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N T S C / PA L

3CCD Color Video Camera

BRC-300 BRC-300P

MAIN FEATURES

Superb Picture Quality with a Mega Pixels 3-CCD
The BRC-300 incorporates three 1/4.7-type Advanced HAD CCD sensors with a total of 1,070,000 pixels. This camera delivers outstanding picture quality with high resolution and accurate color reproduction. Featuring Sonys Advanced HAD technology that produces image with low noise, the BRC-300 is ideal in low illuminated shooting environments or when shooting dark subjects.
Sonys new BRC-300 is a revolutionary all-in-one compact robotic color video camera system, specially designed for remote video shooting applications. The BRC-300 incorporates three 1/4.7-type Advanced HAD CCDs, that provide high-quality and high-resolution images in both 4:3 and 16:9 modes. With its high-accuracy and wide-range Pan/Tilt/Zoom capability, the BRC-300 precisely captures the right points of the viewable area surrounding the camera to meet your needs. You can also easily operate the camera with Sonys optional RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit, which is equipped with an ergonomic joystick, and feature-rich control panel. And when used with optional BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex Card and BRU-300 Optical Multiplex Unit, the BRC-300 is capable of being controlled from a long distance with a single fiber optic cable connection. The BRC-300 also comes equipped with a card slot that accepts optional interface cards, enabling the camera to be integrated into every kind of system from S-Video to RGB, SDI, DV, or even fiber. In addition, two remote control interfaces (VISCA protocol) are available to provide additional expandability and flexibility for your remote shooting applications. With a number of convenient features such as its Image Flip function for desktop or ceiling mount flexibility, and its compact body, the BRC-300 is ideal for use in a wide range of remote shooting applications such as houses of worship, distance learning, corporate training, high-end videoconference, event shooting, and cable TV broadcasting.
High-performance Sony Pan/Tilt/Zoom Mechanism
The BRC-300 covers a wide shooting range with its highly accurate Pan/Tilt mechanism. It has one of the widest ranges in its class: a pan range of 340 degrees, and a tilt range of 120 degrees. The 340-degree pan range can be covered in 8 seconds, while the 120- degree tilt range can be covered in 4.5 seconds. With its newly developed Pan/Tilt mechanism, the BRC-300 can capture not only fast moving objects, but also slow moving objects without rocking vibration. Whats more, the BRC-300 incorporates a 12x optical auto-focus zoom lens, allowing for a zoom capability of up to 48x when used in combination with its 4x digital zoom.
* In the following text, BRC-300 refers to both the BRC-300 (NTSC model) and the BRC-300P (PAL model), and BRU-300 refers to both the BRU-300 (NTSC model) and the BRU-300P (PAL model).
Precision 16:9 technology
The BRC-300 captures images in both 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios, and with its 3CCD technology, is able to achieve a wide angle of view in the 16:9 mode. Due to the greater number of pixels used in the 16:9 aspect ratio, the BRC-300 generates extremely high-resolution images as compared to conventional cameras.
RS-232C/RS-422 Remote control (VISCA protocol)
The BRC-300 can be controlled by external devices such as the optional RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit thanks to Sonys well-known VISCA protocol. All local controls such as Pan/Tilt/Zoom, camera settings, and six presets can be easily accessed, and up to seven cameras can be daisy-chained and controlled by the RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit.

Conventional Camera

Total effective pixels on CCD

BRC-300

1152 pixels

Versatile Video Outputs

The BRC-300 can be used with a range of versatile optional interface cards allowing for flexible analog and digital system configurations. Choose from the following interface cards to configure your individual requirements: Analog RGB/Component: BRBK-301*1 SDI: BRBK-302*1 DV: BRBK-304*1 Thanks to these convenient options, the BRC-300 truly functions as an all-in-one, compact robotic camera.

*1: Can be installed into the both BRC-300 and BRU-300.

648 pixels

16:9 picture image area Less pixels are used to reproduce the 16:9 area

4:3 picture image area

16:9 picture image area The higher "Mega Pixel" count allows a sufficient amount of pixels to be used in 16:9 mode
Angle of view in 16:9 mode (Conventional Camera)
Angle of view in 4:3 mode
Wider angle of view in 16:9 mode (BRC-300)

Fig. 1 16:9 aspect ratio

OTHERS CONVENIENT FEATURES
Ceiling or Desktop Mount Installation
Thanks to Sonys Image Flip functions, the BRC-300 can be ceiling mounted using the supplied ceiling mount kit or can also be used on the desktop.
Easy-to-use and Ergonomic designed Remote Control Unit (RM-BR300)
All camera settings including the Pan/Tilt/Zoom function and six preset patterns can be controlled from the optional RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit. The ergonomic joystick design and feature-rich control panel provide superb operability in various remote-shooting applications.

Six Presets

Various camera settings such as Pan/Tilt/Zoom and focus can be preset in up to six presets per camera.
Optical Multiplex Unit (BRU-300)
With the optional BRBK-303 Optical Multiplex Card and the optional BRU-300 Optical Multiplex Unit, uncompressed digital data including external sync and camera control can be transmitted via the BRU-300 Optical Multiplex Unit. With only a single cable connection required between the camera and the optical multiplex unit, the system is extremely easy to install. The maximum cable length between these units is 500 meters allowing multiple cameras to be located virtually anywhere you want. Whats more, the BRU-300 Optical Multiplex Unit is equipped with two built-in card slots identical to the ones found in the BRC-300 camera allowing for flexible analog and digital system configurations.
Multi-Function IR Remote Commander Unit
Basic camera settings such as Pan/Tilt/Zoom functions and six-preset patterns can be controlled from an supplied IR Remote commander.
BRC-300 and supplied IR Remote commander

RM-BR300 control panel

SYSTEM CONFIGURATION

Short-distance operation

Composite Video S-Video BRBK-301 Component/RGB BRBK-302 SDI BRBK-304 DV Video Cassette Recorder BRC-300 RS-232C / RS-422 Monitor

RM-BR300

Long-distance operation
Composite Video S-Video BRBK-301 Component/RGB BRBK-302 SDI BRBK-304 DV

BRBK-303

BRU-300
CCFC-M100 BRC-300 RS-232C / RS-422 Video Cassette Recorder Monitor
Multiple camera operation from a remote location
BRC-300 BRU-300 Video signal Switcher Projector

CCFC-M100

Monitor

Video Cassette Recorder

RS-232C / RS-422 Tally signal (Contact closure)

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

BRBK-301
Analog/RGB Component Card

BRBK-302

SDI Card

Optical Multiplex Card

BRBK-304

DV Card

Remote Control Unit

Optical Multiplex Unit

Optical Fiber Cable

CCMC-9DS

RGB/Component, Y/C Cable (9-pin D-sub)

CCXC-9DBS

RGB/Component, VBS Cable (9-pin D-sub)

VCL-HG0737X

Wide Conversion Lens

REAR PANEL LAYOUT

BRC-300 rear panel with the optional BRBK-302

RM-BR300 rear panel

BRU-300 rear panel with the optional BRBK-301/BRBK-302

SPECIFICATIONS

BRC-300 3CCD Color Video Camera Image device Three 1/4.7 type IT Advanced HAD CCD (x3), 1070000 pixels (gross) CCD effective pixels 4:3 mode 960 (H) x 720 (V) 16:9 mode 1,152 (H) x 648 (V) Effective pixels NTSC 768 (H) x 494 (V) PAL 752 (H) x 582 (V) Signal systems NTSC / PAL Horizontal resolution 4:3 mode 600 TV lines Sync systems Internal/External Lens 12x optical zoom, 48x with digital zoom Focal length f = 3.6 to 43.2 mm (F1.6 to F2.8) Horizontal viewing angle 4:3 mode 3.3 (Tele end) to 37.8 degrees (Wide end) 16:9 mode 4.0 (Tele end) to 45.4 degrees (Wide end) Minimum object distance 300 mm (Wide end), 800 mm (Tele end) Pan/Tilt angle -170 to +170 degrees (Pan), -30 to +90 degrees (Tilt) Pan/Tilt speed 0.25 to 60 degrees/s (Pan/Tilt) Minimum illumination 7 lx at F1.6 S/N ratio 50 dB Shutter speed NTSC 1/10000 to 1/4 s PAL 1/10000 to 1/3 s Gain Auto/Manual (-3 to 18 dB, 3 dB steps) switchable White balance Auto, Indoor, Outdoor, One-push WB, Manual Preset positioning 6 positions Analog output VBS (BNC), Y/C (4pin Mini DIN) Camera control interface RS-232C (VISCA protocol) / RS-422 (VISCA protocol) Back-light compensation On / Off Operating temperature 0 to 40 degrees (32 to 104 F) Storage temperature -20 to 60 degrees (-4 to 140 F) Power requirement DC 12 V Power consumption 21.6 W (without optional card) Dimensions (W x D x H) 180 x 205 x 211 mm (7 1/8 x 8 1/8 x 8 3/8 inches) Mass 2.7 kg (5 lb 15 oz) Supplied accessories AC adaptor(1), IR remote commander(1), Terminal connector(1), AC adaptor cable(1), Ceiling bracket(2), Operating instructions(1)

BRU-300 Optical Multiplex Unit Optical fiber Multi mode, LC-type connector Video output VBS (BNC), Y/C (4-pin Mini DIN) Camera control interface RS-232C (VISCA protocol) / RS-422 (VISCA protoclol) Sync systems Internal/External Card slots 2 slots: Analog RGB-Component card / SDI card / DV card Operating temperature 0 to 40 degrees (32 to 104 F) Storage temperature -20 to 60 degrees (-4 to 140 F) Power requirements NTSC AC100 to 120 V, 50/60 Hz PAL AC220 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz Power consumption 9 W (without optional cards) Dimensions(WxHxD) 212 x 88 x 233 mm (8 3/8 x 3 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches) Mass 2.7 kg (5 lb 15 oz) Supplied accessories AC power cable (1), Terminal connector (1), RS-232C cable (3 m, 8-pin Mini DIN) (1), Operating instructions (1) RM-BR300 Remote Control Unit Camera control interface RS-232C (VISCA protocol) / RS-422 (VISCA protocol) External control Contact closure Power requirement DC 10.8 to 13.2 V Power consumption 2.4 W Dimensions (WxHxD) 391.3 x 185 x 145.9 mm (15 1/2 x 7 3/8 x 5 3/4 inches) Mass 950 g (2 lb 1 oz) Supplied accessories AC adaptor (1), AC power cable (1), RS-232C cable (3 m, 8-pin Mini Din) (1), Terminal connector(2), Operating instructions (1)

BRC-300 Pan/Tilt Range

PAN RANGE

BRC-300 Dimensions

FRONT SIDE

170 170

152.5 215.6

TILT RANGE

205 9.6

BOTTOM

(Unit: mm)

Distributed by

2004 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Design, features, and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Some images in this catalog are simulated. Sony, Advanced HAD, VISCA, and Remote Commander are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

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12)Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

CAUTION

You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.
13)Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14)Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
The following FCC statement applies only to the version of this model manufactured for sale in the U.S.A. Other versions may not comply with FCC technical regulations. NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

About This Manual

The instructions in this manual are for model HT-SF370 and HT-SS370. In this manual, models of area code CA2 is used for illustration purposes unless stated otherwise. Any difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example, Models of area code U2 only. The instructions in this manual describe the controls on the supplied remote. You can also use the controls on the receiver if they have the same or similar names as those on the remote.

On Copyrights

This receiver incorporates Dolby* Digital and Pro Logic Surround and the DTS** Digital Surround System. * Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the doubleD symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. ** Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This receiver incorporates High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMITM) technology. HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC. x.v.Color and x.v.Color logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. BRAVIA is a trademark of Sony Corporation. PLAYSTATION is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. S-AIR and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.

N MENU/HOME V GUIDE

* These buttons (VIDEO/5, AUDIO, N, SOUND FIELD +/TV CH +) have tactile dots. Use the tactile dots as references when operating the receiver.
Some functions explained in this section may not work depending on the model. The above explanation is intended to serve as an example only. Therefore, depending on the component, the above operation may not be possible or may operate differently than described. In that case, use the remote commander supplied with the component.

X SUBTITLE

Y TOP MENU POP UP/MENU Z CLEAR
1: Installing the speakers
This receiver allows you to use a 5.1 channel speaker system. To fully enjoy theater-like multi channel surround sound, be sure to connect all the speakers (two front speakers, a center speaker, and two surround speakers) and a subwoofer (5.1 channel). You can place your speakers as shown below. AFront speaker (left) BFront speaker (right) CCenter speaker DSurround speaker (left) ESurround speaker (right) FSubwoofer
Be sure to use the supplied speakers. For HT-SF370, do not lean on the speaker as it may fall down.
The angle A should be the same.

100-120

Since the subwoofer does not emit highly directional signals, you can place it wherever you want.
Installing the speakers on a flat surface
Before you install the center speaker and the subwoofer, be sure to attach the supplied foot pads to prevent vibration or movement as shown in the illustration below.
Installing the speakers on the wall
You can install your speakers on the wall.
Prepare screws (not supplied) that are suitable for the hook on the back of each speaker. See the illustrations below.
3/16 in (4 mm) more than 1 in (25 mm)

7/32 in (5 mm)

Attach the small foot pads to the center speaker and big foot pads to the subwoofer.
13/32 in (10 mm) Hook on the back of the speaker
Installing the speakers on the speaker stand
For greater flexibility in positioning the speakers, you are recommended to use the speaker stand as below.
Model HT-SF370 Speaker stand Supplied. For details, refer to the supplied Quick Setup Guide. Optional WS-FV11 or WS-FV10D speaker stand (available only in certain countries). For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the speaker stand.
Fasten the screws to the wall. The screws should protrude 7/32 in to 9/32 in (5 mm to 7 mm).

EZW-T100 DIGITAL ANTENNA

A Coaxial digital cord (not supplied) B Optical digital cord (not supplied)
5: Connecting the antennas
Connect the supplied AM loop antenna and FM wire antenna. Before connecting the antennas, be sure to disconnect the AC power cord.
FM wire antenna (supplied) AM loop antenna (supplied)
6: Preparing the receiver
Connecting the AC power cord
Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet.

AC power cord

To the wall outlet
Performing initial setup operations
Before using the receiver for the first time, initialize the receiver by performing the following procedure. This procedure can also be used to return settings you have made to their initial settings. Be sure to use the buttons on the receiver for this operation.
To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop antenna away from the receiver and other components. Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna. After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it as horizontal as possible.
Press ?/1 to turn on the receiver. Hold down ?/1 for a few seconds until CLEARED appears.
All the settings you have changed or adjusted are reset to the initial settings.
7: Calibrating the appropriate settings automatically

(AUTO CALIBRATION)

This receiver is equipped with DCAC (Digital Cinema Auto Calibration) Technology which allows you to perform automatic calibration as follows: Check the connection between each speaker and the receiver. Adjust the speaker level. Measure the distance of each speaker from your listening position. Measure the frequency characteristics.*
* The measurement result is not utilized for signals with a sampling frequency of more than 96 kHz.
Before you perform Auto Calibration
Before you perform the Auto Calibration, set up and connect the speakers (page 15, 18). The AUTO CAL MIC jack is used for the supplied optimizer microphone only. Do not connect other microphones to this jack. Doing so may damage the receiver and the microphone. During the calibration, the sound that comes out of the speakers is very loud. The volume of the sound cannot be adjusted. Pay attention to the presence of children or to the effect on your neighborhood. Perform the Auto Calibration in a quiet environment to avoid the effect of noise and to get a more accurate measurement. If there are any obstacles in the path between the optimizer microphone and the speakers, the calibration cannot be performed correctly. Remove any obstacles from the measurement area to avoid measurement error. Notes

If the muting function has been activated before you perform Auto Calibration, the muting function will be set to off automatically. When you use the S-AIR product, disconnect the headphones.
The DCAC is designed to obtain proper sound balance in your room. However, you can adjust the speaker levels manually according to your preference. For details, see To adjust the speaker levels (page 60).

Example: HT-SS370

Performing Auto Calibration

Optimizer microphone ?/1

Input buttons

AMP MENU , V/v/B/b

Connect the supplied optimizer microphone to the AUTO CAL MIC jack. Set up the optimizer microphone.
Place the optimizer microphone at your listening position.You can also use a stool or tripod so that the optimizer microphone remains at the same height as your ears.

MUTING

MASTER VOL +/

Press AMP MENU.

LEVEL appears on the display.
Press V/v repeatedly until A.CAL MENU appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until A.CAL START appears, then press.
Measurement starts in a few seconds. While the time is counting down, stand away from the measurement area to avoid measurement error. The measurement process will take approximately 30 seconds to complete.
When you face the speaker towards the optimizer microphone, you will get a more accurate measurement.
The table below shows the display when measurement starts.
Measurement for Speaker existance Speaker gain, distance, frequency response Subwoofer gain and distance Display TONE T. S. P. SUBWOOFER
Confirming/saving the measurement results
Confirm the measurement result.
When the measurement ends, a beep sounds and the measurement result appears on the display.
Measurement Display result When the measurement process completes properly When the measurement process fails SAVE EXIT Explanation Proceed to step 2.
If CHECK MIC appears, you cannot perform the Auto Calibration. Connect the optimizer microphone, then perform the Auto Calibration again. If PHONES appears, you cannot perform the Auto Calibration. Disconnect the headphones from the S-AIR product you are using, then perform the Auto Calibration again.

ERROR XXXX

When Auto Calibration starts: Stand some distance from the speakers and the listening position to avoid measurement failure. This is because test signals are output from the speakers during measurement. Avoid making noise to get a more accurate measurement. The Auto Calibration function will be canceled when you do the following during the measurement process: Press ?/1 or MUTING. Press input buttons on the remote or INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver. Change the volume level.

See When error codes appear (page 28).
Press V/v repeatedly to select the item, then press.
Item SAVE EXIT Explanation Saves the measurement results and exits the setting process. Displays warning concerning the measurement results. See When you select WRN CHECK (page 28). Displays the measurement result for speaker distance. Displays the measurement result for speaker level. Exits the setting process without saving the measurement results.

WRN CHECK

DIST INFO LEVEL INFO EXIT
After SAVE EXIT is displayed for 50 seconds, the measurement result is saved automatically, without the need to save the procedure.
Save the measurement result.
Select SAVE EXIT in step 2. The measurement results are saved.

When error codes appear

Try the remedies and perform the Auto Calibration again.
Error code ERROR 32 Cause and remedies The sound received by the optimizer microphone is out of the acceptable range. The optimizer microphone or subwoofer may be damaged. Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. The front speakers are not connected or either the front left or front right speaker is not connected. Check that the front speakers are connected properly.
Warning code Explanation WARNING 41 WARNING 42 The sound received by the optimizer microphone is out of the acceptable range. The distance between the optimizer microphone and the speakers is too close. Set them away, and then try to perform the Auto Calibration again. The distance and position of the subwoofer cannot be detected. This may be caused by noise. Try to perform the Auto Calibration in a quiet environment.

WARNING 43

ERROR F 33
NO WARNING There is no warning information.
ERROR SR33 Either the surround left or surround right speaker is not connected. Check that the surround speakers are connected properly. ERROR SW33 The subwoofer is not connected or it may be damaged. Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
When you select DIST INFO or LEVEL INFO
You can check the speaker distance or speaker level. Note
The measurement result of a speaker will not appear if the receiver does not recognize that the speaker is connected.
When you select WRN CHECK
If a warning on the measurement result is present, detailed information is displayed.

When you have finished

Disconnect the optimizer microphone from the receiver. Note
If you have changed the position of the speakers, it is recommended that you perform Auto Calibration again in order to enjoy the surround sound.

Turn on the receiver. Press TV.
You can also press INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver to select TV.
Adjust the volume of the receiver.

Change the TV input.

When you connect a Sony TV, the audio input of the TV is switched and the image from the TV tuner is displayed on the TV screen automatically by pressing the TV button. The sound may be output from the TVs speaker. In this case, turn the volume of the TVs speaker down to the minimum.
The sound may be output from the TVs speaker. In this case, turn the volume of the TVs speaker down to the minimum.
Enjoying Blu-ray Disc/DVD
Enjoying a Super Audio CD/CD
Turn on the TV. Turn on the Blu-ray Disc player or DVD player, then place the disc on the tray. Turn on the receiver. Press DVD or BD.
You can also press INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver to select DVD or BD.
Turn on the Super Audio CD player or CD player, then place the disc on the tray. Turn on the receiver. Press SA-CD/CD.
You can also press INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver to select SA-CD/ CD.
Play back the disc. Adjust the volume of the receiver.
Enjoying a connected component through DMPORT connection
Turn on the receiver. Press DMPORT.
You can also press INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver to select DMPORT.
Even if you playback Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus or DTS-HD with a connected component compatible with these sound formats, the receiver accepts as Dolby Digital or DTS. When you connect the component to the receiver using an HDMI cable to playback these high-quality sound formats, set the connected component to output the sound in multi channel PCM, if possible.
Start playback of the connected component.
When listening to MP3 or other compressed music files using a portable audio source, you can enhance the sound. Press SOUND FIELD +/ repeatedly until P. AUDIO appears on the display.
Selecting the sound field
This receiver can create multi channel surround sound. You can select one of the optimized sound fields from the systems preprogrammed sound fields.
Press SOUND FIELD +/ repeatedly to select the sound field you want.
You can also press SOUND FIELD on the receiver. Enjoying Surround Sound
Types of sound field available
Sound field for A.F.D. Sound field [Display] 2CH STEREO [2CH STEREO] A.F.D. STANDARD [A.F.D. STD] Effect When multi channel surround formats are input, the signals are downmixed to 2 channel. Presents the sound as it was recorded/encoded without adding any surround effects. However, this receiver will generate a low frequency signal for output to the subwoofer when there is no LFE signals. Reproduces sound from any of the format to 2 or more speakers. Performs Dolby Pro Logic decoding. The source recorded in 2 channel format is decoded into 4.1 channels. Performs Dolby Pro Logic II Movie mode decoding. This setting is ideal for movies encoded in Dolby Surround. In addition, this mode can reproduce sound in 5.1 channel for watching videos of overdubbed or old movies. Performs Dolby Pro Logic II Music mode decoding. This setting is ideal for normal stereo sources such as CDs. Reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Cary Grant Theater cinema production studio. This is a standard mode, great for watching almost any type of movie. Reproduces the feeling of sports broadcasting. Reproduces powerful and realistic sound, suited for playing video games. Reproduces a clearer announcers voice. Reproduces a clear enhanced sound image from your portable audio device. This mode is ideal for MP3 and other compressed music. Outputs the sound from headphone left and right. Multi channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channels. Outputs the sound as surround from headphone left and right.

Press V/v repeatedly until AUDIO appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until NIGHT MODE appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until NIGHT ON appears, then press.
NIGHT lights up on the display. NIGHT ON: Turn on the NIGHT MODE. NIGHT OFF: Turn off the NIGHT MODE. The initial setting is NIGHT OFF.
You can identify the encoding format of DVD software, etc., by looking at the logo on the package.

The AMP menu turns off.

Tuning into a station automatically (Auto Tuning)

Listening to FM/AM radio

You can listen to FM and AM broadcasts through the built-in tuner. Before operation, be sure you have connected the FM and AM antennas to the receiver (page 24).
Press TUNER repeatedly to select the FM or AM band.
You can also press INPUT SELECTOR +/ on the receiver.
Press and hold TUNING +/ until the auto scanning starts.
Press TUNING + to scan from low to high frequency; press TUNING to scan from high to low frequency. The receiver stops scanning whenever a station is received. To stop the Auto Tuning manually, press TUNING +/.

Numeric buttons

ENTER D. TUNING
If an FM program is noisy
If an FM program is noisy, you can select monaural reception. There will be no stereo effect, but reception will improve.

TUNING +/

MENU/ HOME
Press MENU/HOME. Press V/v repeatedly until FM MODE appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until MONO appears, then press.
STEREO: Stereo reception. MONO: Monaural reception. The initial setting is STEREO.

Press MENU/HOME.

To improve reception, reorient the supplied antennas.
Tuning into a station directly (Direct Tuning)
Enter the frequency of a station directly by using the numeric buttons.
Changing the AM tuning interval
The AM tuning interval can be set to either 10 kHz or 9 kHz.
Press TUNER repeatedly until AM appears on the display. Press MENU/HOME. Press V/v repeatedly until AM STEP appears on the display, then press or b.
10K t 9K or 9K t 10K appears on the display.
Press D.TUNING. Press and hold SHIFT, then press the numeric buttons to enter the frequency.
Example 1: FM 102.50 MHz Select 1 b 0 b 2 b 5 Example 2: AM 1,350 kHz Select 1 b 3 b 5 b 0 If you have tuned in an AM station, adjust the direction of the AM loop antenna for optimum reception.
COMPLETE appears on the display. The AM tuning interval is changed.

If you change the interval, AM preset stations will be erased.
Press and hold SHIFT, then press ENTER.
If a wrong frequency is entered
FM ---.-- or AM ---- appears and then the display returns to the current frequency.
If you cannot tune in a station
Make sure you have entered the right frequency. If not, repeat steps 2 to 4. If you still cannot tune in a station, the frequency is not used in your area.
5 Presetting radio stations
You can preset up to 20 FM stations and 10 AM stations. Then you can easily tune in the stations you often listen to.
COMPLETE appears on the display and the station is stored.
Repeat steps 2 to 5 to store other stations.
To change the preset number

Restart from step 3.

Tuning to preset stations

MEMORY DISPLAY

MENU/ HOME TUNING +/
Press PRESET +/ repeatedly to select the preset station you want.
Each time you press the button, the receiver tunes in one preset station. You can also press and hold SHIFT, then press the numeric buttons to select the preset station you want. Then, press to enter the selection.

PRESET +/

Scanning stops when the receiver tunes in a station. ST (for stereo program) lights up on the display.

Press MEMORY.

A preset number appears on the display.
Press V/v repeatedly to select the preset number you want.
You can also select the preset number directly by holding SHIFT and then press the numeric buttons.

Naming preset station

You can enter a name for preset stations. These names (for example, XYZ) appear on the display when a station is selected. Note that no more than one name can be entered for each preset station.
Viewing the station name or frequency on the display
When the receiver is set to FM or AM, you can check the frequency using the display.

Press DISPLAY.

Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes as shown. Station namea) t Frequencyb) t FM Modeb)
Press PRESET +/ repeatedly to select the preset station you want to create an index name for. Press MENU/HOME. Press V/v repeatedly until NAME IN appears, then press. Create a name by using V/v/B/b.

Changing the input button assignments
You can change the initial settings of the input buttons (BD, DVD, SAT/CATV, VIDEO and SA-CD/CD) to suit the components in your system. For example, if you connect a Blu-ray Disc player to the DVD jack on the receiver, you can set the DVD button on this remote to control the Blu-ray Disc player. Note
You cannot change the remote assignments for TV, DMPORT and TUNER.
INPUT AV ?/1 ?/1 Numeric buttons
While holding down the input button of which you want to change the assignment, hold down AV ?/1.
Example: While holding down DVD, hold down AV ?/1.
With the AV ?/1 button held, release the input button you selected in step 1.
Example: With the AV ?/1 button held, release DVD.
Referring to the following table, press the corresponding button for the category you want, then release AV ?/1.
Example: Press 1, then release AV ?/1. Now you can use the DVD button to control the Blu-ray Disc player.
Categories and the corresponding buttons for BD, DVD, SAT/CATV, VIDEO and SA-CD/CD
Categories Blu-ray Disc player (command mode BD1)a) Blu-ray Disc recorder (command mode BD3) Press 7
DVD player (command mode DVD1)b)
DVD recorder (command mode DVD3) VCR (command mode VTR3) CD player DSSc)

MASTER VOL

The initial setting of the BD button. For details on the BD1 or BD3 setting, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the Blu-ray Disc player or Blu-ray Disc recorder. b) The initial setting of the DVD button. Sony DVD recorders are operated with a DVD1 or DVD3 setting. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the DVD recorders. c) The initial setting of the SAT/CATV button.
Settings and adjustments using the amplifier menu
By using the amplifier menus, you can make various adjustments to customize the receiver.

Navigating through menus

To clear all remote button assignments
While holding down MASTER VOL , press ?/1 and INPUT. The remote is reset to its initial settings.
Press V/v repeatedly until the menu you want appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until the parameter you want to adjust appears, then press or b. Press V/v repeatedly until the setting you want appears, then press.
To return to the previous display

Press B.

To exit the menu

Overview of the menus

You can set the following items using the AMP MENU. For details of each menu, see the following pages. The default settings are underlined.

On S-AIR function

As the S-AIR product(s) transmits sound by radio waves, sound may skip when radio waves are obstructed. This is a characteristic of radio waves and is not malfunction. As the S-AIR product(s) transmits sound by radio waves, equipment that generates electromagnetic energy, such as a microwave oven, may interfere with sound transmission. As the S-AIR product(s) uses the radio waves that share the same frequency as other wireless systems, such as wireless LAN or Bluetooth devices, interference or poor transmission may result. In this case, take the following steps: Avoid placing the S-AIR product(s) near other wireless systems. Avoid using the S-AIR product(s) and the other wireless systems at the same time. The transmission may be improved by changing the transmission channel (frequency) of the other wireless system(s). For details, refer to the operating instructions of the other wireless system(s).

On operation

Before connecting other components, be sure to turn off and unplug the receiver.
If you encounter color irregularity on a nearby TV screen
The center speaker is magnetically shielded to allow it to be installed near a TV set. However, color irregularities may still be observed on certain types of TV sets. As the front speakers, surround speakers and subwoofer are not magnetically shielded, we recommend that you place them slightly further away from TV set (page 15).
If color irregularity is observed.
Turn off the TV set, then turn it on again after 15 to 30 minutes.
The transmission distance differs depending on the usage environment. Find a location where transmission between the S-AIR main unit and sub unit is most effective, and install the S-AIR main unit and sub unit there. Place the S-AIR product(s) on the stable surface off the floor. Poor transmission may occur and the transmission distance may be too short if the following conditions exist: There is a wall/floor made of reinforced concrete or stone between the S-AIR product(s). There is an iron divider/door or furniture/ electric product made of fireproof glass, metal, etc., between the S-AIR product(s). If you have any questions or problems concerning your receiver, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Troubleshooting

If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the receiver, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem.
There is no sound, no matter which component is selected, or only a very low-level sound is heard. Check that the speakers and components are connected securely. Check that both the receiver and all components are turned on. Check that MASTER VOLUME is not set to VOLUME MIN. Press MUTING to cancel the muting function. Check that you have selected the correct component with the input buttons. The protective device on the receiver has been activated. Turn off the receiver, eliminate the short-circuit problem, and turn on the power again. Check that the INPUT MODE setting is correct for SAT/CATV input. Additional Information There is no sound from a specific component. Check that the component is connected correctly to the audio input jacks for that component. Check that the cord(s) used for the connection is (are) fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. There is no sound from one of the front speakers. Make sure you have connected to both the L and R jacks of an analog component, and not only to either the L or R jack. Use an audio cord (not supplied).

The FM reception is poor. Use a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) to connect the receiver to an outdoor FM antenna as shown below. If you connect the receiver to an outdoor antenna, ground it against lightning. To prevent a gas explosion, do not connect the ground wire to a gas pipe.

Outdoor FM antenna

The remote does not function. Point the remote at the remote sensor on the receiver. Remove any obstacles in the path between the remote and the receiver. Replace all the batteries in the remote with new ones, if they are weak. Make sure you select the correct input on the remote.

Others

The POWER/ACTIVE STANDBY indicator is flashing. The receiver is in protection mode. Turn off the receiver and turn it on again. The receiver is turned off automatically. The AUTO STBY function is working (page 62).
Ground wire (not supplied) To ground
Radio stations cannot be tuned in. Check that the antennas are connected securely. Adjust the antennas and connect an external antenna, if necessary. The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic tuning). Change to monaural reception (page 35). No stations have been preset or the preset stations have been cleared (when tuning by scanning preset stations). Preset the stations (page 37).

Error messages

If an error message appears while you perform Auto Calibration, see When error codes appear (page 28) to solve the problem.

Specifications

AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier section

POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION: (FTC) (Models of area code U2 only) FRONT L + FRONT R With 3 ohm loads, both channels driven, from 180 20,000 Hz; rated 84 watts per channel minimum RMS power, with no more than 1% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output. POWER OUTPUT (reference) FRONT L/FRONT R/CENTER/SUR L/SUR R 167 W (per channel at 3 ohms, 1 kHz) SUBWOOFER 165 W (at 3 ohms, 60 Hz) Inputs Analog Sensitivity: 1 V/50 kohms Digital (Coaxial) Impedance: 75 ohms
If you are unable to remedy the problem using the troubleshooting guide
Clearing the receivers memory may remedy the problem (page 24). However, note that all memorized settings will be reset to their initial settings and you will have to readjust all settings on the receiver.

Subwoofer (SS-WP37) Speaker unit 6 3/8 in (160 mm), cone type Enclosure type Bass reflex Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) (Approx.) 8 3/4 in 15 5/8 in 12 7/8 in (220 mm 395 mm 325 mm) (with foot) Mass (Approx.) 12 lb 6 oz (5.6 kg) (with foot)
Front/Surround speaker (SS-TSB101) Center speaker (SS-CTB101) Front/Surround speaker Full range Center speaker Full range, magnetically shielded Speaker unit Front/Surround speaker 2 1/4 in 3 1/4 in (55 mm 80 mm), cone type Center speaker 1 3/16 in 2 3/8 in (30 mm 60 mm), cone type Enclosure type Front/Surround speaker Bass reflex Center speaker Acoustic suspension Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimension (w/h/d) (Approx.) Front/Surround speaker 3 in 8 7/8 in 2 7/8 in (75 mm 225 mm 71 mm) (with foot) Center speaker 11 1/2 in 1 15/16 in 1 15/16 in (290 mm 49 mm 49 mm) (with foot) Mass (Approx.) Front/Surround speaker 1 lb (0.45 kg) (with foot) Center speaker 0 lb 10 oz (0.28 kg) (with foot) Subwoofer (SS-WSB101) Speaker unit 6 3/8 in (160mm), cone type Enclosure type Bass reflex Rated impedance 3 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) (Approx.) 10 1/4 in 12 5/8 in 10 1/4 in (260 mm 320 mm 260 mm) (with foot) Mass (Approx.) 11 lb 8 oz (5.2 kg) (with foot)
For details on the area code of the component you are using, see page 4. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Halogenated flame retardants are not used in the certain printed wiring boards.

Numerics

5.1 channel 15

Error messages 72

S-AIR 47 Satellite tuner, cable television tuner connecting 22 playback 31 Scene Select 46 Selecting component 29 SLEEP 62 Sound fields selecting 33 Speakers connecting 18 installing 15 Super Audio CD player connecting 20 playback 32 System Audio Control 41 System Power Off 43
AUDIO DRC 61 Audio Return Channel (ARC) 45 AUTO CALIBRATION 25 AUTO STBY 62
HDMI connecting 22 HDMI Pass Through 44
Initial setup 24 INPUT MODE 62
Blu-ray Disc player connecting 22 playback 32 BRAVIA Sync preparing 39
Menu A.CAL MENU 59 AUDIO 59 LEVEL 59 S-AIR SET 59 SET HDMI 59 SP SETUP 59 SYSTEM 59 TONE 59 Muting 30
CD player connecting 20 playback 32
Theater Mode 46 Tuner connecting 24 Tuning automatically 35 directly 36 to preset stations 37 TV connecting 19, 22 playback 31
Deep Color 63 Digital Cinema Sound (DCS) 63 DIGITAL MEDIA PORT adapter connecting 20 playback 32 DIMMER 62 DISPLAY 62 Dolby Digital 63 DTS 64 DVD player connecting 22 playback 32 DVD recorder connecting 23

Naming 38 NIGHT MODE 34

One-Touch Play 41

Pairing 51

Volume Limit 42

 

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