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Presetting channels
You can preset TV channels easily by storing all the
receivable channels automatically. You can also preset
channels manually or disable program positions (see
page 16 ).
Presetting channels automatically
You can preset up to 100 TV channels in numerical
sequence from the program position 1. You can preset
channels automatically using the button on the TV or
the menu.
PROGR
U
R
3
L(MONO)
R
ENTER
MENU
1
Press U to turn on the TV.
U
2
Press
.
AUTO PROGRAM
PR : 0 1
T V SYS : B / G
1
2
3
VHF LOW
4
5
6
7
8
9
The TV starts scanning and presetting channels
automatically. When all of the receivable channels
are stored, the AUTO PROGRAM menu disappears
and the first nine preset TV programs appear on the
nine sub screens. The nine sub screens disappear
after being displayed for several seconds.
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Note
• If you want to return to the normal screen while the nine sub
screens are being displayed, you can press PROGR INDEX on
the remote commander.
To preset channels automatically using
the menu
1
Press MENU.
2
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to the
PRESET menu (
), and press ENTER.
3
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to AUTO
PROGRAM, and press ENTER.
Presetting channels manually
To change the program position for a channel or to
receive a channel with a weak signal which you cannot
receive by automatic presetting, preset the channel
manually.
MENU
ENTER
1
Press MENU.
A / V CONTROL
MENU
DYNAM I C
STANDARD
SOF T
PERSONAL
V I DEO AD J UST
AUD I O AD J UST
2
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to the
PRESET menu (
), and press ENTER.
PRESET
L ANGUAGE /
:
ENGL I SH
ENTER
ENTER
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V SYS : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
SK I P :
PR 0 2 O F F
3
Select your local TV system.
(1) Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to TV SYS, and
press ENTER.
(2) Press V/b/v/B until your local TV system appears
on the menu, and press ENTER.
4
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to
MANUAL PROGRAM, and press ENTER.
MANUA L PROGRAM
P R : 0 1
T V S Y S : B / G
ENTER
ENTER
AT T : OFF
V O L U M E : 0
VHF L O W
5
Select the program position to which you
want to preset a channel.
(1) Make sure the cursor (z) appears beside PR, and
press ENTER.
(2) Press V/b/v/B until the program position you
want appears on the menu, and press ENTER.
6
Select the desired channel.
(1) Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to VHF LOW
(VHF Hi or UHF), and press ENTER.
(2) Press V/b/v/B until the desired channel picture
appears on the TV screen, and press ENTER.
7
Press MENU to return to the normal screen.
If the TV system is not properly selected
The picture color may be poor and/or the sound may
be noisy. In this case, select the appropriate TV system.
1
Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons to select
the program position.
2
Display the PRESET menu.
3
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to TV SYS, and
press ENTER.
4
Press V/b/v/B until the appropriate TV system
appears, and press ENTER.
Notes
• The TV SYS (TV system), the ATT (attenuator), and the
VOLUME (volume offset) settings are memorized for each
program position.
• If you do not know your local TV system, consult your nearest
Sony dealer or authorized service center.
Attenuating the signal for individual
programs
If the TV signal is too strong, the picture may be
distorted. You can reduce the picture distortion by
attenuating the signal individually.
1
Display the PRESET menu.
PRES E T
L A NGUAGE /
:
ENGL I SH
ENTER
ENTER
AUTO PROGRAM
MANUA L PROGRAM
T V S Y S : B / G
COL SYS : AUTO
S K I P :
PR 0 2 O F F
2
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to
MANUAL PROGRAM, and press ENTER.
MANUA L PROGRAM
P R : 0 1
T V S Y S : B / G
ENTER
ENTER
AT T : OFF
V O L U M E : 0
VHF L O W
3
Press V or v to move the cursor (z) to ATT,
and press ENTER.
MANUA L PROGRAM
P R : 0 1
T V SY S : B / G
ENTER
ENTER
AT T : OFF
V O L U M E : 0
VHF LO W
4
Press V/b/v/B to select ON, and press ENTER.
Getting Started
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