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  • Page 1 HISTORY Model Name : KF-60DX100 SERVICE MANUAL Part No. : 9-965-440-02 When clicking an item, it’s detail is displayed. Change of Data SUPP./CORR. Description of SUP/COR main text 2001.12 Change of service parts. SUPP.-1 2002.03 • Reffer to 9-965-440-81 about SUPP.-1.
  • Page 2: Lcd Projection Tv

    SERVICE MANUAL LA-1 CHASSIS MODEL COMMANDER DEST. –––––––– –––––––––––––– –––––– KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 Canadian KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 LCD PROJECTION TV...
  • Page 3 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 SPECIFICATIONS Projection System 3 LCD Panels, 1 lens projection system LCD Panel 1.35 inch TFT LCD panel Approx. 3.15 million dots (1,049,088 pixels) Projection Lens High Performance, large diameter hybrid lens F2.4 Antenna 75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF...
  • Page 4 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 SAFETY CHECK-OUT (US Model only) After correcting the original service problem, perform the fol- LEAKAGE TEST lowing safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-sol- and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a dered connections.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page Section Title Page 1. SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 4. DIAGRAMS 4-1. Block Diagram (1) ..........2. DISASSEMBLY Block Diagram (2) ..........2-1. Rear Cover Assembly ........Block Diagram (3) ..........2-2. OU Bracket Removal ........
  • Page 6 NE LES REMPLACER QUE PAR UNE PIÈCE PORTANT LE SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS NUMÉRO SPECIFIÉ. LES RÉGLAGES DE CIRCUIT DONT WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS AP- L’IMPORTANCE EST CRITIQUE POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DU PEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLE- FONCTIONNEMENT SONT IDENTIFIÉS DANS LE...
  • Page 7: Self Diagnosis Function

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 SECTION 1 SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1. Summary of Self-Diagnosis Function • This device includes a self-diagnosis function. • In case of abnormalities, the TIMER/STAND BY indicator automatically blinks. It is possible to predict the abnormality location by the number of blinks. The Instruction Manual describes blinking of the TIMER/STAND BY indicator.
  • Page 8 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 4. Self-Diagnosis screen displays • In cases of malfunctions where it is not possible to determine the symptom such as when the power goes off occasionally or when the screen disappears occasionally, there is a screen display on whether the malfunction occurred or not in the past (and whether the detection circuit operated or not) in order to allow confirmation.
  • Page 9 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 6. Self-Diagnosis function operation When lamp cover SW is opened then pin 4 of CN1908 on the A board is high, LCD Engine µ-com (IC9502) 3 : Lamp Cover detects it and make turn off the lamp. When FAN1 or FAN2 is stopped then pin 8 or q; of CN1908 on the A board is high, LCD Engine µ-com 4 : FAN Stop (IC9502) detects it and make turn off the lamp.
  • Page 10: Disassembly

    KF-60DX100 SECTION 2 RM-Y910 DISASSEMBLY 2-1. REAR COVER ASSEMBLY 2-3. POWER BLOCK REMOVAL 3 Three screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 6 Ballast cover 5 Two screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 2 Rear cover assembly 7 Power block 6 Ballast bracket...
  • Page 11: Optical Unit Block Assembly Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-5. OPTICAL UNIT BLOCK ASSEMBLY REMOVAL Note: Be careful about the no dust or dirt are on the surface contacts the optical unit block assembly. • Clean the periphery of the set. • Clean the periphery of the optical unit block assembly in...
  • Page 12: U, M, Bb, Bc Boards Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-7. U, M, BB, BC BOARDS REMOVAL 4 BC board 3 BB board 2 M board 1 U board 2-8. G BOARD REMOVAL 3 Three screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 5 G board 4 G bracket assembly 1 Screw (+BVTP 4 x 16)
  • Page 13: A Board Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-9. A BOARD REMOVAL 2-11. CONTROL PANEL BLOCK ASSEMBLY REMOVAL 1 Two screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 2 Front cover (L) assembly 4 Front cover (R) assembly 3 A board 1 Four strikes 5 Six screws (+BVTP 4 x 16)
  • Page 14: H2 Board Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-13. H2 BOARD REMOVAL 2-15. H1 BOARD REMOVAL 3 Three screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 2 H1 lid 6 H2 board 1 Two claws 5 Connector 6 Two screws (+BVTP 3 X 12) 2 Claw 4 Fasten tag...
  • Page 15: Contrast Screen Assembly Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-17. CONTRAST SCREEN ASSEMBLY REMOVAL 1 Ten screws (+BVTP 4 x 16) 2 Three screen holder (HS) 3 Screen holder (S) assemblies assembly 1 Four screws 1 Six screws (+BVTP 4 x 16) (+BVTP 4 x 16) 2 Three screen holder (HS)
  • Page 16: Speakers Removal

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 2-19. SPEAKERS REMOVAL 1 Two screws (+BVTP 4 x 16) 2 Speaker (13 x 7cm) 1 Two screws (+BVTP 4 x 16) 3 Two screws (+BVTP 3 x 12) 6 Speaker (2cm) 4 Fasten tags 5 Fasten tags 2-20.
  • Page 17: Electrical Adjustments

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 SECTION 3 ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT BY REMOTE 3-1-2. Service Mode Adjustment COMMANDER 1. The SCREEN displays the item being adjusted. By using remote commander (RM-Y910), all circuit adjust- 2. Press “1” or “4” on the remote commander to select the ments can be made.
  • Page 18: Adjusting Buttons And Indicator

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 FUNCTION OF KEYS ON COMMANDER 3-1-4. Adjusting Buttons and Indicator MUTING • 1 : Changes adjustment item. (item No. moves up) Write data to NVM • 4 : Changes adjustment item. (item No. moves down) POWER • 2 : Changes adjustment category.
  • Page 40: Chassis Picture Quality Adjustment

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 3-2. CHASSIS PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENT 5) After the adjustment finished, return the data set in 2) to 3-2-1. White Level Adjustment original values, and write the data by pressing the [MUTE] + 1. Preparation [ENTER] buttons on the remote commander.
  • Page 41: Sub Color/sub Hue Adjustment

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 4. Component Input Adjustment 2. RF Input Adjustment 1) Enter the Component 480i STEP (100%) signal (including 1) Enter the RF color bar (75%) signal. 0IRE and 100IRE), and set the PICTURE MODE to 2) Set the adjustment conditions in 1. Preparation, and further “Vivid”.
  • Page 42 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 3. Video Input Adjustment 4. Component Input Adjustment 1) Enter the Video color bar (100%) signal. 1) Enter the Component 480i color bar (100%) signal. 2) Set the adjustment conditions in 1. Preparation, and further 2) Set the adjustment conditions in 1. Preparation, and further set the following data.
  • Page 43: Hi-level/cut-off Adjustment

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 3-3. VERTICAL STRIPE ADJUSTMENT 3-2-3. Hi-Level/Cut-Off Adjustment 1) Enter the Video window signal, and set the PICTURE 1. Set the following adjustment conditions, and display the test pattern. MODE to “Vivid”. 2) Connect an oscilloscope to the CN702 on the BB board.
  • Page 44: Sub Bright Adjustment

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 3-5. SCREEN CENTER ADJUSTMENT 4. Adjust the blue in the same manner. 1. Enter the RF monoscope signal. Category Item Data 2. Adjust so that the picture is displayed in the center of the D-GM TPN T-PATN RGB 4 (B) screen.
  • Page 45 KF-60DX100 SECTION 4 RM-Y910 DIAGRAMS 4-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM (1) J4301 (AV IN/OUT,AV SWITCH,AUDIO PROCESS) S VIDEO IC2004 AV SWITCH CN4303 CN2002 CN2001 VIDEO 2 IN Q2008 Y-IN2 MAIN Y/V OUT V2-Y V2-Y IN A29 COMP V OUT BUFFER VIDEO V2-C...
  • Page 46: Block Diagram (2)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (2) TO CONVERTER VHF/UHF TO BLOCK DIAGRAM(4) BC BOARD CN3001 ANT SW TU1102 TU1001 SUB TUNER SUB TUNER CN1919 CN1924 Q1122 SWITCH CN1917 Q1108,1127 Q1121 M-TU-H MAIN TU V BUFFER INVERTER MAIN TU L MAIN TU R...
  • Page 47: Block Diagram (3)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (3) TO BLOCK DIAGRAM(7) M BOARD CN9001 TO C BOARD CN5001 TO C BOARD CN5004 TO C BOARD CN5002 TO BUS CONNECTOR CN1921 CN1905 CN1907 CN1904 CN1902 CN1923 20 Y 24 CB 22 CR 26 HD...
  • Page 48: Block Diagram (4)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (4) IC3004 IC3008 IC3006 CN3001 CN3001 YCT-MAIN PICTURE BOOSTER YCT SELECT (1/2) (2/2) Q3033,3036 Q3030,3032 Q3018,3019 Q3041 Q3042 MAIN Y Y IN YOUT YOUT C20 Y BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER Y1IN Q3040 Q3025,3027 Q3025,3027 Q3037...
  • Page 49: Block Diagram (5)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (5) IC509 MID-XA IC304 IC510 DRC-FILM D/A CONVERTER IC305 DYO2 DRCYIN0 DSPY0 CN704 A/D CONVERTER (1/2) DYO9 DRCYIN7 DSPY7 Q728 Q213,216 D(A)1 DIY0 63 VIN(A) BUFFER BUFFER D(A)8 DIY7 DBO2 DRCCBIN0 DSPCB0 Q724 Q214,217 31 VIN(C)
  • Page 50: Block Diagram (6)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (6) IC7701 IC701 SIGNAL SELECT RGB DECODER CN702 Q504,7702,7703,7706 Q7709 Q7710 Q721,732,735 YOUT 69 Y1 IN B OUT BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER Q505,7701,7704 Q7711 Q723,731,734 14 U3I UOUT 68 CB1 IN G OUT BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER...
  • Page 51: Block Diagram (7)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (7) CN9501 IC9004 MAIN CONTROL 47 SIRCS Q9001 OSD B 26 M-OSD B BUFFER CN9001 Q9007,9010 IR IN CONT-S DET CONT-S IN Q9002 OSD G 27 M-OSD G BUFFER Q9009-9011, Q9004 9013-9015 CONT-S OUT OSD R...
  • Page 52: Block Diagram (8)

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 BLOCK DIAGRAM (8) D4510 CN4401 CN4401 LAMP Q4508 KEY1 LAMP LED LED DRIVE D4503 TO BLOCK Q4509 STEREO STEREO LED DIAGRAM(3) LED DRIVE A(2/2)BOARD Q4503 CN1901 STBY LED LED DRIVE S4411 S4410 S4408 S4407 S4406 S4405 S4404 S4403...
  • Page 53: Frame Schematic Diagram

    KF-60DX100 4-2. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM RM-Y910 CN4502 MAIN SWITCH CN4503 CN4504 CN5401 WHT-L IR RECEIVER BLK-L :S-MICRO :TAB (AV INPUT) (LAMP COVER) (USER CONTROL) :S-MICRO VSSG CN4303 PSIG-OB CN8001 CN4401 WHT-L PSIG-EB :S-MICRO BLK-L PSIG-EG :S-MICRO :S-MICRO (3D COMB FILTER)
  • Page 54: Circuit Boards Location

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 • Divided schematic diagram 4-3. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION 4-4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen Schematic diagrams of A, BB, BC, M and U boards are divided PRINTED WIRING BOARDS printed circuit ( into several pieces. Information to where the line is to be connected...
  • Page 55: Schematic Diagram Of A (1/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (1) Schematic Diagram of A (1/3) Board RM-Y910 CN4502 CN4401 TO T BOARD CN8001 TO H3 BOARD TO H2 BOARD FAN2 FAN1 TO LAMP DRIVER CN1908 CN1901 :S-MICRO CN1907 TO A1/3,A3/3_12 HV DET HV DET :S-MICRO LAMP COV LAMP COV...
  • Page 56: Schematic Diagram Of A (2/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (2) Schematic Diagram of A (2/3) Board RM-Y910 TO A2/3,A3/3_14 CN1924 :B TO B TO BC(1/3)BOARD CN3001 A(2/3) TO A1/3,A2/3_1 CLK1 SCL1 DAT1 SDA1 (TUNER) YUV SW YUV SW BLOCK-M BLOCK-M BLOCK-S BLOCK-S TO A1/3,A2/3_2 TO A1/3,A2/3_3 MILD CONT...
  • Page 57: Schematic Diagram Of A (3/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 (3) Schematic Diagram of A (3/3) Board IC1203 TDA7269A AUDIO-AMP-L CN1902 FOR IC BUS CONNECTOR D1203 MA111-TX -15V R1265 IC1205 R1220 R1239 R1240 +15V C1242 -14.5 -11.9 NJM79L12UA-TE1 8.2k A(3/3) 1/16W :CHIP -12V REG 1/16W 1/16W R1248 -15V...
  • Page 58: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (1/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (4) Schematic Diagram of BB (1/9) Board RM-Y910 BB(1/9) (DRC) D302 UDZSTE-173.6B TO BB(9/9) D3.3-1 R312 1k 1/16W :RN-CP L304 R314 10uH NLC3225 1/16W :CHIP :RN-CP C315 C335 ON/OFF ADJ C328 C331 C336 C342 C343 C306 TO BB1/9,BB2/9_13 C308 D3.3-1...
  • Page 59: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (2/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (5) Schematic Diagram of BB (2/9) Board RM-Y910 +2.5VA TO BB(9/9) R393 R355 Q306 C382 :CHIP 1/16W 2PD601AR TP301 TP302 R394 :CHIP BUFFER B:CHIP TO BB1/9,BB2/9_13 DRC VRB :CHIP RB308 RB307 68x4 68x4 TO BB1/9,BB2/9_14 TO BB1/9,BB2/9_2 DRC VRT...
  • Page 60: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (3/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (6) Schematic Diagram of BB (3/9) Board RM-Y910 TH HS TO BB(7/9) MID1 OUT TH VS R7773 Y/B-Y/R-Y R061 :CHIP :CHIP MID YS MID YS TH SYNC TO BB(9/9) TO BB(9/9) A5-2 C7721 IC7702 0.01 TC7W08FU A5-2 BUFF B:CHIP...
  • Page 61: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (4/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 (7) Schematic Diagram of BB (4/9) Board TO BB(5/9,9/9) TO BB(8/9,9/9) PLL BUS IIC1 Q005 DTA114EKA R045 RST SW 2.2k 1/16W Q002 Q003 :CHIP 2PB709AR 2PB709AR A5-1 R031 CLAMP CLAMP R047 A5-1 TO BB(9/9) D001 R011 L001 C008...
  • Page 62: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (5/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 (8) Schematic Diagram of BB (5/9) Board BB(5/9) (PLL) L404 L407 C435 100uH L405 100uH TO BB5/9,BB6/9_21 TO BB(9/9) NLC3225 100uH NLC3225 A5-1 MID SYNC :CHIP NLC3225 :CHIP :AL-CP :CHIP IC406 A5-1 C437 A5-1 TO BB5/9,BB6/9_22 C402 TC7SET08FU...
  • Page 63: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (6/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (9) Schematic Diagram of BB (6/9) Board RM-Y910 TO BB(9/9) TO BB(5/9) C643 C645 L518 R6512 C644 R6514 4.7k 4.7k NLC3225 1/16W 1/16W B:CHIP B:CHIP :CHIP TO BB(9/9) :CHIP B:CHIP :CHIP TO BB(6/9) 9V-1 R6511 R6513 4.7k 4.7k 1/16W...
  • Page 64: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (7/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 (10) Schematic Diagram of BB (7/9) Board 9V-2 A5-2 TO BB(9/9) 9V-2 TO BB(9/9) C663 RB510 L514 100*4 10uH NLC3225 R632 R634 :CHIP RB512 L510 C662 6.8k 6.8k C7701 R7749 R7709 100*4 10uH 0.01 1/16W 1/16W C599 0.01 1.2k...
  • Page 65: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (8/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (11) Schematic Diagram of BB (8/9) Board RM-Y910 CN702 CN900 TO C BOARD CN5005 TO BB(9/9) TP745 TO BB(9/9) R901 TP740 A5-2 :CHIP C900 SCL2 TO BB(4/9,9/9) L900 TO BB(9/9) R704 TP741 10µ IIC1 B:CHIP SDA2 L705 C749 TP744...
  • Page 66: Schematic Diagram Of Bb (9/9) Board

    KF-60DX100 (12) Schematic Diagram of BB (9/9) Board RM-Y910 CN703 Q219 TP747 TO BB(3/9) 2SC2223 :B TO B TO BB(9/9) TH Y/CB/CR BUFFER 9V-1 R267 TO A(1/3)BOARD C218 L201 R294 1.2k C215 R279 R295 0.01 CN1922 FL701 C201 10µ 1/16W 3.9k...
  • Page 67: Schematic Diagram Of Bc (1/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (13) Schematic Diagram of BC (1/3) Board RM-Y910 BC(1/3) (SUB YCT,CCD,V-CHIP) L3011 10uH :CHIP TO BC(3/3) D COMP IC3005 CN3001 SN74LV4053APWR C3106 DRC_SYNC_SEL CLK1 F:CHIP SCL1 HD-M DAT1 SDA1 HD-S HD-O2 R3197 IC3014 R3139 VD-M 1/16W YUV SW TC7SH08FU...
  • Page 68: Schematic Diagram Of Bc (2/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (14) Schematic Diagram of BC (2/3) Board RM-Y910 TO BC2/3,BC3/3_20 Q3001 2SC2412K Y/B-Y/R-Y Y/B-Y/R-Y DAT1 BUFF TO BC2/3,BC3/3_21 X3001 14.318MH R3001 CLK1 R3002 1/16W R3010 :CHIP 1/16W R3012 D2-Y Q3002 :CHIP 1/16W 2SC2412K R3007 :CHIP 1/16W D1-Y L3002 R3013...
  • Page 69: Schematic Diagram Of Bc (3/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (15) Schematic Diagram of BC (3/3) Board RM-Y910 TO BC1/3,BC3/3_3 TO BC2/3,BC3/3_20 Y/B-Y/R-Y D COMP Q3071 Y/B-Y/R-Y 2SA1037K TO BC(1/3) TO BC2/3,BC3/3_21 C3002 L3001 BUFF C3001 10uH R3003 470u :CHIP R3283 B:CHIP 100k 1/16W R3277 1/16W :CHIP R3004 100 1/16W :CHIP...
  • Page 70: Schematic Diagram Of Bc4 Board

    KF-60DX100 (16) Schematic Diagram of BC4 Board RM-Y910 (3D COMB FILTER) – 69 –...
  • Page 71: Schematic Diagram Of G Board

    KF-60DX100 (17) Schematic Diagram of G Board RM-Y910 BIMETAL SWITCH TO H1 BOARD CN4303 CN1609 CN1610 CN1611 CN1617 CN1618 CN1616 CN1614 CN1615 CN1607 TO A(2/3) TO G BOARD TO C BOARD :S-MICRO BOARD SHIELD SHIELD :S-MICRO TO LFT-SHIELD :S-MICRO CN1913...
  • Page 72: Schematic Diagrams Of H1, H2, H3 And T Boards

    KF-60DX100 (18) Schematic Diagrams of H1, H2, H3 and T Boards RM-Y910 Q4511 CN4501 C4506 BLK-L Q4504 C4507 R4517 :S-MICRO VIDEO2 IN R4516 R4515 GND(G) R4310 D4306 J4301 C4310 1/16W IC4501 STZ6.8TT146 0.01 :CHIP STBY+5V GND(G) SBX1971-51P PROTECT IR RECEIVER...
  • Page 73: Schematic Diagram Of M (1/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (19) Schematic Diagram of M (1/3) Board RM-Y910 TO M1/3,M3/3_4 TO M1/3,M3/3_5 TO M1/3,M3/3_6 R9123 100 1/16W :CHIP TO M1/3,M3/3_7 MID-V TO M1/3,M3/3_8 TO M(3/3) R9124 100 1/16W :CHIP TO M1/3,M3/3_9 MID-H C9036 L9004 C9024 TO M(2/3) TO M1/3,M3/3_1...
  • Page 74: Schematic Diagram Of M (2/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (20) Schematic Diagram of M (2/3) Board RM-Y910 +5V-2 +5V-2 TO M(3/3) L9502 10uH R9623 R9624 IC9515 IC9514 1/16W TC7SET08FU TC7SET08FU C9539 1/16W R9544 C9538 :CHIP BUFEER BUFEER SDA1 0.01 :CHIP R9621 R9622 TP9503 1/16W +5V-2 B:CHIP :CHIP SCK-E...
  • Page 75: Schematic Diagram Of M (3/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 (21) Schematic Diagram of M (3/3) Board FL9001 STC332B STBY 5V TO M1/3,M3/3_3 M(3/3) C9029 C9039 C9038 L9002 10uH L9003 TO M(3/3) 10uH STBY 5V-3 STBY 5V F:CHIP (CONNECTOR) TO M1/3,M3/3_2 R9066 R9067 Q9007 C9030 TO M1/3,M3/3_1 100k...
  • Page 76: Schematic Diagram Of U (1/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (22) Schematic Diagram of U (1/3) Board RM-Y910 J2001 S TERMINAL BLOCK U(1/3) D2030 R2027 C2026 MTZJ-10B 1/16W PROTECT (AV IN/OUT) :RN-CP R2026 D2029 C2002 S VIDEO MTZJ-10B 0.01 50V B:2012 1/16W PROTECT :RN-CP D2028 PROTECT VIDEO R2025 D2027...
  • Page 77: Schematic Diagram Of U (2/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (23) Schematic Diagram of U (2/3) Board RM-Y910 TO U1/3,U2/3_1 TO U1/3,U2/3_2 TO U1/3,U2/3_3 R2081 Q2008 2SC2412K 1/16W BUFF :CHIP R2085 Q2009 Y/VIDEO R2089 1/16W 2SC2412K CN2001 R2041 R2043 R2053 :CHIP BUFF 1/16W :CHIP :B-TO B-P 1/16W 1/16W 1/16W...
  • Page 78: Schematic Diagram Of U (3/3) Board

    KF-60DX100 (24) Schematic Diagram of U (3/3) Board RM-Y910 TO U(2/3) TO U(1/3) R2343 R2325 C2351 :CHIP AUDIO(L) AUDIO(R) R2324 C2350 R2341 :CHIP C2329 C2328 0.01 C2311 C2312 C2330 B:CHIP R2322 R2326 R2327 1/16W C2316 R2313 C2317 C2320 :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP 8.2k...
  • Page 79: A Board

    KF-60DX100 — A BOARD (Component Side) — RM-Y910 TUNER, AUDIO OUT, REGULATOR • A BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Component Side) IC1201 IC1202 IC1203 IC1204 IC1205 IC1307 IC1311 IC1903 IC1904 IC1905 IC1907 IC1908 IC1910 IC1911 IC1913 TRANSISTOR Q1002 Q1007 Q1014 Q1108 Q1121...
  • Page 80 KF-60DX100 — A BOARD (Conductor Side) — RM-Y910 TUNER, AUDIO OUT, REGULATOR • A BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Conductor Side) IC1203 IC1204 IC1903 IC1904 IC1907 IC1908 IC1910 IC1911 IC1913 TRANSISTOR Q1122 Q1201 Q1202 Q1205 Q1206 Q1207 Q1208 Q1209 Q1210 Q1211 Q1212...
  • Page 81: Bb Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 DRC-FILM, MID-XA, RGB DECODER, ENGINE CONTROL — BB BOARD (Component Side) — • BB BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Component Side) Q209 Q210 Q211 IC001 Q212 IC002 Q213 IC003 Q214 IC004 Q215 IC005 Q216 IC301 Q217 IC302 Q218 IC303 Q222...
  • Page 82 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 DRC-FILM, MID-XA, RGB DECODER, ENGINE CONTROL — BB BOARD (Conductor Side) — • BB BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Conductor Side) TRANSISTOR Q002 Q003 Q219 Q220 Q221 Q302 Q303 Q305 Q401 Q402 Q403 Q404 Q504 Q505 Q506 Q507 Q509 Q713...
  • Page 83: Bc Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 MAIN/SUB YCT CCD, V-CHIP, COMPONENT I/F — BC BOARD (Component Side) — — BC BOARD (Conductor Side) — • BC BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION Q3040 Q3041 Component Conductor Q3042 Side Side Q3043 IC3001 Q3044 IC3002 Q3045 IC3003 Q3046 IC3004...
  • Page 84: Bc4 Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 3D COMB FILTER — BC4 BOARD (Component Side) — — BC4 BOARD (Conductor Side) — BC4 BOARD Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( Ref. Q2002 – Q2016 Q2018, Q2019 : Refer to Terminal name of...
  • Page 85: G Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 POWER SUPPLY — G BOARD (Component Side) — • G BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Component Side) IC1601 IC1602 TRANSISTOR Q1601 Q1606 Q1607 DIODE D1601 D1602 D1605 D1607 D1608 D1609 D1610 D1612 D1613 D1614 D1616 D1617 D1620 D1621 D1623 D1624...
  • Page 86 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 POWER SUPPLY — G BOARD (Conductor Side) — • G BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Conductor Side) IC1601 IC1602 TRANSISTOR Q1602 Q1603 Q1604 Q1605 DIODE D1603 D1604 D1606 D1618 D1619 D1629 D1630 D1631 D1638 : Refer to Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit (see page 53) –...
  • Page 87 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 AV INPUT — H1 BOARD (Component Side) — — H1 BOARD (Conductor Side) — H1 BOARD Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( Ref. D4301 – D4306 : Refer to Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen...
  • Page 88: H2 Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 USER CONTROL — H2 BOARD (Component Side) — — H2 BOARD (Conductor Side) — – 87 –...
  • Page 89: H3 Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 MAIN SWITCH, IR RECEIVER — H3 BOARD (Component Side) — — H3 BOARD (Conductor Side) — H3 BOARD Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen printed circuit ( Ref. Q4503, Q4508 Q4509 : Refer to Terminal name of...
  • Page 90: M Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 MAIN CONTROL, LCD ENGINE, FAN/LAMP CONTROL — M BOARD (Component Side) — — M BOARD (Conductor Side) — • M BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION Q9025 Q9026 Component Conductor Q9501 Side Side Q9502 IC9001 Q9503 IC9002 Q9504 IC9003 Q9505 IC9004...
  • Page 91: U Board

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 AV IN/OUT, AV SWITCH, AUDIO PROCESS — U BOARD (Component Side) — • U BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Component Side) IC2001 IC2003 IC2004 IC2007 IC2301 IC2302 IC2305 TRANSISTOR Q2003 Q2004 Q2008 Q2009 Q2013 Q2015 Q2019 Q2027 Q2028 DIODE D2001...
  • Page 92 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 AV IN/OUT, AV SWITCH, AUDIO PROCESS — U BOARD (Conductor Side) — • U BOARD SEMICONDUCTOR LOCATION (Conductor Side) TRANSISTOR Q2001 Q2002 Q2005 Q2006 Q2007 Q2012 Q2016 Q2017 Q2020 Q2021 Q2022 Q2024 Q2025 Q2026 Q2029 DIODE D2001 –...
  • Page 93: Waveforms

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 4-5. WAVEFORMS • BB (1/9) BOARD WAVEFORMS • BB (7/9) BOARD WAVEFORMS 2.2 Vp-p (54 MHz) 3.2 Vp-p (15.87 kHz) 3.0 Vp-p (H) 3.2 Vp-p (V) 3.2 Vp-p (H) 1.4 Vp-p (54 MHz) 680 mVp-p (H) 760 mVp-p (H) 760 mVp-p (H) •...
  • Page 94 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 • BC (2/3) BOARD WAVEFORMS • M (2/3) BOARD WAVEFORMS 690 mVp-p (H) 690 mVp-p (H) 740 mVp-p (14.32 MHz) 5.0 Vp-p (H) 5.0 Vp-p (V) 2.0 Vp-p (12 MHz) 5.0 Vp-p (H) 5.0 Vp-p (V) 1.6 Vp-p (20 MHz) •...
  • Page 95: Ic Block Diagrams

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 4-6. IC BLOCK DIAGRAMS • BB (1/9) BOARD IC301 • BB (2/9) BOARD IC306 TCL2933IPWR • BB (5/9) BOARD IC403 TLC2932IPWR Voltage Control Oscillator BIAS Ring Oscillator Voltage Control Oscillator Bias VCO IN 3 VCO OUT BIAS Control...
  • Page 96 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 • BC (3/3) BOARD IC3003 • BC (3/3) BOARD IC3008 CXA2151Q TDA9178T S OUT LUMINANCE VECTOR PROCESSING SPECTRAL PROCESSING C BUS DEC. ADDRESS SMART PEAKING LUMINANCE IN1_1 Y IN Y OUT INPUT PROCESSING OUTPUT 27 SELY_OUT YPbPrJ/YCbCr IN1_2...
  • Page 97 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 4-7. SEMICONDUCTORS BH3868BFS-E2 CXD2085M-T4 MB94P918PF-G-142 NJM2125F(TE2) PQ09RF21 IRFIB7N50A-LF31 DTZ-TT11-6.8B D2SB60A-F04 PC123FY2 MC14052BF MB94P918PF-G-143 NJM2370U10-TE2 TEA6422DT HZU16B2TRF D6SB60L PC123F2 MC14052BFEL M306V2EEFP-180 PST9120NL MA111-TX MC14538BF µPD64082GF-3BA PST9145NL MA113-(TX) MC14538BFEL TC7SET00FU(TE85R) UDZSTE-173.6B MC74LVX8053DR2 TC7SET08FU(TE85L) UDZSTE-173.9B M52055FP TC7SET08FU(TE85R) UDZSTE-176.8B – SN74LV4053ANSR TC7SH02FU...
  • Page 98: Exploded Views

    KF-60DX100 SECTION 5 RM-Y910 EXPLODED VIEWS • Items marked " * " are not stocked since NOTE: The components identified by shading they are seldom required for routine • Items with no part number and no ¡ and mark are critical for safety.
  • Page 99: Mirror Section

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 5-2. MIRROR SECTION : 7-685-663-79 +BVTP 4X16 : 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK REF.NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARK 4-086-303-01 MIRROR (60) * 4-086-309-01 CUSHION (HARNESS), SHIELD * 4-077-752-01 HOLDER (L), MIRROR * 4-077-731-01 HOLDER (R), MIRROR...
  • Page 100: Cabinet Section

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 5-3. CABINET SECTION Les composants identifiés par un tramé The components identified by shading et une marque 0 sont critiques pour la and mark 0 are critical for safety. : 7-685-663-79 +BVTP 4X16 Replace only with part number specified.
  • Page 101: Main Section

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 5-4. MAIN SECTION : 7-685-663-79 +BVTP 4X16 : 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 The components identified by shading ¡ and mark are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifiés par un tramé ¡ et une marque sont critiques pour la sécurité.
  • Page 102: Optical Unit Section

    KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 5-5. OPTICAL UNIT SECTION The components identified by shading and mark 0 are critical for safety. : 7-685-663-79 +BVTP 4X16 Replace only with part number specified. : 7-685-648-79 +BVTP 3X12 Les composants identifiés par un tramé et une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité.
  • Page 103: Electrical Parts List

    KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé SECTION 6 RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 104 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 105 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une BC4 BB pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 106 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 107 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 108 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 109 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 110 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 111 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 112 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 113 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 114 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 115 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 116 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une BB BC pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 117 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 118 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 119 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 120 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 121 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une BC A pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 122 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 123 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 124 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 125 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 126 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 127 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 128 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 129 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 130 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 131 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une G H2 H3 H1 pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 132 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une H1 T U pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 133 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 134 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 135 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 136 KF-60DX100 The components identified by shading Les composants identifiés par un tramé RM-Y910 ¡ ¡ and mark are critical for safety. et une marque sont critiques pour la Replace only with part number specified. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié.
  • Page 137 KF-60DX100 RM-Y910 English Sony Corporation 2004HR05-1 9-965-440-02 HNC. HVC. Visual Products East Asia Dep © 2001. 12 – 136 –...
  • Page 139 You are cautioned that any changes or rules. modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your warranty and your authority to operate this equipment. This document is for the remote control RM-Y910. MODEL: KF-60DX100 Please keep this notice with the instruction manual.
  • Page 140 The model and serial numbers are located at the rear of the To prevent internal heat buildup, do not block the LCD Projection TV, below the Sony logo, on the sticker, ventilation openings. and also on the TV box (white label). Record these Do not install the LCD Projection TV in a hot or numbers in the spaces provided below.
  • Page 141: Important Safeguards

    Important Safeguards Overloading Do not overload wall outlets, extension For your protection, please read these instructions cords or convenience receptacles completely, and keep this manual for future reference. beyond their capacity, since this can result in fire or electric shock. Carefully observe and comply with all warnings, cautions and instructions placed on the set or described in the Always turn the set off when it is not...
  • Page 142 Installation Power-Cord Protection Do not allow anything to rest on or roll Water and Moisture over the power cord, and do not place the Do not use power-line operated sets set where the power cord is subject to near water — for example, near a wear or abuse.
  • Page 143 Lightning Safety Check For added protection for this television receiver during a Upon completion of any service or repairs lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused to the set, ask the service technician to for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet perform routine safety checks (as specified and disconnect the antenna.
  • Page 144 About the LCD Projection TV Although the LCD projection TV is made with high- precision technology, black dots may appear or bright points of light (red, blue, or green) may appear constantly on the LCD screen. This is a structural property of the LCD panel and is not a malfunction.
  • Page 145 Contents Introducing the Sony LCD Projection Using the Features Using the Remote Control ........43 Watching the TV............46 Presenting the Sony LCD Projection TV....9 Watching the Digital TV ........48 Using This Manual..........10 Using Favorite Channels........49 Enjoying Your LCD Projection TV.......11 Using Twin View™..........50 Replacing the Lamp ..........13...
  • Page 146: Introducing The Sony Lcd Projection Tv

    Introducing the Sony LCD Projection Presenting the Sony LCD Projection TV Thank you for purchasing the Sony LCD Projection TV. This manual is for model KF-60DX100. Features Some of the features that you will enjoy with your new LCD projection TV...
  • Page 147: Using This Manual

    Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Wide Screen Mode: Allows you to watch 4:3 normal broadcasts in wide screen mode (16:9 aspect ratio). Auto Wide: Allows you to select the wide screen mode automatically. Using This Manual We recommend that you carefully review the contents of the following three sections in the order shown to ensure that you fully understand the operation of your new LCD projection TV.
  • Page 148: Enjoying Your Lcd Projection Tv

    (1 minute or less). When the projection lamp wears out, the screen image becomes dark. Replace the lamp with a new Sony XL-2000U replacement lamp (not supplied). Be sure to attach the lamp cover securely; otherwise, your LCD projection TV will not turn on.
  • Page 149 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV Notes on the LCD To enjoy clear pictures Be sure not to allow sunlight or light from a lamp to shine directly onto Projection TV the screen. The screen surface is easily scratched. Do not rub, touch, or tap it with a sharp or abrasive object (see “Use of the Cleaning Cloth”...
  • Page 150: Replacing The Lamp

    Collecting the used lamp For environmental conservation, Sony collects the used lamps. Please put the used lamp in the lamp box and give it to your Sony dealer where you bought the lamp. Do not touch the front glass of a new lamp or the glass of the lamp receptacle.
  • Page 151 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV 1 1 1 1 Turn off the power switch on the LCD projection TV and after several minutes, unplug the power cord. (The cooling fan will continue to blow for about two minutes after turning the power off.)
  • Page 152 Introducing the Sony LCD Projection TV 5 5 5 5 Loosen the two screws that secure the lamp, then pull out the lamp. The lamp is very hot immediately after use. Never touch the front glass of the lamp or the surrounding parts.
  • Page 153 Mount the front panel in the order of 1 to 2, as shown in the illustration. Consult your Sony dealer for a Sony XL-2000U replacement lamp. Take great care when replacing the lamp or plugging in/unplugging the connecting cords. If you handle them roughly, the LCD projection TV may fall or be moved, and the TV stand or floor surfaces may be scratched.
  • Page 154: Installing And Connecting The Lcd Projection Tv

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Contents The box contains your new LCD projection TV, a remote control and two AA batteries. No peripheral cables are included. If you intend to add additional equipment to your LCD projection TV, please check the hookup instructions for your desired setup before you begin.
  • Page 155: Carrying Your Lcd Projection Tv

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Carrying Your LCD Projection TV Carrying the LCD projection TV requires at least two people. Do not grasp the pedestal or the front panel of the LCD projection TV, otherwise these parts might break off. When moving the LCD projection TV, support the screen bottom with one hand while grasping the top part with the other hand, as shown in the illustration below.
  • Page 156: To Prevent The Lcd Projection Tv From Falling Down

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV To Prevent the LCD Projection TV from Falling Down Pay special attention to children around the LCD projection TV. If children should climb onto or push the LCD projection TV or its stand, it may fall down.
  • Page 157: Recommended Viewing Area

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Recommended Viewing Area The picture quality may be affected by your viewing position. For the best picture quality, install your LCD projection TV within the areas shown below. Sit at least 2.2 m (approx. 7 ft.) away from your LCD projection TV, and within 60°...
  • Page 158: Connector Types

    Some DVD Players are equipped with the following three video connectors: Y - Green or B–Y) - Blue or R–Y) - Red CONTROL S cable CONTROL S connections are exclusive to Sony products and allow greater control of all Sony equipment. Push into connection.
  • Page 159: Lcd Projection Tv Controls And Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV LCD Projection TV Controls and Connectors Front Panel Menu The front panel menu controls allow access to the on-screen menus without Controls the use of a remote control. Pressing MENU brings up the on-screen menus. The arrow buttons move the on-screen cursor in the menus and by pressing the Select button ( ) selects the menu item.
  • Page 160 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV LCD Projection TV Rear and Side Panel Connectors Rear of LCD projection TV Left side of LCD projection TV VIDEO 2 IN S VIDEO VIDEO (MONO) AUDIO (Continued)
  • Page 161 (VAR/FIX) video component. L (MONO)/R 9 CONTROL S To control other Sony equipment with the LCD projection IN/OUT TV's remote control, connect the CONTROL S IN jack of the equipment to the CONTROL S OUT jack on the LCD projection TV with the CONTROL S cable.
  • Page 162: Basic Connections (connecting Cable Tv Or Antenna)

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Basic Connections (Connecting Cable TV or Antenna) Connecting Directly The connection you choose depends on the cable found in your home. Newer homes are equipped with standard coaxial cable (see A A ); older homes to Cable or an probably have 300-ohm twin lead cable (see B B );...
  • Page 163 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Cable and Antenna If your cable provider does not feature local channels, you may find this set up convenient. CATV cable (No connection to TO CONVERTER) Rear of LCD projection TV CONVERTER Antenna cable VHF/UHF Select CABLE or antenna (ANT) mode by pressing on the remote...
  • Page 164 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Using a coaxial cable, connect the cable box’s OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s AUX jack. Cable box Rear of LCD projection TV CONVERTER 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) Signal CATV cable (unscrambled channels) VHF/UHF Pressing ANT on the remote control switches between the channels coming in through the cable box (scrambled) and those coming directly...
  • Page 165 Cable box Also, set Cable to ON in the Channel menu (see page 62). Your Sony remote control can be programmed to operate your cable box (see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 77). To change channels using the cable box, set your LCD projection TV to channel 3 or 4 depending on the cable box channel output.
  • Page 166: Connecting A Vcr And Cable

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a VCR and Cable Use this hookup if: You have cable TV that does not require a cable box. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the cable TV cable to the VCR’s IN jack. Using a coaxial cable, connect the VCR’s OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s VHF/UHF jack.
  • Page 167: Connecting A Vcr And Cable Box

    With this setup you can: Use the LCD projection TV remote control to change channels on your cable box when the signal is scrambled. To program your Sony remote control to operate your cable box, see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 77.
  • Page 168 Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV VMC-810S/820S (not supplied) VIDEO (yellow) YC-15V/30V (not supplied) AUDIO-L (white) AUDIO-R (red) S VIDEO Coaxial cable VIDEO (yellow) AUDIO-L (white) AUDIO-R (red) Cable box S VIDEO Coaxial cable Rear of LCD projection TV If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO cable.
  • Page 169: Connecting Two Vcrs For Tape Editing

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting Two VCRs for Tape Editing If you connect two VCRs, you can record from one VCR to the other while using your LCD projection TV to monitor what is being recorded. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using AUDIO and VIDEO cables, connect the playback VCR’s Audio and Video OUT jacks to the recording VCR’s Audio and Video IN jacks.
  • Page 170: Connecting A Satellite Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Satellite Receiver Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s SATELLITE IN jack. Using AUDIO and S VIDEO cables, connect the satellite receiver’s AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT jacks to the LCD projection TV’s AUDIO and S VIDEO IN jacks.
  • Page 171: Connecting A Satellite Receiver With A Vcr

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Satellite Receiver with a VCR Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the satellite antenna cable to the satellite receiver’s SATELLITE IN jack. Connect the CATV cable to the VCR’s VHF/UHF IN jack. Using a coaxial cable, connect the VCR’s OUT jack to the LCD projection TV’s VHF/UHF jack.
  • Page 172: Connecting An Audio Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting an Audio Receiver Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using audio cables, connect the LCD projection TV’s AUDIO OUT (VAR/ FIX) jacks to the audio receiver’s audio LINE IN jacks. Rear of LCD projection TV AUDIO-R (red) AUDIO-L...
  • Page 173: Connecting A Dvd Player With Component Video Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a DVD Player with Component Video Connectors This is the preferred hookup to use if: Your DVD player has component (Y, B-Y, R-Y) jacks. Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Using three separate component video cables, connect the DVD player’s Y, B-Y and R-Y jacks to the Y, P and P...
  • Page 174: Connecting A Dvd Player With A/v Connectors

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a DVD Player with A/V Connectors Use this hookup if: Your DVD player does not have component (Y, P ) jacks. If your DVD player has video component output connectors: for best picture quality use the connection described on page 36.
  • Page 175: Connecting A Digital Tv Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Digital TV Receiver Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Be sure to read the Using three separate component video cables, connect the Digital TV Set-top box manual. Set-top box’s Y, P and P jacks to the LCD projection TV.
  • Page 176: Connecting A Camcorder

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting a Camcorder For easy connection of the camcorder, the LCD projection TV has side Audio and Video inputs (shown below). However, if you prefer, you can also connect the camcorder to the LCD projection TV’s rear Audio and Video IN jacks.
  • Page 177: Connecting An Av Receiver

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Connecting an AV Receiver For greater control of all audio and video equipment, connect an AV receiver. Change “Video Label” for the VIDEO 1 input to “Receiver” (see page 68). Disconnect all power sources before making any connections. Connect the coaxial cable from the incoming cable connection or antenna to IN on the VCR.
  • Page 178: Using The Control S Feature

    Using the CONTROL S Feature CONTROL S allows you to control your LCD projection TV system and other Sony equipment with one remote control. In addition to allowing you to control multiple devices with one remote control, the CONTROL S...
  • Page 179: Setting Up The Lcd Projection Tv Automatically

    Installing and Connecting the LCD Projection TV Setting Up the LCD projection TV Automatically After you finish connecting your LCD projection TV, you can run Auto Setup to set up your channels. The Auto Setup screen appears when you turn your LCD projection TV on for the first time after installing it.
  • Page 180: Using The Features

    Using the Features Using the Remote Control The following table describes the buttons on the remote control that are for more advanced functions. Button Descriptions Outside Panel Button Description 1 MUTING Press to mute the sound. Press again or press VOL + to restore the sound.
  • Page 181 Using the Features Button Description qa FAVORITES Displays the Favorite Channels list. For details, see “Using Favorite Channels” on page 49. qs RESET Press when in a menu to reset the settings to the factory defaults. qd POWER Turn on and off the LCD projection TV and other audio/ buttons video equipment you have programmed into the remote (GREEN)
  • Page 182 Stereo, Auto SAP, and Mono. 8 CODE SET Used for programming the remote control to operate non- Sony video equipment. For details, see “Programming the Remote Control” on page 77. 9 POWER Press to turn on the DVD/VCR player you have programmed into the remote control.
  • Page 183: Watching The Tv

    Using the Features Watching the TV Many TV features can be accessed directly through the remote control. The following will explain the function of some of the buttons found on your remote control. Buttons for LCD 1 TV (FUNCTION) Activates the remote control for use with the LCD projection TV. Projection TV Operations 2 ANT—...
  • Page 184 Using the Features qa DISPLAY Press to display the channel number, current time and channel label (if set). To turn the display off, press DISPLAY again. qs TV/VIDEO Press repeatedly to scroll through available video inputs: TV, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, VIDEO 3, VIDEO 4, VIDEO 5 and VIDEO 6. If you select Skip as a...
  • Page 185: Watching The Digital Tv

    Using the Features Watching the Digital TV When you have connected the DTV receiver, you can enjoy digital TV programs. This LCD projection TV is capable of receiving the 1080i, 720p*, 480p and 480i digital TV formats. This LCD projection TV is not capable of displaying a native 720p format signal.
  • Page 186: Using Favorite Channels

    Using the Features Using Favorite Channels The Favorite Channel feature lets you select programs from a list of favorite channels that you preset. To display a list of your favorite channels: Your Favorite Channel options can be set automatically or manually. The factory setting for Favorite Channel is Auto.
  • Page 187: Using Twin View

    Using the Features Using Twin View™ Twin View enables you to watch two programs at the same time. You can also change the size of both the left and right pictures. Activating Twin To display twin pictures Pictures 1 1 1 1 Make sure your LCD projection TV is tuned to a working channel.
  • Page 188 Using the Features Hookups that affect your ability to use Twin View: - If you are viewing all channels through the cable box, the Twin View feature will not work. The cable box only unscrambles one signal at a time, so the right picture will be the same as the left picture.
  • Page 189 Using the Features Changing the The zoom feature lets you change the size of the left and right pictures. Picture Size To enlarge the left To enlarge the right picture (reduce the picture (reduce the right) left) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Move the Move the joystick...
  • Page 190: Using The Freeze Function

    Using the Features Using the Freeze Function FREEZE button allows you to temporarily capture a program’s picture. You can use this feature to write down information such as phone numbers, recipes, etc. To use the Freeze function 1 1 1 1 When the program information you want to capture is displayed, press FREEZE 2 2 2 2...
  • Page 191: Using Scrolling Channel Index

    Using the Features Using Scrolling Channel Index Scrolling Channel Index allows you to view and select from all receivable channels scrolling on the screen without leaving the current channel. Scrolling Channel Index will not function when Parental Lock is activated. To use the Scrolling Channel Index function 1 1 1 1 Press...
  • Page 192 Using the Features 3 3 3 3 To enlarge the selected channel into the left frame, press again. The selected channel will be displayed in normal motion picture, and the sound also switches to this channel. 4 4 4 4 Press The selected channel will be enlarged for normal viewing.
  • Page 193: Using Wide Screen Mode

    Using the Features Using Wide Screen Mode Wide Screen Mode lets you watch 4:3 normal broadcasts in several Wide Screen Modes (16:9 aspect ratio). Press WIDE MODE repeatedly to toggle through the following Screen Mode settings. You can also access the Screen Mode settings in the Wide menu. For details, see page 64.
  • Page 194: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus Overview Opening and choosing a menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU to display the menu screen. 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the desired menu icon and press to select it. 3 3 3 3 Use the joystick to scroll through the features.
  • Page 195: Using The Video Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Video Menu To select the Video Menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the Video icon and press 3 3 3 3 Use the joystick to scroll through the features.
  • Page 196 Using the Menus Option Description Color Temp Choose from three color temperatures: White Cool Select to give the white colors a blue tint. intensity Neutral Select to give the white colors a neutral tint. adjustment Warm Select to give the white colors a red tint. CineMotion Obtains a smooth picture movement that approaches the original film-like quality when reproducing movies or other video sources...
  • Page 197: Using The Audio Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Audio Menu To select the Audio Menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the Audio icon and press 3 3 3 3 Use the joystick to scroll through the options.
  • Page 198 Using the Menus Option Description Stereo Select for stereo reception when viewing a program broadcast in stereo. Enjoy stereo, bilingual and Auto-SAP Select to automatically switch the LCD projection mono TV to second audio programs when a signal is programs received.
  • Page 199: Using The Channel Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Channel Menu To select the Channel Menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the Channel icon and press 3 3 3 3 Use the joystick to scroll through the features.
  • Page 200 Using the Menus Option Description Channel Fix “Fix” your LCD projection TV’s channel setting to 3 or 4 and use the cable box, VCR or Useful when you satellite receiver to change channels. Select one have a cable box of these settings if you have connected the or satellite device to the VHF/UHF jack.
  • Page 201: Using The Wide Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Wide Menu To select the Wide menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Use the joystick to move to the Wide icon and press 3 3 3 3 Move the joystick to scroll through the features.
  • Page 202 Using the Menus Option Description 4:3 Default Wide Zoom Select to enlarge the 4:3 picture, to fill the 16:9 screen, keeping the original image as much as Select the default possible. Screen Mode to use for 4:3 Normal Select to return the 4:3 picture to normal sources.
  • Page 203: Using The Timer Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Timer Menu To select the Timer menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the Timer icon and press To set the Current Time 1 1 1 1 Use the joystick to select “Current Time”, then press 2 2 2 2...
  • Page 204: Using The Setup Menu

    Using the Menus Using the Setup Menu To select the Setup Menu 1 1 1 1 Press MENU 2 2 2 2 Move the joystick to the Setup icon and press 3 3 3 3 Use the joystick to scroll through the features.
  • Page 205 Using the Menus Option Description Video Label Allows you to label the audio/video components you connected to the LCD projection TV so you can identify them when using TV/VIDEO. When in the Setup menu’s Video Label feature, use the joystick to highlight an input to label, then press select it.
  • Page 206 Using the Menus Using the Parent The Parent menu allows you to set up the LCD projection TV to block Menu programs according to their content and rating levels. These ratings are assigned by a federal rating board. Not all programs are rated.
  • Page 207 Using the Menus 7 7 7 7 Move the joystick up or down to select U.S.A. or Canada according to the country you reside in, and press 8 8 8 8 Move the joystick down to select “Parental Lock”, and press 9 9 9 9 Move the joystick up or down to select a desired rating, and press If you select Child, Youth, Young Adult or Custom, the Parental Control...
  • Page 208: Viewing Blocked Programs

    Using the Menus The Parent menu includes the following options. If you are not familiar Option Description with the Parental Guideline Parental Lock Parental lock is off. No programs are blocked rating system, you should from viewing. Turn ratings on/ select Child, Youth, or Child Maximum ratings permitted are:...
  • Page 209 Using the Menus Using Custom If you want to select the ratings to be blocked from Custom, follow the Rating Options procedure below. 1 1 1 1 Perform the steps 1 to 8 in “To select the rating” on page 69 to display the Parental Lock options.
  • Page 210 Using the Menus 5 5 5 5 Move the joystick left, then down, to select “TV Rating” or “Program,” and press 6 6 6 6 The “TV Rating” setting menu appears. 7 7 7 7 Move the joystick up or down to select the rating to be blocked, and press indicator automatically appears beside the selected rating and all “higher”...
  • Page 211 Using the Menus 8 8 8 8 Move the joystick left or right to select the extender to be viewed, and press “-” appears beside the selected extender, indicating that the programs that match the extender can be viewed. If you press again, is displayed to show that the programs that match the extender will be blocked again.
  • Page 212 Using the Menus US custom rating options If you selected U.S.A. as the country of residence on page 70, the Custom Rating Menu includes the following options. (If you selected Canada, see page 76.) To ensure maximum blocking capability, the age-based ratings should be blocked.
  • Page 213 Using the Menus Canadian custom rating options If you selected Canada as the country of residence on page 70, the Custom Rating Menu includes the following options. (If you selected U.S.A., see page 75.) Option Description English Rating All children. Children 8 years and older.
  • Page 214: Other Information

    8 mm VCR VHS VCR DVD Player If you have video equipment other than Sony brand that you want to control with the LCD projection TV’s remote control, use the following procedures to program the remote control. The equipment must have infrared (IR) remote capability in order to be used with the remote control.
  • Page 215 If you enter a new code number, the code number you previously entered at that setting is erased. In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate your component with the Sony remote control. In this case, use the component’s own remote control unit.
  • Page 216 Minolta 305, 304 Wards 327, 328, 335, VCRs 331, 332 Mitsubishi/ 323, 324, 325, Manufacturer Code Yamaha 314, 330, 336, Sony Multitech 325, 338, 321 Admiral Zenith 314, 336, 337 (M. Ward) Olympic 309, 308 Aiwa 338, 344 DVD Players...
  • Page 217: Operating Other Components With Your Lcd Projection Tv Remote Control

    Other Information Operating Other Components with Your LCD Projection TV Remote Control Operating a VCR Open the panel and move the slide switch to the AV input you coded for this device. To Do This ... Press green POWER button (inside the panel) Turn on/off Change channels CH +/–...
  • Page 218: Operating A Cable Box

    Other Information Operating a Cable To Do This ... Press SAT/CABLE (POWER) Turn on/off SAT/CABLE (FUNCTION) Select Cable Box Select a channel 0-9 buttons, ENTER CH +/– Change channels JUMP Back to previous channel Operating a Satellite To Do This ... Press Receiver SAT/CABLE (POWER)
  • Page 219: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If, after reading these operating instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony television, please call our Customer Information Services Center at 1-800-222-SONY (7669) (U.S. residents only) or (416) 499-SONY (7669) (Canadian residents only). Problem...
  • Page 220 Other Information Problem Possible Remedies Dotted lines Adjust the antenna. or stripes Move the LCD projection TV away from noise sources such as cars, neon signs, or hair-dryers. LCD projection TV is fixed to Use Auto Program in the Channel menu to add receivable channels that are not one channel presently in TV memory (see page 63).
  • Page 221 Other Information Problem Possible Remedies There is no twin picture or it is Be sure your twin picture is set to a video source/channel that has a program airing. just static You may be tuned to a video input with nothing connected to it. Try cycling through your video inputs using TV/VIDEO.
  • Page 222: What Flashing Of The Indicators On The Front Of The Monitor Means

    (see page 13). The LAMP indicator flashes. The lamp for the light source burns out. Replace it with new one (see page 13). If the LCD projection TV is not recovered after correcting the problems, contact with qualified Sony personnel.
  • Page 223: Specifications

    Other Information Specifications Projection System 3 LCD Panels, 1 lens projection system LCD Panel 1.35 inch TFT LCD panel Approx. 3.15 million dots (1,049,088 pixels) Projection Lens High Performance, large diameter hybrid lens F2.4 Antenna 75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF Lamp UHP lamp, 100W XL-2000U...
  • Page 224 Other Information Supplied Accessories Remote Control RM-Y910 AA Batteries 2 supplied for remote control Cleaning Cloth Optional Accessories TV Stand SU-60DX Lamp XL-2000U AV Cable VMC-810/820/830 HG Audio Cable RKC-515HG Control S Cable RK-G69HG Component Video Cable VMC-10/30 HG AV Receiver STR-V555ES or equivalent Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
  • Page 225 Index Connecting Audio receiver 35 Activating a Twin View screen AV receiver 40 Adding channels to the channel list – – Cable box 26 Adjusting audio, Steady Sound Cable or antenna 25 ANT button Camcorder 39 Antenna, connecting Digital TV Receiver 38 Audio menu DVD player 36 Audio receiver, connecting...
  • Page 226 Front Panel Controls Presetting channels – FUNCTION buttons (WHITE) Problems, troubleshooting Hookups Ratings – setting 69 Hue, adjusting viewing blocked programs 71 Rear panel controls and connections Remote control Image Revision buttons inside panel 45 Inputs, labeling Function of buttons 46 –...
  • Page 227 Treble, adjusting – Troubleshooting TV function button TV power button TV/VIDEO button Twin View™ activating a picture 50 described 9 using 50 using with TV remote control 80 with cable box, connecting 30 with cable, connecting 29 with satellite receiver, connecting 34 Video inputs, labeling Video menu Video Modes, selecting...
  • Page 229 If, after reading this instruction manual, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony projection TV, please call one of the following numbers (English only). Customers in the continental United States contact the Direct Response Center at:...

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