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Your New

BRAVIA™ HDTV
Flat-panel LCD

Congratulations! Your new BRAVIA™ TV opens the door to the “Stunning HD Experience”.
This guide will explain how to get the most from your new High Definition TV.

Quick Setup Guide
For further information, see the Operating Instruction Manual supplied with the TV.
Please retain this guide for your future reference.

Learn more. Visit the Sony HDTV Learning Center www.sony.com/HDTV
Please take these steps before you power up your BRAVIA™:
Register online at: www.sony.com/registration (from U.S.A.) www.SonyStyle.ca/registration (from Canada)
Make sure you’ve removed all accessory contents from packaging.
Install 2 AA batteries (supplied separately) in your remote control.
Determine whether you will hang your TV on a wall or place it on a floor stand. Sony wall mounting brackets are designed to provide the best fit.
Give your TV 2 3/8 inches (6 cm) of space behind it to properly ventilate.

The Four Steps to a Stunning HD Experience: Set, Sound,
Source, and Setup

2 Connecting Your TV
Your BRAVIA™ TV must be properly connected to components such as sound system and cable or satellite box.

See reverse side of this poster for sample connection diagrams.
Turn off and unplug all components before making connections.
Do not turn on the TV until connection setup is completed.
Audio/Video
Performance

Input
Connector
HDMI 1
HDMI 2

HDMI connection*

Comments

Sources

Best Picture Quality 16:9
Aspect Ratio

HD Over-The-Air Antenna
HD Cable Subscription/
Programming
HD Satellite Subscription

Digital Content

Good Picture Quality
Aspect Ratio based on
Program

Over-The-Air Antenna
Digital Cable Subscription
Digital Satellite
Subscription

Analog Content

Contact Sony Customer Support at:

Original TV format 4:3
Aspect Ratio

Over-The-Air Antenna
Cable Subscription

http://www.sony.com/tvsupport

Contact your cable or satellite provider to upgrade your service to HD. Receive over-the-air
HD broadcasts with an HD-quality antenna (www.antennaweb.org) and discover the wealth of entertainment now available on super-high-resolution Blu-ray Disc™.

S VIDEO connection

Initial Setup instructions are displayed on the screen when your BRAVIA™ is powered on for the first time.

1 Select the language for the OSD (on screen display).

Composite video connection

Audio L/R

480i
(SD content)

What is HDMI™?

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cables are the standard for connecting HDTV. They are built to properly handle high bandwidth, uncompressed video and multi-channel audio—all in one cable.

Connecting a PC to Your BRAVIA™

May require DVI-to-HDMI adapter and separate audio connector when connecting to the HDMI input.
Connect PC’s audio output when using a Digital Video Interface (DVI) or HD15 connection.
Press PC’s FUNCTION Key + Select Output to transmit to TV.
Refer to your BRAVIA™ Operating Instruction Manual for more information.

To learn more about HDTV, visit www.sony.com/HDTV

4 Watching Your TV

To Access Initial Setup by Remote Control
If you did not follow the Initial Setup screen the first time, press the button on your remote control to display the Menu window and select the Channel menu.

1 Channel menu options appears.

Initial Setup

TV

to choose a language.

12.1 XEWT
Exit:

Channel
Favorite Channels
Cable
Add Channels
Auto Program
Show/Hide Channels
Label Channels
Diagnostics

Please select your language:

2 Connect either Cable or Antenna to your TV (you can connect both using an A-B RF

switch). If you connect Cable, the TV will scan cable channels. After this scanning, you can search antenna channels as well.

Initial Setup
First please connect cable or antenna.
Allow 50+ minutes for completion.

Yes
No

If you have Cable and Antenna connection available, please connect Cable first.
If you are not using the VHF/UHF/CABLE connection to TV, you can cancel the Auto
Program by selecting No.

3 Your TV will detect the type of signal connected and will start scanning for the channels.
Auto Program
Please wait. Allow 50+ minutes for completion.
Press select to cancel.

8
9

Auto Program
Auto Program is complete.
Press Select button to exit.

Analog Channels Found:
Digital Channels Found:

8
9

MENU

On

2 Select Cable On (for cable channels) or Off (for antenna channels); then select Auto
TV

12.1 XEWT
Channel
Search for available channels
Favorite Channels
Cable
Add Channels
Auto Program
Show/Hide Channels
Label Channels
Diagnostics

Exit:

MENU

program.

On

3 Select OK to start auto program.
Auto Program
Allow 50+ minutes for completion.
Press
to set.

OK

If you start auto program make sure you change to Cable On or Off and check the Cable or
Antenna connection as well.

Antenna Setup
If you want to use air signals, please connect antenna.
Allow 50+ minutes for completion.

Yes
No

channels as well. Connect the Antenna (using an A-B RF switch, not supplied) and change the switch to Antenna, then start auto program to search antenna channels.

Whether you are watching cable, satellite or broadcast TV; playing a VCR, DVD or
Blu-ray Disc™; or connecting to your PC, you need to choose the correct Input using your remote control:
Press the button on your remote control to display on-screen the
Applications menu, then select External Inputs and will appear the list of external inputs; OR
Press the button to display the list of external inputs and choose the desired input. High Definition and Standard Definition signals are transmitted with different aspect ratios (the width-to-height shape of the image). Most HD signals use a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9. Most SD signals use a boxy 4:3 aspect ratio. The
16:9 aspect ratio looks perfect on your BRAVIA™, but a 4:3 image must be adjusted to look right. You can:
Adjust your TV so boxy 4:3 images are automatically re-configured (zoomed or stretched) to fit the wide TV screen; OR
Watch SD content in its original, boxy format with wide black bars surrounding the image to fill in unused space (for example, you may prefer to watch an old classic movie in its original 4:3 format, not reconfigured for a wide screen).
Press the button on your remote control to display the Wide Mode setting of your preference.
Visit
www.learningcenter.sony.us/HomeAudioandVideo/Televisions/Research1/
TheBasicsofDTV for more information.

Customize Sound and Picture Quality

OK

4 If the initial setup programming found Cable channels, you will be able to scan Antenna

Select Your Content Source

Button

To Do List

When the Initial Setup is completed, consider carrying out these items:
Set Clock/Timers
Set Closed Captions (CC)
Set Parental Lock
Show/Hide Channels
Label Video Inputs (skip inputs)
Label Channels
Speaker On/Off

For details, refer to your BRAVIA™ Operating Instruction Manual.

You can choose optimum sound and picture settings to match the content you are displaying on your TV:
Press the button on your remote control and select Picture or Sound menu, then choose the appropriate setting for your content.
Use the remote control button to quickly adjust picture quality.
Refer to your BRAVIA™ Operating Instruction Manual for more information.

To learn more about HDTV, visit www.sony.com/HDTV

Description

POWER

Press to turn On and Off the TV.

SLEEP

Press repeatedly until the TV displays the time in minutes (Off, 15, 30, 60 or
120) that you want the TV to remain on before shutting off. To cancel
Sleep, press repeatedly until Sleep
Off appears.

DISPLAY

Press once to display the current channel number, channel label, remaining time, Wide Mode settings and current time. The on screen display (OSD) will turn off after a few seconds. GUIDE

Press to display the Guide when you are watching digital channels (if it is available from the station).

Adjust Screen Shape and Aspect Ratio

Cancel

Cancel

Start auto program now?

Audio L/R

(Use this connector in place of composite video connector)

Printed in U.S.A.

3 Running Initial Setup

Analog Channels Found:
Digital Channels Found:
Searching….

Audio L/R

(Shown with video and audio connectors)

High Definition
Content

Please contact Sony directly if you have questions on the use of your television after reading your Quick Setup Guide and Operating Instruction Manual.

Start auto program now?

1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i
(Compatible with HD or SD content)

Video 1
Video 2
Video 3

For Your Convenience

Press

1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i, PC
(Compatible with HD or SD content)

Video 1

Best Signal
Performance

©2007 Sony Corporation

High or Standard Definition Quality

HDMI cable carries both video and audio signals.
Separate audio cable is not needed.
(*When HDMI is connected to DVI with an adapter, a separate audio L/R is necessary.)

Component connection

The quality of the image you see on your BRAVIA™ can only be as high as the quality of the signal it is displaying. This chart shows the different signal types and how to access them.

Please Do Not Return the Product to the Store

Audio Connection

Component 1
Component 2

Along with your BRAVIA™ TV set, a complete HD system requires an HD sound system, a source of HD content, and proper setup connection with components such as your HD cable or satellite box.
You must get HD programming to experience the stunning detail of HDTV.

Or to speak with a support representative:
United States
Canada
1-800-222-SONY (7669) 1-877-899-SONY (7669)

Video Connection

(For all channels including Digital/Analog channels) Using the Guide
The Guide allows you to select the channels from a channel list; also provides information about the current program being shown on each channel. • Program information in the guide is provided by the broadcasters. As a result, it may sometimes include only the channel number, without a program title or description.

RETURN

Press to go back to the previous screen when displaying MENU items and settings. TOOLS

This function is only available when
PC input is active. Press to view a channel at the same time as a Picture in Picture (PIP) screen.

MENU

Press to display the MENU with TV functions and settings.

JUMP

Press to alternate between two channels. The TV will alternate between the current channel and the last channel tuned to with the buttons and on the remote control.

For more details regarding to remote control functions, please refer to the Operating Instructions manual.

HD Basic Connection

HD Basic Connection with A/V Receiver

Cable/Antenna

HD Basic Connection with Home Theater System

Cable/Antenna

Rear of TV
IN

Splitter

Splitter

PC IN
1
RGB

Rear of TV
IN

SERVICE
ONLY

2

PC IN
1

Rear of TV

RGB

R-AUDIO-L

SERVICE
ONLY

AUDIO

2

IN

PC IN
R-AUDIO-L

RGB

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

3

2

1
Y

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

PB

AUDIO

Blu-ray Disc™/DVD

Blu-ray Disc™/DVD

L
(MONO)

COMPONENT IN

VIDEO
L
(MONO)

HD Cable Box or HD Satellite
Receiver

Y

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

(FIX)

HD Antenna or
SD Cable Box/
SD Satellite
Receiver

R

L

Audio-L (white)
Audio-R (red)

R

(FIX)

Cable/SAT

HD Cable Box or HD Satellite
Receiver

SAT
(dish)

AUDIO OUT

AUDIO

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

R

orange

L

(FIX)

AUDIO OUT

AUDIO

PR

AUDIO OUT

L

R

Blu-ray Disc™/DVD

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

PR

AUDIO

orange

2
Y

2

1

AUDIO

R

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

1

3

PB

SAT
(dish)

PR

VIDEO

AUDIO

VIDEO IN

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

3

PB
COMPONENT IN

VIDEO IN
1 S VIDEO

1 S VIDEO

1 S VIDEO

AUDIO

SERVICE
ONLY

2

R-AUDIO-L

COMPONENT IN

VIDEO IN

1

VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-L (Mono)(white)
AUDIO-R (red)
Y (green)
(dish)
Pb (blue)
Pr (red)

DIGITAL
AUDIO INPUT

green blue red red white orange Or

SD Cable Box or
SD Satellite Receiver

orange
OPTICAL

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

VIDEO

COAXIAL

L (MONO)
AUDIO
R

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

A/V Receiver

red white yellow

Home Theater System

VHF/UHF/CABLE

Required Cable Types for Connection
Coaxial

red white yellow

DVI-to-HDMI

HDMI

green blue red

HD15

orange

Digital Audio (Coaxial)
Mini-Pin Audio

red

Composite red ■

white

Audio (L/R) with Mini-Pin

white

Audio (L/R)

Component



Digital Optical Audio





Notes on Connection:
Your TV is equipped with two HDMI inputs, connect your incoming signal source (HD Cable Box, HD Satellite Receiver, or DVD) with an HDMI or component video for the best possible picture quality.
If the equipment has a DVI and not a HDMI connector, use a HDMI to DVI cable or adapter to connect the DVI output to either HDMI IN 1 or
HDMI IN 2 input, and connect the audio jacks to the AUDIO (L/R) jacks below the HDMI IN 2. (DVI connector is for video signals only. The Audio jacks provide support for the audio.)
PIP function requires VHF/UHF/CABLE connection.
When receiving High-Definition content signal by over-the-air antenna, it is best to use the HD antenna.
When using a DVI-to-HDMI cable, make sure to connect the DVI side first.

Notebook PC Connection

Basic Connection with SD VCR/DVD
Cable/Antenna

Desktop PC Connection
Cable/Antenna

Cable/Antenna
IN

IN

PC IN

Splitter

RGB

RGB

Splitter

SERVICE
ONLY

Rear of TV

Splitter

PC IN
1

1

SERVICE
ONLY

IN

PC IN
1

2

RGB

SERVICE
ONLY

2
2

R-AUDIO-L

Rear of TV

1 S VIDEO

3

Y
PB

L
(MONO)
AUDIO
R

VIDEO (yellow)
AUDIO-L (Mono)(white)
AUDIO-R (red)
Y (green)
PB (blue)
PR (red)

yellow white red

green blue red

DVD
VCR
VCR/DVD Combo

white red 2

1
Y

PR

Audio-R (red)
Audio-L (white)

R-AUDIO-L

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

VIDEO
L
(MONO)

R

AUDIO OUT

PR
L

VIDEO

PR

L
(MONO)

R

L

HD Cable Box or
HD Satellite Receiver

R

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

R

AUDIO OUT
(FIX)

AUDIO
R

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

Notebook PC
PC

HD Cable Box or
HD Satellite Receiver

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

L

AUDIO

Audio-L (white)
Audio-R (red)

Y
PB

AUDIO

VHF/UHF/
CABLE

2

1

(FIX)

(FIX)

SAT
(dish)

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

3

AUDIO OUT

AUDIO

AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

VIDEO IN
1 S VIDEO

DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL)

AUDIO

VIDEO

3

PB

2

1

SAT
(dish)

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

COMPONENT IN

(1080i/720p/480p/480i)

AUDIO

COMPONENT IN

VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN
1 S VIDEO

R-AUDIO-L

Rear of TV

AUDIO…...

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