4-078-366-31 (1

)

Trinitron Color TV

Operating Instructions
• Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain
it for future reference.

KV-EX34
KV-EX29
© 2000 Sony Corporation

M87
M39

WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• TV operating voltage: 110 – 240 V AC. (For Australia/New Zealand only: 220-240 V AC.)

2

For your own safety, do not touch any part of the
TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during
lightning storms.

For children’s safety, do not leave children
alone with the TV. Do not allow children to
climb onto it.

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose
the TV to rain or moisture.

Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
qualified personnel only.

Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV.
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.

Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth.
Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals
to clean the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.

Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull
the power cord itself. Disconnect the TV before
moving it or if you are not going to use it for
several days.

Do not plug in too many appliances to the same
power socket. Do not damage the power cord.

Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the
TV as high voltages and other hazards are
present inside the TV. Refer servicing and
disposal of the TV to qualified personnel.

Your TV is recommended for home use only.
Do not use the TV in any vehicle or where it may
be subject to excessive dust, heat, moisture or
vibrations.

Table of Contents
Using Your New TV
Using Your New TV

Getting Started ............................................................................................. 4
Step 1: Connect the antenna ................................................................. 4
Step 2: Insert the batteries into the remote ......................................... 5
Step 3: Preset the channels automatically ........................................... 5
Connecting the 3D WOOFER .................................................................... 6
Connecting optional components ............................................................. 7
Securing the TV .......................................................................................... 10
Watching the TV ........................................................................................ 11

Advanced Operations

Adjusting Your Setup (MENU)

Selecting the picture and sound
modes .................................................. 15

Introducing the menu system .......... 27
Changing the “PICTURE” setting
.. 30

Viewing higher quality pictures ...... 16

Changing the “SOUND” setting

Viewing your favorite channels ....... 17

Changing the “PIP” setting

Watching two programs at the
same time ............................................ 18

Changing the “SETUP”setting
... 35
Changing the channel preset
.............. 37
(“CH PRESET”) setting

Listening with surround sound ....... 20
Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs
(KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) ....... 21
Viewing Teletext
(KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) ....... 23
Operating optional components ...... 25

GB

.... 32
........ 34

Additional Information
Self-diagnosis function ...................... 40
Troubleshooting ................................. 41
Overview of controls ......................... 45
Specifications ...................... Back cover

WARNING (continued)

Do not install the TV in an unstable position.
Use a proper TV stand.

Do not place any objects on the TV.

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Using Your New TV

Getting Started
CAUTION
• Do not connect the power cord until you have completed making all other
connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through
the antenna and other terminals to ground.
• To avoid battery leakage and damage to the remote, remove the batteries
from the remote if you are not going to use it for several days. If any
liquid that leaks from the batteries touches you, immediately wash it
away with water.

Step 1
Connect the antenna
If you wish to connect a VCR, see the Connecting a VCR diagram below.
Rear of TV
Antenna cable (not supplied)

or
IEC connector
(not supplied)

Antenna cable (not supplied)

: Signal flow

Connecting a VCR
To watch the video input, press t (see page 12).
To ˘ (antenna)
Antenna cable (not supplied)
Rear of TV

To antenna
output

VCR
WOOFER

R

L

Y

CB

CR

4

1
AUDIO VIDEO
R
VIDEO IN

L

2

3

S video cable
(not supplied)

VIDEO OUT

To video and
audio outputs

To S video To
(S video input)
output
Audio/Video cable
(not supplied)

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Using Your New TV

To T 1, 2, or 3
(video input)

(yellow)
-L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)

: Signal flow

Step 2 b Insert the batteries into the remote Note • Do not use old batteries or different types of batteries together. Step 3 Preset the channels automatically Front panel 1 L(MONO) 4 R ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR 2 AUTO PROGR SELECT PROGR b AU TO PROGRA M PR : 0 1 T V S Y S : AU TO VH F L OW 1 Tips • To stop the automatic channel presetting. Using Your New TV 5 . • When both the (S video input) and t 1 (video input) are connected. press MENU. then preset your TV manually (see page 38). the TV screen becomes blue.Using Your New TV Notes • If you connect a monaural VCR. disconnect the S video cable. To view the video input to t 1 (video input). • When no signal is input from the connected video equipment. the (S video input) is automatically selected. connect the yellow plug to (the yellow jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack). preset the signal output from the VCR to the program number 0 on the TV. • If you connect a VCR to the 8 (antenna) terminal. • If your TV has preset an unwanted channel or cannot preset a particular channel.

• To prevent a malfunction caused by a short circuit of the terminals. 2 Place the foot at the rear of the 3D WOOFER into the footholds at the rear of your TV. The red wire should be connected to the ‘ red terminal and the black wire to the ’ black terminal.Connecting the 3D WOOFER You can enjoy high quality sound by connecting the 3D WOOFER. make sure that none of the 3D WOOFER wire strands stick out. 1 Bottom of 3D WOOFER 2 Rear of TV 3D WOOFER 3 Red wire Black wire 1 Place the foot at the front of the 3D WOOFER into the footholds on the top of your TV. Notes • Connect only the supplied 3D WOOFER. otherwise your TV may malfunction. 3 Connect the wires to the 3D WOOFER (4Ω) terminals at the rear of your TV. 6 Using Your New TV . • Unplug your TV from the wall outlet when connecting the 3D WOOFER. making contact with it’s neighbouring 3D WOOFER terminal.

such as a VCR. Connecting audio/video equipment using the T (monitor output) jacks Rear of TV WOOFER R Antenna cable (not supplied) L Y CB To antenna output CR 4 1 (yellow) -L (MONO) (white) -R (red) 2 3 To T (monitor output) To video and audio inputs Audio/Video cable (not supplied) Audio system VCR or To audio inputs Audio cable (not supplied) : Signal flow Note • If you select “DVD” on your TV screen. disconnect the S video cable. To watch and operate the connected equipment. display the “PICTURE” menu and select “ON” for “GAME MODE” to adjust the picture setting that is suitable for video games (see page 30). camcorder. video game. no signal will be output at the T (monitor output) jacks (see page 12). • When both the (S video input) and t 4 (video input) are connected. Using Your New TV Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment using the t (video input) jacks Front of TV S video cable (not supplied) Audio/Video cable (not supplied) To (S video input) To … 4 (video input) To video and audio outputs Camcorder L(MONO) 4 R ENTER MENU SELECT AUTO PROGR PROGR or L(MONO) To S video output Video game equipment : Signal flow R 4 Notes • When connecting video game equipment. or stereo system.Connecting optional components You can connect optional audio/video components. • You can also connect video equipment to the t 1. continued Using Your New TV 7 . the (S video input) is automatically selected. multi disc player. 2. To view the video input to t 4 (video input). or 3 (video input) jacks at the rear of your TV. see pages 12 and 25.

and CR output connectors on your DVD player. 3 Press t on the remote or the TV until “DVD” appears on the screen. R-Y or PR • When connecting to (component video input) on your TV. connect R and L under (component video input) on your TV to the LINE OUT.Connecting optional components (continued) Connecting a DVD player to (component video input) 1 Using an audio cable. Rear of TV DVD player R COMPONENT VIDEO OUT CR CB Y S VIDEO OUT LINE OUT R-AUDIO-L VIDEO L Y CR To L (white) R (red) Audio cable (not supplied) To audio output CB To (component video input) : Signal flow To component video output Component video cable (not supplied) Notes • Some DVD player terminals may be labeled differently: Connect To (on the DVD player) Y (green) Y CB (blue) Cb. and CR under (component video input) on your TV to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y. and CR to receive the video signals. connect Y. and connect L and R to receive analog audio signals. CB. CB. 2 Using a component video cable. 8 Using Your New TV . you must connect Y. AUDIO R and L output connectors on your DVD player. B-Y or PB CR (red) Cr. CB.

Connecting the DVD player through other video equipment will cause unwanted picture noise. • Connect your DVD player directly to your TV. 2. (audio/video) connectors on your TV to LINE Rear of TV Using Your New TV DVD player WOOFER R L Y CB CR 4 1 2 3 LINE OUT R-AUDIO-L VIDEO To video and audio outputs Audio/Video cable (not supplied) (yellow) -L (MONO) (white) -R (red) To t 1. picture noise may appear.Connecting a DVD player to t (video input) Connect t 1. 2. or 3 (video input) / OUT on your DVD player. Using Your New TV 9 . In this case. or 3 (video input) : Signal flow Notes • Since the high quality pictures on a DVD disc contain a lot of information. adjust the sharpness (“SHARP”) under “PERSONAL ADJUST” in the “PICTURE MODE” menu (see page 31).

10 Using Your New TV . Use of other screws may damage the TV. attach the stabilizer band to the TV stand and to A With the rear of the TV using the provided hole. OR the cord or chain through the clamps to secure the TV against a wall or B Put pillar. secure the TV using one of the following methods: the supplied screws.Securing the TV To prevent the TV from falling. 20 mm 3.8 mm A B OR Note • Use only the supplied screws.

either the program number or video mode is displayed for approximately 40 seconds. continued Using Your New TV 11 . then the number (e. for 25. The ECO MODE ( ) icon will also appear if “ECO MODE “ in the “SETUP” menu is set “ON” (see page 35). When the TV is in standby mode (the 1 indicator on the TV is lit red). Note • When you select a TV program quickly. press -. then 2 and 5). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 JUMP PROGR or 9 Note • When you turn on the TV. For double digit numbers. Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons to select the TV channel. press ?/1 on the remote or PROGR +/– on the TV. This does not indicate a malfunction. (2) Release PROGR +/– when the desired program number appears. the picture may be disrupted.g. PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND ENTER MENU 1 2 AUTO PROGR PROGR SELECT PROGR +/– PROGR Press ! to turn on the TV.. Most operations can be done using the remote. press -. To select a TV program quickly (1) Press and hold PROGR +/–.Watching the TV DRC-MF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP Number buttons MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER L(MONO) 4 R ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR 1 indicator SELECT PROGR FAVORITE RESET Using Your New TV This section explains various functions and operations available while watching the TV.

The 1 indicator on the TV lights up red. To return to the TV screen. Jump back to the previous channel JUMP.) t (or t on the TV) to select “VIDEO 1”. +/– VIDEO TITLE TV Additional tasks To Press Turn off temporarily 1/1. * Some picture/sound settings. press a (or t on the TV). etc. Watch the video input (VCR.Watching the TV (continued) DRC-MF L(MONO) R 4 ENTER MENU 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP 1 indicator SELECT AUTO PROGR 1 PROGR MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER MENU SELECT V/v/ENTER ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR PROGR JUMP FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR . Turn off completely ! on the TV. camcorder. Display the on-screen information* . Mute the sound %. 12 Using Your New TV . “VIDEO 2”. Adjust the volume 2+/–. The on-screen display for the picture/sound settings disappears after about 3 seconds. “VIDEO 4”or “DVD”. “VIDEO 3”. and either the program number or video mode are displayed.

ENTER 3 b P I C T URE DRC . b ENTER Make sure “LANGUAGE” is selected then press ENTER . 2 Press V or v to select then press ENTER. Press MENU. continued Using Your New TV 13 .g.. For details on how to use the menu.Changing the menu language You can change the menu language as well as the on-screen language. ENTER 4 b S E T UP L ANGUAGE : E NG L I SH P I C ROT A T I ON ECO MODE : OF F PROGRAM S E T UP CO L OR S Y S : AU TO b S E T UP ENG L I SH L ANGUAGE : P I C ROT A T I O ECO MODE : O F PROGRAM S E T CO L OR S Y S : A . ENTER b ENTER Using Your New TV 1 b The selected menu language appears.MF : DRC 1 2 5 0 P I C T URE MO DE : DYNAM I C WI DE MODE : OF F GAME + MODE +: +OF + +F + + + + + + + MENU Press V or v to select the desired language (e.” “). then press ENTER . To return to the normal screen Press MENU. see Introducing the menu system on page 27.

The indicator on the TV lights up orange. To resume watching the TV. . The Sleep timer starts immediately after you have set it. To cancel the Wake Up timer Press until “WAKE UP TIMER: OFF” appears. the TV automatically goes into standby mode. Note • If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the TV is turned on using the Wake Up timer. The Wake Up timer starts immediately after you have set it. or set the Sleep timer if you want the TV to turn off automatically. SLEEP TIMER:30M After 30 minutes SLEEP TIMER:60M After 60 minutes SLEEP TIMER:OFF No Sleep Timer SLEEP TIMER:90M After 90 minutes To cancel the Sleep timer Press 14 Using Your New TV until “SLEEP TIMER: OFF” appears. Setting the Sleep timer Press until the desired period of time appears. or turn off the TV’s main power. Press [/1. or turn the TV off. press any button or control on the TV or the remote. 2 3 WAKE UP TIMER:10M After 10 minutes WAKE UP TIMER:OFF No Wake Up Timer WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M After 12 hours Select the TV channel or video mode you want to wake up to.Watching the TV (continued) Setting the Wake Up timer 1 Press until the desired period of time appears.

“PERSONAL” receive the last adjusted picture setting from the “ADJUST” option in the “PICTURE” menu (see page 31). “STANDARD” receive normal pictures. “HI-FINE” receive higher resolution pictures with mild contrast. “SOFT” receive soft sound. SOUND MODE ≥ DYNAMIC ≥ DRAMA ≥ PERSONAL ≥ SOFT Select To “DYNAMIC” listen to dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes both the low and high tones. RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR SOUND MODE Selecting the picture mode Press PIC MODE repeatedly until the desired picture mode is selected. Selecting the sound mode Press SOUND MODE repeatedly until the desired sound mode is selected. Advanced Operations Select Tip • You can also set the picture and sound modes using the menu (see Changing the “PICTURE” setting on page 30 and Changing the “SOUND” setting on page 32 ). Advanced Operations 15 .Advanced Operations Selecting the picture and sound modes MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR PIC MODE ENTER FAVORITE You can select picture and sound modes and adjust the setting to your preference in the “PERSONAL” option. “PERSONAL” receive the last adjusted sound setting from the “ADJUST” option in the “SOUND” menu (see page 33). “DRAMA” listen to sound that emphasizes voice and high tones. PIC MODE DYNAMIC STANDARD PERSONAL HI-FINE To “DYNAMIC” receive high contrast pictures.

you may see some dots or noise on the TV screen. DRC-MF DRC-MF: DRC1250 DRC-MF: DRC PROGRESSIVE Select To “DRC1250” select higher resolution pictures. or “DRC PROGRESSIVE” to reduce any jittering on the screen if necessary.. To reduce this interference. Note • The DRC-MF mode is not selectable when the “GAME MODE” or PictureIn-Picture (“PIP”) mode is turned “ON”. The DRC-MF logo ( Sony Corporation.g. “DRC PROGRESSIVE” reduce jitter of any small areas or scanning lines (e. You can select “DRC1250” to watch super real (higher resolution) pictures. letters or the edge of objects) on the screen. Tips • You can also select the DRC-MF option using the menu (see Changing the “PICTURE” setting on page 30). display the “PICTURE” menu and select “ADJUST” in “PICTURE MODE”.Viewing higher quality pictures DRC-MF DRC-MF — “DRC-MF” The Digital Reality Creation-Multi Function (DRC-MF) feature allows you to enjoy higher quality pictures on your TV. 16 Advanced Operations ) and “DRC-MF” are trademarks of . • When the broadcast signal is weak. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND Press DRC-MF repeatedly until you receive the desired picture quality. then adjust “SHARP” to reduce the sharpness (see page 31).

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP Number buttons MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE RESET FAVORITE PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND Advanced Operations PROGR VIDEO TITLE TV 1 Press FAVORITE. Advanced Operations 17 . 2 Press the number button from 1 to 6 to select the desired channel.Viewing your favorite channels DRC-MF You can display and select six of your favorite channels directly from your TV screen. see Adjusting each channel settings (PROGRAM SETUP) on page 36. FAVORITE 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tip • To program your favorite channels.

Watching two programs at the same time DRC-MF — “PIP” With the Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature. . you can display a sub screen within the main picture of different TV programs or video inputs. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP / / / MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR V (PIP PROGR +)/ v (PIP PROGR –) SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR VIDEO TITLE TV Displaying a sub screen Press . 12 To return to the normal screen Press 18 Advanced Operations (when displaying the sub screen).

To unfreeze the screen. This does not indicate a malfunction of the TV. the picture may be disrupted depending on the VCR type. Advanced Operations Advanced Operations Tips • You can also display the sub screen and exchange pictures between the main and sub screens using the menu (see Changing the “PIP” setting on page 34). swap pictures between the main and sub screens . Notes • When you display a video input on the sub screen at a faster/slower speed. select a video input in the sub screen . the size of the sub screen may be different and the sub screen picture may be disrupted. 19 .Additional PIP tasks To Press change a TV program in the sub screen V (PIP PROGR +) or v (PIP PROGR –). press the button again. freeze the sub screen . • If you display different color systems on the main screen and the sub screen. • You can change the position of the sub screen (see Changing the “PIP” setting on page 34).

Tip • You can also select the surround option using the menu (see Changing the “SOUND” setting on page 32).669 and 4. Inc. Inc. SRS and the SRS symbol are registered trademarks of SRS Labs.Listening with surround sound MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE The surround feature enables you to enjoy the sound effects of a concert hall or movie theater. SRS and TruSurround are incorporated under license from SRS Labs. and are protected under United States Patent Nos. Inc. “OFF” turn off the surround sound. in the United States and selected foreign countries.572 with numerous additional issued and pending foreign patents.841. 20 Advanced Operations . The surround of your TV is categorized as TruSurround. RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR SURROUND VIDEO TITLE TV Press SURROUND repeatedly until you receive the desired surround sound.748. 4. Select SURROUND: TruSurround SURROUND: OFF To “TruSurround” listen to the surround sound that spreads out to the rear of a room. TM is a trademark of SRS Labs.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER L(MONO) 4 R ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR SELECT PROGR  indicator FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR Press A/B repeatedly until you receive the sound you want. When receiving a NICAM program Broadcasting NICAM stereo On-screen display (Selected sound) NICAM MONO (Regular sound) (Stereo sound) NICAM bilingual NICAM monaural NICAM MAIN NICAM SUB (Main sound) (Sub sound) NICAM MAIN MONO (Regular sound) MONO (Regular sound) (Main sound) continued Advanced Operations 21 . The on-screen display changes to show the selected sound. NICAM A/B The  indicator on the TV lights up red when receiving any stereo or bilingual program.Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs DRC-MF (KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) A/B You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual programs of NICAM and A2 stereo systems.

The sound becomes monaural. Thailand. etc. A2 Australia. MONO AUTO Notes • The “MONO” or “AUTO” setting is memorized for each program position. Normally.Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs (continued) When receiving an A2 program Broadcasting A2 stereo On-screen display (Selected sound) STEREO MONO (Regular sound) A2 bilingual (Stereo sound) MAIN SUB (Main sound) (Sub sound) Receiving area for NICAM and A2 programs System Receiving area NICAM Hong Kong. 22 Advanced Operations . etc. press A/B again until “AUTO” appears on the screen. select “MONO”. set the TV to “AUTO”. To cancel the monaural sound setting. • You cannot receive a stereo broadcast signal when the TV is in the “MONO” setting. Malaysia. the sound becomes monaural automatically. Notes • If the signal is very weak. but the noise is reduced. If the sound is distorted when receiving a monaural program through the 8 (antenna) terminal Press A/B repeatedly until “MONO” appears on the screen. • If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM program. Thailand. Malaysia. New Zealand. Singapore.

5 4.7 4 2130/0745 2300/0915 SQ24 AZ487 747 747 1 2 2210/0610 2100/0835 SQ21A SQ21A 747 747 To SYDNEY FR1 MAR 03:59:09 To turn off Teletext Press a. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP A/B (red.6 To PARIS 2 3 Dep/Arr 220/0588 2130/1225 2115/1330 Flight Alrcraft SQ28 747 PA115 L15 SQ26 747 To OSAKA 2. such as stock market reports and news. to display the A Teletext page (normally the index page) is displayed.blue) MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR VIDEO TITLE TV Displaying Teletext 1 Select a TV channel that carries the Teletext broadcast you want to watch. 2 Press text. yellow. P166 SECTEXT 166 From Singapore Day 1. continued Advanced Operations 23 .6 1000/1715 0930/2015 SQ6 CX522 747 L10 To ROMA 2. green. “100” is displayed at the top left corner of the screen. If there is no Teletext broadcast.Viewing Teletext DRC-MF (KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) Some TV stations broadcast an information service called Teletext which allows you to receive various information.

enlarge the Teletext display Press . select a Teletext page Press the number buttons to enter the three-digit page number of the desired Teletext page. press or . 24 Advanced Operations . appears on the screen. To resume normal Teletext viewing. To access a FASTEXT menu Press the color-coded button on the remote corresponding to the menu you want. press PROGR +/–. Each time you press . Using FASTEXT This feature allows you to quickly access a Teletext page that uses FASTEXT. An overview of the Teletext contents. The color of each menu . check the contents of a Teletext service Press . To conceal the information..g. press the button again. the Teletext display changes as follows: Enlarge upper half n Enlarge lower half n Normal size. press show the text. When a FASTEXT program is broadcast. colored menus appear at the bottom of the screen. To access the next or previous page. yellow . corresponds to the color-coded buttons on the remote (red green .Viewing teletext (continued) Additional Teletext tasks To Do this display a Teletext page on the TV picture Press . The menu page appears on the screen after a few seconds. and blue ). hold (pause) a Teletext display Press to display the symbol “j” at the top left corner of the screen. the screen changes as follows: Teletext n Teletext and TV n TV. stand by for a Teletext page while watching a TV program 1 Enter the Teletext page number that you want to refer to. then press . to 2 When the page number is displayed. reenter the correct page number.* If you make a mistake. Each time you press . an answer to a quiz) Press . * You can also select a Teletext page that appears in the colored columns at the bottom of the screen using the corresponding color-coded buttons on the remote. reveal concealed information (e. including page numbers.

to operate a Sony 8 mm VCR: VIDEO + 0 b 2 Code numbers for Sony video equipment To control Hold down VIDEO I/1 and press DVD 00 VTR1 (Beta) 01 VTR2 (8 mm) 02 VTR3 (VHS) 03 MDP 04 CD 06 MD 07 Notes • If your video equipment is furnished with a COMMAND MODE selector. 8 mm. CD or DVD. • When you remove the batteries. continued Advanced Operations 25 . press the following number combinations to enter the equipment’s code number (see the chart below.) For example.Operating optional components You can use the supplied remote to operate Sony video equipment such as Beta. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP Number buttons MENU PIC MODE MENU PIP PROGR V/v/B/b/ ENTER ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR VIDEO VIDEO I/1 Video equipment operation buttons TITLE Setting up the remote to work with other connected equipment While holding down VIDEO ?/1. the corresponding button on the remote will not operate. • If the equipment does not have a certain function. set this selector to the same position as the setting code. the code number may revert to the factory setting. VHS. MDP.

to step backward.while holding down (. to step backward. pause X Press again to resume normal playback. step through different tracks of a disc > to step forward or . VIDEO ?/1 Operating a CD/MD using the remote 26 To turn on/off Press play N stop x pause X Press again to resume normal playback. Advanced Operations VIDEO ?/1 . play N stop x fast forward (M) > rewind the tape (m) . VIDEO ?/1 Operating an MDP using the remote To turn on/off Press play N stop x pause X Press again to resume normal playback. display the title menu TITLE display the menu MENU while holding down z. step through different tracks of a disc > to step forward or . go forward (M)/ backward (m) quickly in a track > or .during playback. VIDEO ?/1 Operating a DVD player using the remote To turn on/off Press play N stop x pause X Press again to resume normal playback. Release to resume normal playback.Operating optional components (continued) Operating a VCR using the remote To turn on/off Press record N while pressing z. go to the next/previous tracks > or . select the menu item V/v/B/b while holding down z. search the picture forward (M) or backward (m) > or .

The following is an overview of the menu system.Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Introducing the menu system The MENU button lets you open a menu and change the settings of your TV. “PIP” Display a sub screen within the main picture. “SWAP” Exchange pictures between main screen and sub screen. Return icon Name of the current menu Guide mark icon PICTURE icon SOUND icon PIP icon SETUP icon CH PRESET icon S E T UP ENG L I SH L ANGUAGE : P I C ROT A T I EC O MODE : O PROGRAM S E CO L OR S Y S : Menu level 3 Menu level 2 Menu level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3/Function “PICTURE” “DRC-MF” Select the “DRC-MF” mode: “DRC1250” t “PROGRESSIVE” “PICTURE MODE” Select the picture mode: “DYNAMIC” t “STANDARD” t “HI-FINE” t “PERSONAL” t “ADJUST” “ADJUST” Adjust the “PERSONAL” option: “SOUND” “WIDE MODE” Change the picture size. “GAME MODE” Adjust the picture settings for video games. “SOUND MODE” Select the sound mode: “DYNAMIC” t “DRAMA” t “SOFT” t “PERSONAL” t “ADJUST” “ADJUST” Adjust the “PERSONAL” option: “BASS” t “TREBLE” t “BALANCE” t “BBE”* “SURROUND” Select the “SURROUND” mode: “TruSurround” t “OFF” “INTELLIGENT Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) “PICTURE” t “COLOR” t “BRIGHT” t “HUE” t “SHARP” Adjust volume automatically. continued Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) 27 . VOL” “PIP” “POSITION” Change the position of the sub screen.

“TV SYS” Select the TV system: “B/G” t “I” t “D/K” t “M” * The BBE is manufactured by Sony Corporation under license from BBE Sound. 28 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) . “ECO MODE” Reduce power consumption of your TV.58” t “NTSC4.258 and No.638.482. It is covered by U.S.43” “AUTO PROGRAM” Preset channels automatically.866. Patent No. Inc. 4. Inc. “MANUAL PROGRAM” Preset channels manually. The word “BBE” and the BBE symbol are the trademarks of BBE Sound.Introducing the menu system (continued) Level 1 Level 2 Level 3/Function “SETUP” “LANGUAGE” Change the menu language: “ENGLISH” t “ ”(Chinese) t “ “ “CH PRESET” ”(Arabic) t ” (Thai) “PIC ROTATION” Adjust the picture position. 4. “COLOR SYS” Select the color system: “AUTO” t“ PAL” t “SECAM” t “NTSC3. “PROGRAM SETUP” Adjust each channel settings.

the menu screen automatically disappears. • Some of the menu items can be operated directly using the remote buttons. v. Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) 29 . Front of TV ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) To SELECT PROGR Note • If more than 60 seconds elapse between entries. B or b. Cancel the menu MENU. and SELECT / buttons on the TV can also be used for the operations above. then press ENTER. TV ENTER Other menu operations Press Adjust the setting value V. • The MENU.How to use the menu Press MENU to display the menu. ENTER. Move to the next/previous menu level B or b. ENTER b PIP POS I T I ON : P I P : OF F SWA P b PIP POS I T I ON : P I P : OF F SWA P VIDEO TITLE Press ENTER to confirm your selection and go to the next level. MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR MENU b ENTER FAVORITE P I C T URE DRC . press V or v until the return icon ( ) is highlighted. Tips • If you want to exit from Menu level 2 to Menu level 1.MF : DRC 1 2 5 0 P I C T URE MO DE : DYNAM I C WI DE MODE : OF F F I C : OF F GAMEN MODEN: OF T P RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR Press V or v (or B/b) to select the desired item.

or “ADJUST”.Changing the “PICTURE” setting MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR The “PICTURE” menu allows you to adjust the picture settings. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. “WIDE MODE” change the picture size when receiving wide-mode (16:9) picture signal. “PERSONAL”*. select “OFF”. 3 V/v/B/b/ENTER ENTER FAVORITE 1 2 MENU RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND Press MENU. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. “HI-FINE”. then press ENTER. select “OFF”. “GAME MODE” adjust the picture setting that is suitable to view video games. or (component video input) jacks at the front and rear of your TV. 30 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) .g. (S video input). * When the “PERSONAL” mode is selected. “STANDARD”. • “GAME MODE” is available only when receiving signals through the t (video input). “DRC-MF”). Notes • For details on the options under “DRC-MF” and “PICTURE MODE”. then press ENTER. you can receive the last adjusted picture settings from the “ADJUST” option (see page 31). Press V or v to select “ON”. To restore the normal picture size.. Make sure the “PICTURE” icon ( ) is selected.MF : P I C T URE MOD PROGRESSIVE WI DE MODE : O GAME MODE : O Select To “DRC-MF” choose either “DRC1250” or “PROGRESSIVE”.MF : DRC 1 2 5 0 P I C T URE MODE : DYNAM I C WI DE MODE : OF F GAME MODE : OF F P I C T URE DRC 1 2 5 0 DRC . see pages 16 and 15 respectively. Press V or v to select “ON”. “PICTURE MODE” choose either “DYNAMIC”. ENTER ENTER b ENTER b b P I C T URE DRC . then press ENTER. Press V or v to select the desired item (e. To cancel.

g.. 3 Repeat the above steps to adjust other items. Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Tip • For details on the menu system and how to use the menu. For Press v or B to Press V or b to “PICTURE” decrease picture contrast increase picture contrast “COLOR” decrease color intensity increase color intensity “BRIGHT” darken the picture brighten the picture “HUE”* increase red picture tones increase green picture tones “SHARP” soften the picture sharpen the picture * You can adjust “HUE” for the NTSC color system only.“COLOR”). ENTER b ENTER b COLOR 2 80 Adjust the value according to the following table. The adjusted settings will be received when you select “PERSONAL”. 31 . then press ENTER. then press ENTER.Adjusting the “ADJUST” items under “PICTURE MODE” 1 Press V or v to select the desired item (e. refer to Introducing the menu system on page 27.

see pages 15 and 20 respectively. “SOUND MODE”). “DRAMA”. 32 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) . “PERSONAL”*.Changing the “SOUND” setting MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR The “SOUND” menu allows you to adjust the sound settings. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. 3 Press V or v to select the desired item (e. then press ENTER. To cancel. Note • For details on the options under “SOUND MODE” and “SURROUND”. Press V or v to select “ON”. or “ADJUST”. * When the “PERSONAL” mode is selected.g. select “OFF”.. 2 Press V or v to select the “SOUND” icon ( ). then press ENTER. ENTER ENTER V/v/B/b/ENTER ENTER FAVORITE 1 MENU b b RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND ENTER ENTER b b SOUND SOUND MODE : DYNAM I C SURROUND : OF F I N T E L L I GEN T VO L : OF F SOUND SOUND MODE : DYNAM I C SURROUND : OF DRAMA I N T E L L I GEN T SOF T P E RSONA L AD J US T Select To “SOUND MODE” choose either “DYNAMIC”. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. Press MENU. “SOFT”. “INTELLIGENT VOL” adjust the volume of all TV programs and video inputs automatically. “SURROUND” choose either “TruSurround” or “OFF”. you can receive the last adjusted sound settings from the “ADJUST” option (see page 33).

“BALANCE”).Adjusting the “ADJUST” items under “SOUND MODE” 1 Press V or v to select the desired item (e. select “OFF” to turn off the BBE sound. then press ENTER. Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) Tip • For details on the menu system and how to use the menu. “BBE” select “HIGH” for higher enhancement of sound clarity. then press ENTER . 33 .g. For Press v or B to Press V or b to “BASS” decrease the bass increase the bass. “TREBLE” decrease the treble increase the treble. “BALANCE” increase the left speaker’s volume increase the right speaker’s volume. select “LOW” for lower enhancement of sound clarity. refer to Introducing the menu system on page 27. Repeat the above steps to adjust other items.. The adjusted settings will be received when you select “PERSONAL”. ENTER b ENTER b BALANCE 2 3 00 Adjust the value according to the following table.

see Introducing the menu system on page 27.g. “PIP” display a sub screen within the main picture. To cancel.Changing the “PIP” setting 0 JUMP MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR The “PIP” menu allows you to display a sub screen.. Press V or v to select “ON”. then press ENTER. press or select “OFF”. “POSITION”). To return to the normal screen Press MENU. Tip • For details on the menu system and how to use the menu. then press ENTER . “SWAP” exchange pictures between the main screen and sub screen. then press ENTER . change the sub screen position and exchange pictures between the main and sub screens. Press V or v to select the “PIP” icon ( ). then press ENTER . 1 2 3 MENU V/v/ENTER ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND Press MENU. Press V or v to select the desired item (e. Press V or v to select the desired position. ENTER ENTER b b ENTER ENTER b PIP POS I T I ON : P I P : OF F SWA P b PIP POS I T I ON : P I P : OF F SWA P Select To “POSITION” change the position of the sub screen. 34 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) . then press ENTER.

b. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. continued Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) 35 . “PIC ROTATION” adjust the picture position when it is not aligned with the TV screen. Press V or v to select the “SETUP” icon ( ). 5 8 N T SC 4 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP Number buttons MENU PIC MODE MENU PIP PROGR V/ b/v/B/ENTER ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND 1 2 3 Press MENU. setup your programs and select the color system. then press ENTER. ENTER b b ENTER PIC ROTATION “ECO MODE” reduce power consumption of your TV to save energy. select “OFF”.g.Changing the “SETUP” setting The “SETUP” menu allows you to change the menu language. reduce your TV power consumption. adjust the picture position. ENTER ENTER b b ENTER ENTER b S E T UP L ANGUAGE : E NG L I SH P I C ROT A T I ON ECO MODE : OF F PROGRAM S E T UP CO L OR S Y S : AU TO b S E T UP L ANGUAGE : E N P I C ROT A T I O ECO MODE : OF PROGRAM S E T CO L OR S Y S : AU TO PA L S ECAM N T SC 3 .. then press ENTER. Normally. “COLOR SYS” select the color system.v or B to adjust the picture position. Press V or v to select “ON”. Press V or v to select the desired item (e. then press ENTER. “COLOR SYS”). “PROGRAM SETUP” adjust each channel settings (see Adjusting each channel settings (PROGRAM SETUP) on page 36). then press ENTER. To cancel. 4 3 Select To “LANGUAGE” change the menu language (see Changing the menu language on page 13). then press ENTER. Press V. set this to “AUTO”.

then press ENTER. Press V or v to select “ON”. “FAVORITE CH” program six channels for direct selection. refer page 17.. then repeat step 2 and 3. “CHILD LOCK” prevent children from watching this selected channel. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. Press V or v to select “ON”. Press V or v to select one of the six favorite channel numbers (if you decide not to make any changes. To view the selected favorite channel.g. To continue adjusting other channels. If you preset a locked channel. Press V or v to select the desired channel you want to adjust. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. then press ENTER. press V or v to select “PR”. that channel will be unlocked automatically. “SKIP” skip unwanted or unused program number. The lock symbol ( ) appears on the screen. then press ENTER. Select “PR” and press ENTER. To cancel. ENTER b ENTER b b PROGRAM S E T UP PR : 1 4 S K I P : OF F CH I L D L OCK : OF F F A VOR I T E CH : – – PROGRAM S E T UP ON PR : 1 4 SK I P : OF F CH I L D L OCK : F A VOR I T E CH Select To “PR” select the desired channel. select “ ”). To cancel. 36 b ENTER Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) . then press ENTER. select “OFF”. ENTER Press V or v to select the desired item (e.Changing the “SETUP” setting (continued) Adjusting each channel settings (PROGRAM SETUP) 1 2 3 4 Select “PROGRAM SETUP” from the “SETUP” menu. select “OFF”. “SKIP”).

For example. 1 2 3 V/ b/v/B/ENTER ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND Press MENU. To return to the normal screen Press MENU. then press ENTER. See Presetting channels manually on page 38. Tip • For details on the menu system and how to use the menu. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. Press V or v to select either “B/G”. “TV SYS” select the TV system. ENTER ENTER b b ENTER ENTER b b CH PRE S E T AU TO PROGRAM MANUA L PROGRAM TV SYS : B / G AU TO PROGRA M PR : 0 1 T V S Y S : AU TO VH F L OW Select To “AUTO PROGRAM” preset channels automatically. refer to Introducing the menu system on page 27. you can manually tune in a channel with a weak signal that fails to be tuned in by automatic presetting. “D/K” or “M”. “MANUAL PROGRAM” preset channels manually. Press V or v to select the “CH PRESET” icon ( ). “I”. “AUTO PROGRAM”)..Changing the Channel Preset (“CH PRESET”) setting 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP MENU PIC MODE MENU PIP PROGR The “CH PRESET” menu allows you to adjust the setup of your TV. continued Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) 37 . Press V or v to select the desired item (e.g.

then press ENTER.. 38 Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) ENTER b b b b ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : I S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : AU TO . 2 Select the desired channel. “VHF HIGH”.g. then press ENTER. ENTER ENTER b ENTER b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 0 6 TV SYS : B / G S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : AU TO b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : B / G S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : AU TO b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : B / G S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : AU TO b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : B / G S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : AU TO b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 B/G TV SYS : I S ENS : H I G D / K VH F L OW M F I NE : AU TO Tip • You can also select the program number with the PROGR +/– or number buttons. 3 ENTER ENTER If the sound of the desired channel is abnormal. then press ENTER. (2) Press V or v until the desired channel’s broadcast appears on the TV screen. then press ENTER. program number “10”) appears on the menu. (1) Press V or v to select either “VHF LOW”. (1) Make sure “PR” is selected. select the program number to which you want to preset a channel. (2) Press V or v until the program number you want to preset (e. (2) Press V or v until the sound becomes normal. then press ENTER. then press ENTER. select the appropriate TV system. ENTER (1) Press V or v to select “TV SYS”. or “UHF”.Changing the “CH PRESET” setting (continued) Presetting channels manually 1 After selecting “MANUAL PROGRAM”.

B or b until the picture and sound quality are optimal. (2) Press V or v to select “LOW”. The + or – icon on the menu flashes while tuning. then press ENTER. that channel will be unlocked automatically (see page 36). then press ENTER. (3) Press V. • If you preset a locked channel (“CHILD LOCK”). 5 ENTER ENTER b b b ENTER ENTER ENTER b b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 AU TO MANUA L TV SYS : I S ENS : H I G VH F L OW F I NE : b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : I S ENS : H I GH VH F L OW F I NE : MA NUA L If the TV signal is too strong and the picture is distorted. you may be able to improve them by using the “FINE” tuning feature. then press ENTER. v. select “ then press ENTER. Notes • The TV system (“TV SYS”). you can adjust the TV reception sensitivity. (1) Press V or v to select “FINE”. ENTER ENTER b b ENTER ENTER MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 AU TO TV SYS : I MANUA L S ENS : H I G VH F L OW F I NE : b b MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 H I GH TV SYS : I L OW S ENS : VH F L OW F I NE : MA NU A L MANUA L PROGRAM PR : 1 0 TV SYS : I S ENS : L OW VH F L OW F I NE : MA NU A L To return to the normal screen Press MENU. ENTER (2) Press V or v to select “MANUAL”. Adjusting Your Setup (MENU) 39 . then press ENTER. (1) Press V or v to SENS”.4 If you are not satisfied with the picture and sound quality. TV reception sensitivity (“ SENS”) and fine tuning (“FINE”) settings are memorized for each program number.

The number of times the 1 indicator flashes indicates the possible causes. the 1 (standby) indicator flashes red. Front of TV L(MONO) 4 40 R ENTER MENU AUTO PROGR 1 indicator SELECT PROGR 1 Check that the 1 indicator flashes red a number of times between 3-second intervals. Press ! (main power) to turn off your TV. Additional Information . Be sure to note the model name and serial number located on the rear of your TV. 2 3 4 Count the number of times the 1 indicator flashes.Additional Information Self-diagnosis function Your TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a problem with your TV. Inform your nearest Sony service center about the number of times the 1 indicator flashed.

• The antenna direction needs adjustment. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. Your TV will go blank for about half a second then the picture will reappear with “RESET” displayed on your TV screen for about 10 seconds. Then. • Adjust the antenna direction. If the problem persists. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. 38 – – Good picture Noisy sound • The TV system setting or channel presetting is inappropriate or incomplete. • Display the “CH PRESET” menu and select “MANUAL PROGRAM” to preset the channel again. • Try using a booster. select the channel. contact your Sony dealer. 37 • If the sound of some channels is noisy. select “ SENS: LOW”. you can either use the Reset function or check the Troubleshooting guide below. – • Signal transmission is low. Additional Information Noisy sound continued Additional Information 41 . • Display the “CH PRESET” menu and select “MANUAL PROGRAM”. 4 38 • Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF). MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE RESET RESET PIP PROGR SOUND Troubleshooting guide Symptom Snowy picture Noisy sound Distorted picture Possible cause • The connection is loose or the cable is damaged. then display the “CH PRESET” menu and select the appropriate TV system (“TV SYS”). 39 • If the sound of all the channels are noisy. Pressing RESET will set your TV to the factory setting. – • Broadcast signals are too strong. Reset function Press the RESET button on your remote control. but certain problems may be solved. display the “CH PRESET” menu and select “AUTO PROGRAM” to preset the channels again. • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in use. Solutions Page • Check the antenna cable and connection on the TV. • Channel presetting is inappropriate or incomplete. VCR and at the wall. • The antenna type is inappropriate.Troubleshooting If you have any problem while viewing your TV.

Contact a Sony dealer for advice. 35 • The antenna direction needs adjustment. • Press ¸ + to increase the volume level. antenna or VCR is not connected. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. • Press A/B until a better sound is heard.Troubleshooting (continued) Symptom No picture Possible cause No sound Dotted lines or stripes Double images or “ghosts” No color 42 Page • Check the power cord. • The TV is not turned on. • Use a highly directional antenna. – • Use the fine tuning (“FINE”) function. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. • Display the “SETUP” menu and check the color system (“COLOR SYS”) setting (usually set this to “AUTO”). – • The color level setting is too low. • Adjust the antenna direction. • Adjust the antenna direction. 12 • The volume level is too low. 39 • The antenna direction needs adjustment. – No sound Good picture Solutions • The power cord. neon signs. – • Use of a booster is inappropriate. – • Broadcast signals are reflected by nearby mountains or buildings. • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in use. 31 • The color system setting is inappropriate. etc. then turn it on again. antenna and the VCR connections. • Press % to cancel the muting. power generators. 12 • The sound is muted. 11 • Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn off the TV for about five seconds. • Press ?/1 (power). hair dryers. Additional Information 4 . 21 • There is local interference from cars. then adjust the “COLOR” level. • Display the “PICTURE” menu and select “ADJUST” of “PICTURE MODE”. 12 • The broadcast signal has a transmission problem. • Do not use a hair dryer or other equipment near the TV. – • Adjust the antenna direction for minimum interference.

• Try using a booster. • Adjust the antenna direction. – TV cannot receive stereo broadcast signal. – • Signal transmission is too low. 4 • The antenna direction is inappropriate. VCR. – • Display the “SETUP” menu and adjust “PIC ROTATION” so that the picture is aligned to the TV screen. 21 “100” appears at the top of the screen and there is no Teletext display. – The sound switches between stereo and monaural frequently. or the direction of the earth’s magnetic field may affect the TV. then turn it on again. 21 Stereo broadcast sound switches on and off or is distorted. • Keep external speakers or other electrical equipment away from the TV. • The connection is loose or the cable is damaged. (KV-EX34M39/ EX29M39 only) • The channel carries no Teletext broadcast. Teletext display is incomplete (snowy picture or double images). • Press A/B until a better sound is heard. • Adjust the antenna direction. or the direction of the earth’s magnetic field may affect the TV. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. • Press A/B until “AUTO” appears on the screen. • Check the antenna cable and connection on the TV. (KV-EX34M39/ EX29M39 only) • Connection is loose or the cable is damaged. VCR and on the wall. and at the wall. 35 or 23 — Additional Information continued Additional Information 43 . (KV-EX34M39/ EX29M39 only) • The stereo reception setting is inappropriate. (KV-EX34M39/ EX29M39 only) • The broadcast signal has a transmission problem. • Keep external speakers or other equipment away from the TV. Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn off the TV for about five minutes. 39 Picture slant • The magnetic disturbance from external speakers or other equipment. – • Use the fine tuning (“FINE”) function. Contact a Sony dealer for advice.Symptom Possible cause Page Solutions Abnormal color patches • The magnetic disturbance from external speakers or other equipment. Do not move the TV while the TV is turned on. 4 • The antenna direction needs adjustment. • Check the antenna cable and connection on the TV.

causing a noise. This does not indicate a malfunction. A small “boom” sound is heard when the TV is turned on. e. This does not indicate a malfunction. • Some shooting games which involve pointing a light beam at the TV screen with an electronic gun or rifle cannot be used with your TV. 44 Additional Information Solutions Page .. 39 The 1 indicator on your TV flashes red a number of times between 3-second intervals. — – • Changes in room temperature sometimes make the TV cabinet expand or contract.g. 40 Cannot play shooting games.Troubleshooting (continued) Symptom Possible cause Lines moving across the TV screen. nearby broadcast station. • Use the fine tuning (“FINE”) function. • Your TV may need servicing. • Contact your nearest Sony service center. see the instruction manual supplied with the video game software. heavy machineries. • There is interference from external sources. — – TV cabinet creaks. — – • The TV’s demagnetizing function is working. For detail.

Overview of controls TV front panel L(MONO) 4 L(MONO) R R ENTER MENU SELECT AUTO PROGR ENTER 4 MENU Button PROGR SELECT AUTO PROGR PROGR Function Page 5 ! Turn off completely or turn on the TV. MENU i Headphone jack. 11 2 +/– t Adjust volume. 14 21 29 – continued Additional Information 45 . 12 Select TV or video input. 11 1 Standby indicator. Â Stereo/Bilingual indicator. 11 PROGR +/– Select program number. Additional Information AUTO PROGR Preset channels automatically. (KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) Display the menu. 12 Wake Up indicator.

14 14 15 15 16 Favorite Channel operations Display favorite channels.Overview of controls (continued) Remote control DRC-MF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP Button function White For general TV operations Green For Teletext operations Yellow For PIP operations ?/1 PIP PROGR ENTER FAVORITE Label color Button MENU PIC MODE The names/symbols of buttons on the remote are indicated in different colors to represent the available functions. FAVORITE 1–6 17 Select desired channel. t . Set TV to turn off automatically. Freeze the sub screen. 18 Change programs in the sub screen. Display the TV program. Adjust volume. Select DRC-MF mode. Mute the sound. ÷ ¤ . RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR +/– 0 – 9. 17 Display a sub screen. Select sound mode. Swap main and sub screens. Jump to previous channel. 11 11 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 Set TV to turn on automatically. Select TV or video input. Select program number. Display on-screen information. 19 PIP operations TV 46 Additional Information V (PIP PROGR +) / v (PIP PROGR –) 19 19 19 . Select video input for the sub screen. Input numbers. +/– JUMP Timer operation PROGR SOUND MODE PIC MODE DRC-MF VIDEO TITLE Function Page Turn off temporarily or turn on the TV. Select picture mode.

Pause. 29 Set TV to factory setting. Stop Teletext display from scrolling. z x X Menu operations MENU 21 Display Teletext broadcast. 29 29 Confirm selected items. N 20 47 . Display the next or previous page. Fast forward/Search forward. Display Teletext service contents. TITLE Display the title menu.Button Function Page DRC-MF Select surround mode. v. A/B Teletext operations (KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 JUMP MENU PIC MODE PIP PROGR 0-9 PROGR +/– (red. B. 24 ENTER RESET 24 24 Play. green. Input Teletext page number. Enlarge the Teletext display. Stop. Rewind/Search backward. b TV 23 24 24 24 24 24 Access a FASTEXT menu. Select and adjust items. 41 Additional Information Additional Information . 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 Display the menu. Optional components operations VIDEO ?/1 Power. Record. blue) ENTER FAVORITE RESET PIP PROGR SOUND MODE SURROUND PROGR > VIDEO TITLE V. yellow. Reveal concealed information. SURROUND Stereo/bilingual operations (KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only) Select stereo/bilingual mode. Show TV screen while waiting for Teletext page.

75 ohms. 50/60 Hz 220-240 V AC. S1 to S41 UHF : B21 to B68 / CATV : S01 to S03. R1 to R12 / UHF : C13 to C57. 75 ohms. Arabic. PAL 60. Tube size (cm) 72 86 Measured diagonally Screen size (cm) 68 80 Measured diagonally 772 × 603 × 516 895 × 700 × 590 56 84 Dimensions (w/h/d. W+6 to W+84 ˘ (Antenna) 75-ohm external terminal Audio output (Speaker) 6W + 6W 3D WOOFER 15W Number of terminal (Video) (Audio) Input: 4 Output: 1 Phono jacks. SECAM. S1 to S41 VHF : 0 to 12. 75 ohms Audio: 500 mVrms Output: 1 Stereo minijack 29 in.7 Vp-p. A2 Stereo/Bilingual B/G KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only Teletext language English. R21 to R60 / CATV : S01 to S03. sync negative CB: 0. 75 ohms Input: 4 Input: 2 Output: 1 Phono jacks. S1 to S41 VHF : 1 to 11 / UHF : 21 to 69 / CATV : S01 to S03. NTSC4.Specifications KV-EX29M87 KV-EX29M39 Power requirements KV-EX34M87 KV-EX34M39 110-240 V AC. 1 Vp-p. Z1 to Z39 M VHF : A2 to A13 / UHF : A14 to A79/ CATV : A-8 to A-2. 75 ohms CR: 0. 34 in.58 Stereo/Bilingual system NICAM Stereo/Bilingual B/G. 500 mVrms Y: 1 Vp-p. sync negative C: 0. S1 to S41 D/K VHF : C1 to C12. D/K. Y: 1 Vp-p. NTSC3.286 Vp-p. I.43. I. D/K. 75 ohms (S Video) (Component Video) 2 (Headphone) Picture tube Input: 1 Australia only New Zealand only Phono jacks. Sony Corporation 48 Note Additional Information . S1 to S41.7 Vp-p. M Color system PAL. French KV-EX34M39/EX29M39 only Channel coverage B/G I VHF : E2 to E12 / UHF : E21 to E69 / CATV : S01 to S03. unbalanced. 5A. 9A / UHF : 28 to 69 / CATV : S01 to S03. 50/60 Hz Australia/New Zealand only Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV Television system B/G. mm) Mass (kg) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. A to W+4.