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Operating Instructions Mode demploi Manual de instrucciones Manual de instrues
GB FR ES PT
1999 by Sony Corporation
CAUTION (Lithium battery) Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions.
Before connecting other components, be sure to turn off and unplug the receiver/amplifier.
Before You Use the Commander
Understanding the 2 way remote system
This commander operates under a 2 way remote system. With the 2 way remote system, the component responds to signals sent from the commander by sending additional signals (information about the status of the component, text data, etc.) back to the commander. Thus, operations are performed as a result of communication between the commander and the component.
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
If you have any question or problem concerning your commander, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
About This Manual
The following icon is used in this manual: z Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier.
When using a home entertainment system comprised of several components compatible with the 2 way remote system, please restrict 2 way remote system operation to a single component. Generally, the 2 way remote system is turned off on all components except for the receiver/ amplifier. If you would like to turn off the receiver/amplifiers 2 way remote system, refer to Setting up the 2 way remote in the operating instructions supplied with the receiver/amplifier.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
p About the LCD Depending on the brightness of the room and the angle at which the commander is viewed, the LCD may be difficult to see. When this occurs, changing the angle of the commander or adjusting the CONTRAST of the LCD may make the LCD easier to see. When fingerprints (etc.) get on the LCD, wipe the LCD with a soft, dry cloth. It is recommended to use the touch pen supplied with the commander. p About batteries Life span of the batteries This commander is different from conventional remotes in that it makes use of a large LCD and is capable of 2 way communication. Because of this, the batteries become exhausted more quickly than with conventional remotes. Under normal conditions, the batteries should last approximately 2.5 months*. However, depending on how the remote is used and the initial voltage of the batteries, the actual period of use may be shorter or longer than that mentioned above.
* This value is based on 60 key operations a day with the backlight on. If the backlight is turned off, the batteries should last much longer. In order to extend the life of the batteries, it is recommended to keep the backlight off when operating the commander in a well lit area.
Compatible Components and Functions 4 Preparing the Commander 5 Screen Hierarchy 8
Location of Parts and Basic Operations 9
Front panel 9 Rear panel 10
Basic Operations 11 Example: Operating a CD Player 13 Example: Operating the Tuner 14 Example: Recording from CD to MD 15 Performing Several Commands in Sequence Automatically (Macro Play) 16 Using a command that has been learned 17 Selecting a source to listen to using SUB ROOM Selecting Sound Fields 18 Adjusting Sound Fields 21 Adjusting the Commanders Operating Environment 24
Additional information 31
Precautions during use 31 Troubleshooting 32 Specifications 33 Index 33
This chapter describes how to prepare the remote commander for operation. Be sure to read this section before operating.
Compatible Components and Functions
This unit is a remote control system that utilizes infrared rays to control a receiver/amplifier and AV components connected to the receiver/amplifier.
This unit can be used to operate Sony AV components as well as AV components made by other manufacturers. Setup is necessary in order to operate components made by other manufacturers (see page 24).
Depending on the component, control may not be possible using this unit.
This unit is a 2 way remote commander. Not only does it transmit infrared rays for operation of the receiver/ amplifier, it also receives infrared rays emitted by the receiver/amplifier to display characters and other information from components connected to the receiver/ amplifier with a CONTROL A1 cord.
Preparing the Commander
Please be sure to carry out the procedures described in Setting up the commander on page 6 after inserting the batteries.
Close the battery compartment cover. Preparations
Inserting batteries into the commander
Insert the four size-AA (LR6) alkaline batteries (for commander operation) and the lithium battery (for preservation of the commanders internal memory).
Remove the battery compartment cover.
Push in direction of arrow
After inserting the batteries, touching the touch panel turns on the light and displays the touch panel (LCD) adjustment screen. Follow the procedure on the next page for touch panel adjustment and initial communication.
Insert the alkaline batteries.
Size-AA alkaline batteries
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Always insert the negative () pole side of batteries first.
The LCD lights up when touched. VOL +/, MUTING and SLEEP can be used even when the LCD is not lit. Pressing BACK LIGHT/COMMANDER OFF turns the backlight on or off. Holding it down for about 2 seconds turns the LCD off. If the commander is not used for 10 seconds, the LCD turns off automatically (Auto Off function).
Insert the lithium battery. After wiping the lithium battery thoroughly with a dry cloth, insert it into the compartment with the positive (+) pole side facing up.
Coin shaped lithium battery CR2032
Positive (+) pole side up
Setting up the commander
Preparations Please be sure to carry out the following 5 steps for preparation of the commander. The commanders panel is touch sensitive and can be operated by simply touching it.
Touch panel adjustment
Adjust the position of the touch panels LCD. Touch the center of each of the 4 dots with the touch pen. When all 4 dots have been touched Adjusted appears, a buzzer sounds, and the initial communication screen appears.
Remove the touch pen. When returning the touch pen, always slide it in tip first.
Remove by sliding out Touch the 4 dots with the touch pen.
Use only the touch pen provided with this unit or the soft tip of your finger to operate the touch panel. Using a commercially available writing utensil may damage the panel and make correct operation impossible. If the tip of the touch pen is damaged, or the touch pen is lost, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Turn CONTRAST to adjust brightness of the LCD.
Touch panel adjustment must be carried out for proper panel operation. If used without adjustment, the Touch Panel Adjustment screen appears each time the LCD lights up. CONTRAST control
Press 1/u on the receiver/amplifier to turn on the receiver/amplifier. Point the commanders transmitter/receiver section toward the receiver/amplifiers display, and touch OK. Once initial communication with the receiver/ amplifier has been established, the commander is ready to operate the receiver/amplifier.
When replacing the batteries
Preparations To ensure preservation of the commanders internal memory when replacing batteries, be sure to observe the following cautions. When to replace batteries When the batteries become weak, a warning sounds and a message is displayed. Replace batteries as instructed by the message.
To ensure good communication conditions, carry out initial setup from directly in front of, and close to the receiver/ amplifier. Do not move the unit during initial setup.
If a communication error occurs during setup An error message will be displayed. Touching OK will return to the step 5 setup screen. Touching SKIP goes to the regular screen without carrying out initial setup. Although operation is possible in this condition, functions not included on the receiver/amplifier will be displayed, and some buttons will not be operable. Also, the initial setup screen will appear each time the touch panel is turned on.
The commander receives and displays data transmitted from the receiver/amplifier. Communication errors may occur if the commanders transmitter/receiver section is not directed properly toward the receiver/amplifiers display. Be sure to point the commanders transmitter/receiver section towards the receiver/amplifiers display.
Replace alkaline batteries.
Replace lithium battery.
How to remove the lithium battery
Disc titles and song titles downloaded from the CD changer are memorized in the commander. The lithium battery is used for preservation of this memory. If the unit is used with an exhausted battery, the settings memorized in the commander will be erased. Please replace the battery as soon as the Battery Low message appears. Replace the alkaline batteries with new batteries as soon as their charge is exhausted. If the unit is used with exhausted batteries, exhaustion of the lithium battery used to maintain memory will be quickened and the memorized settings may be erased. The life span of batteries may be shortened depending on the conditions in which the commander is used. If the alkaline batteries and lithium battery become exhausted at the same time, replace the alkaline batteries first. Replacing the lithium battery first will erase the data memorized in the commander. When replacing the alkaline batteries, always replace all 4 batteries with new ones. After replacing batteries, be sure to carry out touch panel adjustment (page 6).
This chapter explains how to operate the receiver/amplifier and connected audio/video components.
Displaying the FUNCTION screen
To operate components connected to the receiver/ amplifier, first display the FUNCTION screen, then select the component you wish to operate (CD, MD, etc.). Normally, the FUNCTION screen is displayed. If it is not displayed, touch FUNCTION to display it. Touch FUNCTION in the LCD.
The FUNCTION screen appears.
Composition of the FUNCTION screen is shown on the next page.
z You can change the functions displayed in the FUNCTION screen
You can set all functions, except TUNER and REC EDIT, to be displayed or not, using the FUNCTION HOOK UP screen (see page 25).
FUNCTION screen hierarchy
The following diagram shows the composition of the FUNCTION screen hierarchy. The types of icons that can be displayed on the FUNCTION screen can be set using FUNCTION HOOK UP in the SETUP screen. (For details on FUNCTION HOOK UP, see page 25.)
Example: Operating a CD Player
This section describes how to operate a CD player connected to the receiver/amplifier. Other components can also be operated in the same way. For details concerning CD player operation, please refer to your CD players operating instructions. The screens used in the following example are the screens that appear when using a SONY CD changer with a CONTROL A1 terminal. To operate other functions Touch SUB or use the JOG DIAL to scroll. Another set of buttons is displayed and ready for use.
Touch FUNCTION. The FUNCTION screen appears. Touch. The receiver/amplifiers function switches to CD and the CD screen appears.
Selected maker and category (see page 24). Disc title*
To view the LIST Touch LIST to view the song titles in a Sony CD changer (5/50/200/300 CD) or MD deck connected by a CONTROL A1 cord. In this case, the information must be downloaded from the receiver/amplifier (see page 25 for details). The LIST screen can only be displayed when the FUNCTION is set to CD or MD/DAT.
Song title* Long titles can be read by touching the scroll icon ( ) to scroll along the title. * Only displayed when a Sony CD changer (5/50/200/300 CD) or CD player compatible with CD text is connected to the receiver/ amplifier by a CONTROL A1 cord. Touch the disc number to start playing that disc. appears next to the disc being played. Use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll up or down the list. Touch NUMBER to sort in numerical order or touch TITLE to sort in alphabetical order. Touch FUNCTION to return to the FUNCTION screen at any time.
Touch ( to start playback.
z When the song number or song title is not displayed correctly
Point the commander toward the receiver/amplifier and touch RELOAD.
Example: Operating the Tuner
This section describes how to operate the tuner. For details on tuner operation, please refer to the operating instructions provided with the receiver/ amplifier. To operate other functions Touch SUB or use the JOG DIAL to scroll to display the icons used for memorizing broadcast stations and station names.
Touch FUNCTION. The FUNCTION screen appears. Touch. The receiver/amplifiers function switches to TUNER and the tuner screen appears. However, preset station, station name, band, and frequency do not appear in the display of the amplifier.
Preset station Station name To receive manually, touch DIRECT and input the frequency. When memorizing a received broadcast station, memorize after touching MEMORY.
Viewing the LIST Touch LIST to view the names of the broadcast stations downloaded from the receiver/amplifier (see page 25 for details). The LIST screen can only be displayed when the FUNCTION is set to TUNER.
Touch FM/AM to change the band. Touch FM MODE to switch the FM reception mode to AUTO or MONO. If the FM stereo reception is poor, select MONO. You will not be able to enjoy the stereo sound effect, but the sound will be less distorted. Touch PRESET + or to search for preset stations. Touch TUNING + or to search for stations that can be received. Touch SHIFT to switch memory pages (A, B, C). Touch TUNING MODE to switch the tuning mode to AUTO or MANUAL. During display of any of the screens, touching FUNCTION returns to the FUNCTION screen.
z When broadcast stations or frequencies are not displayed properly
Point the commander at the receiver/amplifier and touch RELOAD.
Example: Recording from CD to MD
This section describes how to record audio from a CD to an MD as an example of recording audio/video.
Recording from a DVD to a video deck is basically the same procedure. For details on the buttons used in recording, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the receiver/amplifier and other components.
Touch to select the recorder component (MD/DAT in this example). When MD/DAT is touched, the REC EDIT operation screen appears.
Touch FUNCTION. The FUNCTION screen appears. Operation Touch. The REC EDIT screen appears.
Touch r in RECORDER: MD/DAT, then touch ( in PLAYER: CD.
Starts playback from the CD player
Touch to select the player component (CD in this example). Because CD is not displayed, Use the JOG DIAL or touch $ to scroll downward through the list. If you scroll to far, touch 4 to scroll back up.
PLAYER Starts recording on the MD deck.
Recording starts. The FUNCTION screen returns once the recording finishes. To stop recording at any time Although recording stops automatically in the above example, recording can also be stopped at any time by touching p in RECORDER.
Touching 4 moves list up Touching $ moves list down
When PLAYER is selected, the receiver/amplifiers function automatically switches to the PLAYER component.
To stop the recording procedure at any time Touch FUNCTION to display the FUNCTION screen. During steps 2 to 3, touching EXIT will also stop the recording procedure.
Performing Several Commands in Sequence Automatically (Macro Play)
The Macro Play function lets you link several IR codes in sequential order as a single command. The remote provides 3 macro lists (MACRO 1, 2 and 3). You can specify up to 10 IR commands for each macro list.
For some models, the receiver/amplifier cannot operate the Macro Play commands as the time between each command is too short. In this case, set WAIT TIME between each command. To set WAIT TIME, refer to Macro Play setting on page 26 and 27. For some makers other than Sony, there are some commands that cannot be used in Macro Play.
Touch FUNCTION. The FUNCTION screen appears. Touch. The MACRO screen appears. When does not appear in the FUNCTION screen, use the JOG DIAL to scroll through the list until it is displayed, and then touch it.
BOX Number Send key
Condition SENDING: Outputting the command Done!: Outputting is finished
Touch SEND to operate Macro Play. The current command is displayed in black. The finished commands are grayed out. To cancel Macro Play, touch CANCEL. When Macro Play is not operating, touching CANCEL returns to the FUNCTION screen.
Using a command that has been learned
By using the Learning function, it is possible for this commander to perform learned operations. For details on how to learn the operation codes of other components using the Learning function, see page 29.
Selecting a source to listen to using SUB ROOM
Select a source that you would like to enjoy listening to in another room. You can switch the audio output to the 2nd AUDIO OUT on the receiver/amplifier. For details, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with your receiver/amplifier.
Touch FUNCTION. The FUNCTION screen appears.
Touch. When does not appear in the screen, use the JOG DIAL to scroll the screen until it is displayed, and then touch it.
Touch. When does not appear on the screen, use the JOG DIAL to scroll the screen until it is displayed, and then touch it.
Touch the appropriate area from A to J corresponding to the learned command. Touch the box containing the code you want to send. A mark (s) appears in the box when it has already learned a command.
Touch the source that you want to listen to in another room. The audio output on the receiver/amplifier changes.
Selecting Sound Fields
These sections describe how to select and make adjustments to the sound fields. For details concerning sound fields, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with the receiver/ amplifier.
SOUND FIELD screen hierarchy
Displaying the SOUND FIELD screen
Touch SOUND FIELD.
Operation The SOUND FIELD screen appears. The SOUND FIELD screen hierarchy is shown on the right.
Sound Field Mode
Selecting the sound field
For details concerning which sound fields can be selected, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with the receiver/amplifier.
Selecting the sound field preset
Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD screen appears. Touch PRESET. The SOUND FIELD PRESET screen appears. Touch one of the sound field presets (PRESET 1~5). A check ( ) will appear next to the selected sound field, and the sound field will change. Operation
Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD screen appears.
Touch Sound Field Mode. The Sound Field Mode screen appears. Use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll through the list. Push the JOG DIAL to select the highlighted sound field or touch the sound field you desire. A check ( ) will appear next to the selected sound field, and the sound field will change.
Selected sound field
Selecting the equalizer
Setting the sound field preset
Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD screen appears. Touch EQ BANK. The EQ BANK screen appears. Touch one of the equalizer presets (EQ PRESET 1~5). Touch EQ OFF to turn the receiver/amplifiers equalizer off. A check ( ) will appear next to the selected equalizer, and the equalizer settings will change.
Touch SOUND FIELD. The SOUND FIELD screen appears. Touch PRESET. The SOUND FIELD PRESET screen appears. Touch PRESET SETUP. The SOUND FIELD PRESET SETUP screen appears.
FUNCTION screen setup
You can set the FUNCTION screen not to display components you do not use.
Touch SETUP. The SETUP screen appears. Touch FUNCTION HOOK UP. The FUNCTION HOOK UP screen appears. Operation
Touch the remote controller mode of the connected component (Ex: Sony VTR1). The component selected in steps 4 to 5 will be registered at the function selected in step 3, and the SETUP screen reappears. A long beep sound is emitted to indicate that registration was successful. Operation is now possible from the FUNCTION screen. If a series of short beeps is emitted, redo the registration procedure. If this occurs, make sure the receiver/amplifier is turned on and that the commander is pointing toward the receiver/amplifier during operation.
Select the function not to be displayed and touch NO. To display other items, use the JOG DIAL or touch 4 or $ to scroll through the list. The selected component is set not to appear and the SETUP screen reappears.
To display the components set not to be displayed
Touch YES instead of NO in step 3.
To stop registration at any time
Touch EXIT during step 2 or touch CANCEL during steps 3 to 5.
z Components that have been registered (see page 24) are set to YES automatically.
When a function does not appear in the display even though FUNCTION HOOK UP is set to YES, turn the JOG DIAL to display the function.
All icons may not be displayed when registering components made by certain manufacturers. Some commands may not function even though they are displayed when registering components made by certain manufacturers.
Downloading receiver/amplifier data
Various types of data can be downloaded from the receiver/amplifier.
When carrying out this operation, make sure that the receiver/ amplifiers power is on, and be sure to point the commanders transmitter/receiver section toward the display on the receiver/ amplifier. Also, operate the commander at a distance of about 1~2 meters from the receiver/amplifier.
Touch SETUP. The SETUP screen appears.
Touch DOWNLOAD. The DOWNLOAD screen appears.
Macro Play setting
The following is an example of how to set the command POWER for SONY VTR 1 in BOX 2 of MACRO 1. Set other commands in a similar manner.
TUNER PRESET NAME does not appear in the case of an amplifier.
Touch to select the data you wish to download and press: FUNCTION NAME: Names of connected components. TUNER PRESET NAME: Broadcast station names etc., memorized in receiver. This is not displayed in case of amplifier. CD MEMO: CD song titles or disc titles etc., from a Sony CD changer (5/50/200/300 CD) connected to the receiver/amplifier with CONTROL A1 cord. Downloading starts, and the progress is displayed. During this time, please leave the commanders transmitter/receiver section pointed toward the display on the receiver/amplifier.
Touch FUNC NAME. The FUNCTION NAME EDIT screen appears. If FUNC NAME does not appear in the display, use the JOG DIAL to scroll the screen until FUNC NAME appears.
Name input buttons
Enter the name. After the name has been entered, touch SET. The new function name is set in the commander. After the name has been entered, point the commander toward the receiver/amplifier and touch UPLOAD. The new function name is set in the receiver/amplifier.
Touch the function that you want to edit.
Setting remote control codes that are not stored in the commander
When a remote control code is not one of the presets stored in the commander, it is possible for the commander to learn the code using the Learning function. For details on how to use the learned codes, please see page 17.
Point the remote code receiver section of the commander toward the receiver/transmitter on the remote control to be learned.
About 5 cm ~ 15 cm
Press the appropriate button on the remote control to send the remote control code. Lightly pressing the button once should be sufficient. In about 3 to 5 seconds, it is displayed whether learning was successful or not. When learning is successful, Learning OK! is displayed, and a mark (s) will appear next to the selected box.
Learning area Code set mark Box number assigned for new code
Touch the area corresponding to where you want the new code to be learned. Any letter from A to J can be selected (for example, select A). Touch the Box Number where you want to save the new code (for example, select A6). The LEARNING SETUP screen is displayed.
Box number assigned for new code
When learning is not successful, Learning Fail. is displayed, and 3 seconds later Please Send Signal is displayed again. Please do this procedure again from step 6. To erase the learned code After step 7, touch Clear and the display changes to Clear?. If Yes is touched at this time, the newly learned code is erased. If No is touched, the code is not erased, and the commander returns to its previous condition.
z You can test the learned code
Touch TEST after Learning OK is displayed in step 7. The learned code is sent from the commander, and if correct, the operation corresponding to the learned code is performed.
Message window Command button Name input button
z You can make a name of up to 14 characters for the learned code
Touch name input buttons as displayed in step 4 to enter the name.
Touch Learning Start. Please Send Signal is displayed.
Normally, in the areas from A to J, there is a total of 80 BOX Numbers that can be used with the Learning function. However, depending on the signals of the codes being learned, it may not be possible for the commander to store codes for all 80 BOX Numbers. To learn commands such as volume, fast-forward, rewind (etc.) that are generally performed by continuously pressing the button, press and hold the button until Learning OK appears in step 7. For other commands such as play, pause, and stop (etc.) where continuously holding the button is not necessary, learning is usually possible by pressing the button once. Some remote control codes cannot be learned.
p Changing the function of the SYSTEM STANDBY button ALL OFF: Switches power of all Sony AV components off. ON/OFF: Switches only the receiver/amplifier on or off. p Setting the operation beep sound on or off A beep can be set to sound or not sound when the touch panel is touched. Touch ON (sound) or OFF (no sound) in BEEP:ON OFF in the SETUP screen. p Setting the warning alarm on or off A warning alarm can be set to sound or not sound when a communication error has occurred. Touch ON (sound) or OFF (no sound) in ALARM:ON OFF in the SETUP screen. p Returning settings to their factory preset settings Use this function to erase all memorized settings and return them to their factory presets. Please note that once erased, settings cannot be returned.
p Adjusting the position of the touch panel (LCD) Adjust the position of the LCD when it shifts from the normal operating position.
Touch TOUCH PANEL on the SETUP screen. The TOUCH PANEL ADJUSTMENT screen appears. Touch the center of each of the 4 dots. (For details, see Touch panel adjustment on page 6.) Adjusted appears in a short while and long beep is emitted.
Touch ALL CLEAR on the SETUP screen. Touch YES.
p Setting the AUTO POWER function ON: When a video function (DVD, etc.) is selected, the commander sends numerous codes to the appropriate Sony AV components. At this time, the TV automatically switches to VIDEO 1 input mode.* Example) When you select DVD, the following occurs. 1 The receiver/amplifier switches to DVD player operation mode. 2 The TV turns on. 3 The DVD player turns on. 4 The TV automatically selects VIDEO 1 input. OFF: When a function is selected, the commander code applies only to receiver/amplifier operation.
* Switching to VIDEO 1 input may not be automatic on all Sony TVs. This is because some TVs cannot receive remote control codes immediately after being turned on.
p CONTROL A1 auto function (AUTO FUNC) ON: When a component connected via a CONROL A1 cord is played, the power to this unit is turned on and the function selector is automatically set for that component. OFF: When you do not want linked control of connected components, select [OFF]. When AUTO FUNC does not appear in the display, use the JOG DIAL to scroll the screen until AUTO FUNC appears.
Precautions during use
On installment Do not drop the commander or subject it to strong vibration as this could cause damage. On the touch pen Use only the touch pen provided with this unit or the soft tip of your finger to operate the touch panel. Using a commercially available writing utensil may damage the panel and make correct operation impossible. If the tip of the touch pen is damaged, or the touch pen is lost, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. On battery life When the backlight is not neccessary, do not press BACK LIGHT/COMMANDER OFF to turn on the LCD. Touch the touch panel to turn on just the LCD. The life of the battery will be prolonged. The life of the battery may be shortened depending on the conditions in which the commander is used. On handling The touch panel (display section) is made of glass. Twisting the touch panel, dropping the unit, placing your elbow (etc.) on it, or placing heavy objects on top of it, may break the touch panel and cause bodily harm due to glass fragments. On cleaning Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use solvent such as thinner, benzine, or alcohol as these will damage the surface of the commander.
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the commander, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Operation can not be done with the commander. / Check that the receiver/amplifier and components are connected correctly. / The commander and receiver/amplifier are too far apart. / Make sure that there are no objects between the commander and receiver/amplifier. / Make sure that the receiver/amplifiers power is turned on. / The commanders transmitter/receiver section is not pointed at the receiver/amplifier. / The commanders batteries are exhausted. Replace with new alkaline batteries (see page 7). / There is an invertor system florescent light near the commander or receiver/amplifier. Please place away from the florescent light. / Make sure you have selected the correct function on the remote. / When you operate a programmed non-Sony component, the remote may not function properly depending on the make and model of the component. The receiver/amplifiers functions and modes do not correlate with the displays on the commander. / Initial communication setup has not been done. Use after first carrying out initial communication setup (see page 6). / The commander was not pointed at the receiver/ amplifier when it was turned ON. Touch RELOAD, and download component data (see page 8). / Select the correct function using the commander. LCD does not appear. / The LCD is not turned on. Touch the touch panel. / Contrast is too light or too dark. Use the CONTRAST control to adjust the contrast of the LCD (see page 6). When a CD player, tape deck, or MD deck is connected to the receiver/amplifier via CONTROL A1 jacks, Auto Function does not work properly. / Reprogram the remote (see page 30). The SOUND FIELD function does not work. / If the receiver/amplifier has the 5.1 INPUT jacks, the SOUND FIELD function becomes inoperable whenever you select the component connected to the jacks. Commands of components made by manufacturers other than Sony do not function. / When registering components made by certain manufacturers, some commands may not function even though they are displayed. 5.1INPUT cannot be selected from the function screen even though the receiver/amplifier has the 5.1 INPUT jacks. / A communication error has occurred. Point the remote towards the receiver/amplifier and select 5.1INPUT from the function screen again.
Operating system Liquid crystal touch panel Liquid crystal size 3.8 inches (256 x 200 dots) Liquid crystal type Reflection system (Monochrome type) Touch panel Resistant membrane system Analog type
Battery 5, 7
CD player 13
Downloading receiver/amplifier data 25
E, F, G
Front panel 9 FUNCTION Screen 11, 12 setup 25
Power requirements For operation: DC 6V (Type AA alkaline batteries) For memory preservation: DC 3V (CR2032 lithium battery) Maximum external dimensions (width x height x depth, including projecting parts and controls) 160 x 111 x 46 mm Mass 290 g (Main unit only including touch pen)
H, I, J, K, L
Operating components CD player 13 Recording 15 Tuner 14
M, N, O
Macro Play 16, 26, 27
P, Q, R
Rear panel 10 Recording 15 Registering the connected component 24
Setup commander 6 environment 24~30 FUNCTION screen 25 SETUP screen 24 SOUND FIELD 18~20
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
PT Sony Corporation Printed in Japan
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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.
Total effective pixels on CCD
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.
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.
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
Composite Video S-Video BRBK-301 Component/RGB BRBK-302 SDI BRBK-304 DV Video Cassette Recorder BRC-300 RS-232C / RS-422 Monitor
Composite Video S-Video BRBK-301 Component/RGB BRBK-302 SDI BRBK-304 DV
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
Video Cassette Recorder
RS-232C / RS-422 Tally signal (Contact closure)
Analog/RGB Component Card
Optical Multiplex Card
Remote Control Unit
Optical Multiplex Unit
Optical Fiber Cable
RGB/Component, Y/C Cable (9-pin D-sub)
RGB/Component, VBS Cable (9-pin D-sub)
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
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
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