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Operating Instructions

BDV-T10 / T11 / E300

BD/DVD Home Theatre System

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To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.

Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.

To reduce the risk of fire, do not cover the ventilation opening of the apparatus with newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. Do not place the naked flame sources such as lighted candles on the apparatus.

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing, and do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.

Do not expose batteries or apparatus with battery- installed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.

To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the installation instructions.

Indoor use only.

CAUTION The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this BD/ DVD Home Theatre System is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet.

Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

This label is located on the laser protective housing inside the enclosure.

This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. This marking is located on the rear exterior.

Precautions

On power sources The unit is not disconnected from the mains as long

as it is connected to the AC outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off.

As the main plug is used to disconnect the unit from the mains, connect the unit to an easily accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an abnormality in the unit, disconnect the main plug from the AC outlet immediately.

For the customers in the U.S.A.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Owners Record The model and serial numbers are located at the rear exterior of the control unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product.

Model No. BDV-T10/BDV-T11/BDV-E300

Serial No.______________

The following FCC statement applies only to the version of this model manufactured for sale in the USA. Other versions may not comply with FCC technical regulations.

NOTE:

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna (aerial).

WARNING

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

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

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

CAUTION You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

Important Safety Instructions 1) Read these instructions.

2) Keep these instructions.

3) Heed all warnings.

4) Follow all instructions.

5) Do not use this apparatus near water.

6) Clean only with dry cloth.

7) Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or

plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered mark.

As an ENERGY STAR partner, Sony Corporation has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

Copyrights and Trademarks This product incorporates copyright protection

technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

This system incorporates with Dolby* Digital and Dolby Pro Logic (II) adaptive matrix surround decoder and the DTS** Digital Surround System.

* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

**Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,392,195; 7,272,567; 7,333,929; 7,212,872 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio | Essential are trademarks of DTS, Inc. 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

This system incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMITM) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.

Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.

BD-Live and BonusView are trademarks of Blu- ray Disc Association.

Blu-ray Disc is a trademark.

Blu-ray Disc, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD VIDEO, and CD logos are trademarks.

BRAVIA is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

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AVCHD and the AVCHD logo are trademarks of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and Sony Corporation.

S-AIR and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

, XMB, and xross media bar are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

PLAYSTATION is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

x.v.Color and x.v.Color logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

PhotoTV HD and the PhotoTV HD logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

Other system and product names are generally trademarks or registered trademarks of the manufacturers. and marks are not indicated in this document.

About These Operating Instructions The instructions in these Operating

Instructions describe the controls on the remote. You can also use the controls on the unit if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote.

Icons, such as , listed at the top of each explanation indicate what kind of disc can be used with the function being explained. For details, see Playable Discs (page 96).

In this manual, disc is used as a general reference for the BDs, DVDs, or CDs unless otherwise specified by the text or illustrations.

The instructions in this manual are for BDV- T10, BDV-T11, and BDV-E300. BDV-T10 is the model used for illustration purposes. Any difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example, BDV-T10.

The Control Menu items may vary depending on the area.

The default setting is underlined.

About the S-AIR function The system is compatible with the S-AIR function, which allows transmission of sound between S-AIR products wirelessly. The following S-AIR products can be used with the system:

Surround amplifier: You can enjoy surround speaker sound wirelessly.

Surround back amplifier: You can enjoy surround back speaker sound wirelessly.

S-AIR receiver: You can enjoy system sound in another room.

The S-AIR products can be purchased as options (the S-AIR product lineup differs depending on the area).

Notes or instructions for the surround amplifier, surround back amplifier, or S-AIR receiver in these Operating Instructions refer only to when the surround amplifier, surround back amplifier, or S-AIR receiver is used. For details on the S-AIR function, see Using an S-AIR Product (page 56).

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Table of Contents About These Operating Instructions .......4 About the S-AIR function.......................5 Unpacking ...............................................7 Index to Parts and Control .................... 11

Getting Started Step 1: Installing the System.......16 Step 2: Connecting the System...20 Step 3: Performing the Easy

Setup ........................................29 Step 4: Selecting the Source .......32 Step 5: Enjoying Surround

Sound .......................................33

Playback Playing a BD/DVD ............................... 36 Enjoying BonusView/BD-Live.............43 Playing a CD......................................... 44 Playing Photo Files ............................... 45

Sound Adjustment Selecting the Effect to Suit

the Source ....................................... 47 Selecting the Audio Format, Multilingual

Tracks, or Channel.......................... 48 Enjoying Multiplex Broadcast

Sound ..............................................49 Using the Sound Effect ......................... 49

Tuner Listening to the Radio........................... 51

External Audio Device Using the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT

Adapter ........................................... 55 Using an S-AIR Product ....................... 56

Other Operations Using the Control for HDMI Function for

BRAVIA Sync ............................63 Calibrating the Appropriate Settings

Automatically ................................. 66 Setting the Speakers.............................. 67 Controlling Your TV with the Supplied

Remote............................................ 69 Using the Sleep Timer .......................... 71

Changing the Brightness of the Front Panel Display.................................. 71

Deactivating the Buttons on the Unit ... 72 About the demonstration ...................... 72 Saving Power in Standby Mode ........... 73

Settings and Adjustments Using the Setup Display ....................... 74 [Network Update] ................................. 75 [Video Settings].................................... 76 [Audio Settings].................................... 78 [BD/DVD Viewing Settings] ............... 80 [Photo Settings] .................................... 82 [HDMI Settings] ................................... 82 [System Settings].................................. 83 [Network Settings]................................ 84 [Easy Setup].......................................... 85 [Resetting] ............................................ 86

Additional Information Precautions ........................................... 87 Notes about the Discs ........................... 88 Troubleshooting.................................... 89 Self-diagnosis Function ........................ 95 Playable Discs ...................................... 96 Supported Audio Formats..................... 98 Video Output Resolution ...................... 99 Specifications ..................................... 100 Language Code List............................ 102 Terms and Conditions of Use and End

User License Agreement .............. 103 Software License Information ............ 105 Glossary .............................................. 114 Index ................................................... 117

Unpacking BDV-T10

Front speakers (2)

Surround speakers (2)

Center speaker (1)

Subwoofer (1)

AM loop antenna (aerial) (1)

FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)

Speaker cords (5, white/red/ blue/gray/green)

Video cord (1)

Remote commander (remote) (1)

R6 (size AA) batteries (2)

Calibration mic (1)

Foot pads (1 set)

Operating Instructions Speaker and TV Connections

guide Setup Disc (DVD) DIGITAL MEDIA PORT

adapter (TDM-iP20) (1)

Operating Instructions for the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter (TDM-iP20)

or

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BDV-T11

Front speakers (2)

Surround speakers (2)

Center speaker (1)

Subwoofer (1)

AM loop antenna (aerial) (1)

FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)

Speaker cords (5, white/red/ blue/gray/green)

Video cord (1)

Remote commander (remote) (1)

R6 (size AA) batteries (2)

Calibration mic (1)

Foot pads (1 set)

Operating Instructions Speaker and TV Connections

guide Setup Disc (DVD) DIGITAL MEDIA PORT

adapter (TDM-iP20) (1)

Operating Instructions for the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter (TDM-iP20)

HDMI cable (1)

or

BDV-E300

Front speakers (2)

Surround speakers (2)

Center speaker (1)

Subwoofer (1)

AM loop antenna (aerial) (1)

FM wire antenna (aerial) (1)

Speaker cords (6, white/red/ blue/gray/green/purple)

Video cord (1)

Remote commander (remote) (1)

R6 (size AA) batteries (2)

Calibration mic (1)

Foot pads (1 set)

Operating Instructions Speaker and TV Connections

guide Setup Disc (DVD) DIGITAL MEDIA PORT

adapter (TDM-iP20) (1)

Operating Instructions for the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter (TDM-iP20)

or

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Inserting batteries into the remote Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries (supplied) by matching the 3 and # ends on the batteries to the markings inside the compartment.

Note

Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place.

Do not use a new battery with an old one.

Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries.

If you do not intend to use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.

Attach the foot pads (supplied) to the bottom of the subwoofer to stabilize the subwoofer and prevent it from slipping.

Using the remote

Attaching the foot pads to the subwoofer

,

Remove the foot pads from the protective cover.

Index to Parts and Control For more information, refer to the pages indicated in parentheses.

Number 5, FAVORITES/AUDIO, CH +, and N buttons have a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a reference when operating the remote.

: For system operations : For TV operations

(For details, see Controlling Your TV with the Supplied Remote (page 69).)

A THEATER (page 64) Switches to the optimum video mode for watching movies automatically.

ONE-TOUCH PLAY (pages 36, 64)

By only pressing the button, the TV turns on, the TV is set for BD/DVD input selector, and the system starts playing a disc automatically.

TV "/1 (on/standby) (page 69) Turns on the TV or sets it to standby mode.

"/1 (on/standby) (pages 28, 29, 36, 51)

Turns on the system or sets it to standby mode.

B S-AIR MODE (page 58) Selects playback mode for the S-AIR receiver.

NIGHT (page 50) Activates the night mode function.

DYNAMIC BASS (page 49) Reinforces bass frequencies.

TV (page 69) Changes to the TV operation mode for the remote.

C Number buttons (pages 36, 52, 69)

Enters the title/chapter numbers, radio frequencies, etc.

CLEAR (pages 40, 53) Clears the entry field.

TIME (page 41) Displays the elapsed/remaining playback time in the front panel display.

(page 69) Inputs . (dot) when inputting numerics.

ENTER (page 69) Enters the selected item.

D AUDIO (pages 48, 49) Selects the audio format/track.

SUBTITLE (page 38) Selects the subtitle language when multi- lingual subtitles are recorded on a BD- ROM/DVD VIDEO.

D.TUNING (page 53) Selects the radio frequencies.

Remote control

321

654

987

0

THEATER

NIGHT S-AIR MODE

DYNAMIC BASS TV

ENTER

FAVORITES AUDIO

CC SUBTITLE

D.TUNING

FUNCTION SOUND MODE

RED GREEN BLUE YELLOW

WIDE ANGLE

SYSTEM MENU

CLEAR TIME

TV ONE-TOUCH

PLAY

BRAVIA Sync

R ETURN OPTI

O N

S

HOME

REPLAY ADVANCEPRESET PRESET

TUNING

SCENE SEARCH

TV INPUT

DISPLAY

MUTING

VOLUME CH

TUNING

TO O

LS

TO P

MEN

U POP UP/MENU DISPLAY

G UI

DE

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

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ANGLE (page 38) Switches to other viewing angles when multi-angles are recorded on a BD-ROM/ DVD VIDEO.

SYSTEM MENU (pages 33, 42, 49, 53, 56, 71) Enters the system menu.

FAVORITES (page 69) Displays the favorite channel list.

CC (page 69) Displays closed captioning (when available).

WIDE (page 69) Changes the aspect ratio of the connected TV.

E Color buttons (RED/GREEN/BLUE/ YELLOW) (page 84) Short cut keys for selecting items on some BDs menus (can also be used for BDs Java interactive operations).

F TOP MENU (page 39) Opens or closes the BDs or DVDs Top Menu.

DISPLAY (page 41) Displays the playback information on the TV screen.

POP UP/MENU (page 39) Opens or closes the BD-ROMs Pop-up Menu, or the DVDs menu.

OPTIONS (pages 36, 44, 45, 51) Displays the options menu on the TV screen.

HOME (pages 29, 36, 44, 45, 51, 66, 74)

Enters or exits the systems home menu.

RETURN (pages 69, 84) Returns to the previous display.

C/X/x/c Moves the highlight to a displayed item.

(ENTER) Enters the selected item.

GUIDE (page 69) Displays the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).

TOOLS (page 69) Displays the operation menu for the current display.

G FUNCTION (pages 32, 36, 44, 45, 51, 55)

Selects the playback source.

SOUND MODE (page 47) Selects the sound mode.

H Playback operation buttons See Playback (page 36).

./> (previous/next)

REPLAY/ADVANCE

m/M (fast reverse/fast forward)

N (play)

X (pause)

x (stop)

Radio operation buttons See Tuner (page 51).

PRESET +/

TUNING +/

I MUTING (pages 36, 44, 69)

Turns off the sound temporarily.

VOLUME +/ (pages 36, 69)

Adjusts the volume.

CH +/ (page 69) Selects the channels up and down.

TV INPUT (page 69) Switches the TVs input source between the TV and other input sources.

DISPLAY (page 51) Changes the radio information in the front panel display between radio frequency and station name.

DISPLAY (page 69) Displays the informations.

J SCENE SEARCH (page 40) Switches to Scene Search mode that lets you move quickly between scenes within the title currently being played back.

A "/1 (on/standby) (page 36)

Turns on the unit, or sets to standby mode.

B Play operation buttons (page 36)

N (play) Starts or re-starts playback. Plays a slideshow when a disc containing JPEG image files is inserted.

x (stop) Stops playback and remembers the stop point (resume point). The resume point for a title/track is the last point you played or the last photo for a photo folder.

FUNCTION Selects the playback source.

VOLUME +/ Adjusts the systems volume.

Z (open/close) Opens or closes the disc tray.

C S-AIR indicator Lights up when the S-AIR transceiver is inserted in the unit and the system transmits sound.

D VIRTUAL 7.1CH indicator (page 33) Lights up while virtual 7.1ch decoding is activated.

E Power indicator Lights up while the system is turned on.

F Front panel display

G Disc tray (page 36)

H (remote sensor)

Front panel

FUNCTION VOLUME

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About the indications in the front panel display

A Current surround format

B Lights up when a station is received. (Radio only) (page 51)

C Lights up when stereo sound is received. (Radio only) (page 51)

D Lights up when the external memory is recognized. (page 26)

E Lights up when the HDMI OUT jack is correctly connected to an HDCP (High- bandwidth Digital Content Protection)- compliant device with HDMI or DVI (Digital Visual Interface) input.

F Lights up when outputting 720p/1080i/ 1080p video signals from the HDMI OUT jack or 720p/1080i video signals from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks.

G Lights up when outputting 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals.

H Lights up when the night mode is on. (page 50)

I Lights up when the DYNAMIC BASS function is on. (page 49)

J Displays systems status such as chapter, title, or track number, time information, radio frequency, playing status, decoding mode, etc.

K Lights up when the system is accessing the network.

L Displays systems playing status.

M Flashes when the sleep timer is set. (page 71)

Front panel display

PL SLEEP

NEO:6 TUNED ST EXT HD NIGHT BASS24Px HDMI

A LAN (100) terminal (page 27)

B COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks (page 21)

C VIDEO OUT jack (page 21)

D EZW-T100 slot (page 56)

E AM terminal (page 25)

F COAXIAL 75 FM jack (page 25)

G A.CAL MIC jack (pages 29, 66)

H AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 23)

I TV (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks (page 22)

J EXT slot (page 26)

K TV (DIGITAL IN OPTICAL) jack (page 22)

L SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN COAXIAL) jack (page 23)

M DMPORT (DIGITAL MEDIA PORT) jack (page 23)

N HDMI OUT jack (page 21)

O SPEAKER jacks (page 20)

* CAUTION Please do not remove the screws unless you are installing the EZW-T100.

Rear panel

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN DMPORT

HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB PR / CR FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR RCENTER SUBWOOFER

EXTLAN(100)

DC5V 700mA MAX

TVTV

DIGITAL IN

SAT/CABLE

EZW-T100

DC5V 500mA MAX

FRONT R SUR L

SPEAKER

Screws*

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Step 1: Installing the System

For the best possible surround sound, place all speakers at the same distance from the listening position (A). The distance can be between 0 to 23 feet (0.0 to 7.0 meters). If you cannot place the center speaker and surround speakers at the same distance as (A), place them within 23 feet (7.0 meters) of the listening position. Place the surround speakers to the rear of the listening position (B). The subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room.

Note

Use caution when placing the speakers and/or speaker stands attached to the speakers on a specially treated (waxed, oiled, polished, etc.) floor, as staining or discoloration may result.

Do not lean or hang on a speaker, as it may fall down.

Getting Started

Positioning the speakers

A A

A

AAB B45

30 30

45

Front left speaker (L) Front right speaker (R)

Center speakerSubwoofer

Surround right speaker (R)Surround left speaker (L)

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To add the optional surround back speakers You can enjoy 7.1 surround sound by purchasing the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional). The optional product lineup differs depending on the area.

For the position of the surround back speakers, refer the illustration below (C).

45 45 30 30

C C

Front left speaker (L) Front right speaker (R)

Center speakerSubwoofer

Surround back right speaker (R) (optional)

Surround back left speaker (L) (optional)

Surround left speaker (L)

Surround right speaker (R)

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Caution Contact a screw shop or installer regarding the wall material or screws to be used.

Use screws that are suitable for the wall material and strength. As a plaster board wall is especially fragile, attach the screws securely to a beam and fasten them to the wall. Install the speakers on a vertical and flat wall where reinforcement is applied.

Sony is not responsible for accidents or damage caused by improper installation, insufficient wall strength or improper screw installation, natural calamity, etc.

To install the speakers on a wall Before installing the speakers on a wall, connect the speaker cord to the speaker. Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #.

1 Prepare screws (not supplied) that are suitable for the hole on the back of each speaker. See the illustrations below.

Installing the speakers on a wall

Color tube Front left speaker (L): White Front right speaker (R): Red Center speaker: Green Surround left speaker (L): Blue Surround right speaker (R): Gray

30 mm (1 3/16 inches)

4 mm (5/32 inch) Hole on the back of the speaker5 mm

(7/32 inch)

10 mm (13/32 inch)

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2 Fasten the screws to the wall.

3 Hang the speakers on the screws.

8 to 10 mm (11/32 to 13/32 inch)

160 mm (6 3/8 inches)

For the center speaker

For the other speakers

8 to 10 mm (11/32 to 13/32 inch)

BDV-T10/BDV-T11

8 to 10 mm (11/32 to 13/32 inch)

219 mm (8 5/8 inches)

For the center speaker

For the other speakers

8 to 10 mm (11/32 to 13/32 inch)

BDV-E300

5 mm (7/32 inch)

10 mm (13/32 inch)

Hole on the back of the speaker

Rear of the speaker

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Step 2: Connecting the System For connecting the system, read the information on the following pages. Do not connect the AC power cord (mains lead) of the unit to a wall outlet (mains) until all the other connections are made.

Note

When you connect another component with a volume control, turn down the volume of the other components to a level where sound is not distorted.

The connector of the speaker cords and the color tube are color-coded depending on the type of speaker. Connect the speaker cords to match the color of the SPEAKER jacks of the unit. Be sure to match the speaker cords to the appropriate terminals on the speakers: the speaker cord with the color tube to 3, and the speaker cord without the color tube to #. Do not catch the speaker cord insulation (rubber covering) in the speaker terminals.

To connect speaker cords to the unit When connecting to the unit, insert the connector until it clicks.

To connect speaker cords to the speaker

Connecting the speakers

EZW-T100

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

DMPORT HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB

PR / CR

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR R

CENTER SUBWOOFER

EXT

DC5V 700mA MAX

TV

TV

DIGITAL INSAT/CABLE DC5V

500mA MAX

SPEAKER

FRONT R

SUR L

LAN(100)

Green (Center speaker)

Purple (Subwoofer)

White (Front left speaker (L))

Red (Front right speaker (R))

Gray (Surround right speaker (R))

Blue (Surround left speaker (L))

Rear panel of the unit

Color tube (+)

()Connector

Rear of the speaker

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This connection sends a video signal to the TV. Depending on the jacks on your TV, select the connection method.

* The HDMI cable is supplied with BDV-T11 only.

Method 1: Video cord (A) connection This is the basic connection.

Method 2: HDMI* cable (B) and video cord (A) connection If your TV has an HDMI jack, connect to the TV both with an HDMI cable and video cord. Picture quality will be improved compared to using only the video cord connection. When connecting with the HDMI cable, you need to select the type of output signal (pages 29, 77). To view images from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you need to connect to the TV with the video cord. Video signals from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter are not output via the HDMI OUT jack. * HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)

Method 3: Component video cable (C) and video cord (A) connection If your TV does not have an HDMI jack, but has component video input jacks, connect to the TV both with a component video cable and video cord. Picture quality will be improved compared to using only the video cord connection. When connecting with the component video cable, you need to select the type of output signal (pages 29, 77). To view images from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you need to connect to the TV with the video cord. Video signals from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter are not output via the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack.

Connecting the TV (Video connection)

EZW-T100

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

DMPORT HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB

PR / CR

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR R

CENTER SUBWOOFER

EXT

DC5V 700mA MAX

TV

TV

DIGITAL INSAT/CABLE DC5V

500mA MAX

SPEAKER

FRONT R

SUR L

LAN(100)

To the HDMI IN jack of the TV.

To the video input jack of the TV.

A Video cord (supplied)

B HDMI cable*

To the component video input jacks of the TV.

C Component video cable (not supplied)

Rear panel of the unit

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This connection sends an audio signal to the unit from the TV. To listen to TV sound via the system, perform this connection.

Method 1: Audio cord (D) connection This is the basic connection and sends an analog audio signal.

Method 2: Digital optical cord (E) connection When the TV has a digital optical output jack, you can improve sound quality by connecting with a digital optical cord in addition to an audio cord connection. With a digital audio connection, the system receives a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast signal and you can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound.

Note

The system can accept both digital and analog signals. Digital signals have priority over analog signals. If the digital signal ceases, the analog signal will be processed after 2 seconds.

Connecting the TV (Audio connection)

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ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

DMPORT HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB

PR / CR

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR R

CENTER SUBWOOFER

EXT

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TV

TV

DIGITAL INSAT/CABLE DC5V

500mA MAX

SPEAKER

FRONT R

SUR L

LAN(100)

To the digital optical out jack of the TV.

To the audio out jacks of the TV.

D Audio cord (not supplied)

E Digital optical cord (not supplied)

Rear panel of the unit

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You can enjoy connected components via the systems speakers. DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter: F (TDM-iP20 is supplied. You can also use other DIGITAL

MEDIA PORT adapters.) VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, or portable audio source, etc. (not supplied): G VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc. (not supplied) which has a digital coaxial output jack: H

Note

Connect the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter so that the V marks are aligned. When disconnecting, pull out while pressing .

Wireless system options By using an S-AIR product (not supplied), you can enjoy wireless performance by transmission from the system. For details, see Using an S-AIR Product (page 56) or refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR product.

Connecting the other components

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ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

DMPORT HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB

PR / CR

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR R

CENTER SUBWOOFER

EXT

DC5V 700mA MAX

TV

TV

DIGITAL INSAT/CABLE DC5V

500mA MAX

SPEAKER

FRONT R

SUR L

LAN(100)

F DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter (page 55)

To the audio out jacks of the VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, or portable audio source, etc.

G Audio cord (not supplied)

To the digital coaxial out jack of the VCR or digital satellite receiver, etc.

H Digital coaxial cord (not supplied)

Rear panel of the unit EZW-T100 slot (See Wireless system options.)

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If your TV has multiple audio/video inputs You can enjoy sound with the speakers of the system through the connected TV. Connect the components as follows.

Select the component on the TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV. If the TV does not have multiple audio/video inputs, a switcher will be necessary to receive sound from more than one component.

System

:Signal flow

VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, etc.

TV

VCR, digital satellite receiver, PlayStation, etc.

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To assemble the AM loop antenna (aerial)

To connect the antenna (aerial)

Note

Keep the AM loop antenna (aerial) and cord away from the system or other AV components, as noise may result.

Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna (aerial).

After connecting the FM wire antenna (aerial), keep it as horizontal as possible.

Tip

Adjust the direction of the AM loop antenna (aerial) for best AM broadcast sound.

If you have poor FM reception, use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the unit to an outdoor FM antenna (aerial) as shown below.

Connecting the antenna (aerial)

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AUDIO

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

R

L

R

L

EXT

TV

DC5V 500mA MAX

AM

or

AM loop antenna (aerial) (supplied)

FM wire antenna (aerial) (supplied)

Rear panel of the unit

ANTENNA

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

Outdoor FM antenna (aerial) Unit

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Insert the external memory device (1 GB or larger USB flash memory, such as Sony USM2GL, USM4GL, or USM1GH, not supplied) into the EXT slot. Check that EXT lights up in the front panel display when turning the system on. By connecting an external memory, you can enjoy additional contents (BonusView/BD-Live) depending on the disc (page 43).

Note

Insert the external memory into the EXT slot as far as it will go.

Insert the external memory straight. If you force the external memory into the slot, this will cause damage to both the external memory and the unit.

Keep the external memory away from small children to prevent them from accidentally swallowing it.

Do not apply too much pressure to the external memory in the slot, as it may cause a malfunction.

To avoid data corruption or damage to the external memory, turn the system off when inserting or removing the external memory.

Do not insert an external memory that contains photo or music files to avoid corrupting the external memory data.

To remove the external memory

1 Press "/1 to turn the system off.

2 Pull out the external memory from the EXT slot.

Inserting the external memory

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ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

DMPORT HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB

PR / CR

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR R

CENTER SUBWOOFER

EXT

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TV

TV

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500mA MAX

SPEAKER

FRONT R

SUR L

LAN(100)

With the terminal side up

Rear panel of the unit

Ex. Sony USM2GL (not supplied)

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Connect the LAN (100) terminal of the unit to your Internet source using a network cable to update the systems software using the network. You can also enjoy BD-Live (page 43). Make the appropriate settings in [Internet Settings] under [Network Settings] (page 84).

To update the systems software using the network See [Network Update] (page 75) and [Software Update Notification] (page 83).

Note

Do not connect a phone line to the LAN (100) terminal, as it may cause a malfunction.

Do not connect the LAN terminal of the unit to the LAN terminal of the PC.

Depending on the modem or router, the type of network (LAN) cable, straight or crossing, differs. For details on the network (LAN) cables, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the modem or router.

For optimal performance of BD-Live functions, we recommend using an Internet connection with an effective speed of 1 Mbps or greater.

Connecting to the network

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN DMPORT

HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB PR / CR FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

FRONT L SUR RCENTER SUBWOOFER

EXTLAN(100)

DC5V 700mA MAX

TVTV

DIGITAL IN

SAT/CABLE

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FRONT R SUR L

SPEAKER

LAN(100)

Rear panel of the unit

Broadband router (not supplied)

To PC

Internet

ADSL modem/ Cable modem (not supplied)

Network cable (not supplied)

Network cable (not supplied)

Network cable (not supplied) Wireless LAN router

(access point) (not supplied)

Ethernet/wireless LAN media converter (not supplied)

Internet

Network cable (not supplied)To PC

When connecting to a broadband router directly

When connecting via a wireless LAN router

ADSL modem/ Cable modem (not supplied)

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Before connecting the AC power cord (mains lead) of the unit to a wall outlet (mains), connect all the speakers to the unit.

To turn off the demonstration mode (Except for U.S. models)

After connecting the AC power cord (mains lead), the demonstration appears in the front panel display. You can turn off the demonstration simply by pressing "/1 on the remote. For details, see About the demonstration (page 72).

To turn the system on/off (standby mode)

Press "/1.

Connecting the AC power cord (mains lead)

Wall outlet (mains): The shape of the wall outlet (mains) differs depending on the area.

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Step 3: Performing the Easy Setup Follow the Steps below to make the basic adjustments for using the system. Displayed items vary depending on the country model.

1 Turn on the TV.

2 Press [/1 on the unit.

3 Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the system appears on the TV screen.

The Easy Setup Display for OSD language selection appears.

If the Easy Setup Display does not appear

Recall the Easy Setup Display. See To recall the Easy Setup Display (page 32).

4 Press X/x to select a language for the OSD.

5 Press or c.

The setting message appears.

This message appears only when performing the [Easy Setup] for the first time. It does not appear when performing the [Easy Setup] accessed via the [Setup] setting.

6 Press or c.

The Setup Display for video cable selection appears.

7 Press X/x to select the cable used to connect the unit and TV.

Check the connection of the unit and TV (page 21). When you connect the unit and TV with

an HDMI cable, select [HDMI], go to Step 8 and set the video output resolution to match your TV.

When you connect the unit and TV with a component video cord, select [Component Video], go to Step 8 and set the video output resolution to match your TV.

When you connect the unit and TV with the video cord, select [Video] and go to Step 9.

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HOME

"/1

English Franais Espaol

Portugus

Easy Setup - OSD

Select the language to be displayed by this unit.

Easy Setup

Each of these items may be changed later under "Setup." Set the items below required to use this unit.

Start

- Select the BD Internet Connection

- Select the TV connection method - Select the TV type

- Select the Standby Mode

Check that all cables, etc. have been connected and then start.

- Execute the Auto Calibration

Easy Setup - TV Connection Method

Component Video Video

Select the video cable connecting this unit and the TV.

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Note

When you do not connect the unit and TV with an HDMI cable, you cannot select [HDMI].

When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time, select [Component Video].

For details about video output resolution, see Video Output Resolution (page 99).

8 Press or c.

The Setup Display for video output resolution selection appears. For details, see [Output Video Format] (page 77).

When you select [HDMI] in Step 7

Select from [Auto], [480i], [480p], [720p], [1080i], or [1080p]. When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time, video signals may only output from the HDMI OUT jack when [Auto] or [1080p] is selected.

When you select [Component Video] in Step 7

Select from [480i], [480p], [720p], or [1080i].

When you change the video output resolution A picture is displayed in the selected resolution for about 30 seconds, then the display asks for confirmation. Follow the on-screen instructions and go to the next step.

Note

If the picture is distorted or no picture appears, wait for about 30 seconds without pressing any buttons. [Is this resolution OK?] appears. Select [Cancel]. The display returns to the resolution setting screen.

If the selected video output resolution is incorrect, no picture appears on the screen. In this case, press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the video output resolution to the lowest resolution. To change the video output resolution, set [Output Video Format] in [Video Settings] (page 77).

9 Press or c.

The Setup Display for selecting the aspect ratio of the TV to be connected appears.

10 Press X/x to select the setting that matches your TV type.

[16:9]: If you have a wide-screen TV or a 4:3 standard TV with a wide-screen mode. (page 76)

[4:3]: If you have a 4:3 standard TV. (page 76)

11 Press or c.

When you connect the unit and TV with an HDMI cable

The Setup Display for the [Control for HDMI] function appears. Go to Step 12.

When you do not connect the unit and TV with an HDMI cable

The Setup Display for [BD Internet Connection] appears. Go to Step 14.

Easy Setup - HDMI Resolution

Auto

The video switches for 30 seconds when this setting is changed. Select the resolution to output to the TV. "Auto" is the standard selection.

Nothing is displayed on the screen if the resolution is incorrect. Check that there are no problems with the video.

Easy Setup - Component Resolution

The video switches for 30 seconds when this setting is changed. Select the resolution to output to the TV.

Nothing is displayed on the screen if the resolution is incorrect. Check that there are no problems with the video.

Easy Setup - TV Type

Select the screen aspect ratio to match your TV.

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12 Press X/x to select the setting for the

Control for HDMI function.

Select [On] to use the [Control for HDMI] function (page 63) when connecting Sony components that are compatible with the Control for HDMI function. If you do not use the [Control for HDMI] function, select [Off].

13 Press or c.

The Setup Display for [BD Internet Connection] appears.

14 Press X/x to select the setting for the BD Internet connections.

Select [Allow] to allow Internet connections. If you do not allow the connections, select [Do not allow].

15 Press or c.

The Setup Display for [Standby Mode] appears.

16 Press X/x to select the standby mode.

You can operate the player quickly after turning on this function. Select [Quick Start] if you want to shorten the startup time from the standby mode. The default setting is [Normal].

Note

Quick Start mode will increase electricity consumption in the standby mode.

17 Press or c.

The Setup Display for [Auto Calibration] appears.

18 Connect the calibration mic to the A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.

Set up the calibration mic at ear level using a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of each speaker should face the calibration mic, and there should be no obstruction between the speakers and the calibration mic.

19 Press X/x to select [Start].

To cancel, select [Cancel].

On

You can operate this unit in conjunction with a TV connected by HDMI.

Check your TV settings when using this function.

Easy Setup - Control for HDMI

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ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

EXT

TV

TV

DIGITAL INSAT/CABLE DC5V

500mA MAX

Calibration mic

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20 Press .

[Auto Calibration] starts. The system adjusts the speaker setting automatically. Be quiet during the measurement.

Note

Loud test sound is output when [Auto Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.

Before [Auto Calibration], install the surround amplifier in the appropriate location. If you install the surround amplifier in an improper location, such as another room, proper measurement will not be obtained.

When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround back speakers (page 17), install the speakers in appropriate location and turn the surround amplifier on.

21 Confirm the conclusions of [Auto Calibration].

The conclusions appear on the TV screen. Press C/c to change the page. The first page shows the distance of speakers. The second page shows the level of speakers. If the conclusions are OK, unplug the calibration mic and press X/x to select [OK].

Note

The environment of the room in which the system is installed may affect measurements.

Tip

You can change a measurement unit (feet or meters) by pressing the color button (RED).

22 Press .

Easy Setup is finished. All connections and setup operations are complete.

To quit the Easy Setup Press HOME in any Step.

To recall the Easy Setup Display

1 Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2 Press C/c to select [Setup].

3 Press X/x to select [Easy Setup], then press .

4 Press C/c to select [Start], then press .

The Easy Setup display appears.

Step 4: Selecting the Source You can select the playback source.

Press FUNCTION repeatedly until the desired function appears in the front panel display.

Each time you press FUNCTION, the function changes as follows.

BD/DVD t TUNER FM t TUNER AM t TV t SAT/CABLE t DMPORT t AUDIO t

Function Source

BD/DVD Disc that is played by the system

TUNER FM/ TUNER AM

FM/AM radio (page 51)

TV TV (component that is connected to the TV (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks or TV (DIGITAL IN OPTICAL) jack on the rear panel (page 22))

SAT/CABLE Component that is connected to the SAT/CABLE (DIGITAL IN COAXIAL) jack on the rear panel (page 23)

DMPORT DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter (page 55)

AUDIO Component that is connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks on the rear panel (page 23)

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Step 5: Enjoying Surround Sound You can enjoy surround sound simply by selecting one of the systems pre-programmed decoding modes. They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters into your home.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until AUDIO MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until DEC. MODE appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x repeatedly until the surround sound effect you want appears in the front panel display.

See the table below for surround sound effect descriptions.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Selecting surround sound effects based on your listening preference

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About speaker output The table below describes the options when you connect all the speakers to the unit. The default setting is A.F.D. 7.1CH (when connecting the headphones to the surround amplifier, the default setting is HP 2CH).

Sound from Surround effect Effect

Depending on the source. A.F.D. STD (AUTO FORMAT DIRECT STANDARD)

The system discriminates the sound format of the source and presents sound as it was recorded/encoded.

A.F.D. 7.1CH (AUTO FORMAT DIRECT 7.1CH)

PRO LOGIC

PLII MOVIE

PLII MUSIC

2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from the 5.1 channel speakers.

A.F.D. 7.1CH outputs sound from the 5.1 channel speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound across each speaker.

PRO LOGIC performs Dolby Pro Logic decoding.

PLII MOVIE performs Dolby Pro Logic II movie mode decoding.

PLII MUSIC performs Dolby Pro Logic II music mode decoding.

Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the speakers depending on the number of channels of the source. A.F.D. 7.1CH creates the surround back sound virtually and gives you the sound as 7.1 channel surround sound.

A.F.D. 7.1CH (AUTO FORMAT DIRECT 7.1CH)

PLIIx MOVIE

PLIIx MUSIC

These decoding modes appear only when you use the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround back speakers (page 17).

2 channel source: The system simulates surround sound from 2 channel sources and outputs sound from all the speakers including the surround back speakers.

A.F.D. 7.1CH outputs sound from the 7.1 channel speakers by duplicating 2 channel source sound across each speaker.

PLIIx MOVIE performs Dolby Pro Logic IIx movie mode decoding.

PLIIx MUSIC performs Dolby Pro Logic IIx music mode decoding.

Multi-channel source: The system outputs sound from the speakers depending on the number of channels of the source.

2CH STEREO The system outputs the sound from the front speakers and subwoofer regardless of sound format or number of channels. Multi-channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channels.

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To turn the sound effect off Select A.F.D. STD for DEC. MODE.

Note

When you select A.F.D. 7.1CH, depending on the disc or source, the beginning of the sound may be cut off while the optimum mode is automatically selected. To avoid cutting the sound, select A.F.D. STD.

When the input signal is multi-channel source, PRO LOGIC, PLII MOVIE, and PLII MUSIC are canceled and the multi-channel source is output directly.

When the bilingual broadcast sound is input, PRO LOGIC, PLII MOVIE, and PLII MUSIC are not effective.

A.F.D. 7.1CH, PRO LOGIC, PLII MOVIE, PLII MUSIC, PLIIx MOVIE, and PLIIx MUSIC are canceled when you set the sound mode (page 47) to either of the following settings.

SPORTS

OMNI-DIR

MOVIE-D.C.S.-

Depending on the input stream, the decoding mode may not be effective.

When changing the decoding mode while using the S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may skip.

Tip

The system memorizes the last decoding mode selected for each function. Whenever you select a function such as BD/DVD or TUNER FM, the decoding mode that was last applied to the function is automatically applied again. For example, if you select BD/DVD with PRO LOGIC as the decoding mode, then change to another function, and then return to BD/DVD, PRO LOGIC will be applied again.

HP 2CH2)

(HEADPHONE 2 CHANNEL STEREO)

This decoding mode appears only when you connect headphones to the surround amplifier.

The system outputs the sound from the headphones regardless of sound format or number of channels. Multi- channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channels.

Sound from Surround effect Effect

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Playing a BD/DVD

Depending on the disc, some operations may be different or restricted. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your disc.

1 Turn on your TV.

2 Switch the input selector on the TV to this system.

3 Press "/1.

The system turns on.

4 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until BD/ DVD appears in the front panel display.

5 Press Z.

6 Place a disc.

Place one disc on the disc tray, and then press Z.

When you insert a commercially available BD-ROM or DVD VIDEO, playback may automatically start depending on the disc. In this case, go to Step 9.

Note

When you play an 8 cm disc, place it on the inner circle of the tray. Be careful that the disc is not skewed on the inner circle of the tray.

Do not place more than one disc on the tray.

7 Press C/c to select [Video].

8 Press X/x to select , then press N or .

For commercially available BD-ROM or DVD VIDEO, playback starts. For a BD or DVD recorded on other equipment, the title list appears. Press X/x to select the desired title, then press N or

. Playback starts.

9 Press VOLUME +/ to adjust the volume.

The volume level appears on the TV screen and in the front panel display.

Playback

FUNCTION VOLUME

"/1

Disc tray

FUNCTION N Z

VOLUME +/

x

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HOME OPTIONS

Number buttons

ONE-TOUCH PLAY

SUBTITLE TIME

ANGLE

DISPLAY

POP UP/ MENU

SCENE SEARCH

TOP MENU

SYSTEM MENU

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Note

When you set the [Control for HDMI] function to [On], the TV that is connected to the system with an HDMI cable can be sync-operated with the system. For details, see Using the Control for HDMI Function for BRAVIA Sync (page 63).

Tip

You can change the speed at which the volume is turned up and down. To turn the volume up/down quickly, press and hold VOLUME +/. To set the volume up/down precisely, press VOLUME +/ briefly.

Other operations 1)Scan speeds may differ with some discs. 2)BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/DVD-R only. 3)BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-RW/DVD-R/DVD+RW/

DVD+R only.

To play a restricted BD or DVD (Parental Control)

When you play a restricted BD

Change [BD Parental Control] in [BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (page 80).

When you play a restricted DVD

Change [DVD Parental Control] in [BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (page 80).

When you play a restricted BD or DVD, the display for entering your password appears on the screen. Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons, and press . Playback starts. To register or change the password, see [Password] (page 81).

To play a restricted BD-RE or BD- R (Disc Lock) When you play a BD-RE or BD-R restricted by the Disc Lock function, the display for entering your password appears on the screen.

1 Enter the four-digit password that has been registered when creating the disc using the number buttons, and press

.

2 Select a title, and press N or .

Playback starts.

To Press

Stop x

Pause X

Resume play after pause

X or N

Go to the next chapter

>

Go back to the preceding chapter

. twice in a second.

When you press . once, you can go to the beginning of the current chapter.

Turn off the sound temporarily

MUTING

To cancel, press it again or VOLUME + to adjust the sound volume.

Remove the disc Z on the unit.

Locate a point quickly by playing a disc in fast forward or fast reverse (Scan)1)

M or m while playing a disc. Each time you press M or m during scan, the playback speed changes as follows:

Playback direction

M1 (10) t M2 (30) t M3 (120)

Reverse direction

n (1) t m1 (10) t m2 (30) t m3 (120)

When you press and hold the button, fast forward/fast reverse continues at the selected speed until you release the button.

To return to normal speed, press N. Actual speeds may differ with some discs.

Play in slow, freeze frame (playback direction only)

M for more than one second in pause mode. When you press M briefly in pause mode, you can play one frame at a time. Depending on the disc, this function may not work.

To return to normal playback, press N.

Replay the previous scene2)

(instant replay) during playback.

Briefly fast forward the current scene3)

(instant advance) during playback.

To Press

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One-Touch Play (for HDMI connection only) Press ONE-TOUCH PLAY. The system and the connected TV turn on and the input selector on the TV is switched to the system; then you can enjoy the contents of a disc.

Note

When using the HDMI connection, there may be a delay before the playback picture appears on the screen, and the beginning portion of the playback picture may not be displayed.

To use this function, set [Control for HDMI] to [On] in [HDMI Settings] (page 82).

Available OPTIONS

1 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

The available items differ depending on the disc type or system situation.

If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene are recorded on a disc, you can change the viewing angle.

Press ANGLE during playback to select the desired angle.

If subtitles are recorded on a disc, you can turn the subtitles on/off during playback. If multilingual subtitles are recorded on the disc, you can change the subtitle language during playback, or turn the subtitles on/off whenever you want.

Press SUBTITLE during playback to select the desired subtitle language.Items Details

[Video Settings] Adjusts settings for picture (page 42).

[Title List] Displays the title list.

[Play] Plays the title from the point where you pressed x.

[Play from beginning] Plays the title from the beginning.

[Top Menu] Displays the discs Top Menu (page 39).

[Menu/Popup Menu] Displays the BD-ROMs Pop-up Menu or DVDs menu (page 39).

[Stop] Stops playback.

[Title Search] Searches for a title and starts playback from the beginning (page 40).

[Chapter Search] Searches for a chapter and starts playback from the beginning (page 40).

Changing the angles

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When you stop the disc, the system remembers the point where you pressed x. As long as you do not remove the disc, Resume Play will work even if the system is set to standby mode by pressing "/1.

1 While playing a disc, press x to stop playback.

2 Press X/x to select , then press N or .

The system starts playback from the point where you stopped the disc in Step 1.

Note

Depending on where you stop the disc, the system may not resume playback from exactly the same point.

The point where you stopped playing may be cleared when:

you open the disc tray.

you play another title.

you change the settings on the system.

you disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead).

you remove the external memory (for BD-ROMs).

This function may not work properly with some discs.

To play from the beginning of the title Press OPTIONS to select [Play from beginning], then press . Playback starts from the beginning of the title.

To display the Top Menu A BD/DVD is divided into a lot of sections, which make up a picture or music feature. These sections are called titles. When you play a BD/ DVD which contains several titles, you can select the title you want using the Top Menu. You can also select items such as the language for the subtitles and the language for the sound using the Top Menu.

1 Press TOP MENU.

The discs menu appears on the TV screen. The contents of the menu vary depending on the disc.

2 Press C/X/x/c or the number buttons to select the item you want to play or change.

3 Press .

To display Pop-up Menus Some BD-ROMs contain Pop-up Menus that appear without interrupting playback.

1 Press POP UP/MENU during playback.

The Pop-up Menu appears.

2 Press C/X/x/c, the color buttons, or number buttons to select the item, and follow the on-screen instructions.

Resuming playback from the point where you stopped the disc

(Resume Play)

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You can move quickly between scenes within the title currently being played back.

1 Press SCENE SEARCH during playback or in pause mode.

Playback pauses and a bar with a scene indicator (square-shaped indicates the current point) appears at the bottom of the screen.

2 Press and hold C/c or m/M to move the scene indicator to the scene you are searching for.

The scene indicator on the bar is displayed around the playing point.

3 Release the button at the point you want to watch.

The scene at which you released the button is displayed in pause mode. To search for a scene again, move the scene indicator using C/c or m/M.

4 Press SCENE SEARCH, , N, or X.

Playback starts.

To cancel Scene Search mode Press SCENE SEARCH, , N, or X. Playback starts from the point you pressed the button.

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The Scene Search function is available for titles longer than 100 seconds and shorter than 100 hours.

Depending on the disc, this function may not work.

You can search for a chapter if the title contains chapter marks.

1 Press OPTIONS during playback or in pause mode.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select a search method, then press .

[Title Search] (for a BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO): Searches the desired title.

[Chapter Search]: Searches the desired chapter.

The display for entering the number appears. Example: Chapter Search

3 Press the number buttons to enter the number of the title or chapter.

If you make a mistake, press CLEAR, and re-enter another number.

4 Press .

After a while, the system starts playback from the selected number.

To cancel [Title Search]/[Chapter Search] Press RETURN.

Searching for a scene quickly (Scene Search)

Scene Search

The current point

Scene indicator

Searching for a Title/Chapter

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You can check the title information, including the video transmission rate, etc.

Press DISPLAY during playback.

The displayed information differs depending on the disc type and system status.

Example: When playing a BD-ROM

A The current selected angle

B Title number or name

C The currently selected audio setting

D Available functions ( angle/ audio/ subtitle)

E Playback information Displays Disc type/Play mode/Video codec/ Bit rate/Playing status bar/Playing time (Remaining time*)

F Output resolution/Video frequency * Displayed when you press TIME repeatedly.

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You can also check the playback information in the front panel display.

You can change each setting by pressing SUBTITLE, AUDIO, or ANGLE.

To view the playing time and remaining time in the front panel display

Press TIME repeatedly.

Each time you press TIME while playing the disc, the display changes: 1 y 2

1 Playing time of the current title 2 Remaining time of the current title

Some displayed items may disappear after a few seconds.

Displaying the playing time and play information

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1 Press OPTIONS during playback.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select [Video Settings], then press .

The [Video Settings] screen appears.

3 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

[Picture Quality Mode]

Optimizes the picture settings for different lighting environments. [Standard] [Brighter Room] [Theater Room]

[FNR]

Reduces random noise appearing in the picture. [Off] [Auto]

[BNR]

Reduces mosaic-like block noise in the picture. [Off] [Auto]

[MNR]

Reduces minor noise around the picture outlines (mosquito noise). [Off] [Auto]

4 Press C/X/x/c to select or adjust the settings, then press .

To adjust any other items, repeat steps 3 and 4.

Note

Set the picture setting of your TV to [Standard] before changing [Picture Quality Mode].

[Video Settings] is disabled when the connected TV is set to Theater Mode (page 64).

Depending on the disc or the scene being played, [FNR], [BNR], or [MNR] effects may be hard to discern.

When the sound does not match the pictures on the TV screen, you can adjust the delay between the picture and sound.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until AUDIO MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until A/V SYNC appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x to adjust the delay between the picture and sound.

You can adjust from 0 ms to 300 ms in 25 ms increments.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Note

Depending on the input stream, A/V SYNC may not be effective.

Adjusting pictures for videos

Video Settings

Standard Close

Standard

Picture Quality Mode FNR BNR MNR

Select the item you want to change.

Adjusting the delay between the picture and sound

(A/V SYNC)

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Enjoying BonusView/BD- Live

Some BD-ROMs with BD-LIVE Logo* have bonus contents and other data that can be downloaded to the external memory (local storage) for enjoyment.

*

1 If a disc is inserted, remove the disc from the unit.

2 Turn the system off.

3 Insert the external memory (not supplied) into the EXT slot on the rear of the unit.

The external memory is used as the local storage. Make sure that the external memory is properly inserted into the unit (page 26).

4 Connect the system to a network (page 27).

5 Turn the system on.

6 Set [BD Internet Connection] to [Allow] in [BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (page 81).

7 Insert a BD-ROM with BONUSVIEW/ BD-LIVE.

The operation method differs depending on the disc. Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the disc.

To delete data in the external memory You can delete unnecessary data.

1 If a disc is inserted, remove the disc from the unit.

2 Press HOME.

3 Press C/c to select [Video].

4 Press X/x to select [BD Data], then press .

5 Select the disc name, then press OPTIONS.

6 Select [Erase], then press .

7 Select [OK], then press .

The data of the selected disc will be deleted.

Note

Depending on the BD-ROM, the disc name may not be displayed.

Tip

To delete all data in the external memory at once, select [Erase All] in Step 6.

Press instead of OPTIONS in Step 5 to skip Step 6.

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Playing a CD

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until BD/ DVD appears in the front panel display.

2 Insert a CD.

The Music Player screen appears.

3 Press N.

Playback starts.

4 Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME +/.

The volume level appears on the TV screen and in the front panel display.

To select a track

1 Press HOME.

2 Press C/c to select [Music].

3 Press .

The music list appears.

4 Press X/x to select a track, then press N or .

The system plays the selected track.

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Stop x

Pause X

Resume play after pause X or N

Start playback from the point where you pressed x.

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Go to the next track >

Go back to the preceding track

. twice in a second.

When you press . once, you can go to the beginning of the current track.

Turn off the sound temporarily

MUTING

To cancel, press it again or VOLUME + to adjust the sound volume.

Remove the disc Z on the unit.

Fast reverse/fast forward

m or M during playback.

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Available OPTIONS

1 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

The available items differ depending on the disc type or system situation.

Note

The point where you stopped playing (resume point) is cleared from memory when:

You open the disc tray.

You turn the system off.

To view the playing time and remaining time in the front panel display

Press TIME repeatedly.

Each time you press TIME while playing the disc, the display changes: 1 t 2 t 3 t 4 t 1 t ...

1 Playing time of the current track 2 Remaining time of the current track 3 Playing time of the disc 4 Remaining time of the disc

Playing Photo Files

1)BD-REs/BD-Rs containing JPEG image files 2)DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs

containing JPEG image files 3)CD-RWs/CD-Rs containing JPEG image files

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until BD/ DVD appears in the front panel display.

2 Insert a disc that contains photo files.

3 Press HOME.

4 Press C/c to select [Photo].

5 Press .

The file list or folder list appears.

6 Press X/x to select a file or folder, then press .

When you select a folder, press X/x to select a file in the folder, then press . The selected photo file is displayed.

Items Details

[Play] Plays the selected track.

[Play from beginning] (during playback)

Plays the current track from the beginning.

[Play from beginning] (in stop mode)

Plays the selected track from the beginning.

[Stop] Stops playback.

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Available OPTIONS

1 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

The available items differ depending on the situation.

1)Appears when you press OPTIONS during playback of photo files.

2)Appears when you press OPTIONS while the file/ folder list is displayed.

Note

When you attempt to play the following photo files, the mark appears on the screen and they cannot be played.

Photo files with width or height larger than 8,192 pixels

Photo files with width or height smaller than 15 pixels

Photo files exceeding 32 MB

Photo files with extreme aspect ratios (greater than 50:1 or 1:50)

Photo files in Progressive JPEG format

Photo files that have a .jpeg or .jpg extension, but are not in JPEG format

Photo files that have an extremely long name

The following photo files cannot be played.

Photo files recorded on BD-Rs in any format other than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.6

Photo files recorded on BD-REs in any format other than UDF (Universal Disk Format) 2.5

The following photo files or folders cannot be displayed in the file list or folder list.

Photo files that have an extension other than .jpeg or .jpg

Photo files that have an extremely long name

Photo files in the 5th tree and photo files/folders in the 6th tree or lower

Folders beyond the 500th folder, when the total number of folders and files in a single tree exceeds 500

Photo files edited on a PC may not be played.

Thumbnail images of some photo files may not be displayed.

Large photo files may take some time to display or to start a slideshow.

To view images in high picture quality If you have a Sony TV compatible with PhotoTV HD, you can enjoy images in high picture quality by the following connection and setting.

1 Connect the unit to the TV using an HDMI cable.

2 Set the TVs video setting to [VIDEO-A] mode.

For details on [VIDEO-A], refer to the operating instructions supplied with the TV.

To Press

Play a slideshow N

Stop a slideshow x

Pause a slideshow X

Go to the next photo >

Go back to the preceding photo

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Display the file information

DISPLAY

Items Details

[Slideshow Speed]1)2) Changes the slideshow speed.

[Fast]

[Normal]

[Slow]

[Stop]1) Stops a slideshow.

[Rotate Left]1) Rotates the photo counterclockwise by 90 degrees.

[Rotate Right]1) Rotates the photo clockwise by 90 degrees.

[View Image]2) Displays the selected picture.

[Slideshow]2) Starts a slideshow.

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Selecting the Effect to Suit the Source You can select a suitable sound mode for movies or music.

Press SOUND MODE repeatedly during playback until the desired mode appears in the front panel display.

AUTO: The system selects MOVIE or MUSIC automatically to produce the sound effect depending on the disc or sound stream.

MOVIE: The system provides the sound for movies.

MOVIE-D.C.S.-*: The system reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Cary Grant Theater cinema production studio.

MUSIC: The system provides the sound for music.

SPORTS: The system adds reverberation for the sports program.

NEWS: The system provides the sound for the voice program, such as news.

OMNI-DIR: The same sound is audible anywhere in the room.

* DCS technology is used.

Note

When you connect headphones to the surround amplifier, the sound mode is disabled.

Depending on the disc or source, when you select AUTO, the beginning of the sound may be cut off as the system selects the optimum mode automatically. To avoid cutting the sound, select other than AUTO.

Depending on the input stream, the sound mode may not be effective.

When changing the sound mode while using the S-AIR receiver, sound from the S-AIR receiver may skip.

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Selecting the Audio Format, Multilingual Tracks, or Channel When the system is playing a BD/DVD VIDEO recorded in multiple audio formats (PCM, Dolby Digital, MPEG audio, or DTS), you can change the audio format. If the BD/DVD VIDEO is recorded with multilingual tracks, you can also change the language. With a CD, you can select the sound from the right or left channel and listen to the sound of the selected channel through both the right and left speakers.

Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to select the desired audio signal.

The audio information appears on the TV screen.

x BD/DVD VIDEO Depending on the BD/DVD VIDEO, the choice of language varies. When 4 digits are displayed, they indicate a language code. See Language Code List (page 102) to confirm which language the code represents. When the same language is displayed two or more times, the BD/DVD VIDEO is recorded in multiple audio formats.

x DVD-VR The types of sound tracks recorded on a disc are displayed. Example: [ Stereo] [ Stereo (Audio1)] [ Stereo (Audio2)] [ Main] [ Sub] [ Main/Sub]

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[ Stereo (Audio1)] and [ Stereo (Audio2)] do not appear when only one audio stream is recorded on the disc.

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Enjoying Multiplex Broadcast Sound (DUAL MONO) You can enjoy multiplex broadcast sound when the system receives or plays a Dolby Digital multiplex broadcast signal.

Note

To receive the Dolby Digital signal, you need to connect a TV or other component to the unit with an optical or coaxial digital cord (pages 22, 23) and set the digital output mode of the TV or other component to Dolby Digital.

Press AUDIO repeatedly until the desired signal appears in the front panel display.

MAIN: Sound of the main language will be output.

SUB: Sound of the sub language will be output.

MAIN/SUB: Mixed sound of both the main and sub languages will be output.

Using the Sound Effect

You can reinforce bass frequencies.

Press DYNAMIC BASS.

D. BASS ON appears in the front panel display and bass frequencies are effectively reinforced. During this mode is on, BASS lights up in the front panel display.

To turn off the sound effect Press DYNAMIC BASS so that BASS disappears from the front panel display.

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You can enjoy sound effects or dialog, as you would in a movie theater, even at low volume. It is useful for watching movies at night.

Press NIGHT.

NIGHT ON appears in the front panel display and the sound effect is activated. During the night mode is on, NIGHT lights up in the front panel display.

Note

When sound is output from the center speaker, this effect is more pronounced, as speech (movie dialog, etc.) is easy to hear. When sound is not output from the center speaker, or you are using the headphones, the system optimally adjusts the volume.

To turn off the sound effect Press NIGHT so that NIGHT disappears from the front panel display.

You can adjust the sound by changing the tonal balance of the sound.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until AUDIO MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until TONE appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x to select the desired setting, then press .

BASS: You can adjust the bass frequencies.

TREBLE: You can adjust the treble frequencies.

5 Press X/x to adjust the sound.

The adjusted value appears in the front panel display. You can set the value from 6 to +6.

6 Press .

The setting is made.

7 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

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You can operate the tuner function using the tuner menu on the front panel display. See Operating the tuner function using the system menu (page 53)

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Select the radio station.

Automatic tuning Press and hold TUNING +/ until the auto scanning starts. [Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen. Scanning stops when the system tunes in a station. To stop the automatic tuning manually, press TUNING +/ or x. TUNED and ST (for stereo program) light up in the front panel display.

Manual tuning Press TUNING +/ repeatedly.

3 Adjust the volume by pressing VOLUME +/.

To turn off the radio Press "/1.

To change the AM tuning interval

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Press and hold N and FUNCTION on the unit until AM 9K STEP or AM 10K STEP appears in the front panel display.

Tip

To improve reception, reorient the connected antennas (aerials).

Available OPTIONS

1 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

The available items differ depending on the situation.

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Station name

Current band and preset number

Current station

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[Preset Memory] Preset 20 FM stations, 10 AM stations.

[Direct Tuning] Input station frequency directly.

[FM Mode] Select monaural or stereo reception of FM programs.

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To view the station name or frequency in the front panel display When the system is set to TUNER FM or TUNER AM, you can check the frequency using the front panel display.

Press DISPLAY.

Each time you press DISPLAY on the remote, the display changes as shown. 1 Station name* 2 Frequency** * This is displayed if you have entered a name for a

preset station.

** Returns to the original display after several seconds have elapsed.

You can preset 20 FM stations, and 10 AM stations. Before tuning, make sure to turn down the volume to minimum.

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Press and hold TUNING +/ until the auto scanning starts.

[Auto Tuning] appears on the TV screen. Scanning stops when the system tunes in a station. TUNED and ST (for stereo program) light up in the front panel display.

3 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

4 Press X/x to select [Preset Memory], then press .

5 Press X/x to select the preset number you want.

6 Press .

The setting is made.

To change the preset number Select the desired preset number by pressing PRESET +/, then perform the procedure from Step 3.

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

The last received station is tuned in.

2 Press PRESET +/ repeatedly to select the preset station.

The preset number and frequency appear on the TV screen and front panel display. Each time you press the button, the system tunes in one preset station.

Tip

You can select the preset station number directly by pressing the number buttons.

When you know the frequencies, you can select radio stations by inputting the frequencies directly.

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

3 Press X/x to select [Direct Tuning], then press .

4 Press the number buttons to select the frequencies.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

Presetting radio stations

Selecting the preset station

Selecting a radio station by inputting a frequency directly

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1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Press D.TUNING.

3 Press the number buttons to select the frequencies.

4 Press .

If an FM program is noisy, you can select monaural reception. There will be no stereo effect, but reception will improve.

1 Press OPTIONS.

The options menu appears.

2 Press X/x to select [FM Mode], then press .

3 Press X/x to select [Monaural].

[Stereo]: Stereo reception. [Monaural]: Monaural reception.

4 Press .

The setting is made.

You can operate the tuner function using the system menu on the front panel display.

To preset radio stations

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

2 Press and hold TUNING +/ until the auto scanning starts.

Scanning stops when the system tunes in a station. TUNED and ST (for stereo program) light up in the front panel display.

3 Press SYSTEM MENU.

4 Press X/x repeatedly until TUNER MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

5 Press X/x repeatedly until MEMORY appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

A preset number appears in the front panel display.

6 Press X/x to select the preset number you want.

Tip

You can select the preset number directly by pressing the number buttons.

7 Press .

COMPLETE appears in the front panel display, and the station is stored.

8 Repeat Steps 2 to 7 to store other stations.

9 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

If an FM program is noisy

Operating the tuner function using the system menu

TUNED ST

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To change the preset number Select the desired preset number by pressing PRESET +/, then perform the procedure from Step 3.

If an FM program is noisy If an FM program is noisy, you can select monaural reception. There will be no stereo effect, but reception will improve.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until TUNER MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until FM MODE appears in the front panel display.

4 Press or c.

5 Press X/x to select MONO.

STEREO: Stereo reception. MONO: Monaural reception.

6 Press .

The setting is made.

7 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

To name preset stations You can enter a name for preset stations. These names (for example, ABC) appear in the front panel display when a station is selected. Only one name can be entered for each preset station.

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until TUNER FM or TUNER AM appears in the front panel display.

The last received station is tuned in.

2 Press PRESET +/ repeatedly to select the preset station you want to create an index name for.

3 Press SYSTEM MENU.

4 Press X/x repeatedly until TUNER MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

5 Press X/x repeatedly until NAME IN appears in the front panel display.

6 Press or c.

7 Create a name by using C/X/x/c.

Press X/x to select a character, then press c to move the cursor to the next position.

You can input letters, numbers, and other symbols for a radio station.

If you make a mistake Press C/c repeatedly until the character to be changed flashes, then press X/x to select the desired character. To erase the character, press C/c

repeatedly until the character to be erased flashes, then press CLEAR.

8 Press .

COMPLETE appears in the front panel display, and the station name is stored.

9 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

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Using the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT Adapter The DIGITAL MEDIA PORT (DMPORT) adapter is for enjoying sound from a portable audio source or computer. By connecting a DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you can enjoy sound from the connected component on the system. Available DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapters vary in each area. For details on connecting the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, see Connecting the other components (page 23).

Note

Do not connect an adapter other than the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter.

Do not connect or disconnect the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter to/from the unit while the system is turned on.

Depending on the type of DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, images are also output. In this case, the system outputs a composite video signal only, regardless of the type of video signal.

When you use the system and a Bluetooth Wireless Audio Adapter (such as TDM-BT1, not supplied) at the same time, transmission distance between the Bluetooth transmitter and Bluetooth Wireless Audio Adapter may be reduced. In this case, place the Bluetooth transmitter as far as possible from the system, or move the Bluetooth Wireless Audio Adapter closer to the Bluetooth transmitter.

When you use the system and the Wireless Network Audio Adapter (such as TDM-NC1, not supplied) at the same time, place the Wireless Network Audio Adapter as far as possible from the system.

1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly until DMPORT appears in the front panel display.

2 Start playback of the connected component.

The sound and images from the connected component are played on the system or connected TV. For operation details, refer to the operating instructions of the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter.

Tip

Depending on the type of DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter, you may be able to operate a connected component using either the buttons on the remote or the unit. The following illustration shows an example of buttons that can be used in this case.

To enhance compressed sound You can enhance compressed sound such as an MP3 audio file. This effect is activated automatically when you set the decoding mode to A.F.D. STD (page 33) while the DMPORT function is selected. To cancel the effect, select other than A.F.D. STD.

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Using an S-AIR Product The unit is compatible with the S-AIR function (page 116), which allows sound transmission between S-AIR products. When you purchase the S-AIR product, you need to perform the following settings to establish the sound transmission.

About S-AIR products There are two types of S-AIR product. S-AIR main unit (this unit): This is for

transmitting sound. You can use up to three S-AIR main units. (The number of usable S-AIR main units depends on the use environment.)

S-AIR sub unit: This is for receiving sound.

Surround amplifier: You can enjoy surround speaker sound wirelessly.

S-AIR receiver: You can enjoy system sound in another room.

To make use of the S-AIR function, you need to insert the wireless transmitter into the unit and the wireless transceiver into the S-AIR sub unit.

Note

When you insert the wireless transmitter/transceiver, make sure that the AC power cord (mains lead) is not connected to a wall outlet (mains).

Do not touch the terminals of the wireless transmitter/ transceiver.

To insert the wireless transmitter into the unit

1 Remove the screws and detach the slot cover.

Note

Remove the screws from the slot cover bearing the caution mark. Do not remove other screws.

The slot cover is no longer necessary; however, keep it after detaching.

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2 Insert the wireless transmitter.

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Insert the wireless transmitter with the S-AIR logo facing up.

Insert the wireless transmitter so that the V marks are aligned.

Do not insert anything other than the wireless transmitter into the EZW-T100 slot.

3 Make sure to use the same screws to secure the wireless transmitter.

Note

Do not use other screws to fasten the wireless transmitter.

To insert the wireless transceiver into the S-AIR sub unit For details on installing the wireless transceiver into the S-AIR sub unit, such as a surround amplifier or S-AIR receiver, see the operating instructions of the S-AIR sub unit.

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When you change the S-AIR configuration, Sony recommends that you perform [Auto Calibration]. For details, see Calibrating the Appropriate Settings Automatically (page 66).

Simply by matching the ID of the unit and the S-AIR sub unit, you can establish sound transmission.

To set the ID of the unit

1 Press "/1 on the unit.

The system turns on.

2 Press SYSTEM MENU.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR ID appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

Note

When the wireless transmitter is not inserted in the unit, S-AIR ID cannot be selected.

5 Press X/x to select the desired ID.

You can select any ID (A, B, or C).

6 Press .

The setting is made.

7 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

8 Set the S-AIR sub unit to the same ID.

Sound transmission is established as follows (example):

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN DMPORT

HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB PR / CR FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

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FRONT L SUR RCENTER SUBWOOFER

EXTLAN(100)

DC5V 700mA MAX

TVTV

DIGITAL IN

SAT/CABLE

EZW-T100

DC5V 500mA MAX

FRONT R SUR L

SPEAKER

EZW-T100

Rear of the unit

ANTENNA

AUDIO

DIGITAL IN DMPORT

HDMI OUT

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC ECM-AC2

SPEAKER

Y PB / CB PR / CR FM

AM

COAXIAL 75

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

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FRONT L SUR RCENTER SUBWOOFER

EXTLAN(100)

DC5V 700mA MAX

TVTV

DIGITAL IN

SAT/CABLE

EZW-T100

DC5V 500mA MAX

FRONT R SUR L

SPEAKER

EZW-T100

Rear of the unit

Establishing sound transmission between the unit and S-AIR sub unit (ID setting)

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To set the ID of the surround amplifier Refer to the operating instructions of the surround amplifier.

To set the ID of the S-AIR receiver Refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.

To use multiple S-AIR main units You can use multiple S-AIR main units by setting a different ID for each component.

You can enjoy the systems sound by using the S-AIR receiver. The S-AIR receiver can be placed in another room for enjoying the systems sound there.

For details of the S-AIR receiver, refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MODE appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

Note

When the wireless transmitter is not inserted in the unit, S-AIR MODE cannot be selected.

4 Press X/x to select the desired setting.

PARTY: The S-AIR receiver outputs sound according to functions set on the unit.

SEPARATE: You can set the desired function for the S-AIR receiver while unit functions do not change.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

7 Select the desired function on the S-AIR receiver.

x When PARTY is set The S-AIR receivers function changes sequentially as you press FUNCTION of the main unit (page 32) or S-AIR CH of the S-AIR receiver.

x When SEPARATE is set The S-AIR receivers function changes by pressing S-AIR CH of the S-AIR receiver as follows.

ID A

S-AIR main unit (This unit)

ID A S-AIR sub unit

ID A S-AIR sub unit

Other S-AIR main unit

S-AIR main unit (This unit)

ID A S-AIR sub unit

ID A S-AIR

sub unit

ID B S-AIR sub unit

ID A ID B

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To enjoy the same function as the unit, select MAIN UNIT. When TUNER FM or TUNER AM is selected on the unit, you can only select the same band on the S-AIR receiver. When other than TUNER FM or TUNER AM is selected on the unit, you can select any band for the tuner on the S-AIR receiver.

8 Adjust the volume on the S-AIR receiver.

Note

When the sound is other than 2 channel stereo, multi- channel sound is downmixed to 2 channel.

The sound of the S-AIR receiver may be cut off by operation of the unit.

To set S-AIR MODE via the remote

Press S-AIR MODE.

The S-AIR mode appears in the front panel display. Each time you press S-AIR MODE, the S-AIR mode changes.

To control the system from the S-AIR receiver You can control the system from the S-AIR receiver by using the following buttons.

For details, refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver.

You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode by setting S-AIR STBY to STBY ON.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR STBY appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

Note

When the wireless transmitter is not inserted in the unit, S-AIR STBY cannot be selected.

4 Press X/x to select the desired setting.

STBY ON: You can enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode or turned on. The power consumption during standby mode increases.

STBY OFF: You cannot enjoy the S-AIR receiver while the unit is in standby mode.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Note

When you turn the system off while S-AIR STBY is set to STBY ON, S-AIR flashes (when sound transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is not established), or lights up (when sound transmission between the unit and S-AIR receiver is established) in the front panel display.

Press Operation

N, X, x, ./>

Share the same operations on the remote and unit.

S-AIR CH Change the function of the system.

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It is easy to set the same ID for the unit and an S-AIR sub unit, such as a surround amplifier or S-AIR receiver, to establish sound transmission. However, neighbors may also receive your systems sound if IDs are the same, or you may receive sound from neighbors. To prevent this, you can identify the unit with a specific S-AIR sub unit by performing the pairing operation.

x Before pairing Sound transmission is established by the ID (example).

x After pairing Sound transmission is established between the paired unit and S-AIR sub unit(s) only.

To perform pairing

1 Place the S-AIR sub unit that you want to pair near the unit.

Note

Remove headphones from the surround amplifier (if connected).

2 Match the IDs of the unit and the S-AIR sub unit.

To set the ID of the unit, see To set the ID of the unit (page 57).

To set the ID of the S-AIR sub unit, refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR sub unit.

3 Press SYSTEM MENU.

4 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

5 Press X/x repeatedly until PAIRING appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

Note

When the wireless transmitter is not inserted in the unit, PAIRING cannot be selected.

Identifying the unit with a specific S-AIR sub unit (Pairing operation)

For the surround amplifier For the S-AIR receiver

This unit

ID A

ID A S-AIR sub unit

ID A S-AIR sub unit

Your room Neighbor

This unit

ID A

S-AIR sub unit ID A ID A

S-AIR sub unit

Your room Neighbor

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6 Press X/x repeatedly until START appears in the front panel display, then press .

The unit starts pairing and SEARCH flashes in the front panel display. To cancel pairing, press SYSTEM MENU.

7 Start pairing of the S-AIR sub unit.

x For the surround amplifier Press POWER on the surround amplifier to turn on the surround amplifier and press PAIRING on the rear panel of the surround amplifier. The PAIRING indicator of the surround amplifier flashes red when pairing starts. When sound transmission is established, the PAIRING indicator of the surround amplifier turns red and PAIRING and COMPLETE appear alternately in the front panel display.

Tip

To press PAIRING on the rear panel of the surround amplifier, a slim instrument, such as a paper clip, can be used.

x For the S-AIR receiver Refer to the operating instructions of the S-AIR receiver. When sound transmission is established, PAIRING and COMPLETE appear alternately in the front panel display.

Note

Perform pairing within several minutes of Step 5. If you do not, PAIRING and INCOMPLETE appear alternately in the front panel display. To continue pairing, press and start again from Step 5. To cancel pairing, press SYSTEM MENU.

8 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Note

When you perform pairing, (PAIRING) appears beside ID on the display for selecting ID.

To cancel pairing Change the ID setting of the unit by using the S-AIR ID switch of the unit. If you select a new ID, pairing is canceled.

You can check the S-AIR status such as the S-AIR ID or pairing information.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR ID appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

The S-AIR ID of the unit appears in the front panel display. When the unit is paired, (PAIRING) appears beside ID.

4 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

If you use multiple wireless systems which share the 2.4 GHz band, such as wireless LAN or Bluetooth, the transmission of S-AIR products or other wireless systems may be unstable. In this case, the transmission may be improved by changing the following RF CHANGE setting.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until S-AIR MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until RF CHANGE appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

Note

When the wireless transmitter is not inserted in the unit, RF CHANGE cannot be selected.

Checking the S-AIR status of the unit

If sound transmission is unstable

For the surround amplifier For the S-AIR receiver

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4 Press X/x to select the desired setting.

AUTO: Normally select this. The system changes RF CHANGE to ON or OFF automatically.

ON: The system transmits sound by searching for a better channel for transmitting.

OFF: The system transmits sound by fixing the channel for transmitting.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

7 When you set RF CHANGE to OFF, select the ID so that sound transmission is most stable (page 57).

Note

In most cases, you will not need to change this setting.

If RF CHANGE is set to OFF, transmission between the unit and S-AIR sub unit can be performed using one of the following channels.

S-AIR ID A: equivalent channel for IEEE 802.11b/g channel 1

S-AIR ID B: equivalent channel for IEEE 802.11b/g channel 6

S-AIR ID C: equivalent channel for IEEE 802.11b/g channel 11

The transmission may be improved by changing the transmission channel (frequency) of the other wireless system(s). For details, refer to the operating instructions of the other wireless system(s).

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Using the Control for HDMI Function for BRAVIA Sync This function is available on TVs with the BRAVIA Sync function only. By connecting Sony components that are compatible with the Control for HDMI function with an HDMI cable, operation is simplified as below:

Theater Mode (page 64)

One-Touch Play (page 64)

System Power Off (page 64)

Volume Limit (page 65)

System Audio Control (page 65)

Language Follow (page 65)

Control for HDMI is a mutual control function standard used by CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) for HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface).

The Control for HDMI function will not work in the following cases:

When you connect this system to a component which is not compatible with the Control for HDMI function.

A component does not have an HDMI jack.

There are convenient buttons on the systems remote for operating the TV, such as THEATER, ONE-TOUCH PLAY, and TV "/1. For details, see Controlling Your TV with the Supplied Remote (page 69) and refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

Note

Depending on the connected component, the Control for HDMI function may not work. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component.

The Control for HDMI function may not work if you connect a component other than Sony, even if the component is compatible with the Control for HDMI function.

(Control for HDMI - Easy Setting) The system is compatible with the Control for HDMI - Easy Setting function. If the TV is compatible with the Control for HDMI - Easy Setting function, you can set the systems [Control for HDMI] function automatically by setting the TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

If the TV is not compatible with the Control for HDMI - Easy Setting function, set the Control for HDMI function of the system and TV manually.

Note

For details on setting the TV, refer to the operating instructions.

1 Make sure that the system and the TV are connected with an HDMI cable.

2 Turn on the TV and press [/1 to turn on the system.

3 Switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the system through the HDMI input appears on the TV screen.

4 Set the Control for HDMI function of the system and TV.

The Control for HDMI function for system and TV is simultaneously set to on.

Other Operations

THEATER

NIGHT S-AIR MODE

DYNAMIC BASS TV

TV ONE-TOUCH

PLAY

BRAVIA Sync

Preparing for the Control for HDMI function

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To set the [Control for HDMI] function of the system to on/off manually

1 Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2 Press C/c to select [Setup].

3 Press X/x to select [HDMI Settings], then press .

The options for [HDMI Settings] appear.

4 Press X/x to select [Control for HDMI], then press .

5 Press X/x to select the setting, then press .

[On]: On. [Off]: Off.

Note

During the setting of the Control for HDMI function for the system, the System Audio Control function does not work.

Tip

The default setting of the Control for HDMI function of the system is [On].

(Theater Mode) If your TV is compatible with the Theater mode, when you press THEATER, you can enjoy the optimum video mode and sound quality suited for movies, and TV sound is output from the systems speakers automatically. Also, the TVs video mode switches to Theater Mode.

(One-Touch Play) By only pressing ONE-TOUCH PLAY, the TV turns on, the TV is set for BD/DVD input selector, and the system starts playing a disc automatically. Also, when you insert a disc, One-Touch Play is enabled. If One-Touch Play does not start (in the case of inserting a disc that is not compatible with the auto playback function), press N or ONE-TOUCH PLAY.

The system and TV work as follows (e.g.):

(System Power Off) When you turn the TV off by using the POWER button on the TVs remote or TV "/1 on the systems remote, the system turns off automatically.

Note

Before using the System Power Off function, set the function for TV power. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

Depending on the status, the system or the connected components may not turn off automatically. For details, see the operating instructions supplied with the connected components.

Using the Theater Mode

Watching BD/DVD by a single button press

This system TV

Turns on. (If not already turned on.)

r

Switches to BD/DVD function.

r

Starts playing the disc and outputs the sound.

Turns on. (If not already turned on.)

r

Switches to HDMI input.

r

Minimizes sound level.

(System Audio Control)

Turning the system off in sync with the TV

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(System Audio Control) You can enjoy TV sound in this system by easy operation. To use this function, connect the system and the TV with an audio cord and an HDMI cable (page 21).

You can use the System Audio Control function as follows: You can enjoy TV sound from the speakers of

the system by means of a simple operation. For details, see the operating instructions of the TV.

When the system is turned on, TV sound will be output from the speakers of the system.

When TV sound is output from the speakers of the system, you can adjust the volume and turn off the sound of the system using the TV remote.

Note

While the TV is in PAP (picture and picture) mode, the System Audio Control function will not work. When the TV exits PAP mode, the output method of the TV returns to the one before PAP mode.

(Volume Limit) If you change the output method of the TV to the system speaker on the TV menu or by pressing THEATER, loud sound may be output depending on the volume level of the system. You can prevent this by limiting the maximum level of the volume. For details, see [Volume Limit] (page 82).

(Language Follow) When you change the language for the on-screen display of the TV, the systems on-screen display language is also changed after turning the system off and on.

Enjoying TV sound from the speakers in this system

Setting the Maximum Volume Level of the System

Changing the language for the on-screen display of the TV

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Calibrating the Appropriate Settings Automatically [Auto Calibration] D. C. A. C. (Digital Cinema Auto Calibration) can set the appropriate surround sound automatically.

Note

The system outputs a loud test sound when [Auto Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.

1 Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2 Press C/c to select [Setup].

3 Press X/x to select [Audio Settings], then press .

4 Press X/x to select [Auto Calibration], then press .

The confirmation display for [Auto Calibration] appears.

5 Connect the calibration mic to the A.CAL MIC jack on the rear panel.

Set up the calibration mic at ear level using a tripod, etc. (not supplied). The front of each speaker should face the calibration mic, and there should be no obstruction between the speakers and the calibration mic.

6 Press X/x to select [Start].

To cancel, select [Cancel].

7 Press .

[Auto Calibration] starts. The system adjusts the speaker settings automatically. Be quiet during the measurement.

Note

Before [Auto Calibration], make sure that the surround amplifier turns on and you install the surround amplifier in the appropriate location. If you install the surround amplifier in an improper location, such as another room, proper measurement will not be obtained.

When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround back speakers (page 17), install the speakers in appropriate location and turn the surround amplifier on.

Loud test sound is output when [Auto Calibration] starts. You cannot turn the volume down. Give consideration to children and neighbors.

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DIGITAL IN

AUDIO IN AUDIO IN

A. CAL MIC

ECM-AC2

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Calibration].

The conclusions appear on the TV screen. Press C/c to change the page. The first page shows the distance of speakers. The second page shows the level of speakers.

Note

If measurement fails, follow the message then retry [Auto Calibration].

Tip

You can change a measurement unit (feet or meters) by pressing the color button (RED).

9 Press X/x to select [OK] or [Cancel], then press .

x The measurement is OK. Disconnect the calibration mic, then select [OK]. The result is implemented.

x The measurement is not OK. Follow the message, then select [OK] to retry.

Note

While the Auto Calibration function works:

do not turn off the power.

do not press any button.

do not change the volume.

do not change the function.

do not change the disc.

do not insert or eject a disc.

do not connect the headphones to the surround amplifier.

do not disconnect the calibration mic.

Setting the Speakers [Speaker Settings] To obtain the best possible surround sound, set connection of the speakers and their distance from your listening position. Then use the test tone to adjust the level and the balance of the speakers to the same level.

1 Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2 Press C/c to select [Setup].

3 Press X/x to select [Audio Settings], then press .

4 Press X/x to select [Speaker Settings], then press .

The [Speaker Settings] display appears.

5 Press X/x to select the item, press .

Setup the following settings.

x [Connection] If you do not connect center or surround speakers, set the parameters for [Center] and [Surround]. Since the front speaker and subwoofer settings are fixed, you cannot change them. When you use the Wireless Surround Speaker Kit (WAHT-SBP1, optional) for the surround back speakers (page 17), set [Surround Back] also.

[Front]

[Yes]

[Center]

[Yes]: Normally select this. [None]: Select this if no center speaker is used.

[Surround]

[Yes]: Normally select this. [None]: Select this if no surround speaker is used.

[Surround Back]

[Yes]: Select this if surround back speakers are used. [None]: Select this if no surround back speaker is used.

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[Subwoofer]

[Yes]

x [Distance] When you move the speakers, be sure to set the parameters of the distance (A) from the listening position to the speakers. You can set the parameters from 0 to 23 feet (0.0 to 7.0 meters).

The speakers in the illustration correspond to the following: 1Center speaker 2Front left speaker (L) 3Front right speaker (R) 4Subwoofer 5Surround left speaker (L) 6Surround right speaker (R) 7Surround back left speaker (L) (optional) 8Surround back right speaker (R) (optional)

[Front Left/Right] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the front speaker distance. [Center]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the center speaker distance. [Surround Left/Right]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the surround speaker distance. [Surround Back Left/Right]* 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the surround back speaker distance. [Subwoofer] 10 ft/3.0 m: Set the subwoofer distance. * This item appears when you set to [Yes] in the

[Connection] setting.

Note

Depending on the input stream, [Distance] may not be effective.

Tip

You can change a measurement unit (feet or meters) by pressing the color button (RED).

x [Level] You can adjust the sound level of the speakers. You can set the parameters from 6.0 dB to +6.0 dB. Be sure to set [Test Tone] to [On] for easy adjustment.

[Front Left/Right] 0.0 dB: Set the front speaker level. [Center]* 0.0 dB: Set the center speaker level. [Surround Left/Right]* 0.0 dB: Set the surround speaker level. [Surround Back Left/Right]* 0.0 dB: Set the surround back speaker level. [Subwoofer] 0.0 dB: Set the subwoofer level. * This item appears when you set to [Yes] in the

[Connection] setting.

x [Test Tone] The speakers will emit a test tone to adjust [Level].

[Off]: The test tone is not emitted from the speakers. [On]: The test tone is emitted from each speaker in sequence while adjusting level. When you select one of the [Speaker Settings] items, the test tone is emitted from each speaker in sequence. Adjust the sound level as follows.

1 Set [Test Tone] to [On].

2 Press X/x to select [Level], then press .

3 Press X/x to select the desired speaker type, then press .

4 Press C/c to select the left or right speaker, then press X/x to adjust the level.

5 Press .

6 Repeat Steps 3 to 5.

7 Press RETURN.

The system returns to the previous display.

8 Press X/x to select [Test Tone], then press .

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Note

The test tone signals are not output from the HDMI OUT jack.

Tip

To adjust the volume of all the speakers at one time, press VOLUME +/.

Controlling Your TV with the Supplied Remote By adjusting the remote signal, you can control your TV with the supplied remote.

Note

When you replace the batteries of the remote, the code number may reset itself to the default (SONY) setting. Reset the appropriate code number.

Press and hold TV [/1 while entering your TVs manufacturers code (see the table) using the number buttons. Then release TV [/1.

If you successfully set the manufacturers code, the TV button flashes twice slowly. If the setting is unsuccessful, the TV button flashes five times quickly.

Code numbers of controllable TVs If more than one code number is listed, try entering them one at a time until you find the code that works with your TV.

Preparing the remote for controlling the TV

Manufacturer Code number

SONY 501 (default), 502

DAEWOO 506

EMERSON 567

FUNAI 548

GE 509

GOLDSTAR/LG 503, 517, 544, 568

GRUNDIG 533

HITACHI 514

ITT 521, 522

JVC 516

LOEWE 518

MITSUBISHI/MGA 527

NEC 503

NOKIA 521, 522, 573, 575

PANASONIC 553, 572

PHILIPS 515, 518, 557, 570

PIONEER 526

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You can control the TV using the following buttons. To use these buttons (other than THEATER, TV [/1, TV INPUT), set the remote to the TV mode by pressing TV, so that TV lights up for 1 second. To exit the TV mode, press TV so that TV flashes four times.

Note

While in the TV mode, if you press any of the following buttons, TV lights up. (Depending on the manufacturer setting, some buttons may not work, and TV does not light up.)

When you press other than the following buttons while the remote is in the TV mode, TV flashes four times and the remote exits the TV mode automatically, and the system is operated as the function of the pressed button.

Depending on the TV, you may not be able to use some or all of the buttons.

Tip

The function of these buttons are same as the remote buttons of the SONY TV. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the TV.

RADIO SHACK 565

RCA/PROSCAN 510

SABA 530, 537, 558

SAMSUNG 515, 517, 544, 566, 569, 571, 574

SANYO 508, 545

SHARP 535, 565

TELEFUNKEN 547, 558

THOMSON 547, 549

TOSHIBA 541, 551

ZENITH 543

Controlling the TV with the remote

By pressing You can

TV "/1 Turn the TV on or off.

THEATER Enjoy optimal images and sound suited for movies.

TV INPUT Switch the TVs input source between the TV and other input sources.

VOLUME +/ Adjust the TV volume.

CH +/ Select the TV channel.

MUTING Turn off the TV sound temporarily.

Manufacturer Code number

Number buttons, , ENTER

Select the TV channel.

HOME Display the menu of the TV.

FAVORITES Display the favorite channel list.

CC Display closed captioning.

GUIDE Display the Digital Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).

TOOLS Display the operation menu for the current display.

RETURN Return to the previous channel or layer on the menu of the TV.

Input . (dot) when inputting numerics.

WIDE Change the aspect ratio of the connected TV.

C/X/x/c, Select the item on the menu.

DISPLAY Display the information.

By pressing You can

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Using the Sleep Timer You can set the system to turn off at a preset time, so you can fall asleep listening to music. You can preset the time in 10-minute increments.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until SLEEP MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x to select a setting.

The minutes display (the remaining time) changes by 10 minutes.

Tip

You can select the remaining time by pressing the number buttons. In this case, you can preset the time in 1-minute increments.

4 Press .

The setting is made and SLEEP flashes in the front panel display.

5 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

Changing the Brightness of the Front Panel Display The brightness of the front panel display can be set to either of 2 levels.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until DISP MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until DIMMER appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x to select the brightness of the front panel display.

DIMMER OFF: Bright. DIMMER ON: Dark.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

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Deactivating the Buttons on the Unit (Child Lock) You can deactivate the buttons on the unit (except for "/1) for preventing misoperation, such as child mischief (child lock function).

Press x on the unit for more than 5 seconds.

CHILD LOCK and ON appear in the front panel display. The child lock function is activated and the buttons on the unit are locked. (You can operate the system by using the remote.) To cancel, press x for more than 5 seconds so that CHILD LOCK and OFF appear in the front panel display.

Note

When you operate the buttons on the unit while the child lock function is on, CHILD LOCK appears in the front panel display.

About the demonstration You can turn on/off the demonstration in the front panel display while the system is in standby mode.

1 Press SYSTEM MENU.

2 Press X/x repeatedly until DISP MENU appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

3 Press X/x repeatedly until DEMO appears in the front panel display, then press or c.

4 Press X/x to select a setting.

DEMO ON: On. DEMO OFF: Off. The default setting differs depending on the area.

5 Press .

The setting is made.

6 Press SYSTEM MENU.

The system menu turns off.

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When you purchase the system new, or if the system is at its factory default settings (page 86), you can turn off the demonstration simply by pressing [/1 on the remote.

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Saving Power in Standby Mode Check that the following settings are made:

[Control for HDMI] is set to [Off] (page 63).

S-AIR STBY is set to STBY OFF (page 59).

DEMO is set to DEMO OFF (page 72).

[Standby Mode] is set to [Normal] (page 83).

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Using the Setup Display You can make various adjustments of items such as picture and sound. Select (Setup) on the home menu when you need to change the settings of the system.

Note

Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over the Setup Display settings and not all the functions described may work.

1 Press HOME.

The home menu appears on the TV screen.

2 Press C/c to select [Setup].

3 Press X/x to select the setup category icon to change, then press .

Example: [Video Settings]

You can setup the following options.

4 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

The options for the selected item appear. Example: [TV Type]

Settings and Adjustments

Setup

Video Settings

Audio Settings

BD/DVD Viewing Settings

Photo Settings

Network Update

Setup

TV Type Set the screen aspect ratio of your TV.

Screen Format Original

DVD Aspect Ratio Letter Box

AutoCinema Conversion Mode

Icon Explanation

[Network Update] (page 75) Updates the software of the system.

[Video Settings] (page 76) Makes the video settings according to the type of connecting jacks.

[Audio Settings] (page 78) Makes the audio settings according to the type of connecting jacks.

[BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (page 80) Makes detailed settings for BD/ DVD playback.

[Photo Settings] (page 82) Makes the photo-related settings.

[HDMI Settings] (page 82) Makes the HDMI settings.

[System Settings] (page 83) Makes the system-related settings.

[Network Settings] (page 84) Makes detailed settings for Internet and network.

[Easy Setup] (page 85) Re-runs the Easy Setup to make the basic settings.

[Resetting] (page 86) Resets the system to the factory settings.

Setup

TV Type 16:9

4:3

Screen Format

DVD Aspect Ratio

Cinema Conversion Mode

Options

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press .

The setting is selected and setup is complete. The options for the selected item appear. Example: [4:3]

[Network Update] You can update and improve the functions of the system. For information about update functions, refer to the following website: http://esupport.sony.com

Note

Do not disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) or network cable while downloading or updating software.

All operations, including opening the disc tray, are disabled while updating.

Downloading times may differ depending on the server provider or line status.

When error messages on network connections appear, check the network connections using [Network Diagnostic] of [Internet Settings] in [Network Settings] (page 84).

Tip

The UPDATE */9 counter (* indicates update step) in the front panel display also shows progress of the update.

You can check the current software version by selecting [System Information] in [System Settings] (page 83).

The [Setup] settings remain after updating.

The system informs you of newer software version information when [Software Update Notification] is set to [On] (default) (page 83).

1 Press X/x to select [Network Update], then press .

The unit connects to the network, and the display asks for confirmation.

2 Press C/c to select [OK], then press .

The unit starts downloading, then updating the software automatically. When updating finishes, COMPLETE appears for 5 seconds in the front panel display, then the system automatically turns off.

Setup

TV Type Set the screen aspect ratio of your TV.

Screen Format Original

DVD Aspect Ratio Letter Box

AutoCinema Conversion Mode

4 : 3

Selected setting

Updating the systems software using the network

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3 Press "/1 to turn the system on.

The system starts up with the updated software.

You can update and improve the functions of the system using an update disc provided by a Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

1 Insert the update disc.

The display asks for confirmation.

2 Select [OK], and press .

Software update starts. When updating finishes, COMPLETE appears for 5 seconds in the front panel display, then the system automatically turns off.

3 Press "/1 to turn the system on.

The system starts up with the updated software.

4 Press Z to remove the disc.

[Video Settings] You can make the video settings according to the type of connecting jacks.

x [TV Type] You can select the aspect ratio of the connected TV.

[16:9]: Select this when connecting to a wide- screen TV or a TV with a wide-mode function. [4:3]: Select this when connecting to a 4:3 screen TV without a wide-mode function.

x [Screen Format] You can select the display configuration for a 4:3 screen picture on a 16:9 wide-screen TV.

[Original]: Select this when connecting to a TV with a wide-mode function. Displays a 4:3 screen picture in 16:9 aspect ratio even on a wide-screen TV. [Fixed Aspect Ratio]: Changes the picture size to fit the screen size with the original picture aspect ratio.

x [DVD Aspect Ratio] You can select the display configuration for playback of 16:9 screen pictures on a 4:3 screen TV (selectable when [TV Type] is set to [4:3] and [Screen Format] is set to [Fixed Aspect Ratio]).

[Letter Box]: Displays a wide picture with black bands on the top and bottom.

[Pan & Scan]: Displays a full-height picture on the entire screen, with trimmed sides.

Updating the systems software using an update disc

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x [Cinema Conversion Mode] You can set the video conversion method for 480p, 720p, 1080i, or 1080p* signals from the HDMI OUT jack or the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. * HDMI only

[Auto]: Normally select this. The unit automatically detects whether the material is video-based or film-based, and switches to the appropriate conversion method. [Video]: The conversion method suited for video-based material will always be selected regardless of the material.

x [Output Video Format] You can select the jack type to output video signals. For details, see Video Output Resolution (page 99).

1 Press X/x to select the jack type to output video signals, then press .

Note

When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time, select [Component Video].

[TV Connection Method]

[HDMI]: Outputs signals from the HDMI OUT jack according to the [HDMI Resolution] setting below. [Component Video]: Outputs signals from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks according to the [Component Resolution] setting below. [Video]: Outputs signals from the VIDEO OUT jack.

2 (When you select [HDMI] or [Component Video]) Press X/x to select the signal type for the HDMI OUT jack or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks, then press .

When you change the video output resolution, a picture is displayed in the selected resolution for about 30 seconds, then the display asks for confirmation. Follow the on-screen instructions. HD lights up in the front panel display when outputting 720p/1080i/1080p video signals.

Note

If the picture is distorted or no picture appears, wait for about 30 seconds without pressing any buttons. The display returns to the resolution setting screen.

If the selected video output resolution is incorrect, no picture appears on the screen when you press any button in 30 seconds. In this case, press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the video output resolution to the lowest resolution.

When connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time, video signals may not output from the jacks, other than from the HDMI OUT jack, when [Auto] or [1080p] is selected.

[HDMI Resolution]/[Component Resolution]

[Auto] (HDMI only): Normally select this. The unit outputs signals starting from the highest resolution acceptable to the TV: 1080p > 1080i > 720p > 480p > 480i If the resulting image format is undesirable, try another setting that suits your TV. [480i]: Outputs 480i video signals. [480p]: Outputs 480p video signals. [720p]: Outputs 720p video signals. [1080i]: Outputs 1080i video signals. [1080p] (HDMI only): Outputs 1080p video signals.

x [BD-ROM 1080/24p Output] You can set to output 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals when playing film-based materials on BD-ROMs (720p/24 Hz or 1080p/24 Hz). 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals can be output when all of the following conditions are met.

You connect a 1080/24p-compatible TV using the HDMI OUT jack,

[Output Video Format] is set to [HDMI], and

[HDMI Resolution] is set to [Auto] or [1080p].

The 24P indicator lights up when outputting 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals.

[Auto]: Outputs 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals only when connecting a 1080/24p- compatible TV using the HDMI OUT jack. [On]: Outputs 1920 1080p/24 Hz video signals regardless of the connected TV type.

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[Off]: Select this when your TV is not compatible with 1080/24p video signals.

Note

Video signals may not be output when [BD-ROM 1080/24p Output] is set to [On].

x [YCbCr/RGB (HDMI)] You can set the color setting for video signals output from the HDMI OUT jack. Select the setting that matches the connected TV type.

[Auto]: Automatically detects the type of external device, and switches to the matching color setting. [YCbCr (4:2:2)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:2:2 video signals. [YCbCr (4:4:4)]: Outputs YCbCr 4:4:4 video signals. [RGB (16-235)]: Select this when connecting to a device with an HDCP-compliant DVI jack. [RGB (0-255)]: Select this when connecting to an RGB (0-255) device.

x [x.v.Color Output] You can set whether to send xvYCC information to the connected TV. Combining xvYCC-compatible video with a TV that supports x.v.Color display makes it possible to more accurately reproduce object colors present in the natural world.

[Auto]: Normally select this. [Off]: Select this when the picture is unstable or colors appear unnatural.

x [Pause Mode] (BD/DVD VIDEO/DVD-R/ DVD-RW only) You can select the picture in pause mode.

[Auto]: The picture, including subjects that move dynamically, is output with no jitter. Normally select this position. [Frame]: The picture, including subjects that do not move dynamically, is output in high resolution.

[Audio Settings] You can make the audio settings.

x [BD Audio Setting] You can select whether to mix or not mix the interactive audio (button sound, effect sound, etc.) and secondary audio (commentary) when playing a BD that contains such audio.

[Mix]: Outputs the audio obtained by mixing the interactive audio and secondary audio to the primary audio. [Direct]: Outputs the primary audio only.

x [Audio DRC] (BD/DVD VIDEO only) You can compress the dynamic range of the sound track. [Audio DRC] is useful for watching movies at low volume late at night.

[Auto]: Performs playback at the dynamic range specified by the disc (BD-ROM only). [Off]: No compression of dynamic range. [On]: The system reproduces the sound track with the kind of dynamic range that the recording engineer intended.

x [Attenuate - TV] Distortion may occur when you listen to a component connected to the TV (AUDIO IN L/ R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by reducing the input level on the unit. Distortion is not a malfunction and will depend on the component connected.

[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output level is changed. [Off]: Normal input level.

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x [Attenuate - AUDIO] Distortion may occur when you listen to a component connected to the AUDIO (AUDIO IN L/R) jacks. You can prevent distortion by reducing the input level on the unit. Distortion is not a malfunction and will depend on the component connected.

[On]: Attenuates the input level. The output level is changed. [Off]: Normal input level.

x [BD/DVD Audio Output] The system cannot output multi-channel sound from both the HDMI OUT jack and systems speakers simultaneously. You can select the output method.

[Speaker only]: Outputs multi-channel sound from the systems speakers only. [Speaker priority]: Outputs multi-channel sound from the systems speakers and 2-channel linear PCM signals from the HDMI OUT jack. [HDMI priority]: Outputs 2-channel stereo sound from the systems speakers, and enables sound output from the HDMI OUT jack. Sound format from the HDMI OUT jack depends on the connected component.

Note

When you set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI priority], a confirmation message appears on the TV screen. Press C/c to select [OK] to complete the setup.

When you set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI priority], the SOUND MODE, DYNAMIC BASS, NIGHT, TONE, and DEC. MODE functions are disabled.

When the System Audio Control function (page 65) is activated, this setting may change automatically.

x [Sound Effect] You can set the systems sound effects (SOUND MODE, DYNAMIC BASS, NIGHT, TONE, and DEC. MODE) to on/off.

[On]: Enables all of the systems sound effects. The upper limit of sampling frequency is set to 48kHz. [Off]: The sound effects are disabled. Select this when you do not want to set the upper limit of sampling frequency.

x [Speaker Settings] To obtain the best possible surround sound, set the speakers. For details, see Setting the Speakers (page 67).

x [Auto Calibration] You can calibrate the appropriate settings automatically. For details, see Calibrating the Appropriate Settings Automatically (page 66).

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[BD/DVD Viewing Settings] You can make detailed settings for BD/DVD playback.

x [BD/DVD Menu] You can select the default menu language for BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs. When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears. Enter the code for your language by referring to Language Code List (page 102).

x [Audio] You can select the default track language for BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs. When you select [Original], the language given priority in the disc is selected. When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears. Enter the code for your language by referring to Language Code List (page 102).

x [Subtitle] You can select the default subtitle language for BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs. When you select [Select Language Code], the display for entering the language code appears. Enter the code for your language by referring to Language Code List (page 102).

x [BD Parental Control] Playback of some BD-ROMs can be limited according to the age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes.

1 Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons.

2 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

3 Press X/x to select the age restriction, then press .

The lower the value, the stricter the limitation. If you select [Select Age Restriction], you can enter the age restriction level from [0]

to [255] using C/X/x/c and the number buttons.

To cancel the Parental Control setting

Select [No Restrictions].

Note

If you forget the password, reset the system (page 86) and set a new password (see [Password] (page 81)).

When you play discs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this unit.

Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level.

When [255] is selected in [Select Age Restriction], the Parental Control setting is canceled.

Tip

You can change the password. See [Password] (page 81).

x [DVD Parental Control] Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be limited according to a predetermined level such as the age of the users. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes.

1 Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons.

2 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

3 Press X/x to select a level, then press .

The lower the value, the stricter the limitation.

To cancel the Parental Control setting

Select [No Restrictions].

Note

If you forget the password, reset the system (page 86) and set a new password (see [Password] (page 81)).

When you play discs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this unit.

Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level.

Tip

You can change the password. See [Password] (page 81).

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x [Parental Control Region Code] Playback of some BD-ROMs or DVD VIDEOs can be limited according to the geographic area. Scenes may be blocked or replaced with different scenes.

1 Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons.

2 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

3 Press X/x to select the area restriction, then press .

When you select [Select Region Code], the display for entering the region code appears. Enter the code for the area restriction by referring to Parental Control/ Area Code List (page 102).

Note

If you forget the password, reset the system (page 86) and set a new password (see [Password] (page 81)).

When you play discs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this unit.

Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level.

Tip

You can change the password. See [Password] (page 81).

x [Password] You can set or change the password for the Parental Control function. A password allows you to set a restriction on BD-ROM or DVD VIDEO playback. If necessary, you can differentiate the restriction levels for BD-ROMs and DVD VIDEOs.

1 Enter your four-digit password using the number buttons.

2 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

To change the password

1 After Step 1, enter your four-digit password using the number buttons.

2 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

3 Enter a new password using the number buttons.

4 Press X/x to select [OK], then press .

x [Hybrid Disc Playback Layer] You can select the layer priority when playing a Hybrid Disc. To change the setting, turn the system off and on again.

[BD]: Plays BD layer. [DVD/CD]: Plays DVD or CD layer.

x [BD Internet Connection] You can set whether or not to allow Internet connections from the contents of a BD (in BDMV mode) being played. Network connections and settings are required when using this function (page 84).

[Allow]: Normally select this. [Do not allow]: Prohibits Internet connection.

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[Photo Settings] You can make the photo-related settings.

x [Slideshow Speed] You can change the slideshow speed.

[Fast]: Photos change rapidly. [Normal]: Photos change at normal speed. [Slow]: Photos change slowly.

[HDMI Settings] You can make the HDMI settings.

x [Control for HDMI] You can set the [Control for HDMI] function to on/off. For details, see Using the Control for HDMI Function for BRAVIA Sync (page 63).

[On]: On. You can operate mutually between components that are connected with an HDMI cable. [Off]: Off.

x [Volume Limit] If you change the output method of the TV to the system speaker on the TV menu or by pressing THEATER, the System Audio Control (page 65) is activated and loud sound may be output depending on the volume level of the system. You can prevent this by limiting the maximum level of the volume.

[Level3]: Maximum volume level is set to 10. [Level2]: Maximum volume level is set to 15. [Level1]: Maximum volume level is set to 20. [Off]: Off.

Note

This function is available only when you connect the unit and TV with an HDMI cable and [Control for HDMI] is set to [On].

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[System Settings] You can make the system-related settings.

x [OSD] You can select your language for the system on- screen displays.

x [Standby Mode] You can shorten the startup time when turning the system on.

[Quick Start]: Shortens the startup time from standby mode. You can operate the system quickly after turning it on. [Normal]: The default setting.

Note

When [Standby Mode] is set to [Quick Start], power consumption will be higher than when [Standby Mode] is set to [Normal].

x [Auto Display] You can display information when switching audio modes or during playback.

[On]: Automatically displays information on the screen when changing the viewing titles, picture modes, audio signals, etc. [Off]: Displays information only when you press DISPLAY.

x [Screen Saver] The screen saver image appears when you do not use the system for more than 15 minutes while an on-screen display, such as the home menu, is displayed on your TV screen. The screen saver image helps prevent your display device from becoming damaged (ghosting).

[On]: Turns on the screen saver function. [Off]: Off.

x [Software Update Notification] You can get information on newer software versions. The information appears on the TV screen when you turn the system on. Network connections and settings are required when using this function (page 84).

[On]: Sets the system to inform you of newer software version information (page 75). [Off]: Off.

x [System Information] You can display the systems software version information and the MAC address.

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[Network Settings] You can make detailed settings for Internet and network.

x [Internet Settings] These items are necessary when you connect to the Internet via a network cable. Enter the respective (alphanumeric) values for your broadband router or Wireless LAN router. The items that need to be set may differ, depending on the Internet service provider or the router. For details, refer to the instruction manuals that have been provided by your Internet service provider or supplied with the router.

1 Press X/x to select [IP Address Acquisition], then press .

2 Press X/x to select an item, then press .

[Use DHCP]: Select this when DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server settings are available from your Internet service provider. The network settings necessary for the system will be assigned automatically. If you set [DNS Server Auto Acquisition] to [Off], set the following items:

[DNS Server (Primary)]

[DNS Server (Secondary)]

[Use Static IP Address]: Set the IP address manually according to your network environment. Set the following items:

[IP Address]

[Subnet Mask]

[Default Gateway]

[DNS Server (Primary)]

[DNS Server (Secondary)]

Note

When you set the [DNS Server (Primary)]/ [DNS Server (Secondary)] addresses manually, enter the [DNS Server (Primary)] address. Otherwise, the [Internet Settings] will be set incorrectly.

3 If your ISP has a specific proxy server setting, press X/x to select [Proxy Settings], then press .

The [Proxy Settings] display appears. If the proxy server does not have a specific setting, go to step 8.

4 Press X/x to select [Use of Proxy Server], then press .

5 Press X/x to select [On], then press .

6 Select [Proxy Server] and [Port], and enter the settings.

To enter the proxy server, see To enter characters (page 84).

7 Press RETURN.

8 Press X/x to select [Network Diagnostic], then press .

9 Press C/c to select [Start], then press .

10 Check that the message [Network connections are correct.] appears.

The setup is finished. If the message does not appear, follow the on-screen messages.

To enter characters The display for entering characters appears when you select [Proxy Server] in [Proxy Settings].

1 Press the number button repeatedly to select a character.

Example: Press the number 3 button once to enter [D]. Press the number 3 button three times to enter [F].

2 Press c, and enter the next character.

3 Press YELLOW ([Finish]) to finish.

Proxy Server Entry

Space 0

Letter Type Symbol

Clear

Clear All

Cancel

Finish

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You can use the following buttons to enter characters. [Easy Setup]

You can recall the Easy Setup to make the basic settings.

1 Press C/c to select [Start], then press .

2 Follow the instructions for Step 3: Performing the Easy Setup (page 29) from step 4.

Buttons Details

RED [Letter Type]

Switches the keyboard between alphabet and numbers.

GREEN [A/a]

Switches the keyboard between upper case and lower case.

BLUE [Symbol]

Displays the keyboard for symbols.

YELLOW [Finish]

The input is entered, and the system returns to the previous display.

CLEAR [Clear]/[Clear All]

Erases the character to the right of the cursor.

To erase all displayed characters, press and hold CLEAR for 2 seconds or more.

RETURN [Cancel]

Returns to the previous display, canceling the input.

C/X/x/c, Select an input function using C/X/x/c, and press .

Enter characters as follows: 1Select a character selection panel using C/X/x/c, and press

. 2Select a character using C/c, and press .

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[Resetting]

You can reset the system settings to their factory default. Settings can be reset by function group. All the settings within the group will be reset.

1 Press to select [Reset to Factory Default Settings], then press .

2 Press X/x to select the settings you want to reset to default, then press .

You can reset the following settings:

[Video Settings]

[Audio Settings]

[BD/DVD Viewing Settings] (except for the [BD Parental Control], [DVD Parental Control], [Parental Control Region Code], [Password] settings)

[Photo Settings]

[HDMI Settings]

[System Settings]

[Network Settings]

[All Settings] (except for the [BD Parental Control], [DVD Parental Control], [Parental Control Region Code], [Password] settings)

The display asks for confirmation.

Note

When [All Settings] is selected, all system settings other than the settings related to the password are reset, and the system turns off.

Settings for Adjusting pictures for videos (page 42) are not reset.

3 Press C/c to select [Start], then press .

To cancel, select [Cancel].

You can reset all the system settings to the default settings.

1 Press to select [Reset to Factory Default Settings], then press .

2 Press X/x to select [All Settings], then press .

The display asks for confirmation.

3 Press x and VOLUME on the unit at the same time for more than 5 seconds.

All system settings are reset to the default settings, and the system turns off.

Note

Settings for Adjusting pictures for videos (page 42) are not reset.

Resetting the system settings other than the settings related to password

Resetting all the system settings to the default

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Precautions On safety To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects

filled with liquids, such as vases, on the system, or place the system near water, such as near a bathtub or shower room. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the system and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

Do not touch the AC power cord (mains lead) with wet hands. Doing so may cause an electric shock.

On power sources Unplug the unit from the wall outlet (mains) if you do

not intend to use it for an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, never by the cord.

On placement Place the system in a location with adequate

ventilation to prevent heat build-up in the system.

At high volume, over long periods of time, the cabinet becomes hot to the touch. This is not a malfunction. However, touching the cabinet should be avoided. Do not place the system in a confined space where ventilation is poor as this may cause overheating.

Do not block the ventilation slots by putting anything on the system. The system is equipped with a high power amplifier. If the ventilation slots are blocked, the system can overheat and malfunction.

Do not place the system on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation slots.

Do not install the system in a confined space, such as a bookshelf or similar unit.

Do not install the system near heat sources such as radiators, air ducts, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration, or shock.

Do not install the system in an inclined position. It is designed to be operated in a horizontal position only.

Keep the system and discs away from components with strong magnets, such as microwave ovens, or large loudspeakers.

Do not place heavy objects on the system.

On operation If the system is brought directly from a cold to a warm

location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the unit. Should this occur, the system may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc and leave the system turned on for about half an hour until the moisture evaporates.

When you move the system, take out any disc. If you dont, the disc may be damaged.

If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

On adjusting volume Do not turn up the volume while listening to a section

with very low level inputs or no audio signals. If you do, the speakers may be damaged when a peak level section is suddenly played.

On cleaning Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a soft cloth

slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine. If you have any questions or problems concerning your system, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

On cleaning discs, disc/lens cleaners Do not use cleaning discs or disc/lens cleaners

(including wet or spray types). These may cause the apparatus to malfunction.

On replacement of parts In the events that this system is repaired, repaired

parts may be collected for reuse or recycling purposes.

On your TVs color If the speakers should cause the TV screen to have

color irregularity, turn off the TV then turn it on after 15 to 30 minutes. If color irregularity should persist, place the speakers further away from the TV set.

Additional Information

IMPORTANT NOTICE Caution: This system is capable of holding a still video image or on-screen display image on your television screen indefinitely. If you leave the still video image or on-screen display image displayed on your TV for an extended period of time you risk permanent damage to your television screen. Projection televisions are especially susceptible to this.

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On moving the system Before moving the system, make sure that there is no disc inserted, and remove the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains).

Notes about the Discs On handling discs To keep the disc clean, handle the disc by its

edge. Do not touch the surface. Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.

Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, or leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as the temperature may rise considerably inside the car.

After playing, store the disc in its case.

On cleaning Before playing, clean the disc with a cleaning

cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.

Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for vinyl LPs.

This system can only playback a standard circular disc. Using neither standard nor circular discs (e.g., card, heart, or star shape) may cause a malfunction.

Do not use a disc that has a commercially available accessory attached, such as a label or ring.

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Troubleshooting If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the system, use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Note that if service personnel changes some parts during repair, these parts may be retained. In the event of a problem with the S-AIR function, have a Sony dealer check the entire system together (S-AIR main unit and sub unit).

Power

Picture

Symptom Remedy

The power is not turned on. Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected securely.

Press "/1 after STANDBY disappears from the front panel display.

If PROTECTOR and PUSH POWER appear alternately in the front panel display.

Press "/1 to turn off the system, and check the following items after STANDBY disappears.

Are the + and speaker cords short-circuited?

Are you using only the specified speakers?

Is anything blocking the ventilation holes of the system?

After checking the above items and fixing any problems, turn on the system. If the cause of the problem cannot be found even after checking all the above items, consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Symptom Remedy

There is no picture. The video connecting cords are not connected securely.

The video connecting cords are damaged.

The unit is not connected to the correct TV input jack (page 21).

The video input on the TV is not set so that you can view pictures from the system.

Check the output method on your system (page 21).

Re-connect the connecting cord securely.

The unit is connected to an input device that is not HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) compliant (HDMI on the front panel does not light up) (page 21).

When playing a double-layer DVD, the video and audio may be momentarily interrupted at the point where the layers switch.

No picture appears when the video output resolution selected in [Output Video Format] is incorrect.

Press and hold N and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to reset the video output resolution to the lowest resolution.

Video signals are not output from the jacks, other than from the HDMI OUT jack, when connecting the HDMI OUT jack and other video output jacks at the same time.

Set [Output Video Format] to [Component Video] (page 77).

The dark area of the picture is too dark/the bright area is too bright or unnatural.

Set [Picture Quality Mode] to [Standard] (default) (page 42).

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Sound

The picture is not output correctly.

Check the [Output Video Format] settings (page 77).

Picture noise appears. The disc is dirty or flawed.

If the picture output from your system goes through your VCR to get to your TV, the copy-protection signal applied to some BD/DVD programs could affect picture quality. If you still experience problems even when you connect your unit directly to your TV, try connecting your unit to the other input jacks.

Even though you set the aspect ratio in [TV Type] of [Video Settings], the picture does not fill the TV screen.

The aspect ratio on the disc is fixed.

Color irregularity occurs on the TV screen.

If the speakers are used with a CRT-based TV or projector, install the speakers at least 1.0 ft (0.3 meters) from the TV set.

If the color irregularity persists, turn off the TV set once, then turn it on after 15 to 30 minutes.

If howling occurs, reposition the speakers farther away from the TV set.

Make sure that no magnetic object (magnetic latch on a TV stand, health care device, toy, etc.) is placed near the speakers.

Symptom Remedy

There is no sound. The speaker cord is not connected securely.

Press MUTING on the remote if MUTING ON is displayed in the front panel display.

The system is in pause mode. Press N to return to normal play mode.

Fast forward or fast reverse is performed. Press N to return to normal play mode.

Check the speaker settings (page 67).

Slow forward or freeze frame is performed. Press N to return to normal play mode.

No sound is output from the HDMI OUT jack.

The HDMI OUT jack is connected to a DVI (Digital Visual Interface) device jacks do not accept audio signals.

Try the following: 1 Turn the system off and on again. 2 Turn the connected component off and on again. 3 Disconnect and then connect an HDMI cable again.

Set [BD/DVD Audio Output] to [HDMI priority] (page 79).

The left and right sounds are unbalanced or reversed.

Check that the speakers and components are connected correctly and securely.

There is no sound from the subwoofer.

Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 20, 67).

Severe hum or noise is heard. Check that the speakers and components are connected securely.

Check that the connecting cords are away from a transformer or motor, and at least 10 feet (3 meters) away from your TV set or a fluorescent light.

Move your TV away from the audio components.

The plugs and jacks are dirty. Wipe them with a cloth slightly moistened with alcohol.

Clean the disc.

The sound loses stereo effect when you play a CD.

Select stereo sound by pressing AUDIO (page 48).

Make sure the unit is connected properly.

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Operation

The surround effect is difficult to hear when you are playing a sound track of Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG audio.

Check the decoding mode setting (page 33).

Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 20, 67).

Depending on the BD/DVD, the output signal may not be the entire 5.1 channel. It may be monaural or stereo even if the sound track is recorded in Dolby Digital or MPEG audio format.

The sound comes from the center speaker only.

Depending on the disc, the sound may come from the center speaker only.

No sound is heard from the center speaker.

Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 20, 67).

Check the decoding mode setting (page 33).

Depending on the source, the effect of the center speaker may be less noticeable.

A 2 channel source is being played.

No sound or only a very low- level sound is heard from the surround speakers.

Check the speaker connections and settings (pages 20, 67).

Check the decoding mode setting (page 33).

Depending on the source, the effect of the surround speakers may be less noticeable.

A 2 channel source is being played.

The beginning of the sound is cut off.

Set the sound mode to MOVIE or MUSIC (page 47).

Select A.F.D. STD for the decoding mode (page 33).

The sound effects are disabled. The effects of SOUND MODE, DYNAMIC BASS, NIGHT, TONE, and DEC. MODE may be disabled depending on the input stream (page 79).

Distortion occurs in the sound of a connected component.

Reduce the input level for the connected component by setting [Attenuate - TV] or [Attenuate - AUDIO] (page 78).

Symptom Remedy

Radio stations cannot be tuned in.

Check that the antenna (aerial) is connected securely. Adjust the antenna (aerial) or connect an external antenna (aerial) if necessary.

The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic tuning). Use direct tuning.

No stations have been preset or the preset stations have been cleared (when tuning by scanning preset stations). Preset the stations (page 51).

Press DISPLAY so that the frequency appears in the front panel display.

Noise is heard on AM radio. Check the location of the AM loop antenna (aerial) and cord (page 25).

The remote does not function. There are obstacles between the remote and the unit.

The distance between the remote and the unit is too far.

The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the unit.

The batteries in the remote are weak.

When you cannot perform menu operations via the front panel display, press HOME on the remote.

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The disc does not play. The disc is dirty.

There is no disc inserted.

The disc is upside down. Insert the disc with the playback side facing down.

The disc is skewed on the disc tray.

You are attempting to play a disc with a format that cannot be played back by this system (page 96).

The region code on the BD/DVD does not match the system.

Moisture has condensed inside the unit and may cause damage to the lenses. Remove the disc and leave the unit turned on for about half an hour.

The system cannot play a recorded disc that is not correctly finalized (page 96).

File names are not displayed correctly.

The system can only display ISO 8859-1-compliant character formats. Other character formats may be displayed differently.

Depending on the writing software used, the input characters may be displayed differently.

A disc does not start playing from the beginning.

Resume Play has been selected. Press OPTIONS and select [Play from beginning], then press .

The title or BD/DVD menu automatically appears on the TV screen.

The system starts playing the disc automatically.

The BD/DVD features an auto playback function.

Playback stops automatically. Some discs may contain an auto pause signal. While playing such a disc, the system stops playback at the auto pause signal.

You cannot perform some functions such as stop or search.

Depending on the disc, you may not be able to perform some of the operations above. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the disc.

Messages do not appear on the TV screen in the language you want.

In the Setup Display, select the desired language for the on-screen display in [OSD] in [System Settings] (page 83).

The language for the soundtrack/ subtitle or angles cannot be changed.

Try using the BDs or DVDs menu instead of the direct selection button on the remote (page 39).

Multi-lingual tracks/subtitles or multi-angles are not recorded on the BD or DVD being played.

The BD or DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the sound track/ subtitle or angles.

The disc tray does not open and you cannot remove the disc even after you press Z.

Try the following: 1 Press and hold VOLUME and Z on the unit for more than 5 seconds to open the disc tray. 2 Remove the disc. 3 Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after several minutes.

A disc cannot be ejected and LOCKED appears in the front panel display.

Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

The system does not work normally.

Disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect after several minutes.

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The Control for HDMI function does not work.

When HDMI does not light up in the front panel display, check the HDMI connection (page 21).

Set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] to [On] (page 82).

Make sure that the connected component is compatible with the [Control for HDMI] function.

Check that the AC power cord (mains lead) of the connected component is connected securely.

Check the connected components setting for the Control for HDMI function. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the component.

If you change the HDMI connection, connect and disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead), or have a power failure, set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] to [Off], then set [Control for HDMI] in [HDMI Settings] to [On] (page 82).

For details, see Using the Control for HDMI Function for BRAVIA Sync (page 63).

No sound is output from the system and TV while using the System Audio Control function.

Make sure that the connected TV is compatible with the System Audio Control function.

For details, see Using the Control for HDMI Function for BRAVIA Sync (page 63).

The external memory is not recognized.

Try the following: 1 Turn the system off. 2 Align the V mark of the EXT slot with the V mark on the external memory, and insert the external memory (USG1H only). 3 Turn the system on. 4 Check that the EXT indicator lights up in the front panel display.

Bonus contents or other data that are contained in a BD-ROM cannot be played.

Try the following: 1 Remove the disc. 2 Turn the system off. 3 Remove and re-insert the external memory (page 26). 4 Turn the system on. 5 Check that the EXT indicator lights up in the front panel display. 6 Insert the BD-ROM with BonusView/BD-Live.

A message indicating that the local storage does not have enough space appears on the screen.

Delete unnecessary data in the external memory (page 43).

The unit does not work and CHILD LOCK appears in the front panel display when you press any button on the unit.

Set the child lock function to off (page 72).

The system menu does not work. Press HOME on the remote.

Symptom Remedy

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The S-AIR function

Symptom Remedy

S-AIR connection is not established (sound transmission is not established), e.g., the indicator of the S-AIR sub unit does the following:

Turns off.

Flashes.

Turns red.

If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters) away from the unit.

Confirm the ID of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 57).

You performed pairing the unit and another S-AIR sub unit. Perform pairing of the desired S-AIR sub unit (page 60).

The unit is paired to another S-AIR sub unit. To cancel pairing, reset the ID of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 57).

Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless products.

Stop using another wireless product.

The S-AIR sub unit is turned off. Make sure the AC power cord (mains lead) is connected and turn on the S-AIR sub unit.

No sound is heard from the S-AIR sub unit.

If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters) away from the unit.

Confirm the ID of the unit and S-AIR sub unit (page 57).

Confirm the pairing setting (page 60).

Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit closer together.

Avoid use of equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a microwave oven.

Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless products.

Stop using another wireless product.

Change the RF CHANGE setting (page 61).

Change the ID settings of the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit.

Turn off the system and S-AIR sub unit, then turn on them.

There is noise or the sound skips. If you use another S-AIR main unit, place it more than 26 1/4 feet (8 meters) away from the unit.

Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit closer together.

Avoid use of equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a microwave oven.

Install the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit away from other wireless products.

Stop using another wireless product.

Change the RF CHANGE setting (page 61).

Change the ID settings of the S-AIR main unit and S-AIR sub unit.

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Self-diagnosis Function When the self-diagnosis function is activated to prevent the system from malfunctioning, an error code appears in the front panel display, or just appears without any messages on the entire screen. In these cases, check the following.

When an error code appears in the front panel display

When just appears without any messages on the entire screen Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

Error code Corrective action

Exxxx Contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and give the error code.

SYSTEM ERR

UPDATE NG

Turn off the system and disconnect the AC power cord (mains lead) from the wall outlet (mains), then reconnect and turn the system on. If the system does not work normally, consult your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.

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Playable Discs

* JPEG format conforming to UDF (Universal Disk Format).

** Some AVCHD format discs may not play, depending on the recording condition. The AVCHD format disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized.

Notes about BD-ROM compatibility Since the Blu-ray Disc specifications are new and evolving, some discs may not be playable depending on the disc type and the version. The audio output differs depending on the source, connected output jack, and selected audio settings.

Discs that cannot be played BDs with cartridge DVD-RAMs HD DVDs DVD Audio discs PHOTO CDs Data part of CD-Extras VCDs/Super VCDs HD layer on Super Audio CDs BD-ROMs/DVD VIDEOs with a different region code (page 97).

Type Disc logo Characteristics Icon

Blu-ray Disc BD-ROMs and BD-REs/BD-Rs in BDMV and BDAV mode, including 8 cm discs (single layer) and DL discs

DVD VIDEO Discs such as movies that can be purchased or rented

DVD/DATA DVD DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs in +VR mode or DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in video and VR mode, including 8 cm discs (single layer) and DVD+R DL/ DVD-R DL discs

DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/ DVD-Rs containing JPEG* image files

AVCHD Discs recorded in AVCHD format**

CD Music CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in music CD format

DATA CD CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing JPEG image files

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A disc recorded in a color system other than NTSC, such as PAL (this system conforms to the NTSC color system).

Note on playback operations of a BD/DVD Some playback operations of a BD/DVD may be intentionally set by software producers. Since this system plays a BD/DVD according to the disc contents the software producers designed, some playback features may not be available. Refer to the instructions supplied with the BD/DVD.

Region code (BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO only) Your system has a region code printed on the rear of the unit and will only play a BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO (playback only) labeled with identical region codes. This system is used to protect copyrights. DVD VIDEO labeled will also play on this system. If you try to play any other DVD VIDEO, the message [Playback prohibited by region code.] will appear on the TV screen. Depending on the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO, no region code may be indicated even though playing the BD-ROM/DVD VIDEO is prohibited by area restrictions.

Notes about BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or CD-Rs/CD-RWs Some BD-REs/BD-Rs, DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be played on this system due to the recording quality or physical condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the recording device and authoring software. The BD-Rs recorded on a PC cannot be played if postscripts are recordable. A CD or DVD disc will not play if it has not been correctly finalized. For more information, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the recording device. Note that some playback functions may not work with some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if they have been correctly finalized. In this case, view the disc using normal playback.

Notes on discs This product is designed to playback discs that conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. DualDiscs and some music discs encoded with copyright protection technologies do not conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard, therefore, these discs may not be compatible with this product.

Note about double-layer DVDs The playback pictures and sound may be momentarily interrupted when the layers switch.

Note about 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs Some 8 cm BD-REs/8 cm BD-Rs cannot be played on this system.

Note about BD-REs/BD-Rs This system supports Ver. 2.1 BD-RE and Ver. 1.1 and 1.2 BD-R including organic pigment type BD- R (LTH type).

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Supported Audio Formats Audio formats supported by this system are as follows.

a: Supported format.

: Unsupported format.

* BD only.

Note

The table above is valid only when you set [BD Audio Setting] to [Direct] (page 78) and [Sound Effect] to [Off] (page 79). If another setting is used, depending on the audio format, sound may be decoded to a suitable format automatically.

Function

Format

LPCM 2ch LPCM 5.1ch, LPCM 7.1ch

Dolby Digital Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus

DTS DTS-ES Discrete 6.1, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, DTS96/24

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio

DTS-HD Master Audio

BD/DVD a a a a a a* a a

SAT/CABLE TV (DIGITAL IN)

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Video Output Resolution Output resolution differs depending on the [Output Video Format] setting in [Video Settings] (page 76).

* Protected contents on DVDs are output at 480p resolution.

When [Output Video Format] is set to [Video] 480i video signals are output from the VIDEO OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack, and 480p video signals are output from the HDMI OUT jack.

About the video output resolution of the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter 480i video signals are output from the VIDEO OUT jack regardless of the resolution setting, and video signals are not output from the HDMI OUT and COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks when playing contents via the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter.

Resolution setting

When [Output Video Format] is set to [HDMI]

When [Output Video Format] is set to [Component Video]

VIDEO OUT jack

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

jack

HDMI OUT jack

VIDEO OUT jack

COMPONENT VIDEO OUT

jacks

HDMI OUT jack

480i 480i 480i 480i 480i 480i 480i

480p 480i 480i 480p 480i 480p 480p

720p 480i 480i 720p 480i 720p* 720p*

1080i 480i 480i 1080i 480i 1080i* 1080i*

1080p no picture no picture 1080p unselectable unselectable unselectable

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Specifications Amplifier Section (BDV-T10/BDV-T11) POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: (FTC Output Power) for the US model Front L/Front R: With 3 ohms loads, both

channels driven, from 180 - 20,000 Hz; rated 56 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic distortion from 250 milli watts to rated output.

Surround mode (reference) RMS output power Front L/Front R/Center/ Surround L/Surround R*: 133 watts (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Subwoofer*: 135 watts (at 1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10% THD)

* Depending on the decoding mode settings and the

source, there may be no sound output.

Amplifier Section (BDV-E300) POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: (FTC Output Power) for the US model Front L/Front R: With 3 ohms loads, both

channels driven, from 180 - 20,000 Hz; rated 56 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.7% total harmonic distortion from 250 milli watts to rated output.

U.S. models: Surround mode (reference) RMS output power

Front L/Front R/Center/ Surround L/Surround R*: 143 watts (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Subwoofer*: 285 watts (at 1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10% THD)

Other models: Stereo mode (rated) 108 W + 108 W (at 3 ohms,

1 kHz, 1% THD)

Surround mode (reference) RMS output power Front L/Front R/Center/ Surround L/Surround R*: 143 watts (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Subwoofer*: 285 watts (at 1.5 ohms, 80 Hz, 10% THD)

* Depending on the decoding mode settings and the

source, there may be no sound output.

Inputs (Analog) TV (AUDIO IN) Sensitivity: 450/250 mV

Impedance: 50 kilohms AUDIO (AUDIO IN) Sensitivity: 450/250 mV

Impedance: 50 kilohms Inputs (Digital) TV (OPTICAL) Impedance: - SAT/CABLE (COAXIAL)

Impedance: 75 ohms

Video Section Outputs VIDEO: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms

COMPONENT: Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms PB/CB, PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p 75 ohms HDMI OUT: Type A (19 pin)

BD/DVD/CD System Signal format system NTSC

Tuner Section System PLL quartz-locked digital

synthesizer FM tuner section Tuning range 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz

(100 kHz step) Antenna (aerial) FM wire antenna (aerial) Antenna (aerial) terminals 75 ohms, unbalanced Intermediate frequency 10.7 MHz AM tuner section Tuning range 530 kHz - 1,710 kHz (with

the interval set at 10 kHz) 531 kHz - 1,710 kHz (with the interval set at 9 kHz)

Antenna (aerial) AM loop antenna (aerial) Intermediate frequency 450 kHz

Speakers (BDV-T10/BDV-T11)

Front (SS-TSB95) Speaker system Full range Bass reflex Speaker unit 65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 102 mm 163 mm 77

mm (4 1/8 in 6 1/2 in 3 1/8 in) (w/h/d)

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Mass (approx.) 0.52 kg (1 lb 3 oz)

Center (SS-CTB92) Speaker system Full range, Magnetically

Shielded Speaker unit 30 mm 60 mm (1 3/16 in

2 3/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 380 mm 50 mm 64 mm

(15 in 2 in 2 5/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 0.38 kg (14 oz)

Surround (SS-TSB95) Speaker system Full range Bass reflex Speaker unit 65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 102 mm 163 mm 77

mm (4 1/8 in 6 1/2 in 3 1/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 0.52 kg (1 lb 3 oz)

Subwoofer (SS-WSB92) Speaker system Subwoofer Bass reflex Speaker unit 160 mm (6 3/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 1.5 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 220 mm 395 mm 325

mm (8 3/4 in 15 5/8 in 12 7/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 5.6 kg (12 lb 6 oz)

Speakers (BDV-E300)

Front (SS-TSB93) Speaker system 2-Way 2-Driver, Bass

reflex Speaker unit Tweeter: 20 mm (13/16 in)

cone type Woofer: 65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type

Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 105 mm 225 mm 85

mm (4 1/4 in 8 7/8 in 3 3/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 0.7 kg (1 lb 9 oz)

Center (SS-CTB91) Speaker system Full range, Magnetically

Shielded Speaker unit 30 mm 60 mm (1 3/16 in

2 3/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 380 mm 51 mm 68 mm

(15 in 2 1/8 in 2 3/4 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 0.4 kg (15 oz)

Surround (SS-TSB92) Speaker system Full range Bass reflex Speaker unit 65 mm (2 5/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 105 mm 225 mm 85

mm (4 1/4 in 8 7/8 in 3 3/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 0.6 kg (1 lb 6 oz)

Subwoofer (SS-WSB91) Speaker system Subwoofer Bass reflex Speaker unit 180 mm (7 1/8 in) cone type Rated impedance 1.5 ohms Dimensions (approx.) 225 mm 395 mm 325

mm (8 7/8 in 15 5/8 in 12 7/8 in) (w/h/d)

Mass (approx.) 6.2 kg (13 lb 11 oz)

General Power requirements 120 V AC, 60 Hz Power consumption On: 160 W

Standby: 0.3 W (at the Power Saving mode)

Output voltage/current (DIGITAL MEDIA PORT)

DC 5 V/700 mA LAN (100) 100BASE-TX Terminal EXT External memory slot (For

connecting the external memory) DC output: 5 V 500 mA Max

Dimensions (approx.) 430 mm 93 mm 400 mm (17 in 3 3/4 in 15 3/4 in) (w/h/d) incl. projecting parts

Mass (approx.) 5.4 kg (11 lb 15 oz)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Standby power consumption 0.3 W.

Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the certain printed wiring boards.

Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.

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Language Code List The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard.

Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language

1027 Afar 1028 Abkhazian 1032 Afrikaans 1039 Amharic 1044 Arabic 1045 Assamese 1051 Aymara 1052 Azerbaijani 1053 Bashkir 1057 Byelorussian 1059 Bulgarian 1060 Bihari 1061 Bislama 1066 Bengali;

Bangla 1067 Tibetan 1070 Breton 1079 Catalan 1093 Corsican 1097 Czech 1103 Welsh 1105 Danish 1109 German 1130 Bhutani 1142 Greek 1144 English 1145 Esperanto 1149 Spanish 1150 Estonian 1151 Basque 1157 Persian 1165 Finnish 1166 Fiji 1171 Faroese 1174 French 1181 Frisian

1183 Irish 1186 Scots Gaelic 1194 Galician 1196 Guarani 1203 Gujarati 1209 Hausa 1217 Hindi 1226 Croatian 1229 Hungarian 1233 Armenian 1235 Interlingua 1239 Interlingue 1245 Inupiak 1248 Indonesian 1253 Icelandic 1254 Italian 1257 Hebrew 1261 Japanese 1269 Yiddish 1283 Javanese 1287 Georgian 1297 Kazakh 1298 Greenlandic 1299 Cambodian 1300 Kannada 1301 Korean 1305 Kashmiri 1307 Kurdish 1311 Kirghiz 1313 Latin 1326 Lingala 1327 Laothian 1332 Lithuanian 1334 Latvian; Lettish 1345 Malagasy

1347 Maori 1349 Macedonian 1350 Malayalam 1352 Mongolian 1353 Moldavian 1356 Marathi 1357 Malay 1358 Maltese 1363 Burmese 1365 Nauru 1369 Nepali 1376 Dutch 1379 Norwegian 1393 Occitan 1403 (Afan)Oromo 1408 Oriya 1417 Punjabi 1428 Polish 1435 Pashto; Pushto 1436 Portuguese 1463 Quechua 1481 Rhaeto-

Romance 1482 Kirundi 1483 Romanian 1489 Russian 1491 Kinyarwanda 1495 Sanskrit 1498 Sindhi 1501 Sangho 1502 Serbo-Croatian 1503 Singhalese 1505 Slovak 1506 Slovenian

1507 Samoan 1508 Shona 1509 Somali 1511 Albanian 1512 Serbian 1513 Siswati 1514 Sesotho 1515 Sundanese 1516 Swedish 1517 Swahili 1521 Tamil 1525 Telugu 1527 Tajik 1528 Thai 1529 Tigrinya 1531 Turkmen 1532 Tagalog 1534 Setswana 1535 Tonga 1538 Turkish 1539 Tsonga 1540 Tatar 1543 Twi 1557 Ukrainian 1564 Urdu 1572 Uzbek 1581 Vietnamese 1587 Volapk 1613 Wolof 1632 Xhosa 1665 Yoruba 1684 Chinese 1697 Zulu

1703 Not specified

Parental Control/Area Code List

Code Area Code Area Code Area Code Area

2044 Argentina 2047 Australia 2046 Austria 2057 Belgium 2070 Brazil 2079 Canada 2090 Chile 2092 China 2093 Colombia 2115 Denmark 2165 Finland 2174 France

2109 Germany 2200 Greece 2219 Hong Kong 2248 India 2238 Indonesia 2239 Ireland 2254 Italy 2276 Japan 2304 Korea 2333 Luxembourg 2363 Malaysia 2362 Mexico

2376 Netherlands 2390 New Zealand 2379 Norway 2427 Pakistan 2424 Philippines 2428 Poland 2436 Portugal 2489 Russia 2501 Singapore 2149 Spain 2499 Sweden 2086 Switzerland

2543 Taiwan 2528 Thailand 2184 United

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Terms and Conditions of Use and End User License Agreement The Sony Blu-ray Disc player (Product) and associated software (Software) are provided and maintained by Sony Electronics Inc. and its affiliates (Sony). Sony also provides and maintains associated service (the Service), including any subsite accessible through the Services Internet homepage (the Site). The Software includes software embedded in the Product; stored on any media, bundled with the Product or otherwise provided by Sony; downloaded from the Site or otherwise made accessible or provided by Sony; any such media and any printed or on-line or electronic documentation associated with the Product and all updates and upgrades thereto.

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Sonys Privacy Policy is posted on the Site and at http://products.sel.sony.com/SEL/legal/privacy.html, the terms of which are incorporated herein, and applies to your use of the Account, Product, Service, Site, and Software.

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GNU General Public, Lesser General Public, & Other Licenses. Notwithstanding terms in this Agreement, certain portions of the Software are governed by the GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1 (LGPL), GNU General Public License Version 2 (GPL), and other open source code licenses (Open Source Licenses), copies of which are attached hereto and incorporated herein. For such portions of the Software, to the extent there is any conflict between this Agreement and the Open Source Licenses, the Open Source Licenses shall govern as applicable. Certain Source Code Availability. Sony is making available the source code of certain portions of the SOFTWARE per the GPL/ LGPL LICENSES. Please see http://www.sony.com/linux for access to and instructions on obtaining such source code.

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YOUR USE OF THE SOFTWARE, SERVICE, PRODUCT, CONTENT AND/OR SITE IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE SOFTWARE, SERVICE, CONTENT AND SITE ARE PROVIDED AS IS AND, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY LAW, SONY MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER (1) FOR THE ACCURACY, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE SERVICE, SITE, AND/OR SOFTWARE; (2) THAT THE SERVER(S) THAT MAKES THE SERVICE, SOFTWARE, AND/OR SITE AVAILABLE ARE FREE OF VIRUSES OR OTHER COMPONENTS THAT MAY INFECT, HARM, OR CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER, TELEVISION, OTHER EQUIPMENT, OR ANY OTHER PROPERTY. FURTHERMORE, SONY DOES NOT WARRANT OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE USE OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE OF THE SOFTWARE, SERVICE, AND/OR SITE IN TERMS OF ITS CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY SONY OR A SONY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY. SHOULD THE SOFTWARE, SERVICE, AND/OR SITE PROVE DEFECTIVE YOU (AND NOT SONY OR A SONY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE) ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SONYS NEGLIGENCE OR ISSUES RELATED TO THIRD PARTY CONTENT PROVIDERS, SHALL SONY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, OR SPECIAL DAMAGES RELATED TO (A) THE USE OF, (B) THE INABILITY TO USE, OR (C) ERRORS OR OMISSIONS IN THE SOFTWARE, SERVICE, PRODUCT, AND/OR SITE, EVEN IF SONY OR AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE THEREOF HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN NO EVENT SHALL SONYS TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU FOR ALL DAMAGES, LOSSES, AND CAUSES OF ACTION (WHETHER IN CONTRACT OR TORT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) EXCEED $100.00.

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11. General Provisions This Agreement, the limited warranty accompanying the Product, plus any additional terms posted on the Service or Site, together constitute the entire agreement between Sony and you with respect to your use of the Product, Service, Site, Content, and Software. Any notice by Sony hereunder may be made by letter, email, or posting on the Service or Site. Any cause of action you may have with respect to your use of this Site must be commenced within one (1) year after the claim or cause of action arises. If for any reason a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision of this Agreement, or portion thereof, to be unenforceable, that provision shall be enforced to the maximum extent permissible so as to affect the intent of this Agreement, and the remaining terms and conditions of the Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Delaware, United States of America, without reference to its conflicts of law rules. You agree to submit to the personal and exclusive jurisdiction of federal or state courts in Delaware.

Software License Information Required public statement & License for GPL/LGPL licensed software used in this product This product contains software that is subject to the following GNU General Public License (GPL) or GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). These establish that customers have the right to acquire, modify, and redistribute the source code of said software in accordance with the terms of the GPL or the LGPL.

Package List linux-kernel.tar.gz pump lrzsz busybox gcc glibc netbase dosfstools lzo mkcramfs hostname scfs

The source code for the above-listed software is available on the Web. To download, please access the following URL: http://www.sony.net/Products/Linux Please note that Sony cannot answer or respond to any inquiries regarding the content of this source code.

GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2, June 1991

Copyright (C) 1989, 1991 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

Preamble The Licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users. This General Public License applies to most of the Free Software Foundations software and to any other program whose authors commit to using it. (Some other Free Software Foundation software is covered by the GNU Lesser General Public License instead.) You can apply it to your programs, too.

When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish), that you receive source code or can get it if you want it, that you can change the software or use pieces of it in new free programs; and that you know you can do these things.

To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid anyone to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender the rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the software, or if you modify it.

For example, if you distribute copies of such a program, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights that you have. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. And you must show them these terms so they know their rights.

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We protect your rights with two steps: (1) copyright the software, and (2) offer you this license which gives you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify the software.

Also, for each authors protection and ours, we want to make certain that everyone understands that there is no warranty for this free software. If the software is modified by someone else and passed on, we want its recipients to know that what they have is not the original, so that any problems introduced by others will not reflect on the original authors reputations.

Finally, any free program is threatened constantly by software patents. We wish to avoid the danger that redistributors of a free program will individually obtain patent licenses, in effect making the program proprietary. To prevent this, we have made it clear that any patent must be licensed for everyones free use or not licensed at all.

The precise terms and conditions for copying, distribution and modification follow.

GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING, DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION 0. This License applies to any program or other work which

contains a notice placed by the copyright holder saying it may be distributed under the terms of this General Public License. The Program, below, refers to any such program or work, and a work based on the Program means either the Program or any derivative work under copyright law: that is to say, a work containing the Program or a portion of it, either verbatim or with modifications and/or translated into another language. (Hereinafter, translation is included without limitation in the term modification.) Each licensee is addressed as you.

Activities other than copying, distribution and modification are not covered by this License; they are outside its scope. The act of running the Program is not restricted, and the output from the Program is covered only if its contents constitute a work based on the Program (independent of having been made by running the Program). Whether that is true depends on what the Program does.

1. You may copy and distribute verbatim copies of the Programs source code as you receive it, in any medium, provided that you conspicuously and appropriately publish on each copy an appropriate copyright notice and disclaimer of warranty; keep intact all the notices that refer to this License and to the absence of any warranty; and give any other recipients of the Program a copy of this License along with the Program.

You may charge a fee for the physical act of transferring a copy, and you may at your option offer warranty protection in exchange for a fee.

2. You may modify your copy or copies of the Program or any portion of it, thus forming a work based on the Program, and copy and distribute such modifications or work under the terms of Section 1 above, provided that you also meet all of these conditions:

a) You must cause the modified files to carry prominent notices stating that you changed the files and the date of any change.

b) You must cause any work that you distribute or publish, that in whole or in part contains or is derived from the Program or any part thereof, to be licensed as a whole at no charge to all third parties under the terms of this License.

c) If the modified program normally reads commands interactively when run, you must cause it, when started running for such interactive use in the most ordinary way, to print or display an announcement including an appropriate copyright notice and a notice that there is no warranty (or else, saying that you provide a warranty) and that users may redistribute the program under these conditions, and telling the user how to view a copy of this License. (Exception: if the Program itself is interactive but does not normally print such an announcement, your work based on the Program is not required to print an announcement.)

These requirements apply to the modified work as a whole. If identifiable sections of that work are not derived from the Program, and can be reasonably considered independent and separate works in themselves, then this License, and its terms, do not apply to those sections when you distribute them as separate works. But when you distribute the same sections as part of a whole which is a work based on the Program, the distribution of the whole must be on the terms of this License, whose permissions for other licensees extend to the entire whole, and thus to each and every part regardless of who wrote it.

Thus, it is not the intent of this section to claim rights or contest your rights to work written entirely by you; rather, the intent is to exercise the right to control the distribution of derivative or collective works based on the Program.

In addition, mere aggregation of another work not based on the Program with the Program (or with a work based on the Program) on a volume of a storage or distribution medium does not bring the other work under the scope of this License.

3. You may copy and distribute the Program (or a work based on it, under Section 2) in object code or executable form under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above provided that you also do one of the following:

a) Accompany it with the complete corresponding machine- readable source code, which must be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange; or,

b) Accompany it with a written offer, valid for at least three years, to give any third party, for a charge no more than your cost of physically performing source distribution, a complete machine-readable copy of the corresponding source code, to be distributed under the terms of Sections 1 and 2 above on a medium customarily used for software interchange; or,

c) Accompany it with the information you received as to the offer to distribute corresponding source code. (This alternative is allowed only for noncommercial distribution and only if you received the program in object code or executable form with such an offer, in accord with Subsection b above.)

The source code for a work means the preferred form of the work for making modifications to it. For an executable work, complete source code means all the source code for all modules it contains, plus any associated interface definition files, plus the scripts used to control compilation and installation of the executable. However, as a special exception, the source code distributed need not include anything that is normally distributed (in either source or binary form) with the major components (compiler, kernel, and so on) of the operating system on which the executable runs, unless that component itself accompanies the executable.

If distribution of executable or object code is made by offering access to copy from a designated place, then offering equivalent access to copy the source code from the same place counts as distribution of the source code, even though third parties are not compelled to copy the source along with the object code.

4. You may not copy, modify, sublicense, or distribute the Program except as expressly provided under this License. Any attempt otherwise to copy, modify, sublicense or distribute the Program is void, and will automatically terminate your rights under this License. However, parties who have received copies, or rights, from you under this License will not have their licenses terminated so long as such parties remain in full compliance.

5. You are not required to accept this License, since you have not signed it. However, nothing else grants you permission to modify or distribute the Program or its derivative works. These actions are prohibited by law if you do not accept this License. Therefore, by modifying or distributing the Program (or any work based on the Program), you indicate your acceptance of this License to do so, and all its terms and conditions for copying, distributing or modifying the Program or works based on it.

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6. Each time you redistribute the Program (or any work based on the Program), the recipient automatically receives a license from the original licensor to copy, distribute or modify the Program subject to these terms and conditions. You may not impose any further restrictions on the recipients exercise of the rights granted herein. You are not responsible for enforcing compliance by third parties to this License.

7. If, as a consequence of a court judgment or allegation of patent infringement or for any other reason (not limited to patent issues), conditions are imposed on you (whether by court order, agreement or otherwise) that contradict the conditions of this License, they do not excuse you from the conditions of this License. If you cannot distribute so as to satisfy simultaneously your obligations under this License and any other pertinent obligations, then as a consequence you may not distribute the Program at all. For example, if a patent license would not permit royalty-free redistribution of the Program by all those who receive copies directly or indirectly through you, then the only way you could satisfy both it and this License would be to refrain entirely from distribution of the Program.

If any portion of this section is held invalid or unenforceable under any particular circumstance, the balance of the section is intended to apply and the section as a whole is intended to apply in other circumstances.

It is not the purpose of this section to induce you to infringe any patents or other property right claims or to contest validity of any such claims; this section has the sole purpose of protecting the integrity of the free software distribution system, which is implemented by public license practices. Many people have made generous contributions to the wide range of software distributed through that system in reliance on consistent application of that system; it is up to the author/donor to decide if he or she is willing to distribute software through any other system and a licensee cannot impose that choice.

This section is intended to make thoroughly clear what is believed to be a consequence of the rest of this License.

8. If the distribution and/or use of the Program is restricted in certain countries either by patents or by copyrighted interfaces, the original copyright holder who places the Program under this License may add an explicit geographical distribution limitation excluding those countries, so that distribution is permitted only in or among countries not thus excluded. In such case, this License incorporates the limitation as if written in the body of this License.

9. The Free Software Foundation may publish revised and/or new versions of the General Public License from time to time. Such new versions will be similar in spirit to the present version, but may differ in detail to address new problems or concerns.

Each version is given a distinguishing version number. If the Program specifies a version number of this License which applies to it and any later version, you have the option of following the terms and conditions either of that version or of any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. If the Program does not specify a version number of this License, you may choose any version ever published by the Free Software Foundation.

10. If you wish to incorporate parts of the Program into other free programs whose distribution conditions are different, write to the author to ask for permission. For software which is copyrighted by the Free Software Foundation, write to the Free Software Foundation; we sometimes make exceptions for this. Our decision will be guided by the two goals of preserving the free status of all derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sharing and reuse of software generally.

NO WARRANTY 11. BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF

CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE PROGRAM, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. EXCEPT WHEN OTHERWISE STATED IN WRITING THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND/ OR OTHER PARTIES PROVIDE THE PROGRAM AS IS WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PROGRAM IS WITH YOU. SHOULD THE PROGRAM PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME THE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION.

12. IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING WILL ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MAY MODIFY AND/OR REDISTRIBUTE THE PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS), EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.

To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the start of each source file to most effectively convey the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least the copyright line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.

Copyright (C)

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111- 1307, USA.

Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.

If the program is interactive, make it output a short notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:

Gnomovision version 69, Copyright (C) year name of author Gnomovision comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type show w. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type show c for details.

The hypothetical commands show w and show c should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course, the commands you use may be called something other than show w and show c; they could even be mouse-clicks or menu items--whatever suits your program.

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You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your school, if any, to sign a copyright disclaimer for the program, if necessary. Here is a sample; alter the names:

Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the program Gnomovision (which makes passes at compilers) written by James Hacker.

, 1 April 1989 Ty Coon, President of Vice

This General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into proprietary programs. If your program is a subroutine library, you may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the library. If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of this License.

GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2.1, February 1999 Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc. 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.

[This is the first released version of the Lesser GPL. It also counts as the successor of the GNU Library Public License, version 2, hence the version number 2.1.]

Preamble The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. By contrast, the GNU General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software--to make sure the software is free for all its users.

This license, the Lesser General Public License, applies to some specially designated software packages--typically libraries--of the Free Software Foundation and other authors who decide to use it. You can use it too, but we suggest you first think carefully about whether this license or the ordinary General Public License is the better strategy to use in any particular case, based on the explanations below.

When we speak of free software, we are referring to freedom of use, not price. Our General Public Licenses are designed to make sure that you have the freedom to distribute copies of free software (and charge for this service if you wish); that you receive source code or can get it if you want it; that you can change the software and use pieces of it in new free programs; and that you are informed that you can do these things.

To protect your rights, we need to make restrictions that forbid distributors to deny you these rights or to ask you to surrender these rights. These restrictions translate to certain responsibilities for you if you distribute copies of the library or if you modify it.

For example, if you distribute copies of the library, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights that we gave you. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. If you link other code with the library, you must provide complete object files to the recipients, so that they can relink them with the library after making changes to the library and recompiling it. And you must show them these terms so they know their rights.

We protect your rights with a two-step method: (1) we copyright the library, and (2) we offer you this license, which gives you legal permission to copy, distribute and/or modify the library. To protect each distributor, we want to make it very clear that there is no warranty for the free library. Also, if the library is modified by someone else and passed on, the recipients should know that what they have is not the original version, so that the original authors reputation will not be affected by problems that might be introduced by others.

Finally, software patents pose a constant threat to the existence of any free program. We wish to make sure that a company cannot effectively restrict the users of a free program by obtaining a restrictive license from a patent holder. Therefore, we insist that any patent license obtained for a version of the library must be consistent with the full freedom of use specified in this license.

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Glossary AVCHD The AVCHD format is a high-definition digital video camera format used to record SD (standard definition) or HD (high definition) signals of either the 1080i specification* or the 720p specification** on DVDs, using efficient data compression coding technology. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is adopted to compress video data, and the Dolby Digital or Linear PCM system is used to compress audio data. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format is capable of compressing images at higher efficiency than that of the conventional image compression format. The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 format enables a high definition (HD) video signal shot on a digital video camera recorder to be recorded on DVD discs in the same way as it would be for a standard definition (SD) television signal. * A high definition specification that utilizes 1080

effective scanning lines and the interlace format.

** A high definition specification that utilizes 720 effective scanning lines and the progressive format.

BD-J application The BD-ROM format supports Java for interactive functions. BD-J offers content providers almost unlimited functionality when creating interactive BD-ROM titles.

BD-R BD-R (Blu-ray Disc Recordable) is a recordable, write-once Blu-ray Disc, available in the same capacities as the BD below. Since contents can be recorded and cannot be overwritten, a BD-R can be used to archive valuable data or storing and distributing video material.

BD-RE BD-RE (Blu-ray Disc Rewritable) is a recordable and rewritable Blu-ray Disc, available in the same capacities as the BD below. The re-recordable feature makes extensive editing and time-shifting applications possible.

BD-ROM BD-ROMs (Blu-ray Disc Read-Only Memory) are commercially produced discs and are available in the same capacities as the BD below. Other than conventional movie and video contents, these discs have enhanced features such as interactive content, menu operations using pop-up menus, selection of subtitle display, and slideshow. Although a BD-ROM may contain any form of data, most BD-ROM discs will contain movies in High Definition format, for playback on Blu-ray Disc/DVD players.

Blu-ray Disc (BD) A disc format developed for recording/playing high-definition (HD) video (for HDTV, etc.), and for storing large amounts of data. A single layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 25 GB, and a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 50 GB of data.

DCS (Digital Cinema Sound) In collaboration with Sony Pictures Entertainment, Sony measured the sound environment of their studios and integrated the data of the measurement with Sony DSP (Digital Signal Processor) technology to develop Digital Cinema Sound. Digital Cinema Sound simulates in a home theater an ideal movie theater sound environment based on the preference of the movie director.

Digital Cinema Auto Calibration Digital Cinema Auto Calibration was developed by Sony to automatically measure and adjusts the speaker settings to your listening environment in a short period of time.

Dolby Digital This movie theater sound format is more advanced than Dolby Surround Pro Logic. In this format, the surround speakers output stereo sound with an expanded frequency range, and a subwoofer channel for deep bass is independently provided. This format is also called 5.1 with the subwoofer channel designed as the 0.1 channel (since it functions only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six channels in this format are recorded separately for superior channel separation. Furthermore,

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Dolby Digital Plus Developed as an extension to Dolby Digital, the audio coding technology supports 7.1 multi- channel surround sound.

Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Pro Logic II creates five full-bandwidth output channels from 2 channel sources. This is done using an advanced, high-purity matrix surround decoder that extracts the spatial properties of the original recording without adding any new sounds or tonal colorations.

x Movie mode The Movie mode is for use with stereo television shows and all programs encoded in Dolby Surround. The result is enhanced sound field directionality that approaches the quality of discrete 5.1-channel sound.

x Music mode The Music mode is for use with any stereo music recordings, and provides a wide and deep sound space.

Dolby Surround Pro Logic As one method of decoding Dolby Surround, Dolby Surround Pro Logic produces four channels from 2 channel sound. Compared with the former Dolby Surround system, Dolby Surround Pro Logic reproduces left-to-right panning more naturally and localizes sounds more precisely. To take full advantage of Dolby Surround Pro Logic, you should have one pair of surround speakers and a center speaker. The surround speakers output monaural sound.

Dolby TrueHD Dolby TrueHD is a lossless coding technology that supports up to 8 channels of multi-channel surround sound for the next generation optical discs. The reproduced sound is true to the original source bit-for-bit.

DTS Digital audio compression technology developed by DTS, Inc. This technology conforms to 5.1-channel surround. This format comprises of stereo rear channel and there is discrete subwoofer channel in this format. DTS provides the same 5.1 discrete channels of high quality digital audio. The good channel separation is realized due to the all channel data being recorded discretely and processed in digitally.

DTS-HD High Resolution Audio Developed as an extension to DTS Digital Surround format. It supports a maximum sampling frequency of 96 kHz, and 7.1 multi- channel surround. DTS-HD High Resolution Audio has a maximum transmission rate of 6 Mbps, with lossy compression (Lossy).

DTS-HD Master Audio DTS-HD Master Audio has a maximum transmission rate of 24.5 Mbps, and uses lossless compression (Lossless), and DTS-HD Master Audio corresponds to a maximum sampling frequency of 192 kHz, and maximum of 7.1ch.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) HDMI is an interface that supports both video and audio on a single digital connection, allowing you to enjoy high quality digital picture and sound. The HDMI specification supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection), a copy protection technology that incorporates coding technology for digital video signals.

Interlace format (Interlaced scanning) The Interlace format is the NTSC standard method for displaying TV images at 30 frames per second. Each frame is scanned twice - alternately between the even numbered scanning lines and then odd numbered scanning lines, at 60 times per second.

LTH (Low to High) LTH is a recording system that supports organic pigment type BD-R.

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Parental Control A function of the BD/DVD to limit playback of the disc by the age of the users according to the limitation level in each country. The limitation varies from disc to disc; when it is activated, playback is completely prohibited, violent scenes are skipped or replaced with other scenes and so on.

PhotoTV HD PhotoTV HD allows for a highly-detailed pictures, and photo-like expression of subtle textures and colors. By connecting Sony PhotoTV HD compatible devices using an HDMI cable, whole new world of photos can be enjoyed in breathtaking Full HD quality. For instance, the delicate texture of the human skin, flowers, sand and waves can now be displayed on a large screen in beautiful photo-like quality.

Pop-up menu An enhanced menu operation available on BD- ROMs. The pop-up menu appears when POP UP/MENU is pressed during playback, and can be operated while playback is in progress.

Progressive format (sequential scanning) In contrast to the Interlace format, the progressive format can reproduce 50 - 60 frames per second by reproducing all scanning lines (525 lines for the NTSC system). The overall picture quality increases and still images, text and horizontal lines appear sharper. This format is compatible with the 525 or 625 progressive format.

S-AIR (Sony Audio Interactive Radio frequency) Recent times have seen the rapid spread of BD/ DVD media, Digital Broadcasting, and other high-quality media. To ensure that the subtle nuances of these high- quality media are transmitted with no deterioration, Sony has developed a technology called S-AIR for the radio transmission of digital audio signals with no compression, and has incorporated this technology into the EZW- RT10/EZW-RT10A/EZW-T100. This technology transfers digital audio signals with no compression using the 2.4 GHz band

range of ISM band (Industrial, Scientific, and Medical band), such as wireless LANs and Bluetooth applications.

x.v.Color x.v.Color is a familiar term for the xvYCC standard proposed by Sony. xvYCC is an international standard for Color space in video. This standard can express a wider color range than the currently used broadcast standard.

24p True Cinema Movies shot with a film camera consist of 24 frames per second. Since conventional televisions (both CRT and flat panels) display frames either at 1/60 or 1/50 second intervals, the 24 frames do not appear at an even pace. When connected to a TV with 24p capabilities, the player displays each frame at 1/24 second intervals the same interval originally shot with the film camera, thus faithfully reproducing the original cinema image.

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A A/V SYNC 42 ANGLE 38 Attenuate - AUDIO 79 Attenuate - TV 78 Audio 80 Audio DRC 78 Audio Settings 78 Auto Calibration 66, 79 Auto Display 83 AVCHD 96, 114

B BD Audio Setting 78 BD Data 43 BD Internet Connection 81 BD Parental Control 80 BD/DVD Menu 80 BD/DVD Viewing Settings 80 BDAV 96 BD-Live 43 BDMV 96 BD-R 114 BD-RE 114 Blu-ray Disc 114

C CD 44, 96 Child Lock 72 Cinema Conversion Mode 77 Control for HDMI 38, 63, 82

D D. C. A. C. (Digital Cinema

Auto Calibration) 66, 114 DEMO 72 DIGITAL MEDIA PORT 55 DIMMER 71 Disc Lock 37 Dolby Digital 48, 114 Dolby Digital Plus 115 Dolby Pro Logic II 115 Dolby Surround Pro Logic 115 Dolby TrueHD 115 DTS 48, 115 DTS-HD 115 DVD 36, 96 DVD Aspect Ratio 76

DVD Parental Control 80 DYNAMIC BASS 49

E Easy Setup 29, 85

F FM MODE 51 Front panel 13 Front panel display 14

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YCbCr/RGB (HDMI) 78 HDMI (High-Definition

Multimedia Interface) 115 HDMI Settings 82 Hybrid Disc Playback Layer 81

I Instant Advance 37 Instant Replay 37 Interlace format 115 Internet Settings 84

L Language Code List 102 LTH 115

M Multiplex broadcast sound 49

N NAME IN 54 Network Settings 84 Network Update 75 NIGHT 50

O One-Touch Play 38 OPTIONS 46 OSD 83 Output Video Format 77

P PAIRING 60 PARENTAL CONTROL 116 Parental Control 37 Parental Control Region Code

81 Password 81

Pause Mode 78 Photo Settings 82 PhotoTV HD 46, 116 Playable discs 96 POP UP/MENU 39 Progressive format 116

R Rear panel 15 Region code 97 Remote 10 Resetting 86 Resume Play 39 RF CHANGE 61

S S-AIR 5, 56, 116

S-AIR ID 57 S-AIR receiver 56

S-AIR ID 57, 61 S-AIR MODE 58 S-AIR STBY 59 Screen Format 76 Screen Saver 83 SLEEP MENU 71 Slideshow Speed 82 Sound Effect 79 Speaker Settings 67, 79

Connection 67 Distance 68 Level 68

Standby Mode 83 Subtitle 80 Surround amplifier 56 System Information 83 SYSTEM MENU 33, 42, 50,

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T Test Tone 68 TONE 50 TV Type 76

U Update 75

V Video Settings 76

X x.v.Color 78, 116

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