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REVISION HISTORY BG-3R CHASSIS

MODEL PART NO. : 9-872-249-01


KV-XA21M83
KV-XA21M93
KV-XA21M83
KV-XA51M61
KV-XA21N93
KV-XA21P80

NO DATE DESCRIPTION OF REVISION


SERVICE MANUAL BG-3RCHASSIS
MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO. MODEL COMMANDER DEST. CHASSIS NO.

KV-XA21M83 RM-952 India SCC-U60A-A

KV-XA21M93 RM-952 India SCC-U60B-A

KV-XA21M83 RM-952 Vietnam SCC-U56D-A

KV-XA51M61 RM-952 Indonesia SCC-U59A-A

KV-XA21N93 RM-915 Philippines SCC-U61A-A

KV-XA21P80 RM-952 ME SCC-U48M-A

MUTING DISPLAY POWER

MTS VIDEO TV

1 2 3
1 2 3
4 5 6
4 5 6
7 8 9
7 8 9
÷ 0 JUMP
JUMP 0 ENT
SOUND Á PROGR
SOUND VOL CH MODE
MODE

FAVORITE

WAKE UP SELECT

SLEEP PIC MODE

AUTO ADD/ FAVORITE


CABLE PROGRAM ERASE

TV
TV

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TRINITRON ® COLOR TV
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952
KV-XA21N93
RM-915

SPECIFICATIONS
(KV-XA21P80/XA21N93)

Note

Power requirements 110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz


Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system B/G KV-XA21P80
M KV-XA21N93
Color system PAL, PAL 60, NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58 (AV IN) KV-XA21P80
NTSC3.58, PAL*, PAL 60*, SECAM*, NTSC4.43* *AV IN only KV-XA21N93
Stereo/Bilingual system MTS KV-XA21N93
Channel coverage
B/G VHF: E2 to E12 / UHF: E21 to E69 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41 KV-XA21P80
M VHF: 2 to 13 / UHF: 14 to 69 / CATV: 1 to 125 KV-XA21N93
˘ (Antenna) 75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (speaker) 5W + 5W KV-XA21P80
3W + 3W KV-XA21N93
3D Woofer 9W KV-XA21N93 only
Number of terminal
D (Video) Input: 2 Output: 1 Phono jacks; 1 VP-P, 75 ohms
≥ Audio Input: 2 Output: 1 Phono jacks; 500 mVrms
2 (Headphone) Output: 1 Stereo minijack
Picture tube 21 inch
Tube size (cm) 54 Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm) 51 Measured diagonally
Dimension (w/h/d, mm) 640 × 452 × 496 KV-XA21P80
640 × 482 × 496 KV-XA21N93
Mass (kg) 26 KV-XA21P80
28 KV-XA21N93

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

CAUTION SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!


SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN
OR CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
ANODE. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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RM-915

SPECIFICATIONS
(Except KV-XA21P80/XA21N93 )

Note

Power requirements 110-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz


Power consumption (W) Indicated on the rear of the TV
Television system B/G, I, D/K, M
Color system PAL, PAL 60, SECAM, NTSC4.43, NTSC3.58
Stereo/Bilingual system Nicam Stereo/ Bilingual B/G, I, D/K; A2 Stereo/Bilingual B/G KV-XA21M93/XA51M61
Teletext language English, Arabic, French KV-XA51M61 only
Channel coverage
B/G VHF: E2 to E12 / UHF: E21 to E69 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
I UHF: B21 to B68 / CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41
D/K VHF: C1 to C12, R1 to R12 / UHF: C13 to C57, R21 to R60 /
CATV: S01 to S03, S1 to S41, Z1 to Z39
M VHF: A2 to A13 / UHF: A14 to A79 /
CATV: A-8 to A-2, A to W+4, W+6 to W+84
˘ (Antenna) 75-ohm external terminal
Audio output (speaker) 3W + 3W except KV-XA51M61
5W + 5W KV-XA51M61 only
3D WOOFER 9W except KV-XA51M61
Number of terminal
D (Video) Input: 2 Output: 1 Phono jacks; 1 VP-P, 75 ohms
≥ Audio Input: 2 Output: 1 Phono jacks; 500 mVrms
2 (Headphone) Output: 1 Stereo minijack
Picture tube 21 inch Except KV-XA51M61
Tube size (cm) 54 Measured diagonally
Screen size (cm) 51 Measured diagonally
Picture tube KV-XA51M61
Tube size (mm) 545 Measured diagonally
Screen size (mm) 507 Measured diagonally
Dimension (w/h/d, mm) 620 × 482 × 496 except KV-XA51M61
620 x 452 x 496 KV-XA51M61
Mass (kg) 26 KV-XA51M61
28 except KV-XA51M61

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

CAUTION SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!


SHORT CIRCUIT THE ANODE OF THE PICTURE TUBE AND COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY SHADING AND MARK ! ON
THE ANODE CAP TO THE METAL CHASSIS, CRT SHIELD, THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS, EXPLODED VIEWS AND IN
OR CARBON PAINTED ON THE CRT, AFTER REMOVING THE THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION.
ANODE. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS
WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS
MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUBLISHED BY SONY.

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RM-915

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page

SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION ..................... 5 5. DIAGRAMS


5-1. Block Diagram ......................................................... 51
1. GENERAL ........................................................ 8 5-2. Circuit Board Location ............................................ 52
5-3. Schematic Diagrams ................................................. 52
2. DISASSEMBLY (1) Schematic Diagrams of F, J3 and H4 Boards ... 55
2-1. 3D Speaker Box Removal ....................................... 36 (2) Schematic Diagram of A Board ....................... 56
2-2. Rear Cover Removal ............................................... 36 (3) Schematic Diagram of C1 Board ...................... 73
2-3. Speaker Removal .................................................... 36 (4) Schematic Diagrams of K2 and V1 Boards ..... 75
2-4. Chassis Assy Removal ............................................ 36 Board Mark List ...................................................... 77
2-5. F, H4 and K2 Boards Removal ............................... 36 5-4. Voltage Measurements ............................................. 80
2-6. J3 Board and Terminal Bracket Removal ............... 36 5-5. Waveforms ................................................................ 82
2-7. Service Position ...................................................... 37 5-6. Printed Wiring Boards and Parts Location .............. 83
2-8. Replacement Of Part ............................................... 37 5-7. Semiconductors ........................................................ 91
2-8-2. Power Button ................................................ 37
2-8-1. Light Guide .................................................. 37 6. EXPLODED VIEWS
2-9. Picture Tube Removal ............................................. 37 6-1. Picture Tube .............................................................. 93
6-2. Chassis ...................................................................... 95
3. SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
3-1. Beam Lading ........................................................... 39 7. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ........................... 97
3-2. Convergence Adjusment ......................................... 40
3-3. Focus Adjustment .................................................... 42
3-4. G2 (Screen) and White Balance Adjustement ........ 42

4. CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. Adjustment with Commander ................................. 43
4-2. Adjustment Method ................................................ 43
4-3. Picture Quality Adjustment .................................... 49
4-4. Deflection Adjustment ............................................ 49
4-5. A Board Ajustment After IC003 (memory)
Replacement ............................................................ 49
4-6. Picture Distortion Adjustment ................................ 50

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KV-XA21N93
RM-915
SELF DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION
The units in this manual contain a self-diagnostic function. If an error occurs, the STANBY/TIMER lamp will
automatically begin to flash.
The number of times the lamp flashes translates to a probable source of the problem. A definition of the STANBY/
TIMER lamp flash indicators is listed in the instruction manual for the user’s knowledge and reference. If an error
symptom cannot be reproduced, the remote commander can be used to review the failure occurrence data stored in
memory to reveal past problems and how often these problems occur.

1. DIAGNOSTIC TEST INDICATORS


When an errors occurs, the STANDBY/TIMER lamp will flash a set number of times to indicate the possible cause of
the problem. If there is more than one error, the lamp will identify the first of the problem areas.

Result for all of the following diagnostic items are displayed on screen. No error has occured if the screen displays a
“0”.
Diagnostic No. of times Self-diagnostic Probable Detected
Item STANDBY/TIMER display/Diagnostic Cause Symptoms
Description lamp flashes result Location
• Power does not Does not light — • Power cord is not plugged • Power does not come
turn on in. on.
• Fuse is burned out F4601 • No power is supplied to
(F) the TV.
• AC power supply is
faulty.

• +B overcurrent 2 times 002:000 or • H.OUT Q511 is shorted. • Power does not come
(OCP) or 002:001~255 (A board) on.
overvoltage 003:001~255 • IC700 is shorted • Load on power line is
(OVP) 004:001~255 (C1 board) shorted.
• Vertical at the same time • -13V is not supplied. • Has entered standby
deflection (A board) state after horizontal
stopped • IC 503 faulty (A board) raster.
• Horizontal • Vertical deflection
deflection pulse is stopped.
overdrive • Power line is shorted or
power supply is
stopped.

• White balance 5 times 005:000 or • G2 is improperly adjusted. • No raster is generated.


failure (no 005:001~225 (Note 2) • CRT cathode current
PICTURE) • CRT problem. detection reference
• IC700 out is faulty pulse output is small.
(C1 board)
• IC301 is faulty. (A board)
• No connection A board to
C1 board.

• Micro reset — 101:00 or • Discharge CRT (C1 Board) • Power is shut down
101:001~225 • Static discharge shortly, after this return
• External noise back to normal.
• Detect Micro latch up.

Note 1: If a + B overcurrent is detected, stoppage of the vertical deflection is detected simultaneously.


The symptom that is diagnosed first by the microcontroller is displayed on the screen.
Note 2: Refer to screen (G2) Adjustment in section 3-4 of this manual.
*IC700 out is faulty (C1 board).

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RM-915

2. DISPLAY OF STANDBY/TIMER LIGHT FLASH COUNT

Diagnostic Item Flash Count*


2 times
+B overcurrent/overvoltage 2 times
Vertical deflection stopped
3 times
White balance failure 5 times

Lamp ON 0.3 sec. * One flash count is not used for self-diagnostic.
Lamp OFF 0.3 sec. Lamp OFF 3 sec.

STANDBY/SLEEP lamp

3. STOPPING THE STANDBT/TIMER FLASH


Turn off the power switch on the TV main unit or unplug the power cord from the outlet to stop the STANDBY/TIMER
lamp from flashing.

4. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DIPLAY


For errors with symptoms such as “power sometimes shuts off” or “screen sometimes goes out” that cannot be con-
firmed, it is possible to bring up past occurances of failure for confirmation on the screen:

[To Bring Up Screen Test]


In standby mode, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially in rapid succession as shown below:

[Screen display] / channel [5] / Sound volume [-] / Power ON


˘
Note that this differs from entering the service mode (mode volume [+]).

Self-Diagnosis screen display

SELF DIAGNOSTIC
002 : 000 Numeral "0" means that no fault has been detected.
003 : 000
004 : 000
005 : 001 Numeral "1" means a fault has been detected.

101 : 000

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5. HANDLINGOF SELF-DIAGNOSTIC SCREEN DISPLAY


Since the diagnostic results displayed on the screen are not automatically cleared, always check the self-diagnostic
screen during repairs. When you have completed the repairs, clear the result display to “0”.

Unless the result display is cleared to “0”, the self-diagnostic function will not be able to detect subsequent faults after
completion of the repairs.

[Clearing the result display]


To clear the result display to “0”, press buttons on the remote commander sequentially as shown below when the
diagnostic screen is being displayed.

Channel [8] / 0

[Quitting Self-diagnostic screen]


To quit the entire self-diagnostic screen, turn off the power switch on the remote commander or the main unit.

6. SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CIRCUIT

IC301 IC001 IC003


Y/CHROMA JUNGLE SYSTEM MEMORY

FROM
CRT 21 IK-IN IO-8DAT 45 5 B-DAT

MP/
FROM 18
PROTECT O-LED 51
[+B] Q604 C6
SDA 35 46 IO-SDAT

[V] Q509/507

[+B overcurrent ªOCPº] Occurs when an overcurrent on the +B(135) line is detected by Q604. If Q604 go to
ON and the voltage to pin 18 of IC301 should go down when V.SYNC is more than
seven verticals in a period, the unit will automatically turn off.
[Vertical deflection stopped] Occurs when an absence of the vertical deflection pulse is detected by Q509 and
IC001 shut down the power supply.

[Vertical deflection overcurrent] Occurs when an overcurrent on V drive line is detected by Q507. Power supply will
be shut down when detect this by IC001.

[White balance failure] If the RGB levels* do not balance or become low level within 5 seconds, this error
will be detected by IC301. TV will stay on, but there will be no picture.

* (Refers to the RGB levels of the AKB detection Ref pulse that detects IK.)

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SECTION 1-2
The operating instruction mentioned here are partial abstracts GENERAL
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual. (except KV-XA21N93)
Using Your New TV
WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• Operate the TV only between 110 – 240 V AC. Getting Started
Step 1

KV-XA21N93
Connect the antenna
If you wish to connect a VCR, see the Connecting a VCR diagram below.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the For children’s safety, do not leave children alone

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TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during with the TV. Do not allow children to climb onto
IEC connector
lightning storms. it.
(not supplied) Rear of TV
Antenna cable
or (not supplied)

: Signal flow
Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
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the TV to rain or moisture. qualified personnel only. Connecting a VCR


To watch the video input, press t (see page 13).

Antenna cable (not supplied)


To 8 (antenna)

Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV. Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth. Rear of TV
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. to clean the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.

To antenna output

VCR
Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull
R L(MONO)
the power cord itself. Disconnect the TV before
moving it or if you are not going to use it for Do not plug in too many appliances to the same
several days. power socket. Do not damage the power cord. AUDIO VIDEO
1
R L

VIDEO IN

VIDEO OUT

To video and
audio outputs (yellow)
To t 1 (video input) -L (MONO) (white)
-R (red)
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the Your TV is recommended for home use only.
TV as high voltages and other hazards are Do not use the TV in any vehicle or where it may Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
present inside the TV. Refer servicing and be subject to excessive dust, heat, moisture or
disposal of the TV to qualified personnel. vibrations.
: Signal flow

2 4 Using Your New TV


Notes
Connecting the 3D WOOFER
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to (the (except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
yellow jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack).
• If you connect a VCR to the 8 (antenna) terminal, preset the signal
output from the VCR to the program number 0 on the TV. You can enjoy high quality sound by connecting the 3D WOOFER.
• When no signal is input from the connected video equipment, the TV

Using Your New TV


screen becomes blue. 3D WOOFER
CAUTION
• Do not connect the power cord until you have completed making all other
1
connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through
the antenna and other terminals to ground. 2 WOOFER (8 )
• To avoid battery leakage and damage to the remote, remove the batteries Corner A Corner B – +
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 2
Insert the batteries Black Red
into the remote wire wire
WOOFER (8 )
– +
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Note
• Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries together.

Step 3 1 Align the front of the 3D WOOFER to corners A and B of your TV. Place the
3D WOOFER into the footholds and adjust it until it is stable.

Preset the channels automatically 2 Connect the wires to the 3D WOOFER (8Ω) terminals at the rear of your TV.
The red wire should be connected to the 3 red terminal and the black wire
Front of TV to the # black terminal.

KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
1 !

Notes
• Connect only the supplied 3D WOOFER; otherwise your TV may
malfunction.
• Unplug your TV from the wall outlet when connecting the 3D WOOFER.
2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR

2 AUTO
1
1
• To prevent a malfunction caused by a short circuit of the terminals, make
PROGR
VHF LOW B/G
sure that none of the 3D WOOFER wire strands stick out, making contact
with the neighbouring 3D WOOFER terminal.

Tips
• If you want to stop automatic channel presetting, press SELECT twice.
• If your TV has preset an unwanted channel or cannot preset a particular
channel, then preset your TV manually (see page 10).
Note (except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
• During automatic channel presetting, your TV screen will indicate
“B/G” , “I”, “D/K” or “M” for the TV system.

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Connecting optional components Securing the TV
You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, multi disc player,
camcorder, video game or stereo system. To prevent the TV from falling, secure the TV using one of the following methods:

To watch the video input of the connected equipment, press t (see page 13).

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Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment With the supplied screws, attach the band to the TV stand and to the rear of
A the TV using the provided hole.
using the t (video input) jacks

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Front of TV Audio/Video cable (not supplied)

Tot 2 To video and


or

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(video input) audio outputs
Put the cord or chain through the clamps to secure the TV against a wall or
Camcorder
B pillar.
2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO PROGR
PROGR

or
2 Video game
L(MONO) R equipment
20
: Signal flow mm
3.8 mm
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Note
• You can also connect video equipment to the t 1 (video input) jack at
the rear of your TV.

Connecting audio/video equipment using the T A B


(monitor output) jacks
Antenna cable (not supplied)

Rear of TV
To
Audio system
R L(MONO) VCR
antenna
output
or
or
To video and To
1 audio inputs audio
inputs
Note
• Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.
To T
(yellow) (monitor output)
-L (MONO)
(white)
-R (red)
Audio/Video cable (not supplied)

: Signal flow

Note
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to (the yellow
jack) and the black plug to -L (MONO) (the white jack).
Using Your New TV 7 8 Using Your New TV
Presetting Presetting channels (continued)

channels ~/1
Presetting channels manually

You can preset up to 100 TV channels in 1 2 3 1 Press SELECT until


“MANUAL PROGRAM”
SELECT

numerical sequence from program

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4 5 6 Number buttons appears. MANUAL PROGRAM
number 1 using the remote and the
buttons on your TV as well. 7 8 9
- 0
2
JUMP

SOUND 2 PROGR 2 +/– Press + or –.


MODE

PROGR +/– VHF LOW B/G

SELECT
!
PIC MODE 3 Press PROGR +/– or the
number buttons until the PROGR
1 2 3
2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR

FAVORITE + or – 4 5 6
desired program number or
appears. 7 8 9
AUTO
PROGR -/-- 0
TV

4 Press + or – until the


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1
desired channel picture
Presetting channels automatically appears.

1 Press ! to turn on the TV. !

5 Press SELECT. SELECT

2 Press AUTO PROGR. AUTO


PROGR
VHF LOW B/G

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Note (except KV-XA21P80)
• If you preset a locked program number, that particular program number
will be unlock automatically (see page 18).
Note (except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
• During automatic channel presetting, your TV screen will indicate “B/G” ,
“I”, “D/K” or “M” for the TV system.
To change the TV system setting
If the picture or sound is abnormal when receiving programs through the 8 (antenna)
To preset channels automatically from a specified program number
terminal
(1) Press SELECT until “AUTO PROGRAM” appears.
(1) Press SELECT until “TV SYS” appears.
(2) Press + or –.
The on-screen display will start flashing. TV SYS: B/G
(3) Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons until the desired program number
appears. (2) Press + or – to select the appropriate B/G I D/K M
(4) Press + or –. TV system until the picture or sound
quality is optimal.
continued

KV-XA21N93
Using Your New TV 9 10 Using Your New TV

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To change the color system setting Watching the TV %

If the color is abnormal when receiving programs through the 8 (antenna) terminal
?/1
or the t (video input) jack. This section explains functions used t
while watching the TV. Most operations a
(1) Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS” appears. can be done using the remote.
COLOR SYS: AUTO 1 2 3

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4 5 6 Number buttons

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7 8 9
(2) Press + or – to select the appropriate AUTO PAL SECAM
color system until the color is - 0 JUMP
JUMP
optimal. !
SOUND
MODE
2 PROGR
2 +/–
NTSC 4.43 NTSC 3.58

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PROGR +/–
Tip
• Normally set “COLOR SYS” to “AUTO”. 2

SELECT
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO PROGR
PROGR

1
Skipping program numbers indicator
SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR
FAVORITE + or –
1 Press PROGR +/– or the number buttons until the unused or unwanted
program number appears.
TV
2 Press SELECT until “MANUAL PROGRAM” appears.
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3 Press + or –.
1 Press ! to turn on the TV.
4 Press PIC MODE.
When the TV is in the !
standby mode (the 1
5 Press SELECT.
indicator on the TV is lit
red), press ?/1 on the
To restore the skipped program number again remote or PROGR +/– on
Preset the channel automatically or manually. the TV.

Tip
• You can also use SELECT and 2 +/– on the TV to preset channels and
2 Press PROGR +/– or the
number buttons to select 1 2 3
skip program numbers. the program number. PROGR
4 5 6
To use the fine tuning (FINE) function For double digit numbers, or
The fine tuning (FINE) function may help to reduce the following problems: press -, then the number 7 8 9
double images and lines moving across the TV screen. (e.g., for 25, press -, then -/-- 0
You can use the fine tuning function as below: 2 and 5).
(1) Select the program number you want to adjust.
(2) Press SELECT until “MANUAL PROGRAM” appears on the screen. 3 Press 2 +/– to adjust the
volume.
(3) Press + or – on the remote control once.
(4) Press to display “FINE” on the screen.
(5) Press + or – continuously until the above problems are minimized.
The + or – icon on the screen flashes while tuning.
(6) Press SELECT to return to normal screen.

Using Your New TV 11 12 Using Your New TV


Additional tasks Additional tasks
To Press To Press
Turn off temporarily ?/1. The 1 indicator on the TV lights up red. Turn off temporarily ?/1. The 1 indicator on the TV lights up red.
Turn off completely ! on the TV. Turn off completely ! on the TV.

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Mute the sound %. Mute the sound %.
Watch the video input t to select “VIDEO 1” or “VIDEO 2”. Watch the video input t to select “VIDEO 1” or “VIDEO 2”.
(VCR, camcorder, etc.) To return to the TV program, press a. (VCR, camcorder, etc.) To return to the TV program, press a.
Jump back to the previous program JUMP. Jump back to the previous program JUMP.
number number
Display the on-screen information* . Display the on-screen information* .
Adjust the volume of all SELECT repeatedly until “INTELLIGENT VOL” Adjust the volume of all SELECT repeatedly until “INTELLIGENT VOL”
program numbers automatically appears, then press + or – to select “ON”. program numbers automatically appears, then press + or – to select “ON”.
To cancel, select “OFF”. To cancel, select “OFF”.
Adjust the picture position when it SELECT repeatedly until “PIC ROTATION” appears, Adjust the picture position when it SELECT repeatedly until “PIC ROTATION” appears,
is not aligned to the TV screen then press + or – to adjust the alignment of the picture is not aligned to the TV screen then press + or – to adjust the alignment of the picture
position. position.
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PIC ROTATION PIC ROTATION


The + or icon on the screen flashes while adjusting.
The + or icon on the screen flashes while adjusting.
* The picture, sound, and either the program number or video input are
displayed. The on-screen display for the picture and sound information * The picture, sound, and either the program number or video input are
disappears after about three seconds. displayed. The on-screen display for the picture and sound information
disappears after about three seconds.
Changing the on-screen display language
(KV-XA51M61/XA21M83(Vietnam)) Changing the on-screen display language
(except KV-XA51M61/XA21M83(Vientam))

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1 Press SELECT until
“LANGUAGE / :
SELECT

ENGLISH”appears on the LANGUAGE / : ENGLISH


1 Press SELECT until
“LANGUAGE / :
SELECT

screen. ENGLISH”appears on the


LANGUAGE / : ENGLISH
screen.
2 Press + or – to select
“ “.
2 Press + or – to select
“ “.
/ LANGUAGE :

LANGUAGE / :

Tip
• You can also use SELECT and 2 +/– on the TV to select the on-screen
display language. Tip
• You can also use SELECT and 2 +/– on the TV to select the on-screen
display language.
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Watching the TV (continued) Customizing the -


SOUND
MODE
0
2
JUMP

PROGR

Setting the Wake Up timer picture and sound SOUND MODE

1 Press until the desired


period of time appears.
WAKE UP TIMER:10M You can customize the picture and
sound by selecting the picture and
SELECT
+ or –
After 10 minutes
PIC MODE
The Wake Up timer starts sound modes or by adjusting its FAVORITE

immediately after you settings.

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have set it. You can change the sound effect by
WAKE UP TIMER:OFF WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M
selecting the surround mode. TV
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2 Select the program number or video input you want to display when you
wake up. Selecting the picture and sound modes

3 Press ?/1 or set the Sleep timer if you want the TV to turn off automatically. To select the picture mode
Press PIC MODE PIC MODE DYNAMIC STANDARD SOFT
The indicator on the TV lights up orange.
repeatedly until you get

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the desired picture mode.
To cancel the Wake Up timer
Press until “WAKE UP TIMER: OFF” appears or turn off the TV’s
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main power. Select To


Note “DYNAMIC” receive high contrast pictures.
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the
TV is turned on using the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into “STANDARD” receive normal contrast pictures.
the standby mode. To continue watching the TV, press any button or “SOFT” receive mild pictures.
control on the TV or the remote.

Setting the Sleep timer To select the sound mode


SOUND
Press until the desired Press SOUND MODE MODE ≥ DYNAMIC ≥ DRAMA ≥ SOFT
SLEEP TIMER:30M SLEEP TIMER:60M
period of time appears. After 30 minutes After 60 minutes
repeatedly until you get
The Sleep timer starts the desired sound mode.
immediately after you
have set it.
SLEEP TIMER:OFF SLEEP TIMER:90M Select To
No Sleep Timer After 90 minutes
“DYNAMIC” listen to dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes the low and
high sound.
To cancel the Sleep timer
“DRAMA” listen to sound that emphasizes vocals and background music.
Press until “SLEEP TIMER: OFF” appears or turn the TV off.
“SOFT” receive soft sound.

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14 Using Your New TV Advanced Operations 15


Customizing the picture and sound (continued) Viewing your 1 2 3

Adjusting the picture and sound settings favorite channels 4 5 6 Number buttons
(except KV-XA21P80) 7 8 9

1 Press SELECT until the


desired setting appears.
SELECT
You can display six of your favorite
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SOUND
MODE
0
2
JUMP

PROGR

channels for quick and easy selection. PROGR +/–


PICTURE 60 You can program the favorite channel
setting as well.
Each time you press PICTURE COLOR BRIGHT HUE*
+ or –
SELECT, the setting
item will change as follows: BALANCE TREBLE BASS SHARP
FAVORITE

FAVORITE
2 Press + or – to adjust the
item.
Selecting a favorite channel
FA V O R I T E C H

1 Press FAVORITE. FAVORITE

1PR01 2PR02 3PR03


4PR04 5PR05 6PR06

3 To adjust other items, repeat steps 1 to 2.


1 2 3 1
* “HUE” can be adjusted for the NTSC system only. 2 Press the number button
4 5 6
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from 1 to 6 to select the


Notes desired favorite channel.
• When you select a picture or sound mode, the adjusted settings will be
reset according to the selected mode. When you use the “FAVORITE CH”
• You can also use SELECT and 2 +/– on the TV to adjust the picture and feature for the first time, six preset favorite channels will appear.
sound settings.
Programming the favorite channel
1 Press PROGR +/– or
number buttons to select PROGR
1
4
2
5
3
6
8

the program number you or


Selecting the surround mode want to program (e.g., 7 8 9
program number 8). -/-- 0

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Press SELECT repeatedly SELECT
until “SURROUND”
appears. SURROUND: ON
2 Press SELECT until
“FAVORITE CH SETUP” SELECT
appears.
FAVORITE CH SETUP :
2 Press + or – to select “ON”.
ON OFF
To turn off the surround
mode, select “OFF” .
3 Press + or – to select the
favorite channel you want to
program (e.g., 3).
FAVORITE CH SETUP :

4 Press SELECT.
The selected favorite channel
SELECT

(e.g., 3) turns red for about


one second.

5 To program other favorite channels, repeat steps 1 to 4.

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Blocking the Enjoying stereo or
channels bilingual 1 2 3
(CHILD LOCK) programs 4 5 6
1 2 3 7 8 9
(KV-XA21M93/XA51M61 only)
4 5 6 - 0
You can lock some program numbers to JUMP

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prevent children from watching certain 7 8 9 You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual MODE

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channels, by using the buttons on the - 0 JUMP programs of NICAM and A2 stereo
remote control. SOUND
MODE
2 PROGR
systems.
A/B

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SELECT FAVORITE

FAVORITE + or –
TV
2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR

indicator

TV
Press A/B repeatedly until you
receive the sound you want.
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NICAM
The on-screen display changes to
1 Select the program number you want to lock. show the selected sound.
The indicator on the TV lights
2 Press SELECT until “CHILD
LOCK” appears on the
SELECT
up red when receiving any stereo or
screen. bilingual program.
CHILD LOCK: OFF

When receiving a NICAM program


3 Press + or – to select “ON”.
Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound)
The symbol appears on
the screen. 1 NICAM stereo
NICAM MONO
To cancel, press + or – to (Stereo sound) (Regular sound)
select “OFF”. The
CHILD LOCK: ON
symbol disappears from
the screen.
NICAM bilingual
NICAM NICAM MONO
Note MAIN SUB (Regular sound)
(Main sound) (Sub sound)
• If you preset a locked program number, that particular program number
will be unlocked automatically (see page 10).

NICAM monaural
NICAM MONO
MAIN (Regular sound)
(Main sound)

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Enjoying stereo or bilingual programs (continued)
Viewing Teletext
(KV-XA51M61 only)
When receiving an A2 program t
TV stations broadcast an information a
Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound) /
service called Teletext via some TV 1 2 3
A2 stereo channels. Teletext allows you to receive
MONO STEREO 4 5 6
various information, such as shares
(Regular sound) (Stereo sound) 7 8 9
market or news.
- 0 JUMP

SOUND 2 PROGR
MODE

A2 bilingual
MAIN SUB A/B
(Main sound) (Sub sound)

FASTEXT

FAVORITE

Notes
• If the signal is very weak, the sound becomes monaural automatically.
TV
• If the stereo sound is noisy when receiving a NICAM program, select
“MONO”. The sound becomes monaural, but the noise is reduced. Displaying Teletext
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If the sound is distorted when receiving a monaural program 1 Select a TV channel that carries the Teletext broadcast you want to watch.
through the 8 (antenna) terminal
Press A/B repeatedly until “MONO” appears on the screen. 2 Press
text.
to display the

To cancel the monaural sound setting, press A/B again until


P166 SECTEXT 166 FR1 MAR 03:59:09

A Teletext page (normally


“AUTO” appears on the screen. the index page) is Fom Singapore
Day Dep/Arr Flight Alrcraft
1.6 220/0588 SQ28 747

displayed. If there is no
To PARIS
2 2130/1225 PA115 L15
3 2115/1330 SQ26 747
MONO AUTO To OSAKA 2.5 1000/1715 SQ6 747

Teletext broadcast, “100” is To ROMA


4.6
2.7
4
0930/2015
2130/0745
2300/0915
CX522
SQ24
AZ487
L10
747
747

displayed at the top left

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To SYDNEY 1 2210/0610 SQ21A 747
2 2100/0835 SQ21A 747

corner of the screen.


Notes
• The “MONO” or “AUTO” setting is memorized for each program
number. To turn off Teletext
• You cannot receive stereo broadcast signal when the TV is in the “MONO” Press a.
setting. Normally set the TV to “AUTO”.

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Additional Teletext tasks Self-diagnosis function


To Do this
Your TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a
display a Teletext page on the TV Press . problem with your TV, the 1 indicator flashes red. The number of
picture Each time you press , the screen changes as times the 1 indicator flashes indicates the possible causes.
follows: Teletext t Teletext and TV t TV.
check the contents of a Teletext service Press .

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numbers appear on the screen.
select a Teletext page Press the number buttons to enter the three-digit
page number of the desired Teletext page. * If you

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make a mistake, reenter the correct page number. To
access the next or previous page, press PROGR +/–.
Hold (pause) a Teletext display Press to display the symbol “ z ” at the top left !
corner of the screen. To resume normal Teletext
operation, press or . 2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR

reveal concealed information Press .


(e.g., an answer to a quiz) To conceal the information, press the button again.
1 indicator
enlarge the Teletext display Press .
Each time you press , the Teletext display
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changes as follows: Enlarge upper half t Enlarge


lower half t Normal size.
wait for a Teletext page while watching 1 Enter the Teletext page number that you want to
1 Check that the 1 indicator flashes red a number of times between 3-second
intervals.
a TV program refer to, then press .
2 When the page number is displayed, press to
show the text.
2 Count the number of times the 1 indicator flashes.

* You can also select a Teletext page that appears in the colored column at
the bottom of the screen using the corresponding color-coded button on
3 Press ! (main power) to turn off your TV.

the remote.
4 Inform your nearest Sony service center about the number of times the 1
indicator flashes.
Be sure to note the model name and serial number located on the rear of
Using FASTEXT

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your TV.
This feature allows you to quickly access a Teletext page that uses
FASTEXT. When a FASTEXT program is broadcasted, the colored
menus appear at the bottom of the screen. The colors of the menus
correspond to the red x , green x , yellow x , and blue x color-
coded buttons on the remote.
To access a FASTEXT menu
Press the color-coded button on the remote corresponding to the
menu you want. The menu page appears on the screen after several
seconds.

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If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following guide. Good picture • The volume level is • Press 2 + to increase the volume level. 12
too low.
If any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer.
• The sound is muted. • Press % to cancel the muting. 13
Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
Snowy picture • Connection is loose or • Check the antenna cable and connection 4
the cable is damaged. on the TV, VCR and on the wall. No sound

• Channel presetting is • Press SELECT until “MANUAL 10


inappropriate or PROGRAM” appears on the screen, then
incomplete. preset the channel again.
Noisy sound • The antenna type is • Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF). – Dotted lines or • There is local • Do not use a hair dryer or other –
inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. stripes interference from cars, equipment near the TV.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a neon signs, hair
– • Adjust the antenna direction for –
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice. dryers, power
generators, etc. minimum interference. Contact a Sony
dealer for advice.
• Signal transmission is • Try using a booster. –
low.
Distorted picture • Broadcast signals are • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in –
Double images or • Broadcast signals are • Use a highly directional antenna. –
too strong. use.
“ghosts” reflected by nearby
mountains or • Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 11
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buildings.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
Noisy sound
• Use of a booster is • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is –
inappropriate. in use.
No color • The color level setting • Press SELECT until “COLOR” appears 16
is too low. on the screen, then press + or – to adjust
Good picture • The TV system setting • If the sound of some channels are noisy, 10 the color level.
is inappropriate. select the channel, then select the
appropriate TV system (TV SYS). • The color system • Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS ” 11
setting is appears on the screen, then check the

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inappropriate. color system setting (usually set this to
“AUTO”).

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Noisy sound • The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
Abnormal color • The magnetic • Keep external speakers or other electrical –
patches disturbance from equipment away from the TV. Do not
external speakers or move the TV while the TV is turned on.
No picture • The power cord, • Check the power cord, antenna and the 4 other equipment, or Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn
antenna or VCR is not VCR connections. the direction of the off the TV for about five minutes, then
connected. earth’s magnetic field turn it on again.
may affect the TV.
• The TV is not turned • Press ?/1 (power). 13
on.
No sound • Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn 12
off the TV for about five seconds, then
turn it on again.

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Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following guide.
Picture slant • The magnetic •Keep external speakers or other electrical – If any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer.
disturbance from equipment away from the TV.
external speakers or Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
other equipment, or •Press SELECT until “PIC ROTATION” 13
appears on the screen, then press + or – Snowy picture • Connection is loose or • Check the antenna cable and connection 4
Good mo the direction of the the cable is damaged. on the TV, VCR and on the wall.
rning! to adjust the picture until it is optimal.

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earth’s magnetic field
may affect the TV. • Channel presetting is • Press SELECT until “MANUAL 10
•Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 11 inappropriate or PROGRAM” appears on the screen, then
Lines moving across • There is interference
incomplete. preset the channel again.
the TV screen. from external sources,

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e.g., heavy Noisy sound • The antenna type is • Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF). –
machineries, nearby inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for advice.
broadcast station.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
The 1 indicator on • Your TV may need •Contact your nearest Sony service center. 19 is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
your TV flashes red service.
a number of times • Signal transmission is • Try using a booster. –
between 3-second
low.
intervals. Distorted picture • Broadcast signals are • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is in –
too strong. use.
TV cabinet creaks. • Changes in room
temperature
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sometimes make the


TV cabinet expand or — –
contract, making a
noise. This does not Noisy sound
indicate a malfunction.
A “boom” sound is • The TV’s demagnetizing
heard when the TV function is working. — –
is turned on. This does not indicate a
malfunction. Good picture • The TV system setting • If the sound of all the channels are noisy, 9
or channel presetting check the TV system (TV SYS) setting,
is inappropriate or then press AUTO PROGR to preset the
incomplete. channels again.
• If the sound of some channels are noisy, 10
select the channel, then select the
Noisy sound appropriate TV system (TV SYS).
• The selected sound is • If the sound of some channel are noisy, 19
inappropriate. select the channel, then press A/B to select
the main sound (KV-XA21M93 only).

No picture • The power cord, • Check the power cord, antenna and the 4
antenna or VCR is not VCR connections.
connected.

• The TV is not turned • Press ?/1 (power). 13


on.
No sound • Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn 12
off the TV for about five seconds, then
turn it on again.

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Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
Good picture • The volume level is • Press 2 + to increase the volume level. 12
Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
too low.
Stereo broadcast • Connection is loose or • Check the antenna cable and connection 4
• The sound is muted. • Press % to cancel the muting. 13 sound switches on the cable is damaged. on the TV, VCR and on the wall.
19 and off or is
• Broadcast signal has a • Press A/B until a better sound is heard • The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
transmission problem. distorted.
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
No sound or
• Broadcast signal has a • Press A/B until a better sound is heard. 19
The sound switches transmission problem.
between monaural
and stereo
frequently.
Dotted lines or • There is local • Do not use a hair dryer or other –
stripes interference from cars, equipment near the TV.
neon signs, hair Picture slant • The magnetic • Keep external speakers or other electrical –
dryers, power • Adjust the antenna direction for –
minimum interference. Contact a Sony disturbance from equipment away from the TV.
generators, etc. external speakers or
dealer for advice. •Press SELECT until “PIC ROTATION” 13
other equipment, or
the direction of the appears on the screen, then press + or –
Good mo
rning!
earth’s magnetic field to adjust the picture until it is optimal.
Double images or • Broadcast signals are • Use a highly directional antenna. – may affect the TV.
“ghosts” reflected by nearby
mountains or • Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 11
Lines moving across • There is interference •Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 11
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buildings.
the TV screen. from external sources,
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a – e.g., heavy
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice. machineries, nearby
broadcast station.
• Use of a booster is • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is –
inappropriate. in use. The 1 indicator on • Your TV may need •Contact your nearest Sony service center. 21
your TV flashes red service.
No color • The color level setting • Press SELECT until “COLOR” appears 16 a number of times
is too low. on the screen, then press + or – to adjust
between 3-second
the color level.
intervals.
• The color system • Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS ” 11
setting is appears on the screen, then check the TV cabinet creaks. • Changes in room — –

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inappropriate. color system setting (usually set this to temperature
“AUTO”). sometimes make the
TV cabinet expand or
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a – contract, making a
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice. noise. This does not
indicate a malfunction.
Abnormal color • The magnetic • Keep external speakers or other electrical –
patches disturbance from equipment away from the TV. Do not A “boom” sound is • The TV’s demagnetizing — –
external speakers or move the TV while the TV is turned on. heard when the TV function is working.
other equipment, or Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn is turned on. This does not indicate a
the direction of the off the TV for about five minutes, then malfunction.
earth’s magnetic field turn it on again.
may affect the TV.
TV cannot receive • The stereo reception • Press A/B until “AUTO” appears 19
stereo broadcast setting is on the screen.
signal inappropriate.

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Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page


If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following guide. If
any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer . Good picture • The volume level is • Press 2 + to increase the volume level. 11
too low.
Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page • The sound is muted. • Press % to cancel the muting. 12
Snowy picture • Connection is loose or • Check the antenna cable and connection 4

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the cable is damaged. on the TV, VCR and on the wall.
No sound
• Channel presetting is • Press SELECT until “MANUAL 9
inappropriate or PROGRAM” appears on the screen, then
incomplete. preset the channel again.

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Noisy sound • The antenna type is • Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF). –
inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for advice. Dotted lines or • There is local • Do not use a hair dryer or other –
stripes interference from cars, equipment near the TV.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a – neon signs, hair
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice. dryers, power • Adjust the antenna direction for –
generators, etc. minimum interference. Contact a Sony
• Signal transmission is • Try using a booster. – dealer for advice.
low.

Distorted picture • Broadcast signals are • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is –
too strong. in use. Double images or • Broadcast signals are • Use a highly directional antenna. –
reflected by nearby
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“ghosts”
mountains or • Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 10
buildings.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
Noisy sound is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
• Use of a booster is • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it is –
inappropriate. in use.
No color • The color level setting • Press SELECT until “COLOR” appears 15
No picture • The power cord, • Check the power cord, antenna and the 4 is too low. on the screen, then press + or – to adjust
antenna or VCR is not VCR connections. the color level.
connected.
• The color system • Press SELECT until “COLOR SYS ” 9
• The TV is not turned • Press ?/1 (power). 12 setting is appears on the screen, then check the
on. inappropriate. color system setting (usually set this to
• Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn 11

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off the TV for about five seconds, then “AUTO”).
No sound
turn it on again. • The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.
Abnormal color • The magnetic • Keep external speakers or other electrical –
patches disturbance from equipment away from the TV. Do not
external speakers or move the TV while the TV is turned on.
other equipment, or Press ! (main power) on the TV to turn
the direction of the off the TV for about five minutes, then
earth’s magnetic field turn it on again.
may affect the TV.

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Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
Overview of controls
Picture slant • The magnetic • Keep external speakers or other electrical –
disturbance from equipment away from the TV.
external speakers or TV front panel
other equipment, or •Press SELECT until “PIC ROTATION” 12
the direction of the appears on the screen, then press + or –
earth’s magnetic field to adjust the picture until it is optimal.
Good mo
rning!
may affect the TV.

Lines moving across


• There is interference •Use the fine tuning (FINE) function. 10
the TV screen.
from external sources,
e.g., heavy
machineries, nearby
broadcast station.
The 1 indicator on • Your TV may need • Contact your nearest Sony service center. 18
your TV flashes red service. 2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
PROGR

a number of times
between 3-second
intervals.
!
TV cabinet creaks. • Changes in room
2
temperature L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO PROGR
PROGR
sometimes make the
TV cabinet expand or — –
– 23 –

contract, making a
noise. This does not
indicate a malfunction.
A “boom” sound is • The TV’s
heard when the TV demagnetizing
is turned on. — –
function is working. Button Function Page
This does not indicate
a malfunction. AUTO PROGR Preset channels automatically. 5
SELECT Select the desired item. 11
PROGR +/– Select program number. 12

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! Turn off completely or turn on 12
the TV.
2 +/– Adjust volume. 12
1 Standby indicator. 12
t Select TV or video input. 13
Wake Up indicator. 14
Stereo/bilingual indicator. 19
(KV-XA21M93/XA51M61 only)
i Headphone jack. –

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Overview of controls (continued)

Remote Control

Button Function Page

SELECT Select the desired item. 10


+/– Adjust value. 10

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1 2 3 0 – 9, - Input numbers. 12
2 +/– Adjust volume. 12
4 5 6 Turn off temporarily or turn on 12

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?/1
the TV.
7 8 9 t Select TV or video input. 13
- 0 JUMP a Display the TV program. 13
SOUND 2 PROGR % Mute the sound. 13
MODE
Display on-screen information. 13
JUMP Jump to previous program 13
number.
Timer operations
Set TV to turn on automatically. 14
– 24 –

Set TV to turn off automatically. 14


PIC MODE Select picture mode. 15
FAVORITE SOUND MODE Select sound mode. 15
FAVORITE Display favorite channels. 17
Stereo/bilingual operations
(Not used for these models)
TV A/B Select stereo/bilingual mode. –
Teletext operations
(Not used for these models)
Display Teletext broadcast. –
The names/symbols of Display Teletext service –
buttons on the remote are contents.
indicated in different colors to Stop Teletext display from –
represent the available scrolling.
functions. Reveal concealed information. –
Enlarge the Teletext display. –
Label color Button function Show TV screen while waiting –
White For general TV for Teletext page.
operations x (red, green, Access a FASTEXT menu. –
yellow, blue)
Green For Teletext
operations

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SECTION 2-2
The operating instruction mentioned here are partial abstracts GENERAL
from the Operating Instruction Manual. The page numbers of
the Operating Instruction Manual remain as in the manual. (KV-XA21N93)
Using Your New TV
WARNING
• Dangerously high voltages are present inside the TV.
• Operate the TV only between 110-240 V AC. Getting Started
Step 1
Connect the antenna
If you wish to connect a VCR, see the Connecting a VCR diagram below.
For your own safety, do not touch any part of the For children’s safety, do not leave children
TV, the power cord and the antenna cable during alone with the TV. Do not allow children to
lightning storms.
Rear of TV
climb onto it.

Antenna cable (not supplied)


F connector
(not supplied)
or

Do not operate the TV if any liquid or solid object Antenna cable


(not supplied) : Signal flow
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To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose falls into it. Have it checked immediately by
the TV to rain or moisture. qualified personnel only.

Connecting a VCR
To watch the video input, press VIDEO (see page 12).

Do not block the ventilation openings of the TV. Clean the TV with a dry and soft cloth. Antenna cable (not supplied) Rear of TV
Do not install the TV in a confined space, such Do not use benzine, thinner, or any other chemicals
as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. to clean the TV. Do not scratch the picture tube.

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To antenna
output VCR

Pull the power cord out by the plug. Do not pull


AUDIO VIDEO
the power cord itself. Disconnect the TV before R L(MONO)
Do not plug in too many appliances to the same To 8
moving it or if you are not going to use it for
power socket. Do not damage the power cord. (antenna)
several days.
AUDIO VIDEO
VIDEO 1
R L IN

VIDEO IN
MONITOR
VIDEO OUT OUT

To video To VIDEO IN 1
and audio
Do not open the cabinet and the rear cover of the outputs
Your TV is recommended for home use only.
TV as high voltages and other hazards are Do not use the TV in any vehicle or where it may
present inside the TV. Refer servicing and Audio/Video cable VIDEO (yellow)
be subject to excessive dust, heat, moisture or
disposal of the TV to qualified personnel. (not supplied) AUDIO-L (MONO) (white)
vibrations.

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: Signal flow
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Notes Connecting the 3D WOOFER
• With the “VIDEO MULTI SYSTEM” input terminal, you can also receive
PAL, NTSC and SECAM video signals when using VIDEO IN 1 jacks at
the rear of your TV or the VIDEO 2 INPUT at the front of your TV. You can enjoy high quality sound by connecting the 3D WOOFER.
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to VIDEO (the
yellow jack) and the black plug to AUDIO-L (MONO) (the white jack).
3D WOOFER

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• When no signal is input to the connected video equipment, the TV screen
becomes blue.
1

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• Do not connect the power cord until you have completed making all other 2 WOOFER (8 )
connections; otherwise a minimum leakage current might flow through
the antenna and other terminals to ground. Corner A Corner B – +

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• 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 2
Insert the batteries Black Red
wire wire
into the remote WOOFER (8 )
– +
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Note
• Do not use old batteries nor use different types of batteries together.

Step 3
1 Align the front of the 3D WOOFER to corners A and B of your TV. Place the
3D WOOFER into the footholds and adjust it until it is stable.

Preset the channels automatically 2 Connect the wires to the 3D WOOFER (8Ω) terminals at the rear of your TV.
The red wire should be connected to the 3 red terminal and the black wire
to the # black terminal.
Front of TV 1 POWER

Notes
• Connect only the supplied 3D WOOFER; otherwise your TV may
malfunction.
2 SLEEP

AUTO
CABLE PROGRAM
PIC MODE

ADD/
ERASE
• Unplug your TV from the wall outlet when connecting the 3D WOOFER.
STANDBY/
POWER CABLE: ON • To prevent a malfunction caused by a short circuit of the terminals, make
sure that none of the 3D WOOFER wire strands stick out, making contact
VIDEO 2 INPUT STEREO/
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO VIDEO INPUT VOLUME CHANNEL WAKE UP
PROGR

with the neighbouring 3D WOOFER terminal.


3 AUTO
PROGR
1 2 3 1

AUTO PROGRAM

Tips
• If you want to stop automatic channel presetting, press SELECT.
• If your TV has preset an unwanted channel or cannot preset a particular
channel, then preset your TV manually (see page 10).
• The AUTO PROGRAM button on the remote works as the AUTO
PROGR button on the TV.
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Connecting optional components Securing the TV
You can connect optional audio/video components, such as a VCR, multi disc player, To prevent the TV from falling, secure the TV using one of the following methods:
camcorder, video game or stereo system.
To watch the video input of the connected equipment, press VIDEO (see page 12).

Using Your New TV


With the supplied screws, attach the band to the TV stand and to the rear of
Connecting a camcorder/video game equipment A the TV using the provided hole.
using the video input jacks
Front of TV
Audio/Video cable (not supplied) or
To VIDEO 2 INPUT To video and
Put the cord or chain through the clamps to secure the TV against a wall or
audio outputs
B pillar.
POWER
STANDBY/
VIDEO 2 INPUT STEREO/
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO VIDEO INPUT VOLUME CHANNEL WAKE UP
PROGR

Camcorder
VIDEO 2 INPUT or
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R

Video game
equipment 20
mm
: Signal flow 3.8 mm
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Notes
• With the “VIDEO MULTI SYSTEM” input terminal, you can also receive
PAL, NTSC and SECAM video signals when using VIDEO IN 1 jacks at
the rear of your TV or the VIDEO 2 INPUT at the front of your TV.
• You can also connect video equipment to the VIDEO IN 1 jacks at the rear
of your TV.
A B
Connecting audio/video equipment using the
MONITOR OUT jacks Antenna cable (not supplied)
Rear of TV

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AUDIO VIDEO
R L(MONO) To
Audio system
or
antenna
VCR output
or
VIDEO 1
IN

To video and To Note


MONITOR audio
OUT audio inputs • Use only the supplied screws. Use of other screws may damage the TV.
inputs
To
MONITOR
OUT

VIDEO (yellow) Audio/Video cable (not supplied)


AUDIO-L (MONO) (white)
: Signal flow
AUDIO-R (red)
Note
• If you connect a monaural VCR, connect the yellow plug to VIDEO (the
yellow jack) and the black plug to AUDIO-L (MONO) (the white jack).

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Presetting MUTING DISPLAY POWER
Presetting channels (continued)

channels MTS VIDEO TV 1 2 3


4 5 6 Number
You can preset cable TV, VHF or UHF 1 2 3 buttons
7 8 9

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broadcast channels using the remote and 6
4 5
the buttons on your TV as well. JUMP 0 ENT
ENT
7 8 9 VOL CH

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SOUND
MODE

JUMP 0 ENT

SOUND VOL CH FAVORITE CH +/–


MODE

WAKE UP SELECT

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FAVORITE

SLEEP PIC MODE


WAKE UP SELECT
AUTO ADD/
CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
POWER PIC MODE
SLEEP
ADD/ERASE
VIDEO 2 INPUT
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
VIDEO INPUT VOLUME CHANNEL
STANDBY/
STEREO/
POWER

AUTO ADD/
CABLE PROGRAM
WAKE UP

ERASE
AUTO
PROGRAM Presetting the channels TV
AUTO
PROGR CABLE
manually
TV
To receive a new channel or a channel with a weak signal, preset the channel
manually.
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Presetting channels automatically

1 Press POWER on the TV to POWER 1 Press number buttons to select the desired channel number, then press ENT.
turn on the TV.
2 Press ADD/ERASE. ADD/
ERASE +25
“+” appears beside the
channel number, indicating
that presetting is complete.
2 Press CABLE to select
“CABLE: ON”.
CABLE

CABLE: ON

Disabling channel numbers


By disabling unused or unwanted channel numbers, you can skip those channel
3 Press AUTO PROGRAM. AUTO
PROGRAM
numbers when you press CH +/–.
1 2 3

1 Press CH +/– until the unused or unwanted channel numbers appears on the
screen.

Notes
2 Press ADD/ERASE. ADD/
ERASE –25
“–” appears beside the
• If you select “CABLE: ON”, you will be able to receive 125 cable TV
channels. channel number, indicating
If there are no cable TV channels, you will receive VHF broadcast that disabling is complete.
channels only.
• If you select “CABLE: OFF”, you will be able to receive 68 VHF or UHF
broadcast channels only.
To cancel the skip setting
continued
Preset the channel again.
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Watching the TV (continued)
Watching the TV MUTING
DISPLAY
MUTING DISPLAY POWER

This section explains functions used


POWER Additional tasks
MTS VIDEO TV
VIDEO
while watching the TV. Most operations TV To Do this
can be done using the remote.
1 2 3

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Turn off temporarily Press POWER on the remote. The STANDBY indicator
4 5 6 Number buttons on the TV lights up red.
7 8 9 Turn off completely Press POWER on the TV.
JUMP
JUMP 0 ENT
ENT Mute the sound Press MUTING.
VOL CH
SOUND
MODE VOL +/–
POWER
Watch the video input Press VIDEO to select “VIDEO 1” or “VIDEO 2”.
FAVORITE
CH +/– (VCR, camcorder, etc.) To return to the TV program, press TV.

WAKE UP SELECT Change the color system setting Press SELECT repeatedly until “COLOR SYS” appears,
VIDEO 2 INPUT
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
VIDEO INPUT VOLUME CHANNEL
STANDBY/
STEREO/
WAKE UP
POWER

SELECT (for the VIDEO INPUT jack only) then press + or – to select the appropriate color system
SLEEP PIC MODE until the color is optimal.
STANDBY/
WAKE UP AUTO
CABLE PROGRAM
ADD/
ERASE
+ or – AUTO PAL SECAM NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
SELECT AUTO
PROGR
TV/VIDEO VOLUME CHANNEL
indicator SLEEP

WAKE UP
TV Jump back to the previous channel Press JUMP.
number
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Display the on-screen information* Press DISPLAY.

1 Press POWER to turn on


the TV.
* The picture, sound, and either the channel number or video input are
displayed. The on-screen display for the picture and sound information
When the TV is in the POWER disappears after about three seconds.
standby mode (the
STANDBY indicator on the Changing the on-screen display language
TV is lit red), press POWER
on the remote or
CHANNEL +/– on the TV. 1 Press SELECT until
“LANGUAGE / : SELECT

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ENGLISH ” appears on the
2 To select the channel
number, press the number 1 2 3
screen.
CH
buttons and then press 4 5 6
ENT, or press CH +/–.
7 8 9
ENT
or 2 Press + or – to select
“ “.
0 ENT

3 Press VOL +/– to adjust


the volume.
VOL

Tip
• You can also use SELECT and VOLUME +/– on the TV to select the on-
screen display language.

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Advanced Operations

Setting the Wake Up timer Customizing the SOUND


MODE
VOL CH

picture and sound SOUND MODE


1
FAVORITE
Press WAKE UP until the
WAKE UP TIMER:10M
desired period of time WAKE UP SELECT
WAKE UP After 10 minutes SELECT
appears. You can customize the picture and + or –
SLEEP PIC MODE

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sound by selecting the picture and PIC MODE
AUTO ADD/
sound modes or by adjusting its CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
The Wake Up timer
settings.

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starts immediately WAKE UP TIMER:OFF WAKE UP TIMER:12H00M
after you have set it. No Wake Up Timer After 12 hours You can change the sound effect by
selecting the surround mode. TV

2 Select the channel number or video input you want to display when you

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wake up.

3 Press POWER on the remote or set the Sleep timer if you want the TV to turn
off automatically.
Selecting the picture and sound modes

To select the picture mode PIC MODE DYNAMIC STANDARD SOFT


The WAKE UP indicator on the TV lights up orange. Press PIC MODE
repeatedly until you get
To cancel the Wake Up timer the desired picture mode.
Press WAKE UP until “WAKE UP TIMER: OFF” appears or turn off
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the TV’s main power.


Select To
Note
• If no buttons or controls are pressed for more than two hours after the “DYNAMIC” receive high contrast pictures.
TV is turned on using the Wake Up timer, the TV automatically goes into
the standby mode. To continue watching the TV, press any button or “STANDARD” receive normal contrast pictures.
control on the TV or the remote. “SOFT” receive mild pictures.

Setting the Sleep timer


Press SLEEP until the To select the sound mode SOUND
MODE 9 DYNAMIC 9 DRAMA 9 SOFT
desired period of time SLEEP TIMER:30M SLEEP TIMER:60M Press SOUND MODE
appears. SLEEP After 30 minutes After 60 minutes repeatedly until you get
the desired sound mode.
The Sleep timer
starts immediately SLEEP TIMER:OFF SLEEP TIMER:90M
after you have set it. No Sleep Timer After 90 minutes Select To
“DYNAMIC” listen to dynamic and clear sound that emphasizes the low and
high sound.
To cancel the Sleep timer
“DRAMA” listen to sound that emphasizes vocals and background music.
Press SLEEP until “SLEEP TIMER: OFF” appears or turn the TV off.
“SOFT” receive soft sound.

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Adjusting the picture and sound settings
Viewing your
1 2 3
favorite channels 4 5 6
Number
buttons
1 Press SELECT until the
desired setting appears.
SELECT
7 8 9
You can display six of your favorite JUMP 0 ENT
ENT
PICTURE 60 channels for quick and easy selection. SOUND
MODE
VOL CH

You can program the favorite channel CH +/–


Each time you press PICTURE COLOR BRIGHT HUE* as well. FAVORITE

SELECT, the setting FAVORITE


WAKE UP SELECT
item will change as follows: BALANCE TREBLE BASS SHARP SELECT
SLEEP PIC MODE + or –

2 Press + or – to adjust the


item. Selecting a favorite channel

1 Press FAVORITE.
FAVORITE
FA V O R I T E C H

3 To adjust other items, repeat steps 1 to 2.


1CH001 2CH002 3CH003
4CH004 5CH005 6CH006

* “HUE” can be adjusted for the NTSC system only. 2 Press the number button
1 2 3 1

Advanced Operations
from 1 to 6 to select the
Notes desired favorite channel. 4 5 6
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• When you select a picture or sound mode, the adjusted settings will be
reset according to the selected mode. When you use the “FAVORITE CH” feature
• You can also use SELECT and VOLUME +/– on the TV to adjust the for the first time, six preset favorite channels will appear.
picture and sound settings.
Programming the favorite channel
Selecting the surround mode 1 Press CH +/– or number
buttons to select the CH
1
4
2
5
3
6
8

channel number you want or


1 Press SELECT repeatedly
until “SURROUND”
SELECT
to program (e.g., channel
number 8).
7
-/--
8
0
9

SURROUND: ON
appears.

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2 Press SELECT until
“FAVORITE CH SETUP” SELECT

2 Press + or – to select “ON”. appears.


ON OFF FAVORITE CH SETUP :
To turn off the surround
mode, select ”OFF”.
3 Press + or – to select the
favorite channel you want to
program (e.g., 3).
FAVORITE CH SETUP : 3

4 Press SELECT.
The selected favorite channel (e.g., 3)
SELECT

turns red for about one second.

5 To program other favorite channels, repeat steps 1 to 4.

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Blocking the MUTING DISPLAY POWER
Enjoying stereo
MUTING DISPLAY POWER

channels MTS VIDEO TV


or bilingual
MTS VIDEO TV

(CHILD LOCK) 1 2 3
programs MTS
1 2 3
4 5 6 4 5 6
You can lock some channel numbers to You can enjoy stereo sound or bilingual
7 8 9
prevent children from watching certain programs of MTS stereo system. 7 8 9

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channels, by using the buttons on the JUMP 0 ENT
JUMP 0 ENT
SOUND VOL CH
remote control. MODE SOUND
MODE
VOL CH

FAVORITE

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FAVORITE

WAKE UP SELECT
WAKE UP SELECT
SELECT
SLEEP PIC MODE
VIDEO 2 INPUT
STANDBY/
STEREO/
POWER
STEREO SLEEP PIC MODE

indicator
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO VIDEO INPUT VOLUME CHANNEL WAKE UP
PROGR

AUTO ADD/
CABLE PROGRAM ERASE + or –

Press MTS repeatedly


TV
until you receive the
sound you want. MTS
STEREO
The on-screen display changes
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to show the selected sound.


1 Select the channel number you want to lock.
The STEREO indicator on the
TV lights up red when
2 Press SELECT until “CHILD
LOCK” appears on the
SELECT
receiving any stereo program.
screen. CHILD LOCK: OFF

When receiving a MTS program


3 Press + or – to select
“ON”. Broadcasting On-screen display (Selected sound)

The symbol appears on 1 MTS stereo STEREO SAP MONO


the screen.
To cancel, press + or – to
select “OFF”. The CHILD LOCK: ON
symbol disappears from
the screen. Select To
“STEREO” Listen to stereo broadcast sound.
“SAP” Listen to SAP broadcast sound.
Note
• If you preset a locked channel number automatically again, that particular “MONO” Listen to monaural sound.
channel number will be unlocked.
Notes
• When select SAP, non-SAP program sound will be same as STEREO mode
sound.
• When the signal is very weak, the SAP or STEREO broadcast sound may
become abnormal. To improve the sound, select “MONO”.

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Additional Information

Self-diagnosis function Troubleshooting


Your TV is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is a If you find any problem while viewing your TV, please check the following guide. If
problem with your TV, the STANDBY indicator flashes red. The any problem persists, contact your Sony dealer .
number of times the STANDBY indicator flashes indicates the Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
possible causes.
Snowy picture • Connection is loose or • Check the antenna cable and connection 4
the cable is damaged. on the TV, VCR and on the wall.
Front of TV • Channel presetting is • Preset the channel again. 10
inappropriate or
incomplete.
Noisy sound • The antenna type is _
• Check the antenna type (VHF/UHF).
inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for advice.
• The antenna direction • Adjust the antenna direction. Contact a –
POWER is inappropriate. Sony dealer for advice.

2
• Signal transmission is • Try using a booster. –
low.
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO VIDEO INPUT VOLUME PROGR
PROGR

Distorted picture • Broadcast signals are • Turn off or disconnect the booster if it –
STANDBY indicator too strong. is in use.
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1 Check that the STANDBY indicator flashes red a number of times between
3-second intervals.
Noisy sound

2 Count the number of times the STANDBY indicator flashes.

Good picture • Channel presetting is • If the sound of all the channels are 9
3 Press POWER to turn off your TV. inappropriate or
incomplete.
noisy, then press AUTO PROGRAM to
preset the channels again.

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4 Inform your nearest Sony service center about the number of times the
STANDBY indicator flashes.
Be sure to note the model name and serial number located on the rear of Noisy sound
Additional Information

your TV.

No picture • The power cord, • Check the power cord, antenna and the 4
antenna or VCR is not VCR connections.
connected.
• The TV is not turned • Press POWER on the remote. 12
on.
• Press POWER on the TV to turn off the 11
No sound
TV for about five seconds, then turn it
on again.

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Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
Good picture • The volume level is too low. • Press VOL + to increase the 11 Symptom Possible cause Solutions Page
volume level.
• Press MUTING to cancel the 12 Stereo broadcast sound • Connection is loose or the • Check the antenna cable and 4
• The sound is muted.
muting. switches on and off or is cable is damaged. connection on the TV, VCR and
distorted. on the wall.
No sound or

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The sound switches inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for
between monaural and advice.
stereo frequently.
• Broadcast signal has a • Press MTS until a better sound 18

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Dotted lines or stripes • There is local interference • Do not use a hair dryer or – is heard.
transmission problem.
from cars, neon signs, hair other equipment near the TV.
dryers, power generators, • Adjust the antenna direction The STANDBY indicator on • Your TV may need service. • Contact your nearest Sony 19

etc. for minimum interference. your TV flashes red a service center.
Contact a Sony dealer for number of times between
advice. 3-second intervals.

Double images or • Broadcast signals are • Use a highly directional – TV cabinet creaks. • Changes in room
“ghosts” reflected by nearby antenna. temperature sometimes
mountains or buildings. make the TV cabinet
expand or contract, — _
• The antenna direction is • Adjust the antenna direction.
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– making a noise. This does


inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for
not indicate a malfunction.
advice.
• Use of a booster is • Turn off or disconnect the – A “boom” sound is heard • The TV’s demagnetizing
inappropriate. booster if it is in use. when the TV is turned on. function is working. This _
does not indicate a —
No color • The color level setting is too • Press SELECT until 15 malfunction.
low. “COLOR” appears on the
screen, then press + or – to
adjust the color level.

• The antenna direction is • Adjust the antenna direction. –


inappropriate. Contact a Sony dealer for
advice.
Abnormal color patches • The magnetic disturbance • Keep external speakers or –
from external speakers or other electrical equipment
other equipment, or the away from the TV. Do not
direction of the earth’s move the TV while the TV is
magnetic field may affect turned on. Press POWER on
the TV. the TV to turn off the TV for
about five minutes, then turn
it on again.

TV cannot receive stereo • The stereo reception setting • Press MTS until “STEREO” 18
broadcast signal is inappropriate. appears on the screen.

continued

Additional Information 21 22 Additional Information


Overview of controls Overview of controls (continued)

Remote Control
TV front panel
Button Function Page

MUTING DISPLAY POWER CABLE Select the cable TV. 5


POWER Turn off temporarily or turn 9
MTS VIDEO TV
on the TV.
AUTO PROGRAM Preset channels automatically. 9
CH +/– Select channel number. 10
1 2 3
ADD/ERASE Preset channels manually. 10
4 5 6 0-9 Input numbers. 11
2
L(MONO) R SELECT AUTO
PROGR
VIDEO INPUT VOLUME PROGR

7 8 9 ENT Confirm input number. 11


VOL +/– Adjust volume. 11
JUMP 0 ENT
Mute the sound. 12
POWER SOUND VOL CH
MUTING
MODE
TV Display the TV program. 12
VIDEO 2 INPUT
VIDEO L (MONO) AUDIO R SELECT AUTO TV/VIDEO VOLUME CHANNEL
STANDBY/
STEREO/WAKE UP FAVORITE
VIDEO Select TV or video input. 12
PROGR
JUMP Jump to previous channel number. 12
WAKE UP SELECT DISPLAY Display on-screen information. 12
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SELECT Select the desired items. 12


SLEEP PIC MODE
+/– Adjust item. 12
AUTO ADD/
CABLE PROGRAM ERASE
Timer operations
WAKE UP Set TV to turn on automatically. 13
SLEEP Set TV to turn off automatically. 13
Button Function Page PIC MODE Select picture mode. 14
TV
AUTO PROGR Preset channels automatically. 5 SOUND MODE Select sound mode. 14
CHANNEL +/– Select channel number. 11 FAVORITE Display favorite channels. 16
POWER Turn off completely or 11 Stereo/bilingual operations

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VOLUME +/– Adjust volume. 11
STANDBY Standby indicator. 11
TV/VIDEO Select TV or video input. 12
SELECT Select the desired item. 12
WAKE UP Wake up indicator. 13
STEREO Stereo indicator. 18
i Headphone jack. –

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SECTION 2
DISASSEMBLY
2-1. 3D SPEAKER BOX REMOVAL 2-2. REAR COVER REMOVAL 2-3. SPEAKER REMOVAL

1 3D Speaker box assy


(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61) 3 Rear Cover

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Red wire (+BVTP 4 × 16)

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Black wire 2 Two screws washer head
1 Two screws (+P4 x16)
(+BVTP 4 × 16)
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2-4. CHASSIS ASSY REMOVAL 2-5. F, H4 AND K2 BOARDS REMOVAL 2-6. J3 BOARD AND TERMINAL BRACKET REMOVAL

5 Two claws
4 F board

3 J3 Board
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
1 Three connectors

1 One screw
(+BVTP 4x16)
4 H4 Board bracket
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
5 K2 Board bracket 2 Terminal bracket
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)
2-7. SERVICE POSITION 2-9. PICTURE TUBE REMOVAL
Note:
• The oicture tube for Australia model is upside down, and the position for the
anode-cap and the tension spring are changed accordingly.
• Please remove necessary CRT support located on top left, top right, prior to
removing

@º Cushion (50x550) DGC

!¶ Demagnetic coil @ª Holder DGC

@º Cuchion (50x550) DGC

!¡ Chassis assy
Note:
1. Disconnect the speaker connection on the right side. 4 Two screws
(washer head)
2. Undress necessary wires that creates tension while
(+P 4 × 16)
placing the chassis into Service Position. !™ C1 board
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!¢ Deflection !£ Tension
yoke spring
2-8. REPLACEMENT OF PARTS 9 Two screws
3 Speaker
(13 × 7cm) (Tapping 7+
For replacement of light guide,unscrew !º Two screws Crown Washer)
them, exchange with new parts and fix (Tapping 7+
8 Two screws
Crown Washer)
them with screws respectively. (washer head)
(+P 4 × 16)

KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
2-8-1. Replacement of Light Guide 2-8-2. Replacement of Power Button !ª Anode cap
Coating earth assy

1 Push the claw to direction


of arrow and remove 7 Speaker
(15 × 6.5cm)
2 Spring compression

3 Power Button
One screw !∞ Picture tube
(+BVTP 3 × 12)
!¢ Cushion

KV-XA21N93
RM-915

RM-952
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
• REMOVAL OF ANODE-CAP
NOTE : After removing the anode, short circuit the anode of the picture tube and the
anode cap to the metal chassis, CRT shield or carbon paint on the CRT.

• REMOVING PROCEDURES

KV-XA21N93
1 Turn up one side of the rubber cap in the direction indicated by the arrow a.

RM-915

RM-952
b
b

2 Using a thumb pull up the rubber cap firmly in the direction indicated by the
arrow b.
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Anode Button

3 When one side of the rubber cap is separated from the anode button, the anode-
cap can be removed by turning up the rubber cap and pulling it up in the direc-
tion of the arrow c.

• HOW TO HANDLE AN ANODE-CAP


1 Do not damage the surface of anode-caps with sharp shaped objects.
2 Do not press the rubber too hard so as not to damage the inside of anode-cap.
A metal fitting called the shatter-hook terminal is built into the rubber.
3 Do not turn the foot of rubber over too hard.
The shatter-hook terminal will stick out or damage the rubber.
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952
KV-XA21N93
SECTION 3 RM-915
SET-UP ADJUSTMENTS
• The following adjustments should be made when a complete Perform the adjustments in the following order :
realignment is required or a new picture tube is installed. 1. Beam Landing
• These adjustments should be performed with rated power 2. Convergence
supply voltage unless otherwise noted. 3. Focus
4. White Balance
Controls and switches should be set as follows unless otherwise Note : Test Equipment Required.
noted: 1. Pattern Generator
PICTURE control ........................................................... normal 2. Degausser
BRIGHTNESS control ................................................... normal 3. Oscilloscope
................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Preparation :
• In order to reduce the influence of geomagnetism on the
Purity control
set's picture tube, face it east or west.
• Switch on the set's power and degauss with the degausser.

3-1. BEAM LANDING

1. Input a white signal with the pattern generator.


Contrast
Brightness
normal}
2. Set the pattern generator raster signal to a green raster.
3. Move the deflection yoke to the rear and adjust with the Fig. 3-2
purity control so that the green is at the center and the blue
and the red take up equally sized areas on each side.
(See Figures 3-1 through 3-4.)
4. Move the deflection yoke forward and adjust so that the Blue
entire screen is green. (See Figure 3-1.) Red
5. Switch the raster signal to blue, then to red and verify the
condition. Green
6. When the position of the deflection yoke has been decided,
fasten the deflection yoke with the screws and DY spacers.
7. If the beam does not land correctly in all the corners, use a Fig. 3-3
magnet to adjust it.
(See Figure 3-4.)
Purity control
corrects this area.
Disk magnets or rotatable
disk magnets correct these
areas (a-d).
b a

c d

Deflection yoke positioning


corrects these areas.

Fig. 3-1
Fig. 3-4

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RM-915

3-2. CONVERGENCE ADJUSMENT 1 V. STAT


a b
Preparation :
• Before starting this adjustment, adjust the focus, horizontal a
B B
size and vertical size. b b
• Receive dot/hatch signal. G G
• Pic mode: Personal (Pic 90%, Brightness 50%, Col 50 %, R R
Hue 50%, Shp 50%).
(1) Horizontal and Vertical Static Convergence 2 H. STAT VR
a b
Center dot
R
G
R G B B G R
B
R G B

V. STAT
H. STAT VR Magnet
3
a b

b a
R B

G G
RV702 b B R
H. STAT

C1 Board
4 BMC (Hexapole) Magnet.
If the red, green and blue dots are not balanced or aligned,
then use the BMC magnet to adjust in the manner described
below.

R G B R G B R G B

1. (Moving horizontally), adjust the H.STAT control so that


the red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at the
center of the screen.
2. (Moving vertically), adjust the V.STAT magnet so that the
red, green and blue dots are on top of each other at the
center of the screen.
3. If the H.STAT variable resistor cannot bring the red, green R B
G R G B G
and blue dots together at the center of the screen, adjust the R B
horizontal convergence with the H.STAT variable resistor
and the V.STAT magnet in the manner given below.
(In this case, the H.STAT variable resistor and the V.STAT
magnet influence each other, so be sure to perform
adjustments while tracking.)

Purity BMC

BMC (Hexapole)
Purity

DY pocket

V.STAT

V.STAT

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KV-XA21N93
RM-915

(2) Dynamic Convergence Adjustment


Preparation:
• Before starting this adjustment, adjust the horizontal static
convergence and the vertical static convergence

B RB
R

TLV YCH

YCH Rotate YCH VOL on DY


TLH Insert TLH Correction Plate to DY Pocket (Left or
Right)
TLV Rotate TLV VOL on DY
ON DY:

YCH TLV

(3) Screen-corner Convergence

b a

a-d : screen-corner
misconvergence

c d

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RM-952
KV-XA21N93
RM-915

3-4. G2 (SCREEN) AND WHITE BALANCE


Fix a Permalloy assy corresponding to the misconverged
areas. ADJUSTMENTS
b
1. G2 (SCREEN) ADJUSTMENT
1) Set the PICTURE to normal.
2) Put to VIDEO input mode without signals.
3) Connect R, G and B of the C1 board cathode to the
a
oscilloscope.
4) Adjust BRIGHTNESS to obtain the cathode voltage to the
value below.
5) Adjust G2 (screen) on the FBT until picture shows the
point before cut off.

Cathode setting voltage:


175 V ± 2 (VDC)

d 0V

Permalloy assembly c
2. WHITE BALANCE ADJUSTMENT
1) Set to Service Mode (Refer Section 5-1: ADJUSTMENTS
3-3. FOCUS ADJUSTMENT WITH COMMANDER).
2) Input white raster signal.
FOCUS adjustment should be completed before W/B adjustment.
3) Set the PICTURE to minimum.
1. Receive digital monoscope pattern. 4) Select GCT (WHB 4) and BCT (WHB 5) with [1] and [4],
2. Set "Picture Mode" to "DYNAMIC". and adjust the level with [3] and [6] for the best white
3. Adjust focus VR so that the center of screen becomes just balance.
focus. 5) Set the PICTURE to maximum.
4. Change the receiving signal to white pattern and blue back. 6) Select GDR (WHB 1) and BDR (WHB 2) with [1] and [4],
5. Confirm magenta ring is not noticeable. Incase magenta is and adjust the level with [3] and [6] for the best white
very obvious, adjust focus VR to take balance of magenta balance.
ring and focus. 7) Write into the memory by pressing [MUTING] then [0].

3. SUB BRIGHT ADJUSTMENT


1) Set to service mode.
2) Input a staircase signal of black to white from the pattern
generator.
3) BRIGHTNESS ................. 50%.
PICTURE ......................... MINIMUM
4) Select SBR (WHB7) with [1] and [4], and adjust SBR
(WHB7) level with [3] and [6] so that the second stripe
from the right is dimly lit.

White
Focus
second from the right

Screen

FLYBACK TRANSFORMER (T503)


Black

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RM-952
KV-XA21N93
SECTION 4 RM-915
CIRCUIT ADJUSTMENTS
4-1. ADJUSTMENTS WITH COMMANDER 4-2. ADJUSTMENT METHOD
Service adjustments to this model can be performed using the Item Number 00 of device GEO
supplied Remote Commander RM-915 and RM-952 This explanation uses H-Position as an example.
a. ENTERING SERVICE MODE 1. Select “GEO 00 HPS” with the [1] and [4] buttons.
With the unit on standby 2. Raise/lower the data with the [3] and [6] buttons.
3. Select the optimum state. (The standard is 1F for PAL
n [DISPLAY] n 5 n VOL (+) n [POWER] reception.)
4. Write with the [MUTING] button. (The display changes to
This operation sequence puts the unit into service mode. WRITE.)
The screen display is : 5. Execute the writing with the [0] button. (The WRITE
display will be changed to red color while excuting, and
Device Item back to SERVICE.)
Name Name Marking of new NVM
Item No Data Mode
Example on screen display :-

GEO 00 HPS 1F SERVICE 50 GREEN


GEO 00 HPS 1C p SERVICE 50
630S 1.0C 59 7F 0 000A Adjusted with [3]
630S 1.0C 59 7F 0 000A
631S and [6] buttons.
631S PAL,SECAM:50 633S
633S NTSC :60

GEO 00 HPS 1F WRITE 50 GREEN


Software version Total Power-On time (hours)
Suffix No 630S 1.0C 59 7F 0 000A
(OEM Code) 631S
633S
Write with [MUTING]
b. METHOD OF CANCELLATION FROM SERVICE
MODE
Set the standby condition (Press [POWER] button on the GEO 00 HPS 1F SERVICE 50 RED
commander), then press [POWER] button again, hereupon it 630S 1.0C 59 7F 0 000A The WRITE display
631S then the display
becomes TV mode.
633S returns to green
SERVICE
c. METHOD OF WRITE INTO MEMORY Write executed with [0]
1) Set to Service Mode.
2) Press [1] (UP) and [4] (DOWN), to select the adjustment. Use the same method for all Items. Use [1] and [4] to select
4) Press [MUTING] button to indicate WRITE on the screen. the adjustment item, use [3] and [6] to adjust, write with
5) Press [0] button to write into memory. [MUTING], then execute the write with [0].

d. MEMORY WRITE CONFIRMATION METHOD Note : 1. In [WRITE], the data for all items are written into
1) After adjustment, pull out the plug from AC outlet, and memory together.
then plug into AC outlet again. 2. For adjustment items that have different standard
2) Turn the power switch ON and set to Service Mode. data between 50Hz or 60Hz, be sure to use the
3) Call the adjusted items again to confirm adjustments were respective input signal after adjustment.
made.

1, 4 Select the adjustment item.



3, 6 Raise/lower the data value.

[MUTING] Writes.

- Executes the writing.

7, - All the data becomes the values in memory.


8, - All user control goes to the standard state.
5, - Service data initialization (Be sure not to use
usually.)
2, - Write 50Hz adjustment data to 60Hz, or vice
versa.

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KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
Adjustment Item Table
Functionality Init. Range Function Table & Note NVM Address Device Name
TVG
Category No. Name Slave Sub Bit Initial data for tables
GEO 00 HPS 7 3F H POSITION 50/60Hz A0 A1/AE 7-2
01 HSZ 1F 3F H SIZE 50/60Hz A0 A0/AD 7-2
02 PAP 1F 3F PIN AMP 50/60Hz A0 A2/AF 7-2
03 TLT 7 0F TRAPEZIUM 50/60Hz A0 A4/B1 7-4
04 VPS 1F 3F V POSITION 50/60Hz A0 9E/AB 7-2

KV-XA21N93
05 VSZ 1F 3F V SIZE 50/60Hz A0 9D/AA 7-2
06 SCO 7 0F S CORRECTION 50/60Hz A0 9F/AC 7-4
07 VLN 7 0F V LINEARITY 50/60Hz A0 9F/AC 3-0

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RM-952
08 BOW 7 0F AFC BOW 50/60Hz A0 A5/B2 7-4
09 AGL 7 0F AFC ANGLE 50/60Hz A0 A5/B2 3-0
0A UPN 1F 3F UPPER PIN 50/60Hz A0 A3/B0 7-2
0B LPN 1F 3F LOWER PIN 50/60Hz A0 A7/B4 7-2
0C HBL 0 1 H BLANKING ON/OFF A0 9A 1
0D LBL 2 0F LEFT H BLANKING 50/60Hz A0 A6/B3 7-4
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0E RBL 0B 0F RIGHT H BLANKING 50/60Hz A0 A6/B3 3-0


WHB 00 RDR 25 3F R DRIVE DYNAMIC/others A0 C0/BA 7-2
01 GDR 25 3F G DRIVE DYNAMIC/others A0 C1/BB 7-2
02 BDR 25 3F B DRIVE DYNAMIC/others A0 C2/B2 7-2
03 RCT 7 0F R CUTOFF SECAM/others A0 C3/BD 3-0
04 GCT 7 0F G CUTOFF SECAM/others A0 C4/BE 7-4
05 BCT 7 0F B CUTOFF SECAM/others A0 C4/BE 3-0
06 BMN 15 1F BRIGHTNESS MINIMUM DATA A0 22 6-2
07 SBR 1F 3F SUB BIGHTNESS CONTROL A0 23 7-2
08 APB 0 3 SUB BRIGHT CTR SW FOT PNC #3 A0 23 1-0
SAJ 00 PMX 33 3F PICTURE MAXIMUM DATA A0 21 7-2
01 SHU 8 0F SUB HUE CONTROL TV/Video A0 24/38 5-2
02 SSH 3 0F SUB SHARPNESS CONTROL TV/Video A0 25/36 7-4
03 SCL 1F 3F SUB COLOR CONTROL NTSC/others A0 37/26 7-2
VP 00 EHT 4 0F EHT COMP 50/60Hz A0 A4/B1 3-0
01 GMA 2 03 GAMMA CORRECTION Refer NVM Map A4 A4 66/67/68/69 1-0
02 APG 0 1 GAMMA CONTROL SWITCH FOR PNC #3 A4 66/67/68/69 2
03 YDL 6 0F Y DELAY PAL/SECAM/NTSC A0 B7/B9/B8 3-0
04 SST 1 03 SECAM ID START POSITION SECAM/PAL A4 6A/6C 5-4
05 SSP 1 03 SECAM ID STOP POSITION SECAM/PAL A4 6A/6C 7-6
06 RLM 0 3 RGB LIMIT A0 83 1-0
Adjustment Item Table
TVG Functionality Init. Range Function Table & Note NVM Address Device Name
Category No. Name Slave Sub Bit Initial data for tables
VP 07 SLV 2 03 SECAM ID LEVEL SECAM/PAL A4 6B/6D 1-0
08 SBF 22 3F SECAM BELL FO SECAM/PAL A4 6B/6D 7-2
09 DYC 1 1 DYNAMIC COLOR ON/OFF A0 8C 1
0A ABL 1 1 ABL MODE SWITCHING STANDARD Always 0 A0 8B 1
0B VTH 1 1 ABL DETECTION VTH SWITCHING A0 8B 0
0C SFO 1 1 FO SWITCHING FOR SHARPNESS NTSC/others A4 5C/59 1
0D DCX 1 1 DC TRANS. RATIO SWITCHING A0 88 1
0E SHT 1 1 PRE-/OVERSHOOT RATIO SWITCH NTSC/others A4 5D/5A 0
0F HDW 0 1 H DRIVE PULSE WIDTH SWITCH A0 80 6
10 AFC 1 03 AFC GAIN CONTROL TV/Video/Text A0 28/29/2A 1-0
11 HOS 7 0F H OSCILLATION A0 8E 7-4
12 HSS 0 1 SLICE LEVEL OF H SYNC SEP. A0 8F 1
13 VSS 0 1 SLICE LEVEL OF V SYNC SEP. A0 8F 0
14 HMS 1 1 MACRO VISION C/M OFF/ON 50/60Hz A0 9D/AA 0
15 YUV 0 1 YUV SWITCH CONTROL A0 80 2
16 CDV 1 3 CD MODE FOR VIDEO AND RF UNDER NO SIGNAL video only A0 2B 5-4
17 RON 1 1 R ON not memorized A0 81 2
18 GON 1 1 G ON not memorized A0 81 1
19 BON 1 1 B ON not memorized A0 81 0
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1A PON 1 1 P ON not memorized A0 80 7


1B AXN 1 1 AXIS SW NTSC/others (only for DYNAMIC) A0 37/26 0
1C RSL 0 1 RGB SEL A0 8C 0
1D VBW 1 3 VBLKW A0 96 1-0
1E RFP 0 1 REFP A0 94 0
1F JMP 0 1 JUMP A0 9A 0
20 VMC 02 3 VM OFF A0 83 3-2
AP 00 INF 5 3F INPUT ATTENUATION WHEN SURROUND OFF A0 73 5-0

KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
01 INS 0A 3F INPUT ATTENUATION WHEN SURROUND ON A0 74 5-0
(XG-ONLY)
02 SEF 0 0F SURROUND EFFECT CONTROL (XA-ONLY) A0 76 6-3
03 PH1 3 3 PHASE 1 REGISTER SELECTION A0 77 1-0
04 PH2 0 3 PHASE 2 REGISTER SELECTION (XG-ONLY) A0 77 3-2
05 PH3 0 3 PHASE 3 REGISTER SELECTION (XG-ONLY) A0 77 5-4
06 PH4 0 3 PHASE 4 REGISTER SELECTION (XG-ONLY) A0 77 7-6
07 BCS 2 3 BASS CENTER SHIFT A0 57 1-0
08 TCS 2 3 TREBLE CENTER SHIFT A0 58 1-0
09 TRF 2 3 RF TREBLE OFFSET A0 58 5-4
MSP 00 WST 15 FF W/G STEREO THRESHOLD A0 60 7-0
01 WBT EA FF W/G BILINGUAL THRESHOLD A0 61 7-0
02 WLL 5 FF W/G MONAURAL THRESHOLD A0 62 7-0
03 WAC 0 0F W/G AGREEMENT COUNT A0 63 3-0

KV-XA21N93
04 WDL 30 FF W/G SEARCH DELAY A0 64 7-0
05 NDL 20 FF NICAM SEARCH DELAY A0 65 7-0
06 SDL 10 FF STEREO STATUS READ DELAY A0 66 7-0

RM-915

RM-952
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
Adjustment Item Table
TVG Functionality Init. Range Function Table & Note NVM Address Device Name
Category No. Name Slave Sub Bit Initial data for table
07 AGC 1 1 AGC SWITCH AUTO/CONSTANT A0 68 7
08 REL 28 3F AGC GAIN AT CONSTANT MODE A0 68 6-1
09 CRM 0 1 CARRIER MUTING ON/OFF A0 67 1
0A ACO 1 1 AUDIO CLOCK OUT ON/OFF A0 69 5
0B FP 1B 7F FM PRESCALE FOR NON-M SYSTEM A0 6A 6-0

KV-XA21N93
0C FPM 32 7F FM PRESCALE FOR M SYSTEM A0 6B 6-0
0D FH 36 7F FM PRESCALE FOR HDEV A0 6C 6-0

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RM-952
0E FHM 65 7F FM PRESCALE FOR HDEV AND M A0 6D 6-0
0F WGP 2A 7F W/G PRESCALE A0 6E 6-0
10 NIP 6D 7F NICAM PRESCALE A0 6F 6-0
11 ERR 50 FF AUTO FM SWITCH THRESHOLD A0 70 7-0
12 VOL 6D FF LOUD SPEAKER GAIN 7000H TO 7FF0H A4 62 7-0
TXT 00 TXH 0 3 TELETEXT HORIZONTAL POSITION A4 55 1-0
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01 TXV 0 3 TELETEXT VERTICAL POSITION A4 55 5-4


OPM 00 OSH 0A 3F OSD H POSITION Option-Misc A0 27 7-2
01 COM 1 03 COMB SELECTION A0 50 7-6
02 APC 1 1 APC SWITCH A0 4F 5
03 TSY 0 03 TV SYS AT AUTO TV SYS A0 4F 4-3
04 MUT 0 1 NO SIGNAL MUTE A0 4F 0
05 AFM 0 1 AUTO FM SWITCH A0 4F 1
06 RFB 0 3 C-BPF CONTROL A0 50 5-4
07 TVO 0 7 TILT TO V-ANGLE OFFSET A0 50 2-0
08 DBL 0 1 DISABLE BLUEBACK FUNCTION A0 4F 2
OPB 00 OP1 FF FF OPTIONAL BITS 1 (SEE BELOW) Option-Misc A0 2D 7-0
01 OP2 G2 FF OPTIONAL BITS 2 (SEE BELOW) A0 2E 7-0
02 OP3 B1 FF OPTIONAL BITS 3 (SEE BELOW) A0 2F 7-0
03 OP4 02 FF OPTIONAL BITS 4 (SEE BELOW) A0 30 7-0
NOTE
• shaded items are fixed data.
• Standard data listed on the Adjustment Item Table are reference values, therefore it may be different for each model and for each mode.
• Note for Different Data Those are the standard data values written on the microprocessor. Therefore, the data values of the modes and stored respectively in the
memory.
In case of a device replacement, adjustment by rewriting the data value is necessary for some items.
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952
KV-XA21N93
RM-915

ITEM INFORMATION
No. OPB0 OP1

Item XTAL 4.43 XTAL 3.58 SECAM 2nd. Lang B/G I D/K M
KV-XA21M83 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(India)
KV-XA21M93 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(India)
KV-XA21M83 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(Vietnam)
KV-XA51M61 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(Indnesia)
KV-XA21N93 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1
(Philippines)
KV-XA21P80 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
(ME)

Note: when Bit 7, 6 & 5 = 000, Only Pal color system is selected.
whenBit 7 is selected, Auto PAL & NTSC4.43 Color system is enable
when Option is single color system, Color systm cannot be changed & "AUTO" will not be displayed.

No. OPB1 OP2

Item TOP NICAM HDEV Thai Bil. Dis Fav. DVD Input AV Input
KV-XA21M83 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
(India)
KV-XA21M93 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
(India)
KV-XA21M83 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
(Vietnam)
KV-XA51M61 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
(Indnesia)
KV-XA21N93 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
(Philippines)
KV-XA21P80 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0
(ME)

AV Input 00 = no AV Input 01 = 1 AV Input


10 = 2 AV Input 11 = 3 AV Input
DVD Input Effective only when "AV Input" is set to 3 AV Input
Dis Fav. Disable Favorite Channel (Effective For XF-L (21" & 14") Models Only)

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RM-915

No. OPB2 OP3

Item Pic Rot*1 2199 Curve*1 Auto PIC A-TV sys US ST AV Mono*1 11 Key Color SW *2 & *1
KV-XA21M83 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
(India)
KV-XA21M93 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
(India)
KV-XA21M83 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1
(Vietnam)
KV-XA51M61 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
(Indnesia)
KV-XA21N93 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1
(Philippines)
KV-XA21P80 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1
(ME)

PIC Rotate*1 PIC Rotation Switch 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled


2199 Curve*1 2199 volume Curve Selection 0 = Others, 1 = 2199 Volume Curve.
Auto PIC*3 Auto Picture Improvement 0 = inactive, 1 = active
A-TVsys Auto TV System in Auto Program 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
US ST* USA Stereo 0 = disabled, 1 = enabled
AV MONO*1 AV Mono model 0 = Stereo, 1 = Mono (No Balance & Surround selection)
11 Key Front Key Selection 0 = 7 key model, 1 = 11 key model
Color SW*2 & *1 Color Data Selection in Dynamic Mode 0 = 65 (No PIP), 1 = 57 (PIP)

*1
Note: - For XA21/XG25 Models Only
*2
- For XA34/29/25 Models Only

No. OPB3 OP4

Item – – – – – – AP_XG*1 –
KV-XA21M83 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(India)
KV-XA21M93 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(India)
KV-XA21M83 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(Vietnam)
KV-XA51M61 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
(Indnesia)
KV-XA21N93 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(Philippines)
KV-XA21P80 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
(ME)

AP_XG*1 To select the XG AP (board B6) 0: No; 1 = Yes

Note: *1 - For XA-21/XG25 Models Only

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RM-915

4-3. PICTURE QUALITY ADJUSTMENTS 4-4. DEFLECTION ADJUSTMENT

SUB COLOR ADJUSTMENT NORMAL MODE (50Hz)


1. Set to Service Mode.
1. Select Video. 2. Using the [1] and [4] button, select category GEO (Service
2. Input a PAL color-bar. Mode).
3. Set to the following condition: 3. Raise/lower the data using the [3] and [6] buttons.
PICTURE 100%, BRIGHTNESS 50%, COLOR 50% Select and adjust the following items to obtain optimum
4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 1 (B OUT) of CN305, image.
A board. Service Item
5. Set to Service Mode and select SAJ ‘SCL’ with [1] and [4]
GEO : 00 HPS H POSITION
of the commander then adjust to VB2=VB3=VB4 with [3]
01 HSZ H SIZE
and [6].
02 PAP PIN AMP
6. Press [MUTING] → [0] of the commander to write the data. 03 TLT TILT
7. Adjust SAJ ‘SCL’ as step 3 to 5 when receiving NTSC 04 VPS V POSITION
color-bar. 05 VSZ V SIZE
8. XA21" no wide-mode function. 06 SCO S CORRECTION
07 VLN V LINEARITY
08 BOW AFC BOW
09 AGL AFC ANGLE
0A UPN UPPER CORNER PIN
0B LPN LOWER CORNER PIN

NORMAL MODE (60Hz)


VB1 VB2 VB3 VB4 11. Input 525/60Hz signal.
VB2 = VB3 = VB4 12. Using the [1] and [4] buttons select category GEO (Service
Mode).
SUB HUE ADJUSTMENT 13. Select and adjust the following items to obtain obtimum
image.
1. Select Video 1. Raise/lower the data with the [3] and [6] buttons.
2. Input a NTSC 3.58 color-bar, video into Video 1. Service Item
3. Set the following condition: GEO : 00 HPS H POSITION
PICTURE 100%, BRIGHTNESS 50%, COLOR 50% 01 HSZ H SIZE
4. Connect an oscilloscope to pin 1 (B OUT) of CN305, A 02 PAP PIN AMP
board. 03 TLT TILT
5. Select SAJ O1 "SHU" with 1 and 4 of the commander by 04 VPS V POSITION
setting to Service Mode and adjust to 05 VSZ V SIZE
VB1=VB2=VB3=VB4 with 3 and 6. 06 SCO S CORRECTION
07 VLN V LINEARITY
08 BOW AFC BOW
09 AGL AFC ANGLE
0A UPN UPPER CORNER PIN
0B LPN LOWER CORNER PIN

VB1 VB2 VB3 VB4 Note:


VB1 = VB2 = VB3 = VB4 For Deflection Adjustment, set PICTURE MODE to "SOFT".

4-5. A BOARD ADJUSTMENT AFTER IC003


6. Press [MUTING] → [0] of the commander to write the data.
(MEMORY) REPLACEMENT
7. Adjust SAJ O1 "SHU" as step 3 to 6 when receiving TV
mode. 1. Enter to Service Mode.
2. Press commander buttons [5] and [0] (Data Initialize), and
[2] and [0] (Data Copy) to initialize the data.
3. Call each item number and check if the respective screen
shows the normal picture.
In cases where items are not well adjusted, rectify the fine
adjustment.
Write the data per each item number ([MUTING] + [0]).
4. Select item numbers “OPB00” (OP1), “OPB01” (OP2),
"OPB 02" (OP3) and "OPB 03" (OP4) respectively set the
bit per model with command buttons [3] and [6].
5. Press commander buttons [8] and [0] (Test Normal) to
return to the data that was set on the shipment from the
factory.
(This will also cancel Service Mode.)

– 49 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952
KV-XA21N93
RM-915

4-6. PICTURE DISTORTION ADJUSTMENT (1)

Item Number 00 – 0B
GEO 0 HPS (H POSITION)

GEO 1 HSZ (H SIZE)

GEO 2 PAP (PIN AMP)

GEO 3 TLT (TRAPEZIUM)

GEO 4 VPS (V POSITION)

GEO 5 VSZ (V SIZE)

GEO 6 SCO (VERTICAL S-Correction)

GEO 7 VLN (V LINEARITY)

GEO 8 BOW (AFC.BOW)

GEO 9 AGL (AFC.ANGLE)

GEO 0A UPN (UPPER CORNER PIN)


GEO 0B LPN (LOWER CORNER PIN)

– 50 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80 KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952 RM-952
KV-XA21N93 KV-XA21N93
SECTION 5 RM-915 RM-915
DIAGRAMS
5-1. BLOCK DIAGRAM
K2 (Woofer out) H4 J3 (Woofer terminal)
(Headphone
DBFB(3D) AUDIO OUT panel)
IC4200
Q4206 TDA2009A

MAIN. TUVIF with AUDIO OUT SP ASSY


TV V in
STEREO DECODER IC201
(MSP3415) TV L in AUDIO
TA8200AH
<slave: 84H> TV R in PROSESSOR
TU101 IC203 INTERNAL NTSC
BTF-LG433 TDA7442D013TR COMB FILTER SP ASSY
BTF-WG411 <slave: 80H> AUDIO OUT
IC302
BTF-WG441 IC201
TDA9183T
V1 out
TA8248K

COMB Y in COMB C in C1 (Video Amp NS Rotation VM) CRT SOCKET


R out
9 7 24 R out RED OUT IC700
Mon out DY
6 TDA6107Q
G out Y21RSA-S CRT
25 G out GREEN OUT
TV V in YC JUNGLE A51LPT70X
43
JACK BLOCK IC301 B out
V1 V in CXA2159S 26 B out BLUE OUT
43
J401 V1 L in V1 V in <slave:88H>
IK in VM DRIVE N/S DRIVE
6P V1 R in 23 25963 IC1800 VM out
VIDEO IN 1 IQ5965 VM in

H. DRIVE H-DRIVE HDT H-OUT FBT


21 Q506 T501 Q511 T503
2SD774-34 2SD2578-CA NX-1748
H. PULSE
20

PIN-CONT PIN-OUT PMC HLC


E/W
13 IC502 Q505 L509 L510
V2 V in V2 V in NJM2903M IRF614-LF
J902 4
V2 L in VD+ V-OUT
3P 15
V2 R in
VIDEO IN 2 A (System Controller, Y/C jungle, Deflection Tuvif, 16
VD- IC503
TDA8172
(FRONT)
Front Amp, Power Supply Audio Amp/Tone Controller)

28 29 30 27

R G B BLK 5V REG & RESET STB TRANS STB SW TR


IC002 MM1319AF T604 Q605
2SK2845
MONITOR L out 2 +B
OUT R out 2 RGB BLK DGC
Audio Front Vcc AC CORD
*V1 (Teletext) SYSTEM SIRCS RECEIVER
Ucom SBX3081-01(30) SRT THP
Text Recoder with u-com IC001 IC901 T603 POWER IC THP600 LINE
IC801 CXP86449 IC601 FILTER
I2L 11V
MEMORY 9V REC IC603 STR-F6654 T4602
SAA5261 IC003
+9V LINE FILTER
<Salve : 58H> M24C08-BN6 7V T601
+5V 5V REC IC604 F (CISPR)

– 51 – – 52 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80 KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952 RM-952
KV-XA21N93 KV-XA21N93
RM-915 RM-915

5-2. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION 5-3. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM


Note:
• All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted.
• All electrolytic capacitors are rated at 50V unless otherwise
noted.
• All resistors are in ohms.
kΩ = 1000Ω, MΩ = 1000kΩ
• Indication of resistance which does not have rating electrical
power is as follows.
Pitch: 5 mm
Rating electrical power 1/4W (CHIP: 1/10W)
K2
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61) • : nonflammable resistor.
• ¢ : internal component.
• : panel designation or adjustment for rrepair.
• All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic curve
H4 B unless otherwise noted.
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61) • Redings are taken with a color-bar signal input.
no mark : Common
• underline : PAL
( ) : SECAM
[ ] : NTSC 3.58
<< >> : NTSC 4.43
• Readings are taken with a 10 M digital m ultimeter.
• Voltage are dc with respect to ground unless otherwise
C1 noted.
• Voltage variations may be noted due to normal produc-
tion tolerances.
• All voltage are in V.
• ✽ : Cannot be measured.
• Circled numbers are waveform references.
• : B +bus.
• : B –bus.
• ÷ : signal path.
Reference information
RESISTOR : RN METAL FILM
F : RC SOLID
: FPRD NONFLAMMABLE CARBON
: FUSE NONFLAMMABLE FUSIBLE
V1 : RS NONFLAMMABLE METAL OXIDE
A (KV-XA51M61 only) : RB NONFLAMMABLE CEMENT
: RW NONFLAMMABLE WIREWOUND
J3 :✽ ADJUSTMENT RESISTOR
COIL : LF-8L MICRO INDUCTOR
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61) CAPACITOR : TA TANTALUM
: PS STYROL
: PP POLYPROPYLENE
: PT MYLAR
: MPS METALIZED POLYESTER
: MPP METALIZED POLYPROPYLENE
: ALB BIPOLAR
: ALT HIGH TEMPERATURE
: ALR HIGH RIPPLE

Note: The component identified by shading and


mark ! are critical for safety. Replace only
with part number specified.

– 53 – – 54 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80 KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952 RM-952
KV-XA21N93 KV-XA21N93
RM-915 RM-915
(1) Schematic Diagrams of F, J3 and H4 Boards
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

F! (CISPR) (except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)

B
TO SP TO A BOARD TO K2 BOARD
CN901 CN4204
CN4901 CN4902 CN4903
4P 6P 4P
CN4601 BLK WHT YEL
2P :S-MICRO :S-MICRO
:VH F4601 JW4603 :S-MICRO
T4601 #
T3.15A
T.L.F
C AC IN 1 1 AC OUT

SP R OUT
SP L OUT
JW4604

SP R I N
T4602

SP L I N
R4601

PH L I N
#

PH R I N
0. 47 250V : MPS
AC IN 2 2 AC OUT

SP GND

SP GND

SP GND

SP GND
T.L.F 1M
1/2W

W OUT

W OUT
WI N
CN4602

WI N
C4602
2P

VDR461

C4601
:VH

#
*

4
JW4601
#
D
0. 0047 250V E

CN4603 JW4602
1P #
:TAB
C654

GND

B-SSSBG3R-ME.-F..XA21
E

F
(except KV-XA21P80/XA51M61)

G D3451
RD30ES-B2

D3452
3D + IN 1 RD30ES-B2

GND 2

3 J3451
H GND/3D-IN
2P
D3453 PUSH TERMINAL
CN3451 RD30ES-B2
3P
WHT
:S-MICRO D3454
RD30ES-B2

! J3
I (WOOFER TERMINAL) J4901
! H4
B-SSSBG3R-VT.-J3..XA21
(HEADPHONE
PANEL)
B-SSSBG3R-VT.-H4..XA21

– 55 – – 53 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80 KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952 RM-952
KV-XA21N93 KV-XA21N93
RM-915 RM-915
(2) Schematic Diagram of A Board
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

R-Y OUT
B -Y OUT
CN303

R-Y I N
B -Y I N
#

V TI M

YS I N

Y OUT
CN302

Y IN
AFT2

5V
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
S CP
#

7V

30V
7V
B

10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
TO B3 BOARD
CN1404 R336
#

! PAGE 1 (1/4)A TO B3 BOARD


CN1406
JW080 #
JOINT A1
JOINT A2
(SYSTEM CONTROLLER, Y/C JUNGLE, JOINT A3

R- Y
B- Y

YS
JOINT A4

Y
DEFLECTION, TUVIF, FRONT AMP, JOINT A5
C POWER SUPPLY)
JOINT A6
D301
D314 1SS355TE-17 D300 L302
1SS355TE-17 0 :CHIP

2SA1162

T O PAGE 1 2 / 4
R323 R324

2SC2712
C321 C316 R315

D317 #
1.5k

Q301
R303 * # :CHIP 1.5k
CN905 C317

Q313
1k # :CHIP
# 0.1
:CHIP 25V C315 Q316
V2 1 C301
470 B:CHIP 0.1 2SA1162

C326
GND 2 16V R302 25V Q304
0

#
:CHIP B:CHIP #
D R301
10k C303 R366
R010 4. 7k :CHI P
R011 4.7k :CHI P
R012 4. 7k :CHIP

:CHIP 10 10k JOINT A7


4. 7k : CHIP

:CHIP Q317
R008 D313
R009 #

2SA1162
R013

4.7k 1SS355TE-17 R331

R- Y
:CHIP

B- Y

Y
YS
0 :CHIP
JOINT A8
R367 JOINT A9
R353

CV/ Y1
J902 # 10k :CHIP
R904
3P 220 JOINT A10
C905 JW008

SAP
VOL CONT

V 4.7 :CHIP # CV/Y JOINT A11


L001
E

AUDI O SW
R903

ST
R906 D901 # JOINT 74 TO PAGE 1 4/4
75

G
JW075

B
YS
100 RD9.1SB JOINT A12
L :CHIP :CHIP L #
RD9.1S-B

C007 CN001 R014 C305

100 : CHIP SCL


R308 100 :CHIP SDA
C306 C307 0.1 25V R305 D303

YM
R905 C906 47 # 100
D9 02

C907 18p CH:CHIP 18p B:CHIP 1k :CHIP

YS
470k 16V1 16V R007 :CHIP SCL # JOINT A13
470p X301CH:CHIPC309

G
B

R
C008 0 C312
R CH:CHIP :CHIPF:CHIP R319

0. 01 F: CHIP
4.43MHz 0.22 R352 1 R368

100 :CHIP

0. 01 F:CHIP
116V F: CHIP
R 100p :CHIP SDA L301 D304 # :CHIP 100
C223 22
#

C304 47
CH:CHIP # 16V

#
R304

R310
D305 #

R309
L002
YM

R908 C909 F:CHIP

C311 10

C319
C006 R015 10k U1

1SS355TE-17
100 1

3.58MHz

RD9.1S-B
D903 100 :CHIP

D00 1
:CHIP 16V RD9.1S-B 0.1

C313

C314
C908 R229

X302
Q002 TP002 JR304

D321
:CHIP
R005 100 :CHIP

25V
R004 100 :CHIP

470p F 2SC2712 10k R335 C308 R391 0 :CHIP C320

C318
CH B:CHIP 680 220p 1k C310 0.01 F:CHIP
R907 C004
220p
R061 :CHIP :CHIP CH:CHIP :CHIP 4.7 C356
470k 220 :CHIP *
52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27
F B:CHIP

TO PAGE 1 2 / 4
:CHIP JR001

FREQ C Y2/ CVBS2 I N

YS/ YM
YUVSW

EXT RIN
EXT GIN
GND 2

SCL
VCC1

VCC3
TV/ C2I N

APL C

EB-YIN

ER-YIN
EYIN

INT R21N
HP/PROTECTINT G21N

INT B21N

EXT BIN
SDA
FSC OUT
XTAL1
XTAL2
XTAL3

VCC 2

ABL FI L
0

( APCFI L)
C005 C009 R063 R065
:CHIP # R062
220p C015 R053 470 330 330 C020
8 7 6 5 B:CHIP 1k :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP :CHIP #

VMOUT/VPROT
0.001

Y1/ CVBS1 I N
B:CHIP
10p CH:CHIP R022 0:CHIP

IC301
100p CH:CHIP

COMBC IN

COMBY IN

CVBS3 IN
Q001 CXA2159S

AFC FI L
YCLAMP
330 : CHIP

MONOUT
IC003 D006
C011 #

R OUT

B OUT
I K IN
C1 I N
ABLI N
C010

D002 # R052 #

G OUT
APED

VTI M
1SS355TE-17

GND1
R025 2.2k : CHIPCH:CHIP

I REF
R026 2. 2k :CHIP

REG
C033

SCP
M24C08-BN6(A)

VD+
VD-
R024 2 .2k :CHIP C023

EW

HD
Q308
R064
10p

#
R027 10k :C HIP

C021 # 2SA1162 R363 JOINT A14


1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 18k
R017
C014

R003
R028 *

1k :CHIP
1k : CHIP

JOINT A15
G
*

* R330 C339 #
R029

:CHIP

220p CH:CHIP
NS ROT
C022

#
:CHIP

R021 C017 C353 1


PH L 1 C003 C055
100p CH:CHI P

10k :CHIP
R020 680 :CHIP
R002 100 :CHIP 10kR019

C342
JW901 * 68p R390
0 :CHIP 10p CH :CHIP

# 100p
C024

SP L 2 CH:CHIP D009 #
C012

CH:CHIP #
R016 #

SP GND 3 LED2 C044 C340 JOINT A16


C332

0.1 25V B:CHIP


R362

R 326 #
D008 #

2.2k :CHIP
1SS355TE-17

0.0047 B:CHIP
L003 R364

18k :CHIP
SP GND 4 LED1 100p 4.7 12k
0

C331 #
CH:CHIP R340 C327 R334
D00 5

R354

C324
:CHIP

220 :CHIP 2.2k :CHIP

R357
SP R 5 :CHIP 22 1.8M

C328
C013
R001 #

100
C001 #

100p CH:CHIP

R023

0.01 D007 # C329 :CHIP

220 :CHIP
0 :CHIP

PH R 6
0 :CHIP

:CHIP

R360 R355
4.7
R018 220 :CHIP

C330
#

B:CHIP
R058

R351 C338
C IN

D322 # R349 R361


C043

C300 #

2.2k :CHIP
R060

0.1

R359
C002 #

470p B:CHIP
1.5k
R059

10k 10k
C0 56 #

D319 # :CHIP 4700p


68p CH:CHIP

25V :CHIP

R356
CN901 B:CHIP C322 B:CHIP :CHIP

C302
* 470p R370 C325
C016

1
H B:CHIP #

JOINT 65

JOINT 67
JOINT 30
JOINT 31
JOINT 21

JOINT 27
JOINT 28
JOINT 14

JOINT 16

JOINT 70
JOINT 63

JOINT 64

JOINT 66

JOINT 68

JOINT 69

JOINT 71
JOINT 51
JOINT 52
JOINT 53

JOINT 54

JOINT 55

JOINT 56
JOINT 57
JOINT 58
JOINT 59

JOINT 61
JOINT 62
JOINT 32
JOINT 33
JOINT 34
JOINT 35
JOINT 36
JOINT 20

JOINT 24
JOINT 25

JOINT 26

JOINT 29
JOINT 18
JOINT 19

JOINT 22
JOINT 23
JOINT 10
JOINT 11

JOINT 12
JOINT 13

JOINT 15

JOINT 17

JOINT 60
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
JOINT 48
JOINT 49
JOINT 50

JOINT A30
JOINT 7
1

4
5

JOINT 6

JOINT 8
JOINT 9
2
3
JOINT

JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT

JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT
JOINT

3/ 4
TO PAGE 1 3/4 TO PAGE 1 4/4
I

T O PAGE 1
J

– 57 – – 58 –
KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80 KV-XA21M83/XA21M93/XA51M61/XA21P80
RM-952 RM-952
KV-XA21N93 KV-XA21N93
RM-915 RM-915

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

A
! PAGE 1 (2/4) A
(SYSTEM CONTROLLER, Y/C JUNGLE,
DEFLECTION, TUVIF, FRONT AMP,
POWER SUPPLY)
CN101
# CN102
CN204 CN203 #
TO B3 BOARD 3P 3P CN1407
B CN1405 :S-MICRO :S-MICRO TO B3 BOARD

S T BY - MUT E
T V R OUT

OUT
CV / Y I N
CV / Y I N
CN106

T V OUT
# TO B3 BOARD CN104

A GND
L OUT

NCVOL CONT
R OUT
L I N
R I N

NC DE- EMP
1P

NC AF OUT
S I N
C I N
CN3603

5V MUTE
TV L

L OUT NC
R OUT NC

SDA NC
SCL NC

PLL-SWNC

NC AF I N

IF
CN205 CN105

GND

GND
GND

AFT OUT
GND

GND