Sony HES-V1000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony HES-V1000

Device: Sony HES-V1000
Size: 8,74 MB
Date of adding : 2014-01-17 17:30:19
Number of pages: 155
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3-098-099- 11(1)
3-098-099- 11 (1)
Printed on 70% or more recycled paper.
Printed in Japan 2007 © Sony Corporation
Actual total number: Sony HES-V1000 3-098-099- 1 1 (1)

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Note WARNING Important Safety 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 Instructions 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 To reduce the risk of fire or electric 1) Rea

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On connection � The unit is designed to be operated in � Do not connect a phone line to the Precautions a horizontal position only. Ethernet connector on the unit. Install in an upright position on a flat surface with no more than 2 degrees tilt in any direction. Weight a thread Moisture and flammable and drop it from the edge of the top objects panel, and securely install the unit so � Do not place any objects on the unit. the distance from the weight to the The unit should not be expo

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� It is recommended that you use discs On cleaning with “For Video” printed on their � Use the supplied cleaning cloth for Notes On Disc packaging. cleaning minor blurs. If the blur is � You cannot record or edit DVD-Rs persistent, use another cloth slightly Handling (Video mode), or DVD-RWs (Video moistened with a mild detergent mode) recorded on other DVD devices. solution. Do not use any type of � You may not be able to record or edit abrasive pad, scouring powder or the following

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mode)/DVD-R (VR mode) compatible On compensation for lost players. Notes About This recordings � Before recording important data, make Sony is not liable and will not a trial recording on rewritable media Server compensate for any lost recordings or such as a BD-RE, DVD-RW, or the related losses, including when HDD. recordings are not made due to reasons � Ver.1.0 BD-RE discs are not supported including recorder failure, or when the � Ver.2.1 BD-RE and Ver.1.1 BD-R If you have any que

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Playing data while it is being recorded (Chasing playback) ......................................41 Table of Contents Group names for imported video titles ...............41 Notes about Importing Videos ...........................41 Importing Photos ...............................................42 Importing all content from memory cards (One-Touch Import) ......................................42 Importing an album ............................................42 WARNING ........................

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Editing Video Title Information for the HDD/ Changing the Server Settings DATA disc ...................................................... 77 About video title information display .................. 78 Displaying the Server Settings icon ........... 108 Searching for Disc Information ..................... 78 Call Guide .......................................................... 110 Editing Video Titles ........................................... 79 Messages .......................................

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Home Menu Overview Starting from HOME To access numerous functions of the server, press the ‘HOME’ button on the remote. Photo Capture (page 86) Copy Photos (page 99) Copy x-ScrapBook Call Guide (page 110) (page 99) Create x-Pict Story HD (page 66) Messages (page 110) Settings Photo Music Disc Manager (page 110) Others (page 62) Others (page 69) Import Settings (page 111) Photos (page 60) Music (page 69) Newly Registered Video Settings (page 112) (Memory Card) (page 62) (page 71) Audio Set

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HDV/DV Import (page 39) Import Disc to HDD (page 39) Copy HDD to Disc (page 94) Video External Inputs Line 1 (page 40) Others (page 56) Line 2 (page 40) Personal Video (page 54) BD/DVD Movies (page 54) HDV (page 39) DV (page 39) x-Pict Story (page 66) Personal Video (page 54) Basic button operations HOME button Joystick Enters the Home Menu. Moves the highlight to select and enter an item displayed on the screen. RETURN OPTIONS RETURN button OPTIONS button Returns to the previous Displays o

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Main Features Your family movies, memories, videos, and music, all in one. 200 discs BD/DVD/CD changer x-Application 1 Holds up to 200 disc* Blu-ray Disc media, DVDs, and CDs. Create original personal movies from your photo collection Provides full HD 1080p picture quality. using “ x-Pict Story HD”, or explore your memories in a digital scrapbook using “ x-ScrapBook”. Easy disc copy to BD Music in multiple rooms Enjoy music in multiple rooms with a wireless audio system. It’s Easily copy disc

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About This Manual � In this manual, the internal hard disk drive is written as “HDD,” and “disc” is used as a general reference for the HDD, BDs, DVDs, or CDs unless otherwise specified by the text or illustrations. � Instructions in this manual describe the controls using the displays or the remote. You can also use the controls on the unit if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote. � The on-screen display illustrations used in this manual may not match the graphics di

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Index to Parts and Controls Buttons on the remote and the unit have the same function if they have the same or similar name. For details, see the pages in parentheses. Top panel 12 3 45 Press PUSH/OPEN on the rear RETURN OPTION HOME ENTER S VIDEO VIDEO R AUDIO L(MONO) LINE IN 2 HDV 1080i/DV IN RETURN OPTION HOME ENTER IMPORT SELECT IMPORT 6 78 9 STD/DUO CF SD xD-Picture Card qj qk ql IMPORT IMPORT SELECT 0qa qs qd qf qg qh A Retractable input and control panel indicator L./>(previous/next) bu

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Front panel 1 2 3 MEMORY CARD OPEN/CLOSE 4 CF SD xD-Picture Card 5 6 DISC OPEN/CLOSE 7 DISC OPEN/CLOSE MEMORY CARD OPEN/CLOSE 8 9 0 DISC OPEN/CLOSE qa qs A Memory Stick slot (36) B CF slot (36) ® – CompactFlash slot C SD slot (36) –SD memory Card slot D xD-Picture Card slot (36) – xD-Picture Card™ slot E Memory Stick/CF/SD/xD-Picture Card LED indicators – Lights up when the memory cards are inserted, and keeps flashing when the cards are being accessed. Do not eject the cards while the indicat

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Top panel display/front panel display The top and front panel displays are identical and show the same contents. 12 3458 67 9 A Playback status (Play/Pause) E HDV/DV I Main display – Lights up when the source is – Displays the following B Copy indicator the input from the HDV/DV information: – Lights up while copying to a IN jack. Title/track number disc. Elapsed playback time/ F Memory card C Line remaining time – Lights up when the source is – Lights up when the source is Current time a me

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Y A L P S I D A For startup operations F For display operations Remote – Press HOME to enter the OPEN/CLOSE : ZOPEN/CLOSE button server’s start menu (Home AV (32) Menu) and use the Joystick to operate. ‘Select’ the INPUT : INPUT button displayed item by tilting the – Switches the input source. Joystick <,Mm and then press it down to ‘ENTER.’ AV : AV \/1 (power) button HOME (126) : HOME button (9) : \/1 (power) button (28) : Joystick (9) SET RM SET UP OPTIONS : RM SET UP (remote : OPTIO

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pressed in pause mode. The speed changes when pressed repeatedly. CH / : CH (channel) +/–* buttons – Selects the TV channels up and down. VOL / : VOL (volume) +/– buttons – Adjusts the volume. MUTING : MUTING button – Mutes the sound. H For video title options MARK ERASE / : CHAPTER MARK (MARK/ERASE) buttons (81) IMPORT : IMPORT button (40, 42) – Performs the same function as the IMPORT button on the top panel. AUDIO : AUDIO button* – Selects the sound track or the language track. SUBTITLE

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Step-by-step Instructions Getting Started Step 1 Unpacking (page 19) Follow steps 1 to 8 to hook up and adjust the settings of the server. For jack and button names, see “Index to Parts and Controls” (page 12). Checking the Accessories (page 22) Step 2 Notes � Plug cables securely to prevent unwanted noise. � Refer to the instructions supplied with the components to be connected. Installing Tip-Over Prevention Step 3 � A TV with a video input jack is required to connect to this (page 23) se

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Getting Started B Lift the upper carton. Step 1: Unpacking This box contains accessories, padding materials, and the server unit. Since the unit is large and heavy, make sure to work with another person, and follow the procedures in this document as described. a Remove the accessories and the glass panels. A Remove the accessory pack. c Remove the lock screws. Do not discard; the boxes contain accessories and A On the bottom of the unit (not the box), you Operating Instructions. should find

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d Remove the lock stick. f Remove the pallet. A On the bottom of the unit (the same place as A Remove the cushioning from the top of the step 3), you should find a lock stick. unit. B Unlock the lock stick by turning the stick clockwise 90 degrees and remove it. B Remove the pallet while another person is holding up the unit. Store the lock stick in a safe place as you may need it when transporting the unit. The lock stick is necessary for securing the unit to the packing material to preve

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