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HISTORY INFORMATION FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUAL:

SERVICE MANUAL RA-3A CHASSIS

MODEL NAME REMOTE COMMANDER DESTINATION CHASSIS NO.

KP-43T75 RM-Y906 US/CND SCC-P43C-A

KP-48S75 RM-Y906 US/CND SCC-P43B-A

KP-53N77 RM-Y906 US/CND SCC-P43D-A

KP-53S75 RM-Y906 US/CND SCC-P43A-A

KP-61S75 RM-Y906 US/CND SCC-P43E-A

ORIGINAL MANUAL ISSUE DATE: 5/2000


ALL REVISIONS AND UPDATES TO THE ORIGINAL MANUAL ARE APPENDED TO THE END OF THE PDF FILE.

REVISION DATE REVISION TYPE SUBJECT

5/2000 No revisions or updates are applicable at this time.


2/2001 Correction - 1 Safety related components addition.
5/2003 Correction - 2 T601 Pin Number corrected on Block Diagram and G Board.

COLOR REAR VIDEO PROJECTOR


9-965-414-03
SERVICE MANUAL RA-3A CHASSIS
MODEL
COMMANDER
DEST. CHASSIS
NO.
MODEL
COMMANDER
DEST. CHASSIS
NO.

KP-43T75 RM-Y906 US SCC-P43CA KP-53N77 RM-Y906 US SCC-P43DA

KP-43T75 RM-Y906 Canadian SCC-P43CA KP-53N77 RM-Y906 Canadian SCC-P43DA

KP-48S75 RM-Y906 US SCC-P43BA KP-53S75 RM-Y906 US SCC-P43AA

KP-48S75 RM-Y906 Canadian SCC-P43BA KP-53S75 RM-Y906 Canadian SCC-P43AA

KP-61S75 RM-Y906 US SCC-P43EA

KP-61S75 RM-Y906 Canadian SCC-P43EA

MUTING DVD/ SAT/ POWER


VTR CABLE
TV

SYSTEM FUNCTION
OFF DVD/VTR SAT/CABLE TV

TV/VTR FREEZE SWAP PIP


m N M

POSITION AUDIO ACTIVE


X z x

SLEEP ANT TV/VIDEO

PICTURE
MODE CC MTS/SAP DISPLAY

1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
JUMP ENTER

0
INDEX GUIDE

RESET MENU

VOL CH

CODE SET

TV

RM-Y906 KP-43T75 EXCEPT KP-43T75

Please file according to model size. .......


COLOR REAR VIDEO PROJECTOR
43 48 53 61
KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

SPECIFICATIONS

Projection system Speaker


3 picture tubes, 3 lenses, horizontal in-line system For KP-53N77
Picture tube Tweeter: 66 mm (2 5/8) x 2
7-inch high-brightness monochrome tubes (6.3 raster size), Woofer: 130 mm (5 1/8) x 2
with optical coupling and liquid cooling system Except for KP-53N77
Projection lenses 100 mm (4) x 2
High performance, large diameter hybrid lens F1.05 Speaker output
Television system 15W x 2 (Except for KP-53N77)
American TV standard 20 W x 2 (KP-53N77)
Channel coverage Power requirement
VHF: 213/UHF: 14 69/CATV: 1 125 120 V AC, 60 Hz
Antenna Power consumption
75 ohm external terminal for VHF/UHF In use (Max.): 160 W
Screen size (measured diagonally) In standby: 1 W
43 inches (KP-43T75) Dimensions (W/H/D)
48 inches (KP-48S75) 965 x 1,058 x 510 mm (38 x 41 5/8 x 20 1/8 inches)
53 inches (KP-53S75/53N77) (KP-43T75)
61 inches (KP-61S75) 1,105 x 1,338 x 579 mm (43 1/2 x 52 5/8 x 22 3/4 inches)
Inputs/outputs (KP-48S75)
VIDEO 1 IN 1,216 x 1,417 x 632 mm (47 7/8 x 55 3/4 x 24 7/8 inches)
VIDEO 2 INPUT (KP-53S75)
S VIDEO IN (4-pin mini DIN): 1,216 x 1,417 x 632 mm (47 7/8 x 55 3/4 x 24 7/8 inches)
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative (KP-53N77)
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms 1,370 x 1,560 x 670 mm (54 x 61 3/8 x 26 3/8 inches)
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync (KP-61S75)
negative Mass
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500 mVrms (100% modulation), 64.6 kg (141 lbs 10 oz) (KP-43T75)
Impedance: 47 kilohms 64 kg (141 lbs 2 oz) (KP-48S75)
VIDEO 3 IN 67.6 kg (149 lbs) (KP-53S75)
S VIDEO IN (4-pin mini DIN): 75.2 kg (165 lbs 13 oz) (KP-53N77)
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync negative 84.6 kg (186 lbs 8 oz) (KP-61S75)
C: 0.286 Vp-p (Burst signal), 75 ohms Supplied accessories
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync Remote control RM-Y906 (1)
negative Batteries (2) size AA (R6)
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync negative Optional accessories
PB: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms Connecting cables
PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms RK-G34, RK-74A, RK-G69HG, VMC-10HG,
AUDIO (phono jacks): 500 mVrms (100% modulation), VMC-720M, VMC-810S/820S, YC-15V/30V
Impedance: 47 kilohms U/V mixer EAC-66
MONITOR OUT
VIDEO (phono jack): 1 Vp-p, 75-ohms unbalanced, sync Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
negative
AUDIO (phono jacks): 470 mVrms (100% modulation),
Impedance: 470 ohms
AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT (phono jacks): 500 mVrms
(100% modulation), Impedance: 470 ohms
CONTROL S OUT: minijack

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53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

SAFETY CHECK-OUT
( US model only )

After correcting the original service problem, perfom the follow- LEAKAGE TEST
ing safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
l. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-sol- The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and
dered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a
splashes and bridges. return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5mA (500 microampers) . Leak-
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are age current can be measured by any one of three methods.
pinched or contact high-wattage resistors. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or
3. Check that all control knobs, shields, covers, ground straps, RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to
and mounting hardware have been replaced. Be absolutely usc these instruments.
certain that you have replaced all the insulators. 2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
4. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly tran- digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
sistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them 3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a
out to the customer and recommend their replacement. VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indica-
5. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious tion is 0.75V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-
signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are
recom mend their replacement. examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. NearIy all bat-
6. Check the line cords for cracks and abrasion. Recommend tery operated digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range
the replacement of any such line cord to the customer. are suitable. (See Fig. A)
7. Check the condition of the monopole antenna (if any). Make
sure the end is not broken off, and has the plastic cap on it. HOW TO FIND A GOOD EARTH GROUND
Point out the danger of impalement on a broken antenna to
the customer, and recommend the antennas replacement. A cold-water pipe is guaranteed earth ground;the cover-plate re-
8. Check the B+ and HV to see they are at the values specified. taining screw on most AC outlet boxes is also at earth ground. If
Make sure your instruments are accurate;be suspicious of the retaining screw is to be used as your earth-ground, verify that it
your HV meter if sets always have low HV. is at ground by measuring the resistance between it and a cold-
9. Check the antenna temminals, metal trim, metallized knobs, water pipe with an ohmmeter. The reading should be zero ohms. If
screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. a cold-water pipe is not accessible, connect a 60-l00 watts trouble
Check leakage as described below. light (not a neon lamp) between the hot side of the receptacle and
the retaining screw. Try both slots, if necessary, to locate the hot
side of the line, the lamp should light at normal brilliance if the
screw is at ground potential. (See Fig. B)

To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
Trouble Light
Ohmmeter
AC Outlet Box

AC
1.5 F 1.5k voltmeter
(0.75V) Cold-water Pipe

Earth Ground
Fig. B. Checking for earth ground.
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION

1. Summary of Self-Diagnosis Function


This device includes a self-diagnosis function.
In case of abnormalities, the TIMER/STANDBY indicator automatically blinks. It is possible to predict the abnormality location
by the number of blinks. The Instruction Manual describes blinking of the TIMER/STANDBY indicator.
If the symptom is not reproduced sometimes in case of a malfunction, there is recording of whether a malfunction was generated
or not. Operate the remote command to confirm the matter on the screen and to predict the location of the abnormality.

2. Diagnosis Items and Prediction of Malfunction Location


When a malfunction occurs the TIMER/STANDBY indicator only blinks for one of the following diagnosis items. In case of two
or more malfunctions, the item which first occurred blinks. If the malfunctions occurred simultaneously, the item with the lower
blink count blinks first.
The screen display displays the results regarding all the diagnosis items listed below. The display 0 means that no malfunc-
tions occurred.
TIMER/STANDBY Self-diagnosis
Diagnosis item Indicater Supposed malfunction Condition screen display,
Number of blinks Diagnosis item: Results
[Standby Power Supply System]
F601 open.
R607 open.
Cannot turn on the power.
Power not ON 0 Q601 short circuit
LED doesn't blink.
[Main Power Supply System]
IC601 and R612 are broken.
VDR601 short-circuit
Goes to the standby mode
+B OCP detection 2 times Short circuit of power supply system in each circuit. 2 : +B OCP 000
Short circuit of +B line
T603 pin 78 open. Goes to the standby mode
+B OVP detection 3 times 3 : +B OVP 000
R672 open. Malfunction of power supply circuit
IC1509(V out) is broken. Raster goes to one line horizontally, Aand then video
Vertical deflection stop 4 times 4 : V Stop 000
Q1505(V Pulse Buffer) is broken. signal is muted.
Video out, Q705, 732, 761 and others in C board
TIMER/STANDBY LED blinks approx. 30 seconds,
Video out abnormality detection 5 times circuit. 5 : AKB 000
and then blinks for the self diagnosis.
Q218, 219, 220 (A board)
C515, 516 open.
Horizontal deflection stop 6 times Raster doesn't appear. 6 : H Stop 000
IC206(YC Jungle) is broken.
IC406(Audio amp.) is broken. The sound is not out.
Audio abnormality detection 8 times 8 : Audio 000
PS401, 402 open. Goes to the standby mode

* : 000 the range of values for number of operations is 000-255. For 256 or higher there is
no count up and the number remains at 255.
3. Blinking count display of TIMER/STANDBY indicator
* One blink is not used for self-diagnosis.

< FRONT PANEL > EXAMPLE

FLASH FOCUS TV/VIDEO VOLUME + CHANNEL + POWER TIMER/STAND BY

<Diagnosis Items> <Number of Blinks>


+B overcurrent 2 times
+B overvoltage 3 times
TIMER/STANDBY indicator Vertical deflection stop 4 times
Lamp ON : 0.3 seconds
Lamp OFF : 0.3 seconds Lamp OFF :
3.0 seconds

Release of TIMER/STANDBY indicator blinking.


The TIMER/STANDBY indicator blinking display is released by turning OFF the power switch
on the TV main unit or removing the plug from the power.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

4. Self-diagnosis screen displays


In cases of malfunctions where it is not possible to determine the symptom such as when the power goes off occasionally or when
the screen disappears occasionally, there is a screen display on whether the malfunction occurred or not in the past (and whether
the detection circuit operated or not) in order to allow confirmation.

<Screen Display Method>


Quickly press the remote command button in the following order from the standby state.

DISPLAY b Channel 5 b VOL b POWER

Be aware that this differs from the method of

entering the service mode (volume + ).

Self-diagnosis screen display

Self Check
2 : +B OCP 000
3 : +B OVP 000
4 : V Stop
5 : AKB
000
000 2 : +B OCP 000
6 : H Stop 000 000 the range of values for number of
7 : HV 000 operations is 000-255.
8 : Audio 000
For 256 or higher there is no count up
101 : WDT 000 Diagnosis
and the number remains at 255.
Results

5. Self-Diagnosis Screen Display

The results display is not automatically cleared. In case of repairs and after repairs, check the self-diagnosis screen and be sure
to return the results display to 0 .
If the results display is not returned to 0 it will not be possible to judge a new malfunction after completing repairs.

<Method of Clearing Results Display>

1. Power off (Set to the standby mode)

2. DISPLAY b Channel 5 b VOL + b POWER (Service Mode)

3. Channel 8 b ENTER (Test reset = Factory preset condition)

<Method of Ending Self Diagnosis Screen>


When ending the self-diagnosis screen completely, turn the power switch OFF on the remote commander or the main unit.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

6. Self-diagnosis function operation


OCP Low B and +B line detect DET SHORT, and shut-down POWER ON RELAY.
Reset by turning power on/off.
In case of +B is loaded approx. 1.3A or more, microcomputer detects it via IC651.
OVP In case of +B becomes approx. 150V or more, POWER ON RELAY shuts down and microcomputer detects it via IC651.
Reset by turning power on/off just the same as OCP.
V Stop In case of microcomputer detects 2 seconds or more interval of V Pulse, Reference Pulse turns off by turning off the picture
signal in YC Jungle IC (IC206).
After the picture signal turns off, V Pulse is regenerated 2 seconds or more, the picture signal turns on.
AKB IK detection. Makes LED blinking in case of microcomputer doesnt detect IK returns of IC206 CXA2147Q 30 seconds or more.
H Stop In case of HV becomes 33kV or more, IC502 detects it and shut-down H Drive Pulse.
Microcomputer receives H Stop data from IC206 and makes LED blinking.
Audio In case of DC component overlaps the output of Audio Amp., microcomputer detects it and makes LED blinking.
Microcomputer forces to shut down the power.

Self-diagnosis block diagram

D1201
TIMER/STANDBY

Q006

55
5. AKB
6. H STOP

IC002 IC206 43
8 49 3
CXA2147 35 6. HV STOP
Processor 47 4
YCJ 34
50 BUS IC502
48 HV Detector
20 21 22 27

IC004
EEPROM
IC1509
V Drive
Q1505
V Pulse Buffer
5. AKB

IC406 C Board
Audio AMP

Audio
DC Detect

3. OVP
IC651 OVP DETECT
OVP Buffer
2. OCP OCP Buffer OCP DETECT

4. V.STOP (V Pulse)

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page



SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ............................................ 4 5. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS

1. GENERAL 5-1. TV Input Sub Contrast Adjustment


(VPNT-SCON) .......................................................... 49
Remote Control ....................................................................... 9 5-2. Video Input Sub-HUE and Sub-Color Adjustment
Precautions .............................................................................. 9 (VPNT-SHUE, SCOL) .............................................. 49
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV ........................ 10 5-3. Component Input Sub-HUE and SubColorAdjustment
Basic Set Up .......................................................................... 15 (DAC-UVSH, UVSC) ............................................... 49
Using Your New Projection TV ............................................ 16 5-4. P & P Sub Contrast Adjustment (SC-SYDR) ........... 49
Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) .......................................... 19 5-5. Sub-HUE, Sub-Color and Main Contrast Adjustment
Operating Video Equipment .................................................. 30 (MC-MYDR, MSHU, MSCL, SC-SSHU, SSCL) .... 50
Operating a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver (SAT) .............. 31 5-6. Bar Display Position Adjustment (OP-DISP) ........... 50
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 31 5-7. PIP Position Adjustment (PI-PIPH, PIPV) ................ 50
2. DISASSEMBLY
6. DIAGRAMS
2-1. Rear Board Removal ................................................. 33
2-2. Chassis Assy Removal .............................................. 33 6-1. Block Diagram (1) ..................................................... 51
2-3. Service Position ......................................................... 33 Block Diagram (2) ..................................................... 53
2-4. HA Board and HB Board Removal Block Diagram (3) ..................................................... 59
(Except KP-43T75) ................................................... 33 Block Diagram (4) ..................................................... 63
2-5. HA Board and HB Board Removal(KP-43T75) ....... 34 Block Diagram (5) ..................................................... 65
2-6. Mirror Cover Removal .............................................. 34 6-2. Frame Schematic Diagram ........................................ 67
2-7. Beznet Assy Removal ................................................ 34 6-3. Circuit Boards Location ............................................ 70
2-8. HC Board and S Board Removal .............................. 34 6-4. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams ...... 70
2-9. A Board and G Board Removal ................................ 35 A (1/3)Board ........................................................... 71
2-10. Picture Tube Removal ............................................... 35 A (2/3)Board ........................................................... 75
2-11. High-Voltage Cable Installation and Removal .......... 35 A (3/3)Board ........................................................... 79
G Board ................................................................... 87
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS CG Board ................................................................ 94
3-1. Screen Voltage Adjustment (Coarse Adjustment) ..... 36 CR Board ................................................................ 95
3-2. Screen (G2) Adjustment (Fine Adjustment) .............. 36 CB Board ................................................................ 95
3-3. Deflection York Tilt Adjustment ............................... 36 HA Board ................................................................ 97
3-4. Focus Lens Adjustment ............................................. 36 HC Board ................................................................ 97
3-5. Focus VR Adjustment ............................................... 37
HB Board ................................................................ 98
3-6. 2-Pole Magnet Adjustment (Green, Red) .................. 37
3-7. 4-Pole Magnet Adjustment ........................................ 37 6-5. Semiconductors ......................................................... 99
3-8. Defocus Adjustment (Blue) ....................................... 37
3-9. Electrical Adjustment by Remote Commander ......... 38 7. EXPLODED VIEWS
3-10. Registration Adjustment (PJE) .................................. 43
3-11. Auto Registration Error Code List ........................... 46 7-1. Cover (KP-43T75) ................................................... 101
7-2. Cover (KP-48S75) ................................................... 102
4. SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS
7-3. Cover (KP-53N77/53S75/61S75) ........................... 103
4-1. HV Regulation Circuit Check and Adjustment ......... 47 7-4. Chassis (KP-43T75) ................................................ 104
4-2. HV Hold Down Circuit Operation and Adjustment .. 47 7-5. Chassis (Except KP-43T75) .................................... 105
4-3. +B Max Voltage Confirmation .................................. 47 7-6. Picture Tube ............................................................ 106
4-4. +B OVP Confirmation ............................................... 48
8. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ................................. 107

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

(CAUTION) (ATTENTION)
SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DE LANODE, COURTCIR-
ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, OR CAR- CUITER LANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET CELUI DE
BON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE ANODE. LANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE DE LAPPAREIL,
OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE SUR LE TUBE CATHOD-
WARNING!! IQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE.
AN ISOLATION TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING
ANY SERVICE TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD, BE- ATTENTION!!
CAUSE OF LIVE CHASSIS. AFIN DEVITER TOUT RISQUE DELECTROCUTION PROVE-
THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECElVER IS DIRECTLY CONNECTED NANT DUN CHSSIS SOUS TENSION, UN TRANSFORMATEUR
TO THE AC POWER LINE. DISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILIS LORS DE TOUT DEPAN-
NAGE.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! LE CHSSIS DE CE RECEPTEUR EST DIRECTEMENT RAC-
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON THE CORD LALIMENTATION SECTEUR.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE
PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS LA
THESECOMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUM- SCURIT!!
BERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLE- LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIS PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE
MENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS THAT MAPQUE ! SUR LES SCHMAS DE PRINCIPE, LES VUES EX-
ARE CRITICAL TO SAFEOPERATION ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS PLOSES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES CONT DUNEIMPORTANCE
MANUAL. FOLLOW THESE PROCEDURES WHENEVER CRITI- CRITIQUE POUR LA SCURIT DU FONCTIONNEMENT. NE LES
CAL COMPONENTS ARE REPLACED OR IMPROPER OPERA- REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPOSANTS SONY DONT LE
TION IS SUSPECTED. NUMRO DE PICE EST INDIQU DANS LE PRSENT MAN-
UEL OU DANS DES SUPPLMENTS PUBLIS PAR SONY. LES
RGLAGES DE CIRCUIT DONT LIMPORTANCE EST CRITIQUE
POUR LA SCURIT DU FONCTIONNEMENT SONT IDENTIFIES
DANS LE PRSENT MANUEL. SUIVRE CES PROCDURES
LORS DE CHAQUE REMPLACEMENT DE COMPOSANTS CRI-
TIQUES, OU LORSQUUN MAUVAIS FONCTIONNEMENT EST
SUSPECT.

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SECTION 1
GENERAL

The operating instructions mentioned here are par tial abstracts from the
Operating Instructions Manual. The page numbers of the Operating
Instruction Manual remain as in the manual. (Part no : 4-077-171-11)
Remote Control
POWER Getting to know the buttons on the
In the instructions that follow, we will MUTING (pages 20, 48, 49) remote control
refer to the buttons on your remote control. (page 20) FUNCTION
Keep this flap unfolded and use this page MUTING DVD/ SAT/ POWER
(pages 20, 48, 49) Names of the buttons on the remote control are
SYSTEM OFF VTR CABLE
presented in different colors to represent the
for reference. (page 22)
TV

SYSTEM FUNCTION PIP operation available functions.


VCR/DVD/MDP
OFF DVD/VTR SAT/CABLE TV
buttons
operation buttons TV/VTR FREEZE SWAP PIP (page 23)
m N M Button color
(page 48) POSITION AUDIO ACTIVE TV/VIDEO
X z x Transparent .... Press to select the component
SLEEP (page 22) (pages 21, 23)
SLEEP ANT TV/VIDEO
you want to control; e.g. VTR
PICTURE
MODE CC MTS/SAP DISPLAY ANT (page 24) (VCR)/MDP/DVD Player,
PICTURE MODE (pages 20, 26)
DISPLAY SAT (satellite receiver)/
CC (page 22) 1 2 3
(page 21) CABLE, or projection TV.
4 5 6 Green ............... Buttons relevant to power
0 9 buttons MTS/SAP
(page 20) 7 8 9 (pages 22, 27) operations, like turning the
JUMP ENTER
JUMP (page 21) 0 ENTER (page 20) projection TV, SAT/CABLE, or
VTR (VCR)/MDP/DVD Player
(pages 22, 27)/ INDEX GUIDE GUIDE (page 49) on or off
INDEX (for SAT, page 49) RESET V/v/B/b and
MENU

buttons Label color


RESET VOL CH
(pages 23, 26, 27) (page 25) White ............... TV/VTR (VCR)/MDP/DVD
MENU (page 25) Player/SAT (satellite
VOL +/ (page 20)
receiver)/CABLE operation
CODE SET buttons
CODE SET CH +/ (page 20)
(pages 47, 49) Yellow .............. PIP operation buttons
Blue .................. SAT operation buttons
Green ............... S-Link operation buttons
TV Pink .................. DVD Player operation buttons
For a detailed explanation of most buttons, see
Watching the TV on page 20.

Precautions
Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)
Safety Note on cleaning Installing
Operate the projection TV only on 120 V Clean the cabinet of the projection TV with a To prevent internal heat buildup, do not
AC. dry soft cloth. To remove dust from the block the ventilation openings.
The plug is designed, for safety purposes, screen, wipe it gently with a soft cloth. Do not install the projection TV in a hot
to fit into the wall outlet only one way. If Stubborn stains may be removed with a cloth or humid place, or in a place subject to
you are unable to insert the plug fully slightly dampened with solution of mild excessive dust or mechanical vibration.
into the outlet, contact your dealer. soap and warm water. Never use strong Avoid operating the projection TV at
If any liquid or solid object should fall solvents such as thinner or benzine for temperatures below 5 C (41 F).
inside the cabinet, unplug the projection cleaning.
If the projection TV is transported
TV immediately and have it checked by If the picture becomes dark after using the directly from a cold to a warm location,
qualified service personnel before projection TV for a long period of time, it or if the room temperature changes
operating it further. may be necessary to clean the inside of the suddenly, the picture may be blurred or
If you will not be using the projection TV projection TV. Consult qualified service show poor color. In this case, please wait
for several days, disconnect the power by personnel. a few hours to let the moisture evaporate
pulling the plug itself. Never pull on the before turning on the projection TV.
cord. To obtain the best picture, do not expose
the screen to direct illumination or direct
sunlight. It is recommended to use spot
lighting directed down from the ceiling
or to cover the windows that face the
screen with opaque drapery. It is
desirable to install the projection TV in a
room where the floor and walls are not of
a reflective material.

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Installing and Connecting the Projection TV
Recommended viewing area
Carrying Your Projection TV Installing the Projection TV (Vertical)
Carrying the projection TV requires three or Recommended viewing area min
. 2.4
m(
more people. app
(Horizontal) min
61" rox. 8
ft.)
mi . 2.1
n. m(
2.4 app
For KP-48S75/53S75/53N77/61S75 mi
n.
(ap
2.1
m
min
53" rox. 7
ft.)
mi . 1.8
n. m
61 prox
The projection TV has been equipped with mi
n.
1.8
m
(ap
53 prox
" .8
m(
app
1.5 (ap "
ft.
) min 48" rox. 6
casters for easy movement on a hard surface. m
(ap 48 prox
"
. 7f
t.) . 1.5
m(
ft.)
p .6 app
Please move your projection TV using the 43 rox
" .5
ft.
) 43" rox. 5
ft.)
ft.
casters. 60 )

60

20

20

Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)


CONTROL S cable
Connector Types Sony cable for CONTROL S connection. This Making Connections
You may find it necessary to use some of the feature is exclusive to Sony products and Connecting directly to a cable or
following connector types during set up. allow greater control of all Sony equipment.
an antenna
Coaxial cable The connection you choose will depend on
Standard TV cable and antenna cable Push into connection. the cable found in your home. Newer homes
Plug Type will be equipped with standard coaxial cable
Push into connection. About the CONTROL S OUT jack (see A ); older homes will probably have 300 -
ohm twin lead cable (see B ); still other
Screw-on Type To control other Sony equipment with the homes may contain both (see C ).
Screw into connection. projection TVs remote control, connect the Use 75-ohm coaxial cable for improved
CONTROL S IN jack of the equipment to the picture quality (see A ).
S Video cable CONTROL S OUT jack on the projection TV
High quality video cable for enhanced with the CONTROL S cable.
A (Rear of
picture quality (Rear of projection TV) 75-ohm
VHF only projection TV)
Align guides and coaxial cable VHF/UHF
or
push into connection. AUX
VHF/UHF
Audio/Video cable TO
CONVERTER or
Cable
Push into connection.
IN
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3

CONTROL S S VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
VHF/UHF
B (Rear of
Video - Yellow OUT VIDEO
(VAR/FIX)

VIDEO 300-ohm twin projection TV)


VHF only
Y

Audio (Left) - White L PB


L
lead cable VHF/UHF
or
(MONO) (MONO)

Audio (Right) - Red


AUDIO AUDIO
CONTROL S PR
R R
OUT

COMPONENT
UHF only
Some DVD Players and DTV Receivers are or
equipped with the following three video VHF/UHF
Antenna connector
connectors.
Y - Green
PB (CB, Cb or BY) - Blue
PR (CR, Cr or RY) - Red
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C 75-ohm coaxial cable
(Rear of projection TV) Cable box and cable
(Rear of Coaxial cable AUX
VHF Some pay cable TV systems use scrambled or
projection TV)
VHF/UHF (No connection TO TO CONVERTER encoded signals requiring a cable box* only for
CONVERTER in this case) certain channels (e.g. HBO, SHOWTIME, etc.)
and
Antenna cable VHF/UHF *Cable box
EAC-66 U/V mixer (Rear of projection TV)
(not supplied) AUX
UHF
300-ohm twin lead cable Select Cable or ANT mode by pressing ANT Scrambled
on the remote control. channels TO CONVERTER

Cable or antenna Connecting a cable box 75-ohm coaxial cable (Signal)


This is the simplest connection. Connection is Some pay cable TV systems use scrambled or (not supplied)
made directly from the cable or antenna to encoded signals that require a cable box* to VHF/UHF
the projection TV. view all channels. CATV cable
(Rear of projection TV) Also, set Cable to On in the Channel Set (unscrambled channels)
Coaxial cable VHF/UHF Up menu (page 31). For this set up, you can switch between
(Rear of projection TV) scrambled channels (through your cable
Coaxial cable VHF/UHF box), and normal (CATV) channels by
Cable and antenna
pressing ANT on your remote control.
You may find it convenient to use the Notes:
following set up if your cable provider does You may be able to program your Sony
not feature local channels that you are able to remote control to operate your cable box.
receive using an antenna. IN OUT
*Cable box (see Operating a Cable Box or Satellite
Receiver (SAT) on page 49)
During PIP or Favorite Channel viewing,
the AUX input can only be viewed in the
main picture.

Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)


Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a cable TV system/ (Rear of projection TV)
antenna to a VCR
AUX

1 Attach the coaxial cable from the


TO
incoming cable connection or antenna to CONVERTER

Coaxial cable
VHF/UHF IN on the VCR. IN
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF 2
2 Using a coaxial cable, connect VHF/UHF S VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)

OUT on the VCR to VHF/UHF on the VIDEO Y VIDEO AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO S VIDEO VCR
LINE
IN VHF/UHF
projection TV. L
(MONO)

AUDIO
PB

AUDIO
L
(MONO)

LINE
OUT

OUT IN
Cable/
3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
R PR R

COMPONENT
1 Antenna
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the S VIDEO
VIDEO VMC-810S/820S
AUDIO-L (not supplied)
VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the AUDIO-R
YC-15V/30V
projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, Red- (not supplied) 3
AUDIO Right**).
Connecting a VCR and projection (Rear of projection TV)
TV to a cable box Coaxial cable
1
AUX

1 Connect the single (input) jack of the TO Cable/


splitter to the incoming cable connection, CONVERTER
Antenna
and connect the other two (output) jacks IN
Splitter (not supplied)
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3
(using the coaxial cable) to IN on the cable OUT
VHF/UHF

S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO

box and VHF/UHF on the projection TV. (VAR/FIX)


AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO S VIDEO VCR
VIDEO Y VIDEO LINE

2 Using a coaxial cable, connect OUT on the


IN VHF/UHF

L
(MONO)
PB
L
(MONO)
LINE
OUT

IN
2
OUT
cable box to VHF/UHF IN on the VCR. AUDIO

R PR
AUDIO

3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables, VIDEO


COMPONENT

VMC-810S/820S
OUT

connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the S VIDEO AUDIO-L (not supplied)
IN

VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the AUDIO-R Cable box


YC-15V/30V
projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, Red- (not supplied) 3
10 AUDIO Right**).

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Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Note:
To view scrambled channels through the
cable box, select the video input which the
cable box is connected to by pressing TV/
VIDEO.
* If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a
VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO
cable.
** If you are connecting a monaural VCR, connect
only the single audio output to the left (MONO)
input on the projection TV.

Connecting a satellite receiver (Rear of projection TV)


Cable/
(SAT) AUX Antenna Satellite antenna
1 Connect the cable from the satellite cable
antenna to the satellite receiver.
TO
CONVERTER
2 1
2 Attach the coaxial cable from the incoming VIDEO 1
IN
VIDEO 3
OUT
VHF/UHF

cable connection or antenna to VHF/UHF S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO


(VAR/FIX) SAT
on the projection TV. VIDEO Y VIDEO SATELLITE IN
VHF/UHF
L AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO S VIDEO IN
L PB (MONO)

3 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO cables,


(MONO)

AUDIO AUDIO OUT


LINE OUT
R PR R

connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the COMPONENT

satellite receiver to AUDIO and S VIDEO S VIDEO


AUDIO-L
IN on the projection TV (White-AUDIO AUDIO-R
RK-74A (not supplied)
Left, Red-AUDIO Right). 3
Note:
To view input from the satellite receiver,
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
select the video input which the satellite
receiver is connected to by pressing TV/
VIDEO on the remote control.
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Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)


Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a satellite receiver
(SAT) and a VCR
1 Connect the cable from the satellite (Rear of projection TV)
antenna to the satellite receiver. 3 Coaxial cable
2 Attach the coaxial cable from the
AUX

SAT
incoming cable connection or antenna to TO
CONVERTER SATELLITE IN

VHF/UHF IN on the VCR. AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO S VIDEO OUT


VHF/UHF

IN

3
LINE
Using a coaxial cable, connect VHF/UHF VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3
OUT
VHF/UHF OUT IN

S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO


OUT on the VCR to VHF/UHF on the (VAR/FIX)

1
projection TV. VIDEO Y VIDEO

L PB
L
(MONO)
Satellite
4
(MONO)

Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables, AUDIO AUDIO


antenna
R PR R

cable YC-15V/
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the COMPONENT
30V
satellite receiver to AUDIO and S VIDEO VIDEO
VMC-810S/ 4 (not
S VIDEO 820S (not supplied)
IN on the VCR. AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R supplied)
5 Using AUDIO and S VIDEO* cables,
S VIDEO
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT on the LINE
IN
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO

VHF/UHF

VCR to AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the LINE


OUT

projection TV (White-AUDIO Left, Red- VCR OUT IN

5 2
AUDIO Right).
VMC-810S/820S (not supplied)
* If your VCR is not equipped with S VIDEO, use a
VIDEO cable (yellow) instead of the S VIDEO Cable/
cable. Antenna
Note: YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
To view input from the satellite receiver or
VCR, select the video input which your
satellite receiver or VCR is connected to
by pressing TV/VIDEO on the remote
control.
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13

Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)


Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting two VCRs for tape
editing
(Rear of projection TV)
By connecting a second VCR to MONITOR
OUT, you can record a program being played AUX

by the primary VCR to the second VCR or TO

perform tape editing and dubbing. CONVERTER

1 Connect the VCR intended for playback VIDEO 1


IN
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
OUT
using the connection instructions on page S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)

6 of this manual. VIDEO Y VIDEO

VCR (for playback) VCR (for recording)


2 Using an AUDIO/VIDEO cable, connect L L
PB (MONO)
(MONO)

AUDIO AUDIO
AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO OUT AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO OUT

AUDIO and VIDEO IN on the VCR LINE R PR R LINE


OUT IN IN IN
COMPONENT

intended for recording to AUDIO and VIDEO VIDEO


VIDEO OUT of MONITOR OUT on the AUDIO-L AUDIO-L
AUDIO-R AUDIO-R
projection TV.
1 VMC-810S/820S VMC-810S/820S 2
Notes: (not supplied) (not supplied)
Do not change the input signal while
editing through MONITOR OUT.
(Rear of projectionTV)
When connecting a single VCR to the
projection TV: if VCR LINE OUT is
connected to VIDEO IN on the projection VIDEO IN MONITOR
OUT
TV, do not connect MONITOR OUT on Indicates direction
the projection TV to the VCR LINE of signal
INPUT (see right). Doing so will cause VCR
program interference and other viewing IN
LINE
OUT
problems.

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13
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a DVD Player (Upper (Rear of projection TV)
illustration)
AUX
Using an AUDIO and S VIDEO cables,
connect AUDIO and S VIDEO IN on the TO
CONVERTER

projection TV to AUDIO and S VIDEO OUT DVD


S VIDEO
on the DVD Player (White-AUDIO Left, Red- VIDEO 1
IN
VIDEO 3
VHF/UHF
LINE OUT
RAUDIO 1L VIDEO
S VIDEO OUT S-LINK DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL COAXIAL

AUDIO Right). S VIDEO


OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)

Connecting a DVD Player with VIDEO Y VIDEO

L
Audio/S video
component video output
L PB
(MONO) (MONO)

AUDIO AUDIO
outputs
connectors (Lower illustration) R PR R

AUDIO-R COMPONENT

1 Using an AUDIO cable, connect AUDIO of AUDIO-L


LINE OUT on the DVD Player to AUDIO of Connect the DVD Player
VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV (White- RK-74A (not supplied) directly to the projection TV.
AUDIO Left, Red-AUDIO Right). Connecting the DVD Player
through other video
YC-15V/30V (not supplied)
2 Using three yellow VIDEO cables, connect equipment will cause
Y, PB, and PR of COMPONENT VIDEO (Rear of
unwanted picture noise.
OUT on the DVD Player to Y, PB, and PR of RK-74A (not supplied)
projection AUX

VIDEO 3 IN on the projection TV. TV) AUDIO-L


TO
AUDIO-R CONVERTER
Notes:
Since the high quality pictures on a DVD VIDEO 1
IN
VIDEO 3
disc contain a lot of information, picture S VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR AUDIO
VHF/UHF

noise may appear. In this case, adjust Noise (VAR/FIX)


DVD
Reduction in the Video menu. (see Noise VIDEO Y VIDEO

L LINE OUT S VIDEO OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT S-LINK DIGITAL OUT
Reduction on page 22)
L PB
(MONO) (MONO) RAUDIO 1L VIDEO Y B-Y R-Y OPTICAL COAXIAL

AUDIO AUDIO

Some DVD Player terminals may be labeled R PR R

differently. If so, connect as follows: COMPONENT

PR
Connect Y (green) to Y. PB VMC-10HG
Connect PB (blue) to CB, Cb or B-Y. Y (not supplied)
Connect PR (red) to CR, Cr or R-Y.

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Installing and Connecting the Projection TV (continued)


Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting an audio system
For more dynamic sound, connect an audio (Rear of projection TV)
system to the projection TV.
1 Using an AUDIO cable, connect AUDIO Stereo amplifier
(VAR/FIX) OUT on the projection TV to
one of the unused Line inputs (e.g. Tape- IN

2, AUX1, etc.) on the stereo. VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3


OUT
HRD

2 Set the stereo to the chosen Line input


S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO
(VAR/FIX)

VIDEO Y VIDEO AUDIO-L


and use the Audio menu to set the audio L L (white)
PB

output and switch the TVs speakers off.


(MONO) (MONO)

AUDIO AUDIO
CONTROL S
R PR R Line inputs
(see Audio Out and Speaker on page OUT

COMPONENT

28) AUDIO-R RK-74A


Note: (red) (not supplied)
You can adjust VOLUME, Bass,
Treble, Balance, MTS/SAP and
Effect with the supplied remote control.
The control items except VOLUME can be
adjusted only when Audio Out is set to
Variable in the Audio menu. (see
Audio Out on page 28)

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14
Disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Connecting a Sony SAVA series
speaker system (Rear of projection TV)
Use this connection to control the speakers
Dolby* Pro Logic surround system and
SAVA series
super woofer mode with the remote control. speaker system
(see SAVA SP Control on page 28) IN

1 Using the AUDIO cable supplied with the


VIDEO 1 VIDEO 3
OUT
S VIDEO MONITOR AUDIO AUDIO-L
speaker to AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT on (VAR/FIX)

(white)
the projection TV.
VIDEO Y VIDEO
1 IN L
L
(MONO)
PB
L
(MONO)
1
2 Using the CONTROL S cable, connect CONTROL S
OUT
AUDIO

R PR
AUDIO

CONTROL S IN on the speaker to COMPONENT 1 IN R


CONTROL S OUT on the projection TV. CONTROL S AUDIO-R (red)
Audio cord supplied
OUT RK-G34, etc. (not supplied) with the speakers
2
CONTROL S IN

* Manufactured under license from Dolby


Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Additionally licensed under Canadian patent
number 1,037,877. Dolby, the double-D
symbol a and Pro Logic are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.

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Basic Set Up
Using the buttons on the front panel of the
Using the Remote Control Setting Up the Projection TV projection TV:
Inserting the batteries
Automatically
FLASH FOCUS TV/VIDEO VOLUME + CHANNEL + POWER TIMER/STAND BY

The AUTO SET UP feature will allow you to


Insert two size AA (R6) batteries (supplied) set the on-screen language and set all
by matching the + and on the batteries to receivable channels.
the diagram inside the remote controls 1 Press POWER to turn on the projection
battery compartment. The AUTO SET UP feature does not apply for
TV.
installations that use a cable box for all channel
selection. The AUTO SET UP screen appears.
You can also set up the projection TV manually. POWER English : [CH+]
(see Using the Channel Set Up menu on pages Espaol :
Franais :
[CH]
[VOL+]
Auto Set Up : [VOL]
30 and 31)
First please connect
Notes: the antenna.
Press [ SET UP ] to exit.
Before you perform AUTO SET UP again,
Notes: make sure that the input from ANT (not
Remove the batteries to avoid damage
2 Press CHANNEL + to select English,
AUX) is selected by pressing ANT until
CHANNEL to select Espaol or
from possible battery leakage whenever AUX does not appear next to the
you anticipate that the remote control VOLUME + to select Franais.
channel number.
will not be used for an extended period. The screen will change to reflect your
Perform this function during the day, with
Handle the remote control with care. the antenna and/or cable properly choice.
Avoid dropping it, getting it wet, or connected, to ensure that all available VOLUME + CHANNEL + English :
Espaol :
[CH+]
[CH]
placing it in direct sunlight, near a heater channels will be broadcasting and Franais :
Auto Set Up :
[VOL+]
[VOL]
or where the humidity is high. receivable. Primero conecte la
antena.
Your remote control can be programmed to When you perform AUTO SET UP, all the Oprima [ SET UP ] para
salir.
operate most video equipment. settings in the Video, and Audio menus
(see Operating Video Equipment on are reset to the factory settings.
page 47)

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3 Press VOLUME to continue. To perform AUTO SET UP again
VOLUME +
Continue to
Auto Program ? FLASH FOCUS TV/VIDEO

Yes : [CH+]
No : [CH] SET UP MENU

FLASH FOCUS

Press SET UP inside the drop-down panel on


4 Press CHANNEL + to preset channels the projection TV and perform steps 2-4
automatically. above.

CHANNEL +
Press SET UP again to exit.
Auto Program
Press FLASH FOCUS.
Adjusting the Convergence The cross pattern appears and FLASH
Automatically (FLASH FOCUS) FOCUS begins to work. The adjustment is
completed when the cross pattern becomes
Auto Program appears and the The projection tube image appears on the white.
projection TV starts scanning and screen in three layers (red, green and blue). If
presetting channels automatically. While they do not converge, the color is poor and
scanning, the received channel will be the picture blurs.
displayed on the sub screen. When all the
receivable channels are stored, the lowest Before you use your projection TV, be sure to
numbered channel is displayed. adjust the convergence.
The FLASH FOCUS feature allows you to Note:
adjust the convergence automatically. FLASH FOCUS is canceled if you
Tips z perform any other function while FLASH
FOCUS is working.
It is recommended to perform FLASH FOCUS about
30 minutes after the projection TV is first turned on.
You can also perform FLASH FOCUS using the Set
Up menu on page 31. 19

Using Your New Projection TV (continued)


Watching the TV
Many TV features can be accessed directly
through the remote control. The following
chart will explain the function of some
buttons found on your remote control.

Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations PICTURE MODE

TV (FUNCTION) Activates the remote control for use with the projection TV.
Press PICTURE MODE repeatedly to directly
TV POWER Turns the projection TV on and off. If a video input indication (e.g., VIDEO 1, choose one of five different video modes that
VIDEO 2) appears on the screen, press TV/VIDEO until a channel number best suits the program you are watching.
appears. Vivid: Select for enhanced picture contrast and
sharpness.
0 - 9 Use for direct channel selection. Press 0-9 to select a channel (for example, Standard: Select to display a standard
to select channel 10, press 1 and 0). The channel will change after 2 picture for normal viewing environments.
and ENTER seconds, or you can press ENTER for immediate selection. Movie: Select to display a finely detailed
picture for low light environments.
CH +/ Press to scan through the channels (+ up or down). Personal 1, Personal 2: Select to customize
Speed Surf the Picture Adjustment of the Video menu
1 Press and hold CH + or to change the channel number rapidly. according to your personal preference.
2 Release to display the desired channel.
When you select Movie, Personal 1 and
VOL +/ Press to adjust the volume (+ up or down). Personal 2, you can also perform the Picture
MUTING Press to mute the sound. Muting will appear on the screen and will dim Adjustment (such as Brightness, Color, etc.)
three seconds later. To restore sound, press again or press VOL +. to suit your taste. For details, see Mode on
page 26.

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Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
TV/VIDEO Press repeatedly to scroll through available video inputs: REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
TV, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2 and VIDEO 3. INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
If you select Skip as a Video Label in the Set Up menu, your projection THIS MANUAL AS YOU
TV will skip the video input you selected. (see Video Label on page 35) REVIEW THIS CHART

JUMP Press to alternate or jump back and forth between two channels. The
projection TV will jump between the current channel and the last channel
selected using the 0-9 buttons.

FREEZE This is useful when you need to copy down information that appears on the
(yellow labeled TVs screen.
button) Press to freeze the desired picture. The frozen picture is displayed in the
window picture while viewing the normal picture of the current channel in the
main picture.
6
Normal motion
picture
Frozen picture
Reciipe
flour - - - - 2
s u g a r - - - 1/2
s a l t - - - - - 1/2
butter - - - 1

To change the location of the window picture, press V, v, B or b.


Press FREEZE again to display the normal picture.

DISPLAY Press to display the channel number, current time, channel caption (if set),
and MTS/SAP mode (if SAP is selected). The SAP indication disappears and
the other indications dim three seconds later.
To turn the display off, press DISPLAY again.
(continued)
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Using Your New Projection TV (continued)


Using the White Labeled Buttons for Projection TV Operations REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
CC Press repeatedly to scroll through available displays: REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
XDS (Extended Data Service) INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
Displays a network name, program name, program type, program length, THIS MANUAL AS YOU
program description, call letters and time of the show if the broadcaster REVIEW THIS CHART
offers this service.
Caption Vision
Displayed on the screen if the broadcaster offers this service. (see
Caption Vision on page 34)
No display
Off appears and the display is canceled.

SLEEP Press repeatedly until the projection TV displays the approximate time in
minutes (30, 60, or 90) that you want the projection TV to remain on before
shutting off automatically.
Cancel by pressing until Sleep Off appears.

ANT Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input. (for
(AUX input) detailed connection information, see Cable and antenna or Cable box and
cable on page 9)

MTS/SAP Press to scroll through the Multi-channel TV Sound (MTS) options:


Stereo, SAP, Mono and Auto SAP. (see MTS/SAP on page 27)

Press to select an audio option:


Simulated, Surround, BBE and Effect Off. (see Effect on page 27)

TV/VTR Press when you are finished using a VCR and you want to switch to the TV
input. The VCR power will remain on.

SYSTEM OFF Press to turn off the projection TV and all other Sony equipment.

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Watching Two Programs at One Time PIP
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows
you to view two channels simultaneously, Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations
one in the full size main picture and one in
Press to display a window picture.
a smaller window picture.
PIP Each time you press this button, the picture size will change
You can move the window picture to any (1/9 n1/16 nno display).
location on the screen.
To close the window picture, press PIP repeatedly until it disappears.
The symbol b or B The symbol Press POSITION repeatedly to change the location of the window picture
indicates which picture's indicates which POSITION
TV channel or input picture's sound is being (counterclockwise) around the main picture.
source can be changed. received. or You can also change the location by pressing the V, v, B or b button.
The window picture moves in the direction of the arrow indicated on the
TV channel or input-
source mode for the pressed button.
Main 6
main picture* (yellow-
picture green-colored)
10 Press to select either the main or window picture in order to change the
TV channel or input- ACTIVE TV channel or video source using the white labeled buttons below. The
source mode for the
window picture* symbol b (or B) will appear to indicate which pictures channel or input
(white-colored) mode can be changed.
Window
picture Press repeatedly to scroll through the available video inputs for the
TV/VIDEO
picture on which the symbol b (or B) is displayed. (see TV/VIDEO on
* It will dim in about 3 seconds.
(white labeled page 21)
Tip z button)
If you press RESET in PIP mode, the window picture
will move to the bottom right (factory-preset location).

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Using Your New Projection TV (continued)


Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations REFER TO THE
ILLUSTRATION OF THE
CH Press to select the TV channel on which the symbol b is REMOTE CONTROL ON THE
displayed. (for details, see Watching the TV on page 20) INSIDE FRONT COVER OF
JUMP
or 0 - 9 or Speed Surf THIS MANUAL AS YOU
1 Press and hold CH + or to change the channel number rapidly. REVIEW THIS CHART
and ENTER
2 Release to display the desired channel.
Note:
(white labeled button)
If one of the pictures received through
ANT Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input for the picture on PIP is snowy, the entire screen may
which the symbol b (or B) is displayed. become unstable. In this case, erase the
(white labeled snowy channel. (see Channel Skip/
button) Add on page 31)

AUDIO Press to alternate sound between the main picture and the window picture. The
symbol will appear for a few seconds to indicate which pictures sound is being
received.

This is useful when you need to copy down information of the main picture.
FREEZE Press to freeze the desired scene in the main picture. The frozen picture is displayed
in the window picture while viewing the normal picture in the main picture. The
window picture size is automatically changed to 1/9 if it was 1/16.
Press again to resume normal PIP viewing.

SWAP Press to switch the audio and video of the main picture and the window picture.
Each time you press SWAP, the picture and sound of the two will be exchanged.

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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus)
3 Press V or v to highlight the desired Set Up
Learning Menu Selection option.
Parental Control
Caption Vision: CC1
Language: English
Video Label
Use the MENU button to access a menu and Set Up ch
Flash Focus: No

use the V, v, B, b and buttons to alter the Parental Control


Caption Vision: CC1
Language: English
settings. Use the following example to learn Video Label
Flash Focus: No Move Select Exit MENU
how to modify settings. ch

1 Press the MENU button. Some adjustment menus may require


Move Select Exit MENU
The main menu appears. further operations. For details, see each
Video
4 Press . menu option.
Mode: Vivid
Picture Adjustment
MENU Trinitone: High To return to the previous screen (except
Noise Reduction: Off Options for your selection (Pop-up menu
for the slider adjustment menus), choose
ch
or Adjusting menu) will be displayed.
at the bottom of the menu and press
MENU
or B.
Move Select Exit

6 Once you have completed all menu


2 Press V or v to highlight the desired menu corrections, press MENU to exit the menu
and press to activate it. Pop-up menu Adjusting menu screens.
Set Up Video Label
MENU
Parental Control VIDEO1: VIDEO1
Caption Vision: CC1 VIDEO2: VIDEO2
Set Up Language: English VIDEO3: VIDEO3
Parental Control Video Label Espaol
C a p t i o n VSi seito N
n :e w F l a s h F o c u sF: r a n aNi so
ch
L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
ch Flash Focus: No To exit from the menus at any
Move Select Exit MENU
Move Select Exit MENU time
Move Select Exit MENU
Press MENU.
5 Press V or v to make your selection and
You may also press b to activate your press to activate it.
The previous screen will reappear. Tip z
selection.
You can also use the MENU, / and buttons
inside the front drop-down panel of the projection TV
for the menu selection. 25

Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


Using the Video Menu Mode You can choose one of five different video modes that best suits the program you
are watching. You can also perform the Picture Adjustment (such as
Customized
Video picture viewing Brightness, Color, etc.) for Movie, Personal 1 or Personal 2 to suit your
Mode: Vivid
Picture Adjustment taste.
Trinitone: High Vivid: Select for enhanced picture contrast and sharpness.
Noise Reduction :Off
Standard: Select to display a standard picture for normal viewing
environments.
ch

Movie: Select to display a finely detailed picture for low light environments.
Personal 1, Personal 2: Select to customize the Picture Adjustment of the
Move Select Exit MENU
Video menu according to your personal preference.
Press PICTURE MODE on the remote control for direct selection of a Mode
For detailed information on using the remote
setting.
control to modify menu settings, refer to
Learning Menu Selection on page 25. Picture First select Movie, Personal 1 or Personal 2 from Mode, then highlight the
Adjustment desired option using the V or v button and press to display the adjusting
To select the Video menu: Picture adjustment slider of the selected option.
Picture: Adjust slider right (up) to increase picture Personal 1
Display / Highlight / Select contrast; left (down) to decrease it. Picture
Brightness
Brightness: Adjust slider right (up) to brighten the Color
Hue
MENU picture; left (down) to darken it. Sharpness ch

Color: Adjust slider right (up) to increase color


intensity; left (down) to decrease it.
Exit MENU
Hue: Adjust slider right (up) to increase the green Move Select

tones; left (down) to increase the red tones.


To restore the factory settings Sharpness: Adjust slider right (up) to sharpen the
Press RESET on the remote control while the picture; left (down) to soften it.
Video menu is selected. To restore each
Trinitone High: Select to give the white colors a blueish tint.
Mode to the factory setting, press RESET
White intensity Medium: Select to give the white colors a neutral tint.
after selecting the mode to be reset. adjustment NTSC Standard: Select to give the white colors a reddish tint.

Noise Reduction Select On to reduce picture noise.


Noise reduction Select Off to cancel the feature.
Noise Reduction can be set separately from the Mode settings of the Video
menu.
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Using the Audio Menu Treble Adjust slider right (up) to increase high pitched sounds.
Sound adjustment Adjust slider left (down) to decrease high pitched sounds.
Audio
Treble
Bass
Balance
MTS/SAP: Stereo
} Sliders Bass
Sound adjustment
Adjust slider right (up) to increase low pitched sounds.
Adjust slider left (down) to decrease low pitched sounds.
Auto Volume: On
ch Effect: Surround
Speaker: On Balance Adjust slider right (up) to emphasize right speaker volume.
Audio Out: Variable
SAVA SP Control
Sound adjustment Adjust slider left (down) to emphasize left speaker volume.
MENU
Move Select Exit MTS/SAP When the sound is intermittent due to poor reception conditions, select Stereo
Enjoy stereo, or SAP.
For detailed information on using the remote bilingual and mono Stereo: Select for stereo reception when viewing a program broadcast in stereo.
control to modify menu settings, refer to programs. SAP: Select to listen to a bilingual broadcast. (non-SAP programs will be muted
when this feature is selected)
Learning Menu Selection on page 25. Mono: Select for mono reception. (use to reduce noise during stereo broadcasts)
Auto SAP: Select to listen to SAP when a SAP program is broadcast and return
To select the Audio menu: to stereo reception automatically for non-SAP programs.
MTS/SAP
Display / Highlight / Select Quick MTS access: Press on the remote control to cycle through the
MTS/SAP options as follows: Stereo n SAP n Mono n Auto SAP.
MENU
Auto Volume On: Sound output coming from TV speakers have the volume level equalized for all
Adjust the sound channel audio inputs when broadcasts have different sound transmission levels.
level. Off: Sound output coming from the TV speakers varies according to the received
channel.
To restore the factory settings
Effect Effect can only be set when Speaker is set to On or Off.
Press RESET on the remote control while the Customizes Simulated: Adds a surround-like effect to mono programs.
Audio menu is selected. surround sound Surround: Simulates sound with the atmosphere of a movie theater or a concert
* The BBE is manufactured by Sony Corporation effects based on the hall for stereo programs.
under license from BBE Sound, Inc. It is covered programs audio BBE*: Centers the sound intensity to the front, creating an effect as if you were
by U.S. Patent No. 4,638,258 and No. 4,482,866. type. seated in front of an orchestra.
The word BBE and the BBE symbol are the Off: Normal stereo or mono reception.
trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc. Quick Effect access: Press on the remote control to cycle through the
Effect options as follows: Simulated n Surround n BBE n Effect Off.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


Speaker On: Select to listen to the sound from the projection TV speakers alone.
Custom selection Off: Select to turn off the projection TV speakers and listen to the
of audio output projection TVs sound only through an external audio systems speakers.
source SAVA SP: Select to turn off the projection TV speakers and listen to the projection
TVs sound only through the Sony SAVA series speaker system. You can
adjust volume, muting, Surround Mode, and Super Woofer Mode with the
projection TVs remote control. (see SAVA SP Control below)

Audio Out Audio Out can only be set when Speaker is set to Off.
Easy control of Fixed: Sound output is held at a fixed level through the audio system.
volume adjustment Use the AV receivers remote control to adjust the volume.
Variable: Sound output varies according to the TV settings.
Useful when you want to use your remote control to control the output of a
separate audio system.

SAVA SP Control SAVA SP Control can only be set when Sony SAVA speaker system is
Controls Sony connected to the AUDIO (VAR/FIX) OUT connectors and Speaker is set to
SAVA speakers SAVA SP. (see Speaker above)
mode. You can also adjust the SAVA speakers volume using VOL +/ of the projection
TVs remote control.
Surround Mode: Select to activate the SAVA Speakers surround mode.
Super Woofer Mode: Select to activate the SAVA Speakers super woofer mode.

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Using the Timer Menu Daylight Savings Spring: Select Yes to compensate for Daylight Saving Time.
Automatically The current time automatically moves ahead one hour.
Timer
Daylight Savings: Yes adjusts the time. Fall: Select No at the end of Daylight Saving Time.
Current Time The current time moves back one hour.
On / Off Timer

ch Current Time 1 Press , then press V or v until the current day Current Time

Necessary for the (Sun-Sat) is displayed, and press . : AM


- - - - - : - - AM 2 Press V or v until the current hour (1-12) and
Timer.
Move Select Exit MENU
AM/PM is displayed, and press .
3 Press V or v until the current minute (00-59) is
After setting the clock you can use the timer displayed, and press .
Move Select Exit MENU

to turn the projection TV on and off. The clock has now started. Press MENU to exit.
For detailed information on using the remote
On/Off Timer 1 Press V or v until the desired day or range of days On/Off Timer
control to modify menu settings, refer to
Wake up or (Every Sun-Sat, Every Mon-Fri, Sunday, Monday, ...
Learning Menu Selection on page 25.
: AM h ch
scheduled viewing. Saturday, Every Sunday, ... Every Saturday) is
To select the Timer menu: displayed, and press .
Sun 12:00AM
2 Press V or v until the time (hours and minutes) that
Display / Highlight / Select you want the projection TV to remain on is displayed, Move Select Exit MENU

and then press .


MENU 3 Press V or v to set the time duration (maximum of 6 hours) and press .
4 Press V or v to select the desired channel and press .
The timer is now set. The TIMER/STAND BY indicator on your projection TV
will be lit.
Tip z Press MENU to exit. To cancel your timer setting, press RESET while in the On/
Set daylight saving time before setting the clock. Any Off Timer window. Performing Auto Program will erase all Timer settings.
loss of power will cause these settings to be erased.

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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


ch
Using the Channel Set Up Channel You can add a caption for up to 32 channels of VHF/ Channel Caption

Menu Caption UHF input. Channel:


Easy recognition With the Channel Caption window open: Caption:

Channel Set Up
Channel Caption
of the channel 1 Press and then press V or v to select the desired
Favorite Channel :Auto you are watching channel. You can view the channel that is selected
Channel Skip/Add MENU
Move Select Exit
Auto Program with the Channel Caption menu in the sub screen.
Cable: On
ch
2 Press .
3 Press V or v to display the first letter or number of the
MENU
caption and press to select it.
Move Select Exit
Repeat until up to five digits are selected.
4 Press .
For detailed information on using the remote To erase a caption, press RESET.
control to modify menu settings, refer to
Learning Menu Selection on page 25. Favorite The Favorite Channel feature enables easy access to the eight channels that you
Channel preset (or the last channel that you were watching).
To select the Channel Set Up ch

Users favorite (for details on how to set up this feature, see Setting and Selecting Favorite
menu: channels Channel on page 32)

Display / Highlight ch
/ Select

MENU

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Channel After AUTO SET UP, you can erase unnecessary Channel Skip/Add
ch

1: Skip
Skip/Add channels from the channel preset memory. 2: Skip
3: Add
Skips unnecessary With the Channel Skip/Add window open: 4: Add
5: Add
channels. 1 Press V or v to select the desired channel. You can 6:
7:
Add
Add
8: Add
view the channel that is selected with the Channel 9: Add
Select a channel
Skip/Add menu in the sub screen. You can also use Move Select Exit MENU

CH +/ or 09 and ENTER buttons.


2 Press .
3 Press V or v to select Skip, and press .
The selected channel will be erased.
If you want to re-enter the skipped channel, follow the steps above and select
Add.

Auto Program Select Yes to signal the projection TV to automatically program all receivable
Automatic channels. When all the receivable channels are stored, the lowest numbered
channel presetting channel is displayed.
Select No to cancel Auto Program.

Cable Select On if your projection TV is connected to a cable system.


Cable system Select Off if your projection TV is connected to an antenna.
setting

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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


2 Press V or v to select Manual and press 4 Press V or v to select a channel and press
Setting and Selecting . .
Favorite Channel The Favorite Channel menu will appear. You have now selected a favorite channel.
The Favorite Channel feature of your If you set Channel Caption names (e.g. ch
Favorite Channel
projection TV enables easy access to the eight CNN, HBO), they will also be displayed.
1.
2.
1 CNN
8
3. 10 SPTN
channels that you preset (or the last channel (see Channel Caption on page 30) 4. 20
5. 30
that you were watching). 6.
7.
40
50
8. 100
Your Favorite Channel options can be set ch
Favorite Channel
1. 1 CNN
2. 2
automatically or manually. 3. 10 SPTN
Select a channel
4. 20
5. 30
The factory setting for Favorite Channel is 6. 40
5 Use V and v to program other favorite
7. 50
Auto. 8. 100
channels. (Follow steps 3 and 4.)
When Favorite Channel is set to Auto, Select a position

the last eight channels selected with the 09 6 Press MENU when you have finished.
buttons will be set as Favorite Channel Your favorite channels are now ready for
options. If you want to input your own 3 Press V or v to select a position (18), and use.
selections as Favorite Channel settings, set to press .
Manual.
Favorite Channel
Setting Favorite Channel manually
ch

1. 1 CNN
2. 2
3. 10 SPTN

1 Select Favorite Channel from the 4.


5.
6.
20
30
40
Channel Set Up menu. (see page 30) 7. 50
8. 100

Channel Set Up Select a channel


Channel Caption
Favorite Channe: Auto
C h a n n e l S k i p / A d dM a n u a l
Auto Program
ch Cable: On

Move Select Exit MENU

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Changing Favorite Channel choices Using Favorite Channel 3 Press to select the channel.
You have the option of returning to the You can use the Favorite Channel feature to The selected channel will be displayed for
Favorite Channel screen to adjust any of your directly select the channel you want to watch. normal viewing.
favorite channel choices.
1 Press once.
Simply proceed as described in Setting The favorite channel menu and a window
Favorite Channel manually (skip step 2 if
picture will be superimposed over the
Manual is already selected).
current channel. The window picture
When you reach step 3, select the position displays the channel selected from the
you want to change and press . Press V or menu.
v to select a new channel. To cancel the favorite channel menu before
ch
Favorite Channel 1 CNN selecting a channel, press V or v to select
1. 6 2
2.
3.
2
10 SPTN
10 SPTN
20
Exit at the bottom of the menu and press
4.
5.
20
30
30
40
50
.
6. 40 100
7. 50 Exit
8. 100

Select a channel
2 Press V or v to select the channel that you
Press MENU when you are done. wish to view from the menu.
The picture of the selected channel will be
displayed in the window picture.

1 CNN
2
10 SPTN
20
30
40
50
100
Exit

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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


Using the Set Up Menu Parental Allows you to block TV programs that you feel are unsuitable for your
Control children.
Set Up
Parental Control Blocks programs (see Using the Parental Control Feature on page 36 for details)
Caption Vision: CC1
Language: English unsuitable for
Video Label
Flash Focus: No children.
ch

Caption Vision Some programs are broadcast with Caption Vision. Set Up
Parental Control
Television closed To display Caption Vision, select CC 1, CC 2, Caption Vision:
Language:
CC1
CC2
Video Label CC3
Move Select Exit MENU
caption display CC 3, CC 4, TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3 or TEXT4 from Flash Focus: C CN4o
ch
Text1
the menu. Then press the CC button until Caption Text2
For detailed information on using the remote Vision is displayed.
Text3
Text4

control to modify menu settings, refer to CC 1, CC 2, CC 3 or CC 4 displays a printed Move Select Exit MENU

Learning Menu Selection on page 25. version of the dialogue or sound effects of a
To select the Set Up menu: program. (The mode should be set to CC 1 for most
programs.) TEXT1, TEXT2, TEXT3, or TEXT4
Display / Highlight / Select displays network/station information presented using
either half or the whole screen.
MENU
Notes:
Poor reception of TV programs can cause errors in Caption Vision and XDS.
Captions may appear with a white box or other errors instead of the intended
text.
XDS, Caption Vision, and the status display cannot be used at the same time.

Language Select from available languages (English, Espaol or Franais) to display all
Preferred language menus in your language of choice.

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Video Label This feature allows you to label each input mode so Video Label
VIDEO1: VIDEO1
Easy recognition of that you can easily identify the connected equipment VIDEO2: VIDEO2
VIDEO3: VIDEO3
connected (e.g. you can label VIDEO 1 IN as VHS).
equipment
(e.g. SAT, VHS,
etc.) Move Select Exit MENU
With the Video Label window open:

1 Press V or v to select the input mode you want to Video Label


VIDEO1: Video1
VHS
label and press . VIDEO2:
VIDEO3: 8mm
Beta
LD
2 Press V or v to select the label and press . SAT
DVD
AV RECEIVER
DTV
Skip
Video Label Options: Move Select Exit MENU

VIDEO 1: VIDEO 1, VHS, 8mm, Beta, LD, SAT, DVD, AV RECEIVER, DTV,
Skip
VIDEO 2/3: VIDEO 2/VIDEO 3, VHS, 8mm, Beta, LD, SAT, DVD, DTV, Skip
If you select Skip, your projection TV will skip this connection when you scan
through video sources using the TV/VIDEO button.

Flash Focus Select Yes and press to start Flash Focus adjustment. When the
Automatic adjustment is completed, the cross pattern on the screen becomes white. (for
convergence details, see page 19)
adjustment Select No to cancel Flash Focus.

35

Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


1 Select Parental Control from the Set Up 4 Make sure that Country is highlighted,
Using the Parental Control menu. (see page 34) and press .
Feature Set Up
Parental Control
Parental Control
Country: U
U .. S
S .. A
A ..
The TV programs and movies shown on TV C a p t i o n VSi seito N
n :e w
L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
P a r e n t a l L o cCk a: n Oadf fa
are given a rating signal based on the V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
Flash Focus: No
Rating:
Change Password
Child

following rating systems.


ch

In U.S.A.: U.S. Television Parental Guidelines


to rate television programs (U.S. TV ratings), Move Select Exit MENU
Move Select Exit MENU

and Motion Picture Association of America 2 Enter a four digit password* using the 0
(MPAA) Guidelines to rate movies including 9 buttons. 5 Press V or v to select your country (U.S.A.
those shown on TV (movie ratings) Set Up or Canada), and press .
Parental Control
In Canada: Canadian English Language C a p t i o n VCi soinofni r: m
Parental Control
ratings to rate television programs in English, L a n g u a g eP: a s s w o r d
V i d e o L a b e_ l _ _ _
Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
and Canadian French Language ratings to ch Flash Focus: No
Rating: Child
rate those in French. Change Password

To block programs you feel are unsuitable for Move Select Exit MENU

your children, you need to set the TV for the


desired rating systems. Sonys predetermined * Do not enter 4357 corresponding to HELP Move Select Exit MENU

ratings are also available. on a phone number pad. (see page 43)
6 Press V or v to select Parental Lock,
See pages 43 to 45 for a description of the 3 To confirm the password, re-enter the and press .
ratings. same password with the 09 buttons.
Parental Control
The Parental Control feature of the TV Your password is stored and the Parental Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : OOf n
functions by receiving the rating signal from Control menu automatically appears. Rating: C h iO
f
l df f

your local broadcasting station or cable If you want to change the password, see Change Password

service provider. page 42.


Parental Control
Country: U.S.A.
Activating the Parental Control P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
Move Select Exit MENU

Rating: Child
Feature Change Password

First, set a password, then select your desired


rating from Sonys predetermined ratings. Move Select Exit MENU

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7 Press V or v to select On, and press To deactivate the Parental Control 3 Press V or v to select Parental Lock,
. feature and press .
Parental Control
Country: U.S.A.
If you set Parental Lock in the Parental Parental Control
Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating: Child
Control menu to Off, the Parental Control P a r e n t a l L o c k : OOf n
Rating: C h iO
f
l df f
Change Password feature will not work and you can view all Change Password

TV programs and movies shown on TV.


Move Select Exit MENU 1 Select Parental Control from the Set Up Move Select Exit MENU

menu. (see page 34)


8 Press V or v to select Rating, and press Set Up
4 Press V or v to select Off, and press
. Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
.
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
Video Label Parental Control
Parental Control Flash Focus: No
Country: U.S.A.
ch
Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On P a r e n t a l L o c k : Off
Rating: Child Rating: Child
C h a n g e P a s s w oY r do u t h Change Password
Move Select Exit MENU
Young Adult
Custom

Ages up to 6
Move Select Exit MENU 2 Enter your four digit password using the Move Select Exit MENU

0-9 buttons.
9 Press V or v to select a desired rating The Parental Control menu appears. 5 Press MENU to exit the menu.
(Child, Youth and Young Adult),
Parental Control
and press . Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating: Child
If you want to select the ratings from Change Password

Custom, go to step 4 of Selecting a


Custom Rating in U.S.A. on page 38 or
Move Select Exit MENU
Selecting a Custom Rating in Canada
on page 41, according to your Country
setting.
10 Press MENU to exit the menu.
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


To unlock the Parental Control feature Selecting a Custom Rating in 3 Press V or v to select Rating, and press
temporarily .
U.S.A.
When you select a Parental Control program, Parental Control
If you want to select the ratings to be blocked Country: U.S.A.
no sound or picture except for a channel P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
from Custom once you have activated the Rating: Child
number will appear. The indicator is
Parental Control feature (page 37), follow the C h a n g e P a s s w oY r do u t h
Young Adult
displayed. To view the program, follow the
procedure below. Custom

steps below. Ages up to 6


For a detailed description of each rating, see Move Select Exit MENU

1 Press ENTER to display the Password What the Ratings Mean on pages 43 to 45.
screen.
1 Select Parental Control from the Set Up 4 Press V or v to select Custom, and
2 Enter your password using the 09 press .
menu. (see page 34)
buttons. Parental Control will be canceled
Set Up
(Parental Lock set to Off) until you Parental Control Custom Rating
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
turn your projection TV off. L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _ TV Rating
Movie Rating
Video Label
ch Flash Focus: No Unrated: View All

Move Select Exit MENU Select category


Move Select Exit MENU

2 Enter your four digit password using the


09 buttons.
The Parental Control menu appears.
Make sure that Country is set to
U.S.A.
Parental Control
Country: U.S.A.
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating: Child
Change Password

Move Select Exit MENU

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First, select a TV rating. 7 Press V or v to select , and press . 8 Press B or b to select the extender to be
5 Press V or v to select TV Rating, and The indicator automatically appears viewed, and press .
press . beside the selected rating and all higher
ratings, indicating that the programs that TV Rating

match the ratings will be blocked. TVY _


TVY7 _ :FV _
TV Rating TVG _
TVPG :D L S V
TVY _ TV14 :D L S V
TVY7 _ :FV _ TV Rating
TVMA : LSV
TVG _ TVY _
TVPG _ :D _ L _ S _ V _ TVY7 _ :FV _ Block content
TV14 _ :D _ L _ S _ V _ TVG _ Move Select Exit MENU
TVMA _ : L_S_V_ TVPG :D L S V
TV14 :D L S V
Select rating TVMA : LSV
Move Select Exit MENU

Select category 9 Press V or v to select , and press .


Move Select Exit MENU

appears beside the selected extender,


6 Press V or v to select the TV rating to be indicating that the programs that match
Some ratings have additional content
blocked, and press . the extender can be viewed.
ratings called extenders. The extenders
are defined as follows: D (sexually If you select , is displayed to
TV Rating suggestive Dialog), FV (Fantasy show that the programs that match the
_
TVY
TVY7 _ :FV _ Violence), L (coarse Language), S (Sexual extender will be blocked again.
_
TVG
TVPG _ :D _ L _ S _ V _ situations) and V (Violence). By setting
_ :D _ L _ S _ V _
TV14
TVMA _ : L_S_V_ the extenders, you can define additional TV Rating
TVY _
Allow rating
viewing limits. For more details of TVY7 _ :FV _
TVG _
Move Select Exit MENU
extenders, see page 45. TVPG :D L S V _
TV14 :D L S V
All of the extenders included in the TVMA : LSV

selected ratings will be blocked. If you Select category


Move Select Exit MENU

wish to allow any of them to be viewed,


go to step 8. (continued)

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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


10 Repeat steps 8 and 9 for other extenders. 13 Press V or v to select the movie rating to To block TV programs and/or movies
All programs that match the ratings you be blocked, and press . for which a rating signal is not given
select and higher, except for the (NR and N/A)
Movie Rating

extenders that were canceled, will be G


PG

For a description of the NR and N/A ratings,
PG13
blocked. R see page 44.
NC17

11 After setting of the TV rating is complete, X


1 Perform steps 14 of Selecting a Custom
press V or v to select , and press . Block rating
MENU
Rating in U.S.A. on page 38.
Move Select Exit

Custom Rating 2 Press V or v to select Unrated, and


TV Rating
Movie Rating 14 Press V or v to select , and press . press .
Unrated: View All
The indicator automatically appears
Custom Rating
beside the selected rating and all higher TV Rating
Select category ratings, indicating that the programs that Movie Rating
Unrated: VVi ieew
w All
Move Select Exit MENU
match the ratings will be blocked. TV
Moo vv i e
M
Both
B
Second, select a movie rating. Movie Rating No block

12 Press V or v to select Movie Rating, and G
PG
PG13


Move Select Exit MENU

press . R
NC17

Movie Rating
G Select rating
PG Move Select Exit MENU
PG13
R
NC17
X
15 Press MENU to exit the menu.
Select rating
Move Select Exit MENU

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3 Press V or v to select the type of Selecting a Custom Rating in
3 Press V or v to select Rating, and press
programs to be blocked, and press . .
Canada
Custom Rating Parental Control
TV Rating If you want to select the ratings to be blocked Country: Canada
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Movie Rating
Unrated: VVii ee w A l ll
from Custom once you have activated the Rating: Child
C h a n g e P a s s w oY r do u t h
TV
Mo v i e
M
V
Parental Control feature (page 37), follow the Young Adult

Block all unrated


B o t hh
procedure below. Custom

programming Ages up to 6
Move Select Exit MENU For a detailed description of each rating, see Move Select Exit MENU

What the Ratings Mean on pages 45 and


46. 4 Press V or v to select Custom, and press
To block ... Select ... 1 Select Parental Control from the Set Up .
menu. (see page 34)
No program View All Set Up
Custom Rating

(to view any unrated TV Parental Control


C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
English Rating
French Rating
L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
program and movie) Video Label
U.S.A. Rating

ch Flash Focus: No

Unrated TV programs TV
Select category
Move Select Exit MENU
Move Select Exit MENU
Unrated movies Movie
2 Enter your four digit password using the
Unrated TV programs and Both (continued)
09 buttons.
movies
The Parental Control menu appears.
Make sure that Country is set to
4 Press MENU to exit the menu. Canada.
Parental Control
Country: Canada
P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
Rating: Child
Change Password

Move Select Exit MENU

41

Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


5 Press V or v to select the rating you want 7 Press V or v to select , and press . Changing the Password
to block, and press . The indicator automatically appears
The selected rating appears. beside the selected rating and all 1 Select Parental Control from the Set Up
higher ratings, indicating that the menu. (see page 34)
Canadian English Rating programs that match the ratings will be Set Up
English Rating
C _
blocked. Parental Control
C a p t i o n VPi saisosnw: o r dC C 1
G _ L a n g u a g e :_ _ _ _
C8+ _ Video Label
_ English Rating Flash Focus: No
PG ch

14+ _ C _
18+ _ G _
C8+ _
Select rating PG MENU
Move Select Exit
Move Select Exit MENU 14+
18+

Select rating
2 Enter your four digit password using the
Canadian French Rating U.S. TV Rating
Move Select Exit MENU
09 buttons.
French Rating U.S.A. Rating
The Parental Control menu appears.
G
8 ans+ _
_ TVY
TVY7
_
_ :FV _
Some U.S. TV ratings have additional Parental Control
Country: U.S.A.
13 ans+ _
16 ans+ _
TVG
TVPG
_
_ :D _ L _ S _ V _
content ratings called extenders, such P a r e n t a l L o c k : On
18 ans+ _ Rating: Child
TV14
TVMA
_
_
:D _ L _ S _ V _
: L_S_V_
as D, FV, L, S and V. By setting the Change Password

Select rating Select rating


extenders, see steps 7 to 10 of Selecting a
Move Select Exit MENU Move Select Exit MENU
Custom Rating in U.S.A. on pages 39
and 40. For more details of extenders, see Move Select Exit MENU

page 45. 3 Press V or v to select Change Password,


6 Press V or v to select the TV rating to be
blocked, and press . All of the extenders included in the and press .
selected ratings will be blocked. If you
Example: Canadian English Rating wish to allow any of them to be viewed, Parental Control
English Rating
C _
go to step 8. Country: U.S.A
Parental Lock: On
_ Rating: Child
G
C8+ _
_
8 Press MENU to exit the menu. Change Password
New
PG ____
14+
18+ _ Use [0-9] to enter
new four digit
password
Allow rating Move Exit MENU
Move Select Exit MENU

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4 Enter a new four digit password using If you have forgotten your password
the 09 buttons. What the Ratings Mean
Parental Control
In step 2 of Changing the Password on
Country: U.S.A
Parental Lock: On
page 42, enter the master password 4357 Ratings in U.S.A.
Rating: Child
(corresponding to HELP on a phone
Change Password
Sonys predetermined ratings
Confirm
____ number pad). You can then store a new
password. These are original ratings that Sony
Confirm password predetermined according to the viewers age.
Move Exit MENU
Notes: Each rating allows you to view the certain
If you entered 4357 as your password programs, as follows.
5 Enter the password set in step 4 again to the first time, you cannot store a new
confirm. password. (see step 2 of Activating the See pages 44 and 45 for a description of each
If you entered it incorrectly, Password Parental Control Feature on page 36) rating.
incorrect appears. When you select a Parental Control Child: Suitable for children under the age of
Re-enter the correct password. program and the indicator is 6.
displayed on the screen, you cannot view Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, NR, and N/A
6 Press MENU to exit the menu. Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-G, and
that program even if you enter 4357.
(see To unlock the Parental Control TV-NR
feature temporarily on page 38) Youth: Suitable for children aged 7 and
older.
Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, PG, NR, and
N/A
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-
G, TV-PG, and TV-NR
Young Adult: Suitable for children aged 13
and older.
Viewable U.S. movie ratings: G, PG, PG-13,
NR, and N/A
Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-
G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-NR
(continued)
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Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


U.S. movie ratings NC-17 or X (No One 17 Or Under Admitted.): TV-Y7 (Directed to Older Children): This
U.S. movie ratings are for movies (including This is a film that most parents would program is designed for children aged 7 and
those shown on TV) rated according to the consider not suitable for children aged 17 above. Themes and elements in this program
Motion Picture Association of America and under. There may be violence, sex, may include mild fantasy violence or
(MPAA) Guidelines. abberrational behavior, drug abuse or other slapstick violence, or may frighten children
elements of concern. under the age of 7.
G (General AudiencesAll Ages
Admitted): In G-rated films no strong words NR (Not Rated): This is a film that a producer TV-G (General Audience): Most parents
are used, the violence is at a minimum, has not rated, intending to have his film would find this program suitable for all ages.
nudity and sex scenes are not present, nor is widely released. It contains little or no violence, no strong
there any drug use. language and little or no sexual dialog or
N/A (Not Applicable): This is a film that a
situations.
PG (Parental Guidance Suggested. Some producer considers outside the scope of the
Material May Not Be Suitable For MPAA ratings. TV-PG (Parental Guidance Suggested):
Children): This is a film which may need to Note: This program contains some material that
be monitored first by parents. NR and N/A ratings are shown together parents may find unsuitable for younger
as Unrated in the menu. children.
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some
Material May Be Inappropriate For TV-14 (Parents Strongly Cautioned): This
Children Under 13): Parents are alerted to be program contains some material that many
U.S. TV ratings parents would find unsuitable for children
very careful about the attendance of their
U.S. TV ratings are for TV programs rated under the age of 14.
under-teenage children when viewing.
according to the U.S. Television Parental
R (Restricted, Under 17 Require TV-MA (Mature Audience Only): This
Guidelines.
Accompanying Parent Or Adult Guardian): program is specifically designed to be
TV-Y (All Children): This program is viewed by adults and therefore may be
This film includes hard language, tough
designed for young children aged 26 and is unsuitable for children under the age of 17.
violence, nudity, drug abuse or other
appropriate for all children.
elements of concern.

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TV-NR (Not Rated/Unrated): This is a Young Adult: Suitable for children aged 14
Ratings in Canada and older.
program broadcast without any rating, such
as news, news flashes or sports. Viewable Canadian English Language
Sonys predetermined ratings
ratings: C, G, C8+, PG and 14+
Note: These are original ratings that Sony Viewable Canadian French Language
The TV-NR rating is shown as Unrated in predetermined according to the viewers age. ratings: G, 8 ans+, 13 ans+
the menu. Each rating allows you to view the certain Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-
programs, as follows. G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-NR
About the extenders of U.S. TV ratings See the right column and page 46 for a
description of each rating.
TV-Y7, TV-PG, TV-14 and TV-MA ratings Canadian English Language ratings
have additional content ratings called Child: Suitable for children under the age of The Canadian English Language Ratings are
extenders to define additional viewing 7. for TV programs in English broadcast in
limits. The extenders are defined as follows: Viewable Canadian English Language Canada.
ratings: C and G
D (sexually suggestive Dialog): Programs Viewable Canadian French Language C (Programming intended for children
containing suggestive dialog, or sexual ratings: G under age 8): There will be no realistic
innuendo Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-G, and scenes of violence or no offensive language,
TV-NR nudity or sexual content. Careful attention is
FV (Fantasy Violence): Programs containing
cartoon violence occurring in TV-Y7 Youth: Suitable for children aged 8 and paid to themes, which could threaten
programs only older. childrens sense of security and well-being.
Viewable Canadian English Language G (General Audience): Will contain very
L (coarse Language): Programs containing ratings: C, G, C8+ and PG
coarse language little violence, either physical or verbal or
Viewable Canadian French Language
emotional. There may by some inoffensive
S (Sexual situations): Programs containing ratings: G and 8 ans+
slang, no profanity and no nudity.
sexual content Viewable U.S. TV ratings: TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-
G, TV-PG, and TV-NR (continued)
V (Violence): Programs containing violence
There may be some profanity, violence or
brief nudity in these programs.

45

Adjusting Your SET UP (menus) (continued)


C8+ (Programming generally considered E (Exempt): Exempt programming includes: 13 ans+ (Programming may not suitable for
acceptable for children 8 years and over to news, sports documentaries and other children under the age of 13): Viewing with
watch on their own): Violence will not be information programming: talk shows, an adult is strongly recommended for
portrayed as the preferred, acceptable, or music videos, and variety programming. children under 13.
only way to resolve conflict; or encourage Note: 16 ans+ (Programming is not suitable for
children to imitate dangerous acts which
The E (Exempt) rating is not shown in the children under the age of 16): Contains
they may see on television. There will be no
menu. frequent scenes of violence or intense
profanity, nudity or sexual content.
violence.
PG (Parental Guidance): Programming
Canadian French Language ratings 18 ans+ (Programming restricted to adults):
intended for a general audience but which
Contains constant violence or scenes of
may not be suitable for younger children. The Canadian French Language Ratings are extreme violence.
Parents may consider some content for TV programs in French broadcast in
inappropriate for unsupervised viewing by Canada. E (Exempt): Exempt programming.
children aged 8 - 13. Note:
G (General): Programming intended for
14+ (Programming contains themes or audience of all ages. Contains no violence, or The E (Exempt) rating is not shown in the
content which may not be suitable for the violence it contains is minimal or is menu.
viewers under the age of 14): Parents are depicted appropriately with humor or
strongly cautioned to exercise discretion in caricature or in an unrealistic manner.
permitting viewing by pre-teens and early
teens. 8 ans+ (8+ General - Not recommended for
young children): Programming intended for
18+ (Adult): May contain violence integral a broad audience but contains light or
to the development of the plot, character or occasional violence that could disturb young
theme, intended for adult audiences. May children. Viewing with an adult is
contain graphic language and explicit recommended for young children (under the
portrayals of nudity and/or sex. age of 8).

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Operating Video Equipment
VCR manufacturer code numbers Minolta 305, 304
Setting the Manufacturer's Mitsubishi/MGA 323, 324, 325, 326
Manufacturer Code Multitech 325, 338, 321
Code NEC 314, 336, 337
Sony (VHS VCR) 301
Sony (8mm VCR) 302 Olympic 309, 308
You can use the supplied remote control to
Sony (Beta, ED Beta, VCRs) 303 Optimus 327
operate Sony or non-Sony video equipment Panasonic 308, 309, 306, 307
Aiwa 338
that has an infrared sensor. Pentax 305, 304
Admiral (M. Ward) 327
Audio Dynamic 314, 337 Philco 308, 309
Press CODE SET, DVD/VTR (FUNCTION), Philips 308, 309, 310
and the 0-9 buttons to enter the Bell & Howell (M. Ward) 330
Broksonic 319, 317 Pioneer 308
manufacturers code number (see the Canon 309, 308 Quasar 308, 309, 306
following chart), then press ENTER. Citizen 332 RCA/PROSCAN 304, 305, 308, 309, 311,
Craig 302, 332 329, 312, 313, 310
For example, to operate a Sony 8mm VCR: Curtis Mathis 304, 338, 309 Realistic 309, 330, 328, 335, 324, 338
FUNCTION
ENTER Daewoo 341, 312, 309 Sansui 314
CODE SET DVD/VTR
3 0 2 DBX 314, 336, 337 Samsung 322, 313, 321
Dimensia 304 Sanyo 330, 335
Emerson 319, 320, 316, 317, 318, 341 Scott 312, 313, 321, 335, 323, 324, 325, 326
Fisher 330, 335 Sharp 327, 328
If the remote control doesnt work Funai 338 Signature 2000 (M. Ward) 338, 327
See the tips on page 49. General Electric 329, 304, 309 Sylvania 308, 309, 338, 310
Go Video 340, 339, 322 Symphonic 338
Goldstar 332 SV2000 338
Hitachi 306, 304, 305, 338 Tashiro 332
Instant Replay 309, 308 Tatung 314, 336, 337
JC Penney 309, 305, 304, 330, 314, 336, 337 Teac 314, 336, 338, 337
JVC 314, 336, 337 Technics 309, 308
Kenwood 314, 336, 332, 337 Teknica 338
LXI (Sears) 332, 305, 330, 335, 338 Toshiba 312, 311
Magnavox 308, 309, 310 Wards 327, 328, 335, 331, 332
Marantz 314, 336, 337 Yamaha 330, 314, 336, 337
Marta 332 Zenith 331
Memorex 309, 335

47

Operating Video Equipment (continued)


MDP manufacturer code numbers Operating a VCR using the remote control To search the picture Press ) or 0 during
forward or backward playback. Release to resume
Manufacturer Code To turn On/Off Press DVD/VTR (POWER). normal playback.
Sony 701 [Green Button]
To search a chapter Press CH +/.
Panasonic 704, 710 To select a channel Press the 0 9 buttons. forward or backward
Mistubishi 702 To change channels Press CH +/.
To record Press ( while pressing r.
DVD Player manufacturer code To play Press (. Operating a DVD Player using the remote
numbers control
To stop Press p.
To turn On/Off Press DVD/VTR (POWER).
Manufacturer Code To fast forward Press ).
[Green Button]
Sony 751 To rewind the tape Press 0.
To play Press (.
Panasonic 753 To pause Press P. Press again to
To stop Press p.
Pioneer 752 resume normal playback.
To pause Press P. Press again to
RCA 755 To search the Press ) or 0 during
resume normal playback.
Toshiba 754 picture forward or playback. Release to
backward resume normal playback. To step through Press ) to step forward or
Tips z To change input Press TV/VTR.
different tracks of 0 to step backward.
In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate an audio disc
mode
your non-Sony video equipment with the supplied To step through Press CH + to step forward
remote control. In this case, please use the different chapters or CH to step backward.
equipment's own remote control. of a video disc
When you remove the batteries, the code number may Operating an MDP using the remote To select tracks Press 0-9 buttons.
revert to the factory setting. control directly
To turn On/Off Press DVD/VTR (POWER). To display the Press MENU.
To operate video equipment [Green Button] menu (Set up)
1 Press DVD/VTR (FUNCTION). To play Press (.
2 Use the VCR/DVD/MDP operation To stop Press p.
buttons indicated in the following tables. To pause Press P. Press again to
resume normal playback.

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Operating a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver (SAT)
Manufacturer code numbers To operate the projection TV
Setting the Manufacturer's (satellite receiver) Press TV (FUNCTION). Then use the
Code projection TV control buttons to control the
Manufacturer Code number
You can program the supplied remote control projection TV.
Sony 801 (preset code for
to operate a cable box or satellite receiver. remote control)
Press CODE SET, SAT/CABLE General Electric 802, 808
(FUNCTION), and the 0-9 buttons to enter Tips z
Hitachi 805
the manufacturers code number (see the Hughes 804 If more than one code number is listed, try entering
following chart), then press ENTER. Panasonic 803 them one by one until you come to the correct code
For example, to operate a Sony satellite receiver: RCA/PROSCAN 802 for your equipment.
Toshiba 806, 807 If you enter a new code number, the code number
FUNCTION
ENTER
CODE SET SAT/CABLE you previously entered at that setting is erased.
8 0 1
To operate the cable box or In some rare cases, you may not be able to operate
satellite receiver (SAT) your equipment with the supplied remote control. In
this case, use the equipments own remote control
Manufacturer code numbers 1 Press SAT/CABLE (POWER) [Green
unit.
(cable box) Button] to turn on/off the cable box or
satellite receiver. Whenever you remove the batteries to replace
Manufacturer Code them, for example if too much time is taken, the
Hamlin/Regal 222, 223, 224, 225, 226 2 Press SAT/CABLE (FUNCTION). code numbers may revert to the factory setting and
Jerrold/G.I 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 3 For other operations, refer to the must be reset.
222, 206, 207, 208, 218 operating instructions that come with the
Oak 227, 228, 229
equipment.
Panasonic 219, 220, 221
Pioneer 214, 215 The GUIDE and INDEX (blue-labeled)
Scientific Atlanta 209, 210, 211 buttons can be used only with a satellite
Tocom 216, 217 receiver.
Zenith 212, 213
If the remote control doesnt work
Try repeating the set up procedures using
the other codes listed for your equipment.
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Troubleshooting
If, after reading the following instructions, you have additional questions related to the use of your Sony projection TV, please call one of the following
numbers (English only).
Customers in the continental United States contact the Direct Response Center at: 1-800-222-SONY (7669)
Customers in Canada contact the Customer Relations Center at: (416) 499-SONY (7669)

The picture turns off and the The projection TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a problem with your projection TV, the TIMER/STAND BY indicator on the front
TIMER/STAND BY indicator on the panel will flash repeatedly. Counting the number of flashes helps you inform qualified Sony personnel of the projection TVs condition.
front panel flashes (self-diagnosis 1 Count how many times the TIMER/STAND BY indicator flashes in total. It flashes twice at 3 seconds intervals. If, for example, the indicator flashes
function) twice, stops flashing for 3 seconds, and flashes twice again, that counts as twice.
2 Press POWER on the projection TV to turn it off, then inform qualified Sony personnel or the above Direct Response Center of the number of flashes.
No picture (screen not lit), no Make sure the power cord is plugged in.
sound Operate with the buttons on both the projection TV and the remote control.
Check to see if the TV/VIDEO setting is correct: when watching TV, set to TV, and when watching video tapes, set to VIDEO 1, 2, or 3.
Try another channel. It could be station trouble.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see To perform AUTO SET UP again on page 19)
The Parental Control feature is activated. (see To deactivate the Parental Control feature on page 37)
Remote control does not Batteries could be weak. Replace the batteries.
operate Press TV (FUNCTION) when operating your projection TV.
Make sure the projection TVs power cord is connected securely to the wall outlet.
Locate the projection TV at least 3-4 feet away from fluorescent lights.
Check the polarity of the batteries.
Dark, poor or no picture Adjust Picture in the Video menu. (see Picture Adjustment on page 26)
(screen lit), good sound Adjust Brightness in the Video menu. (see Picture Adjustment on page 26)
Check antenna/cable connections.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see To perform AUTO SET UP again on page 19)
Adjust the convergence again using the FLASH FOCUS button. (see Adjusting the Convergence Automatically (FLASH FOCUS) on page 19)
Good picture, no sound Press MUTING so that Muting disappears from the screen. (see MUTING on page 20)
Check the MTS/SAP setting in the Audio menu. (see MTS/SAP on page 27)
Make sure Speaker is set to On in the Audio menu. (see Speaker on page 28)
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see To perform AUTO SET UP again on page 19)

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Cannot receive upper channels Make sure Cable is Off in the Channel Set Up menu. (see Cable on page 31)
(UHF) when using an antenna Use Auto Program to add receivable channels that are not presently in the TVs memory. (see Auto Program on page 31)
No color Adjust Color in the Video menu. (see Picture Adjustment on page 26)
Black and white programs cannot be seen in color.
Perform AUTO SET UP again using the SET UP button to return to the factory preset condition. (see To perform AUTO SET UP again on page 19)
Only snow and noise appear on Check the Cable setting in the Channel Set Up menu. (see Cable on page 31)
the screen Check the antenna/cable connections.
Make sure the channel is broadcasting programs.
Press ANT to change the input mode. (see ANT on page 22)
Dotted lines or stripes Adjust the antenna.
Keep the projection TV away from noise sources such as cars, neon signs or hair-dryers.
TV is fixed to one channel Use Auto Program to add receivable channels that are not presently in TVs memory. (see Auto Program on page 31)
Double images or ghosts Use a highly directional outdoor antenna or a cable (when the problem is caused by reflections from nearby mountains or tall buildings).
Cannot operate the menu If the item you want to choose appears in gray, you cannot select it.
Press the projection TVs power button off and on again.
Cannot receive any channels Make sure Cable is On in the Channel Set Up menu. (see Cable on page 31)
when using cable TV Use Auto Program to add receivable channels that are not presently in the TVs memory. (see Auto Program on page 31)
Cannot gain enough volume when Increase the volume at the cable box. Then press TV (FUNCTION) and adjust the projection TVs volume.
using a cable box
Favorite Channel does not display Verify that Favorite Channel is set to Manual in the Channel Set Up menu. (see Setting Favorite Channel manually on page 32)
your choices
Some video sources do not Ensure that Video Label is not set to Skip. (see Video Label on page 35)
appear when you press TV/VIDEO
Recording through MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT will not record both images in PIP. Only the main picture will be recorded.
does not function properly when If you are recording the main picture and you switch to the sound of the sub picture using the AUDIO button, the main picture will be recorded with sound
recording in PIP mode from the other program.
Cannot play shooting games Some shooting games which involve pointing a light beam at the TV screen with an electronic gun or rifle cannot be used with this projection TV. For
details, see the instruction manual supplied with the video game software.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. REAR BOARD REMOVAL 2-3. SERVICE POSITION
1 Disconnect CN203
on A board.
From CG board CN1304.
(The extension cable is not
supplied because of the
A board countermeasure for radiation.)
CN203
G board 2 Covers
2 Rear board Cut them off with a plier or the like
from chassis assembly in case of
checking printed circuit boards.
After checking, turn over the covers
and secure them with screws.

1 Nine screws (Except KP-43T75)


Chassis assembly Screws
Eight screws (KP-43T75)
(+BVTP3x12)
(Screw(4x20), tapping)

2-4. HA BOARD AND HB BOARD REMOVAL


(EXCEPT KP-43T75)
2-2. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL
6 Four screws
(+BVTP 4x12)

8 Three screws
7 HB bracket (+BVTP 3x12)
1 Three screws
(Screw(4x20),tapping)

9 HB board

2 Two screws
(+BVTP 4x12)
3 HA bracket

4 Multi button

5 HA board

2 Chassis assy Speaker grille assy


1 Two screws
(Screws (4x20), tapping)

33
KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

2-5. HA BOARD AND HB BOARD REMOVAL 2-7. BEZNET ASSY REMOVAL


(KP-43T75)
2 Eleven screws (KP-43T75)
Twelbe screws (KP-48S75)
7 Three screws Fifteen screws (KP-53N77/53S75)
(+BVTP 3x12) Fourteen screws (KP-61S75)
(Screws(4x20), tapping)
1 Four screws
(Screws (4x20), tapping)
8 HB board

3 Beznet assy

3 Four screws
(+BVTP 3x12)
4 HA bracket

6 HA board
5 Three screws
(+BVTP 3x12)

Panel ASSY, Control


1 Three screws
(KP-43T75/48S75)
Five screws
2-6. MIRROR COVER REMOVAL (KP-53N77/53S75/61S75)
(Screws(4x20), tapping)
1 Seventeen screws(KP-43T75)
Twenty four screws
(KP-48S75)
Nineteen screws 2-8. HC BOARD AND S BOARD REMOVAL
(KP-53N77/53S75)
Twenty three screws (KP-61S75) Sensor
(Screw(4x20), tapping) bracket (A)
Sensor
bracket (B)

7 S board 4 Two screws


(+BVTP 4x12)
6 Clows
1 Two screws
(+BVTP 4x12)
2 L screen holder

3 HC board
2 Mirror cover 5 Two screws
(+BVTP 4x12)

34
KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

2-9. A BOARD AND G BOARD REMOVAL 2-11. HIGH-VOLTAGE CABLE INSTALLATION


7 Two screws AND REMOVAL
(+BVTP 3x12)
4 Eight screws 3 Terminal board (1) Removal
(+BVTP 3x12)
9 A board 1 Rubber cap

2 HV cable
turn 90

8 Claw

6 G board 2 Seven screws


(+BVTP 3x12)
(2) Installation

1 Two screws
(Screws (4x20), tapping) 1 HV cable
Hook

Main bracket 5 Claws

2-10. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL


Gutter
CAUTION: Removing the arrow-marked
screws is strictly prohibited.
If removed, it may cause liquid spill. 4 Four screws
(Screw (4x20), tapping)
Lens
5 Lens
Picture tube
! Four screws
(+BVTP 4x12)
2 Four screws
(Screw (4x20), tapping) 9 Tension
! Picture tube
spring*

8 Deflection yoke

7 Neck assy

6 CR board

* 53S75/61S75
Serial No. 9,500,001 and higher
3

1 Four screws
(Screw (4x20), tapping)

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KP-43T75/48S75/ SECTION 3
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906 SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS

3-1. SCREEN VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT the mode Cover the both green and red picture lenses with the
(COARSE ADJUSTMENT) lens caps is aligned the same as was done for green.
1. Receive the Monoscope signal.
Note: Instead of items 3 and 6, you can cut off the unnecessary
2. Set 50% BRIGHTNESS and minimum PICTURE.
color beams by controlling the service mode VPNT 28 RON,
3. Turn the red VR on the FOCUS block all the way to the left
29 GON, and 30 BON.
and then gradually turn it to the right until the point where you
can see the retrace line. 4-pole magnet
4. Next gradually turn it to the left to the position where the 2-pole magnet Deflection yoke
retrace line disappears.

R G B

SCREEN

R G B

FOCUS

Fig. 3-1 Fig. 3-3 Anode cap


FOCUS block
3-4. FOCUS LENS ADJUSTMENT
3-2. SCREEN (G2) ADJUSTMENT
In this adjustment, use the remote commander in the
(FINE ADJUSTMENT)
service mode.
Fine Mode is recommended to set screen controls to their optimal
For details of the usage of the service mode and the remote
condition. It is necessary to build the simple jig, illustrated below, commander, please refer the item 3-9. ELECTRICAL
using 3-watt resistors. Please note, that if the proper voltage is not ADJUSTMENT BY REMOTE COMMANDER.
obtained with their listed values, resistors, then please increase or
decrease one of the values in the resistor network to obtain the 1. Loosen the lens screw.
correct voltage. 2. Set to the service mode.
1. Select VIDEO1 mode without signals. 3. Receive the all-white signal.
2. Connect G2 JIG. 4. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
3. SW on JIG. to show only the green color.
4. Connect an oscilloscope to the TP701(KR), TP732(KG) and 5. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
TP761(KB) of CR board, CG board and CB board. on the screen.
5. Adjust R, G and B screen voltage to 170-173V with screen 6. Turn the green lens to adjust to the optimum focus point with
VR on the Focus block. the test signal.
7. Tighten the lens screw.
K
8. Cover the both green and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
G2 JIG to show only the red color.
SW
9. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
3.3k 5.6k 5.6k 5.6k
200V GND on the screen.
10. Adjust red CRT lens just the same as green.
11. Cover the both green and red picture lenses with the lens caps
to show only the blue color.

175 2V pedestal level

GND

Fig. 3-2 Fig. 3-4


Test signal
3-3. DEFLECTION YOKE TILT ADJUSTMENT 12. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
1. Receive the Monoscope signal.
on the screen.
2. Set in service mode.
13. Adjust blue CRT lens just the same as green.
3. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
14. After adjusting the items 3-5. Focus VR Adjustment, 3-6. 2-
to show only the green color.
Pole Magnet Adjustment and 3-7. 4-Pole Magnet Adjustment,
4. Loosen the deflection yoke set screw and align the tilt of the
adjust again to the optimum focus point.
Deflection Yoke so that the bars at the center of the
monoscope pattern are horizontal. *: Every time you press 6, the test signal changes to
5. After aligning the deflection yoke, fasten it securely to the crosshatch+video signal - dots+video signal -
funnel-shaped portion (neck) of the CRT. crosshach(black) - dots(black) - off.
6. The tilt of the deflection yoke for red is aligned in the mode
Note: Instead of items 4, 8 and 11, you can cut off the unnecessary
Cover the both green and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
color beams by controlling the service mode VPNT 28 RON,
and the tilt of the deflection yoke for blue is aligned with in
29 GON, and 30 BON.

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3-5. FOCUS VR ADJUSTMENT Use the center dot


1. Set to the service mode.
2. Receive the all-white signal.
3. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
to show only the green color.
4. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
on the screen.
5. Turn the green focus VR on the focus block to adjust to the
optimum focus point with the test signal. Fig. 3-7
6. Cover the both green and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
to show only the red color.
7. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
3-7. 4-POLE MAGNET ADJUSTMENT
1. Receive the Dot signal.
on the screen.
2. Set in service mode.
8. Turn the red focus VR on the focus block to adjust to the
3. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps
optimum focus point with the test signal.
to show only the green color.
9. Cover the both green and red picture lenses with the lens caps
4. Turn the green focus VR on the focus block to the left and set
to show only the blue color.
to underfocus to enlarge the spot.
10. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch)
5. Now align the 4-Pole Magnet so that the enlarged spot
on the screen.
becomes a perfect circle for green and red.
11. Turn the blue focus VR on the focus block to adjust to the
6. Perform the same alignment for blue.
optimum focus point with the test signal.
12. After adjusting the items 3-4. Focus Lens Adjustment, 3-6. 2-
Use the center dot
Pole Magnet Adjustment and 3-7. 4-Pole Magnet Adjustment,
adjust again to the optimum focus point. x
Note: Instead of items 3, 6 and 9, you can cut off the unnecessary
color beams by controlling the service mode VPNT 28 RON, / y
29 GON, and 30 BON.
x : y = 1:1.5 (BIue)
Scanning line visible. x : y = 1:1 (Green, Red)

Fig. 3-8

3-8. DEFOCUS ADJUSTMENT (BLUE)


Note: Please adjust the blue dot to be slightly larger than red and
A
Minimize both A and B. green dots. This adjustment provides a more pleasing picture
to the customer.
Lens B 1. Select the video menu and set the mode to VIVID mode.
Fig. 3-5 Center of crosshatch Fig. 3-6 2. Set to the service mode.
3. Change TV mode to the video input mode.
4. Set to PJE, and press 6 to display the test signal (dots) on the
3-6. 2-POLE MAGNET ADJUSTMENT screen.
(GREEN,RED) 5. Turn the blue focus VR on the focus block to adjust to the
1. Receive the Dot signal.
diameter of the dots as shown in the figure below.
2. Set in service mode.
3. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps [Focus adjustment point]
to show only the green color.
4. Turn the green focus VR on the focus block to the right and
set to overfocus to enlarge the spot. Lmm Max
5. Now align the 2-Pole Magnet so that the enlarged spot is in
the center of the Just Focus spot.
6. Align the green focus VR and set for just (precise) focus. Inch 43" 48" 53" 61"
7. Perform the same alignment for red. L 6 7 8 9
Fig. 3-9

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3-9. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENT BY REMOTE 7. If you want to recover the latest values press - then [ENTER] to
COMMANDER read the memory.
By using Remote Commander (RM-Y906),all circuit adjustments 8. Press [MUTING] then [ENTER] to write into memory.
can be made. 9. Turn power off.
NOTE : Test Equipment Required. Note: Press 8 then [ENTER] on the Remote Commander to initialize
1. Pattern Generator (with component outputs) or turn set off and on to exit.
2. Frequency counter
3. Digital multimeter
4. Audio oscillator 2. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD
1. After adjustment, remove the plug from AC outlet, and then
1. METHOD OF SETTING THE SERVICE ADJUSTMENT MODE replace the plug in AC outlet again.
2. Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode.
SERVICE MODE PROCEDURE 3. Call the adjusted items again and confirm they were adjusted.
1. Standby mode. (Power off)
2. DISPLAY n 5 n VOL (+) n TV POWER
on the Remote Commander.
3. ADJUSTING BUTTONS AND INDICATOR
(Press each button within a second.)

TV POWER ON
SERVICE MODE ADJUSTMENT MUTING MUTING DVD/ SAT/ POWER
VTR CABLE
TV
Category Adjustment item
SYSTEM FUNCTION
DATA OFF DVD/VTR SAT/CABLE TV

SERVICE VPNT VPOS 031 TV/VTR FREEZE SWAP PIP


000000 00 m N M

POSITION AUDIO ACTIVE


X z x
Category up SLEEP ANT TV/VIDEO
DISPLAY
PICTURE
MODE CC MTS/SAP DISPLAY

(SCREEN DISPLAY) Data up

Adjustment item up 1 2 3
3. The SCREEN displays the item being adjusted.
4 5 6 Data down
4. Press 1 or 4 on the Remote Commander to select the Adjustment item down
adjustment item.
7 8 9
JUMP ENTER Category down
5. Press 3 or 6 on the Remote Commander to change the data. 0
6. Press 2 or 5 on the Remote Commander to select the ENTER
VOL (+) INDEX GUIDE
category.
RESET MENU
Every time you press 2(Category up), Service mode changes
in the order as shown below.

VPNT SC RM-Y906

VPNV IC
Note : When the PJE mode is activated, which displays an
VPNS PP internally generated signal, several buttons on the remote
commander will have different functions than listed
PJE DAC
above. Therefore, when in the PJE mode, refer to page 43
3DCM PI for button functions.

TONE ID

DSP CCD

MC OP

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4. SERVICE MODE LIST VPNV (Video Processor NTSC Vivid)
Note: shaded items are fixed. There is no need to change data. Others are different a little
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
in the sets individually. Basically, there is no need to change data, too. NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
Usually, there is no need to adjust except for VPNT and PJE. Use data as a reference in case
of replacing printed circuit boards or devices. 0 SBRV 0-63 27 SUB BRIGHTNESS FOR VIVID
1 GMMV 0-3 2 GAMMA LEVEL FOR VIVID
VPNT (Video Processor NTSC) 2 YDCV 0,1 1 Y-DC TRANSFER RATIO FOR VIVID
3 ABLV 0,1 1 ABL MODE FOR VIVID
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE 4 AXIV 0,1 0 AXIS R-Y,G-Y FOR VIVID
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 VPOS 0-63 31 V POSITION
1 VSIZ 0-63 31 V SIZE VPNS (Video Processor NTSC Standard)
2 VCOM 0-3 0 V COMP
3 VLIN 0-15 7 V LINEARITY ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
4 VSCO 0-15 7 V SCURVE CORRECTION
5 HPOS 0-15 7 H POSITION 0 SBRS 0-63 27 SUB BRIGHTNESS FOR STANDARD
6 HSIZ 0-63 31 H SIZE 1 GMMS 0-3 2 GAMMA LEVEL FOR STANDARD
7 PAMP 0-63 31 PIN AMP 2 YDCS 0,1 0 Y-DC TRANSFER RATIO FOR STANDARD
8 UPIN 0-15 7 UPPER CORNER PIN DISTORTION 3 ABLS 0,1 1 ABL MODE FOR STANDARD
9 LPIN 0-15 7 LOWER CORNER PIN DISTORTION 4 AXIS 0,1 0 AXIS R-Y,G-Y FOR STANDARD
10 PPHA 0-15 5 PIN PHASE
11 AFC 0-3 2 AFC LOOP GAIN
12 VBOW 0-15 7 V BOW
13 VANG 0-15 7 V ANGLE
14 REF 0-3 3 REFERENCE PULSE POSITION
15 RDRV 0-63 31 RED DRIVE GAIN
16 BDRV 0-63 31 BLUE DRIVE GAIN
17 RCUT 0-15 7 RED CUTOFF

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18 BCUT 0-15 7 BLUE CUTOFF
19 SCON 0-15 7 SUB CONTRAST
20 SHUE 0-15 7 SUB HUE
21 SCOL 0-15 7 SUB COLOR
22 CDM2 0,1 0 COUNT DOWN MODE2
23 DPIX 0,1 1 DYNAMIC PICTURE
24 NOTC 0,1 0 Y CHROMA TRAP
25 CROM 0-15 7 CHROMA TRAP F0
26 TOT 0,1 0 CHROMA TOT FILTER
27 SHPF 0-3 3 SHARPNESS F0
28 RON 0,1 1 RED ON
29 GON 0,1 1 GREEN ON
30 BON 0,1 1 BLUE ON
31 DCOL 0,1 1 DYNAMIC COLOR
32 CDMD 0,1 0 V COUNT DOWN
33 LBLK 0-15 13 LEFT-SIDE BLANK WIDTH
34 RBLK 0-15 13 RIGHT-SIDE BLANK WIDTH
35 PREC 0-3 1 PRE OVER LEVEL FOR COMP .V IN
36 PREY 0-3 1 PRE OVER LEVEL FOR Y IN
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906
KP-43T75/48S75/
PJE (Projection TV Engine) 3DCM (3D Comb Filter)
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 FDIS 0,1 0 SELECT REGI DATA DISPLAY OF FINE ADJ
1 OSDH 1-255 31 PJED SERVICE MENU H POSITION
0 NRMD 0-3 0 NOISE REDUCER MODE
2 OSDV 1-255 25 PJED SERVICE MENU V POSITION 1 DYCO 0-15 2 Y CORING LEVEL SETTING
3 FVST 0-255 25 LINE NUMBER OF FINE ADJUST START 2 DYGA 0-15 10 Y GAIN SETTING
KP-43T75/48S75/

4 V1ST 0-255 0 V1 START DATA 3 DCCO 0-15 5 C CORING LEVEL SETTING


5 V1CU 0-255 62 V1 COUNT UP DATA
4 DCGA 0-15 5 C GAIN SETTING
RM-Y906
53N77/53S75/61S75

6 COHP 0-255 0 H-PHASE OF ROUGH ADJ


5 SELD 0,1 1 SELECT Y SIGNAL FILTER
7 FIHP 0-255 194 H-PHASE OF FINE ADJ
8 TPHP 0-255 62 H-PHASE OF TEST PATTERN 6 D2GA 0-7 4 Y/C 2nd GAIN SETTING
9 DFHP 0-255 225 H-PHASE OF DYNAMIC FOCUS 7 VTRH 0-3 1 VTR HSYNC HYSTERESIS SETTING
10 DFHG -128-127 -80 H-2 GAIN OF DYNAMIC FOCUS 8 VTRR 0-3 1 VTR HSYNC REFERENCE SETTING
11 DFVG -128-127 -15 V-2 GAIN OF DYNAMIC FOCUS 9 LDSR 0-3 2 LD SIGNAL REFERENCE
12 PWM l 0-255 0 PWM l
10 VAPG 0-7 5 V APERTURE GAIN
13 PWM2 0-255 32 H-PHASE OF AUTO REGI .TEST PATTERN
14 HBLD 0-255 244 H-PHASE OF RETURNED BLUE V LINE
11 VAPI 0-31 11 V APERTURE INVERT POINT
15 HBLW 0-63 23 PULSE WIDTH OF RETURNED BLUE V LINE 12 YPFT 0-3 0 Y PEAKING FILTER TAP
16 BLKP 0-255 27 START BLANK PULSE 13 YPFG 0-15 9 Y PEAKING FILTER GAIN
17 COGV -128-127 X(*1) GREEN V CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 14 V1PS 0-3 2 VERTICAL 1-LINE SELECTOR
18 CORV -128-127 X(*1) RED V CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 15 VEGS 0-3 1 VERTICAL EDGE SELECTOR
19 COBV -128-127 X(*1) BLUE V CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI
16 CC3N 0,1 0 C SIGNAL 3-LINE COM FILTER
20 COGH -128-127 X(*1) GREEN H CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI
21 CORH -128-127 X(*1) RED H CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 17 HDP 0-7 4 HD HORIZONTAL PHASE
22 COBH -128-127 X(*1) BLUE H CENT OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 18 CDL 0-7 4 C DELAY
23 SOGV -128-127 X(*1) GREEN V SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 19 HSSL 0-15 12 H SYNC SLICE LEVEL
24 SORV -128-127 X(*1) RED V SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 20 VSSL 0-15 8 V SYNC SLICE LEVEL
25 SOBV -128-127 X(*1) BLUE V SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI
21 HPLF 0,1 1 H PLL FILTER
GREEN H SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI

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26 SOGH -128-127 X(*1)
22 BPLF 0,1 0 BURST PLL FILTER
27 SORH -128-127 X(*1) RED H SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI
28 SOBH -128-127 X(*1) BLUE H SKEW OFFSET DATA OF AUTO REGI 23 FSCF 0,1 1 FSC FILTER GAIN
29 ERR FIXED 0 AUTO REGI ERROR CODE 24 PLFG 0,1 1 PLL FILTER GAIN
30 ADTM 0-255 144 TIMING TO GET A/D DATA OF AUTO REGI 25 EXAD 0,1 1 EXTERNAL AD IN
31 VUP 1-255 1 AUTO REGI PATTERN UPPER V POSITION 26 MSS 0,1 0 FORCED MOTION SIGNAL
32 VMID 1-255 102 AUTO REGI PATTERN MIDDLE V POSITION
27 COUT 0-3 2 C SIGNAL OUTPUT
33 VLOW 1-255 212 AUTO REGI PATTERN LOWER V POSITION
34 HPR 1-510 1 AUTO REGI PATTERN H POSITION
28 YAPS 0-3 1 Y APERTURE
CENT -512-511 000 / 000 GREEN H/V CENT 29 NSDS 0-3 0 NON STD SIGNAL DETECT.
SKEW -512-511 000 / 000 GREEN H/V SKEW 30 CPP 0-3 0 CLAMP PULSE & AD RANGE
SIZE -512-511 -70/-190 GREEN H/V SIZE 31 YHCO 0-3 1 Y HIGH FREQ.SIGNAL CORING
GRN
LIN -512-511 xxxx / xxxx GREEN H/V LIN 32 YPCO 0,1 0 Y PEAK FILTER CORING OFF
KEY -512-511 xxxx / xxxx GREEN H/V KEY
33 KILR 0-15 3 KILLER REFERENCE
PIN -512-511 xxxx / 271 GREEN H/V PIN
CENT -512-511 000 / 000 BLUE H/V CENT 34 BGPS 0-15 4 BGP START POSITION
SKEW -512-511 080 / -130 BLUE H/V SKEW 35 BGPW 0-15 10 BGP WIDTH
SIZE -512-511 -20 / -226 BLUE H/V SIZE 36 ADCL 0-3 2 AD CLOCK DELAY
BLU
LIN -512-511 187 / xxxx BLUE H/V LIN 37 PWRF 0,1 0 PULSE WIDTH REFERENCE
KEY -512-511 xxxx / -115 BLUE H/V KEY
38 YHCG 0,1 0 Y HIGH FREQ.SIGNAL CORING 1/2 GAIN
PIN -512-511 xxxx / 198 BLUE H/V PIN
39 CKG2 0,1 1 CLOCK GENERATOR TEST BIT
CENT -512-511 000 / 000 RED H/V CENT
SKEW -512-511 080 / -130 RED H/V SKEW 40 CKGE 0,1 0 CLOCK GENERATOR TEST BIT
SIZE -512-511 -61 / -206 RED H/V SIZE
RED
LIN -512-511 195 / xxxx RED H/V LIN
KEY -512-511 xxxx / 124 RED H/V KEY
PIN -512-511 xxxx / 250 RED H/V PIN

1 : Set correctly by the automatic resistration adjustment.


xxxx : Cannot change.
TONE (Tone Control) SC (Sub Chroma Decoder)
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 RBAS 0-63 39 RESET VALUE OF USER BASS DATA 0 SYDR 0-31 28 SUB Y DRIVE
1 RTRE 0-63 35 RESET VALUE OF USER TREBLE DATA 1 SSHU 0-63 31 SUB SUB HUE
2 BBEH 0-15 - BBE HIGH FREQUENCY 2 SSCL 0-63 31 SUB SUB COLOR
3 BBEL 0-11 - BBE LOW FREQUENCY 3 SUPD 0-15 7 SUB U PEDESTAL OFFSET
4 SUFE 7 - SURROUND EFFECT 4 SVPD 0-15 7 SUB V PEDESTAL OFFSET
5 SDLY 0-3 0 SUB Y DELAY
6 SU2P 0-15 7 SUB U2 PEDESTAL OFFSET
DSP (Digital Signal Processor) 7 SV2P 0-15 7 SUB V2 PEDESTAL OFFSET
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD 8 SY2D 0-3 20 SUB Y2 DRIVE
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA 9 SU2D 0-15 11 SUB U2 DRIVE
0 TB0H 0-255 48 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L+R) COARSE 10 SV2D 0-15 11 SUB V2 DRIVE
1 TB0L 0-255 0 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L+R) FINE 11 SPRE 0-3 3 SUB PRE-OVER
2 TB1H 0-255 64 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L-R) COARSE
3 TB1L 0-255 0 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L-R) FINE
4 TB2H 0-255 64 TRUSURROUND EFFECT ( C ) COARSE
IC (Inset Chroma Decoder)
5 TB2L 0-255 0 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (C) FINE ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
6 TBFH 0-255 165 TRUSURROUND EFFECT ( S ) COARSE NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
7 TBFL 0-255 126 TRUSURROUND EFFECT ( S) FINE 0 PCDR 0-15 7 PIP COLOR
8 TC0H 0-255 90 TRUSURROUND EFFECT ( S ) COARSE 1 PHDR 0-15 7 PIP HUE
9 TC0L 0-255 130 TRUSURROUND EFFECT ( S) FINE 2 PAFC 0-3 2 PIP AFC LOOP GAIN
10 TC1H 0-255 11 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L,R) COARSE 3 PTAD 0-15 7 PIP TRAP F0 ADJUSTMENT
11 TC1L 0-255 100 TRUSURROUND EFFECT (L,R) FINE 4 PTOT 0,1 0 PIP CHROMA TOT FILTER
12 SADH 0-255 64 SRS SPACE LEVEL COARSE 5 PSCN 0-15 7 PIP SUB CONTRAST
13 SADL 0-255 0 SRS SPACE LEVEL FINE

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6 PYDC 0-7 0 PIP Y DC TRAN
14 SB0H 0-255 92 SRS CENTER LEVEL COARSE 7 PSHP 0,1 1 PIP SHARPNESS F0
15 SB0L 0-255 0 SRS CENTER LEVEL FINE 8 PMSK 0,1 0 PIP MACRO VISION MASK

MC (Main Chroma Decoder) PP (Picture In Picture Vseries Only)


ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 MYDR 0-31 22 MAIN Y DRIVE 0 BGHP 0-15 10 PIP H POSITION
1 MSHU 0-63 31 MAIN SUB HUE 1 BGHN 0-15 7 PIP H POSITION FOR NO SIGNAL
2 MSCL 0-63 31 MAIN SUB COLOR 2 BGVP 0-15 7 PIP V POSITION
3 MUPD 0-15 7 MAIN U PEDESTAL OFFSET 3 6BIT 0,1 1 6BIT(SMART6/SKIP6) MATRIX
4 MVPD 0-15 7 MAIN V PEDESTAL OFFSET 4 MAHP 0-15 7 MAIN H ACQUISITION
5 MDLY 0-3 0 MAIN Y DELAY 5 MAVP 0-255 23 MAIN V ACQUISITION
6 MU2P 0-15 7 MAIN U2 PEDESTAL OFFSET 6 SAHP 0-15 7 SUB H ACOUISITION
7 MV2P 0-15 7 MAIN V2 PEDESTAL OFFSET 7 SAVP 0-255 23 SUB V ACQUISITION
8 MY2D 0-31 19 MAIN Y2 DRIVE 8 DECS 0-31 18 SUB DECODER REGISTERS
9 MU2D 0-31 11 MAIN U2 DRIVE 9 DECM 0-31 18 MAIN DECODER REGISTERS
10 MV2D 0-31 11 MAIN V2 DRIVE 10 DIS 0-127 66 DISPLAY SETTING
11 MPRE 0-3 3 MAIN PRE-OVER 11 BSIZ 0-15 2 BORDER SIZE
12 VPED 0-15 13 V PEDESTAL OFFSET
13 UPED 0-15 13 U PEDESTAL OFFSET
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906
KP-43T75/48S75/
DAC (D/A Converter)
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 UVSH 0-63 31 YUV SUB HUE
1 UVSC 0-63 31 YUV SUB COLOR
KP-43T75/48S75/

PI (Picture In Picture S Series only)


RM-Y906
53N77/53S75/61S75

ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD


NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 PIPH - PIP H POSITION
1 PIPV - PIP V POSITION
2 PYSD - PIP SELECT DELAY
3 PYDL - PIP Y DELAY
4 PHDL - H-PULSE DELAY
5 PMVD - MAIN V-PULSE DELAY
6 PIVD - INSET V-PULSE DELAY
7 PCON - INSET CONTRAST
8 FRMY - FRAME Y
9 IPER - PIP PEDESTAIJ R-Y
10 IPEB - PIP PEDESTAL B-Y
11 PCPS - PIP CLP
12 PCPF - PIP CLP CYCLES
13 PPLL - PIP PLL TIME CONSTANT
14 PVNR - PIP VSP PULSE NOISE REDUCTION

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ID (Identification)
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 AREA 0-3 0 AREA ID
1 SERS 0-3 0 SERIES ID
2 VCHP 0-3 0 V CHIP ID

CCD (Closed Caption Decoder)


ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 CCHP 0-63 39 OSD H POSI FOR INDEX & CC/XDS
1 CCHN 0-63 29 NO FUNCTION

OP (Option)
ITEM ADJUSTMENT DATA STANDARD
NOTE
NUMBER ITEM RANGE DATA
0 DISP 0-63 9 OSD H POSITION
1 FWl 0-7 2 FIELD1 WINDOW
2 FW2 0-7 3 FIELD2 WINDOW
KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

3-10. REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT (PJE) 1. Set to the service mode by pressing quickly keys on the remote
FUNCTION OF BUTTONS OF REMOTE commander in the standby mode in the following order:
[DISPLAY] n 5 n [VOL+] n [TVPOWER]
COMMANDER FOR PJE MODE.
2. Change TV mode to the video input mode.
MUTING DVD/ SAT/ POWER
VTR CABLE
TV
Color select 3. Change the VPNT mode to the PJE 00 FDIS.
FUNCTION
SYSTEM
OFF DVD/VTR SAT/CABLE TV GRNnBLUnRED
Adjustment item TV/VTR FREEZE
m
SWAP
N
PIP
M

up X
POSITION AUDIO
z x
ACTIVE
PJE 00 00
PICTURE
SLEEP ANT TV/VIDEO
Test signal select FDIS
MODE CC MTS/SAP DISPLAY
crosshach+video signal
Adjustment item 1 2 3 dots+video signal
down 4 5 6 crosshach+black
JUMP
7 8 9
ENTER
dots+black
0 off
INIT*
INDEX GUIDE
4. Set FDIS data to 01 to display the registration data of each
RESET MENU Mode select spot in the fine adjustment.
VOL CH

( Fine adjustment )
Coarse adjustment

CODE SET
PJE 00 01
READ* FDIS
ENTER

TV
data up/down
5. Press 6 to display the test signal (crosshatch) on the screen.
INIT*: Press 7, "INIT" green letters appear on the screen. 6. Select GRN CENT(*) with the 1 and 4 keys on the remote
Then press ENTER, all the PJE data are reset. commander and check that the adjustment data is now 000
READ*: Press 8, "READ" green letters appear on the screen. both vertically and horizontally.
Then press ENTER, all the PJE default data are
(H) (V)
restored.
GRN 000 000
Note: Internal patterns are used for geometry and convergence CENT
adjustments. However, sizing and centering must be done with
the use of an external generator. The recommended pattern
would be a monoscope, or equivalent pattern, which would
provide the means to adjust both the linearity and sizing of the *: In the factory preset, GRN CENT appears on the screen first.
picture. In case of other colors RED or BLU, change color by
every pressing 3 key.
7. Cover the both red and blue picture lenses with the lens caps to
[SETUP FOR ADJUSTMENT]
show only the green color.
Current flow in circuit should be stable before attempting
adjustment. So wait 5 minutes after turning on the TV power. SUB DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT ITEM
At the 4 insides of the screen, locate the middle. Use a tape Adjustment O : Yes : No
measure to identify the middle.
Adjustment type
Display Adjustment item G R B
H/V H/V H/V
CENT CENT O/O O/O O/O
SKEW SKEW O/O O/O O/O
SIZE SIZE / O/O O/O
: middle LIN LIN / O/ O/
KEY KEY / /O /O
PIN PIN /O /O /O

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RM-Y906

[GREEN REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT] <FINE ADJUSTMENT>

1. Press 9 key on the remote commander to shift to the fine


<GREEN CENTER>
1. Select GRN CENT 1and 4 keys on the remote commander. adjustment mode.
2. Adjust the center of crosshatch line goes the middle vertically The green cursor (in the GRN mode) appears on the center of
and horizontally (GRN CENT) with the joystick on the remote the screen.
commander. 2. Use the 1and 4 keys or the joystick on the remote com-
mander, move the cursor (see below) everywhere you want to
adjust and adjust with the joystic keys on the remote com-
mander.
GRN 000 000
CENT
Marker movement by the 1 and 4 keys:

: Middle

<GREEN SKEW>
Press once the joystick the cursor turns green to white.
1. Select GRN SKEW with the 1and 4 keys on the remote
Then you can move the cursor up and down left and right every
commander.
where you want.
2. Adjust the crosshatch line goes straight vertically and horizon-
tally with the joystick on the remote commander.

GRN 000 000


SKEW

Press once the joystick the cursor stops and returns green, you
can adjust around the cursor.

<GREEN PINCUSHION>
1. Select GRN PIN with the 1and 4 keys on the remote
commander.
2. Adjust the crosshatch line goes straight horizontally with the
joystick on the remote commander.
3. Press 9 key on the remote commander to shift to the coarse
GRN
PIN XXXX 000 adjustment mode.

Note : These are required when either severe miss-adjustment or


data loss occurred.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

[RED REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT] [BLUE REGISTRATION ADJUSTMENT]

<RED CENTER, SKEW> 1. Remove the lens cap from the blue picture lens to show full
1. Cover the blue picture lens with the lens cap to show the green color.
and red colors. 2. Press 3 key on the remote commander to shift the RED mode
2. Press 3 key on the remote commander to shift the GRN mode to the BLU mode.
to the RED mode. 3. Adjust BLU CENT, BLU SKEW, BLU SIZE, BLU LIN, BLU
3. Select RED CENT or RED SKEW with the 1 and 4 keys KEY and BLU PIN in the same procedure of the red registra-
on the remote commander and adjust while tracking each other tion adjustment.
alternately.
4. Adjust the red crosshatch lines go straight vertically and [FINAL CHECK]
horizontally and overlaps the green lines with the joystick on 1. Store the new adjustment (offset) value on the remote control
the remote commander. by pressing [MUTING] and [ENTER].
2. Press the FLASH FOCUS button on the front panel.
<RED SIZE, LINEARITY>
(The Offset value is now automatically stored.)
1. Select RED SIZE (vertically and horizontally) or RED LIN
3. Check that no error message appears.
(vertically) with the 1 and 4 keys on the remote com-
If an error message appears, recheck.
mander and adjust while tracking each other alternately.
2. Adjust the red crosshatch lines go straight vertically and
Note: In case of replacing CRTs, adjust the set-up adjustments
horizontally and overlaps the green lines with the joystick on
(items 3-1 to 3-8) and the registration adjustment (item 3-10).
the remote commander.
In case of replacing two or three CRTs at the same time,
replace and adjust one by one.
<RED KEY, PINCUSHION>
1. Select RED KEY or PINCUSHION with the 1 and 4 keys
on the remote commander and adjust while tracking each other
alternately.
2. Adjust the red crosshatch lines go straight horizontally and
overlaps the green lines
with the joystick on the remote commander.
Note : These are required when either severe miss-adjustment or
data loss occurred.

<FINE ADJUSTMENT>
1. Press 9 key on the remote commander to shift to the fine
adjustment mode.
The red cursor (in the RED mode) appears on the center of the
screen.
2. Use the 1 and 4 keys or the joystick on the remote com-
mander, move the cursor everywhere you want to adjust and
adjust with the joystick on the remote commander.

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53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

3-11. AUTO REGISTRATION ERROR CODE LIST


If an error code is displayed after the set has been fully adjusted, correctly, please check the following items: position, tilt and sizing. If
either of these adjustments are off, even slightly, the auto-registration pattern will not hit the four sensors properly. This occurs when the
internal generator patterns is being flashed on the screen for the sensors to read. Therefore, auto registration (called auto-focus) cannot
operate properly causing an error code to be displayed. In order for this function to operate properly, correct position, tilt and size must be
adjusted properly.

[ERROR CODE LIST]


ERROR
CODE DISCRIPTION NOTE

00 No Error
10 Sensor Output Level Low * Check wiring, beam position, sensor. 0 : Upper Center
1 : Middle Left
2 : Middle Right
3 : Lower Center
20 Sensor Output Level High * Check OP-amp circuit. 0 : Upper Center
1 : Middle Left
2 : Middle Right
3 : Lower Center
30 Adjustment Loop Counter Overflow * Check the registring information on the convergence board.
40 Regi Data Overflow
* Check the convergence yoke driver ICs.
50 Regi Data Overflow
60 Offset Overflow
* Convergence patterns displayed are out of normal range.
70 Offset Overflow

* In case of multiple error, last error is displayed.

ERROR CODE SCREEN DISPLAY


[SENSOR POSITION]
0

E 11 B E 11 B 1 SCREEN 2
R. G. B
SENSOR NUMBER
ERROR CODE 10
ERROR 3
* Error code will be displayed on center of screen for 3 seconds.
0 : UPPER SENSOR
1 : LEFT SENSOR
ERROR CODE DISPLAY IN REGI SERVICE MODE 2 : RIGHT SENSOR
3 : LOWER SENSOR
PJE 29 140 ITEM NUMBER-29
ERR SENSOR NUMBER
(ONLY "10"or "20")

ERROR CODE 40
G-0 (Blank)
R.G.B R-1
B-2

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KP-43T75/48S75/
SECTION 4 53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906
SAFETY RELATED ADJUSTMENTS
[ G BOARD]

4-1. HV REGULATION CIRCUIT CHECK AND 4-2. HV HOLD DOWN CIRCUIT OPERATION
ADJUSTMENT CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
When replacing the following components marked with When replacing the following components marked with
on the schematic diagram always check HV regulation, and on the schematic diagram always check hold-down voltage
if necessary re-adjust. and if necessary re-adjust.

: C517 : R536, R545


: C517, C521, C522 : C516, C536
IC654, L504 D506, D507, D522
T502, T504 (FBT) IC206, IC502, IC654
D.Y, A board, G board L504, R511, R522, R536, R538, R545,
R548, R584
OPERATION CHECK
T502, T504 (FBT)
1. Connect a HV static voltmeter to the unconnected plug of
D.Y, A board, G board
the high-voltage block. (Fig.4-1)
2. Power on the set. OPERATION CHECK
3. Receive the dot signal. (PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to 1. Remove CN652 connecter.
minimum) 2. Short-circuit across TP-PROT and ground.
1.0 kVdc.
4. Check that the HV static voltmeter is reading 31.00 1.5 3. Connect a HV static voltmeter to the unconnected plug of
the high-voltage block.
HV Regulation adjustment 4. Connect a 220/200W variable resistor, across pin 2 and
1. Connect a HV static voltmeter to the unconnected plug of pin 1 of CN652 and connect an external dc power supply
the hight-voltage block. unit (200V, class 2A) to pin 3 of CN652.
2. Power on the set. 5. First turn on the external power supply (+B=135V), then
3. Receive the dot signal. (PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to turn on the power of the set.
minimum) 6. Receive the dot signal. (PICTURE and BRIGHTNESS to
4. If anode voltage is 31.95kV or higher, replace C517 of 470PF/ minimum)
2kV with that of 1000PF/2kV, and check if the voltage is 7. Gradually increase the value of the external dc power supply
within the standard range. and check that the hold-down circuit operates at a static
5. If anode voltage is 29.45kV or lower, replace C517 of 470PF/ voltmeter reading of 33.51.0kVdc when the raster
2kV with that of 100PF/2kV, and check if the voltage is within disappears.
the standard range.
HV HOLD-DOWN ADJUSTMENT
Remove the cap off from
1. Repart steps 1 ~ 7 as above.
the unused terminal and 2. If hold down voltage is 34.5kV or higher, remove R536,
cpmmect a static voltmeter mount a resistor (150k, 1/4W : RN) onto R545 instead, and
there. check again if the hold-down voltage is within the standard
range.
3. If hold down voltage is 32.5kV or lower, mount a resistor
(220k, 1/4W : RN) onto R536 and check again if the hold-
down voltage is within the standard range.

NOTE : Please finish the adjustment as soon as possible


Fig. 4-1
4-3. +B MAX VOLTAGE CONFIRMATION
The following adjustments should always be performed when
replacing IC654.
1. Supply 130VAC to with variable autotransformer.
2. Input a dot signal.
3. Set the PICTURE control and the BRIGHTNESS controls to
minimum.
4. Confirm the voltage of G BOARD TP135V is less than
137.0Vdc.
5. If step 4 is not satisfied, replace IC654 and repeat above steps.

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53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

4-4. +B OVP CONFIRMATION


1. Connect an external dc power supply to TP OVP.
2. Supply 120VAC to variable autotransformer.
3. Set PICTURE and the BRIGHTNESS controls to minimum.
4. Gradually turn the external dc power supply, and check if
OVP works properly when the voltage of the external dc
power supply is between 139.0 ~ 155.0V.

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KP-43T75/48S75/
SECTION 5 53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS

5-1. TV INPUT SUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT 5-3. COMPONENT INPUT SUB-HUE AND SUB-COLOR
(VPNT-SCON) ADJUSTMENT (DAC-UVSH, UVSC)
1. Receive the color-bar signal. 1. Select VIDEO 4 and supply the color-bar signal.
2. Mode : Personal 1 or 2. VIDEO input
PICTURE : maximum 2. Mode : Personal 1 or 2.
COLOR : maximum PICTURE : maximum
BRIGHTNESS : center COLOR : center
TRINITONE : medium BRIGHTNESS : center
SERVICE DATA VPNT SCON : 7 TRINITONE : medium
3. Set to service mode. SERVICE DATA DAC UVSH : 31
4. Connect an oscilloscope between pin 7 of CN204 (A board) SERVICE DATA DAC UVSC : 31
and ground. 3. Set to service mode.
5. Select VPNT-SCON , and adjust so that the wave from 4. Connect an oscilloscope between pin 5 of CN204 (A board)
level is 1.80 0.05Vp-p. connecter and ground.
6. Write the data into memory. 5. Select DAC-UVSH, UVSC , and adjust them to have VB1
MUTING n ENTER = VB4 and VB2 = VB3 in the waveform levels.
6. Write the data into memory.
White MUTING n ENTER
1.80 0.05Vp-p

Black

VB1 VB2 VB3 VB4

Fig. 5-1
Fig. 5-3
5-2. VIDEO INPUT SUB-HUE AND SUB-COLOR
ADJUSTMENT (VPNT-SHUE, SCOL) 5-4. P & P SUB CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT
1. Select VIDEO1 input and supply the color-bar signal. (SC-SYDR)
2. Mode : Personal 1 or 2. 1. Receive the signal.
PICTURE : maximum TV terminal (sub) : color-bar signal
COLOR : center VIDEO terminal (main) : no signal
BRIGHTNESS : center 2. Set to service mode and set to P & P mode.
TRINITONE : medium 3. Connect an oscilloscope between pin 7 of CN204 (A board)
SERVICE DATA VPNT-SHUE : 7 and ground.
SERVICE DATA VPNT-SCOL : 7 4. Select SC-SYDR , and adjust so that the wave from level
3. Set to service mode. is 1.65 0.05Vp-p.
4. Connect an oscilloscope between pin 5 of CN204 (A board) 5. Write the data into memory.
connecter and ground. MUTING n ENTER
5. Select VPNT-SHUE, SCOL , and adjust them to have VB1
= VB4 and VB2 = VB3 in the waveform levels.
White
6. Increase SCOL by 2 steps.
7. Write the data into memory. 1.65 0.05Vp-p
MUTING n ENTER
Black

Fig. 5-4
VB1 VB2 VB3 VB4

Fig. 5-2

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53N77/53S75/61S75
RM-Y906

5-5. SUB-HUE , SUB-COLOR AND MAIN 5-7. PIP POSITION ADJUSTMENT


CONTRAST ADJUSTMENT (MC-MYDR, (PI-PIPH, PIPV)
MSHU, MSCL, SC-SSHU, SSCL) 1. Set the PIP mode.
1. Receive the color-bar signal. 2. Receive the monoscope signal on the main/sub picture.
2. Mode : Personal 1 or 2. 3. Check the sub picture position.
PICTURE : maximum
COLOR : center X1-X2 0.25sq
BRIGHTNESS : center X1-X2 0.25sq
TRINITONE : medium
SERVICE DATA MC-MYDR : 22 4. If necessary set to service mode and adjust "PIPH", "PIPV".
SERVICE DATA MC-MSHU : 31 5. Write the data into memory.
SERVICE DATA MC-MSCL : 31 MUTING n ENTER
SERVICE DATA SC-SSHU : 31
SERVICE DATA SC-SSCL : 31
3. Set to service mode and set to P & P model . Y1
4. Connect an oscilloscope between pin 5 of CN204 (A board)
connecter and ground.
5. Select MC-MYDR, and adjust them to have VB1 = VB5
in the waveform levels.
6. Select MC-MSCL, SC-SSCL and adjust so that the wave Y2
form shows VB1=VB4 and VB5=VB8.
7. Select MC-MSHU, SC-SSHU and adjust so that the wave X1 X2
form shows VB2=VB3 and VB6=VB7.
8. Write the data into memory. Fig. 5-7
MUTING n ENTER

VB1 VB2 VB3 VB4 VB5 VB6 VB7 VB8

Fig. 5-5
5-6. BAR DISPLAY POSITION ADJUSTMENT
(OP-DISP)
1. Receive the monoscope signal.
2. Set to service mode.
3. Push PICTURE + . (Bar is displayed)
4. Select OP-DISP , and adjust so that the bar is as shown in
the figure.
5. Write the data into memory.
MUTING n ENTER

X1 X2
X1 = X2

Fig. 5-6

50
SECTION 6
DIAGRAMS
6-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM (1)

IC403 IC406
D/A CONVERTER L/R AMP CN403
TO A
1 L
BOARD ML OUT1 28 IN1 OUT1 21 7 IN+(L) OUT(L) 4
TUNER HR OUT1 5 IN2 OUT2 12 11 IN+(R) IN-(L) 8
BLOCK 2 E

17 SCL
18 SDA
IC002
SYSTEM CONTROL OUT(R) 2
3 R
L/R MUTE
5 MUTE IN-(R) 10
Q403, 404 4 E
STUH 1 I-2HSYNC O-SPK MT 58
MTUH 2 I-HSYNC
PROTECT
STU AFT 15 SUBTU AFT I-APROT 22
Q408-411
MTU AFT 16 MAINTU AFT
TO MONO 17 O-MONO
A SAP 18 O-SAP IO-SDAT 47 SDA
OFF MUTE
BOARD SAP IND 43 I-SAPN O-SCLK 49 SCL +11V
TUNER Q402
ST IND 60 I-STEREN
BLOCK IC004
STU AUMT 61 O-2MUTE
EEPROM
MTU AUMT 62 O-MUTE TO A
AGC ATT 51 O-AGC ATT IO-B DAT 48 5 B DAT BOARD ON MUTE STBY
TUNER P-MUTE
ANT SW1 52 ANT SW1 O-B CLK 50 6 B CLK Q401 +5V
ANT SW2 ANT SW2 BLOCK
53

IC404
I-RESET 9 4 RESET
5
7
6 R OUT TO A
O-OSC 11 IC001 IC404
BOARD
RESET 3 TUNER
1
I-OSC 12 2 L OUT BLOCK
X001
16MHz
MICRO R 32 O-R
MICRO G 33 O-G
MICRO B 34 O-B TO A
MICRO I 35 O-I BOARD
S OUT
OSD YS 36 O-OSDYS TUNER CN003
TO BLOCK
DISP YM 37 O-DISPYM O-SIRCS 63 11 BCLK
A FOR
BOARD 10 B DAT CHECK
SWITCH
VIDEO SBLK 45 O-SBLK I-RMCN 64 3 SIRCS
BLOCK Q024
SWITCH TO A
MBLK 46 O-MBLK
Q007 BOARD
RM IN
TUNER
BLOCK
HP 7 I-HP
VP-BUFF 8 I-VP
TO A
BOARD
O-GRAY 23 GRAY
TO A VIDEO
HP KEY 14 BLOCK
BOARD
PJED VP-BUFF I-POWERN 44
BLOCK B INT 6 I-BINTN O-TMRLED 55
MENU 13
CN681
I-OVP 21 8 OVP TO G
TO A
I-OCP 20
O-RELAY 56
7
4
OCP
RELAY
G BOARD
CN605
BOARD
TUNER YUV MT 57 O-YUVMT
BLOCK

6
CN002
KEY
CN1203
KEY 3
S1201-1206
CONTROL
SWITCHES
S1207
HB (2/2)
7 POWER POWER 4
D1201
POWER (MENU SWITCHES)
LED BUFF
8 TIMER LED TIMER LED 5 STBY +5V
Q006 S1251-1255
TIMER/STANDBY CN1202 CN1252
MENU
9 MENU MENU 6 1 MENU KEY MENU KEY 1
SWITCHES

2 SIRCS
HA CN1291

A (1/4)(AUDIO, SYSTEM CONTROL) (CONTROL SWITCHES) SIRCS 2 OUT

D1291

HC REMOTE SENSOR

(REMOTE SENSOR)

51 52
BLOCK DIAGRAM (2)

TU151 IC1101 IC1702


MAIN TUNER A/V SWITCH COMB FILTER
BUFFER VIDEO BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER
DET OUT 2 63 MTV V MAIN V OUT 41 FL1701 41 ADIN COUT 23 FL1702 43 C IN2 C OUT2 37
Q152 Q1103,1104 Q1701 Q1702,1703 Q1704 Q1707,1708
L OUT 62 MTV L
BUFFER BUFFER BUFFER
R OUT 64 MTV R YOUT 25 FL1703 45 Y IN2 Y OUT2 39
Q1705 Q1706,1709 Q1102
11 CKIN
H.SEP
DET OUT DET OUT
Q004
AFT OUT AFT OUT
IC1903
ST IND ST IND
YUV SWITCH
SAP IND SAP IND TO A BOARD
SYSTEM CONTROL INH 6
SWITCH
RF AGC RF AGC BLOCK
Q151 6
MODE MODE
F MONO F MONO
MUTE MTU AUMT
ML OUT1 J1251
SDA SDA HR OUT1 VIDEO2
SCL SCL CN1702 CN1253 IN Y OUT 15
C2 5 10 FR C IN FR C OUT 10 3 4
TU152 52 ML OUT1
Y2 3 7 FR Y IN FR Y OUT 7 1 2 S VIDEO U OUT 14
SUB TUNER 54 HR OUT1
SSW-2 7 9 FRONT SW FRONT SW 9
DET OUT BUFFER
60 STV V6 V OUT 4
Q153
DE-EM OUT 59 STV L6 V2 1 5 FR V IN FR V OUT 5 VIDEO
61 STV R6 1
H.SEP
STUH L2 2 3 FR L IN FR L OUT 3 L(MONO)
Q001
AUDIO
AFT OUT STUAFT R2 4 1 FR R IN FR R OUT 1 R
MUTE STUAUMT
ANT
SW
SDA
SCL
SDA
SCL
TO A BOARD
SYSTEM CONTROL
BLOCK
HB (1/2)
CN004
ANT SW1 3
SWITCH
ANT SW1
SCL 33
SDA 34
SCL
SDA
(LINE IN 1) 13 DU IN
V IN 5
U IN 12
Q005
Y IN 2
SWITCH V BUFFER
ANT SW2 1 ANT SW2 3 DV IN
Q003 Q1920
IC1701 DVD SW 9
5V REG Y BUFFER DVD SW 10
1 DY IN
Q1914 DVD SW 11
+11V I O REG 5V

J1102 12 C1 SY OUT1 56
VIDEO 1
3 4 10 Y1
IN
1 2
S VIDEO 14 SSW-1 SC OUT1 58
BUFFER
Q1119,1124
VIDEO 8 V1
BUFFER
L(MONO) 9 L1 Q1118,1125
AUDIO
R 11 R1
MUTE BUFFER
YUV MT
Q1122
FROM A BOARD
J1101 19 C3 P MUTE SYSTEM CONTROL
Q1110
VIDEO 3 BLOCK
3 4 17 Y3 MUTE BUFFER
IN MTU AUMT
1 2 Q1117
S VIDEO 21 SSW-3
J1104
L OUT L
VIDEO 15 V3 AUDIO OUT
R OUT R (VAR/FIX)
L(MONO) 16 L3
AUDIO FROM A BOARD Q1109
R 18 R3 SYSTEM CONTROL
BLOCK Q1108

SAVA CONT BUFFER SIRCS MIX BUFFER


S OUT J1103
Q1121 Q1114 Q1111 Q1106,1107
J1106 CONTROL
Y 24 Y4 TO A BOARD S
SYSTEM CONTROL RM IN OUT
BLOCK

J1105
VIDEO
PB
AUDIO BUFFER MONIT OR
28 SSW-4 L OUT 38 L
PR Q1115,1116 AUDIO OUT
AUDIO BUFFER
R OUT 40 Q1112,1113
R

A (2/4) Q1101

Q1105
(TUNER, VIDEO, AUDIO IN/OUT)

53 54
Q232 Q229
IC206
YCJ
+9V
64 CIN
IC1901 IC301 BUFFER CN204
YVU CONTROLLER YUV SWITCH ROUT 20 Q220
9 R
INV PEEKING BUFFER
19 TVIN TVOUT 12 1 BUFFER
Q1912 Q262,227 Q228 7 63 YIN GOUT 24 7 G TO CG
23 DVD Y 3 Q219
H BOARD
BUFFER
BUFFER 2 BOUT 26 5 B CN731
TO A BOARD Q218
Q305,306
GRAY SYSTEM CONTROL
IKIN 27 1 1K
BLOCK
CN003
BUFFER
6 G
SBLK Q231 FOR
IC1905 BUFFER CHECK
FROM A BOARD 7 B
PIP PROCESSOR Q230
SYSTEM CONTROL
RGB MUTE
BLOCK +11V
M.VSYNC 17 VP-BUFF Q301
MBLK YOUT 8 7 EYIN COG AMP COG BUFFER
L2FIN 44 Q304 Q303 Q302
Q225 Q223
SEL BUFFER RYOUT COG UNIT
12 9 8 ERYIN
Y BUFFER Y AMP BUFFER Q1915 IC1902
28 YIN Q205,224
Q1916 Q1917 Q1918
SUB DECODER SYNC BUFFER BYOUT 10 10 EBYIN
6 YUVSW
30 UIN BUFFER Q1913
Y OUT 8 11 RY IN AFC AMP
Q1905 AFCFIL 45
Q217
32 VIN BUFFER CN801
U OUT 9 12 RU IN
Q1907 ABLIN/VCCOMP 28 4 ABL
3 XIN BUFFER AFCPIN/HOFF 43 5 HV PROT
X1903 V OUT 7 13 RV IN TO G
1 Q1903 E/WDRIVE 37 6 PIN
20.48MHz RY OUT 8 1 PY FROM A BOARD I BOARD
4 XQ S.VSYNC 19 14 VTIM HP 8 HP
RU OUT 7 3 P B-Y SYSTEM CONTROL BLOCK CN1502
HDOUT 41 10 HD
RV OUT 6 2 P R-Y LEVEL SHIFT
SDA 21 SDA CLAMP 5 55 BGP VTIM 31 2 V.BLK
Q1901,1902
INV BUFFER
SCL 22 SCL S.HSYNC 20 16 SCP
Q1910,1911 1909 XNTSC 26 X1902 IC1904
M.HSYNC 18 15 HTIM
3.58MHz D/A CONVERTER
APC 29
SYNC BUFFER
20 V OUT 51 VSIN
X1901 1 FULL DVD MAIN YSM 7 13 DLYSW Q221
19 U OUT 52 HSIN
CERA 1 503.5KHz 18 YSW
18 Y OUT
BUFFER CN202
MICRO R 14 RIN TO G
HUE 6 17 HUE Q002 VDRIVE-/VPROT 34 5 V.DRIVE(-)
SUB C BUFFER J BOARD
32 CIN BUFFER VDRIVE+ 35 6 V.DRIVE(+)
Q1906 SDA 37 SDA COL 5 16 COLOR MICRO G 15 GIN CN501
Q008
SUB Y BUFFER BUFFER SCL 36 SCL
38 VSYNC BUFFER X203
Q1904 Q1908 MICRO B 16 BIN
39 HSYNC FROM A BOARD Q009 CERA 46 503.5KHz
34 CVBS/Y IN SDA 14 SDA SYSTEM CONTROL
CP IN 10 MICRO I
BLOCK
SCL 15 SCL
3 DVD SW2 DSD YS Q013 Q012 Q011
SCL 3 SCL
21 DVD B-Y DISP YM SDA 4 SDA
IC1601
22 DVD R-Y MAIN V CHIP/CC
BUFFER BUFFER
7 VIDEO R 18
Q1602 Q010
BUFFER
G 2
Q014
BUFFER
B 3 X202
Q015
XTAL 59 3.58MHz

5 HIN CN203 TO CG
VM BUFFER
Q021 Q022 Q023 Q020 Q019 Q018 VM 54 6 VM K BOARD
BUFFER Q222
IC1603 12 YM CN1304
Q016
RESET
BUFFER BUFFER IC681
RST 5 4 SEN BOX 17 13 YS
Q1601 0017 9V REG

SDA
SCL
+11V I O +9V
14 15
IC682
SDA
9V REG
SCL
BUFFER +11V I O PIP 9V
14 15 RE R
Q1603 RE G

SDA
SCL
5 HIN FROM A BOARD RE B
PJED
4 SEN RE YM
BLOCK
RE YS
7 VIDEO

IC1602
SUB V CHIP

5 YUVSW
57 FSCOUT A (3/4)
(VIDEO)

55 56 57 58
BLOCK DIAGRAM (3)

LEFT
IC809 IC803
IC805 PLL IC812 DIGITAL REGI

S IC804
PEAK HOLD
5 Q804
IC806
BUFF
PJED-CPU 16MHz
11
INV(4/4)
12 15 HBLK IN IC812
(3/4)
CN801
(2/2)
(SENSOR) 6
7 6
7
18 I AREGI D0
I EXLC 39 3 VCO OUT FINA 4
13 +5V
9
10
1 REGI MUTE
S3001 5 17 I AREGI D1 6 PFD OUT D+5V 8
SENSOR 16 I AREGI D2 12 VCO IN FINB 5 30 TEST5
15 I AREGI D3
IC802
IV CONV 57 O AREG RST
IC808
(1/6, 3/6)
L
CN3001 CN802 3 IC817 TO G
1 3 Q803 6 1
1 3 I HP 7 17 PWM2 R DAC BOARD
1 SENSOR LEFT 1 1 IC824
2 I DREG OVF 26 8 XOFDEF
2 DF CN1502
5 2 I DREG BSY 27 11 XBUSY RVOUT 46 14 RSI ROUT 6 RH-FILTER/BUFF 3 D FOCUS
7
I DREG ACK 28 12 XACKM RHOUT 60 15 LSI LOUT 11 2
UPPER UPPER 3 7
6 29 TEST4 BCLK 28 16 CLK 10 RH
I VP 8 18 VBLK IN 13 LRCK 3 9 RV

S (SENSOR) LOWER 5
10

9
8

SW SCL 50 MAIN SCL DREG SCL 49


PSCL
14 SCLS
IC808
(4/6)
IC812
(2/4)
INV IC807
7
5
3
GH
GV
BH
M
12 Q801 HBLK OUT 26
9 8
4 TO G
14 12 Q802
SDA 48 MAIN SDA O DREG SDA 47 13 SDAS 6 BV DAC 1 BV BOARD
14 10 1 5 5 IC823
LOWER RIGHT 7 8 I DREG SDA 46 PSDA IC801 CN651
13 7 3 WCLK 27 RV-FILTER/BUFF CN402
13 6 BINT O IIC SW 58 15 LSI
9
2

S (SENSOR)
LOUT 11 7
2 6
O DREGI RST 61 10 XRESET 16 CLK
O DREGI MUTE 62 9 XMUTE 13 LRCK 3
O NVM STOP 59 2 XSTOP CN202(1)

RIGHT
10
8 Q805 12
14
O KUMUPRT 55 3 XWC
IC816
VP
4 VP
N
9 G DAC TO G
13
IC810 IC822 BOARD
S (SENSOR) 44 I VPULSE
EEPROM GVOUT
GHOUT
45
59
14
15
RSI
LSI
ROUT 6
LOUT 11
GH-FILTER/BUFF
2
7
CN501

7 WP SCLM 6 5 SCLM 16 CLK


RESET 9 8 VDD SDAM 5 4 SDAM 13 LRCK 3
1 A0
2 A1
3 A2 IC815
IC811 B DAC
RESET IC819
I OSC 12 BVOUT 44 14 RSI BV-FILTER/BUFF
X801 BHOUT LSI ROUT 6
4 RST 58 15 2
12MHz 7
O OSC 11 16 CLK LOUT 11
13 LRCK 3

O YS 36
OR 32
33
IC821
OG
GV-FILTER/BUFF
OB 34
2
OI 35 7
IC814
OSD MIX 3
1 IC818
YM OR RE-YM RE-R R OR 3 CENT REF
O YM 37
Q806 Q807 2 2
21 ROUT REGI OUT 1
4 +5V
3 IC820
IC808 IC808 RE-G G OR 6
BH-FILTER/BUFF
(2/6) (5/6, 6/6) Q809 5
Q811 22 GOUT 2
4 3 10 13 7
ATT 13
RE-B B OR 11 3
Q808 12
23 BOUT DAOUT 38
Q812
ATT
RE-R 9
RE-YS YS OR 8
TO A BOARD RE-G 10
Q813 25 YSOUT
VIDEO RE-B
BLOCK RE-YM

VP

HP
RE-YS

DF
TO A BOARD HP
SYSTEM CONTROL B INT
BLOCK

A (4/4) (PJED-CPU, REGI CORRECTON)


VP-BUFF

KP-48-53-61V80 -BD-6-M

59 60 61 62
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM (4)

CR (R DRIVE)
CN732
R 4
IK R 1
CN731 CN701 CN704
AMP
R 9 CN740 R 4 8 K
AMP Q704-706
G 7 8 K IK R 1
TO A Q731-733
BOARD
CN204
H B 5
4, 5,
9, 11
G1
V902
BUFFER 6 H+ CN702 4, 5, V901
IK 1 G1
Q734 7 H- R/S 9 9, 11
10 G2 H+ 7 6 H+
CN737 H- 6 7 H-
1 G2 FOCUS BLOCK 10 G2
FOCUS BLOCK G2 1
R/S 9 9 R/S CN703
H+ 7 7 H+
TO G
H- 6 6 H- D BOARD
CN503
CN733 10 B/S
3 200V

CB (B DRIVE)
B 5 200V
IK B 1 CN734
CN736
B/S 9 CN761 CN706
AMP
H+ 7 B 4 8 K
Q761-764
H- 6 IK B 1
Except
53S75/61S75
DY(B) Serial No. 9,500,001- CN762 4, 5, V903
G1
TO A CN1304
AMP VM DRIVE
CN1303
VM B/S 9 9, 11
BOARD
CN203
K VM 6
Q1303-1306 Q1301, 1302
1 VM, OUT H+
H-
7
6
6 H+
7 H-
2 VM, RET 10 G2
FOCUS BLOCK G2 1
VM ASSY CN763
53S75/61S75
VM Serial No. 9,500,001-

DY(G) VM ASSY
CN1302
1 VM, OUT VM VM

2 VM, RET

DY(R) VM ASSY
CN1301
1 VM, OUT VM VM

2 VM, RET
G DRIVE,
CG ( VM DRIVE ) Except
53S75/61S75
Serial No. 9,500,001-

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BLOCK DIAGRAM (5)

( POWEER SUPPLY
G H/V OUT )
IC1502
IC1501(1/2)
SUB DY-DRIVE IC1509
CN651 V ZOOMING AMP
CN501 V OUT DY (B)
CN1503
RH 10 15 V DRIVE (+) 6 13 CN1506
18 1 HR OUT 12 7
14 5 1 RV DEF
1 V. DEF
16 4 HR RET
RV 9 14
11 2 VR OUT
J V DRIVE (-) 5
7
6
8
3
2 RV MID
V. MID
DY
(V)

13 3 VR RET N LATCH SWITCH 3 RV RET


V. RET
GH 7 6 Q654, 655 Q658
9 1 HG OUT TO A V-SEP CN1507
MUTE BOARD VP 4
TO A Q1508
3 7 4 HG RET
CN202
Q1505 1 GV DEF
BOARD
CN402
M IC1506
CN605
RELAY 4
RELAY DRIVE
2 GV MID
SUB
CN1504 Q652 DY
SUB DY-DRIVE

GV 5 15
G OVP 8 7 8
T602 3 GV RET

18 2 VG OUT
TO A OCP 7 1 7 1 CN1508
16 3 VG RET BOARD +135V 5 6 3 1 BV DEF H(+)
BH 3 14 CN681 D672 IC655 DY
11 1 HB OUT IC651 CONVERTER
+5V REG 4 2 BV MID H(MID) (H)
Q601
13 4 HB RET D667
STBY
BV 1 6 O I 9 6 3 BV RET H(-)
9 2 VB OUT +5V
MUTE PROTECT
3 7 3 VB RET RY601
Q1501 Q602
CN1505 5
8
BACK UP D601 602 CN601
Q651 LINEFILTER 2 AC (L)
L601 1 AC (W) DY
D662 (G)
Q653 ACIN
7 2 SWITCHING SAME AS
5 3 IC601 DBOVE
LIMIT 1 4
Q656 8 D603
D666
T601 PRT
T601
DY
CN1502 IC1501(2/2)
MUTE DRIVE PROTECT (B)
REGI MUTE 1 V ZOOMING AMP IC1504 D671 9 5
SAME AS
Q1509 Q657 IC654
(1/2) AUDIO(+) 1
BUFFER BUFFER +135V REG DBOVE
V BLK 2 20 2 AUDIO(-) D654 D657
Q1511 Q1503 21 1 R/S D670
18 3 (1/2) 2 11 1 4
IC1507
11 +11V
(2/2)
5 9 D655 7 D656
7
6 10 F652 D654 12 +135V
+15V (2/2)
D FOCUS 3 24
23 TO
IC1504 F651 13 MV FOCUS
22 (2/2) -15V PACK
27 6 IC653
25 7 B/S CN503
D1504 29 5 +5V REG
BUFFER D660 3 200V
Q1502 T504 H(+) +5V O I 14 7 H(+) TO CG
ABL 4 FBT
IC652
9
10
R/S
B/S
O BOARD
CN734
HV -5V REG
D529 HV D659 6 H(-)
-12V 3 MV -5V O I
D533 MV
+12V 7 200V
TO A IC502(1/4) 4
BOARD
CN801
I L 1
6 D522
11
6 2
D534

1
IC1505
2 7
6
CN1501
HV TO
HV
HV PROT 5 7 5 BLOCK
+135V 10 3 3 HV, REG
1 D532
8 D531 OFF.MUTE G2-MUTE
9 +12V CN507
Q506 Q507 TO
D528 3 2 G2
1 DF AMP FOCUS
2 1 DF PACK
Q1505, 1506

T502 IC1507 D525,


L504 (1/2)
PMT 526
9 HLC CN506
PIN 6 14 PIN AMP
8 5 3 1 R-H(+)
IC502(2/4) Q503
6 4 R-H(-)
5 11 IC502
2 13 4 1
HP 8 4 10 (4/4) CN505
T501
IC502 1 G-H(+)
HDT
(3/4) 4 G-H(-)
H OUT
+135V 3 4
Q502
CN504
HDRIVE 1 B-H(+)
HD 8 1 6
Q501 4 B-H(-)

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6-2. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM CN1291

S S S S 3P
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
TO HA:CN1201
S3001 ST BY 5V

TO G:CN506 TO G:CN1503 TO G:CN1506


SIRCS

E HC 6-3. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION


(IN/OUT SELECT)
CN3001

SENSE R

SENSER

SENSER

SENSER
3P
WHT-L
:S-MICRO

NC

NC

NC

NC
53S75/61S75 CN1253

HA

E
TO A:CN802 CN1252 11P
Serial No.9,500,001- CN1202
2P 2P WHT-L
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
WHT-L
:S-MICRO
:S-MICRO
TO U:CN1702 WOOFER WOOFER S
VM.IN
TO HB:CN1252 TO HA:CN1202 FR ROUT
CN705 CN706
:FASTON :FASTON

R
MENU KEY MENU KEY E

L
VM.RET CN702
T O C R T - G N D- G N D 9P E E FR LOUT
RED
VM ASSY CN1203 E
:S-MICRO

ANT SW
TO CG:CN1301 7P

HB HB
TO CG:CN735 FR VOUT
CN704 WHT-L
R/S :S-MICRO
TO FOCUS BLOCK E TWEETER TWEETER
TO A:CN002

CR
NC FR YOUT

R
(AS-2F)
Note: The symbol display is on the component slde.

L
H(MID)

VM.RET
V.RET

V.DEF

V.RET
H.RET

V.MID
H(+) 4P E
CR

H.IN

VM.IN
V.IN
CRT (R)

+
-

-
BLK-L

TIMER LED
H+

MENU KEY
H-

+
H(-) FRONT SW

-
+
-
ST BY 5V
:S-MICRO
L-T R-T The components identified by shading and mark

POW ER
NC TO A:CN001 FR COUT
are critical for safety. Replace only with part number

KEY
VM
CN701 NC E

E
4P

DY(H)

SUB D Y

DY(V)
Except CN703 WHT 200V specified.
53S75/61S75

ANT SW 1

ANT SW 2
:S-MICRO
Serial No.9,500,001- TO FOCUS BLOCK NC
TO CG:CN732
E
HC
The symbol indicate fast operating fuse.

9V
DY

E
HV
Replace only with fuse of same rating as maked.
(R) HA

IKR
G2

9V
CG

R
E

FR R IN

FR L IN

FR V IN

FR Y IN

FRONT SW

FR C IN

E
ST BY 5V

SIRCS
E

ST BY 5V

KEY

POW ER

TIME R LED
MEN U

PSDA
PSC L

SIRCS

NC

NC

B
E

B INT

B DAT

B CLK

R
E

E
L
Note: Les composants identifis per un tram et une marque
CN151
:FASTON sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer
TO G:CN653 CN403
CN002 CN003
CN1702
4P que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
10P 11P 11P
WHT A
WHT :B TO B-S WHT-L
:S-MICRO
:S-MICRO CB
:S-MICRO
TO G BOARD CN505 TO G:CN1504 TO G:CN1507 FOR TO HB:CN1253
TO SPEAKER Le symbole indique une fusible a action rapide.
CHECK
TO HA BOARD CN1203 G Doit etre remplacee par une fusible de meme yaleur,

VM.OUT

VM.RET

GND

VM.OUT

VM.RET

GND

IKR

9V

135V

NC

E
9V

VM
TO HC BOARD CN1291
CN739 CN738
R/S comme maque.
53S75/61S75 :FASTON :FASTON NC
Serial No.9,500,001- CN735
TO CRT-GND 9P H(+)
RED H(-) CN001
ANT SW 2
:S-MICRO 4P
VM.IN
NC E BLK
CN1302 CN1301 CN732 CN1304 :S-MICRO
TO CR:CN702
3P 3P 4P 6P NC ANT SW 1
VM.RET WHT
:S-MICRO
WHT
:S-MICRO
WHT
:S-MICRO
WHT
:S-MICRO 200V 9V
TO ANT SW
6-4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND
TO DY(G) TO DY(R) TO CR:CN701 TO A:CN203
VM ASSY NC
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS Terminal name of semiconductors in silk screen
E LEFT
Note:
TO CG:CN1302
E printed circuit ( * )
CN740 B/S
UPPER
CN802 Capacitors without voltage indication are all 50V.