Safety Information
• After transporting the projection TV directly from a cold to a warm location, or if the room temperature has changed suddenly,
pictures may be blurred or show poor colour over portions of the picture. This is because moisture has condensed on the mirrors
or lenses inside the projection TV. Let the moisture evaporate before using the projection TV.
• To obtain a clear picture, do not expose the screen to direct illumination or direct sunlight. If possible, use spot lighting directed
down from the ceiling.
• Displaying a still picture for long periods of time, for instance, when operating a video game or personal computer and viewing a
programme in 16:9 mode, may damage the picture tube. To avoid this, keep the picture contrast level low.
• Avoid touching the screen, and take care not to scratch the surface with hard objects.
• Screen Burn / Image Retention
An “image ghosting”, or “screen burn” may appear on the screen if the television is left operating with, either a still image, or a
programme displaying a bright corner channel logo, for an extended period of time. The risk of this is higher if the set is in “Live”
mode or has a hight contrast setting. This image cannot be removed once burnt onto the screen. To avoid the risk of occurrence do
not leave the television operating on such a picture, or programme for long periods of time. Repeated extended daily usage of the
same image, or programme can also result in this occurrence which is not covered by the Sony warranty.
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Overview of Remote Control Buttons
1 To Temporarily Switch Off TV:
Checking the Accessories
Supplied
Press this button to temporarily
switch off TV (the standby indicator
@£
@™
@¡
@º
1
2
3
2 VCR or DVD on/off: Press this button to switch your VCR or DVD on or off.
4
5
!ª
!•
6
7
!¶
8
!§
9
!º
!∞
!¢
on the TV lights up). Press
again to switch on TV from standby mode.
To save energy we recommend switching off completely when TV is not in use.
After 15 minutes without a signal and without any button being pressed, the TV switches
automatically into standby mode.
!¡
!™
!£
3 Media Selector:
With this remote control you can operate not only this TV but also the main functions of your VCR
or DVD. Switch on the device you want to operate and next press this button repeatedly to select
the VCR, TV or DVD. A green light will be momentarily lit to indicate the chosen function.
Before the first time you want to control a DVD or VCR by using this remote control, you have
to set it up depending on the brand of the device to be used. For more details, refer to the
chapter “Remote Control Configuration for VCR or DVD” on page 23.
4 Selecting input source: Press this button repeatedly until the desired input symbol of the
source appears on the TV screen.
5 Selecting channels:
If Media Selector is switched to TV or VCR, press this button to select channels.
For double-digit programme numbers, enter the second digit within 2.5 seconds.
6 a) If Media Selector is switched to TV:
Press this button to watch the last channel selected (the last channel watched for at least 5
seconds).
b) If Media Selector is switched to VCR:
For Sony’s VCR double-digit programme numbers, e.g. 23, press -/- - first and then the buttons
2 and 3.
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7 Selecting screen format: Press this button repeatedly to change the format of the screen. For
more details refer to the chapter “Auto Format” on page 13.
8 This button only works in Teletext mode.
9 Selecting Teletext: Press this button to switch on teletext.
!º Joystick:
a) If Media Selector is switched to TV:
• When MENU is switched on, use these buttons to operate the menu system. For details refer
to “Introducing and Using the Menu System” on page 10.
• When MENU is switched off, press OK to show a channel overview. Then press
or
to
select the channel and then press again the OK button to watch the selected channel.
b) If Media Selector is switched to VCR or DVD:
Using these buttons you can control the main functions of your VCR or DVD.
!¡ Displaying the menu system: Press this button to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display
from the TV screen.
!™ Selecting channels: Press these buttons to select the next or previous broadcast channel.
!£ NexTView: For more details refer to chapter “NexTView” on page 19.
!¢ Adjusting TV volume: Press these buttons to adjust the volume of the TV.
!∞ Recording button: If Media Selector is switched to VCR, press this button to record programmes.
!§ Selecting TV mode: Press this button to switch off PIP, teletext or video input.
!¶ Selecting Picture mode: Press this button repeatedly to change the picture mode.
!• Selecting Sound effect: Press this button repeatedly to change the sound effect.
!ª Displaying on Screen information: Press this button to display all on-screen indications. Press again to cancel.
@º Freezing the picture: Press this button to freeze the picture. The screen is divided into two screens. On the left with the normal
picture, on the right the picture is freezed. Press this button again to return to the normal picture.
@¡ Swapping screens: Whilst you are in “PIP” mode, press this button to swap the two screens.
@™ PIP (Picture in Picture): Press this button to watch another source in a small picture (PIP) within the main TV picture. Press again
to cancel. To select the source you want to watch, refer to the chapter “PIP Input” on page 14.
@£ Muting the Sound: Press this button to mute TV sound. Press again to restore the sound.
Besides TV functions, all coloured buttons as well as green symbols are also used for Teletext operation. For more details,
please refer to the chapter “Teletext” on page 18.
Overview
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Overview of Projection TV Buttons
Programme Up or
Down Buttons (Select
TV channels)
Press on the
mark .
On/Off
switch
Standby
indicator
Selecting
Input source
S video Input jack
Video Input
Audio
Input jacks
Headphones jack
Volume
control buttons
1 Auto Convergence
Button:
Press this button to adjust
the colour registration.
For more details, please
refer to the chapter
“Adjusting Colour
Registration
(Convergence)” on page
10.
or
2 Auto Start Up Button:
Press and hold this
button for approximately
2 seconds to start the auto
start up sequence.
For more details, please
refer to the chapter
“Switching On the
Projection TV and
Automatically Tuning”
on page 8.
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Overview
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Connecting the Aerial and VCR
Connecting cables are not supplied.
or
VCR
OUT
IN
Scart lead is optional.
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For more details of VCR connection, please refer to the section “Additional information
when connecting equipment” on page 21.
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control
Make sure you insert the supplied batteries using the correct polarities.
Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmental friendly way.
Installation
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Switching On the Projection TV and Automatically Tuning
The first time you switch on your TV, a sequence of menu screens appear on the TV enabling you to: 1) choose the language
of the menu screen, 2) search and store all available channels (TV Broadcast) and 3) change the order in which the channels
(TV Broadcast) appear on the screen.
However, if you need to change any of these settings at a later date, you can do that by selecting the appropriate option in
the
(Set Up menu) or by pressing the Auto Start Up Button /
on the TV set.
1
2
Connect the Projection TV plug to the mains socket (220-240V AC, 50Hz)
The first time that the TV set is connected, it is usually turned on. If the TV is off, press
the
on/off button on the TV set to turn on the TV.
The first time you switch on the TV, a Language menu displays automatically on the
TV screen.
Press the
or
button on the remote control to select the language, then press the
OK button to confirm your selection. From now on all the menus will appear in the
selected language.
Language
Language
English
Norge
Français
Italiano
Nederlans
English
Norge
Français
Italiano
Nederlans
Select Language:
Select Language:
Language
English
Norge
Français
Italiano
Nederlans
Select Language:
3
Confirm: OK
Confirm: OK
Confirm: OK
The Auto Tuning menu appears on the screen. Press the OK button to select Yes.
Do you want to start
automatic tuning?
Yes
No
4
The projection TV starts to automatically search and store all available broadcast
channels for you.
This procedure could take some minutes. Please be patient and do not press
any buttons, otherwise automatic tuning will not be completed.
Auto Tuning
Programme:
Channel:
System
1
C 01
B/G
Searching...
In some countries the TV Broadcaster installs the channels automatically (ACI
system). In this case, the TV Broadcaster sends a menu in which you can select
your city by pressing the
or
button and OK to store the channels.
If no channels were found during the auto tuning process then a new menu
appears automatically on the screen asking you to connect the aerial. Please
connect the aerial (see page 7) and press OK. The auto tuning process will start
again.
No channel found
Please connect aerial
Confirm
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First Time Operation
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After all available channels are captured and stored, the Programme Sorting menu
automatically appears on the screen enabling you to change the order in which the
channels appear on the screen.
a) If you wish to keep the broadcast channels in the tuned order, go to step 6.
b) If you wish to store the channels in a different order:
1 Press the
or
button to select the programme number with the channel (TV
Broadcast) you wish to rearrange, then press the
button.
2 Press the
or
button to select the new programme number position for your
selected channel (TV Broadcast), then press OK.
3 Repeat steps b)1 and b)2 if you wish to change the order of the other channels.
Programme Sorting
Programme:
01 TVE2
02 TVE
03 ANT3
04 TELE5
05 C+
06
C44
Select Channel
Confirm:
Programme Sorting
Programme:
01 TVE2 41
02 TVE
03 ANT3
04 TELE5
05 C+
06
C44
Select new position
TVE
Move: OK
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6
Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the screen.
MENU
Your projection TV is now ready for use.
First Time Operation
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Adjusting Colour Registration (Convergence)
Due to the earth’s magnetism, the picture might become undefined and you could see different colours on the outlines of
the images.
In that case, proceed as follows.
Auto converge the Red, Green, and
Blue Lines
1
Press on the mark
2
Press
/
, on the right side of the projection TV.
button.
The Auto Convergence function works for about 10 seconds. When the white
cross disappears from the screen, your projection TV is ready for use.
The Auto Convergence function does not work when:
• no signal is input.
• the input signal is weak.
• the screen is exposed to spotlights or direct sunlight.
• you watch the teletext broadcast.
• you watch NexTView.
Introducing and Using the Menu system
Your projection TV uses an on-screen menu system to guide you through the operations. Use the following buttons on the
Remote Control to operate the menu system:
1
MENU
Press the MENU button to switch the first level menu on.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
2
• To highlight the desired menu or option, press
• To enter the selected menu or option, press
• To return to the last menu or option, press
or
Personal
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
AUTO
Enter Menu:
.
.
.
• To alter the settings of your selected option, press
/
/
or
.
• To confirm and store your selection, press OK.
3
10
Press the MENU button to remove the menu from the screen.
First Time Operation - Menu System
MENU
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
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On Screen display Menus Guide
Picture Adjustment
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Select:
Enter Menu:
Personal
Refer to the section "Picture Adjustment”, on page 12.
AUTO
Enter:
Sound Adjustment
Sound Adjustment
Effect
Treble
Bass
Balance
Reset
Dual Sound
Auto Volume
TV Speakers
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Effect
Treble
Bass
Balance
Reset
Dual Sound
Auto Volume
TV Speakers
Natural
Stereo
Off
On
Natural
Refer to the section "Sound Adjustment”, on page 12.
Stereo
Off
On
Select:
Select:
Enter:
Enter Menu:
Features
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Select:
Refer to the section "Sleep Timer" on page 13.
Enter:
Enter Menu:
Features
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Refer to the section "Auto Format" on page 13.
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Refer to the section "AV3 Output" on page 13.
Enter:
Features
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
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Enter:
Features
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Refer to the section "PIP Input" on page 14.
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Refer to the section "PIP Position" on page 14.
Enter:
Features
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Enter:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Enter Menu:
Select:
Refer to the section "Language" on page 14.
Enter:
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Refer to the section "Auto Tuning" on page 14.
Start Auto Tuning:
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Refer to the section "Programme Sorting" on page 15.
Enter:
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Refer to the section "Programme Labels" on page 15.
Enter:
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Refer to the section "AV Preset" on page 15.
Enter:
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Set Up
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme
Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
Manual
Set Up Preset
Manual Programme
Detail Set Up
Select:
Refer to the section "Manual Programme Preset" on page 16.
Enter:
Enter Menu:
0
RGB Centring
Select:
Refer to the section "RGB Centring"
on page 17.
Enter:
Menu System
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Menu Guide
Level 1
Level 2
Picture Adjustment
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Level 3 / Function
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Personal
AUTO
Select:
Enter Menu:
Personal
AUTO
Enter:
PICTURE ADJUSTMENT
The “Picture Adjustment” menu allows you to alter the picture
adjustments.
To do this: after selecting the item you want to alter press
, then
press repeatedly
/
/ or
to adjust it and finally press OK
to store the new adjustment.
• This menu also allows you to customise the picture mode based on the programme you are watching:
Picture Mode
Live (for live broadcast programmes, DVD and Digital Set Top Box receivers).
Personal (for individual settings).
Movie (for films).
• Brightness, Colour and Sharpness can only be altered if “Personal” mode is selected.
• Hue is only available for NTSC colour signal (e.g: USA video tapes).
• Select Reset and press OK to reset the picture to the factory preset levels.
• The Noise Reduction option is set to AUTO to automatically reduce the picture noise visible in the broadcast signal. To cancel this function,
select “Off” instead of “AUTO”.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
The “Sound Adjustment” menu allows you to alter the sound
adjustments.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
To do this: after selecting the item you want to alter, press . Then
press repeatedly
/
/
or
to adjust it and finally press OK
to store the new adjustment.
Enter Menu:
Sound Adjustment
Effect
Treble
Bass
Balance
Reset
Dual Sound
Auto Volume
TV Speakers
Select:
Sound Adjustment
Natural
Effect
Treble
Bass
Balance
Reset
Dual Sound
Auto Volume
TV Speakers
Stereo
Off
On
Select:
Enter Menu:
Stereo
Off
On
Enter:
Natural: Enhances clarity, detail and presence of sound by using “BBE High Definition Sound system”*.
Dynamic: “BBE High Definition Sound system”* intensifies clarity and presence of sound for better
intelligibility and musical realism.
Dolby**V: Dolby Virtual, simulates the sound effect of “Dolby Surround Pro Logic”.
Off:
Flat response.
Effect
Treble
Less
More
Bass
Less
More
Left
Right
Balance
Reset
Natural
K
Dual Sound
Resets the sound to the factory preset levels.
• For a stereo broadcast:
Mono.
Stereo.
• For a bilingual broadcast:
Mono (for mono channel if available).
A (for channel 1).
B (for channel 2).
Auto Volume
Off: volume level changes according to the broadcast signal.
On: volume level of the channels will stay the same, independent of the broadcast signal
(e.g. in the case of advertisements).
TV Speakers
On: to listen to the TV from the set speakers.
Off: to listen to the TV from an external amplifier connected to the audio outputs on the rear of the projection
TV set.
• If you are listening to the TV through headphones, the “Effect” option will automatically be switched to “Off”.
• If you select “Dolby Virtual” on the “Effect” option, the “Auto Volume” option will automatically be switched to “Off” and vice versa.
* The “BBE High Definition Sound system” is manufactured by Sony Corporation under license from BBE Sound, Inc. It is covered by
U.S. Patent No. 4,638,258 and No. 4,482,866. The word “BBE” and BBE Symbol are trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
** This TV has been designed to create the “Dolby Surround” sound effect by simulating the sound of four speakers with two speakers,
when the broadcast audio signal is Dolby Surround encoded. The sound effect can also be improved by connecting a suitable external
amplifier (for details refer to “Connecting to external audio Equipment” on page 21).
** Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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Menu System
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 / Function
SLEEP TIMER
The “Sleep Timer” option in the “Features” menu allows you to
select a time period for the TV to switch itself automatically into the
standby mode.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Features
To do this: after selecting the option press , then press
set the time period delay (max. of 4 hours).
or
to
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Enter Menu:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Enter:
• While watching the TV, you can press the
button on the remote control to display the time remaining.
• One minute before the projection TV switches itself into standby mode, the time remaining is displayed on the TV screen automatically.
AUTO FORMAT
The “Auto Format” option in the “Features” menu allows you to
automatically change the aspect ratio of the screen.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Features
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Enter Menu:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
To do this: after selecting the option, press . Then press
or
to
select On (if you wish the TV set to automatically switch the screen
format according to the broadcast signal) or Off (if you wish to keep
your preference). Finally press OK to store.
Enter:
Even if you have selected “On” or “Off” in the “Auto Format” option, you can always modify the
format of the screen by pressing
repeatedly on the remote control to select one of the following
formats:
Smart:
Imitation of wide screen effect for 4:3 broadcast.
4:3:
Conventional 4:3 picture size, full picture information.
14:9:
Compromise between 4:3 and 16:9 picture size.
Zoom:
Widescreen format for letterbox movies.
Wide:
For 16:9 broadcast. Full picture information.
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Smart
4:3
14:9
Zoom
In “Smart”, “Zoom” and “14:9” modes, parts of the top and bottom of the screen are cut off.
Press
or
to adjust the position of the image on the screen (e.g. to read subtitles).
AV3 OUTPUT
The “AV3 Output” option in the “Features” menu allows you to
select the source to be output from the Scart connector
3/ S 3
so that you can record from this Scart any signal coming from the
projection TV or from an external equipment connected to the Scart
connectors
1/
1 or
2/
2 or side connectors S 4 or
4 and
4.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Features
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Enter Menu:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Wide
Enter:
If your VCR supports Smartlink, this procedure is not
necessary.
To do this: after selecting the option, press . Then press
or
select the desired output signal: TV, AV1, AV2, AV4, YC4 or
AUTO.
to
If you select “AUTO”, the output signal will always be the same one that is displayed on the screen.
If you have connected a decoder to the Scart
3/ S 3 or to a VCR connected to this Scart, please remember to change back
the “AV3 Output” to “AUTO” or “TV” for correct unscrambling.
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 / Function
PIP INPUT
The “PIP Input” option in the “Features” menu allows you to select
the source you want to watch in the “PIP” screen.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Features
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
To do this: after selecting the option, press
. Then press
repeatedly
or
to select the desired source AV1, AV2, AV3,
AV4 or TV. Finally press OK to store.
Enter Menu:
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
Enter Menu:
Enter:
To watch the “PIP” screen with the selected source, press the
/ button on the remote control.
B
A
A
B
A
Select:
AUTO
To do this: after selecting the option press
, ,
the desired position. Finally press OK to store.
Enter Menu:
Features
Enter Menu:
Select:
Enter:
LANGUAGE
The “Language” option in the “Set Up” menu allows you to select
the language that the menus are displayed in.
Personal
AUTO
To do this: after selecting the option, press
and then proceed in
the same way as in step 2 of the section “Switching On the Projection
TV and Automatically Tuning” on page 8.
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme
Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Enter Menu:
Select:
Enter:
AUTO TUNING
The “Auto Tuning” option in the “Set Up” menu allows you to
automatically search for and store all available TV channels.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
To do this: after selecting the option, press
and then proceed in
the same way as in the steps 3 and 4 of the section “Switching On the
Projection TV and Automatically Tuning” on page 8.
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme
Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Select:
to select
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Picture Adjustment
Select:
or
Features
Off
On
AUTO
AV1
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
button on the
PIP POSITION
The “PIP Position” option in the “Features” menu allows you to
change the position of the “PIP” screen within the main screen.
Personal
Sleep Timer
Auto Format
AV3 Output
PIP Input
PIP Position
Select:
/
B
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
You can swap the screens by pressing the
remote control.
Enter Menu:
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Start Auto Tuning:
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 / Function
PROGRAMME SORTING
The “Programme Sorting” option in the “Set Up” menu allows you
to change the order in which the channels (TV Broadcast) appear on
the screen.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Select:
Enter Menu:
Enter:
PROGRAMME LABELS
The “Programme Labels” option in the “Set Up” menu allows you
to name a channel using up to five characters (letters or numbers).
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme
Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
To do this: after selecting the option, press
and then proceed in
the same way as in step 5 b) of the section “Switching On the
Projection TV and Automatically Tuning” on page 9.
Select:
Enter Menu:
Enter:
To do this:
1 After selecting the option, press , then press
or
to select
the programme number with the channel you wish to name.
2 Press . With the first element of the Label column highlighted,
press
or
to select a letter or number (select “-“ for a blank),
then press
to confirm this character. Select the other four
characters in the same way. Finally press OK to store.
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Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
AV PRESET
The “AV Preset” option in the “Set Up” menu allows you to
designate a name to the external equipment you have connected to
the input sockets of this projection TV.
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Enter Menu:
Select:
Enter:
To do this:
1 After selecting the option, press , then press
or
to select
the input source you wish to name (AV1, AV2 and AV3 are for
the rear Scarts and AV4 for side connectors). Then press .
2 A label automatically appears in the label column:
a) If you want to use one of the 6 predefined label (CABLE,
GAME, CAM, DVD, VIDEO or SAT), press
or
to select
the desired label and finally press OK to store.
b) If you want to set a different label, select Edit and press .
Then with the first element highlighted, press
or
to
select a letter, number or “-“ for a blank, then press
to
confirm this character. Select the other four characters in the
same way and finally press OK to store.
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 / Function
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET
The “Manual Programme Preset” option in the “Set Up” menu
allows you to:
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Set Up
Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Programme Sorting
Programme Labels
AV Preset
Manual Programme Preset
Detail Set Up
Select:
Enter Menu:
Select:
Enter:
a) Preset channels or the VCR channel one by one to the programme order of your choice. To do this:
1 After selecting the ”Manual Programme Preset” option, press
then with Programme option highlighted press .
Press
or
to select which programme number you want to preset the channel on (for VCR, select programme number
“0”). Then press .
2 After selecting the Channel option, press
. Then press the number buttons to enter directly the channel number of the
TV Broadcast or the channel of the VCR signal. If you do not know the channel number, press
or
to search for it. When
you tune the desired channel, press OK twice to store.
Repeat all the above steps to tune and store more channels.
b) Label a channel using up to five characters.
To do this: highlighting the Programme option, press the PROG +/- button to select the programme number with the channel
you wish to name. When the programme you want to name appears on the screen, select the Label option and press . Next
press
or
to select a letter, number or “-“ for a blank. Press
to confirm this character. Select the other four characters in
the same way. After selecting all the characters, press OK twice to store.
c) Fine tune the broadcast reception. Normally the automatic fine tuning (AFT) will give the best possible picture, however you
can manually fine tune the TV to obtain a better picture reception in case the picture is distorted.
To do this: while watching the channel (TV Broadcast) you wish to fine tune, select the AFT option and press
or
to adjust the fine tuning between -15 and +15. Finally press OK twice to store.
. Next press
d) Skip any unwanted programme numbers when they are selected with the PROG +/- buttons.
To do this: highlighting the Programme option, press the PROG +/- button to select the programme number you want to skip.
When the programme you want to skip appears on the screen, select the Skip option and press
. Next press
or
to select
Yes. Finally press OK twice to confirm and store.
To cancel this function afterwards, select “No” instead of “Yes” in the step above.
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Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 / Function
RGB CENTRING
When connecting an RGB source, such as a “PlayStation”, you may
need to readjust the horizontal position of the picture. If this is the
case, you can adjust it through the “RGB Centring” option in the
“Detail Set Up”.
Picture Adjustment
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Reset
Noise Reduction
Select:
Personal
Set Up
Detail Set Up
Language
Auto Tuning
Auto
Tuning Sorting
Programme
Programme
Sorting
Select NexTView
Programme Labels
AVPreset
Preset
AV
ManualProgramme
Set Up Preset
Manual
Detail Set Up
Select:
AUTO
Enter Menu:
Enter Menu:
0
RGB Centring
Select:
To do this: while watching an RGB source select the “RGB Centring”
option and press
. Then press
or
to adjust the centre of the
picture between –10 and +10. Finally press OK to confirm and store.
Enter:
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Teletext
Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. The index page of the teletext service (usually page 100)
gives you information on how to use the service. To operate teletext, use the remote control buttons as indicated below.
• Teletext errors may occur if you use a channel (TV Broadcast) with a weak signal.
• After 5 minutes viewing the same teletext page and without any button being pressed, the brightness level of the picture
automatically decreases notoriously to avoid any damage to the picture tube. Press any button of the remote control to
reset the brightness level.
To switch on Teletext :
After selecting the TV channel which carries the teletext service you
wish to view, press
.
To select a Teletext page:
Input 3 digits for the page number, using the numbered buttons.
• If you make a mistake, retype the correct page number.
• If the counter on the screen continues searching, it is because the page is not available.
If this is the case, input another page number
TELETEXT
Index
Programme
News
Sport
Weather
25
153
101
98
To access the next or preceding page:
Press PROG + ( ) or PROG - ( ).
To superimpose teletext on to the TV:
Whilst you are viewing teletext, press
. Press it again to cancel teletext mode.
To freeze a teletext page:
Press
/ . Press it again to cancel the freeze.
To reveal concealed information (e.g: answer to a quiz):
Press
/ . Press it again to conceal the information.
To select a sub page:
A teletext page may consist of several sub pages. In this case the page number that appears on the
upper left corner will change from white to green and one or more arrows will appear next to the page
number. Repeatedly press the
or
buttons on the remote control to watch the desired sub page.
To Switch Off Teletext:
Press
.
Fastext
Fastext service lets you access Teletext pages with one button push.
When you are in Teletext mode and Fastext is broadcast, a colour coded menu appears at the bottom
of the teletext page. Press the appropriate coloured button (red, green, yellow or blue) to access
the page corresponding to your menu choice.
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NexTView*
*(depending on availability of service).
NexTView is an on-screen electronic programme guide, providing you with programme information for different
broadcasters.
When looking for information you can search by theme (sports, art, etc...) or date.
If wrong characters appear when viewing NexTView, use the menu system to enter the “Language/Country” menu (see page
14) and select the same language as the NexTView is broadcasted.
Displaying NexTView
1 Select a broadcast channel providing a NexTView service. In this case the indication “NexTView” is displayed as soon as data
is available.
2 To see NexTView service you have two different types of NexTView interface. These depend on the % of available data:
a) “Programme List” interface:
Whilst you are watching TV, and after the indication “NexTView” (coloured white) is displayed on the screen, press the
button on the remote control to watch the “Programme List” interface (see fig. 1).
b) “Overview” interface:
Whilst you are watching TV, and after more than 50% of NexTView data is available (100% data may not be available
depending on the area) the indication “NexTView” (coloured black) is displayed on the screen. Press the
button on
the remote control to watch the “Overview” interface (see fig. 2).
As soon as you enter the NexTView service the % of NexTView data available will be shown in the bottom left corner of
the screen. Once you have entered the service, the % of data will not increase.
3 To navigate through NexTView:
• moving to right or left press
or
• moving up or downwards, press
• confirming a selection, press OK.
.
or
4 To switch NexTView off, press the
.
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button on the remote control.
“Programme List” interface (fig. 1):
“Overview” interface (fig. 2):
1
1
01
Mon
2
TV1
TV2
TV3
TV4
TV5
TV6
TV7
TV8
3
02
Tu e
00
01
05
06
07
08
09
10
03
We d
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
04
Th u
05
Fr i
06
Sat
Songs
fr om
the
shows
T V1
0 0 : 3 0 - 01 : 3 0
Th u r s d a y
Pr o g r a m m e d e s c r i p t i o n
Recor d
4
07
Sun
7 : 07 : 01
2
Songs
fr om
the
shows
We a t h e r
f o re c a s t
informat i
A1
news
magazin e
A rts
show
O c l o ck
news
We a t h e r
f o re c a s t
informat i
A1
news
magazin e
A rts
show
3
Remind
2
Date
3
Programme list
02
Tu e
03
We d
9 : 00
04
Th u
05
06
Fr i
S at
9 : 30
07
Sun
9 : 15 : 0 3
10 : 0 0
| Songs from the shows
Magazine
| Mike's show
We a t h e r
Fo recast
| Fant asy film
|
Euronews
S t a r Wa r s
|
Home Shopping Eur ope
Euro Sports
|
News | Arts show
Magazine
Larry King's live
|
Euro Sports
Euro magazine
|
Euro Sports
Home Shopping Eur ope
|
Euronews
Recor d
4
5
Icons for different themes (see the “Icons’ key” below)
TV1
TV2
TV3
TV4
TV5
TV6
TV7
TV8
Songs
fr om
the
shows
T V1
0 0 : 3 0 - 01 : 3 0
Th u r s d a y
Pr o g r a m m e d e s c r i p t i o n
04
1
01
Mo n
04
Remind
5
4 Record*
This function only works if you have connected a VCR which
supports SmartLink and Timer Programming feature.
If you wish to record the selected programme, press the red button
on the remote control.
5 Remind*
If you wish to be reminded when the selected programme is broadcast, press
the green button on the remote control. At the time that programme should
be broadcast a reminder message is displayed on the TV.
* “Record” and “Remind” options will be shown on the screen as soon as a programme have been selected, but they will not be shown if
you are watching the NexTView service on a TV channel which is not a NexTView provider.
* “Record” and “Remind” will not be available if the programme that you have selected has already started.
Icons’ key:
full selection list:
All the programme information is listed by time and
broadcast channels order.
entertainment
children
arts
sports
news
music
channel selection:
If the NexTView provider sends information of more than 8
broadcast channels, you can select 8 of them to create your
personal list.
After you have created your personal list, the default list can
be restored. To restore it, select “Auto (” by pressing
button on the remote control.
remind list:
Shows you the list with all the programmes (maximum 5
programmes) that you have selected to be reminded about.
movies
NexTView
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Connecting Optional Equipment
Using the following instructions, you can connect a wide range of optional equipment to your projection TV.
S VHS/Hi8
DVC
camcorder
D VCR
8mm/Hi8/
DVC
camcorder
C
E
A
B
F
G
DVD
Hi-fi
VCR
H
To avoid
picture
distortion:
Do not
connect
equipment
to E and F
connectors
at the same
time.
Acceptable input signal
Available output signal
A No inputs
Audio signal.
B Audio/video and RGB signal
Video/audio from TV tuner.
C Audio/video and RGB signal
Video/audio displayed on TV screen (monitor out).
D Audio/video and S video signal
Video/audio from selected source.
E S Video signal
No output.
F Video signal
No output.
G Audio signal
No output.
H No input
Audio signal to headphones.
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Additional Information when connecting equipment
Connecting a VCR
We recommend you connect your VCR to the D socket using a scart lead. If you do not have a scart lead, use the “Manual
Programme Preset” section on page 16 to tune in the channel of the VCR test signal to TV programme number “0”. Also refer to
your VCR instruction manual to get the VCR test signal.
If your video supports SmartLink please refer to the "SmartLink" section of this instruction manual on page 22.
Connecting to external Audio Equipment:
Plug in your Hi-Fi equipment to the audio output sockets A if you wish to amplify the audio output from projection TV. Next ,
using the menu system, select the “Sound Adjustment” menu and set the “TV Speakers” to “Off”.
Audio level of the external speakers can be modified by pressing the volume buttons on the remote control. Also treble and
bass settings can be modified through the “Sound Adjustment” menu.
To enjoy “Dolby Virtual” sound effect through your Hi-Fi equipment:
Place the speakers of your equipment in front of your listening position and beside the
projection TV set but keeping a distance of 50 cm between each speaker and the
projection TV set.
Then by using the menu system, select the menu “Sound Adjustment”. Next select
“Dolby V” on the “Effect” option.
Right
Hi-Fi
speaker
Left
Hi-Fi
speaker
~50°
Your sitting position
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Using Optional Equipment
In order to get the input signal of a connected equipment onto the TV screen, you need to select the symbol of the
connector to which you have connected the device.
e. g. : Your VCR is connected to the connector with the symbol Y1/
1. Press the button
on the remote control
repeatedly until you see the symbol
1 on the screen.
1
Connect your equipment to the designated projection TV socket, as it is indicated on the previous
page.
2
Switch on the connected equipment.
3
To watch the picture of the connected equipment, press the
correct input symbol appears on the screen.
Symbol
S
S
4
button repeatedly until the
Input Signals
1
1
• Audio / video input signal through the Scart connector B
• RGB input signal through the Scart connector B. This symbol appears only if an RGB
source has been connected.
2
• Audio / video input signal through the Scart connector C.
2
• RGB input signal through the Scart connector C. This symbol appears only if an RGB
source has been connected.
3
• Audio/video input signal through the Scart connector D.
3
• S Video Input signal through the Scart connector D. This symbol appears only if an S
Video source has been connected.
4
• Video input signal through the phono socket F and Audio input signal through G.
4
• S Video Input signal through the front S Video input jack E and Audio signal through
G. This symbol appears only if an S Video source has been connected.
Press
button on the remote control to return to the normal TV picture.
For mono equipment
Connect the phono plug to the L/G/S/I socket on the side of the TV and select
4 or S 4 input
signal using the instructions above. Finally, refer to the “Sound Adjustment” section of this manual
and select “Dual Sound” “A” on the sound menu screen.
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SmartLink
SmartLink is a direct link between your projection TV set and a VCR.
For SmartLink you need:
• A VCR which supports SmartLink, NextView Link, Easy Link or Megalogic.
Megalogic is a trademark of Grundig Corporation.
EasyLink is a trademark of Philips Corporation.
• A fully-wired 21 pin SCART cable to connect your VCR to the Scart connector :3/q3
(SMARTLINK) on the rear of the Projection TV.
The features of SmartLink are:
• Tuning information such as the channel overview are downloaded from the projection
TV set to the VCR.
• Direct projection TV recording: While watching TV you need to press just one button on
the VCR to record this programme.
• Automatically switching on: With the projection TV in standby mode, pressing the
“Play z” button on your VCR automatically switches the TV on.
For more information on SmartLink, please refer to the Instruction Manual of your
VCR.
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Remote Control Configuration for VCR/DVD
In it’s default condition this remote control will operate the basic functions of this Sony TV, Sony DVDs and most Sony VCRs. To
control VCRs and DVDs of other manufacturers (and some Sony VCR models), please complete the following steps:
• Before you start, look up the 3 digit code for your brand of DVD or VCR from the list below. On those brands that have
more than one code, enter the first code number.
• Sony will endeavour to update the software according to market changes. Therefore, please refer to code table included
with the remote control for latest code set.
1
Press the Media Selector button on the remote control repeatedly until the required green light (VCR
or DVD) is lit.
If Media Selector is on TV position, code numbers will not be stored.
1
2
Before the green light goes out, press and hold the yellow button for approximately 6 seconds until the
green light starts flashing.
3
3
Whilst the green light is flashing, enter all three digits of the code for your brand of VCR or DVD using
the number buttons on the remote control.
2
If your selected code is entered correctly, all three green lights will be lit momentarily.
4 Turn on your VCR or DVD and check that the main functions work.
• If your device is not working or some of the functions do not work please check that you entered
the correct code set or try the next code listed against the brand.
• Your brand codes may be lost if weak batteries are not replaced within a few minutes. To reset
your brand of DVD or VCR please repeat the above steps. A small label is added inside the
battery door to allow you to record your brand codes.
• Not all brands are covered and not all models of every brand may be covered.
VCR Brand List
DVD Brand List
Brand
Code
Brand
Code
SONY (VHS)
301, 302, 303, 308, 309
SONY
001
SONY (BETA)
303, 307, 310
AIWA
021
SONY (DV)
304, 305, 306
DENON
018, 027, 020, 002
AIWA
325, 331, 351
GRUNDIG
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
AKAI
326, 329, 330
HITACHI
025, 026, 015, 004
DAEWOO
342, 343
JVC
006, 017
GRUNDIG
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351
KENWOOD
008
HITACHI
327, 333, 334
LG
015, 014
JVC
314, 315, 322, 344, 352, 353, 354, 348, 349
LOEWE
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
LG
332, 338
MATSUI
013, 016
LOEWE
358, 355, 360, 361, 320, 351
ONKYO
022
MATSUI
356, 357
PANASONIC
018, 027, 020, 002
ORION
328
PHILIPS
009, 028, 023, 024, 016, 003
PANASONIC
321, 323
PIONEER
004
PHILIPS
311, 312, 313, 316, 317, 318, 358, 359
SAMSUNG
011, 014
SAMSUNG
339, 340, 341, 345
SANYO
007
SANYO
335, 336
SHARP
019, 027
SHARP
324
THOMSON
012
THOMSON
319, 350
TOSHIBA
003
TOSHIBA
337
YAMAHA
018, 027, 020, 002
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Optimum Viewing Area
For the best picture quality, try to position the projection TV so that you can view the screen from within the areas shown
below.
Horizontal viewing area
mi
nim
um
dis
tan
ce
1.7
m
60
60
(Optimum viewing position)
Vertical viewing area
mini
mum
dista
nce 1
.7 m
20
20
(Optimum viewing position)
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Specifications
TV system:
I
Colour system:
PAL
SECAM, NTSC 3.58, 4.43 (only Video In)
Sound Output:
2 x 30 W (music power)
2 x 15 W (RMS)
Power Consumption:
225 W
Channel Coverage:
I:
UHF B21-B69
Standby Power Consumption:
< 0.7 W
Projected picture size:
44” (approx. 112 cm. measured diagonally)
Dimensions (w x h x d) :
approx. 1100 x 1160 x 536 mm.
Rear Terminals
1/
1 21-pin scart connector (CENELEC standard)
including audio/video input, RGB input, TV
audio/video output.
Weight:
approx. 61 Kg.
2/
3/
2
S
3
(SMARTLINK)
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard)
including audio / video input, RGB input,
monitor audio/video output.
21-pin Scart connector (CENELEC standard)
including audio / video input, S video input,
selectable audio / video output and Smartlink
interface.
audio outputs (Left/Right) - phono jacks
Side Terminals
S 4
S Video input – 4 pin DIN
4 video input – phono jack
4 audio input – phono jacks
headphones jack
Accessories supplied:
1 Remote Control (RM-938)
2 Batteries (IEC designated, AA size)
Other features:
•Digital Comb Filter (High resolution).
• 100 Hz picture, Digital Plus.
• Teletext, Fastext, TOPtext (250 page
TEXT memory).
• NICAM.
• Sleep Timer.
• SmartLink (direct link between your
projection TV set and a compatible VCR.
For more information on SmartLink,
please refer to the Instruction Manual of
your VCR).
• Dolby Virtual.
• BBE.
• PIP.
• Auto Format.
• ACI (Auto Channel Installation).
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Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to problems which may affect the picture and sound.
Problem
Solution
No picture (screen is dark) and no sound.
• Check the aerial connection.
• Plug the TV in and press the
button on the front of the projection TV.
• If the standby indicator is on, press TV
button on the remote control.
Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but
good sound.
• Using the menu system, select the “Picture Adjustment” menu and select “Reset”
to return to the factory settings.
No picture or no menu information from
equipment connected to the Scart
connector.
• Check that the optional equipment is on and press the
button repeatedly on
the remote control until the correct input symbol is displayed on the screen.
Good picture, no sound.
• Press the
+ button on the remote control.
• Check that “TV Speakers” is “On” in the “Sound Adjustment” menu.
• Check that headphones are not connected.
No colour on colour programmes.
• Using the menu system, select the “Picture Adjustment” menu and select
“Reset” to return to factory settings.
When you switch on the TV the last
channel you were watching before
switching the TV off does not appear.
• This is not a malfunction. Press the number buttons on the remote control to
select the desired channel.
Undefined picture with different colour on
the outlines of the images.
• Adjust the colour registration. For more details, please refer to “Adjusting Colour
Registration (Convergence)” section on page 10.
Noisy picture when viewing a TV channel.
• Using the menu system, select the “Manual Programme Preset” menu and adjust
Fine Tuning (AFT) to obtain better picture reception.
• Using the menu system, select the “Noise Reduction” option in the “Picture
Adjustment” menu and select “Auto” to reduce the noise in the picture.
Distorted picture when changing
programmes or selecting teletext.
• Turn off any equipment connected to the Scart connector on the rear of the
projection TV.
Wrong characters appear when viewing
NexTView.
• Use the menu system to enter the “Language” menu (see page 14) and select the
same language that NexTView is broadcast in.
Brightness level of the picture is
notoriously decreased when viewing a
teletext page.
• This is not a malfunction. After 5 minutes viewing the same teletext page and
without any button being pressed, the projection TV automatically decreases the
brightness level to avoid any damage to the picture tube. To reset the brightness
level, press any button of the remote control.
Remote control does not function.
• Check that the Media Selector on the remote control is set to the device you are
using (VCR, TV or DVD).
• If the remote control does not operate the VCR or DVD even when the Media
Selector has been set correctly. Enter the necessary code set as explained in the
“Remote Control Configuration for VCR/DVD” chapter on page 23.
• Replace the batteries.
The standby indicator
TV flashes.
• Contact your nearest Sony service centre.
on the projection
If you continue to experience problems, have your projection TV serviced by qualified personnel.
Never open the casing yourself.
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Additional Information
Television Channel Number Guide for analogue channels
Only the main transmitters are listed. Information regarding the regional sub-relay channel numbers can be obtained by
contacting The BBC Engineering Information Dept., Telephone Number 020 7852 5040.
MAIN TRANSMITTERS
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
London & South East
1 Bluebell Hill
2 Crystal Palace
3 Dover
4 Heathfield
5 Oxford
40
26
50
49
57
46
33
56
52
63
43
23
66
64
60
65
30
53
67
53
49
South-West
6 Beacon Hill
7 Caradon Hill
8 Huntshaw Cross
9 Redruth
10 Stockland Hill
57
22
55
51
33
63
28
62
44
26
60
25
59
41
23
53
32
65
47
29
67
37
-
Channel Islands
11 Fremont Point
51
44
41
47
-
South
12 Hannington
13 Midhurst
14 Rowridge
39
61
31
45
55
24
42
58
27
66
68
21
-
58
64
61
54
37
16 Sandy Heath
17 Sudbury
18 Tacolneston
31
51
62
27
44
55
24
41
59
21
47
65
39
52
Midlands (West)
19 Ridge Hill
20 Sutton Coldfield
21 The Wrekin
22
46
26
28
40
33
25
43
23
32
50
29
-
Midlands (East)
22 Waltham
West
15 Mendip
GB
East
58
64
61
54
-
Northern Ireland
23 Brougher Mountain 22
24 Divis
31
25 Limavady
55
28
27
62
25
24
59
32
21
65
-
North
26 Belmont
27 Emley Moor
22
44
28
51
25
47
32
41
56
37
North-West
28 Winter Hill
55
62
59
65
48
North-East
29 Bilsdale West Moor
30 Caldbeck
31 Chatton
32 Pontop Pike
33
30
39
58
26
34
45
64
29
28
49
61
23
32
42
54
56
-
Scotland
33 Angus
34 Black Hill
35 Sandale
36 Caldbeck
37 Craigkelly
38 Darvel
39 Durris
40 Eitshal (Lewis)
41 Keelylang Hill
42 Knock More
43 Rosemarkie
44 Rumster Forest
45 Selkirk
57
40
22
31
33
22
33
40
33
39
31
55
63
46
67
27
26
28
26
46
26
45
27
62
60
43
28
24
23
25
23
43
23
49
24
59
53
50
32
21
29
32
29
50
29
42
21
65
37
56
48
67
52
Wales
46 Blaenplwyf
47 Carmel
48 Llanddona
49 Moel-y-Parc
50 Presely
51 Wenvoe
31
57
57
52
46
44
27
63
63
45
40
51
24
60
60
49
43
41
21
53
53
42
50
47
56
37
-
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