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ITEM MODEL Television System Stereo System Channel Coverage Color System. ITALIA VHF A H2 C UHF 21 69 PAL PAL, Italian B G H GERMAN Stereo B G H VHF E2 E12 UHF E21 E69 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. CABLE TV 1 S1 S41 VIDEO IN, CABLE TV 2 S01 S05 M1 M10 U1 U10. L VHF F02 F10 UHF F21 F60, CABLE B Q B G H VHF E2 E12. UHF E21 E69 PAL SECAM, French B G H D K L I GERMAN NICAM CABLE TV 1 S1 S41 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. Stereo CABLE TV 2 S01 S05 M1 M10 U1 U10 VIDEO IN, ITALIA VHF A H2 C UHF 21 69.
I UHF B21 B69, PAL B G H VHF E2 E12 UHF E21 E69, CABLE TV 1 S1 S41 PAL SECAM. AEP B G H D K GERMAN Stereo CABLE TV 2 S01 S05 M1 M10 U1 U10 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. ITALIA VHF A H2 C UHF 21 69 VIDEO IN, D K VHF R01 R12 UHF R21 R69. PAL B G VHF E2 E12 UHF E21 E69, Spanish B G H D K GERMAN NICAM CABLE TV 1 S1 S41 PAL SECAM. Stereo CABLE TV 2 S01 S05 M1 M10 U1 U10 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. ITALIA VHF A H2 C UHF 21 69 VIDEO IN, D K VHF R01 R12 UHF R21 R69. GERMAN NICAM B G H VHF E2 E12 UHF E21 E69 PAL SECAM. OIRT B G H D K Stereo CABLE TV 1 S1 S41 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. D K VHF R01 R12 UHF R21 R69 VIDEO IN, GERMAN Stereo.
VHF A H2 VHF E02 E12 PAL SECAM, Irish I NICAM Stereo CABLE CHANNELS S1 S20 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. HYPERBAND S21 S46 VIDEO IN, UK I NICAM Stereo UHF B21 B69 NTSC4 43 NTSC3 58. MODEL 29X5A 29X5B 29X5D 29X5E 29X5K 29X5L 29X5R 29X5U. Power Consumption 100 1 W 108 W 108 W 108 W 108 W 158 5 W 108 W 158 5 W. PICTURE TUBE Super Trinitron FRONT, Approx 72cm 29 inches Video input phono jack. Approx 68 cm picture measured, diagonally Audio inputs phono jacks. 110 degree deflection S Video input 4 pin DIN, Headphone jacks stereo minijack.
Input Output Terminals, Sound output 2 x 20W Music Power. REAR Power requirements 220 240V, Dimensions Approx 676x557x525mm. 21 pin Euro connector CENELEC standard, Weight Approx 43 5kg. Inputs for Audio and Video signals Supplied accessories RM 883 Remote Commander 1. Inputs for RGB IEC designated R6 battery 1, Outputs of TV Video and Audio signals Other features NICAM FASTEXT TOPTEXT. KV 29X5B 29X5E 29X5L 29X5U only, 21 pin Euro connector RM 883.
inputs for Audio and Video signals Remote control system infrared control. inputs for S Video Power requirements 1 5V dc, outputs for Audio and Video signals selectable 1 battery IEC designation. R6 size AA, Phono Jack, Dimensions Approx 65x225x21mm w h d. Outputs for Audio Signals, Weight Approx 157g Not including battery. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Model Name, KV 29X5A KV 29X5B KV 29X5D KV 29X5E KV 29X5K KV 29X5L KV 29X5R KV 29X5U. Pal Comb OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF, PIP OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF.
RGB Priority OFF ON ON ON OFF OFF OFF OFF, Woofer Box OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. Scart 1 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON, Scart 2 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON. Front in 3 ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON, Scart 4 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. Projector OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF, AKB in 16 9 mode ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON. Norm B G ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF, Norm I OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF ON ON OFF.
Norm D K OFF ON ON ON ON OFF ON OFF, Norm AUS OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. Norm L OFF ON OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF, Norm SAT OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF. Norm M OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF, Teletext ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON. Nicam Stereo OFF ON OFF ON ON ON OFF ON, Language Preset Italian French German Spanish OIRT English OIRT English. WARNING KV 29X5L KV 29X5U only, The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a B S 1363 fused plug.
having a fuse of 5 AMP capacity Should the fuse need to be replaced. use a 5 AMP FUSE approved by ASTA to BS 1362 ie one that carries the. IF THE PLUG SUPPLIED WITH THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUITABLE. FOR THE OUTLET SOCKETS IN YOUR HOME IT SHOULD BE CUT. OFF AND AN APPROPRIATE PLUG FITTED THE PLUG SEVERED. FROM THE MAINS LEAD MUST BE DESTROYED AS A PLUG WITH. BARED WIRES IS DANGEROUS IF ENGAGED IN A LIVE OUTLET. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP. FUSE otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the. distribution board, How to replace the fuse, Open the fuse compartment with. a screwdriver blade and replace, Pin No 1 2 4 Signal Signal level. 21 pin connector 1 2 2, 1 Audio output B Standard level 0 5V rms. right Output impedence Less than 1kohm, Audio output B Standard level 0 5V rms. 2 right Output impedence More than 10kohm, Audio output A Standard level 0 5V rms.
3 left Output impedence Less than 1kohm, 4 Ground audio. 5 Ground blue, 6 Audio input A Standard level 0 5V rms. left Output impedence More than 10kohm, 7 Blue input 0 7 3dB 75 ohms positive. High state 9 5 12V Part mode, 8 Function select Low state 0 2V TV mode. AV control Input impedence More than 10K ohms, Input capacitance Less than 2nF.
9 Ground green, 11 Green Green signal 0 7 3dB 75 ohms. 21 positive, 18 13 Ground red, 17 14 Ground blanking. 16 Red input 0 7 3dB 75 ohms positive, S signal Chroma 0 3 3dB 75 ohms positive. 12 16 Blanking input High state 1 3V Low state 0 0 4V. 11 Ys signal Input impedence 75 ohms, 10 17 Ground video. 8 18 Ground video, 6 19 Video output 1V 3dB 75ohms positive sync 0 3V.
4 Video input 1V 3dB 75ohms positive sync 0 3V, 2 Video input 1V 3dB 75ohms positive sync 0 3V. Y S signal 3 10dB, 21 Common ground, plug shield, Connected Not Connected open at 20Hz 20kHz. Pin No Signal Signal level, 3 Y S signal input 1V 3dB 75 ohm positive Sync 0 3V 3 10dB. 4 C S signal input 0 3V 3dB 75 ohm positive Sync, TABLE OF CONTENTS. Section Title Page Section Title Page, 1 GENERAL 5 DIAGRAMS.
Overview of TV buttons 6 5 1 Block Diagram 25, Adjusting the Picture and Sound 7 5 2 Circuit Board Location 32. Using the Sleep Timer 8 5 3 Schematic Diagrams and. Viewing Teletext 8 Printed Wiring Boards 32, Exchanging Programme Positions 9 S1 Board 34. Manually Tuning the TV 9 A Board 41, Fine Tuning Channels 10 VMBoard 46. Using Optional Equipment 10 C Board 49, Troubleshooting Specifications 11 H1 Board 51. 5 4 Semiconductors 53, 2 DISASSEMBLY 5 5 IC Blocks 55.
2 1 Rear Cover Removal 12 6 EXPLODED VIEWS, 2 2 Chassis Assy Removal 12. 2 3 Service Position 12 6 1 Chassis 56, 2 4 S1 Board Removal 13 6 2 Picture Tube 57. 2 5 H1 Board Removal 13, 2 6 Picture Tube Removal 14 7 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 58. 2 7 Removal and Replacement of the, Main Bracket Bottom Plates 15. 3 SET UP ADJUSTMENTS, 3 1 Beam Landing 16, 3 2 Convergence 17.
3 3 Screen G2 White Balance 19, 3 4 Focus 19, 4 CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS. 4 1 Electrical Adjustments 20, 4 2 Test Mode 2 23, 4 3 FE 1 Self Diagnostic Software 24. CAUTION ATTENTION, SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND THE APRES AVOIR DECONNECTE LE CAP DE LANODE. ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS CRT SHIELD OR THE COURT CIRCUITER L ANODE DU TUBE CATHODIQUE ET. CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT AFTER REMOVAL OF THE CELUI DE L ANODE DU CAP AU CHASSIS METALLIQUE. ANODE CAP DE L APPAREIL OU AU COUCHE DE CARBONE PEINTE. SUR LE TUBE CATHODIQUE OU AU BLINDAGE DU TUBE, WARNING CATHODIQUE. AN ISOLATING TRANSFORMER SHOULD BE USED DURING ANY ATTENTION. SERVICE WORK TO AVOID POSSIBLE SHOCK HAZARD DUE TO. LIVE CHASSIS THE CHASSIS OF THIS RECEIVER IS DIRECTLY AFIN D EVITER TOUT RISQUE D ELECTROCUTION PROVENANT. CONNECTED TO THE POWER LINE D UN CH SSIS SOUS TENTION UN TRANSFORMATEUR. D ISOLEMENT DOIT ETRE UTILIS LORS DE TOUT D PANNAGE. SAFETY RELATED COMPONENT WARNING LE CH SSIS DE CE R CEPTEUR EST DIRECTMENT RACCORD. L ALIMENTATION SECTEUR, COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARKED ON.
THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN THE ATTENTION AUX COMPOSANTS RELATIFS LA. PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFE OPERATION REPLACE S CURIT. THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS. APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFI S PAR UNE TRAME ET PAR UNE. PUBLISHED BY SONY MARQUE SUR LES SCH MAS DE PRINCIPE LES VUES. EXPLOS ES ET LES LISTES DE PIECES SONT D UNE IMPORTANCE. CRITIQUE POUR LA S CURIT DU FONCTIONNEMENT NE LES, REMPLACER QUE PAR DES COMPSANTS SONY DONT LE NUM RO. DE PI CE EST INDIQU DANS LE PR SENT MANUEL OU DANS. DES SUPPL MENTS PUBLI S PAR SONY, The operating instructions mentioned here are partial abstracts. SECTION 1 GENERAL from the Operating Manual The page numbers of the Operating. Instruction Manual remain as in the manual, Basic TV Features Additional TV Features. Overview of TV Buttons Using Select Mode, You can select different preset picture and sound modes. 1 Press the MENU button on the remote control to SELECT. display the menu on the TV screen SELECT, s 2 L G S I R D D D.
Video Input Button Auto Tune 2 With the cursor pointing at the symbol on the. On Off Switch selects input signals Button Volume Control Buttons SELECT SELECT. TV screen as shown press the yellow button, from VCR etc. P Programme Up or, Down Buttons, s 2 L G S I R D D D. selects TV channels 3 Press the blue button to select the desired mode. reverts to settings made in Adjusting the, Picture and Sound sections of the manual. for programmes broadcast live, Overview of Remote Control Buttons. 4 Press the MENU button to remove the menu, display from the TV screen.
To Mute Sound To Temporarily Switch Off TV, Press to mute TV sound Press again Press to temporarily switch off TV Press. to restore the sound again to switch on TV from standby. To save energy we recommend switching off Note The mode selected in step 3 is now stored. completely when TV is not in use, NOTE After 15 30 minutes without a. To Select Channels TV signal and without any button being. Press to select channels pressed the TV switches automatically. into standby mode, For double digit programme, Changing Modes Quickly. numbers e g 23 press first, then the buttons 2 and 3. 1 Press the button on the remote control to display. MENU To Reveal On Screen Information the three different modes. Press to reveal all on screen indications 2 Press the button again to select your desired. To Change Screen Format Press again to cancel mode. Press to view programmes in 16 9, Press again to return to 4 3 mode.
To Adjust TV Volume To Select Channels, Press to adjust the volume of the TV Press to select channels. Additional TV Features Additional TV Features, Adjusting the Picture Adjusting the Sound. Although the picture is adjusted at the factory you can modify it to suit your own Although the sound is adjusted at the factory you can modify it to suit your own. requirement requirement, 1 Press the button on the remote control to 1 Press the button on the remote control to. display the three different modes on the TV display the three different modes on the TV. 2 Press the button to highlight the user mode 2 Press the button to highlight the user mode. symbol as shown, symbol as shown, 3 Press the MENU button to display the menu on. the TV screen, 3 Press the MENU button to display the menu on SELECT.
the TV screen, 4 Press the blue button on the control to select the. symbol on the TV screen then press the yellow Press the blue button to select the symbol on the SELECT. button TV screen then press the yellow button, Press the blue button to select the item you wish IIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII, to change see below IIIIIIIIIIIIIII 5 Press the blue button to select the item you wish to MONO STEREO. DSP ON OFF, IIIIIIIIIIIIIII change see below, RM 883 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, 0 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
6 Press the red or yellow button to alter the selected. item 6 Press the red or yellow button to alter the selected. 7 Press the MENU button to remove the menu, display from the TV screen 7 Press the MENU button to remove the menu. display from the TV screen, Symbol Item Symbol Item. Mono sound Stereo sound, Contrast A Channel 1 sound B Channel 2 sound. Colour to select your desired language from a, Brightness dual sound broadcast. Sharpness DSP On Off digital sound processor, Hue control only for NTSC video signals Treble.
Reset resets to factory preset picture level Bass, Picture rotation adjusts picture tilt Balance. only for KV 29X5U model Reset resets to factory preset sound. Represents the mode selected in the Using level, Select Mode section Represents the mode selected in the Using. Select Mode section of the manual, Additional TV Features Additional TV Features. Using the Sleep Timer Viewing Teletext, The TV may be set to switch automatically to the standby mode after a length of time Teletext is an information service transmitted by most TV stations. chosen by you You may set the time in 15 minute steps up to 4 hours. 1 Press the MENU button on the remote control to SELECT. Selecting Teletext, display the menu on the TV screen SELECT.
1 Press a number button on the remote control to, select the channel which carries the teletext service. you wish to receive, 2 Press the button on the remote control to switch TELETEXT TELETEXT. 2 Press the blue button on the control to select the SELECT. on teletext Index, Programme 25, symbol on the TV screen then press the yellow News. button Weather 98, 3 Input three digits for the page number using the. numbered buttons on the control, MENU MENU 4 Press the button to switch off teletext.
3 Press the yellow button repeatedly until the SELECT. 1 service manual fe 1 chassis model commander dest chassis no model commander dest chassis no self diagnostic function rm 883 progr menu kv 29x5a rm 883 italian scc q06a a kv 29x5b rm 883 french scc q02a a kv 29x5d rm 883 aep scc q04a a kv 29x5e rm 883 spanish scc q05a a kv 29x5k rm 883 oirt scc q03a a kv 29x5l rm 883 irish scc q07a a

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