Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-XR29M50 user manual

User manual for the device Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-XR29M50

Device: Sony FD Trinitron WEGA KV-XR29M50
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4-100-628-11 (1)
Trinitron Color TV
GB
Operating Instructions
• Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain
it for future reference.
KV-XR34
M83
KV-XR29
M80
KV-XR25
M53
M50
© 2003 Sony Corporation
01GB01COV-MIX.p65 1 12/12/2003, 12:13 PM
Black
Sony KV-XR34M83 Group C7 (GB)_4-100-628-11 (1)

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WARNING • Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV. • TV operating voltage: 110 – 240 V AC. • Do not plug in the power cord until you have completed making all other connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through the antenna and other terminals to ground. •To avoid battery leakage and damage to the remote, remove the batteries from the remote if you are not going to use it for several days. If any liquid leaks from the batteries and touches your skin, immediate

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Do not plug in too many appliances to the same To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the power socket. Do not damage the power cord. TV to rain or moisture. Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull the power cord itself. Even if your TV is turned Install the TV on a stable TV stand and floor which off, it is still connected to the AC power source can support the TV set weight. Ensure that the TV (mains) as long as the power cord is plugged in. stand surface is flat and its ar

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x Securing the TV To prevent the TV from falling, use the supplied screws, clamps and band to secure the TV. 20 mm 3.8 mm screws clamps band Screw the band to the TV stand and to the provided hole at the rear of your TV. or (1) Put a cord or chain through the clamps. (2) Screw one clamp to a wall or pillar and the other clamp to the provided hole at the rear of your TV. Note • Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV. 4 01GB02WAR-MIX.p65 4 12/12/2003, 1

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Table of Contents Installation Menu Adjustment Getting Started ..................................... 6 Introducing the menu system .......... 12 Setting up your TV Changing the “Picture” setting ........ 15 (“Initial Setup”) .................................... 7 Changing the “Sound” setting ......... 16 Changing the “Timer” setting .......... 18 Overview of Controls Changing the “Channel Setup” setting .................................................. 19 TV front and rear panels ..............

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b b Installation x Getting Started 1 Step 1 Insert the batteries (supplied) into the remote. Note • Do not use old or different types of batteries together. Step 2 Connect the antenna cable (not supplied) to 8 (antenna input) at the rear of the TV. Tip •You can also connect your TV to other optional components (see page 22). Step 3 Plug in the power cord, then press ! on the TV to turn it on. Note • The 1 (standby) indicator flashes green for a few seconds when turning on the TV. This does not i

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Installation x Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) When you turn on your TV for the first time, the “Initial Setup” menu will appear. You may change the menu language, preset the TV channels automatically and adjust the picture position using the buttons on the TV front panel. Tip • The MENU, and V/v/B/b buttons on the remote control can also be used for the operations below. Press 2 +/– to select the desired menu 1 language, then press t. The selected menu language appears. Press 2 +/– to sel

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Overview of Controls x TV front and rear panels TV rear panel qa qg RL Y CB CR 1 2 L(MONO) ENTER SELECT AUTO 3 MENU PROGR PROGR qs qf qd TV front panel 0 9 8 76 5 4 3 2 1 L(MONO) R AUTO PROG:Press [MENU] for 5sec SOUND MENU MODE (AUTO PROG) PROG 3 Button/Terminal Function Page 1 Remote control sensor. – 2 1 Standby indicator. 6 2 Wake Up indicator. 18 3 ! Turn off or turn on the TV. 6 4 PROG +/– Select program number. – 5 2 +/– Adjust volume. – 6 t Select TV or video input. 22 Menu operations 5

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Overview of Controls x Using the remote control and basic functions 9 1 0 A/B qa 2 qs 1 3 2 4 5 6 qd 7 8 9 0 3 PROG qf 4 5 qg MENU qh 6 qj 7 RESET qk ql 8 w; TV Button Description Page 1 ?/1 Turn off temporarily or turn on the TV. – 2 a Display the TV program. – 3 Jump to previous program number. – 4 PROG +/– Select program number. – 5 2 +/– Adjust volume. – 8 Change the picture size: – “On” (16:9 wide-mode), “Off”. 9 Mute the sound. – q; Display on-screen information. – qs t Select TV or video

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continued Button Description Page ql Select sound mode options. 11 5-Band Graphic Equalizer display will appear. w; Select picture mode options. 11 Menu operations 6 MENU Display or cancel the menu. 14 7 Confirm selected items. 14 qj V, v, B, b Select and adjust items. 14 Timer operations qf Set TV to turn on automatically. – qg Set TV to turn off automatically. – Stereo/bilingual operations qa A/B Not function for your TV – 10 Overview of Controls 01GB04INS-MIX.p65 10 12/12/2003, 5:07 PM Black

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Advanced Operations x Selecting the picture and sound modes You can select picture and sound modes and adjust the setting to your preference in the “Personal” option. Selecting the picture mode Press to select the desired picture mode. A/B Select To view 1 2 3 4 5 6 “Dynamic” high contrast pictures. 7 8 9 “Standard” normal pictures. 0 PROG “Soft” mild pictures. “Personal” the last adjusted picture setting MENU from the “Picture Adjustment” option in the menu (see page 15). RESET TV Selecting th

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Menu Adjustment x Introducing the menu system The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV. The following is an overview of the menu system. Return icon Picture icon Name of the current Sound icon Setup menu Language: English Timer icon Picture Rotation Menu level 3 Channel Setup icon Wide Mode: Video Label Setup icon Color System: Menu level 2 Menu level 1 Select Confirm End User Guidance Level 1 Level 2 Level 3/Function Page “Mode” 15 “Picture” Select the picture mo

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Level 1 Level 2 Level 3/Function Page Set TV to turn off automatically. 18 “Timer” “Sleep Timer” Set TV to turn on automatically. “Wake Up Timer” Preset channels automatically. “Channel Setup” “Auto Program” 19 Preset channels manually. “Manual Program” “TV System” Select the TV system: “B/G” t “ I” t “D/K” t “M” “Program Label” Label the program number. “Program Block” Block unwanted programs. Change the menu language: 21 “Setup” “Language” “English” t “ ” (Arabic) “Picture Rotation” Adjust the

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continued How to use the menu 0 PROG Picture Press MENU to Mode: Dynamic Picture Adjustment display the menu. Color Temperature: Cool VM: High MENU Intelligent Picture: On Select Confirm End RESET Press V or v to select the desired item. Channel Setup Auto Program TV Manual Program TV System: B/G Program Label Program Block Select End Confirm Press (or b) to Channel Setup confirm your Auto Program Manual Program selection and TV System: B/G Program Label go to the next Program Block level. Sele

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x Changing the “Picture” setting The “Picture” menu allows you to adjust the picture settings. Press MENU. 1 Make sure the “Picture” icon ( ) is Picture 2 Mode: Dynamic selected, then press . Picture Adjustment Color Temperature: Cool VM: High Intelligent Picture: On Select Confirm End Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press . 3 Select To “Mode” choose either “Dynamic”, “Standard”, “Soft” or “Personal”* (see page 11). “Color Temperature” adjust white color tint. Choose

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x Changing the “Sound” setting The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. Press MENU. 1 Sound Press V or v to select the “Sound” icon ( ), 2 Mode: Dynamic then press . Sound Adjustment Balance Intelligent Volume: Off Surround: Off Select Confirm End Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Mode”), then press . 3 Select To “Mode” choose either “Dynamic”, “Drama”, “Soft” or “Personal”* (see page 11). “Balance” Press v or B to emphasize the left speaker. Press V or b to empha

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Adjusting the “Sound Adjustment” item under “Personal” mode The 5-Band Graphic Equalizer feature allows you to adjust sound frequency settings of “Personal” mode in the menu. Make sure that “Adjust” is selected, 1 Adjustment: Personal then press . Adjust Reset Selecting “Reset” will set your TV to the factory setting. 100 300 1k 3k 8k Select Confirm End Press B or b to select the desired sound frequency, then press V or v to 2 adjust the setting and press . The adjusted settings will be received

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x Changing the “Timer” setting The “Timer” menu allows you to set TV to turn off and turn on automatically. Press MENU. 1 Press V or v to select the “Timer” icon ( ), Timer 2 Sleep Timer: Off then press . Wake Up Timer: Off Select Confirm End Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Sleep Timer”), then press . 3 Select To “Sleep Timer” set TV to turn off automatically. Press V or v to select the desired period of time (max. of 1 hour and 30 minutes), then press . “Wake Up Timer” set TV to

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x Changing the “Channel Setup” setting The “Channel Setup” menu allows you to preset channels automatically, manually preset channels, select the TV system, label the program number and block unwanted programs. Press MENU. 1 Press V or v to select the “Channel Setup” 2 Channel Setup icon ( ), then press . Auto Program Manual Program TV System: B/G Program Label Program Block Select Confirm End Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Auto Program”), then press . 3 Select To “Auto Program”

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continued Presetting channels manually After selecting “Manual Program”, select the program 1 number to which you want to preset a channel. Manual Program Program: 01 (1) Make sure “Program” is selected, then press . B/G TV System: VHF Low Fine: Auto (2) Press V or v until the program number you want Skip: Off to preset appears on the menu, then press . Select End Confirm Select the desired channel. 2 (1) Make sure either “VHF Low”, “VHF High” or “UHF” is selected, then press . (2) Press V or v


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