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4-090-365- F1 (1)
Projection TV

Operating Instructions

• Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain
it for future reference.
KP-FS57
K90
© 2002 Sony Corporation

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   Summary of Contents for Sony KP-FS57

  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    4-090-365- F1 (1) Projection TV Operating Instructions • Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference. KP-FS57 © 2002 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents WARNING Using Your New Projection TV Getting Started ..................... 5 Step 1 Install the projection TV ............5 Step 2 Connect the antenna ..............6 Step 3 Insert the batteries into the remote .......... 7 Step 4 Setting up your projection TV automatically ......8 Connecting optional components ............
  • Page 4: Warning

    WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the projection TV to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the projection TV. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. For general safety: •...
  • Page 5: Using Your New Projection Tv

    Using Your New Projection TV Getting Started Step 1 Install the projection TV For the best picture quality, install the projection TV within the areas below. Optimum viewing area (Horizontal) 60° 60° Optimum viewing area (Vertical) 30° 30° continued Using Your New Projection TV...
  • Page 6: Step 2 Connect The Antenna

    Getting Started (continued) Step 2 Connect the antenna If you wish to connect a VCR, see the “Connecting a VCR” diagram on page 7. Rear of projection TV Antenna cable (not supplied) Antenna cable (not supplied) : Signal flow CAUTION Do not connect the power cord until all other connections are complete, otherwise, a minimal current leakage through the antenna and/or other terminals to the ground could occur.
  • Page 7: Step 3 Insert The Batteries Into The Remote

    Connecting a VCR To play a video tape, press INPUT SELECT (see page 16). To 8 (antenna) Antenna cable (not supplied) Rear of projection TV To antenna To S VIDEO input output VIDEO IN MONITOR COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN S video cable S VIDEO (not supplied) VIDEO...
  • Page 8: Step 4 Setting Up Your Projection Tv Automatically

    Getting Started (continued) Step 4 Step 4 Setting up your projection TV automatically Setting up your projection TV automatically MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER DRC-MF V CENTER MENU STAND BY HD/DVD VIDEO STEREO/ WAKE UP Press ! to turn on the projection TV.
  • Page 9 Move up or down to select “YES”, then press to preset the channel INITIAL SETUP automatically. The screen will indicate AUTO PROGRAM automatic channel presetting is in progress. INITIAL SETUP After channel presetting is START DIGITAL QUICK complete, automatic FOCUS NOW? convergence adjustment menu appears.
  • Page 10: Connecting Optional Components

    Connecting optional components You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, a DTV (Digital Television) Receiver, multi disc player, camcorder, video game, or stereo system. To watch and operate the connected equipment, see pages 16 and 31. Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment using the VIDEO 4 IN jacks To open the drop-down panel of your projection TV, push it up until you hear a...
  • Page 11 Connecting audio/video equipment using the MONITOR OUT jacks Antenna cable (not supplied) Rear of projection TV VIDEO IN MONITOR COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN S VIDEO Audio system antenna output VIDEO SYNC (MONO) AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO To video audio and audio inputs inputs To MONITOR OUT...
  • Page 12 Connecting optional components (continued) Connecting a DVD player to COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN 1 Using an audio cable, connect R and L under COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN 1 or 2 on your projection TV to the LINE OUT, AUDIO R and L output connectors on your DVD player.
  • Page 13 Connecting a DVD player to VIDEO IN Connect AUDIO/VIDEO jacks under VIDEO IN 1, 2, or 3 connectors on your projection TV to LINE OUT on your DVD player. Rear of projection TV To VIDEO IN To audio/video 1, 2, or 3 output VIDEO IN MONITOR...
  • Page 14 Connecting optional components (continued) Connecting a DTV (digital television) receiver to COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN 1 or 2 jacks Rear of projection TV Component video cable To COMPONENT VIDEO (not supplied) (HD/DVD) IN 1 or 2 To component video output Digital TV COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN receiver...
  • Page 15: Watching The Tv

    Watching the TV MUTING DISPLAY This section explains various functions MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER POWER and operations used while watching the TV. Most operations can be done using DRC-MF the remote. V CENTER HD/DVD VIDEO HD/DVD VIDEO STAND BY STAND BY STEREO/ WAKE UP...
  • Page 16 Watching the TV (continued) To select a TV program quickly (1) Press and hold CH +/–. (2) Release CH +/– when the desired program number appears. Note • When you select a TV program quickly, the picture may be disrupted. This does not indicate a malfunction.
  • Page 17: Setting The Sleep Timer

    Setting the Wake Up timer Press WAKE UP until the WAKE UP TIMER:10M desired period of time After 10 minutes WAKE UP appears. The Wake Up timer starts immediately after you WAKE UP TIMER:OFF WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M No Wake Up Timer After 12 hours have set it.
  • Page 18: Advanced Operations

    Advanced Operations Selecting the picture and sound modes JUMP ENTER You can select picture and sound modes and adjust the setting to your preference in the “PERSONAL” option. OPTION RESET WAKE UP SLEEP Selecting the picture mode Press repeatedly until the desired picture mode DYNAMIC STANDARD...
  • Page 19: Viewing Higher Quality Pictures

    “GAME MODE” or “TWIN” mode is turned “ON”, or when the “Memory Stick” menu is displayed. The mode is not also selectable for HD (high-definition) or progressive signal. The DRC-MF logo ( ) and “DRC-MF” are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Advanced Operations...
  • Page 20: Using Wide Screen Mode

    Using wide screen MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER mode DRC-MF The wide screen mode feature allows V CENTER V CENTER you to watch the picture filling the 16:9 screen of the projection TV. HD/DVD VIDEO JUMP ENTER OPTION RESET WAKE UP SLEEP Watching the picture in wide screen mode automatically —...
  • Page 21 AUTO WIDE When receiving ... The picture changes to ... functions to select ... enlarge the 4:3 normal 4:3 picture, with aspect ratio WIDE the upper and picture with an ZOOM* lower parts ID-1 signal or a condensed to fit signal without the 16:9 screen.
  • Page 22 Using wide screen mode (continued) Watching the picture in wide screen mode manually You can select the desired wide screen mode manually. Press repeatedly until the mode indication you WIDE ZOOM NORMAL want is displayed on the screen. For details on each mode, see “Watching the picture ZOOM FULL...
  • Page 23 Adjusting the position of the picture You can adjust the vertical position of the picture when – the upper or lower part of the picture cannot be seen in WIDE ZOOM mode. – you want to adjust the vertical position of the picture in the screen for ZOOM mode. This feature is available only for WIDE ZOOM and ZOOM modes.
  • Page 24: Watching Two Programs

    Watching two MUTING POWER VIDEO programs at the DISPLAY POWER same time DRC-MF V CENTER — “TWIN” With the TWIN pictures feature, you can display a different TV program beside the main picture. HD/DVD VIDEO JUMP ENTER Displaying TWIN pictures Press To return to the normal screen Press...
  • Page 25 Additional tasks Press/Move change a TV program in the right Move up or down (TWIN CH + or –). picture swap the left and right pictures Press swap sound between the left and Press right pictures. The “ ” symbol will appear to indicate which screen you are hearing.
  • Page 26 Watching two programs at the same time (continued) Selecting a TV program using TWIN You can select your desired TV program directly from the right picture by using (TWIN CH +/–). Move up or down (TWIN CH +/–). The TWIN pictures appear on the screen.
  • Page 27: Displaying Multiple Programs

    Displaying MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER multiple programs DRC-MF CHANNEL V CENTER INDEX — “CHANNEL INDEX” The CHANNEL INDEX feature displays all tuned TV programs scrolling on the screen for direct selection. HD/DVD VIDEO JUMP ENTER OPTION RESET WAKE UP SLEEP Press CHANNEL INDEX.
  • Page 28 Displaying multiple programs (continued) Press again to enlarge the selected program into the left frame. The selected program is displayed in normal motion picture, and the sound also switches to this program. Press CHANNEL INDEX. The selected program is displayed in full screen. •...
  • Page 29: Listening With Surround Sound

    Listening with surround sound The surround feature enables you to JUMP ENTER enjoy the sound effects of a concert hall or movie theater. OPTION RESET WAKE UP SLEEP Press repeatedly until you receive the desired SURROUND: TruSurround surround sound. SURROUND: SIMULATED SURROUND: OFF Select listen to the surround sound that spreads out to the rear of a room.
  • Page 30: Enjoying Stereo Or Bilingual

    Enjoying stereo or bilingual MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER programs DRC-MF V CENTER You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of Korean stereo systems. When you receive the channel with them, the STEREO indicator on the front HD/DVD VIDEO panel of the projection TV lights up red.
  • Page 31: Operating Optional Components

    VIDEO optional DISPLAY POWER VIDEO POWER components DRC-MF V CENTER You can use the supplied remote to operate Sony video equipment such as Beta, 8 mm, VHS or DVD. HD/DVD VIDEO Number buttons 1-7 JUMP ENTER Number button 0 OPTION...
  • Page 32: Operating Video Equipment

    Operating optional components (continued) Note • If the equipment does not have a certain function, the corresponding button on the remote will not operate. Operating video equipment Press VIDEO POWER, or while keeping OPTION pressed, press (N) or move up (X), down (x), left (.) or right (>) (see the chart below). VIDEO OPTION OPTION...
  • Page 33 Operating an MDP using the remote Press/Move turn on/off VIDEO POWER. play N while keeping OPTION pressed. stop x while keeping OPTION pressed. pause X while keeping OPTION pressed. Press again to resume normal playback. > or .during playback while keeping search the picture forward or OPTION pressed.
  • Page 34: Using A "memory Stick

    “Memory Stick” compatible products. Supported image types This projection TV’s “Memory Stick” viewer can display only still images that have been recorded on “Memory Stick” media by Sony brand digital still and video cameras. Note •...
  • Page 35 This projection TV’s “Memory Stick” viewer cannot display any of the following: – Images recorded on digital still cameras and digital video cameras that are not Sony brand – Images recorded using products that are not DCF compliant, including the Sony DCR-TRV900/TRV900E and DSR-PD100/ PD100A/100P/100AP digital video cameras –...
  • Page 36 Notes on using a “Memory Stick” • To prevent data loss, make backup of data frequently. In no event will Sony be liable for any loss of data. • Unauthorized recording may be contrary to the provisions of copyright law.
  • Page 37 To remove a “Memory Stick” 1 Check that the ACCESS indicator is off. (When the light is on, this indicates that the projection TV is reading data from the “Memory Stick”). 2 Push the “Memory Stick” gently into the slot, and then release it. The “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 38 Using a “Memory Stick” (continued) Displaying the “Memory Stick” menu MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER DRC-MF MEMORY STICK V CENTER HD/DVD VIDEO Insert a “Memory Stick” into the MEMORY STICK slot on the front of the projection TV (see page 36). Press MEMORY STICK.
  • Page 39 Displaying index pictures You can display twelve thumbnail pictures stored in a “Memory Stick” at one time. You can also select one of them to display in full screen. After displaying the “Memory Stick” menu, move up or Yellow cursor indicates the currently down to select “Index”, then selected picture.
  • Page 40 Using a “Memory Stick” (continued) To display one of the index pictures in full screen Move up, down, left or right to move the yellow cursor to the still picture you want to display, then press To return to the “Memory Stick Index” screen, press again.
  • Page 41 To end the slide show While the slide show is running, press The screen returns to the “Memory Stick” menu. To change the interval of the slide show You can select the timing to advance pictures among “5 sec.” (factory setting), “10 sec.”, “1 min.”, “5 min.” and “15 min.” 1 After displaying the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 42 Using a “Memory Stick” (continued) To run a slide show one time You can set the slide show not to repeat automatically. 1 After displaying the “Memory Stick” menu, move up or down to select “Setup”, then press 2 Move up or down to select “Slideshow - Repeat”, then press Memory Stick Setup Back...
  • Page 43 Rotating a still picture You can rotate a still picture stored in a “Memory Stick” in 90° steps. After displaying the Memory Stick Setup “Memory Stick” menu, Back move up or down to Slideshow - Interval: 5 sec. select “Setup”, then Slideshow - Repeat: On press File Information: On...
  • Page 44: Selecting The Picture And Sound

    Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Introducing the menu system The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your projection TV. The following is an overview of the menu system. Return icon PICTURE icon Name of the current menu SOUND icon SET UP...
  • Page 45 Level 1 Level 3/Level 4/Function Level 2/Level 3 “MEMORY Display still pictures stored in a “Memory Stick”. “MEMORY STICK STICK” You can also display this menu by pressing MEMORY MENU” STICK on the remote. Display multiple still pictures. “Index” “Slideshow” Display still pictures in sequence.
  • Page 46 Introducing the menu system (continued) To restore the factory settings Press the RESET button. The settings other than the following items in the menu can be reset by using the RESET button: – “LANGUAGE” – “CONVERGENCE” – “CH” in “CHANNEL SETUP” –...
  • Page 47 How to use the menu Press MENU to MUTING POWER PICTURE VIDEO DISPLAY POWER display the menu. DRC-MF : DRC1050 PICTURE MODE : DYNAMIC 3D-NR : ON GAME MODE : OFF DRC-MF V CENTER Move the button MULTI PICTURE joystick ( ) up, TWIN : OFF HD/DVD VIDEO...
  • Page 48: Changing The "picture" Setting

    Changing the “PICTURE” setting MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER The “PICTURE” menu allows you to DRC-MF adjust the picture setting, view higher V CENTER quality pictures, reduce picture noise, MENU and adjust the picture setting that is suitable for viewing video games. HD/DVD VIDEO Press MENU.
  • Page 49 Select improve the picture quality of TV or video if a signal received is “3D-NR” weak. Move up or down to select “ON”, then press To cancel, select “OFF”, then press adjust the picture setting that is suitable to view video games. “GAME MODE”...
  • Page 50 Changing the “PICTURE” setting (continued) Adjusting the “ADJUST” options under “PICTURE MODE” Move up or down to select the desired item (e.g., “COLOR”), then press COLOR Adjust the value according to the following table, then press Move down or left to Move up or right to “PICTURE”...
  • Page 51: Changing The "sound" Setting

    Changing the “SOUND” setting The “SOUND” menu allows you to MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER adjust the sound setting and adjust the volume automatically. You can also listen to the sound with surround effect. DRC-MF V CENTER MENU HD/DVD VIDEO Press MENU.
  • Page 52 Changing the “SOUND” setting (continued) • For details on the options under the “SOUND MODE” and “SURROUND” modes, see pages 18 and 29, respectively. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. Adjusting the “ADJUST” options under “SOUND MODE” Move up or down to select the desired item (e.g., “BALANCE”), then...
  • Page 53: Insert A "memory Stick" Into

    Changing the “MEMORY STICK” setting MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER The “MEMORY STICK” menu allows you to view still pictures recorded by a DRC-MF digital camera and stored in a “Memory V CENTER Stick”. MENU Insert a “Memory Stick” into the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 54: Setting

    Changing the “WIDE SCREEN” setting MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER The “WIDE SCREEN” menu DRC-MF allows you to watch the picture V CENTER filling the 16:9 screen of the MENU projection TV. Press MENU. PICTURE DRC-MF: DRC1050 PICTURE MODE: DYNAMIC 3D-NR: ON GAME MODE: OFF Move...
  • Page 55 Select “4:3 DEFAULT” display a 4:3 picture in WIDE ZOOM (factory setting) or in NORMAL mode. Move up or down to select WIDE ZOOM or NORMAL, then press “V CENTER” adjust the vertical position of the picture within the screen in WIDE ZOOM or ZOOM mode.
  • Page 56: Setting

    Changing the “MULTI PICTURE” MUTING POWER VIDEO setting DISPLAY POWER CHANNEL INDEX DRC-MF The “MULTI PICTURE” menu allows V CENTER you to use the TWIN pictures, or CHANNEL INDEX feature. MENU HD/DVD VIDEO Press MENU. PICTURE DRC-MF : DRC1050 PICTURE MODE : DYNAMIC 3D-NR : ON GAME MODE : OFF Move...
  • Page 57: Changing The "setup" Setting

    Changing the “SETUP” setting MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER The “SETUP” menu allows you to adjust the setup of your projection TV. For DRC-MF example, you can change the menu V CENTER language, adjust the convergence, preset MENU channels, etc. HD/DVD VIDEO Number buttons,...
  • Page 58 Changing the “SETUP” setting (continued) Select “CONVERGENCE” adjust the convergence. CONVERGENCE DIGITAL QUICK FOCUS MANUAL ADJUST You can select automatic or manual convergence adjustment. See “Adjusting the convergence manually” on page 59. preset channels automatically, or select cable system. “CH PRESET” CH PRESET AUTO PROGRAM CABLE : ON...
  • Page 59: Adjusting The Convergence Manually

    Adjusting the convergence manually After selecting “CONVERGENCE”, move up or down to select “MANUAL ADJUST”, then press The cross pattern appears ADJUST : < ,Mm NEXT COLOR : on the screen. Move up, down, left or right to adjust the red lines until they converge with the green lines, then press...
  • Page 60 Changing the “SETUP” setting (continued) Selecting the cable system After selecting “CH CH PRESET PRESET”, move up or AUTO PROGRAM CABLE: down to select “CABLE”, then press Move up or down to select “ON” or “OFF”, then press (1) If you select “CABLE : ON”, you will receive CH PRESET cable TV channels.
  • Page 61: Presetting Channels Manually

    Presetting channels manually After selecting “CHANNEL CHANNEL SETUP CH : SETUP”, make sure “CH” ADD/ERASE : ADD is selected, then press CHILD LOCK : OFF SENS : HIGH Move up or down CHANNEL SETUP CH : until the channel number ADD/ERASE : ADD you want to add or erase CHILD LOCK : OFF...
  • Page 62 Changing the “SETUP” setting (continued) Blocking channels (“CHILD LOCK”) After selecting “CHANNEL CHANNEL SETUP CH : SETUP”, make sure “CH” ADD/ERASE : ADD is selected, then press CHILD LOCK : OFF SENS : HIGH Move up or down to CHANNEL SETUP CH : select the desired channel ADD/ERASE : ADD...
  • Page 63: Additional Information

    Additional Information Troubleshooting If you have any problem while viewing your projection TV, please check the following troubleshooting guide. If the problem persists, contact your Sony dealer. Possible cause Symptom Solutions Page • Check the antenna cable and • The connection is...
  • Page 64 • The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact – needs adjustment. a Sony dealer for advice. • Use of a booster is • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it – inappropriate. is in use.
  • Page 65 • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a • The antenna – Sony dealer for advice. direction needs adjustment. The sound switches • Press MTS until a better sound is heard. • The broadcast signal...
  • Page 66: Self-diagnosis Function

    Count the number of times the STAND BY indicator flashes. Press ! (main power) to turn off your projection TV. Inform your nearest Sony service center about the number of times the STAND BY indicator flashed. Be sure to note the model name and serial number located on the rear of your projection TV.
  • Page 67: Identifying Parts And Controls

    Identifying parts and controls Front and inside the drop-down panel Front panel ACCESS MEMORY STICK STAND BY STEREO/ WAKE UP CHANNEL Inside the drop-down VOLUME panel INPUT SELECT MENU VIDEO S VIDEO VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO 4 IN ENTER DIGITAL QUICK FOCUS Button/connector...
  • Page 68: Connect To S Video Output Of

    Identifying parts and controls (continued) Rear VIDEO IN MONITOR COMPONENT VIDEO (HD/DVD) IN S VIDEO VIDEO SYNC (MONO) AUDIO AUDIO AUDIO Connector Function Page S VIDEO Connect to S video output of video equipment. VIDEO IN 1/2/3 Connect to video/audio outputs of video equipment.
  • Page 69: Remote Control

    Remote control The names/symbols of buttons on the remote are indicated in different colors to represent the available functions. Label color Button function MUTING POWER White For general TV operations VIDEO DISPLAY POWER Green For Teletext operations Yellow For TWIN picture operations DRC-MF Pink For optional components operations...
  • Page 70 Identifying parts and controls (continued) Button Page Function VIDEO POWER •Power. •Use with the number buttons to set up the remote. DRC-MF Select DRC-MF mode. MUTING POWER VIDEO DISPLAY POWER Select stereo/bilingual mode. CHANNEL Display all tuned TV INDEX programs. DRC-MF •Select, adjust and confirm V CENTER...
  • Page 71: Additional Information

    Additional Information...
  • Page 72: Specifications

    Specifications Projection system 3 picture tubes, 3 lenses, horizontal inline system Picture tube 7 inch high-brightnes monochorome tubes (6.3 raster size), with optical coupling and liquid cooling system Projection lenses High performance, large-diameter highbrid lens F1.0 Screen size 57 inches Television system Color system NTSC3.58...

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