User manual Sony BRAVIA KDL-40V4150

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Connecting Your New BRAVIA LCD HDTV  
Running Initial Setup  
Congratulations! Your new BRAVIA® TV opens the door to a “Full HD Experience”.  
Your BRAVIA TV must be properly connected to components such as sound system  
Run the Initial Setup to scan for the available analog and digital channels after  
This guide will explain how to get the most from your new High-Definition TV.  
and cable or satellite box.  
connecting your signal source to the CABLE/ANTENNA input on the rear of the TV.  
KDL-32XBR6 KDL-42V4100 KDL-40W4100  
KDL-37XBR6 KDL-46V4100 KDL-46W4100  
KDL-40V4100 KDL-52V4100 KDL-46W4150  
See reverse side of this guide for sample connection diagrams.  
The Initial Setup screen will appear when your BRAVIA is powered on for the  
first time. Select the language for the OSD (on screen display) from the screen  
shown below.  
Please take these steps before you power up your BRAVIA:  
Turn off and unplug all components before making connections.  
Do not turn on the TV until connection setup is completed.  
Register online at: (from U.S.A.)  
KDL-52W4100 (from Canada)  
Make sure you’ve removed all accessory contents from packaging.  
Install 2 AA batteries (supplied separately) in your remote control.  
Determine whether you will mount your TV on a wall or place it on a floor stand. Sony  
wall-mounting brackets are designed to provide the best fit.  
High or Standard  
Definition Quality  
Initial Setup  
Step 1 of 6  
Video Connection  
HDMI connection*  
Audio Connection  
HDMI 1  
HDMI 2  
HDMI 3  
HDMI 4  
HDMI cable carries both video  
and audio signals.  
(*When HDMI is connected to DVI  
1080/24p, 1080p,  
1080i, 720p, 480p,  
480i, PC  
(Compatible with  
HD or SD content)  
Please select a language. Language settings will apply to  
on screen display as well as default audio for digital  
channels. Highlight a choice and press to continue.  
Quick Setup Guide  
Give your TV 2  
inches (6 cm) of space behind it to properly ventilate.  
with an adapter,  
separate audio  
Component 1  
Component 2  
1080p, 1080i, 720p,  
480p, 480i  
The Four Steps to a Full HD Experience:  
HD or SD content)  
Compatible with  
Set, Sound, Source, and Setup  
Component connection  
Audio L/R  
Audio L/R  
Along with your BRAVIA TV set, a complete HD system requires an HD sound system, a  
source of HD content, and proper setup connection with components such as your HD cable  
or satellite box.  
For further information, see the Operating Instructions Manual supplied with the TV.  
Please retain this guide for your future reference. Assembly may be required on some  
Video 1  
(Use thSisVcoIDnnEecOtorcionnplnaceecotf icoomnposite  
video connector)  
2 Follow the instruction provided on the screen.  
Note: If you are using a cable or satellite box, select the Skip option to skip the  
Auto Program.  
You must get HD programming to experience the stunning detail of HDTV.  
The quality of the image you see on your BRAVIA can only be as high as the quality of the  
signal it is displaying. This chart shows the different signal types and how to access them.  
Video 1  
Video 2  
Video 3  
(SD content)  
When all receivable channels are found, press ,to continue to set the current  
Composite video connection  
Audio L/R  
HD Over-The-Air Antenna  
HD Cable Subscription/  
Continue on to set up the TV Guide On Screen™ if you are not using a cable or  
satellite box. Follow the on-screen instruction to set up your system.  
High Definition Best Picture Quality  
What is HDMI™?  
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cables are the standard for connecting HDTV.  
They are built to properly handle high bandwidth, uncompressed video and  
multi-channel audio—all in one cable.  
16:9 Aspect Ratio  
HD Satellite Subscription  
Over-The-Air Antenna  
Digital Cable Subscription  
Digital Satellite  
Good Picture Quality  
Aspect Ratio based on  
Digital Content  
Analog Content  
For Your Convenience  
Please contact Sony directly if you have questions on the use of your television  
after reading your Quick Setup Guide and Operating Instructions Manual.  
Connecting a PC to Your BRAVIA  
Original TV format  
Over-The-Air Antenna  
Cable Subscription  
May require DVI-to-HDMI adapter and separate audio connector.  
Connect PC’s audio output when using a Digital Video Interface (DVI) or HD15  
:3 Aspect Ratio  
Contact Sony Customer Support at:  
Or to speak with a support representative:  
Contact your cable or satellite provider to upgrade your service to HD. Receive over-the-air  
HD broadcasts with an HD-quality antenna ( and discover the wealth  
of entertainment now available on super-high-resolution Blu-ray Disc™.  
To learn more about HDTV, visit:  
Press PC’s FUNCTION Key + Select Output to transmit to TV.  
When using an HD15 connection, adjust TV’s Pitch and Phase to correct sharpness.  
Refer to your BRAVIA Operating Instructions Manual for more information.  
Note: Your TV will need to be left powered off (overnight) to receive TV Guide  
United States  
-800-222-SONY (7669) 1-877-899-SONY (7669)  
Please Do Not Return the Product to the Store  
When your program information is obtained, your TV will display the program  
listing. (See Operating Instructions Manual for more details.)  
2008 Sony Corporation Printed in U.S.A.  
Watching Your TV  
Remote Control and XMB™  
Input: Select Your Content Source  
Customize Sound and Picture Quality  
Press HOME to display the XMB (XrossMediaBar).  
Whether you are watching cable, satellite or broadcast TV; playing a VCR, DVD or Blu-ray  
Disc; or connecting to your PC, you need to choose the correct input using your remote  
You can choose optimum sound and picture settings to match the content you are displaying  
on your TV:  
XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) with focus on Settings.  
Select Settings to customize your TV.  
Press HOME on your remote control to display the XMB and select Picture or Sound  
Press HOME on your remote control to display the TV or External Inputs selection list; OR  
Press INPUT to display the input selection menu as shown below. You can use both INPUT  
or /to toggle through the list.  
from the Settings menu. Choose the appropriate setting for your content.  
Product Support  
Use the OPTIONS button to quickly access Picture Adjustments and Sound  
Refer to your Operating Instructions Manual for more information.  
Use the Favorites feature to manage your favorite channels and inputs for easy access.  
Adjust Screen Shape and Aspect Ratio  
The TV will automatically detect the  
connected equipment. Shown here with  
equipment connected to Video 1,  
Component 1 and HDMI 1.  
High-Definition and Standard-Definition signals are transmitted with different aspect ratios  
(the width-to-height shape of the image). Most HD signals use a widescreen aspect ratio of  
16:9. Most SD signals use a boxy 4:3 aspect ratio. The 16:9 aspect ratio looks perfect on your  
BRAVIA, but a 4:3 image may need to be adjusted to better fill the wide screen of your  
XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) with focus on TV icon.  
Select the channels from here or use the 0-9 number  
buttons on your remote control.  
Adjust your TV so boxy 4:3 images are automatically re-configured (zoomed or  
stretched) to fit the wide TV screen; OR  
Watch SD content in its original, boxy format with wide black bars surrounding the  
image to fill in unused space (for example, you may prefer to watch an old classic movie  
in its original 4:3 format, not reconfigured for a wide screen).  
Inputs can be managed by labeling them  
with the name of the connected  
equipment as shown here. See the  
Operating Instructions Manual for  
Press WIDE on your remote control. Your TV will display available wide modes for the  
current signal. Select the Wide Mode setting of your preference.  
XMB™ (XrossMediaBar) with focus on External  
Inputs. Select connected device from here or use  
the INPUT button on your remote control.  
Saved channel  
or external input  
Recently viewed channels  
and inputs  
Saved channel or  
external input  
To Do List  
When the Initial Setup is completed, consider carrying out these items:  
Background TV  
Set Closed Captions (CC)  
Set Parental Lock  
Show/Hide Channels  
Manage Inputs (Label/Enable Inputs)  
Set Speakers  
Press FAVORITES to access Favorites.  
In Favorites, you will see a list of your most recently viewed channels and external  
inputs. Highlight a channel or external input and press  
to tune to it.  
For details, refer to your BRAVIA Operating Instructions Manual.  
To add a channel or external input to your Favorites list, tune to it and press  
OPTIONS, then select Add to Favorites.  
See the Operating Instructions Manual for more details on this feature.  

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