Sony VTX-1000R User manual

Sony VTX-1000R User manual
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating the set, please read this manual thoroughly, and
retain it for future reference.
For detailed instructions for system connections, see the separate
booklet “SYSTEM CONNECTION GUIDE”.
CONTENTS
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Precautions ………....…..….…...………csrersssrersesseecancee ea 2
Features eee eee eee 3
Location of parts and controls EEE Lesr caresse esse 4
Using the VTX-1000R as a TV tuner oon, 6
Normal TV operation eee 6
Cable TV operation o.oo RR RR Ree 8
Sound adjustments erre A RR DA 9
Remote control operation ..........................000em eee ene eee 10
Channel presetting ere en e Dee 14
Function of rear panel connectors .......................e=..6eereeeeeo 16
Antenna/cable connection Re Re 18
Specifications ..................... eee ei eee Ree 19
OWNER’S RECORD
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear. Record the
serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers
whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. VTX-1000R Serial No.
©1981 by Sony Corporation
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the set to
rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer
servicing to qualified personnel only.
PRECAUTIONS
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e Operate only on 120 V ac.
e This set is equipped with.a polarized AC power cord plug (one blade of the piug
is wider than the other), which will fit into the power outlet only one way. Should
you be unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the
plug still fails to fit, contact your dealer for assistance. Do not defeat the safety
purpose of the polarized plug.
e Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the set and have it
checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.
® Unplug the set from the wall outlet if it is not to be used for several days.
® To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
e If this set will be used with a TV game, observe the following precautions.
Reduce the PICTURE key setting when the TV game is in use.
- Avoid prolonged operation of the TV game, and turn it off when not in use.
e Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place
the set on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies)
that may block the ventilation holes.
e Do not install the set in a location near heat sources such as radiators or air
ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical! vibra-
tion or shock.
e When an ac power cord connected to the VTX-1000R’s SWITCHED AC OUTLET
is placed near an AM antenna, AM reception may be affected.
If this happens, move the power cord away from the antenna, or connect the
power cord to the VTX-1000R's UNSWITCHED AC OUTLET or to a wall outlet.
e Save the origina! shipping carton and packing material; they will come in
handy if you ever have to ship your set. For maximum protection, repack your set
as it was originally packed at the factory.
e To keep the set looking brand-new, periodically clean it with a soft cloth. Stub-
born stains may be removed with a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent
solution. Never use strong solvents such as thinner or benzine, or abrasive
cleansers since these will damage the cabinet. As a safety precaution, unplug the
set before cleaning it.
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FEATURES
Remote control television tuner with
a multi-function Remote Com-
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Easy channel selection and preset-
ting with 10-key tuning system
which employs a PLL (Phase Locked
Loop) frequency synthesizer.
CATV (cable television) programs or
normal broadcast programs can be
selected.
Two VHF antenna inputs allow both
normal TVICATV signals and pay
cable TV signals to be selected
through a home converter. The VHF
Split carrier SIF circuit provides AUX antenna input may accept a
interference from video signals. player, etc.
Stereo headphones can be con-
nected.
TV or either of three external video
programs can be selected with the
corresponding FUNCTION button.
A variety of connections with a
Trinitron Component TV, Betamax
videocassette recorder, video projec-
tion system, audio amplifier, etc.
can be made.
LOCATION OF PARTS AND CONTROLS
For the operation of these controls, see the following pages.
POWER button *
—
ANTENNA lamp (green)
Response lamp (red)
AUX (auxiliary) lamp (green) — FUNCTION buttons * /lamps (amber)
— Channel indicator (green) CHANNEL keys *
_ Remote contro! detector VOLUME keys *
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EADPHONES jack
(behind panel)
TREBLE control
BASS control ADD key
ANT/AUX (antenna/
auxiliary) button *
Number keys *
CATV/NORMAL button
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MASTER button y
ERASE key
TONE ENHANCE button
PICTURE keys *
PHONE LEVEL control i L ——. BALANCE control
* These functions are also provided on the supplied
RM-705 Remote Commander. See page 12.
Rear panel connectors and controls
For antenna/cable connections,
see page 18.
UHF antenna terminals
VHF AUX (auxiliary) antenna terminal
VHF CONVERTER terminal
—— VHF ANT (antenna) terminal
POWER LOCK switch
CARRIER selector
VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT 1 jacks
VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT 2 jacks ————
VIDEO/AUDIO INPUT 3 jacks
CONTROL IN/OUT jacks
INPUT LEVEL control
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AC power cord
AC OUTLET SWITCHED!
UNSWITCHED
lo MONITOR 2 VIDEO/AUDIO/
CONTROL OUTPUT jacks
— _. MONITOR 1 MULTI OUTPUT
connector
——————— MONITOR 1 VIDEO/AUDIO/CONTROL
QUTPUT jacks
TV VIDEO/AUDIO OUTPUT jacks
MPX (multiplex) QUTPUT/INPUT jacks
For function of connectors and controls, see page 16.
Make system connections referring to the separate booklet “SYSTEM CONNECTION GUIDE”,
USING THE VTX-1000R AS A TV TUNER
NORMAL TV OPERATION (PANEL OPERATION)
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1
Set the CATV/NORMAL button to NORMAL
(released position).
2
Press the MASTER button.
Keep this button pushed in to be able to
operate the set with the Remote Commander.
3
Press the POWER button.
The picture will appear on the monitor. To
switch off, press the button again.
Note: If the picture does not appear, check
that both the ANTENNA and TV lamps light.
If not, press the ANT/AUX button and/or TV
button.
Check that the POWER LOCK switch
is set to OFF and the CARRIER
selector is set to SPLIT.
ANT/AUX button
TV button/lamp
ANTENNA
jamp
Select the desired channel either by
— pressing the number keys:
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channel 25
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For channels 2 through 9, press
the O key first.
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—or by scanning higher or lower for the channel among the pre-
memorized channels with the CHANNEL keys:
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For higher-numbered channels,
press the upper key.
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For lower-numbered channels,
press the lower key.
This TV tuner is preset at the factory to receive VHF channels 2
through 13 with the CHANNEL keys. To add UHF or CATV channels or
to erase inactive channels, see page 14.
When the TV tuner is used with a Sony KX-series Compo- Operating notes
nent TV, proceed to steps 5 and 6
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IV or 0 Ч ander ° MASTER button and
or omman eran turned on again.
turned on again.
yd To increase the sound volume, keep the FUNCTION setting TV
VOLUME A key depressed.
To decrease, keep the VOLUME W key ANT/AUX setting ANT
depressed.
channel memorized
sound volume memorized
6 picture contrast
Adjust the PICTURE keys according to the POWER LOCK switch
room lighting condition. To increase the pic- Normally set to OFF.
ture contrast, keep the PICTURE A key If the TV tuner is to be switched on or off by a timer, set this switch to ON and
depressed. To decrease, keep the PICTURE keep the MASTER button pushed in.
—] w key depressed. When power is supplied to the TV tuner with the POWER LOCK switch and
MASTER button set to ON, the tuner will turn on automatically.
au CARRIER selector
Normally set to SPLIT. The split carrier SIF circuit produces high fidelity TV
sounds free from buzz noise caused by interference from video signals.
When receiving UHF signals which have been transmitted through several
relay stations, setting to INTER may reduce noise.
When the ANT/AUX button is set to AUX to receive pay cable TV signals or TV
game signals from the AUX terminal, the inter carrier will be selected irrespec-
tive of the CARRIER selector setting to reduce the hum which might be caused
by a channel converter or other equipment.
“The PICTURE and VOLUME keys do not function when the TV tuner is used
with a video monitor or video projection system not equipped with a control
input connector,
Note: If you select an incorrect tens-digit, or forget to first select O for
channels 2 through 9 ......
Example When you wish to select channel 7.
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Wait about
3 seconds The previous number display
is automatically recalled.
The picture will disappear Press the correct
Press the CLEAR key (only snow shows) and the number keys.
on the Remote Commander sound will go off.
(see page 12).
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CABLE TV OPERATION (PANEL OPERATION)
In CATV (cable television) systems, programs are brought into the
home on the mid-band channels A—| and the super-band channels
J-W.
This TV tuner receives CATV channels, A through W, with the NOR-
MAL/CATV selector set to CATV.
Channel A can be tuned in by selecting number 14 on this TV tuner,
channel B by selecting number 15, and so on, as follows:
Number on this TV tuner
EH EH HEEB
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Corresponding CATV channel = A 8. C D. |
EH ВЯ ЕЕ E ЕН Ea amg
F G H | J KL M ON
El BE ES EN EE ЕВ KE EN 8
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PQ ROS т о У м.
Most CATV systems use letters to designate channels but some
use numbers. To tune in a numbered channel, select the same
number on the TV tuner.
Consult your local cable TV company or your nearest Sony dealer
to find out which of these channels are receivable and which type
of cable system is used in your area. (Most of pay cable TV systems
use scrambled or encoded signals and may require special con-
verters.)
CATV programs are tuned in the same way as normal TV programs
except for the CATV/INORMAL button and/or the ANT/AUX button
setting.
UX lamp
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( ANT/AUX button
ANT (The ANTENNA lamp lights.)
Normal TV/CATV signals from
the ANT terminal
AUX (The AUX lamp lights.)
Pay cable TV signals from
Wu the AUX terminals D
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CATV/NORMAL button
NORMAL (released position)
2-13, 14-83
CATV (depressed position)
2-13, A-W
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OQ Press the CATV/NORMAL button to set to CATV.
OQ Press the MASTER button.
O Press the POWER button. Check that the TV button is selected.
@ Press the ANT/AUX button, if required, to select VHF antenna
inputs, ANT or AUX, according to the program to be viewed.
@ Select the desired channel either by pressing the number keys
Or by scanning higher or lower for the channel among the
prememorized channels with the CHANNEL keys. (See page 6.)
e To tune in the pay cable TV signals, select the output channel
number of the channel converter.
e It may take a little longer to tune in the desired CATV channel
than a normal TV channel.
SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Satisfactory results will usually be obtained with the controls set at the following posi-
tions.
If any adjustments are necessary, adjust the required controls to your preference.
TONE ENHANCE button: OFF (released position)
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stereo
binaural
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to HEADPHONES
BASS control: at the center detent position
TREBLE control: at the center detent position
BALANCE control: at the center detent position
PHONE LEVEL control
For private listening, connect a headphones to the
HEADPHONES jack.
Any low or high impedance stereo headphones can be
connected.
Adjust the sound volume with the PHONE LEVEL
control.
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for less (y for more
volume р 1 volume
MIN MAX
TREBLE and BASS control
Adjust the tone to your preference.
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for less treble (1) for more treble
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MIN MAX
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for less bass Y for more bass
A \
MIN MAX
“The BASS, TREBLE, BALANGE and TONE ENHANCE set
~~. tings affect the sound from the headphones or from the
~~ MONITOR 1; MONITOR 2 and MULTI QUTPUT connectors.
BALANCE control
Adjust the amount of sound comming from each paired
speaker, If required.
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to increase the left (ID to increase the right
speaker volume и \ speaker volume
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TONE ENHANCE button
To enhance bass and treble sounds, press this button to
set to ON.
Use the TONE ENHANCE system when listening to music
at a low volume.
To disengage the TONE ENHANCE, press this button
again to set to OFF.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Once the MASTER button has been switched on, you can remotely control the TV tuner
with the supplied RM-705 Remote Commander up to 7 meters (23 feet) away from the TV
tuner and within approx. 30 degrees from the center.
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30°
The stand on the bottom
may be used for operating
on a table.
Battery installation
The RM-705 operates on two supplied AA batteries (IEC Designation R6).
—
Slide to expose the battery
compartment.
Be sure to observe correct
polarity.
Close completely or to the detent
position.
detent position
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Function of keys and buttons on the Remote Commander
Transmitter
Point toward the
remote control
detector on the TV tuner.
Keys/buttons whose functions
are the same as the TV tuner
panel buttons
POWER keys
VOLUME keys
CHANNEL keys
PICTURE keys
Number keys
TV/VIDEO button
Every push on the button
changes the function in the
following sequence.
TV—~VIDEO 1-> VIDEO 2—- VIDEO 3
The selected function tamp on
the tuner will light.
ANT/AUX button
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COMPONENT TV COMMANDER
Keys which have no equivalent on the TV tuner
MUTING key
This key functions when the TV tuner is used
with a Sony KX-series Component TV equipped
with a control input connector.
When you want to mute the sound immediate-
ly, as for instance to answer the telephone,
press this key. The MUTING lamp on the TV
will light.
Sound muting will be released when the
MUTING key is pressed again, the VOLUME
À key is pressed, or the tuner is turned off.
CLEAR key
Press this key to set the display to “——”, if you
select an incorrect tens-digit or forget to first
select 0 for channels 2 through 9.
Indicator
This lamp lights when the Commander is
operating.
If the lamp does not light when any of the
function keys/buttons are pressed, battery
replacement is required.
Operation of the Remote Commander
Preliminary setting on the TV tuner
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MASTER button
В switched on
CATV/NORMAL button Either the ANTENNA
ВО proper position or AUX lamp lights.
The response lamp blinks when any function
key/button on the Commander is pressed.
The selected channel
number appears.
The selected button
lamp lights.
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O Press the POWER key.
9 Press the TV/VIDEO button to
select the function, if required. —
Г @ Press the ANT/AUX button, it —
required, to select VHF antenna
For TV input; ANT or AUX.
viewing —
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o Select the desired channel by e
pressing the number keys or the
CHANNEL key.
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Notes on the Remote Commander
e In normal operation, battery life is up to half a year. When the
battery is exhausted, the Commander will not operate the TV tuner
properly. In this case, replace the batteries with new ones.
e When the Commander is not used for a long period of time,
remove the batteries to avoid damage from possibie battery
leakage.
e Keep the Commander away from extremely hot or humid places.
e Avoid dropping any foreign objects into the Commander case
when replacing batteries.
e To avoid a malfunction, do not simultaneously depress two or
more buttons.
e The RM-705 Commander may be used only with those Sony
models indicated in the operating instructions.
For use with a Sony KX-series Component TV
Adjust the sound volume with
the VOLUME keys.
Adjust the picture contrast with
the PICTURE keys.
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CHAN № EL PRES ETTI NG - How to preset the channels to be scanned with the CHANNEL keys.
Your TV tuner has been set at the factory to receive VHF channels 2 through 13 in se-
quence when you press the CHANNEL keys. You can add UHF or CATV channels and
erase inactive VHF channels so that only the channels available in your area will appear
in the sequence.
To add UHF or CATV channels
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1
Set the CATV/NORMAL button to
NORMAL (released position) for
tion) for CATV channels.
(Either position will do for VHF.)
UHF and to CATV (depressed posi-
2
Press the ANT/AUX button, if re-
quired, to select VHF antenna
input; ANT or AUX.
Check that the TV button
is selected.
Select the channel number to be
added with the number keys.
4 Press the ADD key.
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Number of
channel added
This channel has
now been added.
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REPEAT THE ABOVE FOR ALL THE
CHANNELS TO BE ADDED.
The channels will be entered in numerical
sequence regardless of the adding se-
quence.
If you have any problem on CATV channel
presetting, consult the CATV company in
your area.
To erase inactive channels
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Set the CATV/NORMAL button to
NORMAL (released position) for UHF and
to CATV (depressed position) for CATV
channels.
(Either position will do for VHF)
2
Press the ANT/AUX button, if required, to
select VHF antenna input; ANT or AUX.
Check that the TV button
is selected.
Select the channel to be erased with the
CHANNEL keys.
4 Press the ERASE key.
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Number of
channel erased
This channel has
now been erased.
REPEAT THE ABOVE FOR ALL THE
CHANNELS TO BE ERASED.
Operating note: It is not possible to erase
a UHF channel from the memory and re-
tain the CATV channel of the same
number in the memory, or vice versa.
If either the UHF channel or the CATV
channel of the same number is to be kept
in the memory, do not erase the number.
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FUNCTION OF REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
O INPUT 1, 2 and 3
VIDEO jack (phono jack, yellow)
Connect to the video output of a video tape recorder.
Input level of the video signal from the INPUT 3 jack can be ad-
justed with the INPUT LEVEL control.
AUDIO jacks (phono jacks, L-white, R-red)
Connect to the audio outputs of a video tape recorder.
Connect the L and R channels properly. if the recorder is monaural,
connect the audio output of the recorder to the L channel. The
signal wili be obtained from both L and R output channels. (If the
signal is connected to the R channel, it will be obtained from only R
output channel.)
e To select the input, press the desired FUNCTION button on the
front panel or the TV/VIDEO button on the Remote Commander.
The selected button lamp will light.
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=_1 VIDEO 1... for INPUT 1
VIDEO 2 ........ for INPUT 2
[2] VIDEO 3........ for INPUT 3
O INPUT LEVEL contro!
Adjusts the level of the video signal from the VIDEO INPUT 3 jack.
Normally set to the center detent position.
If the picture contrast is too weak or too strong, adjust the level
(min. 0.5V p-p, max. 2V p-p) by turning the contro! clockwise or
counterclockwise with a screwdriver so that both the TV and video
programs are viewed at approximately the same contrast level
when the PICTURE keys are in the same position.
© CONTROL IN/OUT jacks (minijacks)
These jacks allow eventual expansion of your audiovisual system.
When an external control unit is connected to the CONTROL IN
jack, the TV tuner cannot be operated with the Remote Com-
mander.
O MPX INPUT/QUTPUT jacks (phono jacks)
These jacks aliow a special adaptor to be connected for any future
multichannel sound (stereo, bilingual, etc.) TV broadcasts.
OUTPUT
special adaptor < . O
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O TV OUTPUT
VIDEO jack (phono jack, yellow)
To record TV programs on a video tape recorder not equipped with
a TV tuner, connect this jack to the video input of the recorder.
A video projection system may be connected here so that you can
enjoy TV programs on a large screen.
The TV video signal is available irrespective of the FUNCTION set-
ting.
The PICTURE keys do not affect these outputs.
AUDIO jacks (phono jacks, L-white, R-red)
To record TV programs on a video tape recorder not equipped with
a TV tuner, connect these jacks to the audio inputs of the recorder.
An amplifier may also be connected for more audio power.
The TV audio signal is available irrespective of the FUNCTION set-
ting. The VOLUME keys, MUTING key, TONE ENHANCE button,
BALANCE, BASS and TREBLE controls do not affect these outputs.
O MONITOR 1 and 2 OUTPUT
VIDEO jack (phono Jack, yellow)
Connect to the video input of a monitor TV or a video projection
system.
The signal selected with the FUNCTION button is then available,
AUDIO jacks (phono jacks, L-white, R-red)
Connect to the audio inputs of a monitor TV or a video projection
system.
The signal selected with the FUNCTION button is then available.
CONTROL jack (minijack)
When the TV tuner is used with a Sony KX-series Component TV
equipped with a control input connector, connect as illustrated
with the RK-69A Connecting Cord (optional).
VIDEO
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CONTROL
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AUDIO
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The Component TV volume and picture can be adjusted and the TV
turned on and off using the controls on the TV tuner or the Remote
Commander.
VMC-15 RK-69A
© MONITOR 1 MULTI OUTPUT connector (8-pin DIN)
Connect to the MULT! INPUT (8-pin DIN) connector on a Sony KX-
series Component TV with the supplied VK-2D Video Cable (2 m).
The VK-5DX Video Cable for extension (5 m) is available optionally.
The signals selected with the FUNCTION button are available.
The Component TV volume and picture can be adjusted and the TV
turned on and off using the controls on the TV tuner or the Remote
Commander.
Caution: You may use the MONITOR 1 and MONITOR 2 jacks, or
MULTI OUTPUT connector and MONITOR 2 jacks, simultaneously.
However, do not use the MONITOR 1 VIDEO/AUDIO/CONTROL
jacks and the MULTI OUTPUT connector simultaneoulsy.
Connections for FM simulcast TV programs
To receive FM simulcast TV programs (stereo sound transmitted
from an FM radio station), connect as illustrated.
A VMC-1S Video Cable (supplied)
- VMC-1S Video Cable
(supplied)
to VIDEO to TV VIDEO
INPUT 1 OUTPUT
(2 or 3) to MONITOR 2
VIDEO OUTPUT
Qu anna
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to MONITOR
to AUDIO to MULTI 2 AUDIO
INPUT 1 OUTPUT OUTPUT
J (2 or 3)
RK-74A7
Connecting Cord
(supplied)
VK-2D Video Cable
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Select the VIDEO 1
(2 or 3) button according
to the connectors used.
O AC OUTLET
SWITCHED
Provides ac power of 200W max. to other connected equipment.
Power can be switched on and off with the POWER button/key on
the TV tuner or the Remote Commander.
UNSWITCHED
Provides ac power of 300W max. to other connected equipment.
Power is not controlled with the POWER button/key.
Caution: Do not connect electrical home appliances such as an
electric iron, fans, or other high-wattage equipment to these
outlets.
O AC power cord
Connect to a convenient 120V ac wall outlet.
Caution: Do not connect this power cord to the SWITCHED AC
OUTLET of a Sony KX-series Component TV. If you do, the control
on the TV tuner or the Remote Commander will not turn the TV on
and off.
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KX-series
Component TV
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ANTENNA/CABLE CONNECTION
If your local signal is strong, an indoor antenna may be sufficient to
obtain a clear picture.
The use of an external antenna is recommended especially in dif-
ficult reception areas (inside steel-frame buildings, in mountainous
areas, or at great distances from the transmitter).
When the cable
is a 75-ohm coaxial
type (round)
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5mm
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pass the ring over cable
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to VHF
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F-type connector
(optional)
Connect the
When the cable is a
leads.
300-ohm ribbon type
lead-in (flat)
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Antenna connector
(supplied)
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300-ohm ribbon
L— type wire
to UHF
Connect the wire and
tighten the screws.
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Most combination antennas already have a signal splitter. If you
need a splitter or a complete antenna system, see your Sony dealer
or a qualified technician.
VHF-UHF
Signal splitter
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"CATV, cable without a channel converter:
We recommend that you consult your cabie company to make sure
that the cable is properly connected.
CATV 75-0hm coaxial cable —
F-type connector
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qe VHF ANT
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“CATV cable with a special channel converter -
Pay cable TV systems use scrambled or encoded signals and re-
quire special converters.
(The converter is supplied by the cable company.)
CATV 75-ohm coaxial cable
out Channel
| converter
75-ohm coaxial cable
with F-type connectors
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(supplied) E-type
connector
to CONVERTER
to VHF
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to AUX
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“Notes: on selection of the VHF. antenna inputs’
F-type connector
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For converted pay cable TV signals from the AUX terminal, press
the ANT/AUX button to set to AUX. The green AUX lamp will light.
For normal VHF or CATV signals from the VHF ANT terminal, press
the ANT/AUX button again to set to ANT. The green ANTENNA
lamp will light.
SPECIFICATIONS :
Television system
Channel coverage
Antenna
Inputs
Outputs
Power requirements
Power consumption
AC outlet
Dimensions
Weight
Accessories supplied
American TV standards
VHF channels 2-13
UHF channels 14-83
CATV mid-band channels A-I
super-band channels J-W
75-ohm antenna terminals for VHF ANT,
CONVERTER and AUX
300-ohm antenna terminais for UHF
VIDEO INPUT 1, 2, and 3 (phono jack)
1V p-p, NTSC, 75 ohms, unbalanced,
sync negative
AUDIO INPUT 1, 2 and 3 (2 phono jacks)
—5 dBs (436 mV rms), 47 kilohms
CONTROL IN (minijack)
SV p-p
MPX IN (2 phono jacks)
—5 dBs (436 mV rms), 47 kilohms
TV, MONITOR 1 and 2 VIDEO OUTPUT
(phono jack)
1V p-p, NTSC, 75 ohms,
unbalanced,
sync negative
TV, MONITOR 1 and 2 AUDIO OUTPUT
(2 phono jacks)
—5 dBs, (436 mV rms), 5 kilohms
MONITOR 1 and 2 CONTROL OUTPUT
(mini jack)
SV p-p
MULTI OUTPUT (8-pin DIN)
Same as the above MONITOR 1 and
2 VIDEO OUTPUT, AUDIO OUTPUT
and CONTROL OUTPUT
CONTROL OUT (mini jack)
SV p-p
MPX OUT (phono jack)
70 mV rms +3 dB, load impedance
50 kilohms
(Main channel! 400 Hz, 100% modulation)
50 Hz-55 kHz, within *5 dB
Positive polarity
HEADPHONES (stereo binaural jack)
Accepts low and high impedance stereo
headphones
120V ac, 60Hz
20W (max.) 18W (average)
4.5 W (in standby condition)
Switched: max. 200W
Unswitched: max. 300W
Approx. 430 x 80 x 277 mm (w/h/d)
(17 x 31/8 x 11 inches)
incl. projecting parts and controls
Approx. 5 kg (11 Ib)
Remote Commander RM-705
Antenna connector (300—-75 ohm matching
transformer is built-in)
75-0hm coaxial cable with F-type connector
(1.5 Mm)
Connecting Cord RK-74A (2 phono plugs
to 2 phono plugs, 1.5 m)
Video Cable VMC-1S (phono plug to phono
plug, 1.2 m) 2 pcs.
Video Cable VK-2D (8-pin DIN plug to 8-pin
DIN plug, 2 m)
Remote Commander
Remote control system Infrared control
Power requirements 3V ас
Battery size AA x 2
(IEC Battery Designation R6)
Dimensions Approx. 120 x 24 x 142 mm (w/h/d)
(43/4 x 1 x 55/8 inches)
Weight Approx. 282 g (10 oz)
incl. batteries.
Accessory supplied Battery size AA 2 pcs.
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
PE AT at e
Trinitron Component TV KX-1901, KX-2501
Remote Commander RM-705
Speaker System SS-XIA, SS-X10A
Betamax Videocassette Recorder SL-2000, SL-5000
Connecting Cord RK-69A (miniplug to minipiug, 1.2 m)
Video Cable VK-2D (8-pin DIN plug to 8-pin DIN plug, 2 m)
VK-5DX (8-pin DIN socket to 8 pin DIN plug, 5 m)
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