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Sony KV-AZ21M91 Group P7 (GB,RU)_2-649-680-11 (3)
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
Table of Contents Securing the TV .............................................................................................................. 4 Getting Started ............................................................................................................... 4 Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) ........................................................................... 5 TV top control, front and rear panels ......................................................................
b b x Securing the TV To prevent the TV from falling, use the supplied screws, clamps and band to secure the TV. Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV. 20 mm 3.8 mm screws clamps band or Screw the band to the TV stand and (1) Put a cord or chain through the to the provided hole at the rear of clamps. your TV. (2) Screw one clamp to a wall or pillar and the other clamp to the provided hole at the rear of your TV. x Getting Started Step 1 Insert the batte
x Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) When you turn on your TV for the first time, the “Начальная настройкa” (“Initial Setup”) menu will appear. You may change the menu language, preset the TV channels automatically, sort or edit the channels and adjust the picture position using the buttons on the remote control or TV top control panel. Press V or v to select the desired menu 1 language, then press . The selected menu language appears. Select Confirm End Press V or v to select “Yes”, then pres
Setting up your TV (“Initial Setup”) (continued) d) If you wish to edit the channels, press to change to edit mode. Press b until the mode that you wish to edit is highlighted: Label, Skip, (block symbol). Then press . 1) To label, press V or v to select the alphanumeric characters for the label. Select Confirm Exit Then press . 2) To skip the program number, press V or v to select “On”. Then press . You can skip this program number when Select Confirm Exit using PROG +/-. 3) To block unwanted
x TV top control, front and rear panels TV top control panel WEGA GATE FM PROG 0 9 8 7 6 TV rear panel 2 L (MONO) R 1 Y C B TV front panel (MONO) L L (MONO) 2 C R R R L (MONO) R qf qd qs qa 5 4 3 2 1 Button/Terminal Function Page 1 ! Turn off or turn on the TV. 4 2 Remote control sensor. - 3 Wake Up indicator. 11 3 1 Standby indicator. 4 4 i Headphone jack. - 5 t2 Video input terminal 2. 8 6 PROG +/– Select program number. - 7 2 +/– Adjust volume. - 8 t Select TV or video input. 8 WEGA GATE menu
x Connecting optional components Connecting to the video input terminal ( t ) TV front panel Audio/ Video cable (not supplied) 2 Camcorder L (MONO) R Antenna cable TV, CATV, Satellite (not supplied) or When there is no FM signal Antenna selector FM signal TV rear panel TV signal 1 Y Antenna cable (not supplied) C B (MONO) L L (MONO) C R R R Audio/Video VCR cable (not supplied) S Video cable (not supplied) DVD player Notes • If you connect a VCR to 8 (antenna input), preset the signal output from
Connecting to the monitor output terminal ( T ) TV rear panel 1 Y Audio system CB (MONO) L L (MONO) Audio/Video cable CR R R (not supplied) VCR Connecting to the component video input terminal ( ) TV rear panel 1 Component video Y cable (not supplied) C B (MONO) L L (MONO) CR R R DVD player Audio cable (not supplied) Notes • If your DVD player can output interlace and progressive mode signals, select the interlace output when connecting to (component video input) on your TV. Your TV can recei
x Using the remote control and basic functions 0 Button Description Page 1 ?/1 Turn off temporarily or turn on – the TV. qa 1 2 a Display the TV program. – qs A/B 2 3 Jump to last program number – qd that has been watched for at 1 2 3 least five seconds. 4 5 6 4 PROG +/– Select program number. – qf 9 7 8 5 2 +/– Adjust volume. – 3 0 8 Change the picture size: – PROG “On” (16:9 wide-mode), “Off”. 4 qg 9 Select surround mode options: 15 5 “TruSurround”, “WOW”, qh “Simulated”, “Off”. 0 Display
Button Description Page WEGA GATE menu operations 6 Confirm selected items. 12 7 WEGA GATE Display or cancel WEGA GATE menu. qj V, v, B, b Select and adjust items. qk RETURN Return to the previous level. Timer operations qg Set TV to turn on automatically according to the – desired period of time (max. of 12 hours). (Wake Up Timer) The indicator on TV lights up amber once you set the wake up timer. If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than one hour after the TV is turned on using th
x Introducing the WEGA GATE navigator WEGA GATE is a gateway that allows you access to preset TV channels, connected external inputs, FM Radio mode and “Settings” menu. WEGA GATE TV TV 01 External Inputs “TV” 02 FM Radio 03 watch the preset TV Settings 04 channels (see page 5) 05 Select Confirm Select Confirm End External Inputs 1 Video 1 2 Video 2 “External Inputs” select the inputs for the DVD connected equipment (see page 8) Select Confirm End FM Radio “FM Radio” Preset 1: Listen to the FM Ra
x “Settings” Adjustment You are able to change the settings of your TV from “Settings” in WEGA GATE menu. Press WEGA GATE button to display WEGA GATE menu. Press V or v to select “Settings” and press . The following is an overview of the items that can be adjusted. Picture “Picture” (see page 14) Picture Mode: Vivid “Picture Mode”: “Vivid” “Standard” “Custom” Picture Adjustment Color Temperature: Cool “Picture Adjustment”: “Picture”, “Brightness”, “Color”, “Hue”, VM: High “Sharpness”, “Reset”
x Changing the “Picture” setting The “Picture” menu allows you to adjust the picture settings. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. 1 Make sure the “Picture” icon ( ) is selected, then press . 2 Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Picture Mode”), then press . 3 Select To “Picture Mode” choose either “Vivid” (contrast and sharp), “Standard” (normal) or “Custom”*. “Color Temperature” adjust white color tint. Choose either “Cool” (blue tint), “Neutral” (neutral tint) or “Warm” (red ti
x Changing the “Sound” setting The “Sound” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. 1 Press V or v to select the “Sound” icon ( ), then press . 2 Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Sound Mode”), then press . 3 Select To “Sound Mode” choose either “Dynamic” (low and high tones), “Standard” (voice and high tones) or “Custom”*. “Balance” Press v or B to emphasize the left speaker. Press V or b to emphasize the right speaker. “Intelligent Vol
x Changing the “Channel Setup” setting The “Channel Setup” menu allows you to preset channels automatically, manually preset channels, sort or edit the channels and preset FM Radio stations. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. 1 Press V or v to select the “Channel Setup” icon ( ), then press . 2 Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Auto Program”), then press . 3 Select To “Auto Program” preset channels automatically. “Manual Program” manually preset desired channels and channels th
Presetting channels manually After selecting “Manual Program”, select the program 1 number to which you want to preset a channel. 01 D/K (1) Make sure “Program” is selected, then press . until the program number you want (2) Press V or v to preset appears on the menu, then press . Select the desired channel. 2 (1) Make sure either “VHF Low”, “VHF High” or “UHF” is selected, then press . (2) Press V or v until the desired channel’s broadcast appears on the TV screen, then press . If the sound o
x Changing the “Setup” setting The “Setup” menu allows you to change the menu language, adjust the picture position, label the connected equipment, select the color system, set the wake up timer beep and reset your TV to factory settings. Press WEGA GATE and select “Settings”. 1 Press V or v to select the “Setup” icon ( ), then press . 2 Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g., “Language”), then press . 3 Select To “Language” change the menu language. Press V or v to select either “English
x Viewing Teletext Some TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext which allows you to receive various information, such as stock market reports and news. You can use the buttons on the remote to view Teletext. To Do this display a Teletext Press . Each time you press , the A/B page on the screen changes as follows: TV picture Teletext t Teletext and TV t TV. 1 2 3 If there is no Teletext broadcast, “100” is 4 5 6 displayed at the top left corner of the 7 8 9 screen. 0 PROG , c
x Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of NICAM and A2 stereo systems by using the A/B button. When receiving a NICAM program Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound) NICAM NICAM Mono t A/B stereo (Stereo sound) (Regular sound) A/B 3 1 2 NICAM 4 5 6 NICAM Main NICAM Sub Mono tt bilingual (Main sound) (Sub sound) (Regular sound) 7 8 9 0 PROG NICAM Mono NICAM Main t monaural (Regular sound) (Main sound) When receiving an A2 program Broadcast
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