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Sony RM-TP503 Operating Instructions Manual

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Commander
Operating Instructions
Mode d'emploi
Manual de instrucciones
Manual de instruções
RM-TP503
© 1999 by Sony Corporation
3-867-704-11(1)
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  • Page 1 3-867-704-11(1) Remote Commander Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi Manual de instrucciones Manual de instruções RM-TP503 © 1999 by Sony Corporation...
  • Page 2: About This Manual

    Generally, the 2 way remote system is If you have any question or problem concerning your turned off on all components except for the receiver/ commander, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. amplifier. If you would like to turn off the receiver/amplifier’s 2 way remote system, refer to “Setting up the 2 way...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ABLE OF CONTENTS Special Remarks Preparations 4 p About the LCD Compatible Components and Functions 4 Depending on the brightness of the room and the angle at Preparing the Commander 5 which the commander is viewed, the LCD may be difficult to see.
  • Page 4: Preparations

    Be sure to read this section before operating. Compatible Components This unit can be used to operate Sony AV components as well as AV components made by other manufacturers. Setup is necessary in order to operate components made by other manufacturers (see page 24).
  • Page 5: Preparing The Commander

    Preparing the Commander Please be sure to carry out the procedures described in Close the battery compartment cover. “Setting up the commander” on page 6 after inserting the batteries. Inserting batteries into the commander Insert the four size-AA (LR6) alkaline batteries (for commander operation) and the lithium battery (for preservation of the commander’s internal memory).
  • Page 6 If the tip of the touch pen is damaged, or the touch pen is lost, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Turn CONTRAST to adjust brightness of the LCD. Caution Touch panel adjustment must be carried out for proper panel operation.
  • Page 7 When replacing the batteries To ensure preservation of the commander’s internal memory when replacing batteries, be sure to observe the following cautions. When to replace batteries When the batteries become weak, a warning sounds and a 1 m ~ 2 m message is displayed.
  • Page 8: Screen Hierarchy

    Screen Hierarchy The following diagram shows the basic composition of this unit’s screen hierarchy. FUNCTION screen Normally, the FUNCTION screen is displayed. To display a different screen, touch the left side of the LCD. Screens for selection and operation of components connected to the receiver/amplifier.
  • Page 9: Location Of Parts And Basic Operations

    Rotate to scroll through items in a list (etc.). Push to select the highlighted item. 5 SYSTEM STANDBY button Normally used to turn off all Sony components. Can also be used to turn the receiver/amplifier on or off depending on the settings made in the SETUP screen (see page 30).
  • Page 10: Rear Panel

    2 Battery cover 3 Touch pen 4 SYSTEM STANDBY button Normally used to turn off all Sony components. Can also be used to turn the receiver/amplifier on or off depending on the settings made in the SETUP screen (see page 30).
  • Page 11: Operation

    Operation Basic Operations Displaying the FUNCTION screen This chapter explains how to operate To operate components connected to the receiver/ the receiver/amplifier and connected amplifier, first display the FUNCTION screen, then select audio/video components. the component you wish to operate (CD, MD, etc.). Normally, the FUNCTION screen is displayed.
  • Page 12 Basic Operations FUNCTION screen hierarchy The following diagram shows the composition of the FUNCTION screen hierarchy. The types of icons that can be displayed on the FUNCTION screen can be set using FUNCTION HOOK UP in the SETUP screen. (For details on FUNCTION HOOK UP, see page 25.)
  • Page 13: Example: Operating A Cd Player

    The receiver/amplifier’s function switches to CD and To view the LIST the CD screen appears. Touch LIST to view the song titles in a Sony CD changer (5/50/200/300 CD) or MD deck connected by a Selected maker and CONTROL A1 cord. In this case, the information must be category (see page 24).
  • Page 14: Example: Operating The Tuner

    Example: Operating the Tuner This section describes how to operate the tuner. To operate other functions For details on tuner operation, please refer to the Touch SUB or use the JOG DIAL to scroll to display the operating instructions provided with the receiver/ icons used for memorizing broadcast stations and station amplifier.
  • Page 15: Example: Recording From Cd To Md

    Example: Recording from CD to MD This section describes how to record audio from a CD to Touch to select the recorder component (MD/DAT in this example). an MD as an example of recording audio/video. When MD/DAT is touched, the REC EDIT operation Other operations screen appears.
  • Page 16: Performing Several Commands In Sequence Automatically (Macro Play)

    To set “WAIT TIME”, refer to “Macro Play setting” on page 26 and 27. Touch FUNCTION. • For some makers other than Sony, there are some commands The FUNCTION screen appears. that cannot be used in Macro Play. Touch The MACRO screen appears.
  • Page 17: Using A Command That Has Been Learned

    Using a command that has Selecting a source to listen been learned to using SUB ROOM By using the Learning function, it is possible for this Select a source that you would like to enjoy listening to in commander to perform learned operations. For details on another room.
  • Page 18: Selecting Sound Fields

    Selecting Sound Fields These sections describe how to select and make SOUND FIELD screen hierarchy adjustments to the sound fields. For details concerning sound fields, please refer to the EQ BANK operating instructions supplied with the receiver/ amplifier. Displaying the SOUND FIELD screen S.F.
  • Page 19 Selecting the sound field Selecting the sound field preset For details concerning which sound fields can be selected, Touch SOUND FIELD. please refer to the operating instructions supplied with The SOUND FIELD screen appears. the receiver/amplifier. Touch PRESET. Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD PRESET screen appears.
  • Page 20 Selecting Sound Fields Selecting the equalizer Setting the sound field preset Touch SOUND FIELD. Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD screen appears. The SOUND FIELD screen appears. Touch EQ BANK. Touch PRESET. The EQ BANK screen appears. The SOUND FIELD PRESET screen appears. Touch one of the equalizer presets (EQ PRESET Touch PRESET SETUP.
  • Page 21: Adjusting Sound Fields

    Adjusting Sound Fields Set up the SOUND FIELD screen menus to fully enjoy the Adjusting the frequency bands surround sound created by the sound fields. Touch EQ EDIT on the SOUND FIELD screen. On the EQ EDIT screen, adjust the frequency bands of The EQUALIZER screen of the equalizer preset front, center and rear speakers of the equalizer preset (EQ selected in the EQ BANK screen appears.
  • Page 22 Adjusting Sound Fields Adjusting the surround parameters Adjusting the speaker levels Touch SURR EDIT on the SOUND FIELD screen. Touch LEVEL on the SOUND FIELD screen. The SURROUND screen appears. The LEVEL screen appears. Use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll through Use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll through the list.
  • Page 23 Customizing other receiver/amplifier Adjusting the speaker settings operations Touch SP SETUP on the SOUND FIELD screen. The SPEAKER SETUP screen appears. Touch CUSTOM on the SOUND FIELD screen. The CUSTOMIZE screen appears. Use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll through the list.
  • Page 24: Adjusting The Commander's Operating Environment

    Adjusting the Commander’s Operating Environment The following explanations allow you to adjust various Registering the connected components settings and customize the commander’s operating The following procedure lets you set up the commander environment. to operate the components connected to the receiver/ amplifier.
  • Page 25 Touch FUNCTION HOOK UP. The FUNCTION HOOK UP screen appears. Touch the remote controller mode of the connected component (Ex: Sony VTR1). The component selected in steps 4 to 5 will be registered at the function selected in step 3, and the Select the function not to be displayed and touch SETUP screen reappears.
  • Page 26 Macro Play setting The DOWNLOAD screen appears. The following is an example of how to set the command “POWER” for SONY VTR 1 in BOX 2 of MACRO 1. Set other commands in a similar manner. Touch SETUP. The SETUP screen appears.
  • Page 27 The BOX Number list reappears. you selected. To clear the programmed MACRO When the maker is Sony only, go to step 7. Select the BOX Number of the MACRO you want to clear in step You can select “WAIT TIME”other than audio 4.
  • Page 28 Adjusting the Commander’s Operating Environment Touch NAME EDIT. Setting the function name The NAME EDIT screen appears. Touch SETUP. The SETUP screen appears. Current name display Name input display Touch to upload the name to the receiver/ amplifier. Touch to set the name to the commander Touch FUNC NAME.
  • Page 29 Point the remote code receiver section of the Setting remote control codes that are not commander toward the receiver/transmitter on the stored in the commander remote control to be learned. When a remote control code is not one of the presets stored in the commander, it is possible for the commander to learn the code using the Learning function.
  • Page 30 OFF: When a function is selected, the commander code applies only to receiver/amplifier operation. * Switching to VIDEO 1 input may not be automatic on all Sony TVs. This is because some TVs cannot receive remote control codes immediately after being turned on.
  • Page 31: Additional Information

    If the tip of the touch pen is damaged, or the touch pen is lost, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. On battery life When the backlight is not neccessary, do not press BACK LIGHT/COMMANDER OFF to turn on the LCD.
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    / Make sure that there are no objects between the commander and receiver/amplifier. Commands of components made by / Make sure that the receiver/amplifier’s power is manufacturers other than Sony do not function. turned on. / When registering components made by certain / The commander’s transmitter/receiver section is manufacturers, some commands may not function not pointed at the receiver/amplifier.
  • Page 33: Specifications

    Specifications Index Operating system A, B Liquid crystal touch Battery 5, 7 panel Liquid crystal size CD player 13 3.8 inches (256 x 200 dots) Downloading receiver/amplifier Liquid crystal type data 25 Reflection system (Monochrome type) E, F, G Front panel 9 Touch panel Resistant membrane FUNCTION Screen 11, 12...
  • Page 35 Sony Corporation Printed in Japan...