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Trinitron Color TV
Operating Instructions
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KV-EF29
©1997 by Sony Corporation
M80
M90
M61
M91
WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• Operate the TV only between 110 – 240 V AC.
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the
TV. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose
the TV to rain or moisture.
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV.
Do not pull the power cord to disconnect the TV.
Pull it out by the plug.
Disconnect the power cord during lightning
storms or if you are not going to use the TV for
several days.
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Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
qualified personnel only.
Do not install the TV in hot, humid or excessively
dusty places.
Install the TV in a stable position. Do not allow
children to climb onto it.
Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth.
Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals
to clean the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.
Do not plug in too many appliances to the same
power socket. Do not damage the power cord.
Table of Contents
WARNING
Using Your New TV
Using Your New TV
Getting Started ............................................................................................. 4
Step 1: Connect the antenna .................................................................. 4
Step 2: Insert the batteries into the remote .......................................... 5
Step 3: Preset the channels..................................................................... 5
Connecting optional components ............................................................. 6
Securing the TV ............................................................................................ 8
Watching the TV .......................................................................................... 9
Advanced Operations
Operating optional components ...... 24
Listening with dynamic sound
—DYNAMIC POWER BASSO ........ 12
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Listening with Virtual Dolby
Surround sound ................................. 13
Introducing the menu system .......... 26
Watching two programs at the same
time—PIP ............................................ 14
Adjusting the A/V CONTROL
setting
............................................ 28
Viewing multiple programs at the
same time—PROGRAM INDEX ..... 16
Adjusting the PIP setting
Selecting a stereo or bilingual
program (KV-EF29M61/EF29M91/
EF29M90 only) ................................... 18
Viewing Teletext (KV-EF29M61/
EF29M91 only) ................................... 20
Displaying Teletext on the PIP
screen—PIP TEXT (KV-EF29M61/
EF29M91 only) ................................... 22
Viewing a video game screen
—GAME MODE ................................ 23
Here are some fun features of your TV:
• VIRTUAL DOLBY SURROUND
(page 13)
• DYNAMIC POWER BASSO (page 12)
• HYPER SURROUND (page 32)
• PROGRAM INDEX (page 16)
• STROBE (page 31)
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Changing the menu language .......... 27
.......... 30
Adjusting the FEATURES
setting
........................................... 32
Adjusting the PRESET
........................................... 34
setting
Additional Information
Troubleshooting ................................. 37
Identifying parts and controls ......... 39
Specifications ...................... Back cover
• PIP (page 14)
• PIP TEXT (page 22)
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only)
• GAME MODE (page 23)
• Menu language–English/Chinese (page 27)
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Using Your New TV
Getting Started
Step 1
Connect the antenna
If you wish to connect a VCR, see the “Connecting a VCR” diagram below.
or
Antenna cable (not supplied)
IEC connector
(not supplied)
: Signal flow
Antenna cable
(not supplied)
Connecting a VCR
Antenna cable (not supplied)
To antenna
output
VCR
AUDIO VIDEO
VIDEO IN
To ˘
(antenna)
S video cable
(not supplied)
VIDEO OUT
To video and
audio outputs
To S video
output
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
To
(S video input)
To … 1, 2, or 3
(video input)
(yellow)
-L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)
: Signal flow
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Using Your New TV
Using Your New TV
Notes
(the
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to
yellow jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack).
• If you connect a VCR to the ˘ (antenna) terminal, preset the signal
output from the VCR to the program position 0 on the TV.
• Do not simultaneously connect video equipment to the … 3 (video input)
jacks at the front and the … 3 (video input) jacks at the rear of your TV.
• If both
(S video input) and … 1 (video input) are input
simultaneously, the
␣ (S video input) is automatically selected. To view
the video input to … 1 (video input), disconnect the S video cable.
• When no signal is input to the connected VCR (or video equipment), the
screen becomes blue.
Step 2
Insert the batteries
into the remote
Note
• Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries together.
Step 3
Preset the channels
1
ONE-PUSH AUTOMATIC PROGRAMING
2
1
AUTO PROGRAM
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
VHF L O W
AUTO
PROGR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Now You Are Ready. . .
The channels are now automatically preset
in your TV. To preset the channels manually,
see page 34.
Using Your New TV
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Connecting optional components
You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, multi disc player,
camcorder, video game or stereo system.
Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment
using the … (video input) jacks
Front of TV
S video cable (not supplied)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
To
(S video
input)
To… 3
(video input)
To video and
audio outputs
Camcorder
or
3
To S video output
Video game
equipment
(MONO)
:Signal flow
Notes
• You can also connect video equipment to the … 3 (video input) jacks at
the rear of your TV.
• Do not simultaneously connect video equipment to the … 3 (video input)
jacks at the front and the … 3 (video input) jacks at the rear of your TV;
otherwise, the picture will not be displayed properly on the screen.
Connecting audio/video equipment using the Ú
(monitor/TV output) jacks
Antenna cable (not supplied)
Rear of TV
To Ú
(monitor/
TV
output)
To
antenna
output
(yellow)
-L (MONO)
(white)
-R (red)
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Audio system
VCR
or
To video and
audio inputs
To
audio
inputs
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
:Signal flow
Note
• When connecting a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to
(the
yellow jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack).
Using Your New TV
Connecting a DVD player
Using / (audio/video) connectors, connect … 1 (video input) on your TV to
LINE OUT on your DVD player.
DVD player
Using Your New TV
LINE OUT
R-AUDIO-L VIDEO
To … 1, 2, or 3
(video input)
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)
(yellow)
-L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)
: Signal flow
Connecting a DVD player with component video output
connectors
1 Using audio connectors, connect L and R of
(component video input) on your
TV to the AUDIO L and R output connectors on your DVD player.
2 Using three yellow video cables, connect Y, B-Y, and R-Y of
(component video
input) on your TV to Y, B-Y, and R-Y output on your DVD player.
DVD player
R
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
R-Y
B-Y
Y
S VIDEO OUT
LINE OUT
R-AUDIO-L VIDEO
L
Y
B-Y R-Y
To
L (white)
R (red)
To audio
output
Audio cable
(not supplied)
To
(component
video input)
Video cable (not supplied)
To component
video output
:Signal flow
Notes
• Some DVD player terminals may be labeled Y, Cb, and Cr. If so, connect Y
(green) to Y, B-Y (blue) to Cb, and R-Y (red) to Cr.
• Since the high quality pictures on a DVD disc contain a lot of information,
picture noise may appear. In this case, adjust the sharpness (“SHARP”) in
the VIDEO ADJUST menu. (see page 28.)
• Connect your DVD player directly to your TV. Connecting the DVD
player through other video equipment will cause unwanted picture noise.
Using Your New TV
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Securing the TV
To prevent the TV from falling, secure the TV using one of the following methods:
the supplied screws, attach the band to the TV stand and to the rear of
A With
the TV using the provided hole.
the cord or chain through the clamps to secure the TV against a wall or
B Put
pillar.
20
mm
3.8mm
A
B
Note
• Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.
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Using Your New TV
Watching the TV
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This section explains functions used
while watching TV. Most operations can
be done using the remote.
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2
Using Your New TV
u
…
;
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
Number buttons
JUMP
U
PROGR +/–
. +/–
1
Press U to turn on the TV.
When the TV is in the
standby mode (the u
indicator on the TV is lit),
press u on the remote or
on the TV.
The PROGR +/–, . +/–,
and … indicators on the
TV light up.
2
Press PROGR +/– or
number buttons to select
the TV program.
For double digit numbers,
press ÷, then the number
(e.g., for 25, press ÷, then
2 and 5).
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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0
continued
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Watching the TV (continued)
Additional tasks
To
Do this
Turn off temporarily
Press u.
The u indicator on the TV lights up.
Turn off completely
Press U on the TV.
Adjust the volume
Press .+/–.
Mute the sound
Press ¤.
Watch the video input
Press …
(or … on the TV) to select “VIDEO 1,”
“VIDEO 2”, “VIDEO 3” or “DVD.”
To go back to the TV program, press ; (or … on the
TV.)
Jump back to the previous channel
Press JUMP.
Display the on-screen information*
Press
Change the on-screen language
See page 27.
.
* The picture, sound, and either the program position or video mode are
displayed. The on-screen display for the picture and sound information
disappears after about 3 seconds.
Notes
• When you turn on the TV, you may hear a “boon” sound that is caused by
the demagnetization of the TV. This does not indicate a malfunction.
• The picture color may become abnormal if you change the direction of
your TV. To obtain the normal picture color, press U on the TV to turn off
the TV for five minutes and then turn it on again.
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Using Your New TV
To set the Wake Up timer
Using Your New TV
1 Press
until the desired period of time appears.
Every time you press this button, the period of time changes as
follows:
WAKE UP TIMER:10M
After 10 minutes
WAKE UP TIMER:OFF
WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M
No Wake Up Timer
After 12 hours
2 Select the TV program or video mode you want to display when
you wake up.
3 Press u or set the Sleep timer if you want the TV to turn off
automatically.
until “WAKE UP
To cancel the Wake Up timer, press
TIMER: OFF” appears or turn off the TV’s main power.
Notes
• The Wake Up timer starts immediately after the on-screen display
disappears.
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the TV
is turned on using the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into the
standby mode. To continue watching the TV, press any button or control
on the TV or the remote.
To set the Sleep timer
Press
until the desired period of time appears.
Every time you press this button, the period of time changes as
follows:
SLEEP TIMER:30M
After 30 minutes
SLEEP TIMER:60M
After 60 minutes
SLEEP TIMER:OFF
No Sleep Timer
SLEEP TIMER:90M
After 90 minutes
To cancel the Sleep timer, press
appears or turn the TV off.
until “SLEEP TIMER: OFF”
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Advanced Operations
Listening with
dynamic sound
7
8
-/--
0
9
—DYNAMIC POWER BASSO
The DYNAMIC POWER BASSO sound
mode enables you to enjoy high quality
audio with the best combination of all
types of sound. It reproduces dynamic
and clear sounds and emphasizes low
and high audio effects as well.
DYNAMIC
P. BASSO
Press DYNAMIC P. BASSO.
The sound mode of the TV
program or the video input
changes to the DYNAMIC
POWER BASSO sound.
b
POWER BASSO : ON
To go back to the normal sound mode
Press DYNAMIC P. BASSO again.
Tip
• Select any of the sound modes (“HYPER SURROUND” or “A/V
CONTROL”–“DYNAMIC/STANDARD/SOFT/PERSONAL”) to cancel
the DYNAMIC POWER BASSO sound.
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Advanced Operations
Listening with
Virtual Dolby*
Surround sound
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The Virtual Dolby Surround sound
mode enables you to enjoy Dolby
ProLogic Surround without surround
speakers.
DOLBY
VIRTUAL
The sound mode of the TV
program or the video input
changes to the Virtual
Dolby Surround sound.
b
DOLBY VIRTUAL : ON
Advanced Operations
Press DOLBY VIRTUAL.
To go back to the normal sound mode
Press DOLBY VIRTUAL again.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
DOLBY, the double-D symbol a and “PRO LOGIC” are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
The Virtual Dolby Surround of this model consists of Dolby Pro
Logic and TruSurround.
TM
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. SRS and the SRS
“
symbol are registered trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. in the United
States and selected foreign countries. SRS and TruSurround are
incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.”
Advanced Operations
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Watching two
programs at the
same time
—PIP
With the Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature,
you can display a sub screen within the
main picture of different TV programs
or video inputs.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
V/v/ENTER
Displaying the PIP screen
Press
.
b
To select a TV program in the PIP screen
Press V or v, and press ENTER.
To select a video input in the PIP screen
Press
(or … on the TV).
To go back to the normal screen
Press
.
Tips
• You can also display the PIP screen using the menu (see “Adjusting the
PIP setting” on page 30).
• You can change the position of the PIP screen (see “Adjusting the PIP
setting” on page 30).
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Advanced Operations
Additional PIP tasks
To
Press
swap pictures between the main
and PIP screens
freeze the PIP screen
To unfreeze the screen, press the button again.
Notes
• When you display a video input on the PIP screen at a faster/slower
speed, the picture may be disrupted depending on the VCR type.
• If you display different color systems on the main screen and the PIP
screen, the size of the PIP screen may be different and the PIP picture may
be disrupted. This does not indicate a malfunction of the TV.
Advanced Operations
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Viewing multiple
programs at the
same time
…
—PROGRAM INDEX
The PROGRAM INDEX feature allows
you to view all of the preset TV
programs and the video inputs on the
nine sub screens at the same time.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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0
V/b/v/B/ENTER
PROGR INDEX
PROGR +/–
Press PROGR INDEX.
The first nine preset
programs appear on the
nine sub screens.
b
>>> 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
>>> 10
11
12
V1
V2
V3
DVD
1
2
To view the next or the previous nine preset programs
Press PROGR +/– on the remote or the TV.
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Advanced Operations
>>> 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
,
To select the desired program directly from the nine sub screens
Press the number buttons or …
.
You can also select the program you want to watch from the nine
sub screens as follows:
1 Press V/b/v/B to move the cursor (>>>) to the screen of the
program you want to watch.
2 Press ENTER.
To go back to the normal screen
Press PROGR INDEX again or
.
You can also go back to the normal screen as follows:
1 Select “PROGR INDEX” or “PIP : OFF” from the PIP menu.
2 Press ENTER.
Tips
• You can also view multiple programs on the nine sub screens using the
menu (see “Adjusting the PIP setting” on page 30).
• You can change the position of the nine sub screens using the PIP menu
(see “Adjusting the PIP setting” on page 30).
Notes
• You can use only the number buttons on the remote to change the
program position of the main screen when you display the nine sub
screens.
• You can only hear the sound of the main screen when viewing multiple
programs on the nine sub screens.
Advanced Operations
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Selecting a stereo
or bilingual
program
A/B
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91/EF29M90
only)
You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual
programs of NICAM and A2 (German)
stereo systems.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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0
Press A/B
repeatedly
until you receive the
sound you want.
STEREO
b
The on-screen display
changes to show the
selected sound and the u/
Â/ indicator lights up.
When receiving a NICAM program
Broadcasting
NICAM stereo
On-screen display (Selected sound)
NICAM
MONO
(Regular sound)
(Stereo sound)
NICAM bilingual
NICAM monaural
NICAM
MAIN
NICAM
SUB
(Main sound)
(Sub sound)
NICAM
MAIN
(Main sound)
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MONO
(Regular sound)
MONO
(Regular sound)
When receiving an A2 (German) program
Broadcasting
On-screen display (Selected sound)
A2 (German) stereo
STEREO
MONO
(Regular sound)
(Stereo sound)
A2 (German) bilingual
MAIN
SUB
(Main sound)
(Sub sound)
Receiving area for NICAM and A2 (German) programs
System
Receiving area
NICAM
Hong Kong, Singapore, New Zealand, Malaysia,
Thailand, etc.
A2 (German)
Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, etc.
Notes
• If the signal is very weak, the sound becomes monaural automatically.
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM program, select
“MONO”. The sound becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced.
If the sound is distorted or noisy when receiving a monaural
program through the ˘ (antenna) terminal
Press A/B
repeatedly until “MONO” appears on the screen
while the u/Â/ indicator is off.
To cancel the monaural sound setting, press A/B
“AUTO” appears on the screen.
MONO
again until
AUTO
Notes
• The “MONO” or “AUTO” setting is memorized for each program
position.
• You cannot receive stereo broadcast signal when the TV is in the “MONO”
setting. Normally set the TV to “AUTO.”
Advanced Operations
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Viewing Teletext
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only)
…
TV stations broadcast an information
service called Teletext via some TV
channels. Teletext allows you to receive
various information, such as weather
forecasts or news.
;
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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A/B
Displaying Teletext
1
Select a TV channel that
carries the Teletext
broadcast you want to
watch.
2
Press
text.
to display the
A Teletext page (normally
the index page) is
displayed. If there is no
Teletext broadcast, “100” is
displayed at the top left
corner of the screen.
To turn off Teletext
Press ;.
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Advanced Operations
P166 SECTEXT
b
166
FR1 MAR
03:59:09
Fom Singapore
Day
1.6
To PARIS
2
3
Dep/Arr
220/0588
2130/1225
2115/1330
To OSAKA
2.5
4.6
1000/1715
0930/2015
SQ6
CX522
747
L10
To ROMA
2.7
4
2130/0745
2300/0915
SQ24
AZ487
747
747
1
2
2210/0610
2100/0835
SQ21A
SQ21A
747
747
To SYDNEY
Flight
Alrcraft
SQ28
747
PA115
L15
SQ26
747
Additional Teletext tasks
To
Do this
display a Teletext page on the TV
picture
Press
.
Each time you press
, the screen changes as
follows: Teletext n Teletext and TV n TV.
check the contents of a Teletext service
Press
.
An overview of the Teletext contents and page
numbers appear on the screen.
select a Teletext page
Press the number buttons to enter the three-digit
page number of the desired Teletext page.* If you
make a mistake, reenter the correct page number. To
access the next or previous page, press PROGR␣ +/–.
hold a Teletext page
(stop the page from scrolling)
Press …
to display the symbol “j” at the top
left corner of the screen. To resume normal Teletext
operation, press …
or
.
reveal concealed information
(e.g., an answer to a quiz)
Press
.
To conceal the information, press the button again.
enlarge the Teletext display
Press A/B
.
Each time you press A/B
, the Teletext display
changes as follows: Enlarge upper half n Enlarge
lower half n Normal size.
wait for a Teletext page while watching
a TV program
1 Enter the Teletext page number that you want to
refer to, then press
.
2 When the page number is displayed, press
to
show the text.
* You can also select a Teletext page of any page number that appears in the
colored column at the bottom of the screen using the corresponding colorcoded button on the remote.
Using FASTEXT
This feature allows you to quickly access a Teletext page that uses
FASTEXT. When a FASTEXT program is broadcasted, the colored
menus appear at the bottom of the screen. The colors of the menus
correspond to the red ( ), green ( ), yellow ( ), and blue ( )
color-coded buttons on the remote.
To access a FASTEXT menu
Press the color-coded button on the remote corresponding to the
menu you want. The menu page appears on the screen after several
seconds.
Advanced Operations
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Displaying
Teletext on the
PIP screen
—PIP TEXT
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only)
…
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
;
The PIP TEXT feature enables you to
display a Teletext page on the PIP screen
while watching a TV program.
V/b/v/B/ENTER
PIP TEXT
PROGR+/–
1
Select a TV channel that
carries the Teletext
broadcast you want to
watch.
2
Press PIP TEXT.
b
P166 SECTEXT
166
Fom Singapore
Day
1.6
2
3
Dep/Arr
220/0588
2130/1225
2115/1330
To PARIS
FR1 MAR
03:59:09
Flight
Alrcraft
SQ28
747
PA115
L15
SQ26
747
To OSAKA
2.5
4.6
1000/1715
0930/2015
SQ6
CX522
747
L10
To ROMA
2.7
4
2130/0745
2300/0915
SQ24
AZ487
747
747
1
2
2210/0610
2100/0835
SQ21A
SQ21A
747
747
To SYDNEY
To go back to the normal screen
Press PIP TEXT again, or press ;, … , or PROGR +/–.
You can also select “PIP : OFF” from the PIP menu, and press
ENTER to go back to the normal screen.
Tips
• You can also display Teletext on the PIP screen using the menu (refer to
“Adjusting the PIP setting” on page 30).
• You can also use the color-coded buttons (see page 21) to select pages in
the PIP TEXT screen.
• You can change the position of a Teletext page on the PIP screen using the
PIP menu (refer to “Adjusting the PIP setting” on page 30).
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Note
• To select a Teletext page on the PIP screen, press V/b/v/B once only. If
you press V/b/v/B continuously, the Teletext page numbers also change
continuously at a fast speed.
Advanced Operations
Viewing a video
game screen
GAME
—GAME MODE
;
The GAME MODE feature optimizes the
video game screen by giving a soft
picture and dynamic sound effects.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
…
PROGR+/–
Press GAME.
The picture and sound
change to the mode that is
suitable for video games.
GAME
GAME
b
To go back to the normal picture and sound modes
Press ;, …
, or PROGR +/–.
Tips
• You can also view the video game screen using the menu (see “Adjusting
the FEATURES setting” on page 32).
• You can turn on the TV automatically and enter the GAME mode just by
pressing the GAME button when the TV is in the standby mode.
Note
• To display a video game screen, connect the video game equipment to the
… 3 (video input) jacks at the front or rear of the TV.
Advanced Operations
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Operating
optional
components
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
You can use the supplied remote to
operate Sony video equipment such as
Beta, 8mm, VHS, MDP, CD or DVD.
Number buttons
DVD MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
VIDEO u
Video equipment
operation buttons
Setting the remote to the connected equipment
While holding down
VIDEO u, press the
following number
combinations to enter the
equipment’s code number
(see the chart below).
For example, to operate a
Sony 8 mm VCR:
+
0
b
2
Sony video equipment’s code numbers
To control
Hold down VIDEO u and press
DVD
00
VTR1 (Beta)
01
VTR2 (8mm)
02
VTR3 (VHS)
03
MDP
04
CD
06
MD
07
Notes
• If your video equipment is furnished with a COMMAND MODE selector,
set this selector to the same position as the setting code.
• If the equipment does not have a certain function, the corresponding
button on the remote will not operate.
• When you remove the batteries, the code number may revert to the factory
setting.
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Advanced Operations
Operating a VCR using the remote
To
Press
turn on/off
VIDEO u
record
r while pressing (
play
(
stop
p
fast forward
)
rewind the tape
0
pause
P
Press again to resume normal playback.
search the picture forward or
backward
) or 0 during playback.
Release to resume normal playback.
Operating a DVD player using the remote
To
Press
turn on/off
VIDEO u
play
(
stop
p
pause
P
Press again to resume normal playback.
step through different tracks of
an audio disc
+ to step forward or = to step
backward
display the Title menu
TITLE
display the menu
DVD MENU
select the menu item
V/v/B/b while holding down r
Operating an MDP using the remote
To
Press
turn on/off
VIDEO u
play
(
stop
p
pause
P
Press again to resume normal playback.
search the picture forward or
backward
) or 0 during playback.
Release to resume normal playback
Advanced Operations
25
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Introducing the
menu system
The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV. Here’s
an overview of the menu system.
A/V CONTROL
A / V CONT ROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
P ERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
PIP
FEATURES
PIP
PROGR I NDEX
P I P TEXT
S TROB E
POS I T I ON:
P I P : OF F
*
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
VHF LOW
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
AT T : OFF
VHF LOW
0
AUD I O AD J UST
BASS
TRE B L E
BA L ANCE
V I DEO AD J UST
100
P I C T URE
45
COL OR
40
BR I GHT
00
HUE
80
SHARP
VM : H I G H
80
80
00
PRESET
F E AT URES
GAME MODE
HYPER SURROUND :
OF F
AV OUT :
MON I TOR
*KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only
How to use the menu
-/--
0
1 After pressing MENU, press
V/b/v/B to move the cursor (”)
in four directions to select an item.
2 Press ENTER to
confirm the
selection.
To
Do this
go back to the previous menu
Press V or v to move the cursor ( ”) to the first line (N) of
each menu, then press ENTER.*
cancel the menu
Press MENU.
change the menu language
See next page.
* Except for “AUTO PROGRAM”
Notes (except for AUTO PROGRAM)
• When you select a menu, the color of the menu and the menu symbol
change and the cursor (”) appears beside the first item of the menu.
• When an item on the menu is selected after pressing ENTER, the color of
the item changes.
• If more than 60 seconds elapse between entries, the menu screen
disappears.
• Some menu displays contain the symbol
at the bottom of the
screen to indicate how to use the menu.
26
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Changing the
menu language
You can change the menu language as
well as the on-screen language.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
1
Press MENU.
b
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to the PRESET
), then press
menu (
ENTER.
3
Make sure the cursor (”)
appears beside
, then
LANGUAGE/
press ENTER.
Press V/b/v/B to select
, then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
b
ENTER
ENTER
b
ENTER
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
0
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
2
4
MENU
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
Chinese
The menu language
changes to Chinese.
To go back to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
27
Adjusting the A/V
CONTROL setting
The A/V CONTROL menu allows you
to adjust the picture and sound settings.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
1
2
3
Press MENU.
MENU
b
Press V or v to move the
, then
cursor (”) to
press ENTER.
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to the desired
option (see the table
below), then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
0
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
0
ENTER
Select
To
DYNAMIC
receive high contrast pictures with powerful sound.
STANDARD
receive normal contrast pictures with medium listening sound.
SOFT
receive mild pictures with soft sound.
PERSONAL
VIDEO ADJUST*
AUDIO ADJUST*
receive the last picture/sound settings that are adjusted using
“VIDEO ADJUST*” and “AUDIO ADJUST*”.
TILT CORRECT
adjust the picture tilt when it is not aligned to the TV screen.
* When you select “VIDEO ADJUST” or “AUDIO ADJUST”, options for
your selection are displayed (see below).
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Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Adjusting the VIDEO ADJUST settings
1
Press V/b/v/B to adjust the
selected item, then press
ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
b
V I DEO AD J UST
100
P I CTURE
45
COLOR
40
BR I GHT
00
HUE
80
SHARP
VM : H I G H
For
Press v/B to
Press V/b to
PICTURE
decrease picture contrast
increase picture contrast
COLOR
decrease color intensity
increase color intensity
BRIGHT
darken the picture
brighten the picture
HUE*
make picture tones reddish
make picture tones greenish
SHARP
soften the picture
sharpen the picture
VM
decrease emphasis on picture edges
increase emphasis on picture edges
* You can adjust HUE for the NTSC color system only.
2
Repeat the above step to
adjust other items.
Adjusting the AUDIO ADJUST settings
1
2
Press V/b/v/B to adjust the
selected item, then press
ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
b
AUD I O AD J UST
BASS
TREBLE
BA L ANCE
80
80
00
For
Press v/B to
Press V/b to
BASS
decrease the bass
increase the bass
TREBLE
decrease the treble
increase the treble
BALANCE
increase the left speaker’s volume
increase the right speaker’s volume
Repeat the above step to
adjust other items.
To go back to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, refer to the
“Introducing the menu system” section on page 26.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
29
Adjusting the PIP
setting
The PIP menu allows you to use the
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
1
2
Press MENU.
MENU
b
Press V or v to move the
), then
cursor (”) to (
press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
PIP
PROGR I NDEX
P I P TEXT
STROBE
POS I T I ON:
P I P : OF F
*
*KV-EF29M61/
EF29M91 only
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Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
0
3
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to the desired
option (see the table
below), then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
Select
To
PROGR INDEX
view multiple programs on the nine sub-screens.
To cancel, select “PROGR INDEX” or “PIP: OFF”, then press
on the remote.
ENTER. Or press PROGR INDEX or
PIP TEXT*
display a Teletext page on the PIP screen.
Press V/b/v/B to select the desired Teletext page.
To cancel, select “PIP: OFF”, then press ENTER. Or press PIP
TEXT, ;, …
, or PROGR +/– on the remote.
STROBE
view slow motion movement on the nine sub screens.
To cancel, select “STROBE” again or “PIP: OFF”, then press
ENTER. Or press ;, …
, or PROGR +/–, or
on the remote.
POSITION
change the position of the PIP screen.
Press V/b/v/B to select the desired position, then press ENTER.
To cancel, press MENU.
PIP
display a sub screen within the main picture.
Press V/b/v/B to select “ON”, then press ENTER.
To cancel, press
or select “OFF”, then press ENTER.
* KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, see the
“Introducing the menu system” section on page 26.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
31
Adjusting the
FEATURES setting
The FEATURES menu allows you to
optimize the screen for video games,
enjoy “surround” sound effects, and
select the output signal of the TV
broadcast or the connected equipment.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
1
32
Press MENU.
MENU
b
2
Press V or v to move the
), then
cursor (”) to (
press ENTER.
3
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to the desired
option (see the table
below), then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
0
F E AT URES
GAME MODE
HYPER SURROUND :
OF F
AV OUT :
MON I TOR
Select
To
GAME MODE
view a video game screen
HYPER SURROUND
enjoy “surround” sound effects of a concert hall or
movie theater.
Press V/b/v/B to select “DOLBY VIRTUAL”,
“MOVIE”, “MUSIC”, “NEWS<BBE1)>”,
“HALL<SRS 2)>”, or “SPACE3)” (see below for details on
each item).
AV OUT
(advanced rec-out)
select the signal output through the Ú (Monitor/TV
output) terminal.
Press V/b/v/B to select “TV” (to output the TV
broadcast signal) or “MONITOR” (to output the signal
of the equipment connected to the TV).
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
Description of adjustable HYPER SURROUND items
Select
To
DOLBY VIRTUAL
listen to Dolby Surround encoded sound.
MOVIE
listen to sound that emphasizes the bass audio effect of
a movie theater.
MUSIC
listen to dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes the
low and high sound.
NEWS<BBE 1)>
2)
listen to sound that emphasizes voice.
HALL<SRS >
listen to sound that spreads out over a large area,
giving the feeling of being at a concert hall.
SPACE 3)
listen to monaural sound with a stereo-like effect.
OFF
turn off the “surround” sound.
1)
The BBE 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 the BBE symbol are the trademarks of BBE Sound,
Inc.
2)
The (r)  SRS (SOUND RETRIEVAL SYSTEM) is manufactured by Sony
Corporation under license from SRS Labs, Inc. It is covered by U.S. Patent
No. 4,748,669. The word “SRS” and the SRS symbol (r) are registered
trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
3)
SPACE uses SRS MONO.
To go back to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Notes
• Do not change the channel and the input selection while recording with a
VCR through the Ú (Monitor/TV output) jacks. If you change the
channel and the input selection, it also changes the channel and input
selection that you are recording.
• The signals of the PROGRAM INDEX, STROBE, PIP modes, and the
Teletext broadcast cannot be output even though “MONITOR” is selected.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, see the
“Introducing the menu system” section on page 26.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
33
Adjusting the
PRESET setting
The PRESET menu allows you to adjust
the setup of your TV. For example, you
can receive a channel with a weak signal
that fails to be tuned in by automatic
presetting. In addition, the PRESET
menu offers other setup options, such as
changing the menu language.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-/--
0
MENU
V/b/v/B/ENTER
Presetting channels manually
1
MENU
b
2
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to (
), then
press ENTER.
3
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to TV SYS, then
press ENTER.
4
Press V/b/v/B until your
local TV system appears
on the menu, then press
ENTER.
5
34
Press MENU.
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to MANUAL
PROGRAM, then press
ENTER.
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
b
b
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : D / K
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
MANUA L PROGRAM
ENTER
ENTER
b
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
AT T : OFF
VHF LOW
0
6
Select the program
position to which you
want to preset a channel.
MANUA L PROGRAM
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
b
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
AT T : OFF
VHF LOW
(1) Make sure the cursor
(”) appears beside PR,
then press ENTER.
(2) Press V/b/v/B until
the program position
you want appears on
the menu, then press
ENTER.
7
Select the desired
channel.
(1) Make sure the cursor
(”) appears beside VHF
LOW, then press
ENTER.
MANUA L PROGRAM
b
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
AT T : OFF
VHF LOW
(2) Press V/b/v/B until
the desired channel
picture appears on the
TV screen, then press
ENTER.
To go back to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Notes
• If the TV signal is too strong and the picture is distorted, select
“MANUAL PROGRAM” from the PRESET menu, then select “ATT
(attenuator) ON”.
• The TV system and the ATT (attenuator) settings are memorized for each
program position.
• If you do not know your local TV system, consult your nearest Sony
dealer or authorized service center.
continued
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
35
Adjusting the PRESET setting (continued)
Changing other PRESET menu options
1
Press MENU.
MENU
b
2
Press V or v to move the
), then
cursor (”) to (
press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
3
Press V or v to move the
cursor (”) to the desired
option, then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
b
A / V CONTROL
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
T I L T CORRECT :
PRESET
:
L ANGUAGE /
ENGL I SH
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P : P R0 2 O F F
Select
To
LANGUAGE
change the menu language (page 27)
AUTO PROGRAM
preset channels automatically
MANUAL PROGRAM
preset channels manually. See “Presetting channels
manually” on page 34.
TV SYS
select the TV system. See “Presetting channels manually”
on page 34.
COL SYS
select the color system. Normally, set this to “AUTO”.
SKIP
skip unwanted or unused program positions.
1 Press V/v until the unused or unwanted program
position appears, then press ENTER.
2 Select “ON”, then press ENTER.
3 To disable other program positions, repeat steps 1 and 2.
To put the skipped program position back on, select “OFF”
in step 2.
To go back to the normal screen
Press MENU.
Tip
• For details on the menu system and how to use the menu, refer to the
“Introducing the menu system” section on page 26.
36
Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)
0
Additional Information
Troubleshooting
If any problem persists, contact your nearest Sony dealer or authorized service center.
Symptom
Snowy picture
Noisy sound
Check
• Check the antenna and antenna connection on the TV and
on the wall. (page 4)
• Display the PRESET menu and select the appropriate TV
system (TV SYS). (page 34)
• Display the PRESET menu and select “MANUAL
PROGRAM”. Then, select “ATT (attenuator) ON”. (page
34)
Good picture
No picture
Noisy sound
No sound
• Display the PRESET menu and select the appropriate TV
system (TV SYS). (page 34)
• Press u.
• Press U on the TV to turn off the TV for about five
seconds and then turn it on again.
• Check the power cord, antenna, and the VCR connections.
Good picture
No sound
• Press .+.
• Press ¤.
• Press A/B
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91/EF29M90 only).
• This may be caused by local interference (e.g. cars, neon
signs, hair dryers, etc.). Adjust the antenna direction for
minimum interference.
Double images or “ghosts”
• This may be caused by reflections from nearby mountains
or buildings. A highly directional antenna may improve
the picture.
No color
• Adjust the COLOR level in the VIDEO ADJUST menu of
the PERSONAL option. (page 29)
• Display the PRESET menu and check the color system
(COL SYS) setting. (page 34)
Additional Information
Dotted lines or stripes
continued
Additional Information
37
Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom
38
Check
TV cabinet creaks.
• Even if the picture or the sound is normal, changes in
room temperature sometimes make the TV cabinet
expand or contract, making a noise. This does not indicate
a malfunction.
TV cannot receive stereo
broadcast signal
• Press A/B
until “AUTO” appears on the screen.
(page 19) (KV-EF29M61/EF29M91/EF29M90 only)
Additional Information
Identifying parts and controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
Front panel
ONE-PUSH AUTOMATIC PROGRAMING
1 … (TV/video) button (10)
2 Á +/– (volume) buttons (10)
3 PROGR +/– (program) buttons (9)
4 u (power) button (9)
5 ENTER button (26)
6 MENU +/– buttons (26)
7 AUTO PROGR (program) button (5)
8 U (main power) button (9)
continued
Additional Information
39
Identifying parts and controls (continued)
Remote
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
2
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
9
7
8
9
-/--
0
7
8
-/--
0
¤ (muting) button (10)
GAME button (23)
u (power) button (9)
; (TV) button (10)
Number buttons (9)
JUMP button (10)
Names/symbols of buttons on the
remote are indicated in different
colors to represent the available
functions.
40
1
1
7 A/B button (18)
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91/EF29M90
only)
8 PIP operation buttons (14 – 15)
(TV/video)
(freeze)
(swap)
(PIP)
V/v/ENTER—for PIP PROGR
Label color
Button function
White
For general TV operations
Green
For Teletext operations
PROGR INDEX
Yellow
For PIP and PROGRAM
INDEX operations
V/b/v/B/ENTER
Additional Information
9 PROGRAM INDEX operation
buttons (16 – 17)
PROGR +/–
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
8
9
-/--
0
-/--
0
!º Teletext operation buttons (20– 22)
(KV-EF29M61/EF29M91 only)
(text)
(enlarge)
(reveal)
(hold)
Red
Green
Yellow
Blue
(index)
(text clear)
PIP TEXT
V/b/v/B/ENTER
!¡ DOLBY VIRTUAL button (13)
!™ Timer setting buttons (11)
(wake up timer)
(sleep timer)
!£ DYNAMIC P(power). BASSO button
(12)
!¢ . (volume) +/– buttons (10)
!∞ DVD, VCR, MDP, CD, MD operation
buttons (25)
DVD MENU
+/# (fastforward/search
forward)
( (play)
=/3 (rewind/search
backward)
r (record)
p (stop)
P (pause)
VIDEO u (power)
TITLE
Additional Information
41
Specifications
KV-EF29M80, KV-EF29M90, KV-EF29M61, KV-EF29M91
Note
Power requirements
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption (W)
Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system
B/G, I, D/K, M
Color system
PAL, PAL 60, SECAM, NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58
Stereo system
NICAM Stereo B/G, I;A2 Stereo (German) B/G
KV-EF29M61/
EF29M91/
EF29M90
Teletext language
English, Arabic, French
KV-EF29M61/
EF29M91
Channel coverage
B/G
VHF : E2 to E12 / UHF : E21 to E69 / CATV : S01 to S03,
S1 to S41
I
UHF : B21 to B68 / CATV : S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K
VHF : C1 to C12, R1 to R12 / UHF : C13 to C57, R21 to R60
CATV : S01 to S03, S1 to S41, Z1 to Z39
M
VHF : A2 to A13 / UHF : A14 to A79/
CATV : A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
˘(Antenna)
75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (speaker)
15W + 15W
Number of terminal
Input: 4 Output: 1
phono jacks; 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Input: 4 Output: 1
phono jacks; 500 mVrms
(S Video)
Input: 2
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p, 75 ohms
(Component
Video)
Input: 1
phono jacks
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
sync negative
B–Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
R–Y: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Audio: 500 mVrms,
Output: 1
Minijack
(video)
(Audio)
2 (Headphone)
Picture tube
Tube size (cm)
Screen size (cm)
29 in.
72
Measured diagonally
68
Measured diagonally
Dimensions (w/h/d, mm)
716 × 572 × 525
Mass (kg)
54
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Sony Corporation
Tokyo, Japan
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