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Head
Mounted
Display
Reference Guide
HMZ-T2
Before Initial Use
Refer to the "Startup Guide" for instructions on
connecting the system, wearing the unit, and completing
initial settings.
4-439-019-12(1)

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    4-439-019-12(1) Head Mounted Display Reference Guide Before Initial Use Refer to the “Startup Guide” for instructions on connecting the system, wearing the unit, and completing initial settings. HMZ-T2...

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    Refer to them whenever you call upon your Do not expose the appliance to naked flame sources Sony dealer regarding this product. (for example, lighted candles). To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not Model No.

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    If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.

  • Page 4: Health Precautions

    Health Precautions EU directives. This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. Inquiries related to product Age Limitations compliance based on European Union legislation Watching video images or playing games by...

  • Page 5: Precautions

    Correct Use • Ensure that you are wearing the head mounted unit correctly. Precautions – For instructions on wearing the unit, refer to the “Startup Guide.” – To avoid watching with the screens skewed, Power Supply check screen alignment by referring to the Position the system near the wall outlet (mains) confirmation screen displayed initially.

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    Lens Care HDMI Jacks and Connectors • Handle the lenses on the head mounted unit Take these precautions to avoid damaging HDMI carefully to avoid smears or scratches. If the jacks and connectors. lenses become dirty, wipe them gently with a •...

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    Headphone Handling • If you experience an allergic reaction to the supplied headphones, stop using them at once and contact a doctor. • When you unplug the headphones from the head mounted unit, make sure to hold the headphone plug to unplug it. Pulling by the headphone cord itself may damage it.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Health Precautions ..........4 Precautions .

  • Page 9: Product Highlights, Supplied Accessories

    3D movies and play 3D games from with the system after purchase. If any items connected Blu-ray Disc™ player and game are missing, contact your Sony dealer or a consoles. local authorized Sony service center. Product highlights are as follows.

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    • Headphones (1) • Earbuds (Size S, L) (1 pair for each size) Medium-sized earbuds are initially attached, at the time of purchase. • Reference Guide (this guide) • Startup Guide...

  • Page 11: Parts And Controls

    Parts and Controls Head Mounted Unit Headband strap Forehead supporter release button Top headband strap Bottom headband strap Illumination Headband strap release button 1 (Power On/ Standby) button VOL +/– buttons Control buttons (v/V/ Lens span adjusters b/B, MENU*) * The MENU button serves two purposes. Press the MENU button to view setting menus as well as to confirm setting changes (when it functions as an Enter button).

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    Processor Unit (Front) HMD OUT jack (HMD Output) Insert the connecting cord of the head mounted unit. PASS THROUGH indicator Power indicator Lit in amber when HDMI Lit in green when the system is pass-through is used. on, and lit in red in standby mode. Processor Unit (Back) HDMI IN jack HDMI OUT jack...

  • Page 13: Fitting The Head Mounted Unit

    Fitting the Head Mounted Unit The head mounted unit can be adjusted in several ways to ensure a personalized, comfortable fit. For a more comfortable fit, always adjust the head mounted unit before putting it on. 1 Adjusting the forehead supporter The forehead supporter can be adjusted back and forth in a range of four positions to change the point of contact with your...

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    2 Light blocker 3 Attaching the connecting cord holder If external light reflected on the screens is To keep the connecting cord of the head distracting, attach the light blockers. mounted unit out of the way, use the supplied connecting cord holder and attach the connecting cord to the lower headband strap.

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    For a Comfortable Fit Note • When loosening the straps, make sure that you can still see the guide lines on the Have the weight of the head mounted unit straps. If a guide line is no longer visible, balanced between your forehead and the the strap may come out of the fastener.

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    Earbud sizes (inside color) • Light blocker (Bottom) Colored parts • Connecting cord holder When these consumables break or show signs of wear, consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony service center. Small Large * Purchase small, medium, or large earbuds as needed.

  • Page 17: Confirming Screen Alignment

    Confirming Screen Alignment Confirm screen alignment by referring to the confirmation screen displayed initially after lens span adjustment. Screens on the head mounted unit are described below, with an explanation of how to confirm alignment. The display section of the head mounted unit consists of two small screens, on the left and right.

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    If even one of the “I” marks and the horizontal line do not intersect, the head mounted unit may have been bent out of shape, or it may be damaged. If this condition occurs, contact your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service center. “I” marks and the horizontal line The horizontal line appears to The middle “I”...

  • Page 19: System Settings

    System Settings Setting menus can be accessed at any time to change or adjust a variety of system settings, such as video picture quality, audio output format, and 3D display format. To view the menus, press the MENU button on the head mounted unit. Basic Menu Operations A Setting category icons B Category...

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    Menus Default settings are underlined. Information Identifies input signals (video and audio signals) from the equipment connected to the processor unit. “Unsupported signal” indicates that the input signal is incompatible with the system, and “No signal” is shown when no signals are input. Lens span adjustment Back Returns to the previous menu.

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    3D Display Manually select the display format for 3D content. Available settings vary depending on whether the source signal includes a 3D format identification signal, as follows. Example of 3D display For 3D content without a 3D format identification signal Side-by-Side: Select for side-by-side 3D content, with similar images displayed side by side.

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    Auto 3D On: Automatically switches to 3D display mode when a 3D format identification signal is detected. If the 3D format identification signal is no longer detected, the system will automatically switch to 2D display mode. Off: Deactivates this function. Note •...

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    Frame Noise Reduces random image noise, similar to static. Reduction High/Medium/Low: Select the level of this effect. Off: Deactivates this function. Not available with 1080/24p frame packing format. Block Noise Reduces mosaic-like block noise in the image. Reduction High/Medium/Low: Select the level of this effect. Off: Deactivates this function.

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    24p True Cinema On: Displays 24 fps video faithfully at 24 fps. Cinematic content of this kind is available on Blu-ray disc. Provides a viewing experience similar to that in theaters. Off: Deactivates this function. 24 fps video signals are displayed after upconversion to 60 fps.

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    Sound Back Returns to the previous menu. Reset Resets all “Sound” settings to the original default values. Surround Standard: Standard acoustic setting, providing a spacious soundstage for a range of content. Cinema: Emphasizes a natural soundstage rivaling the impressive acoustics of movie theaters, especially for spoken dialog.

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    Type of Headphones Switches to the optimal virtual surround-sound setting for the type of headphones used. Inner Ear: Ideal for headphones worn in your ears, such as the supplied headphones. Overhead: Ideal for headphones worn over or on your ears. Note •...

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    Control for HDMI On: Activates control for HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronic Control)-compatible equipment connected to the processor unit using the v/V/b/B buttons on the head mounted unit. v button: Starts playback. V button: Pauses playback. b button: Jumps to the previous chapter. Hold the button down for fast-rewind.

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    Reset to factory Resets all settings to the original default values. settings Note • The password set in “Set password” (in “General Setup”) will also be cleared. Guide of HDMI device control Displays the operation guide for head mounted unit buttons that can be used with “Control for HDMI”...

  • Page 29: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If the following symptoms occur when using the system, check the Cause/Action column before requesting service. If the issue persists, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service center. Power Supply Symptom Cause/Action The system does not turn p Confirm that the AC power cord (mains lead) is fully plugged in.

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    Video Symptom Cause/Action No video, or output video p Refer to the “Startup Guide” and confirm that the AC power cord is distorted (mains lead), HDMI cable, and connecting cord of the head mounted unit are connected correctly. p Make sure that equipment connected to the HDMI IN jack on the processor unit is on.

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    Symptom Cause/Action The screens suddenly go p After 3 hours of continuous viewing, the system will display a warning screen and go off after 90 seconds of inactivity. If you clear the message and continue watching, the system will automatically go off after another 3 hours to encourage healthy viewing habits.

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    Symptom Cause/Action Video is not shown in 3D p If the same image is displayed side by side or on top and bottom, the 3D display format setting may be incorrect. Try changing the “3D Display” setting in “3D Settings” (page 21). p 3D perception varies by viewer.

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    Audio Symptom Cause/Action There is no sound / p The headphone plug is not connected properly. If the headphones There is static / are connected improperly, the sound from the headphones will be Volume cannot be impaired. Insert the headphone plug until it clicks into place increased (page 11).

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    If the indicator flashes twice every 3 seconds, the head mounted flashing in red unit or processor unit may be damaged. Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service center. p If the indicator flashes three times every 3 seconds, the processor unit has overheated.

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    Head mounted unit buttons are unresponsive wearing it. “DEMO” appears in the p Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service center. upper-right corner of the setting menu screen Cannot adjust “Language p If initial setup is not finished, press the b button repeatedly to setting”...

  • Page 36: Specifications

    Dimensions (W×H×D, including largest protrusions) Specifications Head mounted unit: Approx. 187 mm × 104 mm × 254 mm Power requirement in. × 4 in. × 10 in.) North American model: Processor unit: 120 V AC, 60 Hz Approx. 180 mm × 36 mm × UK, Hong Kong, European, Middle 168 mm Eastern, South African, and Oceania...

  • Page 37: License And Trademark Notice

    Dolby Laboratories. notice. • “PlayStation” is a registered trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Also, “PS3” is a trademark of the same company. • VPT, Virtualphones Technology is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation.

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    © 2012 Sony Corporation Printed in Japan 4-439-019-12(1)

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