Sony Model KP-41S4U User manual

Sony Model KP-41S4U User manual
3-862-113-31 (1)
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Getting Started
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Operating Instructions
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Procedimientos
iniciales
Instrucciones de
funcionamiento
KP-41S4U
Projection TV
© 1997 by Sony Corporation
Printed in Spain
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WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, 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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Safety Information
All TVs operate on extremely high voltages. To prevent
fire or electric shock, please follow the safety procedures
below. For your protection, refer all servicing to qualified
personnel only.
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For general safety:
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To keep the cabinet looking brand-new, periodically clean
it with a soft cloth. Stubborn stains may be removed with a
cloth slightly dampened with a mild detergent solution.
Never use strong solvents such as thinner or benzene, or
abrasive cleaners since these will damage the cabinet. As
a safety precaution, unplug the TV before cleaning it.
To remove dust from the front of the screen, unplug the
TV and wipe gently with a soft cloth lightly dampened with
water or a mild detergent solution, using vertical strokes
only. Then wipe it with a dry, soft cloth. Never use
solvents or thinners for cleaning purposes.
If the picture turns dark after the TV has been in use for a
long period of time, it may be necessary to clean the
inside of the TV. Consult qualified service personnel for
this.
Do not expose the TV to rain or moisture.
Do not open the rear cover.
NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED
KINGDOM
For safe operations:
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.
or must be used.
marked with
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 sation.
Do not operate the TV on any other voltages, but 220–
240 V AC.
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object falls in it
- have it checked immediately.
Do not keep the set plugged in if you are not going to use
it for several days.
Do not pull on the power cord to disconnect the TV. Pull it
out by the plug.
Do not place anything on the surface of the front panel
cover when you open it.
Important Information
Please read the following information on using and
maintaining the TV, for optimum viewing quality.
Picture Quality
•
•
•
Poor colour registration (the red, green and blue signals
do not overlap properly) may be caused by the influence
of the earth’s magnetism. Correct this with the
convergence adjustment.
Avoid touching the screen, and take care not to scratch
the surface with hard objects.
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
damag the picture tube. To avoid this, keep the picture
contrast level low.
•
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.
Illumination
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.
Installation
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To prevent over heating of the set, do not block the
ventilation openings.
Do not install the TV in a hot or humid place, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical
vibration.
After transporting the 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 TV. Let the
moisture evaporate before using the TV.
Maintenance
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Save the original shipping carton and packing material to
use if you ever have to ship your TV. For maximum
protection, repack your TV as it was originally packed at
the factory.
IMPORTANT
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WARNING
To prevent shock hazard, 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 fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to
rain or mositure.
Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do
not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
How to replace the fuse Open the fuse compartment
with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.
Contents
Overview ................................................................................... 4
Getting Started ............................................................... 6
Step 1 Preparation ..................................................................... 6
Check the Supplied Accessories ..................................... 6
Insert the Batteries into the Remote Commander ............. 6
Connect the Aerial .......................................................... 6
Getting Started
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Operating Instructions
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Step 2 Tuning in to TV Stations .................................................. 7
Choose a Language ....................................................... 7
Preset Channels Automatically ....................................... 8
Step 3 Adjusting Colour Registration (CONVERGENCE) ........... 9
Converge the Red, Green, and Blue Lines ....................... 9
Additional Presetting Functions ................................................ 10
Presetting Channels Manually ....................................... 10
Manual Fine-Tuning ...................................................... 11
Sorting Programme Positions ........................................ 11
Skipping Programme Positions ..................................... 12
Captioning a Station Name ........................................... 12
Using Parental Lock ...................................................... 13
Tuning in a Channel Temporarily ................................... 13
Operating Instructions ................................................. 14
Watching the TV ....................................................................... 14
Switching the TV on and off ........................................... 14
Selecting TV Programmes ............................................ 14
Adjusting the Volume .................................................... 14
Operating the TV Using the Buttons on the TV ............... 14
Watching Teletext or Video Input ................................... 15
More Convenient Functions .......................................... 15
Adjusting and Setting the TV Using the Menu ........................... 16
Adjusting the Picture and Sound ................................... 16
Using the Sleep Timer ................................................... 17
Teletext .................................................................................... 18
Direct Access Functions ................................................ 18
Connecting and Operating Optional Equipment ........................ 20
Connecting Optional Equipment .................................... 20
Selecting lnput and Output ............................................ 21
Using AV Label Preset .................................................. 22
Checking and Selecting the Input and
Output Sources Using the Menu ................................. 22
Remote Control of Other Sony Equipment ..................... 23
For Your Information ................................................................ 24
Optimum Viewing Area ................................................. 24
Cleaning the Screen ..................................................... 25
Troubleshooting ............................................................ 25
Specifications ............................................................... 26
Television Channel Number Guide ................................ 27
3
Overview
This section briefly describes the buttons and controls on the TV
set and on the Remote Commander. For more information, refer to
the pages given next to each description.
TV set-front
R
PROGR
3
MONO
L/G/S/I
3
R/D/D/D
Symbol
Name
U
Main power switch
14
u
Standby indicator
14
PROGR+/–
Programme buttons
14
. +/–
Volume buttons
14
Input select buttons
15
Headphones jack
20
Input jacks (S video/video/audio)
21
Auto Preset button
8
Auto Convergence button
9
l
S
4
3
R
3,
3,
3
Refer to page
Remote commander
Menu operation
Name
MENU
Menu on/off button
See below.
TV/Teletext operation
Joystick for Menu selection
See below.
Video operation
Press to confirm selection
(OK function)
VIDEO
(
)
p
P
r
˚
+ REC
;
;
8
´
u
CH
…/
8
+
_
?
Ú/;
Video operation
x
´/´
TV/Teletext operation
a/Å
b
A
c
≥
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PROGR
RM-862
Symbol
Name
Refer to page
VTR1/2/3,
MDP
Video equipment selector
23
;; - :: L Video equipment operation
J a VIDEO f buttons
CH +/–
MENU
Refer to page
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
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0
GB
Symbol
23
No function on this set
Menu operation
Symbol :
,
,
,
,
,
, Ú/
(for TV
operation)
TV/Teletext operation
Symbol
Name
o
Mute on/off button
15
TV u
TV Standby button
14
;
TV power on/TV mode selector
button
14
f
Teletext button
15
…/
Input mode selector/
15
Teletext: Freezing the subpage
18
Ú/
Teletext: Reveal button
18
1,2,3,4,5,6,
7,8,9 and 0
Number buttons
14
÷
Double-digit entering button
14
C
Direct channel entering button
13
Á+/–
Volume control button
14
PROGR +/– Programme selectors
14
√◊
Teletext: Page up/page down buttons
18
Í
Picture adjustment button
16
≥
Sound adjustment button
16
On-screen display button
15
Time display button
15
Button to change Screen Format
15
Teletext: Favourite pages button
19
Refer to page
For the Menu System
Use the MENU button and the joystick as follows.
1 Press MENU button to switch menu on or off.
MENU
2 Use the joystick as follows:
GREEN: scroll up
RED:
decrease/back to last item
or to last menu
When menu is not
displayed:
Push to red to display the
last menu screen
BLUE: scroll down
YELLOW:
increase/forward
to next item
Joystick: Press at
its neutral position
to confirm selection
or store
The operable functions of the joystick are displayed on the
screen.
5
Getting Started
3
2
1
Step 1 Preparation
3
2
1
1 Check the Supplied Accessories
When you’ve taken everything
out of the carton, check that you
have these items:
• RM-862 Remote Commander
• Two IEC designation R6 batteries
• Wrench (1)
• Bracket (2)
2 Insert the Batteries into the Remote Commander
Note: Always remember
to dispose of used
batteries in an
environmentally friendly
way.
Remove the cover.
Check the correct
polarities.
3 Connect the Aerial
C
1
2/
2
3/
3
R/D/D/D-L/G/S/I
Fit an IEC aerial connector attached to 75-ohm coaxial cable (not
supplied) to the ) socket at the rear of the TV.
6
Step 2 Tuning in to TV Stations
1 Choose a Language
3
2
1
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
¤
1
Depress U (main power switch) on the TV.
The TV will switch on. If the standby indicator on the TV is lit, press
; or a number button on the Remote Commander.
2
Press MENU.
3
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
push to yellow.
The PRESET menu appears.
4
Push the joystick to blue or green to select “Language”, then push
to yellow.
5
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the language you want,
then push to yellow.
6
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
VIDEO
0
(
)
p
P
r
˚
+ REC
;
;
8
´
CH
…/
8
u
+
_
GB
, then
PRESET
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
?
Ú/;
x
LANGUAGE
´/´
a/Å
b
A
c
≥
MENU
¸
PROGR
RM-862
U
7
2 Preset Channels Automatically
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
With this function, the TV automatically searches and stores up to
100 channels onto programme positions. If you prefer “Presetting
Channels Manually”, please refer to page 10 in Additional
Presetting Functions.
¤
VIDEO
0
(
)
P
p
r
+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
8
´
8
u
+
_
1
Depress U (main power switch) on the TV.
The TV will switch on. If the standby indicator on the TV is lit, press
; or a number button on the Remote Commander.
2
on the TV until the automatic menu is
Press and hold the
displayed and the search starts.
After all available channels are stored, the normal TV picture is
shown.
?
Ú/;
x
´/´
a/Å
b
A
c
≥
Presetting channels automatically by using the
Remote Commander
MENU
¸
PROGR
PRESET
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
push to yellow.
The PRESET menu appears.
3
Push the joystick to blue or green to select “Auto Programme”.
4
Push to yellow and hold until the AUTO PROGRAMME menu is
displayed and the search starts.
After all available channels have been preset, the normal TV
picture is shown.
RM-862
, then
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
AUTO PROGRAMME
PROG
6
PROGR
3
3
MONO
L/G/S/I
R
3
R/D/D/D
Note
You can sort the
programme positions to
have them appear on
screen in the order you
like. For details, see
“Sorting Programme
Positions” on page 11.
8
SYS
B/G
CHAN
C26
LABEL
-----
Step 3 Adjusting Colour Registration
(CONVERGENCE)
3
2
Converge the Red, Green, and
Blue Lines
1
GB
1
Press
button on the TV.
2
The Auto Convergence function works for about 30 seconds.
When the auto convergence function does not
work correctly
PROGR
3
3
MONO
L/G/S/I
Adjust the colour registration by selecting the “Convergence” of the
PRESET menu.
R
3
R/D/D/D
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
push to yellow.
The PRESET menu appears.
3
Push the joystick to blue or green to select “Convergence”, then
push to yellow.
The CONVERGENCE menu appears.
4
Push the joystick to blue or green to select “the line” (vertical and
horizontal lines in red and blue) you want to adjust.
Press the joystick to confirm.
: red vertical line (left/right adjustment)
: red horizonta line (up/down adjustment)
: blue vertical line (left/right adjustment)
: blue horizontal line (up/down adjustment)
The line to adjust is selected.
VIDEO
(
)
P
p
+ REC
;
;
´
CH
…/
8
u
r
˚
+
_
?
Ú/;
x
8
´/´
5
Push the joystick to blue or green to converge the selected line
with the green line in the centre.
Press the joystick to confirm.
6
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust the other lines, until all the lines
have overlapped to form a white cross.
7
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
a/Å
b
A
c
≥
¸
, then
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
¤
0
.
MENU
PROGR
PRESET
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
RM-862
Note
The Auto Convergence
function does not work:
• when no signal is input.
• when the input signal is
weak.
• when the screen is
exposed to spotlights
or direct sunlight.
• when you watch the
teletext broadcast.
9
Additional Presetting Functions
3
2
1
Presetting Channels Manually
Using this function, you can preset channels one by one to
different programme positions. This is also convenient to allocate
programme numbers to video input sources.
MANUAL
PROGRAMME
PRESET
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm the selection.
TV
3
Push to blue or green to select “Manual Programme”. Push to
yellow to confirm the selection.
VIDEO
4
Push to blue or green to select the programme position (PROG) to
which you want to preset a channel. Push to yellow to confirm.
5
Push to blue or green to select the TV broadcast system (SYS)
(I for U.K., B/G for western European countries, D/K for eastern
European countries, L for France) or a video input source (AV1,
AV2, AV3, YC2, YC3, RGB). Push to yellow to confirm.
6
Push to blue or green to select “C” (for terrestrial channels) or “S”
(for cable channels). You can also select “C” or “S” by pressing C
on the Remote Commander. For selecting “C”, press C once, and
for “S”, press it twice. Push to yellow to confirm.
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
¤
0
(
)
P
p
r
˚
+ REC
;
;
8
´
CH
…/
8
u
+
_
?
Ú/;
x
on the
´/´
a/Å
b
A
c
≥
¸
MENU
PROGR
RM-862
There are two options to preset channels manually:
a)
You know the channel number.
Please use method “Direct Input”.
or
b) You don’t know the channel number.
Please use method “Search”.
7 a) Direct Input
Select the first number digit of “CHAN” (channel), then the second
number digit of “CHAN” with the number buttons on the Remote
Commander (e.g. for channel 2, first press 0, then 2).
7 b) Search
Push the joystick to blue or green to search for the next available
channel.
8
If you want to store the channel, go to step 9. If not, select a new
channel using the number button on the Remote Commander or
push the joystick to blue or green to resume the search.
9
Press the joystick to confirm.
10 Repeat steps 4 to 9 to preset other channels.
11 Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
10
PRESET
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYS CHAN
B/G
C29
B/G
C31
B/G
C32
B/G
C36
B/G
C37
B/G
C40
B/G
C41
B/G
C44
B/G
C49
B/G
C52
LABEL
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AFT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Manual Fine-Tuning
MANUAL
PROGRAMME
PRESET
GB
Normally, the automatic fine-tuning (AFT) function is already
operating.
If the picture is distorted, however, you can manually fine-tune the
TV to obtain a better picture reception.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to blue or green to select “Manual Programme”. Push to
yellow to confirm.
4
Push to blue or green to select the programme number which
corresponds to the channel you want to manually fine-tune.
5
Push to yellow repeatedly until the AFT position changes colour.
6
Push to blue or green to fine-tune the channel frequency (–15 to
+15).
7
Press the joystick to confirm.
8
Repeat steps 4 to 7 to fine-tune other channels.
9
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
on the
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYS CHAN
B/G
C29
B/G
C31
B/G
C32
B/G
C36
B/G
C37
B/G
C40
B/G
C41
B/G
C44
B/G
C49
B/G
C52
LABEL
-----------------------------------------
AFT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Sorting Programme Positions
PROGRAMME
SORTING
PRESET
This function enables you to sort the programme positions to a
preferable order.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to blue or green to select “Programme Sorting”. Push to
yellow to confirm.
4
Push to blue or green to select the programme position of the
channel you want to change. Press joystick to confirm.
5
Push to blue or green to select the programme position of the
channel you want to exchange. Press joystick to confirm.
6
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to sort other programme positions.
7
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
on the
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
PROGRAMME SORTING
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYS
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
CHAN
C28
C29
C35
C38
C40
C42
C55
C56
C57
C58
LABEL
BBC-W
VHS-2
CNN- ----MV-CH
VHS-1
----8MM
---------
11
Skipping Programme Positions
MANUAL
PROGRAMME
PRESET
This function enables you to skip unused programme positions
when selecting them with the PROGR +/– buttons. However, by
using the number buttons you can still select the skipped
programme position.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to blue or green to select “Manual Programme”. Push to
yellow to confirm.
4
Push to blue or green to select the programme position you want to
skip. Push to yellow to confirm.
5
Push to blue or green to select “- - -” in the position SYS (system).
Press the joystick to confirm.
6
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to skip other programme positions.
7
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
MANUAL
PROGRAMME
PRESET
on the
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYS CHAN
B/G
C29
B/G
C31
B/G
C32
B/G
C36
--C37
B/G
C40
B/G
C41
B/G
C44
B/G
C49
B/G
C52
LABEL
-----------------------------------------
AFT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Captioning a Station Name
Channels are automatically labelled during presetting. You can,
however, individually name a channel or a video source using up
to five characters.
12
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to blue or green to select “Manual Programme”. Push to
yellow to confirm.
4
Push to blue or green to select the programme position with the
channel you want to label. Push to yellow repeatedly until the first
element of the position LABEL is highlighted.
5
Push to blue or green to select a letter or a number (select “-” for a
blank). Push to yellow to confirm. Select the other four characters
in the same way.
6
After selecting all characters, press the joystick to confirm.
7
Repeat steps 4 to 6 to label other channels or video sources.
8
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
on the
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRESET
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SYS CHAN
B/G
C29
B/G
C31
B/G
C32
B/G
C36
B/G
C37
B/G
C40
B/G
C41
B/G
C44
B/G
C49
B/G
C52
LABEL
----------------A -----------------------
AFT
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Using Parental Lock
PARENTAL LOCK
GB
This function enables you to prevent children from watching
undesirable broadcasts.
If you try to select a
programme that has
been blocked
The message
“LOCKED” appears on
the blank TV screen.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to green or blue to select “Parental Lock”. Push to yellow to
confirm.
4
Push to green or blue to select the channel you want to block.
Press the joystick to confirm.
The symbol
appears before the programme position to indicate
that this channel is now blocked.
5
Repeat step 4 to block other channels.
6
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
on the
PRESET
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
PARENTAL LOCK
To unblock
Select the channel to
unblock in the
“PARENTAL LOCK”
menu. Press the
joystick. The symbol
disappears.
PROG
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PROG
0
1
2
3
SYS
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
SYS
B/G
B/G
B/G
B/G
CHAN
C28
C29
C35
C38
C40
C42
C55
C56
C57
C58
LABEL
BBC-W
VHS-2
CNN- ----MV-CH
VHS-1
----8MM
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CHAN
C28
C29
C35
C38
LABEL
BBC-W
VHS-2
CNN
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Tuning in a Channel Temporarily
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
You can tune in to a channel temporarily, even though it has not
been preset.
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VIDEO
0
(
)
p
P
r
˚
+ REC
;
;
8
´
CH
…/
8
u
1
Press C on the Remote Commander. For cable channels, press C
twice.
The indication “C” ( “S” for cable channels) appears on the screen.
2
Enter the double-digit channel number using the number buttons
(e.g. for channel 4, first press 0, then 4).
The channel appears. Note that the channel will not be stored.
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Note
After you tune in a
channel temporarily, you
cannot enter the manual
preset mode.
To store the channel,
refer to the “Presetting
Channels Manually” on
page 10.
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Operating Instructions
Watching the TV
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
This section explains the basic functions you use while watching
the TV. Most operations are done using the Remote Commander.
¤
VIDEO
0
(
)
p
P
r
+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
´
8
u
+
_
?
Ú/;
x
8
Depress U on the TV.
Press u on the Remote Commander.
The TV enters standby mode and the standby indicator on the front
of the TV lights up in red.
a/Å
b
A
c
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Switching on
Switching off temporarily
´/´
≥
Switching the TV on and off
MENU
PROGR
To switch on again
Press O, PROGR +/–, or one of the number buttons on the
Remote Commander.
Switching off completely
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Depress U on the TV and the indicator on the front of the TV lights
up in amber.
To save energy, we recommend you switch off your TV completely
when the TV is not in use.
Selecting TV Programmes
Press PROGR +/– or press the number buttons.
To select a double-digit number
If no picture appears
when you depress U
on the TV and if the
standby indicator on
the TV is lit, the TV is in
standby mode.
Press O, PROGR+/– or
one of the number
buttons to switch it on.
Press ÷ , then the numbers.
For example, if you want to choose 23, press ÷ , 2 and 3.
Adjusting the Volume
Press ¸ +/–.
Operating the TV Using the
Buttons on the TV
To select the programme number, press the PROGR +/– buttons.
To adjust the volume, press the ¸ +/– buttons.
To select the video input picture, press the
button.
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PROGR
R
Watching Teletext or Video Input
Watching teletext
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VTR 1 2 3 MDP
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1
Press _ to view the teletext.
2
For teletext operation, enter a 3-digit page number with the number
buttons to select a page.
For fastext operation, push the joystick to the colour mark which
corresponds to the colour-coded menu.
For both operations, press √ (PAGE + ) for the next page or
◊ (PAGE – ) for the preceding page.
3
To go back to the normal TV picture, press O .
1
Press
2
To go back to the normal TV picture, press O.
VIDEO
0
(
)
P
p
r
+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
8
´
8
u
+
_
?
Ú/;
x
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´/´
Watching a video input picture
a/Å
b
A
repeatedly until the desired video input appears.
PROGR
R
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MENU
PROGR
More Convenient Functions
Displaying the on screen indications
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Press
to display the indications.
Press again to make the indications disappear.
Muting the sound
Press o.
To resume normal sound, press o again.
Displaying the time
Press #. This function is available only when teletext is broadcast.
To make the time display disappear, press # again.
For details of the teletext
operation, refer to
page 18.
For details of the video
input picture, refer to
page 21.
Viewing the programmes in 16:9 mode
Press
.
Press again to return to 4:3 mode.
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Adjusting and Setting the TV Using
the Menu
Adjusting the Picture and Sound
PICTURE
CONTROL
Although the picture and sound are adjusted at the factory, you can
adjust them to suit your own taste. You can also select dual sound
(bilingual) programmes when available or adjust the sound for
listening with the headphones.
SOUND
CONTROL
1
Press MENU and select the symbol
for Picture Control or ≥ for
Sound Control. Push to yellow to confirm.
The PICTURE CONTROL or SOUND CONTROL menu appears.
VIDEO
(
)
p
P
r
˚
+ REC
;
;
8
´
CH
…/
8
u
+
_
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the desired item. Push
to yellow to confirm.
The selected item changes its colour.
3
Push to red or yellow to adjust the selected item. Press the joystick
to confirm.
For the effect of each control, see the table below.
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b
A
c
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Normal
or
¤
0
Picture Mode
Contrast
Reset
Format
Press Í (for picture) or ≥ (for sound) on the Remote Commander.
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
PICTURE CONTROL
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust other items.
5
Press MENU to restore the normal TV picture.
PICTURE MODE
Picture Mode
Brightness
Colour
Sharpness
Hue
User
SOUND CONTROL
Sound Mode - - > User
Balance
Reset
Spatial
Off
Dual Sound
Stereo
Volume Offset
0
2 Volume
2 Dual Sound
Stereo
Centre in
Speaker
MENU
PROGR
SOUND MODE
Mode
Treble
Bass
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Effect of each control
Note
HUE is available for
NTSC colour systems
only.
Note on LINE OUT
The dual sound mode
output from the > jack
on the rear corresponds
to the Headphones Dual
Sound settings.
When watching a video
input source with
stereo sound
You can select Dual
Sound to change the
sound.
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PICTURE CONTROL
Effect
Picture Mode
User ˜ Game ˜ Movie ˜ Sports ˜ Live
Brightness
Darker
Colour
Less
Sharpness
Softer
Hue
Greenish
Contrast
Less
Reset
Resets picture to the factory preset levels.
Format
4:3: normal
16:9: wide screen effect
Brighter
More
Sharper
Reddish
More
When “User” is selected in “Picture Mode”
You can preset Brightness, Colour, Sharpness and Hue (NTSC signals only) as follows:
1
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the desired item. Push to yellow to confirm.
2
Push to red or yellow to adjust. Press the joystick to confirm.
3
Push to red to return to the PICTURE CONTROL menu.
User
SOUND CONTROL
Effect
Sound Mode
Choice between different sound effects
User ˜ Rock ˜ Jazz ˜ Pop
↑
↑
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Treble
Less
More
Bass
Less
More
Balance
More left
Reset
Resets sound to the factory preset levels.
Spatial
Off: normal
On: acoustic sound effect
Dual Sound
A: left channel B: right channel Stereo n Mono
The selected mode of the A-m-B indicator on the TV lights up.
Volume Offset
Presets the volume level for individual programmes.
–12
12
2 Volume
Less
2 Dual Sound
A: channel 1 n B: channel 2
Stereo n Mono
Speaker
Main: sound from TV set
Centre in: sound from external amplifier
More right
More
When “User” is selected in “Sound Mode”
You can preset Treble and Bass as follows:
1
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the desired item. Push to yellow to confirm.
2
Push to red or yellow to adjust. Press the joystick to confirm.
3
Push to red to return to the PICTURE CONTROL menu.
Using the Sleep Timer
TIMER
To switch off the timer
Select “OFF” in step 3.
You can select a time period after which the TV automatically
switches into standby mode.
TIMER
Sleep Timer
To check the
remaining time
Press
.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol t on the
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
To go back to the
normal TV picture
Press MENU.
3
Push to yellow. Push to red or yellow to set time delay and press
the joystick to confirm.
OFF
OFF˜0:30˜1:00˜1:30..........3:30˜4:00
↑
↑
4
Press the joystick to confirm.
One minute before the TV switches into standby mode, a message
is displayed on the screen.
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Teletext
TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext via
the TV channels.Teletext service allows you to receive various
information pages such as weather reports or news at any time
you want.
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VTR 1 2 3 MDP
¤
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0
(
)
P
p
r
+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
8
´
8
u
+
_
Direct Access Functions
?
Ú/;
Switching Teletext on and off
x
´/´
1
Select the TV channel which carries the teletext broadcast you
want to watch.
2
Press _ to switch on teletext.
A teletext page will be displayed (usually the index page).
If there is no teletext broadcast, the indication P100 is displayed on
a black screen.
3
Input three digits for the page number using the number buttons.
If you have made a mistake, type in any three digits. Then re-enter
the correct page number.
4
Press ; to return to the normal TV picture.
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PROGR
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Accessing next or preceding page
Press √ (PAGE+) or ◊ (PAGE–).
The next or preceding page appears.
Superimposing the teletext display on the TV programme
•
•
Note
Teletext errors may
occur if the broadcasting
signals are weak.
Press f once to get Teletext only.
Press f twice for Mix mode.
The normal TV screen and the Teletext screen are overlapped.
Preventing a teletext page from being updated
•
•
Press
.
The symbol “ ” is displayed on the information line.
Press again to cancel.
Press f to resume normal teletext reception.
Revealing hidden information (e.g. for a quiz)
Sometimes pages contain concealed information, such as
answers to a quiz. The reveal option lets you disclose the
information.
. Press again to cancel.
Press
Press f to resume normal teletext reception.
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Favourite page system
You can store up to four of your favourite teletext pages per
Teletext service. In this way you have quick access to the pages
you frequently use.
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Storing pages
1
Use the number buttons to select the page you would like to store.
2
Press
twice.
The colour prompts at the bottom of the screen flash.
3
Push the joystick to the desired colour to store the selected page.
The page is now stored on this colour.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 for the other 3 pages.
Displaying the favourite pages
1
Press
2
Push the joystick to the colour on which the desired page is stored.
.
Make sure you press
operates.
, otherwise the normal Fastext facility
Using Fastext
Note
Fastext operation is
possible, only when the
TV station broadcasts
Fastext signals.
With Fastext you can access pages with one key stroke.
When a Fastext page is broadcast, a colour-coded menu will
appear at the bottom of the screen. The colours of this menu
correspond to the red, green, yellow and blue positions on the
Remote Commander.
Push the joystick to the colour mark which corresponds to the
colour-coded menu. The page will be displayed after a few
seconds.
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Connecting and Operating Optional
Equipment
Connecting Optional Equipment
You can connect optional audio-video equipment to this TV such as a
VCR, video disc player, and stereo system.
To connect a VCR
using the ) terminal
Connect the aerial output
of the VCR to the aerial
terminal ) of the TV.
We recommend that you
tune in the video signal to
programme number “0”.
For details, see
“Presetting Channels
Manually” on page 10.
3
1
If the picture or the
sound is distorted
Move the VCR away from
the TV.
PROGR
About S video Inputs
(Y/C input)
Video signals can be
separated into Y
(luminance or brightness)
and C (chrominance)
signals.
Separating the Y and C
signals prevents them
from interfering with one
another, therefore it
improves picture quality
(especially luminance).
This TV is equipped with
3 S Video input jacks,
through which these
separated signals can be
input directly.
When connecting a
monaural VCR
Connect only the white
≤ jack to both the TV
and VCR.
Note
When you connect the
equipment to the q3/
…3/≤ 3 connectors on
the front panel and :3/
q3 connector on the
rear panel, turn off the
power of the equipment
not in use.
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R
C
3
1
2/
2
3/
3
MONO
L/G/S/I
3
R/D/D/D
3
R/D/D/D-L/G/S/I
4
3
2
5
Acceptable input signal
Available output signal
1
Normal audio/video and RGB signal
Video/audio from TV tuner
2
Normal audio/video and S video signal
Video/audio from selected source
3
Normal audio/video and S video signal
Normal audio/video and S video signal
4
No inputs
No outputs
Video/audio from selected source (the same output
source as the :2/ q 2 connector)
5
Centre speaker input
Set “Speaker” on the SOUND
CONTROL menu to “Centre in”.
Audio signal
No outputs
Selecting Input and Output
Selecting input with
PROGR +/– or number
buttons
You can preset video
input sources to the
programme positions so
that you can select them
with PROGR +/– or
number buttons. For
details, see “Presetting
Channels Manually” on
page 10.
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VTR 1 2 3 MDP
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0
(
)
P
p
r
+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
8
´
8
u
+
_
x
1
Selecting input
Press
repeatedly to select the input source.
The symbol of the selected input source will appear.
To go back to the normal TV picture
Press O.
Input modes
Symbol
Input signal
…1
Audio/video input through the W 1 connector
W
Audio/RGB input through the W 1 connector
…2
Audio/video input through the : 2/ q 2 connector
q2
Audio/S video input through the : 2/ q 2 connector
…3
Audio/video input through … 3 and ≤ 3 connectors on the front or : 3/ q 3
connector on the rear
q3
Audio/S video input through the q 3 connector (4-pin connector) on the front or
: 3/ q 3 connector on the rear
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You can also select the input mode using the … button on the TV.
A
b
This section explains how to view the video input picture (of the
video source connected to your TV), and how to select the output
signal using direct access buttons or the menu system.
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Using AV Label Preset
AV LABEL
PRESET
Using this function you can preset the desired input source (e.g.
W 1, RGB signal) to the respective AV input (AV 1 W). In this
way, a connected VCR will automatically switch to the RGB signal.
1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
3
Push to blue or green to select “AV Label Preset”. Push to yellow.
4
Push to blue or green to select the desired input source. Push to
yellow to confirm.
5
Push to blue or green to select a letter or number. Push to yellow
(select “-” for a blank).
Select the other four characters in the same way.
6
After selecting all the characters, press the joystick to confirm.
7
Repeat steps 4 to 6 to label other input sources.
8
Press the MENU button to return to the normal TV picture.
on the
PRESET
Auto Programme
Manual Programme
AV Label Preset
Programme Sorting
Parental Lock
Language
Convergence
AV LABEL PRESET
INPUT
AV1
RGB
AV2
YC2
AV3
YC3
LABEL
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Checking and Selecting the Input
and Output Sources Using the
Menu
VIDEO
CONNECTION
You can display the menu to see which input sources are selected
for the TV screen, as well as which output source is selected. You
can also select them on the menu display.
Note
If you select “AUTO” for
output, the output source
automatically becomes
the same as the desired
input source.
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1
Press MENU.
2
Push the joystick to blue or green to select the symbol
on the
menu screen. Push to yellow to confirm.
The VIDEO CONNECTION menu appears.
You can see which source is selected for the TV and for the output.
If you want to select the input and output on this menu, go on to the
next step.
3
Push to blue or green to select “TV Screen” (input source for TVscreen), or “Output” (output source for : 2/q 2 and
: 3/q 3).
Push to yellow to confirm.
4
Push to red or yellow to select the desired source. Press joystick
to store.
5
Repeat steps 3 to 4 to select the source for other inputs or outputs.
6
Press MENU to return to the normal TV picture.
VIDEO CONNECTION
TV Screen
Output
[TV
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TV
n
TV
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Remote Control of Other Sony
Equipment
TV
VTR 1 2 3 MDP
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0
(
)
P
p
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+ REC
;
˚
CH
…/
;
8
´
8
+
_
Tuning the Remote Commander to the equipment
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1
x
´/´
b
A
c
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Set the VTR 1/2/3 MDP selector according to the equipment you
want to control:
VTR1:
VTR2:
VTR3:
MDP:
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You can use the TV Remote Commander to control most of Sony
remote-controlled video equipment: beta, 8 mm and VHS VCRs
and video disc players.
u
Beta VCR
8 mm VCR
VHS VCR
Video disc player
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PROGR
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2
Use the buttons indicated in the illustration to operate the
additional equipment.
If your video equipment is furnished with a COMMAND MODE
selector, set this selector to the same position as the VTR 1/2/3
MDP selector on the TV Remote Commander.
If the equipment does not have a certain function, the
corresponding button on the Remote Commander will not operate.
When recording
When you use the a
(record) button, make
sure to press this button
and the one to the right
of it simultaneously.
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For Your Information
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
2.1m
(Minimum optimum
distance)
75˚
75˚
(Optimum viewing position)
Vertical viewing area
2.1m
(Minimum optimum
distance)
27.5˚
27.5˚
1.5 m and more
(Optimum viewing position)
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Cleaning the Screen
•
•
To clean the screen with a cloth, please use a soft cloth
lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution or water.
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.
Do not rub, touch, or tap the surface of the screen with
sharp or abrasive items, like a ball point pen or a screw
driver. Otherwise, this type of contact may result in a
scratched screen.
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Troubleshooting
Here are some simple solutions to some problems which may affect the picture and sound.
Problem
Solution
No picture (screen is dark), no sound
• Plug the TV in.
• Press U on the TV (if u indicator is on, press ; or a programme number
on the Remote Commander).
• Check the aerial connection.
• Check if the selected video source is on.
• Turn the TV off for 3 or 4 seconds then turn it on again using U.
Poor or no picture (screen is dark), but good sound
to enter the PICTURE CONTROL menu and adjust the
• Press
brightness, contrast and colour.
Poor picture quality when watching an RGB video source •
Good picture but no sound
•
•
•
No colour for colour programmes
•
Remote Commander does not function
Press … repeatedly to select W.
Press . +.
Check if “Centre in” is selected on the SOUND CONTROL menu.
If o is displayed on the screen, press o.
to enter the PICTURE CONTROL menu, select Reset, then
Press
press the joystick to confirm.
• The batteries are weak.
If you continue to have problems, have your TV serviced by qualified personnel. Never open the casing yourself.
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Specifications
This product complies with the EU Directive 89/336/EEC.
Television system
Colour system
Channel coverage
Projected picture size
B/G/H, D/K, I, L
PAL/SECAM
NTSC 3.58/4.43 (VIDEO IN)
See “Receivable channels and
channel displays” on this page and
page 27.
41 inches
Approx. 103 cm measured diagonally
Terminals
Center speaker input terminals,
2 terminals
(L, R), audio outputs - phono
jacks
W1, 21-pin Euro connector
(CENELEC standard)
- inputs for audio and video signals
- inputs for RGB
- outputs of TV audio and video
signals
: 2/q 2, 21-pin Euro connector
- inputs for audio and video signals
- inputs for S video
- outputs for audio and video signals
(selectable)
: 3/q 3, 21-pin Euro connector
- inputs for audio and video signals
- inputs for S video
- outputs for audio and video signals
(selectable, the same output
source as the : 2/q 2
connector)
Front
q 3, S video inputs - 4-pin DIN
… 3, video inputs - phono jacks
≤ 3 (L, R), audio inputs - phono jacks
2, headphones jack - stereo minijack
Sound output
2 × 30 W (music power)
2 × 15 W (RMS)
Centre SP input
30 W (RMS) (using as the centre
speaker)
Power consumption
155 W
Dimensions (W × H × D) 948 × 992 × 511 mm
(373/8 × 391/8 × 201/8 inches)
Mass
43 kg (94 lbs 13 oz)
Supplied accessories
See page 6.
Other features
Digital comb filter (High resolution)
FASTEXT
Receivable Channels and Channel Displays
Receivable
channels
Indication on the
screen
B/G/H
E2..12 21..69
CABLE TV (1)
CABLE TV (2)
S1..41
S01..S05 M1..M10
U1..U10
A B C D E F G H H1
H2 21..69
R01..R12 R21..R69
C02 C03 C04..C12
C21..C69
S01 S02..S41
S42..S46 S01..S10
S11..S20
C11..C69
ITALY
Rear
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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D/K
CABLE TV (1)
CABLE TV (2)
CABLE TV
L
I
B..Q, S21..41
F2..F10 F21..F69
B21..B68
C02..C12 C21..C69
S01 S02..S41
S42 S43..S46
S02, S03..S17,
S21..S41
C01..C12 C21..C69
C21..C68
Television Channel Number Guide
Only the main transmitters are listed. Information regarding the regional sub-relay channel numbers can be obtained by
contacting The BBC Engineering Information Dept. (0181) 752 5040.
MAIN TRANSMITTERS
London & South East
1 Bluebell Hill
2 Crystal Palace
3 Dover
4 Heathfield
5 Oxford
South-West
6 Beacon Hill
7 Caradon Hill
8 Huntshaw Cross
9 Redruth
!º Stockland Hill
Channel Islands
!¡ Fremont Point
South
!™ Hannington
!£ Midhurst
!¢ Rowridge
West
!∞ Mendip
East
!§ Sandy Heath
!¶ Sudbury
!• Tacolneston
Midlands (West)
!ª Ridge Hill
@º Sutton Coldfiled
@¡ The Wrekin
Midlands (East)
@™ Waltham
Northern Ireland
@£ Brougher Mountain
@¢ Divis
@∞ Limavady
North
@§ Belmont
@¶ Emley Moor
North-West
@• Winter Hill
North-East
@ª Bilsdale West Moor
#º Caldbeck
#¡ Chatton
#™ Pontop Pike
Scotland
#£ Angus
#¢ Black Hill
#∞ Sandale
#§ Caldbeck
#¶ Craigkelly
#• Darvel
#ª Durris
$º Eitshal (Lewis)
$¡ Keelylang Hill
$™ Knock More
$£ Rosemalkie
$¢ Rumster Forest
$∞ Selkirk
Wales
$§ Blaenplwyf
$¶ Carmel
$• Llanddona
$ª Moel-y-Parc
%º Presely
%¡ Wenvoe
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