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3-858-447-21 (1)
Projection TV
Operating Instructions
©1997 by Sony Corporation


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  • Page 1 3-858-447-21 (1) Projection TV Operating Instructions KP-E41 KP-E53 KP-E61 ©1997 by Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2 S VIDEO VIDEO (MONO) AUDIO Getting Started...
  • Page 4 Getting Started...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    WARNING Table of contents 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 6: Getting Started

    Getting Started Installing the projection TV For the best picture quality, install the projection TV within the areas shown below. Optimum viewing area (Vertical) Optimum viewing area (Horizontal) KP-E41 KP-E41 75° 75° 75° 27.5° 27.5° KP-E53/E61 KP-E53/E61 75° 75° 27.5°...
  • Page 7: Changing The Menu Language

    TV. MENU ENTER Press ENTER. ¢+ or ›– ENTER Press POWER on the projection TV. KP-E41 Press ¢ + or › – to select CHINESE. POWER KP-E53/E61 Press ENTER. POWER ENTER Press MENU to return to the normal screen.
  • Page 8: Adjusting The Convergence (convergence)

    Press ¢ + or › – to move the line until it Adjusting the converges with the center green line, and press ENTER. convergence (Light blue) (CONVERGENCE) (Light blue) To move up/right, press ¢ +. Before you use the projection TV, adjust convergence. The projection tube image appears on the screen in To move down/left, press ›...
  • Page 9: Presetting Channels

    Press ¢ + or › – to select AUTO PROGR. Presetting channels Press ENTER. You can preset TV channels easily by storing all the receivable channels automatically. You can also preset ENTER channels manually or skip program positions (page 23). You can preset channels using the buttons on the projection TV as well as those on the remote commander.
  • Page 10: Introducing The Menu

    Introducing the menu You can preset channels and set picture quality, sound, and other settings using the on-screen menus. You can use the buttons on both remote commander and the projection TV to operate the menus. Main menu Getting back to the previous menu Cancelling the menu screen Press MENU.
  • Page 11: Operations

    When the STANDBY indicator on the front of the projection TV is not lit, press POWER on the projection TV, and select the program position. KP-E41 To scan through program positions Press PROGR +/– until the program position you POWER want appears.
  • Page 12: Setting The Sleep Timer

    Switching off the projection TV Displaying on-screen information Press DISP. To switch off the projection TV temporarily, press POWER on the remote commander. DISP The STANDBY indicator lights. POWER To switch off the projection TV completely, press POWER on the TV. Note •...
  • Page 13: Using The Picture-in-picture Features

    Using the Picture-in- Changing the position of the PIP screen Picture features Press MENU. You can display a Picture-in-Picture (PIP) screen (small Press ¢ + or › – to move the cursor (z) to picture) within the main picture of a TV program or a FEATURES, and press ENTER.
  • Page 14: Selecting The Picture Mode

    If the fixed (non-moving) pattern is on the screen Selecting the for long periods of time Keep the picture functions at low settings (see “Adjusting the picture setting” on page 14). If not, the image may be picture mode permanently imprinted on the screen. Note •...
  • Page 15: Selecting The Sound Mode

    Press ¢ + or › – to adjust the item, and Selecting the sound press ENTER. mode Item Press ¢ + to Press › – to PICTURE Increase picture Decrease picture contrast contrast COLOR Increase color Decrease color intensity intensity Brighten the picture Darken the picture BRIGHT...
  • Page 16 Adjusting the sound setting Listening to surround sound (ADJUSTMENT) You can enjoy a surround sound effect that is like being You can adjust the sound quality to suit your taste with in a movie theater or a concert hall when receiving the ADJUSTMENT option.
  • Page 17: Selecting A Stereo Or Bilingual Program

    The sound changes and the corresponding indicator lights up as follows: ENLARGE Setting the speaker switch KP-E41 If you connect a Dolby Pro Logic-compatible amplifier KP-E53/E61 to the CENTER SPEAKER IN terminals, you can use the projection TV speakers as center speakers.
  • Page 18: Viewing Teletext

    Viewing Teletext Checking the contents of a Teletext service (INDEX) When Teletext is switched on, you can display the Teletext menu. Press MENU. TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext via a local TV channel. Teletext service allows you to receive various Press ¢...
  • Page 19 Enlarging the Teletext display Displaying a Teletext page at the (ENLARGE) requested time (TIME PAGE) Each time you press A/B/ENLARGE, the Teletext You can display a time-coded page (e.g. an alarm page) display changes as follows: at the time you preset. Enlarge upper half Enlarge lower half Normal size...
  • Page 20: Using Headphones

    TV. The sound from the speaker is shut off. Press ¢ + or › – to select FEATURES, and To adjust the headphones volume, press VOL +/–. press ENTER. KP-E41 –––––––– VIDEO 3 IN –––––––– S VIDEO VIDEO L(MONO)––AUDIO––R ENTER MENU COLOR SYSTEM Press ¢...
  • Page 21 To preset other channels Presetting channels manually Repeat steps 4 to 6. To change the program position for a channel or to Disabling program positions receive a channel with a weak signal, preset the channel manually. By disabling unused or unwanted program positions, For example, preset a channel in program position 8.
  • Page 22 Customizing channel names Manual fine-tuning You can caption each channel number using up to five Normally, the automatic fine-tuning (AFT) is letters to be displayed on the screen. operating. However, if the picture of a channel is distorted, you can use the manual fine-tuning function Display the MANUAL PROGR menu.
  • Page 23: Setting The Remote Command Mode

    PR, and press ENTER. You can use the supplied remote commander to operate the TV and Sony video equipment, such as a Press ¢ + or › – to select the program VCR or multi-disc player. To operate Sony video...
  • Page 24: Additional Information

    Additional Information Connections Connecting a VHF antenna or a combination VHF/UHF antenna—75-ohm coaxial cable (round) Attach an optional IEC antenna connector to the 75-ohm coaxial cable. Plug the connector into the (antenna) terminal at the rear of the projection TV. On a wall Rear of projection TV Rear of projection TV...
  • Page 25 When connecting a monaural VCR Note on the video input Connect the yellow plug to VIDEO and the white plug to When no signal is input, the screen becomes black and on-screen- AUDIO-L (mono). display becomes dark. If both S Video and video signals are input When connecting a VCR to the VIDEO 3 IN jacks The S Video input signal is selected.
  • Page 26: Troubleshooting

    No picture Troubleshooting No sound Press POWER. Press POWER to turn the projection TV off for 5 to 6 seconds, then turn it on again by pressing POWER. Check the antenna connection. If you have any problems, read this manual again and Check the VCR connections.
  • Page 27: Channel Allocation

    Channel allocation Areas allocated in each channel system M E/ASIA/CATV W EURO CHINA/E EURO Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Austria, Bahrain, Benin, Bulgaria, China, Congo, Czechoslovakia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brunei, Canary Islands, Cyprus, Djibouti Republic, Gabon, Guadeloupe, Guiana, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Guinea (P.P.R.), Hungary, Ivory Coast, Dem.
  • Page 28: Specifications

    Power consumption coupling and liquidcooling system 175 W Projection lenses High performance, large-diameter Dimensions (w/h/d) 951 × 991 × 588 mm (KP-E41) hybrid lens F1.0 1164 × 1335 × 650 mm (KP-E53) Screen size 41 inches (KP-E41) 1336 × 1519 × 647 mm (KP-E61)

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