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i-Manual
Basic Operations
Parts Description
Watching TV
Using Other Devices
Using "BRAVIA" Sync
Devices
Useful Functions
Using Internet
Using Home Network
(DLNA)
Configuring Various
Settings
Troubleshooting
How to Use Bookmarks
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  • Page 1 Basic Operations Parts Description Watching TV KDL-55HX750/46HX750/40HX750/32HX750 KDL-55HX751/46HX751/40HX751/32HX751 Using Other Devices Using “BRAVIA” Sync Devices Useful Functions Using Internet Using Home Network (DLNA) Configuring Various Settings Troubleshooting How to Use Bookmarks © 2012 Sony Corporation Trademark Information List of Contents...
  • Page 2: Basic Operations

    Top Page > Basic Operations Basic Operations How to use remote Home Menu screen Picture adjustment Enjoy Internet on TV How to use i-Manual Useful OPTIONS button Watch in 3D Watch connected device Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 3: Parts Description

    Print Font Size Top Page > Parts Description Parts Description TV Controls and Indicators Front Right Terminals Bottom Rear Right Remote Control Upper Middle Lower Bottom Home Menu screen Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 4 Selecting channels by the number buttons Rovi On Screen Guide™ Watching in 3D Watching Twin Picture Displaying picture-in-picture (PIP) Displaying left-and-right pictures (P&P) Changing Display/Audio Display information Subtitles/Closed captions Screen format/Wide Mode Audio (for analog mode) Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 5: Using Other Devices

    Top Page > Using Other Devices Using Other Devices BD/DVD Player HDMI connection Component video connection Composite connection Digital Still Camera/Camcorder USB Device Audio System HDMI connection Optical audio connection Audio cable connection Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 6 Print Font Size Top Page > Using “BRAVIA” Sync Devices Using “BRAVIA” Sync Devices Setting “BRAVIA” Sync Using the Sync Menu Setting Buttons to Control the HDMI Device Displaying the HDMI Device List Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 7: Useful Functions

    Using Clock/Timers Setting the current time manually Setting the on timer Setting the sleep timer Using TV as Picture Frame Setting Parental Control Setting parental lock password Setting viewing restriction Blocking specific channels Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 8 Wired connection (with a LAN cable) Browsing Websites Watching Internet Video Using Internet Applications Using Skype Performing initial setup Making a call Current Music Information Search Music/Video Keyword Search Using Wi-Fi Direct Mode Viewing Photomap Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 9 Enabling the renderer function Checking registered remote devices Allowing/blocking access from controller Making advanced renderer settings Selecting servers to display Checking server connection Playing Content with Renderer Function Using a Smartphone/PC as a Remote Control Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 10: Configuring Various Settings

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings Configuring Various Settings Picture/Screen Settings Selecting picture mode Adjusting various picture settings (e.g. picture brightness/color) Locking picture adjustment Setting screen size/position Sound Settings Adjusting various sound settings (e.g. bass/treble/balance) Setting sound according to TV position Channel Settings Checking signal information Selecting the cable/antenna signal...
  • Page 11 Managing external inputs Switching the video input Making advanced settings of video input Running initial setup Support Checking Sony contact information Uploading operation history Software Update Updating broadcast/service software Updating TV’s software Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 12: Troubleshooting

    Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Power Symptoms Picture/Screen Symptoms Broadcast Reception Symptoms 3D Picture/Glasses Symptoms Sound Symptoms Connected Device Symptoms Network/Application Symptoms Home Network Symptoms Remote Control Symptoms Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 13: How To Use Bookmarks

    To return to the previous screen Press the RETURN button. To remove a bookmark In a bookmarked page, press the red button that corresponds to [Remove Bookmark] at the bottom of the screen. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 14 DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED® are trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the Digital Living Network Alliance. TrackID is a trademark or registered trademark of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. Music and video recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote®. Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery.
  • Page 15 The illustrations of the remote control used in this manual are of the RM-YD073 unless otherwise stated. The illustrations used in this manual may differ depending on your TV model. Retain this manual for future reference. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 16 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > List of Contents Basic Operations How to use remote Home Menu screen Picture adjustment Enjoy Internet on TV How to use i-Manual Useful OPTIONS button Watch in 3D Watch connected device Top of Page Parts Description TV Controls and Indicators Front...
  • Page 17 Display information Subtitles/Closed captions Screen format/Wide Mode Audio (for analog mode) Top of Page Using Other Devices BD/DVD Player HDMI connection Component video connection Composite connection Digital Still Camera/Camcorder USB Device Audio System HDMI connection Optical audio connection Audio cable connection Top of Page Using “BRAVIA”...
  • Page 18 Top of Page Using Internet Connecting to the Internet Wireless connection (built-in wireless LAN) Wired connection (with a LAN cable) Browsing Websites Watching Internet Video Using Internet Applications Using Skype Performing initial setup Making a call Current Music Information Search Music/Video Keyword Search Using Wi-Fi Direct Mode Viewing Photomap...
  • Page 19 Setting audio source for HDMI/DVI input External Input Settings Managing external inputs Switching the video input Making advanced settings of video input Running initial setup Support Checking Sony contact information Uploading operation history Software Update Updating broadcast/service software Updating TV’s software Top of Page Troubleshooting...
  • Page 20 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Basic Operations > How to use remote How to use remote Using / / / Buttons Operate this TV’s functions and settings basically using / / / buttons. Select the item on the screen using the / / / buttons.
  • Page 21 © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 22: Home Menu Screen

    TV. [Applications] Launches applications that require an Internet connection. [Sony Entertainment Network] Enables selection of content from the online service “Sony Entertainment Network.” If “Sony Entertainment Network” is unavailable, the [Sony Entertainment Network] category is not displayed. [Internet Content] Enables access to Internet services for TV.
  • Page 23 To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips The items you can select may vary depending on the situation. Unavailable items are grayed out or not displayed. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 24 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings > Adjusting various picture settings (e.g. picture brightness/color) Adjusting various picture settings (e.g. picture brightness/color) Overview You can adjust various picture settings, such as picture brightness/color, etc. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 25 [Reset] Resets all the [Picture Adjustments] settings to the factory settings excluding [Setting Memory], [Picture Mode] and [Advanced Settings]. [Backlight] Adjusts the brightness of the backlight. Reducing the brightness of the screen will reduce the power consumption. [Picture] Adjusts picture contrast. [Brightness] Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
  • Page 26: Advanced Settings

    (If the image contains irregular signals or too much noise, this setting is automatically turned off even if [Auto 1] or [Auto 2] is selected.) [Advanced Settings] Sets [Picture Adjustments] settings in more detail. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 27 Enjoy Internet on TV Overview By pressing the SEN button, the Sony Entertainment Network screen appears, which serves as a gateway to Internet content. From this screen, you can access various services and applications. The items on the Sony Entertainment Network screen differ depending on your region/country, and are subject to change.
  • Page 28 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Basic Operations > How to use i-Manual How to use i-Manual Searching for Information This i-Manual explains how to use all functions. In the main page of i-Manual, you can select the desired method to search for information. Table of Contents: Searches from a title list.
  • Page 29 You can save frequently viewed pages in this manual using a color button. For details on how to bookmark, press the color button that corresponds to [Show Bookmarks] at the bottom of the screen. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 30 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Basic Operations > Useful OPTIONS button Useful OPTIONS button Quickly Accessing Functions by the OPTIONS Button By pressing the OPTIONS button, the Options Menu appears and provides quick access to the functions that are available for the currently displayed screen. (The items in the Options Menu differ depending on the selected screen.) This provides faster access to functions than from the Home Menu.
  • Page 31 Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 32: Power Button

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Watching in 3D Watching in 3D Overview You can experience powerful 3D entertainment, such as stereoscopic 3D games and Blu-ray 3D Discs. You can also watch regular 2D content with 3D effect. 3D view without 3D Glasses 3D view with 3D Glasses 3D Sync Transmitter and 3D Glasses communication range...
  • Page 33 Press the 3D button repeatedly to select the [3D Display] mode to suit the displayed content. [Side-by-Side]: Displays side-by-side pictures in 3D. [Over-Under]: Displays over-under pictures in 3D. [Simulated 3D]: Displays regular 2D pictures in simulated 3D. To exit the 3D Menu, press the RETURN button. To deactivate the 3D effect Press the 3D button repeatedly to select [Off] in [3D Display].
  • Page 34 Recommended viewing angle and distance may vary depending on the TV’s location and room conditions. Simulated 3D effect may be less pronounced with some picture sources. Perceived simulated 3D effect may vary from person to person. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 35: Watch Connected Device

    TV using an HDMI cable, component cable, or video cable. Steps After making a connection, turn on the connected device. Press the INPUT button repeatedly to select the connected device. INPUT Start playback on the connected device. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 36: Light Sensor

    I (Power) Lights up in green when the TV is on. 3D Sync Transmitter Emits the 3D sync signal. Do not put anything near the sensor. Doing so may affect its function. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 37 Press to display a list of inputs. To select the connected device input, press this button repeatedly. In the TV Home Menu, this button will work as (select/confirm). HOME Press to display the TV Home Menu. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 38 If the device has a DVI jack, connect it to HDMI IN 2 through a DVI - HDMI adapter interface (not supplied), and connect the device's audio out jacks to PC/HDMI 2 AUDIO IN. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 39 The TV will automatically detect and switch between VIDEO IN 2 and COMPONENT IN. To manually set the input type, press the HOME button, select [Settings] → [Channels & Inputs] → [Video 2/Component Selection]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 40: Audio Out

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Parts Description > Right Right USB 1 You can enjoy photo, music and video files stored on a USB device. USB 2 You can enjoy photo, music and video files stored on a USB device. PC IN Connect a PC cable with ferrites.
  • Page 41 If the device has a DVI jack, connect it to HDMI IN 2 through a DVI - HDMI adapter interface (not supplied), and connect the device's audio out jacks to PC/HDMI 2 AUDIO IN. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 42 WIDE Press to select the wide mode. Press to select the 3D display mode. TrackID Press to search for information about music heard from your TV, such as track name, artist information, etc. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 43 Follow the operation guide to perform a selected operation. i-MANUAL Press to display the on-screen instruction manual (this manual). SYNC MENU Press to display the “BRAVIA” Sync Menu to operate a connected “BRAVIA” Sync-compatible device. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 44 Top Page > Parts Description > Middle Middle Press to display Sony Entertainment Network. GUIDE Press to display the program guide. The Guide feature may not be available in some regions/countries. DISPLAY Press once to display information about the channel/program/input you are viewing.
  • Page 45 NETFLIX Press to access the “NETFLIX” online service. This feature (button) may not be available in some regions/countries. Details can be referred in Sony website. INTERNET APPS Press to display the Internet Apps. Internet Apps may not be available in some region/country.
  • Page 46 Press to select the next (+) or previous (–) channel. JUMP Press to jump back and forth between two channels or inputs. The TV alternates between the current channel or input and the last channel or input that was selected. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 47 [TV] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons. Select [TV Channel List] using the buttons, then press the button. Select the desired channel from the TV channel list using the buttons, then press the button. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 48 > Selecting channels by the number buttons Selecting channels by the number buttons Steps Press the number button(s) to select the channel. For channel numbers 10 and above, press the second digit quickly after the first. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 49 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Rovi On Screen Guide™ Rovi On Screen Guide™ Overview Rovi On Screen Guide™ provides up to 24 hours of program information and easy personalization of program listings. You can search for programs by category or keyword. Steps Press the GUIDE button to display the program guide.
  • Page 50 Channels you add to the main profile of [My TV] will automatically appear as your favorite channels in [Favorites/History]. About the Program Guide Screen Video preview window Displays the last viewed TV channel before entering the guide. You can also set this to preview the program that is selected within the program listings.
  • Page 51 Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 52 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Displaying picture-in-picture (PIP) Displaying picture-in-picture (PIP) Overview You can watch two pictures (main and sub) simultaneously. The main picture can be displayed in full screen, and the sub picture can be displayed in an inset window (e.g. PC input and TV program).
  • Page 53 (For [Motionflow] compatible models only.) To remedy this, set to [Auto 2] or [Off]. Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] → [Picture & Display] → [Picture Adjustments] → [CineMotion] → [Auto 2]/[Off]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 54 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Displaying left-and-right pictures (P&P) Displaying left-and-right pictures (P&P) Overview You can watch two pictures (left and right) simultaneously (e.g. connected device and TV program). Steps Press the OPTIONS button. OPTIONS Select [Twin Picture] using the buttons, then press the button.
  • Page 55 If two pictures with different vertical frequency signals (e.g. a left picture with 24p and a right picture with 60i) are displayed side-by-side, the smooth movement of the right picture may be lost. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 56: Display Information

    While watching a program, press the DISPLAY button. The information about the current channel/program/input appears. The information will time out in a few seconds or press the DISPLAY button again to exit. DISPLAY Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 57 Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Subtitles/Closed captions Subtitles/Closed captions Steps While watching a program with subtitles/closed captions, press the CC/SUBTITLE button to turn the subtitles/closed captions on or off. SUBTITLE Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 58 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Watching TV > Screen format/Wide Mode Screen format/Wide Mode Steps Press the WIDE button repeatedly to select the desired option, then press the button. WIDE Tips Based on the original signal source, a black frame or black bars may surround the picture. Available Options (4:3 Original Source) [Wide Zoom] Enlarges the picture to fill a 16:9 screen, preserving the original picture as much as possible.
  • Page 59 [Captions] Stretches the picture horizontally to fill a 16:9 screen, while fitting captions in the screen. If component input (480p) is selected and [Scene Select] is set to [Game] or [Graphics], the available options change to [Fine-Normal]/[Fine-Full]/[Portable Game 1]/[Portable Game 2]. [Fine-Normal] Displays a 4:3 picture in its original size.
  • Page 60 Displays a 16:9 picture that has been converted into 4:3 letter box format, in the correct aspect ratio. [Captions] Stretches the picture horizontally, while fitting captions in the screen. Available Options (PC Timing) 800 x 600 [Normal] [Full 1] [Full 2] 1,280 x 768 [Normal] [Full 1] [Full 2] Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 61 Adjusts sound for stereo reception. [Auto SAP] Adjusts sound for second channel audio of programs such as bilingual. [Mono] Adjusts sound for monaural reception. Use this option when the stereo signal is unstable. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 62: Hdmi Connection

    If the device has a DVI jack, connect it to the HDMI (with AUDIO IN) port through a DVI - HDMI adapter interface (not supplied), and connect the device’s audio out jacks to the PC/HDMI AUDIO Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 63: Component Video Connection

    Audio cable (not supplied) Steps After making a connection, turn on the connected BD/DVD player. Press the INPUT button repeatedly to select the connected BD/DVD player. INPUT Start playback on the connected BD/DVD player. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 64: Composite Connection

    Composite video/audio cable (not supplied) Steps After making a connection, turn on the connected BD/DVD player. Press the INPUT button repeatedly to select the connected BD/DVD player. INPUT Start playback on the connected BD/DVD player. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 65 Digital Still Camera/Camcorder Making a Connection Connect your Sony digital still camera or camcorder using an HDMI cable. Use a cable that has an HDMI mini jack for digital still camera/camcorder end, and a standard HDMI jack for the TV end.
  • Page 66: Usb Device

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Other Devices > USB Device USB Device Making a Connection Connect the USB storage device to enjoy photo, music and video files stored in the device. USB storage device Steps After making a connection, turn on the connected USB device. Press the HOME button, then select [Media] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 67: Supported Music File Formats

    Inputs & Ginga] → [USB Auto Start] → [Browse Photos], [Start Slideshow] or [Off]. Tips Photo files must be stored in a folder under the DCIM folder for automatic playback start. Also, the folder name under the DCIM folder is required to be a combination of 3 numerals and 5 letters (can include “_”), for example, 101MSDCF.
  • Page 68 Notes USB viewer supports FAT16, FAT32 and exFAT file systems. When connecting a Sony digital still camera to the TV with a USB cable, USB connection settings on your camera need to be set to [Auto] or [Mass Storage] mode.
  • Page 69 For optimum picture quality, it is recommended that you use the signals in the chart. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be detected automatically. (PC reboot may be necessary.) Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 71 To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips If you connect a device that is compatible with “Control for HDMI,” you can control it by simply using the TV’s remote control. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 72: Optical Audio Connection

    Select [Audio System] using the buttons, then press the button. Press the HOME button twice to return to the last viewed source. Turn on the connected audio system, then adjust the volume. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 73: Audio Cable Connection

    When using an external audio system, the audio out of the TV can be controlled using the TV’s remote control if [Audio Out] is set to [Variable]. Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] → [Sound] → [Audio Out] → [Variable]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 74 Activate “Control for HDMI” on the connected device. When a specific Sony device compatible with “Control for HDMI” (“BRAVIA” Sync) is connected and powered on, and [Control for HDMI] is set to [On], “BRAVIA” Sync is automatically activated on that device.
  • Page 75 TV’s remote control. Notes “Control for HDMI” (“BRAVIA” Sync) is only available for a connected Sony device that has the “BRAVIA” Sync logo or is compatible with “Control for HDMI.” Top of Page...
  • Page 76: Using The Sync Menu

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using “BRAVIA” Sync Devices > Using the Sync Menu Using the Sync Menu Overview Sync Menu provides various functions such as controlling the connected device by the TV’s remote control, etc. SYNC MENU Steps Press the SYNC MENU button.
  • Page 77 Switches the device to be controlled by the TV’s remote control, between the TV and the connected device. Tips Any “BRAVIA” Sync-compatible device (except an audio system) is listed as a new input source under [Inputs] in the Home Menu. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 78 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using “BRAVIA” Sync Devices > Setting Buttons to Control the HDMI Device Setting Buttons to Control the HDMI Device Overview You can set the remote control buttons of the TV to control the connected HDMI device. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the...
  • Page 79 Enables basic operations and operation of the HOME/OPTIONS buttons. Useful when you control BD player menus, etc., via the remote control. [Tuning and Menu Keys] Enables basic operations and operation of the HOME/OPTIONS buttons and channel-related buttons. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 80 Select [HDMI Settings] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [Device List] using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 81: Table Of Contents

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Selecting a picture and sound setting suitable for the content Selecting a picture and sound setting suitable for the content Overview You can select a preset picture and sound setting (e.g. [Auto], [Cinema], [Sports]) that suits the content.
  • Page 82 Optimal picture for viewing photos. This setting will apply to 1080i/p (50/60Hz) and 480/576p formats only. (1080i/p (50Hz) and 576p are available depending on your region/country.) [Game] Optimal picture and sound for playing video games. [Graphics] Optimal picture for viewing tables and characters. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 83 Select [Light Sensor] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [On] using the buttons to enable this function, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 84: Adding To Favorites

    Display the item to delete, press the OPTIONS button, then select [Remove from Favorites]. Depending on the model, in the case of a digital channel, display the item to delete, then press the OPTIONS button. Select [Edit Favourites] → [Remove from Favorites]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 85: Saving Power By Picture Brightness

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Saving power by picture brightness Saving power by picture brightness Overview You can reduce power consumption by changing the picture brightness. Dark picture Bright picture (High power saving) (Low power saving) Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the...
  • Page 86 High power saving. Picture darkens. [Low] Low power saving. Picture darkens slightly. [Off] No power saving. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 87 Select [Scene Select Sync] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [On] using the buttons to enable this function, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 88: Turning The Tv Off By Monitoring Idle Time

    Select [Idle TV Standby] using the buttons, then press the button. Select the period using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 89 Select [Auto Shut-off] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [On] using the buttons to enable this function, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 90: Setting The Current Time Manually

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Setting the current time manually Setting the current time manually Overview The current time is set automatically if the TV receives the time from a digital broadcast signal. If the TV cannot receive digital broadcast signal, set the current time manually. Current time Steps Press the HOME button, then select...
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  • Page 92: Setting The On Timer

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Setting the on timer Setting the on timer Overview You can set the TV to turn on from standby mode at a selected time. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
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  • Page 94: Setting The Sleep Timer

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Setting the sleep timer Setting the sleep timer Overview You can set the TV to turn off after a preset period. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
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  • Page 96 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Using TV as Picture Frame Using TV as Picture Frame Overview You can set a photo in the connected USB device, network device or preset picture folder to be displayed for a specified period. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Media] at the bottom of the screen using the...
  • Page 97 Notes The TV automatically switches to standby mode after a specified period. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 98 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Setting parental lock password Setting parental lock password Overview Set the 4-digit password for parental lock. The password will be required when you change the parental lock settings. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 99 Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 100 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Setting viewing restriction Setting viewing restriction Overview You can lock any event rated as unsuitable for below a specified limit. (This function is available depending on your region/country.) Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 101 To block programs or movies without a rating (available depending on your region/country) Press the HOME button, select [Settings] → [Preferences] → [Parental Lock] → [Password], then enter the password. Select [Unrated] → [Block]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 102: Blocking Specific Channels

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Useful Functions > Blocking specific channels Blocking specific channels Overview You can block channels regardless of program ratings, by specifying the channel number. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
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  • Page 104 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Wireless connection (built-in wireless LAN) Wireless connection (built-in wireless LAN) Making a Connection The built-in wireless LAN device allows you to access the Internet and enjoy the benefits of networking in a cable-free environment. Modem Wireless router Internet...
  • Page 105 If you connect the TV with your wireless router (or access point) at 5GHz, set [Standby for Wi-Fi Direct] to [Off]. Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] → [Network] → [Standby for Wi-Fi Direct] → [Off]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 106 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Wired connection (with a LAN cable) Wired connection (with a LAN cable) Making a Connection A wired LAN connection allows you to access the Internet and your home network. Connect a LAN cable to your TV.
  • Page 107 For details, refer to the instruction manuals provided by the Internet service provider, or those supplied with the router. Or contact the person who set up the network connection (network administrator). Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 108: Browsing Websites

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Browsing Websites Browsing Websites Overview When the TV is connected to the Internet, you can browse websites. Steps Make a broadband Internet connection. Press the HOME button, then select [Applications] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 109 Player, PDF viewer), web content may not be displayed correctly, or some functions may not work properly. Also, the TV may not support functions developed in the future. In no event shall Sony be liable for any damage caused or associated with the use of the Internet browser, malfunction (including software) or communication failure.
  • Page 110 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Watching Internet Video Watching Internet Video Overview You can enjoy Internet video content, including movies and cartoons, by accessing a gateway that delivers a variety of on-demand entertainment. Steps Make a broadband Internet connection. Press the HOME button, then select [Internet Content] at the bottom of the screen using buttons.
  • Page 111 If you experience difficulties, check that the Internet connection is set up properly. Services block video content based on the [Parental Lock] setting of the TV. Some service providers do not support this function. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 112 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Using Internet Applications Using Internet Applications Overview Apps are small downloadable applications that provide easy access to interactive content when your TV is connected to the Internet. You can display a variety of information on the screen. Apps Steps Make a broadband Internet connection.
  • Page 113 MAC address and IP address are transmitted automatically from the TV to servers while an Internet connection is available. The servers are under the control of Sony, and MAC address will never be transmitted to servers controlled by other parties.
  • Page 114: Performing Initial Setup

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Performing initial setup Performing initial setup Making a Connection Enjoy widescreen video calls by connecting the optional Camera and Microphone Unit CMU- BR100. Attach the camera to the TV, then connect the USB cable to the TV’s USB port. For details on how to attach the camera, refer to the instruction manual supplied with the camera.
  • Page 115 Audio and video calls are free to other people on Skype. For other Skype services such as low cost calls to mobile phones and landlines, Skype Credit or a subscription is required. The sound quality of the microphone may deteriorate in a noisy environment. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 116: Making A Call

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Making a call Making a call Overview You can make free video and voice calls to friends and family anywhere in the world from the comfort of your living room. If you want to call a friend who is not on Skype, you could make great savings by calling them on their landline or mobile using Skype.
  • Page 117 conversation. Status icons The list below indicates their availability: : Online, : Away, : Do Not Disturb, : Offline, : Offline (with call forwarding enabled), : Phone contact, : Offline (with voice mail enabled) About the status icons in the call history list Status icons The icons in the history list indicate the following: : Missed call,...
  • Page 118 For the best audio quality during a Skype call, use the speakers that are built into the TV instead of using an external audio system. To use the TV speakers, press the OPTIONS button, then select [Speakers] → [TV Speakers]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 119 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Current Music Information Search Current Music Information Search Overview This feature searches for information about music heard from your TV. You can obtain information about music played on the current program, external input, connected USB storage device, etc.
  • Page 120 Notes The search may fail if dialog or sound effects of the current program are too loud. Information may not be obtainable depending on the music. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 121 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Music/Video Keyword Search Music/Video Keyword Search Overview You can search for information about music/videos by entering a keyword (track title, album name, video title, etc.) and exploring the database. Text Search Steps Make a broadband Internet connection.
  • Page 122 [Delete]: Deletes the selected Bookmark. [Delete All]: Deletes all Bookmarks. (Protected Bookmarks will not be deleted.) [Protect]: Protects the selected Bookmark from being automatically deleted when maximum number of Bookmarks is exceeded. [Unprotect]: Unprotects the selected Bookmark. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 123 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Using Wi-Fi Direct Mode Using Wi-Fi Direct Mode Overview The TV can be connected directly with a Wi-Fi Direct/Wi-Fi compatible device (e.g. smartphone, PC) that also supports the “DLNA Push controller” function. Content such as photos/music/videos on the device can be played on the TV.
  • Page 124 - connection will be resumed when you exit the Wi-Fi Direct Mode. Connecting devices must conform to the following: - Wi-Fi Direct compatible devices: 2.4GHz connection (5GHz not supported). - Wi-Fi Direct unsupported devices: IEEE802.11n/g, 2.4GHz connection (5GHz not supported). Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 125 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Internet > Viewing Photomap Viewing Photomap Overview You can display a photo with a map of the location where the photo was taken. Connect a USB device containing a photo with geographical information. Steps Make a broadband Internet connection.
  • Page 126 The position indicated on the map may differ depending on the image capture device. The Internet online map service is provided by a third party. For this reason, service may be changed or terminated without prior notification. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 127: Playing Content On A Pc

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Home Network (DLNA) > Playing Content on a PC Playing Content on a PC Overview You can play photo/music/video files stored on a server (e.g. PC) that is connected to the same home network that the TV is connected to.
  • Page 128 (This feature is available on 3D-compatible models only.) To confirm the setting, press the OPTIONS button, then select [Playback Method] → [Slideshow Effect]. Displaying a 3D Sweep Panorama photo via the server is available only if the server is a Sony device that is compatible with the 3D Sweep Panorama photo display.
  • Page 129: Enabling The Renderer Function

    Select [Remote Device / Renderer] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [On] using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 130 To not control the TV with the selected device, select [Delete]. To control the TV with the selected device, select [Back]. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 131 Select [Allow] to allow access from the controller. Select [Block] to block access from the controller. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 132: Making Advanced Renderer Settings

    Permits access to the TV automatically when a controller accesses the TV for the first time. [Smart Select] Responds to infrared signals sent from controllers. [Renderer Name] Sets the name of the TV shown on the controller. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 133: Selecting Servers To Display

    Select the server to display or not display in the Home Menu using the buttons, then press the button. Select [Shown] or [Hidden] using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 134 Select [Media Server Troubleshooting] using the buttons, then press the button. Follow the on-screen instructions to perform the diagnostics. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 135 Digital still camera (Controller) Modem Router Internet Steps Connect the TV to your home network, following the steps in “Connecting to the Internet.” Operate the controller to start playing the content on the TV screen. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 136: Steps

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Using Home Network (DLNA) > Using a Smartphone/PC as a Remote Control Using a Smartphone/PC as a Remote Control Overview You can control the TV using a smartphone with the “Media Remote” application installed, or using a PC with the “Remote Keyboard”...
  • Page 137 Renderer] → [Remote Device / Renderer]. The information about the “Media Remote” and “Remote Keyboard” applications is as of December 2011. The names and available functions of these applications are subject to change. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 138: Selecting Picture Mode

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings > Selecting picture mode Selecting picture mode Overview You can select the picture mode according to your preference. The [Picture Mode] setting works in accordance with the [Scene Select] setting. Steps Set [Scene Select].
  • Page 139 Optimizes picture quality for viewing photographs. [Photo-Original] Enhances the visual warmth of photographs. [Photo-Custom] Adjusts the detailed settings for viewing photographs and stores your preferred settings. [Animation] Optimizes picture quality for viewing animations. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 140: Locking Picture Adjustment

    Select [Lock] using the buttons to prevent the picture adjustments from being changed, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 141: Press The Home Button, Then Select

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings > Setting screen size/position Setting screen size/position Overview You can set the screen size and position according to your preference. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 142: Display Area

    16:9 screen. For 16:9 original source, displays a 4:3 picture that has been horizontally stretched to 16:9, in 4:3 format. [Full]: Enlarges the picture horizontally to fill the screen when the input signal is 4:3. When the input signal is 16:9 (High-definition source), select this option to display the 16:9 picture in its original size.
  • Page 143 Adjusts the vertical position of the picture. [Wide Mode] [Normal]: Displays the original picture. [Full 1]: Enlarges the picture to fill the display area maintaining the original picture. [Full 2]: Enlarges the picture to fill the display area. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 144 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings > Adjusting various sound settings (e.g. bass/treble/balance) Adjusting various sound settings (e.g. bass/treble/balance) Overview You can adjust various sound settings, such as bass, treble, balance, etc. Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the buttons.
  • Page 145 Keeps volume level constant across all programs and adverts. (Adverts tend to be louder than programs.) [Volume Offset] Adjusts the current volume level relative to other inputs, when [Setting Memory] is set to the current input. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 146 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Configuring Various Settings > Setting sound according to TV position Setting sound according to TV position Overview You can create different sound images from the TV speakers according to how you position the Steps Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] at the bottom of the screen using the...
  • Page 147 Provides the best sound quality when you hang the TV on a wall or use a floor stand. [Speaker Integrated Stand] Provides the best sound quality when you use a stand with an integrated speaker. (This option is available only when using a stand with integrated speaker.) Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 148: Checking Signal Information

    [Product Support] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [Signal Diagnostics] using the buttons to display the diagnostics information, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 149 To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips After changing this setting, it is recommended to run [Auto Program]. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 150: Tuning Channels Automatically

    To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips You can run [Auto Program] after moving to a new residence, changing service providers, or to search for newly launched channels. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 151: Adding Digital Channels

    Select [Add Digital Channels] using the buttons, then press the button. Follow the on-screen instructions to add digital channels. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 152 To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips The [Show/Hide Channels] settings are applied also in the channel list of [TV Channel List] under [TV] in the Home Menu. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 153: Editing Channel Labels

    Select the desired channel using the buttons, then press the button. Enter the new name, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 154: Fine Adjusting Analog Channels

    Select [High], [Low] or [Off] using the buttons to set the audio quality, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 155: Select [preferences] Using The

    Shows the current channel number or input name. [Medium] Shows the current channel number and program information. [Large] Shows the current channel number and detailed program information. Notes Available options may differ depending on your region/country. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 156: Setting Closed Captions

    Displays [Closed Captions (CC)]. Select [On when Muting] to automatically display closed captions when the TV is muted. [Analog CC] Sets the basic analog closed caption options. [Digital CC] Sets the digital closed caption options. [Display Options] Customizes the closed caption appearance. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 157 Select [Guide] to turn on Rovi On Screen Guide and show its program data. Select [Broadcaster] to turn off Rovi On Screen Guide and show broadcast program data. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 158 Select [Key Tone] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [Off] using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 159 Select [Off] using the buttons to not display the logo when you turn on the TV, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 160 Select [Language] using the buttons, then press the button. Select the desired language using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 161: Setting Your Region

    To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips By setting your location, you can receive services from Internet content providers as well as Rovi On Screen Guide program data. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 162: Selecting Speakers To Output Sound

    To use multi-channel audio, connect to an external audio system compatible with Dolby Digital using an optical cable, and select [Audio System]. [Audio System] must be selected to listen to 5.1 multi-channel audio. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 163 Select [Headphone/Audio Out] using the buttons, then press the button. Select [Headphone] using the buttons, then press the button. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 164 Select [Fixed] to adjust the volume using the connected audio system’s remote control. Select [Variable] to adjust the volume with the TV’s remote control when using an external audio system. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 165: [settings] At The Bottom Of The Screen Using The

    Select [Speakers Off] to not output sound from the TV’s internal speakers when you connect headphones to the TV. Select [Speakers On] to output sound from both the TV’s internal speakers and headphones. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 166: Buttons, Then Press The Button

    Automatically sets the audio signal source based on the video signal. [HDMI Audio] Sets the HDMI input as the audio signal source. [PC Audio] Sets the PC/HDMI audio input as the audio signal source. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 167 To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Notes For a PC connection, the icon and label cannot be set. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 168 Automatically switches the input to either [Component] or [Video 2] by detecting the terminal connection. [Component] Switches to component video input. [Video 2] Switches to composite video input. Notes You cannot use [Component] and [Video 2] at the same time. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 169 (When [Optimize for Video] is selected, the picture or sound may cut off momentarily if the resolution of a digital broadcast changes. In such a case, set to [Optimize for Text/Graphics].) Notes [SBM], [Color System] and [Digital Broadcast Picture Mode] are available depending on your TV model/region/country. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 170: Running Initial Setup

    To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips This setting is useful when you change the settings after moving to a new residence, or when you search for newly launched channels. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 171: Checking Sony Contact Information

    Select [Contact Sony] using the buttons, then press the button. Sony contact information is displayed for your convenience. The TV-specific information such as serial number and software versions, are also displayed. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice.
  • Page 172: Uploading Operation History

    To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Tips The uploaded information will be used as feedback for software quality check and feature improvement. Notes No personal information will be uploaded. This feature may not be available in some regions/countries. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 173 After the download is complete, a confirmation message about starting an update appears when you turn on the TV. To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Notes The software is downloaded when the TV is in standby mode. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 174 A confirmation message about starting an update appears. If no software has been downloaded, the TV will start searching for an update via the Internet (if connected). To return to the last viewed source, press the HOME button twice. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 175: Power Symptoms

    TV turns off automatically. Check if [Sleep Timer] is activated. Check if [Idle TV Standby] in [Eco] is activated. Check if [Auto Shut-off] in [Eco] is activated. TV turns on automatically. Check if [Timer] is activated. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 176 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting > Picture/Screen Symptoms Picture/Screen Symptoms Tiny black points and/or bright points appear on the screen. Picture quality is not as good as viewed at the store. Distorted picture. The screen flickers. No color./Dark picture./Color is not correct./Picture is too bright. Blurry picture or poor color.
  • Page 177 The screen flickers. Set [Motionflow] to other than [Impulse] (e.g. [Standard]). No color./Dark picture./Color is not correct./Picture is too bright. Press the OPTIONS button, then select [Picture Adjustments] to make adjustments. Select [Reset] in [Picture Adjustments]. If you set [Power Saving] to [Low] or [High], black level will be enhanced. Blurry picture or poor color.
  • Page 178 Due to the thin profile of this television, the heat generated by the LCD panel backlight and supporting electronics will be more noticeable. This is normal operation and not a cause for concern. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 179: Broadcast Reception Symptoms

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting > Broadcast Reception Symptoms Broadcast Reception Symptoms Ghosting or double images appear. Only snow noise or black picture appears on the screen. You cannot receive any channels. You cannot receive or select channels. Some digital cable channels are not displayed.
  • Page 180 The channel is used only for data (no picture or sound). Contact the broadcaster for transmission details. You cannot view digital channels. Ask a local installer if digital transmissions are provided in your area. Upgrade to a higher gain antenna. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 181 i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting > 3D Picture/Glasses Symptoms 3D Picture/Glasses Symptoms 3D pictures are not displayed. 3D effect is weak. A 3D Sweep Panorama photo cannot be displayed. Black bars appear on both sides of the screen when watching 3D pictures. 3D display automatically switches on when 3D signal is detected.
  • Page 182 3D display automatically switches on when 3D signal is detected. Set to manually turn the 3D display on or off. Press the HOME button, then select [Settings] → [Picture & Display] → [3D Settings] → [Auto 3D] → [Off]. The message [3D signal has been detected] automatically appears when 3D signal is detected.
  • Page 183 Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 184: Sound Symptoms

    When installing optional device, leave some space between the device and TV. Perform [Fine Tune]/[AFT] to improve sound for analog reception. Set [Audio Filter] to [Low] or [High] to improve sound for analog reception. ([Audio Filter] may not be available depending on your region/country.) Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 185: Connected Device Symptoms

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting > Connected Device Symptoms Connected Device Symptoms No picture from connected device. You cannot select connected device in the Home Menu. Some input sources cannot be selected. Certain programs on digital sources display a loss of detail. Photo images appear small on the screen.
  • Page 186 Make sure that [Control for HDMI] is set up on both the TV and the optional device compatible with “BRAVIA” Sync. You cannot control a second AV receiver. Only one AV receiver may be used with the “BRAVIA” Sync and “Control for HDMI” functions at one time. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 187 The screen is blank and you cannot access the Netflix video-on-demand service. Streaming Netflix video displays in low resolution. Serious Error 5006 Contact Sony appears when trying to perform [Refresh Internet Content]. Sometimes video streaming quality is poor when using the wireless LAN.
  • Page 188 A movie disappeared from the queue even though you did not finish watching it. The movies downloaded from the Sony Entertainment Network service are currently available for rental. Once a movie is rented it must be watched within 30 days. Once viewing has been started it is bound to the TV and must be completed within 24 hours.
  • Page 189 - Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) could be delivering a slower connection speed than the recommended 2.5 Mbps. Serious Error 5006 Contact Sony appears when trying to perform [Refresh Internet Content]. This error may occur if [Refresh Internet Content] did not complete successfully. Use the following steps, re-checking the Internet content status after completing each step: Perform [Refresh Internet Content].
  • Page 190: Home Network Symptoms

    i-Manual Print Font Size Top Page > Troubleshooting > Home Network Symptoms Home Network Symptoms Your TV cannot connect to the server. A message appears stating that the TV cannot connect to your network. Server is inaccessible. Some media files in the USB device or server are not displayed. When using the renderer function, music files cannot be played back.
  • Page 191 Some applications display a photo file pre-installed in the PC simultaneously with music playback when using the renderer function. Depending on the pre-installed photo file, music playback may not be possible, but may become possible by changing the photo file. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 192: Remote Control Symptoms

    Point the remote control at the remote control sensor located at the front of the TV. Keep the remote control sensor area clear from obstacles. Fluorescent light can interfere with remote control operation; try turning off any fluorescent light. Top of Page © 2012 Sony Corporation...

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