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Welcome to the Sony Convergineer Eco Environment Course
After completing this course you will have a stronger understanding of the efforts Sony is taking to help reduce our carbon footprint worldwide. Sony recognizes the importance of preserving the natural environment that sustains life on earth for future generations and helps humanity to attain the dream of a healthy and happy life. Sony is committed to achieving this goal by seeking to combine ongoing innovation in environmental technology with environmentally sound business practices.
Sony aims for greater eco-efficiency in its business activities through maximizing the efficiency of nonrenewable energy and resource use and providing products and services with greater added value. Efforts will focus on reducing harmful effects on the environment by ensuring compliance with all applicable environmental regulations and reducing the environmental impact of energy and resource use on a continuing basis.
Reducing energy consumption. Increasing enjoyment.
People trying to reduce CO2 emissions by conserving energy at home can take advantage of promising, energy-efficient products. When it is time to replace older products, choosing efficient models greatly reduces CO2 emissions and can save money on your energy bill. Anticipating consumer needs in times such as these, Sony pursues energy-efficient products from many angles.
Energy efficiency throughout product life cycles
Product energy requirements are not limited to the power consumed in use. Energy is required to manufacture the parts and materials, to assemble and deliver the finished product, to power the product during use and standby, and to process it when it is eventually disposed of. Investigating the environmental impact of products at all stages helps Sony reduce energy use throughout the life cycle.
Bravia LCD televisions, starring energy-efficient technology
Bravia LCD televisions introduced in spring 2008 (11 models) achieved an efficiency rating1 of up to 179%, based on legal standards in Japan. With the exception of one model, the entire line earns a five-star rating for energy efficiency. The new Bravia line reduces CO2 emissions by about 33%2 relative to firstgeneration Bravia LCD TVs released in 2005. Intelligent features for better efficiency include auto adjustment of screen brightness using a light
Bravia KDL-40F1 terrestrial/BS/110CS digital HD
sensor, auto standby if left idle, and auto adjustment of image brightness, which conserves backlight energy.
Achievement based on Japanese legal energy conservation standards for 2008 Comparing the 2005 Sony KDL-40V1000 to the new KDL-40F1 Power consumption based on average viewing hours at general household calculated by certain formula
designated in energy-saving laws.
Not just another pretty face.
The surprising environmental performance of Organic LED (OLED) televisions. OLED products work on the principle of electroluminescence, which causes luminescent organic substances to glow when electricity is applied, without a separate light source. OLED televisions incorporate a panel made with these materials. Because the panel itself is luminescent, it offers unprecedented picture quality. This innovation brings a new sense of excitement to television, thanks to incredibly beautiful picture quality from the natural, pure luminescence. OLED: Saving energy, saving resources Light-emitting OLED panels require no backlight or other light source. The layer of organic material in this "organic panel" is on the scale of a few hundred nanometres (with a million nanometres in a single millimetre), between two thin sheets of glass. This structure offers a new form factor in televisions--only 3 mm at the thinnest point and fewer resources are consumed in production. What's more, without the need for a separate light source such as a backlight, OLED panels run on lower voltage, enabling greater energy efficiency than other display devices. As a result, the unit as a whole can be designed for efficient operation at a mere 45 W. Avoiding the use of mercury, found in the backlight of regular sets, also lightens the environment impact.
Walkman MP3 Players: Small Appetite, Big Stamina
Conserving energy is the driving force behind the new Sony Walkman MP3 players. These players consume 25% less energy yet has 32 hours of continuous playback. With the help of the Virtual Mobile Engine directly embedded into a microchip, it is possible to adjust the circuitry to minimize energy consumption. This technology has afforded music-lovers the best in audio sound in an environmental conscious manner
Earbud Headphones: Less PVCs, Same Sound
Globally, there has been a push to eliminate polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from the environment. This widely used plastic is known to pose health risks to humans, animals and the environment. With this understanding, Sony is working quickly to eliminate PVC from products and packaging wherever possible. Viable alternatives have been introduced and will continue to replace PVC in Sony products in the future.
DSC-H50 Cybershot made of Recycled plastic from CD scrap
"Cyber-shot" Digital Still Camera; DSC-H50; adopts recycled plastic converted from polycarbonate CDs generated by optical Disc manufacturer Sony Music Manufacturing Inc. "Cyber-shot" Casing
Camera DSC-H50 made of recycled plastic
Recycled plastic from CD scrap
2006 saw the start of recycle CD scrap, generated by Sony Music Manufacturing during production of optical discs for music and other products. After recovery, the material is used in product components. Polycarbonate CDs disposed of are converted into recycled polycarbonate of quality equivalent to new materials, using a proprietary method developed by the Sony Group that removes the surface coating through crushing and chemical cleaning. Sony has incorporated this material in product casing as illustrated below. Sony will extend its application to many more products in the future.
Television components, back for an encore
Television design and production at Sony has been done with recycling in mind since the early 1990s. Nine of 11 models of Bravia LCD televisions introduced in spring 2008 incorporate recycled plastic from a Sony closed-loop recycling program. The first program of its kind for flame-retardant plastic materials used in televisions, it enables recovery of some plastic parts from Sony Trinitron color TVs and the treatment of polystyrene foam scrap generated during the production of Bravia LCD televisions. Under strict quality control, the program ensures high-quality closed loop resource recovery for some Bravia parts. In addition to reducing the amount of new resources used, this enables nearly 30% less CO2 emissions, compared to using new resources. With environmental issues in mind, Sony will continue to promote the use of recycled plastic to more effectively use limited resources and lighten environmental impact.
turning used power cords into metal resources.
In reducing our use of new natural resources as much as possible, Sony recycling plants now recover television power cords and other parts to produce high-quality copper foil for batteries and parts. Here, we focus on copper as one opportunity to reuse resources that are already circulating in society instead of exploiting new ones.
Bravia LCD television packaging
Bravia LCD televisions are shipped in octagonal cartons, which represent protective and more efficient packaging. This practice reduces the volume of packaging materials by approximately 25% and affords an equivalent reduction of CO2. The octagonal design won the Japan Star award in the Japan Packaging Institute's 2007 Japan Packaging Contest.
Product Packaging: Packaging that Cares
As a key design goal, Sony products are uniquely presented in packaging that protects both the product and the environment. Manufactured from recycled carton paper, vegetable based plastics and VOC-free vegetable based dyes, our packaging uses the minimum amount of material required to safely handle products. Consumers are further encouraged to recycle product packaging appropriately with the aid of recycling labels. Sony packaging is not only attractive but cares for the environment too.
Lightening environment impact, even in distribution. Reusable
international shipping containers help conserve energy and reduce packaging. Sony Supply Chain Solutions, in charge of Sony logistics around the world, works closely with our product design and production departments to improve packaging and distribution. In fiscal 2004, integrated packaging was introduced in our international distribution of televisions. Televisions are classified into three basic components: stands, displays, and accessories. Each type of component is shipped separately, in the optimal quantity. After receipt at local business sites, the components are assembled into finished products and packaged for sale. Both shipping costs and CO2 emissions from shipping have been reduced as a result. In fiscal 2005, reusable international shipping containers were adopted in integrated packaging, limiting the packaging that is discarded. This approach of employing reusable containers will be expanded to parts and other inventory in the future.
Next phase in plan started more than a decade ago.
Sonys commitment to using recycled plastic. For more than a decade, Sony has been involved in development focused on recycled plastic, as we try to reduce our use of new natural resources as much as possible. We actively promote the use of recycled plastic in products. This initiative extends to a wide range of products including televisions, recording media, audio equipment, computers, and digital camcorders. Each year, the Sony Group as a whole uses more than 10,000 tons of recycled plastic in products. We are working toward a target of 12% or more of reused/recycled materials in products (such as recycled plastic, paper, and other resources) by 2010, and a special project team aggressively encourages adoption of reused or recycled materials. Meanwhile, we have developed resource recovery technology for plastic, which has also enabled a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Environmental improvements at operation
Sony of Canada is committed to improving its environmental practices at its operations across the country. Our corporate offices are GEMS ISO 14001 certified. Sony Canadas environmental performance at operations as of Fiscal Year 2007 (Apr07 Mar08):
Reduced waste 24% since FY03 Diverted 76% of waste from landfill with goal to divert 85% Reduced energy consumption by 25% since FY99, resulting in a 22% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over the same period
During FY07, Sony recycled:
Rechargeable batteries = 794 kg (including the Sony Style stores) Alkaline batteries = 368 kg Scrap Electronics = kg
Fluorescent Light Tubes = 223 kg
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Recycling End-of-life Products
Network of non-retail collection sites Sony Canada has expanded its recycling program to include the collection of ALL Sony products, at no charge. Sony Canada, in partnership with Global Electric Electronic Processing Inc. (GEEP) has established a network of collection sites across Canada. To find a collection site nearest you, click here.
Sony Canadas goal is to divert all Sony products from landfill. To help reach that goal, Sony Canada now offers 3 ways to return old Sony products for recycling:
ALL Sony products are accepted for recycling, at no charge, at 25 non-retail collection sites across Canada. These sites accept ALL Sony products, including larger items like televisions and stereos (which cannot be collected at Sony Style retail stores), media, PlayStation, and Sony Ericsson products.
- A list of current collection sites is available at www.sony.ca/environment - We plan to increase the number of sites to 50 within the next 2 years.
Sony Style retail store recycling
All handheld Sony electronics are accepted for recycling, at no charge, at all Sony Style retail stores across Canada. End-of-life handheld electronics include camcorders, cameras, Walkman personal stereos, PDAs, and cordless phones. Cellular phones and portable rechargeable batteries can be brought to any Sony Style retail store to be recycled safely. This program supports all phones and batteries regardless of brand and is free of charge. The Call2Recycle program is a collaborative between manufactures like Sony and the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation to promote cellular phone and rechargeable battery recycling.
All Sony products can be mailed to Sonys service provider, GEEP, for recycling. Shipping costs are not covered by the program. You can mail your Sony products to:
Sony Recycling Program C/O GEEP 220 John Street Barrie, ON L4N 2L2
IMPORTANT: Please ensure you backup any software and stored data or images that you wish to retain and delete all stored data and images from products and media before you submit the item for recycling. These items will be disassembled as part of the recycling process and any remaining stored data or images may be accessed by agents of the recycler. Sony Canada cannot retrieve items that have been sent for recycling.
Contact your cable, satellite or HD service provider for information on upgrading to HD programming.
The Four Steps to a Stunning HD Experience
Set, Source, Sound, and Setup
Along with your BRAVIA TV set, a complete HD system requires a source of HD programming, an HD sound system, and a proper connection setup. Refer to the Quick Setup Guide, enclosed separately, for connecting optional equipment. You can enjoy crisp, clear images, smooth movement, and high-impact visuals from 1080 HD signals as shown here. When you compare a high-definition signal to a standard analog signal, you will notice a big difference in picture quality. If black bars appear as shown here, press WIDE on the remote control to fill the screen.
TV Feature Highlights
Your BRAVIA comes with many convenient features, such as: BRAVIA SyncTM: Allows your BRAVIA TV to communicate with other Sony equipment supporting the Control for HDMI function (page 25). Digital Media Accessibility: Use the Photo, Music, and Video icons to access photo, music, and video files from Sony USB equipment (page 29). PIP (Picture in Picture): You can work on your PC and watch your favorite TV program simultaneously (page 26). Favorites: Your favorite channels and inputs are at your finger tips for easy access (page 27). Auto Wide Mode: Set your TV to automatically adjust the screen based on the signal resolution (page 27). Input Selection: Allows you to easily switch between the connected equipment (page 28). Motionflow: Enhance the smooth picture movements to reduce the blur (page 31). (This feature is available for models: EX500 and EX501.) Scene Select: Allows you to easily adjust your TV to the most suitable picture and sound settings based on the scenes for the best quality result for the contents genre you are watching (page 21). (Continued)
Ambient Sensor: Automatically optimizes the picture settings according to the ambient light in the room. The sensor detects ambient light levels to adjust the brightness and color temperature of the picture. With this feature you can have the best picture quality under your rooms lighting conditions (page 32).
Setting Up Your TV
Some TV models are packaged with a detached Table-Top Stand so you can mount your TV to a wall right away. If you are not mounting the TV to a wall, you will need to attach the Table-Top Stand. You will need a Phillips screwdriver and the supplied screws to complete the task. Look for the attachment instructions provided with the TV. Be sure to consider the following while setting up your TV: Disconnect all cables when carrying the TV. Carry the TV with the adequate number of people; larger size TVs require two or more people. Correct hand placement while carrying the TV is very important for safety and to avoid damage. Except KDL-32FA600 model KDL-32FA600 model only
8 SPEAKERS Connects the Subwoofer and the Satellite Speakers (supplied with KDL-32FA600) SUBWOOFER to the TV. (8) SATELLITE (8)R/L (KDL-32FA600 only) 9 HDMI IN 1/2/3/4 HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) provides an uncompressed, alldigital audio/video interface between this TV and any HDMI-equipped audio/video equipment, such as a set-top box, DVD player, and A/V receiver. HDMI supports enhanced, or high-definition video, plus digital audio. Be sure to use only an HDMI cable that bears the HDMI logo. Use the HDMI IN 1 port when connecting DVI equipment. Use a DVI-to-HDMI cable or adapter (not supplied). Equipment using a DVI connection also requires an additional audio connection using an audio cable connected to AUDIO of PC IN. 0 USB qa VIDEO IN 2 VIDEO/L (MONO)AUDIO-R Connects to USB equipment to access photo, music, and video files. Connects to the composite video output jack of video equipment. If you have mono equipment, connect its audio output port to the TVs L (MONO) audio input port.
An HDMI or Component video (YPBPR) connection is required to view 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p video formats. 1080/24p is available only with HDMI connection.
Adjusting the viewing angle of the TV
For KDL-55EX500/KDL-46EX500/KDL-40EX500/KDL-32EX500/KDL-55EX501/KDL-46EX501/ KDL-40EX501
This TV can be adjusted within the angle shown below.
Adjust the angle left and right (swivel)
Connecting the TV
5.1 Surround Sound System (KDL-32FA600 only)
Refer to the supplied Quick Setup Guide for details.
Cable System or VHF/UHF Antenna System
You can enjoy high-definition and standard-definition digital programming (if available in your area) along with standard-definition analog programming. This TV is capable of receiving unscrambled digital programming for both cable (QAM and 8VSB) and external VHF/UHF antenna (ATSC).
Cable or VHF/UHF (or VHF only)
75-ohm coaxial cable Rear of TV CABLE/ANTENNA
It is strongly recommended that you connect the CABLE/ANTENNA input using a 75-ohm coaxial cable to receive optimum picture quality. A 300-ohm twin lead cable can easily be affected by radio frequency interference, resulting in signal degradation.
Cable System and VHF/UHF Antenna System
Use an optional A-B RF switch (not supplied) to switch between the cable and over-the-air antenna programming, as indicated below.
A/B RF Switch Cable Antenna
Rear of TV CABLE/ANTENNA
Be sure to set the Signal Type setting to Cable or Antenna found under the Channel settings for your input signal (see page 37).
HD Cable Box/HD Satellite Box
You can enjoy high-definition programming by subscribing to a high-definition cable service or a high-definition satellite service. For the best possible picture, make sure you connect this equipment to your TV via the HDMI or component video (with audio) input located on the back of your TV.
Inputs can be changed by pressing V/v and while the list of external inputs menu is displayed. For more information about setting up the external inputs labels and the Skip feature, see page 42. The CHANNEL + button has a tactile dot. Use it as a reference when operating the TV. Make sure that the TV is completely switched off before unplugging the power cord.
BRAVIA SyncTM with Control for HDMI
With the Control for HDMI function, BRAVIA Sync helps to communicate with BRAVIA Sync-compatible equipment using HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control). Use the following settings and tips to help unify control of your connected equipment. AV Amplifier Automatically turns the connected AV amplifier on and switches the sound output from the TV speaker to the audio system when you turn the TV on. This function is only available if you have previously used the AV amplifier to output TV sound. Automatically switches the sound output to the AV amplifier by turning the AV amplifier on when the TV is turned on. Automatically turns the connected AV amplifier off when you switch the TV to standby mode. Adjusts the volume (VOL +/-) and mutes the sound (MUTING) of the connected AV amplifier through the TVs remote control. Video Camera Automatically turns the TV on and switches the input to the connected video camera when the connected video camera is turned on. Automatically turns the connected video camera off when you switch the TV to standby mode.
1 Press MENU and select Settings, then
select the Setup settings.
2 Select the HDMI Settings, then highlight
Control for HDMI, and set to On. Controlling BRAVIA Sync-Compatible Equipment To control the equipment by using the remote control, press SYNC MENU and select the desired equipment from HDMI Device Selection.
HDMI 1 HDMI Device Selection Device Control Speakers TV Control Return to TV
BD/DVD Player Automatically turns the BRAVIA Synccompatible equipment on and switches the input to that equipment when you select it from the Sync Menu. Automatically turns the TV on and switches the input to the connected equipment when the equipment starts to play. Automatically turns the connected equipment off when you switch the TV to standby mode.
Control for HDMI (BRAVIA Sync) is only available for the connected Sony equipment that has the BRAVIA Sync or is compatible with Control for HDMI. The Control for HDMI settings must be set on both the TV and connected equipment. For settings on the connected equipment, refer to their instruction manuals. When specific Sony equipment compatible with Control for HDMI (BRAVIA Sync) is connected, BRAVIA sync is automatically activated on the equipment.
Normal is available with 480i or 480p sources only.
Wide Mode with PC
Wide Mode is also available for the PC settings. When a PC is connected to the TV and PC input is selected, you can change the PC Screen settings.
PC Settings Wide Mode Auto Adjustment Phase Pitch Horizontal Center Vertical Center Normal
Press INPUT to display the Input menu and toggle through the external inputs to select your video signal for viewing including the TV mode. The inputs list consists of TV mode and other equipment connected to the TV. You can label your external inputs to identify them easily. To Label an Input
select the Setup settings. Select the Label Video Inputs option. Press V/v to highlight the video input (HDMI 1-4, Video 1-2, Component 1-2, PC) to which you want to assign a label; press to select the input of your choice.
To change the Wide Screen Mode for PC Timing Press WIDE repeatedly to cycle through the available modes while in the PC input mode.
Incoming PC signal
2 Press V/v to highlight one of the
displayed labels that corresponds to your connected equipment, then press.
3 If you have an open input where no
equipment is connected, you can label it as Skip. When you assign Skip, your TV will skip over this input when you press the INPUT button. The Skip labeled input is grayed out in the input list.
Use the Auto Adjustment to adjust the display position and phase of the picture when the TV receives an input signal from the connected PC.
Playing back Photo/Music/Video via USB
You can enjoy photo/music/video files stored in a Sony digital still camera or camcorder through a USB cable or USB storage device on your TV.
1 Connect a supported USB device to the
2 Press MENU. 3 Press V/v to select Photo, Music, or
Video, then press. The file or folder list appears.
4 Press V/v/B/b to select a file or folder,
then press. When you select a folder, select a file, then press. Playback starts. Picture Frame: Allows you to display a photograph on the screen for a selected period of time. After that period, the TV automatically switches itself into standby mode. Playback Options: Allows you to make adjustments for photo, music and video settings. Photo Playback Auto Start The TV automatically displays the thumbnail view screen when the TV is turned on and a digital still camera or other device storing photo files is connected to the USB port then turned on (page 41). Notes when playing back files While the TV is accessing the data on the USB device, observe the following: Do not turn off the TV or connected USB device. Do not disconnect the USB cable. Do not remove the USB device. The data on the USB device may be damaged.
The Photo, Music, and Video icons organize your photo, music, and video files from Sony USB connected equipment. Be sure to select the correct icon when accessing files. Refer to the feature section for more information on these icons.
Using the Picture Settings
Picture Mode Displays the options selected in the Scene Select settings (see page 21). When Customized picture Scene Select is set to General, the options below can be selected. viewing Vivid Select for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness. Standard Select for standard picture settings. Recommended for home entertainment. Custom Select to store your preferred settings. Reset Resets the current Picture settings to their defaults, except Picture Mode and Ambient Sensor. Backlight Adjust to brighten or darken the backlight. Picture Adjust to increase or decrease picture contrast. Brightness Adjust to brighten or darken the picture. Color Adjust to increase or decrease color intensity. Hue Adjust to increase or decrease the green tones. Color Cool Select to give the white colors a bluish tint. Temperature Neutral Select to give the white colors a neutral tint. White adjustment Warm 1/Warm Select to give the white colors a reddish tint. Warm 2 gives a redder 2 tint than Warm 1. Sharpness Adjust to sharpen or soften the picture. Noise Reduction Select to reduce the picture noise level. Select from Auto, High, Medium, Low and Off. MPEG Noise Select to reduce the picture noise in MPEG-compressed videos. This is effective when Reduction viewing a DVD or digital broadcast. Select from High, Medium, Low and Off. Motionflow Provides smoother picture movement and reduces picture blur. (KDLHigh Select for smoother picture movement such as for film-based 32/40/46/55/60EX500, contents. KDL-40/46/55EX501 Standard Select for smooth picture movement. Use this setting for standard models only) use. Off Select when the High or Standard settings result in noise. CineMotion Provides improved picture movement and reduces picture blur and graininess for filmbased content. Select Auto 1 for standard use, or Auto 2 or Auto to represent original film-based content as is.
Resets the advanced settings to the default values. Automatically adjusts backlight and contrast to the most suitable settings judging from the brightness of the screen. This setting is especially effective for dark scenes, and will increase the contrast distinction of the darker picture scenes. Select from High, Medium, Low and Off. Black Enhances black areas of the picture for stronger contrast. Select from Corrector High, Medium, Low and Off. Gamma Adjusts the balance between bright and dark areas of the picture. Clear White Emphasizes white colors. Select from High, Low and Off. Live Color Makes colors more vivid. Select from High, Medium, Low and Off. White Balance Adjusts the color temperature in detail. Ambient Sensor Select On to optimize the picture by sensing the lighting environment surrounding the TV. Select Off to disable this function.
MTS Audio Stereo Enjoy stereo, bilingual and mono Auto SAP programs
Select for stereo reception when viewing a program broadcast in stereo. Select to automatically switch the TV to second audio programs when a signal is received. If no SAP signal is present, the TV remains in Stereo mode. Mono Select for mono reception. Use to reduce noise during weak stereo broadcasts. Alternate Audio Select among the available options to switch among the alternate audio streams. The Digital channels only program you are tuned to may be broadcasted in a different language in the alternate audio streams. Speakers TV Speakers Select to use the TV speakers. Audio System Select to use an external audio system for the TV sound. By selecting this option you are disabling the TV speakers.
MTS Audio is only available for analog programs. Alternate Audio is only available if the program is broadcast with alternate audio streams. You can also access Sound Mode, MTS Audio and Alternate Audio by using the TOOLS button on the remote control.
Using the Screen Settings
Wide Zoom Fills the screen with minimum distortion. Normal Select to display 4:3 picture in original size when the original source is 4:3. Full Select to enlarge the picture horizontally to fill the screen when the original source is 4:3 (Standard definition source). When the original source is 16:9 (High-definition source), select this mode to display the 16:9 picture in its original size. Zoom Select to enlarge the original picture without distorting the aspect ratio. Auto Wide On Select On to automatically change Wide Mode setting based on the content. Off If frequent screen changes are disturbing to you, select Off. Choose one of the Wide Mode options when this function is set to Off. 4:3 Default Wide Zoom Enlarges the 4:3 picture to fill the 16:9 screen, displaying as much of the original image as possible. Select the default Screen Mode to use Normal Select to display the 4:3 picture in its original size. for 4:3 sources Full Select to enlarge the 4:3 picture horizontally only, to fill the display area. Zoom Select to enlarge the picture horizontally and vertically to an equal aspect ratio that fills the wide screen. Off Select to continue using the current Wide Mode setting when the channel or input is changed. Displays pictures in their original size when parts of the picture are cut off Display Area Full Pixel (available depending on the TV model). +1 Displays pictures in their original size. Normal Displays pictures in their recommended size. -1 Enlarges the picture so that the edges are outside the visible display area. Horizontal Allows you to move the position of the picture left and right. (Available in Wide Zoom Center and Zoom.) Vertical Center Allows you to move the position of the picture up and down. (Available in Wide Zoom and Zoom.)
Allows you to show or hide channels that appear when you use the CH +/ buttons. 1 Press V/v to scroll through the channels until you find the channel you want to show or hide. Then press to select it. 2 Press V/v to determine if the channel will be shown or hidden. Then press to select it. Allows you to assign labels (such as station call letters) to channel numbers. Press V/v to scroll through the channel numbers. Then press to select the channel number that you want to assign a label. 2 Press V/v to scroll through the label characters (A-Z, 0-9, etc.). Press b to move to the next character. Repeat the previous steps to add up to seven characters to the label. When finished, press. Using the Menus
Analog Fine Tune
Allows you to fine-tune the selected analog channel manually if you feel that a slight tuning adjustment may improve picture quality. Select Auto to adjust to the most appropriate analog channel.
You should run Auto Program after changing the Signal Type setting. Running Auto Program will clear the Favorites list. Channels that you set to be hidden can be accessed by the 0-9 and buttons. You can set channels to be hidden that are automatically set in Auto Program.
Using the Parental Lock Settings
The Parental Lock settings allow you to set up the TV to block programs according to their content and rating levels. Use 0-9 on the remote control to enter a four-digit password. The first time you create a password, confirm the password by entering it again. Change Password Select to change your password. Country U.S.A. Select to use U.S.A. ratings (see page 39). Canada Select to use Canadian ratings (see page 40). Rating Off Turn Parental Lock off. No programs are blocked from viewing. Child Maximum ratings permitted are: U.S.: TV-Y, TV-G, G Canada: C, G, TV-Y Youth Maximum ratings permitted are: U.S.: TV-PG, PG Canada: C8+, PG, 8 ans+, TV-PG Young Adult Maximum ratings permitted are: U.S.: TV-14, PG-13 Canada: 14+, 13 ans+, TV-14 Custom Select to set ratings manually. U.S.: See page 39 for details. Canada: See page 40 for details. Downloadable Off Turn Downloadable U.S. Rating off. No programs that contain U.S. Rating downloadable ratings are blocked from viewing. (Available only Custom Select to block programs based on downloadable ratings. in U.S.A. Clear All Select to clear the entire downloadable rating system. where advanced ratings exist) Unrated Allows programs and movies that are broadcasted without a rating. Allow (Available only Blocks all programs and movies that are broadcasted without a rating. Block when Country is set to U.S.A.) Channel Block Allows you to block channels regardless of program ratings. To View a Blocked Channel Press ENT when tuned to the blocked channel then enter the password. External Input Allows you to block external inputs regardless of program ratings. Block To View a Blocked External Input Press ENT when tuned to the blocked input then enter the password.
You can turn on Closed Captions (CC) options (On, Off or On when Muting) by directly pressing the CC button on the remote control.
Set the time in minutes (Off, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, or 120) that you would like the TV to remain on before shutting off automatically. Language Select to display all on-screen settings in your language of choice: English, Espaol, Franais. Info Displays the information related to the input signal you are watching. Banner Select Small to display minimal channel and program title or select Large to display detailed channel and program information along with the TV icon if you are viewing the TV. This information will appear if it is available from the broadcaster. Info Banner appears on the screen each time the channel and external inputs are changed or when DISPLAY on the remote control is pressed. Label Video Allows you to identify A/V equipment you connected to the TV, such as a VCR, DVD, etc. Inputs For example, if you have a DVD player connected to the COMPONENT IN jack, you can select the label DVD for the Component input. Then when you press INPUT to change inputs, the video label you assigned to that input appears on screen. 1 Press V/v to highlight the video input (HDMI 1-4, Video 1-2, Component 1-2, PC) to which you want to assign a label. Then press to select the input. 2 Press V/v to highlight one of the displayed labels. Then press to select the label. Video/ Select Auto to have the TV detect and switch between the Video 1 or Component 1 Component 1 when Video 1 or Component 1 is connected. Selection
You can assign following labels for each input: , Cable, Receiver, Satellite, VCR, DVD/BD, DVR, Audio System, Home Theater, Game, Camcorder, Digital Camera, PC, Edit, Skip (except PC IN) , Edit, Skip (for PC IN) indicates that no labels are assigned. If you select Edit, you can edit video labels. Follow the same steps of Label Channels on page 37. If you select Skip, your TV skips this input when you press the INPUT button. The Skip label is useful for inputs to which no equipment is connected.
HDMI Settings Communicates with equipment compatible with the Control for HDMI function. Control for HDMI Links the operations of the TV and the equipment. For specific Sony equipment compatible with Control for HDMI, this setting is applied automatically to the connected equipment when set to On. Device Auto Select On to have your connected equipment with Control for HDMI Power Off function to power off automatically when the TV is turned off. Select Off to disable this function. This feature is available when Control for HDMI is On. TV Auto Power Select On to control your TVs power on from your connected On equipment with Control for HDMI function. Select Off to disable this function. This feature is available when Control for HDMI is On. Device List Displays a list of equipment with Control for HDMI function connected to the TV. Device Control Select button functions of the TV's remote control to operate the Keys connected equipment. For basic operations, such as navigation buttons (up, None down, left or right, etc). Tuning Keys For basic operations and operation of channel-related buttons, such as CH +/ or 0-9, etc. Useful when you control a tuner or set-top box, etc; via the remote control. Menu Keys For basic operations and operation of the MENU/TOOLS buttons. Useful when you select menus of a BD player, etc; via the remote control. Tuning and For basic operations and operation of channel-related Menu Keys buttons and MENU/TOOLS buttons. Press TOOLS while the equipment supporting Control for HDMI is connected to display the Device Control options. The Device Control option provides access to the Menu, Options and Content List of your connected equipment with your TV remote control. Some equipment with Control for HDMI does not support the Device Control feature. HDMI Settings must be made on the connected equipment. Select Lock so no adjustment can be made to items grayed out. Picture Adjustments Select Unlock to allow adjustment to any of the Picture settings. Lock Product Contact Sony Sony contact information is available on this screen for your Support convenience. TV specific information such as Model Name, Serial Number, Software Version and downloadable ratings (if available from the TV) are displayed here. Signal Press to display the diagnostics information for the current signal. Diagnostics
This TVs PC input does not support Sync on Green or Composite Sync. This TVs PC VGA input does not support interlaced signals. Your PC must support one of the above PC input signals to display on the television. In plug and play, signals with a 60 Hz vertical frequency will be detected automatically. (PC reboot may be necessary.)
Using a Wall-Mount Bracket
Your TV can be mounted on a wall using a Wall-Mount Bracket (not supplied) out of the box as packaged. Some larger size TV may require removing the Table-Top Stand; refer to the instructions provided with the TV. Prepare the TV for the Wall-Mount Bracket before making cable connections. For product protection and safety reasons, Sony strongly recommends that you use the WallMount Bracket designed for your TV and the installation should be performed by a Sony dealer or licensed contractor. Follow the instruction guide provided with the Wall-Mount Bracket for your model. Sufficient expertise is required in installing this TV, especially to determine the strength of the wall for withstanding the TVs weight. Be sure to use the screws supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket when attaching the mounting hooks to the TV set. (Do not use the screws that are intended for the Table-Top Stand attachment.) The supplied M6 screws are designed so that they are 8 mm to 12 mm in length when measured from the attaching surface of the mounting hook. Use of screws other than those supplied with the bracket may result in internal damage to the TV set or cause it to fall, etc.
M6 Screw (supplied with the Wall-Mount Bracket) Mounting Hook Rear of the TV set
Be sure to store the unused screws and Table-Top Stand in a safe place until you are ready to attach the Table-Top Stand. Keep the screws away from small children.
Read the supplied Safety Booklet for additional safety information.
Installing the Wall-Mount Bracket
Your TV can be wall-mounted using SU-WL500 Wall-Mount Bracket (sold separately). Please provide this installation information as well as the instruction supplied with SU-WL500 Wall-Mount Bracket to your installer.
To Sony Dealers and Licensed Contractors
To avoid injury and property damage, read these instructions carefully. Periodic inspection and maintenance is highly recommended to ensure that TV is securely mounted. (Continued)
Step 1: Checking the parts required for the installation Open the Wall-Mount Bracket package and check the contents for all required parts along with the Instructions. Step 2: Deciding on the installation location Decide where you want to install your TV. Refer to the TV installation dimensions table. Refer to the Instructions for SU-WL500.
Screen center point
Unit: mm (inches) TV Model
KDL-32EX301 KDL-32EX400 KDL-32EX500 KDL-32FA600 KDL-40EX400 KDL-40EX401 KDL-40EX500 KDL-40EX501 KDL-46EX400 KDL-46EX401 KDL-46EX500 KDL-46EX501 KDL-55EX500 KDL-55EX501 KDL-60EX500
TV Dimensions A B
Screen Length for each mounting angle center Angle (0) Angle (20) dimensions C
172 (6 7/8) 172 (6 7/8) 172 (6 7/8) 122 (4 7/8) 122 (4 7/8) 84 (3 3/8) 84 (3 3/8) 25 (1) -14 (-9/16)
426 (16 7/8) 426 (16 7/8) 462 (18 1/4) 425 (16 3/4) 426 (16 7/8) 424 (16 3/4) 426 (16 7/8) 428 (16 7/8) 430 (17)
157 (6 1/4) 156 (6 1/4) 157 (6 1/4) 160 (6 3/8) 159 (6 3/8) 162 (6 1/2) 161 (6 3/8) 165 (6 1/2) 181 (7 1/4)
303 (12) 303 (12) 303 (12)
(31 1/2) (19 5/8) (31 1/2) (19 5/8) 802 (31 5/8) 533 (21)
9.5 kg 38.0 kg (18 5/8) (18 1/4) (21.0 lb.) (83.7 lb.) 9.9 kg 39.6 kg (18 5/8) (18 1/4) (21.9 lb.) (87.3 lb.) 10.1 kg 40.4 kg (20 1/4) (19 1/2) (22.3 lb.) (89.1 lb.)
(39 1/8) (23 5/8) (39 1/8) (23 5/8) 674 1,127 (44 3/8) (26 5/8) 676 1,127 (44 3/8) (26 5/8) 795 1,324 (52 1/4) (31 3/8) 873 1,455 (57 3/8) (34 3/8)
13.9 kg 55.6 kg 463 (13 1/2) (22 3/8) (18 1/4) (30.7 lb.) (122.5 lb.) 14.2 kg 56.8 kg 463 (13 1/2) (22 3/8) (18 1/4) (31.3 lb.) (125.2 lb.) 464 18.1 kg 72.4 kg (14 5/8) (25 1/4) (18 3/8) (39.9 lb.) (159.5 lb.) 463 18.7 kg 74.8 kg (14 5/8) (25 1/4) (18 1/4) (41.2 lb.) (164.8 lb.) 466 26.7 kg 106.8 kg (16 3/8) (29 5/8) (18 3/8) (58.9 lb.) (235.3 lb.) 473 36.5 kg 146.0 kg (17 7/8) (32 3/8) (18 5/8) (80.4 lb.) (321.6 lb.)
Figures in the above table may differ slightly depending on the installation.
Picture quality not as good Picture quality depends on the signal content. See Quick Setup Guide as viewed at the store (supplied) to display the best possible picture for that signal. Broadcast HD formats have Content and signal quality are regulated by the signal provider. Many HD poor quality channels and content are actually upscaled versions of standarddefinition broadcasts. The picture is affected by the quality of the signal received, which varies between channel and program. Double images or ghosts Check cable/antenna connections. Check the antenna location and direction. Only snow and noise appear Check if the antenna is broken or bent. on the screen Check if the antenna has reached the end of its serviceable life. (3-5 years in normal use, 1-2 years at the seaside.) Dotted lines or stripes Keep the TV away from noise sources such as cars, motorcycles, or hairdryers. If using 300 ohm twin lead, move the excess lead away from the TV or try using 75-ohm coaxial cable instead. No color / Dark picture / Adjust the Picture Mode options in the Picture settings (see page 31). Color is not correct / The If you set the Power Saving mode to Low or High, it will enhance the picture is too bright black level. Noisy picture Make sure that the antenna is connected using a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied). Keep the antenna cable away from other connecting cords. To avoid TV interference, make sure to use an undamaged antenna cable. Blurry picture / Poor color Transporting the TV from a cold to a warm location or a sudden change in room temperature may cause moisture condensation, resulting in a blurry picture or poor color. Turn off your TV and wait a few hours before powering on again.
No sound / Noisy sound
No sound but good picture Check the volume control. Press MUTING or VOL + so that Muting disappears from the screen (page 22). Set Speakers to TV Speakers in the Sound settings (see page 34). If it is set to Audio System, sound is not output from the TVs speakers regardless of the TVs volume control. When using HDMI input with Super Audio CD or DVD-Audio, DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) may not provide an audio signal. When tuned to a digital channel with Alternate Audio, the broadcaster may not be broadcasting your preferred Alternate Audio language. Press TOOLS, highlight and select Alternate Audio, and change the Alternate Audio language (see page 34). Audio noise Make sure that the antenna is connected using a 75-ohm coaxial cable (not supplied). Keep the antenna cable away from other connecting cords. To avoid TV interference, make sure to use an undamaged antenna cable. No audio or low audio with Press THEATER for BRAVIA Sync activated Theater System (see page 25). Home Theater System Set Speakers to Audio System in the Sound settings (see page 34). No color / Irregular picture Verify that the Video/Component 1 Selection (page 42) is set to the current input type in use. We suggest leaving this setting to Auto.
Channel coverage Panel system Speaker output (except KDL-32FA600) Speaker output (KDL-32FA600 only)
CABLE/ANTENNA VIDEO IN 1/2 COMPONENT IN 1/2
HDMI IN 1/2/3/4
AUDIO OUT DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) PC IN PC/HDMI IN 1 AUDIO INPUT
Model name KDLPower and others
Power requirement Power consumption in use in standby
Screen size (inches measured diagonally) Display resolution Speaker/Full range (2) (mm) (inches) Dimensions with stand (mm) (inches) without stand (mm) (inches) wall-mount hole pattern (mm) wall-mount screw size (mm) Mass with stand (kg) (lb.) without stand (kg) (lb.)
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (U.S.A./Canada 120 V AC, 60 Hz) 425 W 315 W 255 W 180 W 140 W Less than 0.23 W Less than 0.23 W with 120 V AC and with 240 V AC less than 0.4 W with 120 V AC and with 240 V AC less than 0.6 W 31.5 54.(32 class) (55 class) 1,920 dots (horizontal) 1,080 lines (vertical) 13/3/4) 13/7/8) (1 (1 (1 13/3/4) (1 13/1/8) with speaker box 1,386 1,350 1,3/7/1/1/7/7/3/1/1/1/1/1/1/1/7/96 1,119 1,105 1,3/3/3/1/3/1/3/5/39 1/5/31 1/5/7/200 M6 (length: refer to diagram on page 47) 43.0 30.7 21.6 16.4 11.9 94.8 67.7 47.6 36.2 26.3 36.5 26.7 18.7 14.2 9.9 80.4 58.9 41.2 31.3 21.9
Model name KDLSupplied accessories common to all models individual models Optional accessories
Remote control RM-YD034 (1)/Size AAA batteries (2)/Operating Instructions (1)/Quick Setup Guide (1)/Warranty Card (1)/Safety and Regulatory Booklet (1)/Software License (1)/Stand installation guide (1 except KDL-60EX500) AC power cord (1) Table-Top Stand (1 set)/AC power cord Table-Top Stand (1 set)/Screw (8) (1)/Screw (4) Connecting cables / Support Belt Kit / Wall-Mount Bracket: SU-WL500
Power requirement Power consumption in use in standby Screen size (inches measured diagonally) Display resolution Speaker/Full range (2) (mm) (inches) Dimensions with stand (mm) (inches) without stand (mm) (inches) Satellite Speakers (mm) (inches) wall-mount hole pattern (mm) wall-mount screw size (mm) Mass with stand and Subwoofer (kg) (lb.) with stand (kg) (lb.) without stand (kg) (lb.) Satellite Speakers (kg) (lb.) Supplied accessories common to all models individual models Optional accessories
110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (U.S.A./Canada 120 V AC, 60 Hz) 245 W 170 W 135 W 145 W
Less than 0.23 W with 120 V AC and with 240 V AC less than 0.4 W 31.5 (32 class) 1,920 dots (horizontal) 1,080 lines (vertical) 1,366 dots (horizontal) 768 lines (vertical) (1 13/1/8) (1 5/8 4) (1 13/3/4) 1,44 3/11 5/1/9 7/1/8 3/5/1/97 1,3/5/1/1/5/31 1/5/7/5/3 7/1/M6 (length: refer to diagram on page 47) 13.9 30.40 11.8 26.0 10.1 22.3 1.0 2.2 Remote control RM-YD035 (1)/Size AAA batteries (2)/Operating Instructions (1)/Quick Setup Guide (1)/Warranty Card (1)/Safety and Regulatory Booklet (1)/Software License (1)/Stand installation guide (1)/Table-Top Stand (1 set) Screw (4) Screw (7) Screw (7)/Speaker cable (3) Connecting cables / Support Belt Kit / Wall-Mount Bracket: SU-WL500 / Satellite Speakers Wall-Mount Bracket: WS-WV10D (KDL-32FA600) 20.4 45.0 18.1 39.9 15.9 35.1 13.9 30.7 11.0 24.3 9.5 21.0
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