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SON3t: i 4-1oo-519-21

SON3t:

FD Trinitron

WEG/

Operating Instructions

i 4-1oo-519-21

I

KV-20FA210

© 2003 by Sony Corporation

WARNING

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the

TV to rain or moisture.

This symbol is intended presence of uninsulated within the product's sufficient magnitude shock to persons.

to alert the

"dangerous user to the voltage" enclosure that may be of to constitute, a risk of electric

This symbol is intended presence of important to alert the user to the oI_rating and maintenance

(servicing) accompanying instructions in the literature the appliance.

Note to the CATV Installer

This reminder installer's is provided attention to call the to Article 820-40

CATV system of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall Ix, connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

SAFETYPRECAUTIONS

[_1 Operate the TV only on 120 V AC.

[_1 One blade of the power plug is wider than the other for safety purposes and will fit into the power outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the ouNet, contact your dealer.

[_1 If any liquid or solid object falls into the TV, unplug it and have it chocked by qualified personnel before operating it further.

CAUTION

Whon using TV games, computers, with your TV, keep the brighiness and similar products and contrast functions low settings.

If a fixed (non-moving) pattern is left on the scr_n for long periods of time at a high brightness or contrast setting, the image can be permanently onto the scr_n.

Continuously watching imprinted the same charmel can cause the imprint of station logos onto the TV scr_n.

These types of imprints are not covered by your warranty because they are the results of misuse.

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NOTIFICATION

This equipment has been tested and found to com_pJly with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant the FCC Rules.

The_ limits are designed to Part to p_rovide

15 of reasonable residential protection installation, agjms t harmful this equipment interference generates, in a uses, and can radiate radio frequency used in accordance harmful interfe:vnce with energy and, the instructions, if not installed may cause with radio communications.

and

However, there is no guarantee particular interference installation.

that interference

If this equipment to radio or television will does not occur cause

:_ecep fion, which in a harmful can be determined encouraged by turning the eqtuipment to try to correct of the following measures: off and on, the user the interference by one or molv is

[_1 Reorient or relocate the receiving antennas.

[_1 Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

[_1 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

[_1 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Protecting the TV

[_1 To prevent internal heat build-up, do not block the ventilation openings.

[_1 Do not install the TV in a hot or humid place, or in a place subiect to oxcessive dust or mechanical vibration.

Note on Caption Vision

This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning in accordance

Use of this television with for other

§ 15.119 of the FCC than private viewing rules.

of programs companies broadcast on UHF or VHF or transmitted for the use of the general public may require authorization program owner.

from the broadcaster-cable company by cable and/or

Owner's Record

The model and serial numbers are located on the front cover of this manual and at the rear of your TV.

Trademarks and Copyrights

ENERGY STAR ® is a registered mark.

determinedthatthisproducto_roduct

modelmeetstheENERGY

for energyefficiency.

®

WEGA , FD Irinitron, Caption V®ion, Dynamic Bass Response

S stem and Steady S(lund are registered trademarks of Sony

_rporation.

Licel_sed by BBE Sound, Inc. under USP 4638258.4482866

BBE and

BBE symbol are trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.

"WOW.

Surround, and the (e)_symbol

SRS Labs Inc. WOW technology license from SRS Labs, no." are trademarks is incorporated under o'

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

For your rotection please read these instructions completely r, and keep this manual for future l_eference.

Carefully observe and instructions and placed comply w h all wamin on the set, or describe_in operating ins tPdctiol] $ 01" manual.

s, cautions the

WARNING

To guard against injury, the following basic safety precautions

_rvicing should of the set.

be observed in the instal at o_, use, and

Use

Power Sources

This set should be operated only from the type of power source indicated the serial/model plate.

If you

on

al_ not sm_e (If the type o_eleetrical power sup hed to your home consult our dea_er or local power c_}mpany.

_'or fl_osc, sets designed to o crate from battery power, refer to _e operating instructions.

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Grounding or Polarization

'1

This _t may be equipped with a polarized a terna ng curren e pm_ a plug having one bade wider _an other).

This lug will fit into the power outlet only one wa . This is a safety

_ature.

If you are unable to insert _e phlg fully into t _e " outlet, try reversing the plug.

If the pug still fails to fit, contact your electrician to re lace tour

obsolete

outlet.

Do _lot defeat the safety purpose o_the polarized plug.

Forthe set with a polarizedAC power cord plug

This plug will fit into the ower out et only one way.

This is a safety feature.

If ou are unable to insert the plug fully into

the outlet,

try reve_ ng the

_._

/

_ plug.

If the plug still fails to fit contact your electrician to have a suitable

outlet

installed.

Do not

_ , defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug by forcing it in.

Alternate Warning

For the set with a three-wire grounding type ACplu9

This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet.

This is a safety feature.

If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to have a suitable outlet installed.

Do not defeat the safety purpose of tim grounding

plug.

Overloading

Do not overload outlets, extension cords or convenience wall receptacles beyond their

capacit , since

this can res _i in fire or electric shock.

Always turn the set off when it is not to be used.

When tile set is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it h'om the wall outlet as a precaut on against the ossibillty of an internal malfunction that could create a fire

Do not disconnect the antenna or the ower cord during a hem,y

storm.

IA_htning

may strike w_ile you aloe holding the cable or curt L causing serious injury.

Turn off your TV and wait for tile weather to improve.

Object and Liquid Entry

Never

push objects of any kind into the set through the cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points

or short

out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock.

Never spill liquid of any kind on the set.

Attachments

DO not use atiachments by the manufacturer, hazards.

not reco_qmended as they may cause

Do not place any objects, especially heavy objects, on top of the set. The obi;,et mat fall from tile set, causing injury.

Cleaning

Unplug the set from the wall out et before cleaning or polishing it. Do not use quid cleaners or aerosol cloaners.

Use a cloth lightly dampened

with water

for cleaning the exterior of the set.

Ira snapping

_s continuous or popping sound from a TV set or frequent while the TV is operating, unplug the TV and consult your dealer or service technician.

It is norrrml for some TV sets to make occasional popping sounds, turned on or off.

particularly snapping when being or

Installation

Alwa s use two or more people to lift or move tile set. Tile set _s _eavy and the bottom surface s flat. Ser bUS injury can result from trying to move the set by yourself alone, or h'om tmsteady handling.

Install the set on a stable, level surface.

Water and Moisture

l_j not use power-line operated sets near water -for example, near a bathtub washbowl, k tc _en sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basel_nb or near a swimmJng pool, eta

Accessories

Do not place the set on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket table, or s _e f. The set may fall, causing serious

in'ury

to a child or an a_ult, and serious damage to the _,t. Use only a cart or stand recommended by t _e manufacturer for the specific model of TV. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended appliance and cart combination b t _e manufacturer.

An sho_d be moved w th care

Qmck stops, excessive force and uneven surfaces nay cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.

Ventilation

The slots and openings in the cabinet and in the back or bottom are plx)vided for necessary ventilation.

To ensure reliable o_eration overheatrng, these of the ,set, and slots and to. protect openings must it from never be blocked or covered.

Never cover the slots

and openings ,a*

with

a cloth or other materials.

_j_

Never block the slots and openings

by placin _.the

set on a bed, sofa, rug

or other similar surface.

Never

place the set in a confined space,

such as a bookcase

or built-in

cabinet, unless proper ventilation

is

provided.

Do not place the set near or over

a radiator

or heat register, or where it is exposed to direct sunlight.

Power-Cord Protection

Do not allow an_ytlhing to rest on or roll over the power cord, anddo not place the set where the power cord is subject to wear or abuse.

Antennas

Outdoor Antenna Grounding

If an outdoor antenna is installed, follow the precautions below.

An outdoor antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can come in contact with such power lines or circuits.

WHEN INSTALLING AN OUTDOOR

CIRCUITS AS CONTACT

INVARIABLY FATAL.

ANTENNA

SYSTEM, EXTREME CARE SHOULD

FROM CONTACTING SUCH POWER

BE TAKEN

LINES OR

TO KEEP

WITH THEM IS ALMOST

Be sure the antenna sy:sstem is grounded protection against voltage surges so as to provide and built-up some static charges.

Section

810 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) in USA and

Section 54 of the Canadian Electrical Code in Canada provides information mast and supporting with respect to proper grounding structure, grounding of the lead-in of the wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding location of antenna discharge unit, connection electrodes, and requirements for the grounding conductors, to grounding electrode.

Antenna Grounding According to the NEC

Antenna Grounding

Code, ANSI/NFPA

Accol_ding to the National Electrical

70.

NEe.

_ATtONAL _LECTRIC COOL

ELECTRODE SyStEM

I_EC A_T_¢L_ 2_0 Pa_ H)

Lightning

For added protection for this television receiver during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplu disconnect the antenna.

This w_l it from prevent the wall damage outlet to the and receiver due to lightning and power-line surges.

Service

Damage Requiring Service

Unplug the set flx)m the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service pe_'sonnel under the following conditions: is

When the power cord or plug

orfrayS.

If liquid has been spilled into the set or ob ects have

fal en nto the product.

If

the

set

has been

rain or

water.

exposed to

If the set has been subject to excessive dropped, shock or the by bein cabinet _as been damaged.

If the set does not operate normall, y when following

the

instructions.

Adlust only those controls

that are specified in the operating instructions.

Improper adjustment of other, controls ma,y result.in

dama_e and

will often

requHe extensive work by a qualified technician

to restore the set to normal

operation.

When

the set exhibits

a distinct change

in

performance

--

this

indicates a need

for service.

Servicing

Do not attempt to service the set yourself since opening the cabinet may expose you in dangerous volta_g e or other hazards.

Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

Replacement Parts

W_t_P_ceI_eetn_rtcSan_cer_rtqi_i_ed" be writing that he has used replacement arts specified by the manufacturer

_ave the same characteristics as the original parts.

Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

Safety Check

that

Upon completion of any service or _epairs to the set, ask the service technician to perform routine safety checks (as specified by the manufacturer) to determine that the set is in safe operating condition, and to so certify..

When the set reaches the end of its useful life, improper disposal could result in a picture tube implosion.

Ask aLqualified service technician to dispose of the set.

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Contents

Introduction

Introducing the FD Trinitron WEGA ®Features .........................................................................

About this Manual ..........................................................................................................................

Batteries for the Remote Control ..................................................................................................

Front Panel Menu Controls ...........................................................................................................

Using the Remote Control

Remote Control Description ..........................................................................................................

Programming the Remote Control ...............................................................................................

Manufacturer's Codes ....................................................................................................................

3

5

6

Using your TV Remote Control with Other Equipment ...........................................................

7

Connecting

Your TV

TV Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................

Basic Connections .........................................................................................................................

Dynamic Bass System Connection (Subwoofer) ......................................................................

Connecting Additional Equipment ............................................................................................

Using Basic Functions

Setting Up the TV ..........................................................................................................................

Quick Start to the Menus .............................................................................................................

19

20

9

10

11

12

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Using the Menus

How to Access Menus ..................................................................................................................

23

Using the Video Menu ................................................................................................................

Picture Controls Menu (Video menu) ........................................................................................

Using the Audio Menu ...............................................................................................................

Options (Audio Menu) .................................................................................................................

Using the Channel Setup Menu ..................................................................................................

Using the Parental Control Menu ..............................................................................................

Parental Control ......................................................................................................................

United States: Selecting Custom Rating Options ...............................................................

33

Canada: Selecting Custom Rating Options .........................................................................

Using the Timer Menu ................................................................................................................

Using the Setup Menu .................................................................................................................

35

36

37

24

25

26

27

28

30

31

Other Information

Troubleshooting

Specifications

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39

43

Index ......................................................................................................................................................

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1

2

2

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Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of the Sony FD Trinitron WEGA ®.

Introducing the FD Trinitron WEGA®Features

Some of the features you will enjoy include:

FD Trinitron Flat CRT-- Delivers a picture with uncompromising outstanding image detail via a technologically advanced tube.

accuracy and

Dynamic Bass Response System -- Enhances low-frequency sounds with a powerful subwoofer.

New and exclusive from Sony.

Y, Ps0PRInputs -- Provides component video inputs for superior picture quality

(480i only).

WOW -- Provides a dramatic presence with a full, deep bass sound.

When WOW is enabled, BBE is directly activated to further enhance the audio performance.

BBE-- Gives sound more impact by using audio technology to compensate for phase effects in speakers.

Surround -- Simulates theater quality sound for stereo programs.

Parental Control (V-Chip) -- Helps parents monitor what their children watch on TV by establishing rating limits.

Favorite Channels -- Provides instant access to your favorite channels with the touch of a button.

Info Banner -- Displays the name and the remaining time of the current program, if available.

Universal Remote

Control -- Operates your connected cable box, VCR, digital satellite receiver, or DVD player.

Energy Star ® -- Meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.

Front Panel Controls -- Allows access to the on-screen menus without the use of a remote control.

Front AIV Inputs -- Lets you quickly connect video games, camcorders, or stereo/mono equipment.

Operating instructions

About this Manual

This manual provides instructions to help you enjoy your new TV. It shows you how to connect to an antenna or cable, cable box, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver, stereo system, or camcorden Once your TV is connected, follow the instructions and use the remote control to access the on-screen menus.

Batteries for the Remote Control

Insert two AA (R6) batteries (supplied) into the remote control using the following illustration as a guide.

Front Panel Menu Controls

The front Audio/Video panel controls allow you to access the menu without the remote control.

Ca Press M{)_to display the on-screen menu.

Ca Use the _) and _) buttons on the front Audio/Video control.

Ca panel instead of your remote

Use the (_) button on the front Audio/Video panel to navigate through the menus, then select an item. The front panel controls also allow you to change your channels (CH+/-), adjust the volume (VOL +/-), and change video inputs.

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Using the Remote Control

Remote Control Description

Button Description

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[__-i_.__{_[

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[].

[] __,_A

___

"_" "_

"--[_

.....

[]

SYSTEM OFF

_ to restore the sound.

Powers off all Sony equipment at once (may not

_york with older equipment).

_ TVNCR Press when you are finished using a VCR and you want to switch to the TV Antenna input.

Your VCR power will remain on.

-qli_

PicTdREM66E

_yci_ ihro_ghthe_v_ii_bie_ideoMode,4tiings

SLEEP

Turns the TV off auton_atically in approxinlately 15,

"-J_

[]

JUMP

45,Off60Orappears.90

Cancel by pressing until

Press to iun_p back and forih beiween two channeis

The TV alternates between current channel and the last channel that was selected.

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RESET

@

VOL (volume)

___

CODE SET

(Simulated, WOW, SRS, Off) (see page 26).

Press to return to factory setti_gs while in an on-

Press for a direct selection of Effect settings

Press when you want to adjust the volume.

screen menu.

connected video equipment (see page 5).

Use to program your remote control to operate

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equ!Pmen

! w!fll your remote con!rol. ............................

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VCR/DVD

(operating)

Operates VCR or DVD. Use when you want to operate off.

Press when you want you want to turn connected to control connected

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..................

J!o_,o o

Press once to show current time (if set) and channel number.

Press again t_ turn DISPLAY off.

....

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MTS/SAP and

ENTER

GUIDE

options: Stereo, Mono, and Auto SAP (Second

Audio Program).

Cycles through the Multi-Channel TV Sound (MTS) buttons !o select a channel, then press ENTER.

Brings up the custom guide of your satellite

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Operating instructions

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Button

_

[]

MENU

[]

CH (channel)

Description

Moves the cursor in tile on-screen menus.

Press the arrow buttons to move the cursor.

Press the center button to select or access an option.

Displays the on-screen menu. Press again to exit the menu at any time.

Press when you want to change channels.

Using the Remote Control

Programming the Remote Control

In order to use your remote control with other equipment, you need to program your remote control.

Use the following procedure to program the remote control.

1

Check the list of "Manufacturer's Codes" on page 6 and find the three-digit code number for the manufacturer of your component.

If more than one code number is listed, use the number listed first.

3

Press _ or "(_ button to indicate the type of component you want to program with the remote control.

4

6

Use the (_)-(_) buttons to enter the three-digit manufacturer's

_r_R

Press O" code number.

To check if the code number works, aim the TV's remote control at the component and press on the green POWER button (VCR/DVD, SAT/CABLE, TV) that corresponds with that component.

If it responds, you are done. If not try using another code listed for that manufacturer.

Operating instructions

I Manufacturer's Codes

Manufacturer Code

VCR$

...................................................

Manufacturer Code

Olympic

Optimus

Panasonic

Sony .................................................

Admirai

(M. Ward)

327 .........

......Pentax

Philco

Aiwa

Audio

338, 344

314, 337

Philips

Pioneer

309, 308

327

308, 309, 306,

307

305, 304

308, 309

308, 309, 310

308

Dynamic

Broksonic

Canon

...........

319, 317

309, 308

Quasar

RCA/

PROSCAN

308, 309, 306

304, 305, 308,

309, 311, 312,

313, 310, 329

Reaiistic 509_ 550_ 528_

Criterion ........................

.......................................................................

Curtis Mathes 304, 338, 309

335, 324, 338

Sansui 314

....................................................

Daewoo ............................................

Samsung

............................................

Sanyo

.......DBX

Dimensia

Emerson

314, 336, 337

304

319_ 320, 316_

Scoff

322, 313:321

330, 335

...........

312, 313, 321,

335, 323, 324,

325, 326

DVD Players

Manufacturer

Sony

Code

751

JgC .....................

756 .............

Magnavox ................................

Mit;u6isi4i _61

.....

Onkyo 762

0 ritr°n

Panasonic

759

753

Philips

Pioneer

RCA

Samsung

.........

Toshiba

Zenith

757

752

755

758

754

760

Cable Boxes

Manufacturer Code

I

Eunai

General

Electric

Go Video 3"_21336, 340 ..........

Sylvania

Goktstar .......................

i-Iitachi .......................3061504) 305)......

.....

Symphonic

338 Tashiro

jC l'enney

...........

JVC

Kenwood

338

......

3"_9, 304, 309

Signature 2000

(M. Ward)

SV2000

338, 327

338

308; 309; 338,

310

338

352

Jerrold/G.L/

Motorola

Oak

Panasonic

225, 226

201,202, 203,

204, 205, 206,

207, 208, 218

227, 228, 229

219, 220, 221

.............................Tatung

369; 305, 304, ....

330, 314, 336,

Teac

337

314, 336, 337,

345, 346, 347

3i4, 336, 352_

337

Technics.......

.............

Toshiba

314, 336, 337

3i4, 336; 338;

337

309, 308

312, 311

Pioneer 214, 215

Scientific 209, 210, 211

A!!an!a ........................

Tocom 216, 217

....

Wards................................

Satellite Receivers

331, 332

Manufacturer Code

LXI (Sears)

Magnavox

Marantz

Marta

Memorex

Minolta

Mitsub{shi/

MGA

Muititech

332, 305; 33(I,

335, 338

308, 509, 310

314, 336, 337

332

N)9, 335

305, 304

3;)3_ 324, 325,

326

3251 338, 32i

Yamaha

Zenith

314; 33(I; 336;

337

331

Laserdisc Players

Manufacturer

Sony

Panasonic

Pioneer

Code

701

704, 710

702

Soi_y ...........

E)IRECT T _]

E)ish _qetwork

Echostar

General

Electric

Hitachi

Hughes

Mitsubishi

Panasonic.....

805

804

809

803

80i

809

810

810

802

RCA/ 8O2, 808

806, 807

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Using the Remote Control

Using your TV Remote Control with Other Equipment

Operating a VCR

Press

1222

(_-(_

(_)Q

I1_

41_ or _

|1

• and I1_

To

Power on flxe VCR (VCR/DVD green button)

Select a channel

Change channels

Play video tape

Stop

Search forward or backward pause

Record

.....................

Switch between VCR and TV inputs

Operating a DVD Player

Press To

Power on the DVD (VCR/DVD green button)

_)-(_ Select chapters

_) _)

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Search chapters forward or backward

Play DVD

Stop

Pause

Display the DVD menu g_ the arrow buttons to move the cursor in the menu, and lhe center button to

Operating a Laser Disc Player

Press To

Power on file laser disc (VCR/DVD green button)

(_ _)

II

Search chapters forward or backward

Play disc

Stop

Pause

Operating instructions

I Operating a Satellite Receiver

Press To

sar__E Power on the satellite receiver (SAT/CABLE green button)

(_-(_) Select a channel

Challg e channels _

,lUMp

(_

D_

(ZZ)

(_

Qu_

M_U

Back to previous channel

Display channel number

Display SAT GUIDE

Display SAT Menu

U_ the arrow buttons to move the cursor in the menu, and the center button to

Operating a Cable Box

.....................

Press To

6AT/_Bt.E

C:D Power on the cable box (SAT/CABLE green button)

(_-(_) Select a channel

Chang e challnels _

,lUMp

(_ Change back to previous channel

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Connecting

Your TV

Read this section before setting up your TV for the first time. This section explains how to

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TV

Rear Panel

and how to comlect optional equipment.

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Jack

g Vi6E6

Description

Thisinpu_co_ec_s _oi_e g _i6E6 6UTiackonyour _R or

other video equipment that has S VIDEO. S VIDEO provides better picture quality than the VHF/UHF jacks or the video input jack. S VIDEO does not provide sound, so you still must connect the audio cables.

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AUDIO L(MONO), R/ This input connects to the AUDIO/VIDEO output jacks on your

VIDEO

VCR or other video equipment.

A third video input jack

(VIDEO 2) is located on the front panel of the TV. These

AUDIO/VIDEO input jacks provide better picture quality than the VHF/UHF jack.

[_

Y_ PB,

PWL(MONO), R

l_'ds input connects to the component video Y, PB, PR, and

AUDIO L(MONO), R jacks on your DVD player or digital settop box (480i only).

AUDIO OUT

(VAR/FIX)

L(MONO), R

This jack comlects to the Audio input jacks on your audio equipment.

You can listen to your TV's audio through your stereo system.

[_

Dynamic Bass

Response System

The Dynamic Bass Response System (subwoofer) accentuates the low frequencies for better overall sound.

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Operating instructions

Basic Connections

TV with Cable, Indoor, or Outdoor Antenna

Depending on the cable system available in your home, choose one of the cormections below:

A

VHF only 75-ohm or coaxial cable

VIIF/UHF or

Cable

_

,_

(Rear of IV)

VHF/UHF

Use this to copalect the TV to a cable system or an antenna with a 75-ohm cable

(usually built in to newer homes).

B VHF only 300-ohm lead or twin cable

(Rear of TV)

VHF/UHF

_i_

VHFIUHF Antenna connector "_

Converter EAC-25

(not supplied)

Use this to connect the TV to a dipole antenna, also known as a "rabbit ears antenna"

(usually found in older homes).

C

VHF and

UHF

75-ohm coaxial cable

___,_

(Rear of TV)

,_

,_

300-ohm lead

twin cable r_C-66 UN mixer

(not supplied)

This allows you to copalect your TV to both a cable system and a dipole antenna, in order to view both cable and local chapalels.

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Dynamic Bass System Connection (Subwoofer)

Connecting Your TV

Introduce the support bolt of the Dynamic Bass Response System into the guide located on top of the TV.

Dynamic Bass Response System

Bolt

2

Connect the Dynamic Bass Response System cables (supplied) to the indicated inputs of the TV rear panel.

Connect the gray cable to the SUBWOOFER @÷ (gray input).

Connect the black cable to the SUBWOOFER _(black input).

See illustration below.

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Subwoofer + (gray)

Subwoofer - (black)

3

Once installation is complete, plug the TV's AC powercord into the wall socket.

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Operating instructions

Connecting Additional Equipment

Connecting

a TV and VCR

Rear of TV

VCR

cable/antenna

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Optional connection

1

2

Connect the coaxial cable from your TV antenna or cable service to the IN jack on your

VCR.

Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on the TV.

Optional connection

Cl If your VCR is equipped with video outputs, you can get better picture quality by connecting audio/video cables (not supplied) from AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your VCR to

AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV.

Cl For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound, so you still must connect the audio cables.

Usingyour TV with this connection

This coralection allows you to do the following:

Cl Program your Sony remote control to operate your VCR (see page 5).

Cl To activate your remote, press _Z_ to operate your VCR. To do this, first program your remote control, then use the Charmel Fix feature to set your TV to channel 3 or 4 (see page 28).

Cl Press CZ) repeatedly to switch between VCR input (VIDEO input) and VHF/UHF

(local channels).

12

Connecting Your TV

TV and Cable Box

From cable/

_,m_

antenna L_

Cable box

IN

2

Rear of TV

1

Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service to the IN jack on your cable box.

2

Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your cable box to the

VHF/UHF jack on your TV.

Usingyour TV with this connection

This copalection allows you to do the following:

Program your Sony remote control to operate your cable box (see page 5).

To activate your remote press _ to operate your cable box and then use the (_)-(_ buttons or CH+/buttons to change the chapalels.

To do this, first program your remote control, then use the Channel Fix feature to set your TV to channel 3 or 4 (see page 28).

13

Operating Instructions

TV, VCR, and Cable Box

Rear of TV

14

3

VCR

°

Cable Box _

Audio L (white)

Audio R (red)

(,e,,ow)

4

1

_,_

From cable

_

1

2

3

4

Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service to the IN jack on your cable box.

Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your cable box to the IN jack on your VCR.

Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on the TV.

If your VCR is equipped with video outputs, you can get better picture quality by copalecting audio/video cables (not supplied) from AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your VCR to

AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV.

Optional connection

{3 For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow video cable• S VIDEO does not provide sound, so you still must connect the audio cables.

Usingyour TV with this connection

{3 Program your Sony remote control to operate your VCR or cable box (see page 5).

• _ 8AT_KE

{3 To actlvate your remote, press CZ3 to operate your VCR or CZ) to operate your cable box. To do this, first program your remote control, then use the Chamlel Fix feature to set your TV to channel 3 or 4 (see page 28).

{3 Press _ repeatedly to switch between VCR input (VIDEO input), VHF/UHF channels or unscrambled), or cable box (cable system or scrambled channels).

(local

Connecting Your TV

Connecting a TV and Satellite Receiver

From

cable/

antenna

Rear of TV

Satellite |

antenna

l

Satellite receiver

I _ _ _ I

_F/UHF

OUT

Video (yellow)

Audio L (white)

Audio R (red)

1

Connect the cable from your satellite antepala to SATELLITE IN on your satellite receiver.

2

Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service or antenna to the VHF/UHF jack on your TV.

3

Using audio/video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your satellite receiver to AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV.

Usingyour TV with this connection

This copalection allows you to do the following:

I Cl Program your Sony remote to operate your satellite receiver. See page 7 on how to operate other functions.

Cl Press _ repeatedly to switch to satellite receiver input (VIDEO input).

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Operating instructions

Connecting

a TV, VCR, and Satellite Receiver

1 4

From

cable/

antenna

Rear of TV

__

Satellite receiver

_

VCR 2 I

3 Audio L(white)

V deo

1

Connect the coaxial cable from your satellite antenna to SATELLITE IN on the satellite receiver.

2

3

4

Connect the coaxial cable from your cable service or antepala to the IN jack on your VCR.

Using a coaxial cable (not supplied), copalect the OUT jack on your VCR to the VHF/UHF jack on your TV.

Using audio/video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your satellite receiver to AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your VCR.

Using audio/video

AUDIO/VIDEO cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your VCR to

IN on your TV.

Usingyour TV with this connection

This copalection allows you to do the following:

Program your Sony remote control to operate your VCR or satellite receiver (see page 5).

Turn on your VCR to enable your satellite receiver to work with this connection.

To activate your remote, press CD to operate your VCR or _r_C_ to operate your satellite receiver.

Press _ repeatedly to switch between VCR input (VIDEO input), VHF/UHF

(local channels or unscrambled), or your cable box (cable system or scrambled channels).

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Connecting Your TV

Connecting a DVD Player

Using audio/video to AUDIO/VIDEO cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your DVD player

IN on your TV.

Rear of TV

Rear of DVD Player

_-_- ...............................

_ _ _

Audio E (white)

Video (yellow)

Optional connection

For better picture quality, use S VIDEO instead of the yellow video cable. S VIDEO does not provide sound, so you still must connect the audio cables.

If your DVD player is equipped with component video outputs (Y, PB,

PR), yOU can improve the picture quality by using component video cables (480i only).

_i_

Rear of TV

Rear of DVD Player

Ired)

blue)

teen)

R _io L (white)

_

Audio R (red)

1

Using component video cables (not supplied), copalect the Y, PB, PR OUT on your DVD player to Y,

PB,

PR IN on your TV.

2

Connect AUDIO OUT on your DVD player to AUDIO IN on your TV.

Using your TVwith this connection

This comlection allows you to do the following:

Program your Sony remote control to operate your DVD (see page 5).

V_I_OVD

To activate your remote, press CZD to operate your DVD.

Press _ repeatedly to switch to the DVD player's input (VIDEO input).

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Operating instructions

Connecting

a Camcorder

To connect your camcorder, you can use the Audio/Video inputs on either the front or rear panel of the

TV.Using the audio/video cables (not supplied), connect the AUDIO/VIDEO OUT on your camcorder to the AUDIO/VIDEO IN on your TV.

Front A/V Panel

R_Um_ L¢_c_ V_EO

A/V output

_/_-----Video

Audio R (red)

(yellow)

I

Connecting

Headphones

jack on the front Audio/Video panel. Headphone jack is STEREO.

Front A/V Panel

® @ @ @ @[email protected]®o®_

I

I

Connecting

an Audio

System

1

Using audio/video cables (not supplied), connect AUDIO OUT on your TV to one of the unused line inputs (e.g. TV,AUX, TAPE2) on your stereo.

2

Set the Speaker option to Off. For more instructions, see "Using the Audio Menu" on page 27.

3

Open the Audio Out option on the Audio Menu and select Fixed to control the volume through the connected audio system. For more instructions, see "Using the Audio Menu" on page 27.

Rear of

W

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Using Basic Functions

I Setting Up theTV

After you have finished connecting your TV, you can use Auto Program to set up your chapalels.

During Auto Program, the TV will automatically search for available channels and program receivable channels.

1

Press _ to turn on the TV. The Initial Setup screen appears.

2

OH

Press _ on the remote control or on the TV front panel to start Auto Program, or press

OH

@ to exit.

To perform Auto Programagain

1 Press.E.

2

Press _ to highlight Channel Setup menu.

]

Press _ to highlight Cable. Press C_ to select.

4

Press '_ or _ to highlight On or Off according to how you connected your TV. Press C_ to select.

Press _ to highlight Auto Program.

Press C_ to search for channels.

6

After Auto Program finishes, press _u to exit.

To reset the TVto factory settings

1

Turn the TV on.

2

Hold down _ on the remote control.

3

Press and release the POWER button on the TV front panel.

The TV will turn itself off, then back on.

RESET

4

Release c::D.

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I

Operating instructions

I Quick Start to the Menus

The following settings are available in your on-screen menus:

Menu Allows you to

Adjust your picture settings.

Change your audio settings.

Customize your channel settings.

2O

I

Menu Allows you to

Using Basic Functions

Set rating limits on your TV based on

Set the clock on your TV and program scheduled viewing using Timer I and

Timer 2.

Select captioning options, label video inputs, adjust tilt correction, select menu language, or run a demo of the menus.

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Using the Menus

This section shows the options available for setting up and adjusting the TV.

How to Access Menus

To AccessMenus

1

Press

_u

to display the on-screen menu.

2

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight the desired menu icon. Press _ to select it.

3

Use the _ or _ buttons to scroll up and down through the features.

4

Follow the instructions on the screen.

5

For instructions on using a specific menu, see the page in this section that talks about that menu.

6

Press _u to exit the menu.

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Operating instructions

I

Using the Video []

Menu

I Mode

Customized picture viewing

Use the _or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press CD to select it.

Vivid:

Standard:

Select for enhanced

Select for a standard picture picture.

contrast and sharpness.

Movie:

Sports:

Select for a finely detailed picture.

Select for a bright picture.

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I

Picture Controls Menu (Video menu)

Using the Menus

I

Picture:

Brightness:

Color:

Press ¢o to decrease the contrast.

Press _> to increase contrast.

Press <_ to darken the picture.

Press €> to brighten the picture.

Press <_ to decrease color saturation.

Press €> to increase color saturation.

Hue:

Sharpness:

Press <_ to increase the red tones. Press €> to increase

Press <_ to soften the picture.

Press _> to sharpen the green tones.

the picture.

Color Temp.

Use the _' or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then

White color tin t

press ClD to select it.

adjustment

Cool:

Gives the white colors a blue tint.

Neutral:

Warm:

Gives the white colors a neutral tint.

Gives the white colors a red tint.

Velocity

VM

Modulation

_' or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options:

High, Low, Off,

Sharpens picture definition to give objects a crisp, clean edge. Use the then press ¢3D to select it.

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Operating instructions

I Using the Audio Menu

Bass

Treble

Balance

Sound

Stabilizes

Effect

higher pitched sounds.

Press <Dto decrease the lower pitched sounds.

Press q>to increase the

Press <Dto decrease the higher pitched sounds. Press _ to increase the

Press <Dto emphasize the left speaker. Press _> to emphasize the right speaker.

select it.

On:

Select to stabilize the volume when changing channels.

Select to turn Steady Sound off.

then press _ to

Use the _' or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press C:D to select it.

Simulated:

Simulates stereo quality sound for mono programs.

WOW:

Provides a dramatic presence with a full, deep bass sound.

SRS:

Off:

When WOW is enabled, BBE is directly activated to further enhance the audio program.

Produces a dynamic three dimensional sound for stereo audio signals.

Normal stereo or mono reception.

26

Using the Menus

I Options (Audio Menu)

MTS

Multi-Channel

TV Sound

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press CE) to select it.

Stereo:

Select when viewing a broadcast in stereo.

Auto SAP:

Select to have the TV automatically to a Second Audio

Program (SAP) when a signal is received.

Mono:

Select to reduce noise in areas of poor reception.

Speaker

Custom

selection of

audio output source

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press _ to select it.

On: Select to listen to the sound from the TV speakers without a separate stereo system.

with or

Off:

Select to turn off the TV speakers and listen to the TV's sound only through external audio system speakers.

Audio Out

Use to control

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press _ to select it.

the TV's volume

Variable:

through a stereo

Fixed:

Adjust the volume through

Adjust the TV volume your TV.

through a connected stereo.

27

Operating Instructions

I Using the Channel Setup Menu

I

Favorite

Channels

Quick access

tofavorile channels

1

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight the position (1-8) where you want to set a favorite channel, then press

CD.

2

Use the '_ or _ buttons to find the charmel you want to add to your favorite channels.

3

Press _ to select the charmel.

The TV will automatically change to the selected channel.

4 Press _ to return to the Channel Setup menu or press _u to exit.

I

I Cable

Use the '_ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press

CD to select it.

Select if you are receiving cable charmels with a CATV cable.

I

I

I Channel Fix

Use the _ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press el3 to select it.

Channel Fix is not set.

all chamael selection through a cable box or VCR. Select the appropriate channel (usually 3 or 4) and use the cable box's or VCR's remote control for

Video 1 : channel selection.

video inputs when you have connected video equipment (e.g., a satellite receiver) and you want your

TV fixed to it.

28

Using the Menus

Auto Program

Channel

Skip/Add

Perform Auto Program whenever setting up your TV.

Auto Program will search for available channels and program receivable channels.

Use this feature after you run Auto Program to skip unwanted channels or add new ones.

1

Use the _ or ,9"buttons to highlight the position of the desired channel, then press C:D.

2

Use the '_ or ,9"buttons to highlight Skip or Add, then press CD.

3

Press <_ to return to the Channel Setup menu or press _u to exit.

Channel

Label

Label up to 40

channels with their call letters

1

Press CD, then use the '_ or ,9"buttons until you reach the desired channel number.

2

Press 12!Dto activate the channel.

3

Press ,9"to highlight

Label,

then press C:D. Use the '_ or ,9"buttons to display the first call letter or number of the label. Press CtD to select.

Repeat this process until you finish selecting all the call letters.

4 When finished, press _ to activate.

MENU

5

Press <_ to return to the Channel Setup menu or press czz to exit.

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Operating instructions

I

Using the Parental Control _

Menu

The Parental Control feature helps parents monitor what their children watch on television.

I

To use the Parent Menu

When you select the Parental Control menu, you are prompted to set a 4-digit password.

You cannot access the Parental Control menu settings without this password.

1

Use the _)-(_) buttons to enter a 4-digit password.

2

Confirm your password by entering it again.

3O

Parental Control

Setting the Rating

You can change the Rating by selecting one of the Lock options.

Using the Menus

1

Press _ to highlight Lock; then press CD.

If you are not familiar with Parental Guideline rating system, use one of the following preset categories to simplify the rating selection: Child, Youth, Young Adult.

2

Use the '_ or ,3' to highlight the desired rating and press CD.

Rating

Off

Child

Youth

Young Adult

Custom

TV will allow a maximum rating of

No rating limit

TV-Y, TV-G, G (U.S.), G, C (Canada)

TV-PG, PG (U.S.), 8 ans+ (Cmlada)

TV-14, PG-13 (U.S.), 14+ (Canada)

Select to set more restrictive ratings (see next section)

Changing your Password

1

Use the '_ or _ buttons to highlight

Change Password

and press CD.

2

Follow steps 1 and 2 for "Using the Parental Control Menu" on page 30.

Select a Country

I Select U.S.A. to use US ratings (see page 33-34) or select Canada to use Canadian ratings (see select will not be activated.

1

Press _ to highlight

Country,

then press CD.

2

Use the _ or _ to highlight the desired country and press _:3.

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Operating instructions

Information for Parents

To view a program that exceeds the TV rating

Ether

Press 0 , then use the _-_) buttons to enter your password.

Using the Custom Menu

Follow the instructions on the screen to make your custom settings.

Select the country desired for your TV's rating limit. See page 33 for U.S. models and page 35 for Canadian models for more information.

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Using the Menus

]

I

I

I

United States: Selecting Custom Rating Options

For the United States, the Custom Rating menu includes the following options: Movie Rating,

TV Rating and Unrated.

(For Canada, see page 35.)

Movie Rating

This system defines the rating levels of movies shown in theaters and on prime cable channels.

Rating

G

Defined as

General audience

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

X

Parental guidance

Adult audience suggested

Parents strongly cautioned

Restricted

No one 17 and under only admitted

TV Rating

The TV rating is divided into two groups: age-based and content-based.

Content

Age

TV-Y

TV-Y7

TV-G

TV-PG

TV-14

TV-MA

Defined as

All children

Directed to older children

General audience

Parental guidance suggested

Parents strongly cautioned

Mature audience only

Content

FV

S

V

D

L

Defined as

Fantasy violence

Suggestive dialogue

Strong language

Sexual situations

Vi0ience ....

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Operating instructions

Unrated

You have the option of blocking TV programs or movies that are not rated.

Allow

Block

Allows all unrated

Blocks all unrated programs programs

34

Using the Menus

Canada: Selecting Custom Rating Options

For Canada, the Custom Rating menu includes the following options: English Rating, French

Rating, and U.S.A. Rating.

I English Rating

These ratings are for Canadian programs that are broadcast in English.

Rating

C

Defined as

Children

C8+

G

PG

14+

18+

Children

Adult

8 years and older

General programming

Parental guidance

Viewers 14 and older programming

French Rating

These ratings are for Canadian programs that are broadcast in French.

Rating

G

8 ans+

13 ans+

16 ans+

18 ans+

Defined as

General

Not recommended for younger children

Not recommended for children under age 13

Not recommended for ages under 16

This program is restricted to adults

U.S.A. Rating

For programs from the United States, see "TV Rating" on page 33.

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Operating instructions

I Using theTimer

O Menu

Current Time

Set your TV to the current day and time. Press CtD to open the Current

Time menu:

1 Use the 4 or _ buttons to enter the correct day and time, then press GD.

2

Press _:_u to exit the menu.

Timer 1 and

Timer 2

Scheduled viewing

Use the timers to program your TV to turn on and off by day, time, duration, and charalel.

The timer duration is a maximum of six hours.

When the charalel is fixed, it is not necessary to set the channel.

1 Use the _ or '9"buttons to highlight Timer 1 or Timer 2, then press GD.

2

Use the _ or _ buttons to enter the desired day, start time, duration, and channel, then press CZ). The timer status should be On when the

Timer has been set, and the timer light on the front panel of the TV should be on.

3

Press _u to exit the menu.

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Using the Menus

I Using the Setup Menu

Caption

Vision

Closed-

Captioning

Video Label

Label connected equipment

Allows you to select from three closed caption modes for programs that are broadcast with closed captioning.

Use the '_ or _ buttons to highlight one of the following options, then press to select it.

Off:

Caption Vision is not activated.

CC1, 2, 3, 4: Displays printed dialogue and sound effects of a program.

Text1, 2, 3, 4: Displays network/station

XDS:

Displays information.

the name of the current program and its remaining time (if available) when you change the channel or press the

DISPLAY button.

Allows you to identify the video components connected to the TV: VCR,

DVD, etc. When you press TV/VIDEO to switch inputs, the Video Label appears on-screen.

1

Press the '_ or _ buttons to highlight the input you want to label and press

CD.

2

Press the '_ or _ buttons to highlight a label and press CE).

3

Press <_ to return to the Setup menu or press _u to exit.

Tilt

Correction

Language

Demo

Use the '_ or _ buttons to set the tilt of the picture from -5 to +5, then press

_

to activate.

Display all menus in the language of your choice.

Use the '_ or _ buttons to select from one of the following options:

English,

Espafiol

(Spanish) and Fran(_ais (French).

Then press ¢Z).

Press _ to run a demonstration of the on-screen menus.

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Operating instructions

Remote Control

Problem Possible Remedies

I cannot operate the

_

Press TV (FUNCTION) when operating your TV.

remote control

_

Check the orientation of the batteries.

Batteries could be weak. Replace them (page 2).

Move the TV three to four feet away from fluorescent lights.

I cannot change channels with the remote control

I lost the remote control

_

Make sure you have not inadvertently the chamlel change channels.

switched

3 or 4 setting if you are using another your TV from device to

If you are using another device to control chamlels, be sure that you have pressed the FUNCTION button for that device.

For example, if you are using your VCR to control channels, be sure to press the VCR/DVD FUNCTION button (page 3).

_

You can use the front panel controls to access your menus, change channels, adjust the volume, or change video inputs

(page 2). Contact your nearest Sony Dealer to order a replacement, please call our Sony Direct Accessory and Part

Center at 1-800-488-7669 (U.S. residents only).

I Programming The Remote Control

Problem

More than one code is listed

I entered the wrong code number

I cannot operate a component with the remote control

Possible Remedies

_

Try entering them one by one until you come to the correct code for your component.

_ If you enter a new code number, the code number you previously entered at that setting is erased.

_a Use the component's own remote control.

When I changed the

_

You must reprogram the remote control (page 5).

batteries, the code numbers changed back to the factory se_ings

4O

Other Information

Video

Problem

No picture, no sound

Poor or no picture, good sound

NO color

Only snow appears

on the screen

Dotted lines or stripes

Possible Remedies

_

Make sure the power cord is plugged in.

_ If a red light is flashing on the front of your TV for more than a few minutes, disconnect and reconnect the power cord. If the problem continues, call your local service center.

Check the TV/VIDEO setting: when watching TV, set it to TV; when watching video equipment, set it to VIDEO 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5

(page 3).

Make sure you have inserted the batteries correctly into the remote control (page 2).

Try another chapalel to rule out station trouble.

I_

Adjust the

Picture

setting in the Video menu (page 24).

_

Adjust the

Brightness

setting in the Video menu (page 25).

Check the antenna and/or cable connections (page 10).

_

Adjust the

Color

setting in the Video menu (page 24).

la Check the Cable setting in the Channel Setup menu (page 28).

_

Check the antenna and/or cable connections (page 10).

Make sure the chapalel selected is currently broadcasting.

_

Adjust the antenna.

_

Move the TV away from other electronic equipment.

Some electronic equipment creates electrical noise, which can interfere with TV reception.

_

Check your outdoor antenna or call your cable service.

Double images or ghosts

Audio

Problem

Good picture, no sound

Possible Remedies

MU/1N(_

_

Press C) so that Muting disappears from the screen (page 3).

_

Check your Audio settings.

Your TV may be set to Auto SAP in the MTS feature (page 27).

Make sure the speaker option is set to On in the Audio Menu.

VOL

.

Press [_ to adjust your TV s volume.

I

Dynamic Bass Response System (Subwoofer)

Problem Possible Remedies

No sound

_ Check the SUBWOOFER +/- inputs on the rear panel of the TV to make sure the cables are copalected correctly (see page 11).

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Operating instructions

Channels

Problem Possible Remedies

I cannot receive higher number

_

Make sure

Cable

is set to Off in the Chamlel Setup menu

(page 28).

channels (UHF) when

_

Perform Auto Program to add chapalels that are not presently in

using an antenna

the memory (page 19).

Cable stations don't seem to work

I cannot

but TV

get anything

Ct Make sure Cable is set to On in the Chapalel Setup menu

(page 28).

Perform Auto Program to add chapalels that are not presently in the memory (page 19).

_ Be sure that you did not set the video in the Setup menu

(page 37) to skip your video inputs.

If a video input has been set to Skip, it will be skipped when you press the TV/VIDEO button.

Contacting Sony

Before calling our Customer Information Services Center, reset the TV to factory settings (see page 21). Please have your TV serial number ready. The number is located on the rear of your TV and on the front cover of this manual.

Our Customer Information Services Center phone number is 1-800_222-SONY (7669) (US residents only) or (416) 499_

SONY (7669) (Canadian residents only).

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Other Information

I Specifications

Television system American TV standard/NTSC

€l}anne!

c°verag e ..........................

VHFI 2_13/UHF: 14769/CAT_I 1 125 ...................................................................................................

Antenna 75-ohm external antenna terminal for VHF/UHF

Picture tube FD Trinitron ® tube

Power requirements

Supplied accessories

Inputs/outputs

....

Optional accessories

120V, 60 Hz

Size AA (R6) batteries (2)

Remote Control RM-Y180 (1)

Inputs 1 video, 1 audio (front)

1 video, 1 audio (rear)

1 S VIDEO

1 RF

1 Y, PB, PR, 1 audio

1 headphone iack

Connecting cables VMC-810S/820S,

YC-YCq5V/30V, RK74A

EAC-66U/V mixer

Outputs

1 AUDIO OUT

1 Dynamic Bass Respon_

System (Subwoofer)

..............................................................................................

VMC-720M,

KV-20FA210

Screen size Visible screen size: 507 mm (20 inches) measured diagonally

Actual screen size: 533.4 mm (21 !nches) measured diagonally

Speaker outpu _....

6 W x 2 ............

Dynamic Bass Response System 14 W

Power consumption

Dimensions (W/H/D)

Mass

145 W in use 1 W in standby

609 x 488 x 503 mm (24 x 191/4 x 20 inches)

29 kg (63 lbs. 9.3 oz)

Design and specifications

are subject to change without notice.

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I

I Index

A

Auto Program 19, 29

B

Balance 26

Bass 26

Batteries

Inserting in remote 2

Replacing 2

C

Cable 28

Cable Box

Connections 13

Operating 8

Caption Vision 37

Channel Fix 28

Channel Label 29

Channel Skip/Add 29

CODE SET button

Definition 3

Operating 5

Connections

Cable and antenna 10

Connecting a Camcorder 18

Connecting a DVD Player 17

Connecting an Audio System 18

Connecting Headphone 18

TV and Cable Box 13

TV and Satellite Receiver 15

TV and VCR 12

TV, Satellite Receiver and VCR 16

Current Time 36

D

Demo 37

DISPLAY 3

Dynamic Bass Response System

Connection 11

Definition I

E

Effect

Off 26

Simulated

26

SRS 26

WOW 26

F

Favorite Channels 28

Front Panel 2

L

I

M

Language 37

Menus

Audio 26

Channel Setup 28

Parental Control

30

Picture Controls 25

Setup 37

Timer 36

Mode

Video 24

Movie 24

Sports 24

Standard 24

Vivid 24

P

Parental Control 31

R

Ratings

English Rating 35

French Rating 35

Movie Rating 33

TV Rating 33

U.S.A. Rating 35

Unrated 34

Rear Panel 9

Remote Control

Description 3

Programming 5

Reset 19, 39

S

Setting the Rating 35

SLEEP 3

Specifications 43

Steady Sound 26

¥

Tilt Correction 37

Timer I and Timer 2 36

Treble 26

Troubleshooting

TV Features I

39

V

Video Label 37

45

Sony Corporation Printed in U.S.A.

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