Sony WEGA KLV-30MR1 user manual

User manual for the device Sony WEGA KLV-30MR1

Device: Sony WEGA KLV-30MR1
Size: 12,93 MB
Date of adding : 2014-04-19 16:13:06
Number of pages: 304
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4-094-069-11 (1)
GB
Operating Instructions
LCD Colour TV
Bedienungsanleitung DE
FR
Manual de instrucciones
Mode d’emploi NL
KLV-30MR1
 2003 Sony Corporation

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NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with or ) must be used. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a d

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Introduction Thank you for choosing this Sony LCD Colour Television. Before operating the TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. Symbols used in the manual .........Important information. ....Shaded buttons on the remote control OK show you the buttons you have to press .........Information on a feature. to follow the sequence of instructions. 1,2 ...........Sequence of instructions. ..........Informs you of the result of instructions followed. Table of Con

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Teletext Teletext .................................................................................................................................................... 55 NexTView NexTView* ............................................................................................................................................. 56 Additional Information Connecting Optional Equipment ............................................................................................................. 59

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Safety Information For Safety Mains lead and display cable Medical institution Unplug the mains lead and the Do not place this unit display cable when moving in a place where the set. Do not move the set medical equipment is with the mains lead and the in use. It may cause display cable plugged in. It malfunction of may damage the mains lead medical instruments. and the display cable and result in fire or electric shock. If the set has been dropped or damaged, have it checked immediately

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Installation and moving Ventilation Outdoor use Never cover the ventilation holes in the Do not install this unit cabinet. It may cause overheating and outdoors. If the unit is result in fire. Unless proper ventilation exposed to rain, it may is provided, the unit may gather dust result in fire or electric and get dirty. For proper ventilation, shock. If the unit is observe the following: exposed to direct  Do not install the unit turned backwards or sideways. sunlight, the unit may  Do

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Power Sources Overloading Mains lead This set is designed to protection operate on a 220-240V AC Pull out the mains lead supply only. Take care not to by the plug. Do not connect too many appliances pull on the mains lead to the same mains socket as itself. this could result in fire or electric shock. Mains Wiring Do not use a poor fitting mains socket. Unplug the mains lead when wiring cables. Be sure Insert the plug fully into the mains. If it is to unplug the mains lead for your s

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Use Damage requiring service Ventilation holes If the surface of the display unit cracks, do not touch it Do not insert anything in the until you have unplugged the mains lead. Otherwise ventilation holes. If metal or electric shock may result. something flammable enters, it may result in fire or electric shock. Servicing Moisture and flammable Do not open the cabinet or objects remove the rear cover of the  Do not let this unit get set. Refer to qualified wet. Never spill liquid of s

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Additional Safety Information Electric shock Broken glass Do not touch the unit with wet hands. Doing so may cause Do not throw anything at the electric shock or damage the unit. unit. The screen glass may explode by the impact and cause serious injury. Protruding location Oils Do not install the display unit in protruding locations. If Do not install this unit in restaurants that use oil. you install the unit in the following locations, it may Dust absorbing oil may enter into the unit an

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LCD Screen Mains lead and  Although the LCD screen is made with high-precision display cable technology and has effective pixels of 99.99% or If you damage the mains more, black dots may appear or bright points of light lead or display cable, it (red, blue, or green) may appear constantly on the may result in fire or LCD screen. This is a structural property of the LCD electric shock. panel and is not a malfunction.  Do not pinch, bend, or  Do not expose the LCD screen surface to

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Precautions On viewing the TV comfortably  To view the TV comfortably, the recommended viewing position is from four to seven times of the screen’s vertical length away from the TV set.  View the TV in a moderate light room, as viewing the TV in poor light taxes your eyes. Watching the screen continuously for long periods of time can also tax your eyes. On installing the TV set Installing the display unit Use the specified wall-mount bracket or stands. Installing the media receiver unit Lea

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On cleaning the cabinet  Be sure to unplug the mains lead connected to the media receiver unit from the mains before cleaning.  Clean the cabinet with a soft cloth.  Note that material deterioration or screen coating degradation may occur if the display unit is exposed to a volatile solvent, such as alcohol, thinner, benzine or insecticide, or if prolonged contact is maintained with rubber or vinyl materials.  The ventilation holes can accumulate dust over a period of time and the accumul

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Checking the Accessories Supplied One Remote Control Two size AAA batteries One Display Interface (RM-972): (R03 Type): Cable: One Coaxial Cable: One AV Mouse: Do not remove ferrite cores. Two Mains Leads Two Mains Leads Two Mains Leads (Type C-4): (Type BF): (Type C-5): Do not remove ferrite cores. Do not remove ferrite cores. Do not remove ferrite cores. Use these mains leads  Use these mains leads  Use these mains leads (with safety earth) if you (with safety earth) if you (with saf

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Overview of the Display Unit Remote control sensor POWER/STANDBY indicator TIMER indicator PICTURE OFF indicator PICTURE OFF TIMER POWER/STANDBY About the indicators The following indicators are on the display unit and the media receiver unit. POWER/STANDBY indicator Lights up in green when the TV is switched on. When in standby mode, the indicator lights up in red. When in PC power saving* mode, the indicator lights up in yellow. TIMER indicator When lit, indicates that one of the timers

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Overview of the Media Receiver Unit Buttons and Indicators PROG (channel) +/– buttons (Power on/standby) indicator “Memory Stick” slot “Memory Stick” 2(Volume) +/– access lamp buttons (Power) switch (Timer) indicator (Input PROG select) button (TV mode) PROG button PROG 1 2 3 4 5 6 PC MEMORY STICK PROG L/G/S/I R/D/D/D MENU OK PC 6 6 6 Front connectors* 1 2 3 4 5 6 PC MEMORY STICK MENU OK Input select indicators To watch the picture of connected OK button Menu button equipment, press rep

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Overview of the Remote Control Buttons VIDEO TV Buttons Description a To Temporarily Press this button to temporarily switch off the TV (the (power on/standby) indicators on the Switch Off TV: display unit and the media receiver unit light up in red). Press again to switch on the TV from standby mode. To save energy we recommend switching the TV off completely when the TV is not in use. After a certain period without a signal and without any button being pressed, the TV automatically swi

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Buttons Description k Selecting screen format: Press this button repeatedly to change the format of the screen. For more details, refer to “Screen Control” on page 30. l Selecting channels: Press these buttons to select the next or previous channel. m Displaying the menu Press this button to display the menu on the TV screen. Press again to remove the menu display from the TV screen. system: n Adjusting the TV volume: Press these buttons to adjust the volume of the TV. o Selecting Sound effect

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Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control Make sure you insert the supplied batteries observing the correct polarity. Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly way. m < 18 Installation

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Connecting the Display Unit to the Media Receiver Unit  Use the supplied display interface cable.  Use the supplied mains lead for the display unit (Type C-4, Type BF or Type C-5, see page 13). 1 Connect the supplied display interface cable and the supplied mains lead for the display unit to the display unit. Tighten the screw slowly until the screw is stabilized. AC IN WHITE BLACK DISPLAY SIGNAL IN Mains leads (supplied) Display interface cable (supplied) After making all connections,

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2 Install the display unit using the specified wall-mount bracket or stand. Before installing the display unit, check the installation instructions of your wall-mount bracket or stand. 3 Connect the supplied display interface cable to the media receiver unit. 55 R/D/D/D L/G/S/I Y PB/CB PR/CR 1/ 3/ (SMARTLINK) AC IN R/D/D/D L/G/S/I W/G/W/G (SMARTLINK) 2/ 4/ CENTRE SPEAKER IN BLACK WHITE CTRL AV 180W (6 ) MAX S MOUSE DISPLAY SIGNAL OUT 20 Installation


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