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Sony lf-x1 digital multimedia broadcaster: user guide
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TV and Video
Q: I'm not getting a picture. What could be the problem?
A: There are some obvious things to check and some not so obvious things to check. Begin
checking basic set up functions and go through the following list until you find a solution.
Make sure the Base Station is turned on.
During wireless connection inside the home, if the wireless signal has been lost,
you may have moved outside the range of LocationFree™ TV. Move closer to the
Base Station until you reach a place where the picture appears.
During wireless connection inside the home, if a nearby device, such as another
wireless access point, is operating on the same wireless channel as the signal
from the Base Station, change the setting on the wireless access point. (See the
"Wireless at Home" section below for more information.)
When Wireless or Wired LAN is selected in the "On the go mode", either connect
through NetAV or change to the wireless connection. (See the "NetAV" section
below for more information.)
When using wired LAN mode, verify that the Monitor is set to connect with
"Home-Wired LAN". If images still do not appear, temporarily switch the setting
to "Home-Wireless" and then switch it back to "Home-Wired LAN".
When you've confirmed communication with the Base Station (check for the Base
Station icon in the upper right hand part of the LCD Monitor) press "Get AV" at
the bottom of the TV "Video1" or "Video2" screen to intercept the image. When
using wired LAN mode, verify that the Monitor is set to connect
Q: Why does the picture all of a sudden freeze?
A: It is possible that a nearby device is operating on the same wireless channel as the unit.
Try the following:
Change the wireless channel setting of the LCD Monitor. (See the "Wireless at
Home" section below for more information.)
Use it somewhere out of range of the suspected source of interference. (See the
"Wireless at Home" section below for more information.)
When using the wired LAN mode, use a 10/100 Base-T router or hub, and not a
10 Base-T router or hub.
When using NetAV, pictures may freeze due to communication conditions on the
Internet. (See the "NetAV" section below for more information.)
Q: The color and picture quality on my LocationFree™ TV LCD Monitor isn't as good as I
think it should be. Is there some way to correct this?
A: You can optimize the picture quality by touching the "Rate" icon on the bottom of the TV.
"Video 1" or "Video 2" screen. LocationFree™ TV will take a few moments to respond to
the command.
If the color still looks washed out, try adjusting the "Picture" settings. They can be
accessed via the "TV/Video" icon located under the "Settings" menu. Also, verify whether
the AV cable is correctly connected. One last thing. If the picture is grainy or pixilated it
may be due to the image processing and not your unit malfunctioning.
LocationFree™ TV
Trouble Shooting Guide

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