Sony Flat Panel Television XBR-55HX925 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Flat Panel Television XBR-55HX925

Device: Sony Flat Panel Television XBR-55HX925
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Date of adding : 2014-04-19 16:13:06
Number of pages: 188
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i-Manual online
Print Font Size
Top Page
How to Use i-Manual
“BRAVIA” TV Features
Watching TV
XBR-55HX925
Settings/Home Menu
Using Other
Equipment/Internet
Trademark information
Parts Description
Troubleshooting
Bookmarks
Index
i-Manual online map
Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation
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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > How to Use i-Manual How to Use i-Manual How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features Watching TV Displays the on-screen instruction manual (this manual). Settings/Home Menu Using Other Equipment/Internet Parts Description Troubleshooting Displays the on-screen instruction manual (this manual). Bookmarks Please review the Setup Guide (Operating Instructions) accompanying this television for important information on usage. Index Indicators on the i-Manual

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > “BRAVIA” TV Features “BRAVIA” TV Features How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features 3D Feature Intelligent Presence Sensor Watching TV “BRAVIA” Internet Video Settings/Home Menu Internet Widgets Wireless LAN Using Other Equipment/Internet “BRAVIA” Sync with “Control for HDMI” Skype Ready Parts Description TrackID™/Music Search/Video Search Troubleshooting Bookmarks Index i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 3

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV Watching TV How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features 3D Feature Digital Electronic Program Guide Watching TV Favorites Settings/Home Menu Wide Mode Picture Mode Using Other Equipment/Internet Photos/Music/Videos Twin Picture (PIP) Parts Description Twin Picture (P&P) Troubleshooting Bookmarks Index i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 4

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Settings/Home Menu Settings/Home Menu How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features About the Home Menu Settings Watching TV Picture & Display Settings/Home Menu Sound Preferences Using Other Equipment/Internet i-Manual Channels & Inputs Parts Description Network Troubleshooting Product Support Bookmarks Index i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 5

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Using Other Equipment/Internet Using Other Equipment/Internet How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features VCR/DVD Player Audio System Watching TV USB Device (e.g. Digital Camera) Settings/Home Menu Picture Frame HDMI Equipment Using Other Equipment/Internet Internet/Wireless LAN Home Network Parts Description Media Remote Troubleshooting PC Bookmarks Programming the Remote Control Index i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporatio

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Parts Description Parts Description How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features Remote Control Top Watching TV Upper Settings/Home Menu Middle Lower Using Other Equipment/Internet Bottom Rear Parts Description TV Controls and Indicators Troubleshooting Front Bookmarks Right Terminals Bottom Index Right i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 7

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting Troubleshooting How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features Picture Symptoms: General Picture Symptoms: TV Program Watching TV Picture Symptoms: 3D Settings/Home Menu Picture Symptoms: Connected Equipment Sound Symptoms Using Other Equipment/Internet Intelligent Presence Sensor Symptoms Wireless Network Connection Symptoms Parts Description Internet Video Symptoms Troubleshooting Internet Widget Symptoms Bookmarks Home Network (DLNA) Sy

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Bookmarks Bookmarks How to Use i-Manual “BRAVIA” TV Features How to Use Bookmarks Watching TV Settings/Home Menu Using Other Equipment/Internet Parts Description Troubleshooting Bookmarks Index i-Manual online map Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 9

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Index Programs/Broadcasts/Channels Age restriction Favorite items Auto Program Initial Setup Picture/Display Ambient Sensor Presence Sensor Current Time Pro Picture Setup External input display settings Scene Select External input selection Screen settings Light Sensor Screen settings (for PC) Motionflow Screen types PC Side-by-side picture display Picture Frame Two picture display Picture settings Sound Audio out settings (external) Speaker setting

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Built-in Wireless LAN setting Renderer settings DLNA-certified media server Widgets Internet content update Wireless LAN Internet Video Other Eco settings PC Power Management ENERGY SAVING switch Power Saving Home Menu Timer Idle TV Standby Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 11

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > i-Manual online map “BRAVIA” TV Features 3D Feature Intelligent Presence Sensor “BRAVIA” Internet Video Internet Widgets Wireless LAN “BRAVIA” Sync with “Control for HDMI” Skype Ready TrackID™/Music Search/Video Search Return to Top Watching TV 3D Feature Digital Electronic Program Guide Favorites Wide Mode Picture Mode Photos/Music/Videos Twin Picture (PIP) Twin Picture (P&P) Return to Top Settings/Home Menu About the Home Menu Settings Picture &

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HDMI/DVI Audio Source Key Tone Startup Sound TV Position Preferences Scene Select Eco Distance Alert Position Control Clock/Timers Language Closed Captions (CC) Parental Lock Info Banner Front Panel Illumination Initial Setup i-Manual Channels & Inputs Manage Inputs Cable/Antenna Auto Program Add Digital Channels Show/Hide Channels Edit Analog Channel Labels Analog Fine Tune Video 2/Component Selection Digital Signal Condition Digital Channel Tuning Mode HDMI Settings USB Auto Start Network Netw

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Connecting HDMI Equipment Viewing from HDMI Equipment “BRAVIA” Sync with “Control for HDMI” Internet/Wireless LAN Wireless LAN Wired LAN Browsing Websites “BRAVIA” Internet Video Internet Widgets Photomap What’s New Home Network Connecting to a Home Network Renderer Display Settings for Media Servers Media Server Troubleshooting Media Remote PC Programming the Remote Control Return to Top Parts Description Remote Control Top Upper Middle Lower Bottom Rear TV Controls and Indicators Front Right

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Return to Top Bookmarks How to Use Bookmarks Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 15

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > Licensing Information Licensing Information Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. Fergason Patent Properties, LLC: U.S. Patent No. 5,717,422 U.S. Patent No. 6,816,141 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D

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Applicable trademark information depends on your TV model/region/country. Return to Top Copyright 2011 Sony Corporation 17

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i-Manual online Print Font Size Top Page > “BRAVIA” TV Features > 3D Feature How to Use i-Manual 3D Feature “BRAVIA” TV Features Watching TV Brings you the experience of 3D (three- dimensional) pictures and graphics using 3D Settings/Home Menu Glasses. Using Other Equipment/Internet Parts Description Troubleshooting Bookmarks This feature lets you experience powerful 3D entertainment, such as stereoscopic 3D games and 3D Blu-ray Discs. Index Turn the 3D Glasses on, then put them on to watch

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1. Press 3D to display the 3D Menu. 3D 2. Press 3D repeatedly to toggle through [3D Display] modes. [Simulated 3D]: Displays regular 2D pictures in simulated 3D. [Side-by-Side]: Displays side-by-side pictures in 3D. [Over-Under]: Displays over-under pictures in 3D. [Off]: Displays pictures as they are. 3. Press RETURN to exit the 3D Menu. Simulated 3D effect may be less pronounced with some picture sources. Perceived simulated 3D effect may vary from person to person. Simulated 3D display mode a

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120° 1-6 m (3-20 ft.) 3D Sync Transmitter 30° 1-6 m (3-20 ft.) Recommended viewing angle and distance may vary depending on the TV’s location and room conditions. Do not put anything in front of the 3D Sync Transmitter. Doing so may affect its function. Signals between the 3D Sync Transmitter and 3D Glasses may be interrupted if an infrared device is used near the TV. 3D Menu You can adjust the following settings from the 3D Menu. Press 3D, then select the desired setting → the desired option. 3


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