Sony FD TRINITRON KP-48PS1K Инструкция по эксплуатации онлайн [2/187]
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Sony 100Hz Projection TV.
Before operating the projection TV, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
• Symbols used in the manual:
Informs you of possible hazards.
Important information.
Information on a feature.
1,2... Sequence of instructions.
Shaded buttons on the remote control show the
buttons you have to press to follow the sequence
of instructions.
Informs you of the result of the instructions.
Safety Information
All TV’s operate on extremely high voltages. To prevent fire or electric shock, please follow the safety guidelines indicated in the
blue sheet supplied.
After transporting the projection TV directly from a cold to a warm location, or if the room temperature has changed suddenly,
pictures may be blurred or show poor colour over portions of the picture. This is because moisture has condensed on the mirrors
or lenses inside the projection TV. Let the moisture evaporate before using the projection TV.
To obtain a clear picture, do not expose the screen to direct illumination or direct sunlight. If possible, use spot lighting directed
down from the ceiling.
Displaying a still picture for long periods of time, for instance, when operating a video game or personal computer and viewing a
programme in 16:9 mode, may damage the picture tube. To avoid this, keep the picture contrast level low.
Clean the projection TV screen and cabinet with a soft dampened cloth. Do not use any abrasive cleaners. As a safety precaution,
unplug the set before cleaning it.
Avoid touching the screen, and take care not to scratch the surface with hard objects.
Table of Contents
Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Safety Information............................................................................................................................................................................................................3
Overview
Checking the Accessories Supplied..................................................................................................................................................................4
Overview of TV Buttons ....................................................................................................................................................................................4
Overview of Remote Control Buttons..............................................................................................................................................................5
Installation
Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control....................................................................................................................................................6
Connecting the Aerial and VCR ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
First Time Operation
Switching on the projection TV and Automatically Tuning......................................................................................................................... 7
Adjusting colour Registration (Convergence)................................................................................................................................................ 9
Menu System
Introducing the Menu System...........................................................................................................................................................................9
On Screen display Menus Guide.................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Using the Menu System:
Adjusting the Picture..................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Adjusting the Sound...................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Using the Features menu............................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Manually Tuning the TV............................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Labelling a channel ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
Skipping programme positions.................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Using the “Further Programme Preset” function...................................................................................................................................... 18
Inputting your personal ID........................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Using the Demo Mode................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
Adjusting the picture geometry for an RGB source.................................................................................................................................. 21
Labelling of Input Sources............................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Using Multi PIP (Picture In Picture)............................................................................................................................................................ 23
Using PAP (Picture And Picture)................................................................................................................................................................. 23
Teletext...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
NexTView................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
Optional Connections
Connecting Optional Equipment.................................................................................................................................................................... 28
Using Optional Equipment.............................................................................................................................................................................. 29
Smartlink............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30
Remote Control of other Sony Equipment.................................................................................................................................................... 30
Additional Information
Optimum Viewing Area ..................................................................................................................................................................................31
Specifications..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................................................................ 33
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