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Manage Inputs
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Add Digital Channels
Show/Hide Channels
Edit Channel Labels
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VCR/DVD Player
Connect a VCR or DVD player to your TV.
The type of cable depends on your player’s
output terminals.
You can connect a VCR or DVD player to your TV. Use a connection cable appropriate for your
player’s output terminals.
HDMI connection
HDMI connection is recommended for optimum picture quality.
Component video connection
Composite connection
HDMI cable (not supplied)
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Viewing pictures from connected equipment
1. 
Turn on the connected equipment.
2. 
Press INPUT, then select the desired input source.
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Audio System
Connect an audio amplifier or home theater
system with digital input to your TV.
You can connect an audio amplifier or home theater system with digital input to your TV. Use an
appropriate connection cable.
Optical audio connection
HDMI connection
When connecting a digital audio system that is compatible with “Control for HDMI” (“BRAVIA”
Sync) and Audio Return Channel (ARC) technology, connect to HDMI IN 1 with an HDMI cable. If
connecting a system that is incompatible with “Control for HDMI” or Audio Return Channel, an
additional audio connection via DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL) is necessary.
Audio cable connection
Optical audio cable (not supplied)
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HDMI cable (not supplied)
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When using an external audio system, audio out of the TV can be controlled using the TV’s
remote control.
To output the sound from the connected audio system, press HOME, then select 
→ [Sound] →
[Headphone/Audio Out] → [Audio Out].
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USB Device (e.g. Digital Camera)
Plays photos/music/videos on the TV screen
by connecting a Sony digital still camera or
other USB-compatible device.
You can enjoy photo, music and video files stored in a Sony digital still camera, camcorder or
USB storage device by connecting the device via a USB cable.
Playing photos/music/videos
1. 
Press HOME, then select 
→ [Photos], [Music] or [Videos] → the desired USB device.
2. 
Select files or folders to play from the list.
Photo playback automatically starts when you connect a USB storage device after turning on the
TV, and [Slideshow] or [Thumbnail View] is selected in the [USB Auto Start] settings. Photo files
must be stored in a folder under the DCIM folder for automatic playback start. Also, the folder
name under the DCIM folder is required to be a combination of 3 numerals and 5 letters (can
include “_”), for example, 101MSDCF.
When connecting a Sony digital camera to the TV with a USB cable, USB connection settings on
your camera need to be set to [Auto] or [Mass Storage] mode.
Displaying a 3D Sweep Panorama photo is available only when [Slideshow Effect] is set to
[Simple]. (This feature is available on 3D-compatible models only.) To confirm the setting, press
OPTIONS, then select [Playback Method] → [Slideshow Effect] → [Simple].
Scrolling a panoramic photo is available only when [Slideshow Effect] is set to
[Simple]/[Crossfade]. To confirm the setting, press OPTIONS, then select [Playback Method] →
[Slideshow Effect] → [Simple]/[Crossfade].
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TV
USB Storage Device
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USB viewer supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 and exFAT file systems.
USB playback of the following photo file formats is available:
- JPEG (JPEG format files with the extension “.jpg” and conforming to DCF 2.0 or Exif 2.21)
- RAW (ARW/ARW 2.0 format files with the extension “.arw”) (For preview only.)
- MPO (files with the extension “.mpo”)
Only the panoramic JPEG files in the following horizontal/vertical sizes can be scrolled. (If the JPEG
file is edited on a PC, etc., scroll may not be possible.)
- For horizontal scroll: 4912/1080, 7152/1080, 3424/1920, 4912/1920, 12416/1856, 8192/1856,
5536/2160, 3872/2160, 10480/4096
- For vertical scroll: 1080/4912, 1080/7152, 1920/3424, 1920/4912, 1856/12416, 1856/8192,
2160/5536, 2160/3872, 4096/10480
USB playback of the following music file formats is available:
- MP3 (files with the extension “.mp3” that have not been copyrighted)
- WAV (files with the extension “.wav”)
- WMA (files with the extension “.wma”)
USB playback of the following video file formats is available:
- AVCHD (files with the extension “.mts” or “.m2ts”)
- MP4 (AVC) (files with the extension “.mp4”)
- MP4 (MPEG4) (files with the extension “.mp4”)
- MPEG1 (files with the extension “.mpg”)
- MPEG2 (files with the extension “.mpg”)
- WMV (files with the extension “.wmv” or “.asf”)
Video files are located in the following folder structure (hierarchal position):
/AVCHD/BDMV/STREAM/00000.MTS
/PRIVATE/AVCHD/BDMV/STREAM/00000.MTS
/MP_ROOT/100ANV01/MAHA0001.MP4
Avoid losing your files by backing up all your media files stored on a USB device. Sony cannot
accept responsibility for lost or damaged data stored on a USB device.
Depending on the file, playback may not be possible even when using the supported formats.
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You can set a photo in the connected USB
device, network device or preset picture
folder to be displayed for a specified time.
You can set a photo in the connected USB device, network device or preset picture folder to be
displayed for a specified time.
1. 
While the desired photo is displayed, press OPTIONS, then select [File Actions] → [Picture
Frame].
2. 
Press HOME, then select 
→ [Photos] → [Picture Frame].
The TV automatically switches to standby mode after a specified time.
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