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SONY KP48V80
Service Manual


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Description of SONY KP48V80 Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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Text excerpt from page 20 (click to view)
KP-48V80/53V80/61V80
RM-Y905 RM-Y905 RM-Y905

Using Your New Projection TV (continued)
Watching Two Programs at One Time — PIP
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows you to view two channels simultaneously, one in the full size “main” picture and one in a smaller “window” picture. You can move the window picture to any location on the screen.
The symbol “b” or “B” indicates which picture's TV channel or input source can be changed. The symbol “≥” indicates which picture's sound is being received. TV channel or inputsource mode for the main picture* (yellowgreen-colored) TV channel or inputsource mode for the window picture* (white-colored) Window picture

Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations
Press to display a window picture. Each time you press this button, the picture size will change (1/4 n1/9 n1/16 nno display). To close the window picture, press
POSITION

repeatedly until it disappears.

Press to change the location of the window picture (counterclockwise) around the main picture.

(under the cover)
ACTIVE

Main picture

6 10

Press to select either the main or window picture in order to change the TV channel or video source using the white labeled buttons below. The symbol “b” (or “B”) will appear to indicate which picture’s channel or input mode can be changed. To change the location of the window picture, move the joystick in any direction and release it when the picture is in the desired location.

(white labeled button)
TV/VIDEO
Press repeatedly to scroll through the available video inputs for the picture on which the symbol “b” (or “B”) is displayed. (see “TV/VIDEO” on page 22)

* It will dim in about 3 seconds.

Tip

z

If you press RESET in PIP mode, the window picture will move to the bottom right (factory-preset location).

(white labeled button)

24

Using the Yellow Labeled Buttons for PIP Operations
CH

JUMP

or

0-9
and ENTER

or

Press to select the TV channel on which the symbol “b” is displayed. (for details, see “Watching the TV” on page 21) Speed Surf 1 Press and hold CH + or – to change the channel number rapidly. 2 Release to display the desired channel.

REFER TO THE ILLUSTRATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL ON THE INSIDE FRONT COVER OF THIS MANUAL AS YOU REVIEW THIS CHART

(white labeled button)
ANT
Press to change between the VHF/UHF input and the AUX input for the picture on which the symbol “b” (or “B”) is displayed.

(white labeled button)
AUDIO

Note: • If one of the pictures received through PIP is snowy, the entire screen may become unstable. In this case, erase the snowy channel. (see “Channel Skip/ Add” on page 35)

INDEX

Press to alternate sound between the main picture and the window picture. The symbol “ ” will appear for a few seconds to indicate which picture’s sound is being received. This is useful when you need to copy down information of the main picture. Press to freeze the desired scene in the main picture. The frozen picture is displayed in the window picture while viewing the normal picture in the main picture. The window picture size is automatically changed to 1/4 if it was 1/9 or 1/16. Press again to resume normal PIP viewing.

FREEZE

GUIDE

SWAP

Press to switch the audio and video of the main picture and the window picture. Each time you press SWAP, the picture and sound of the two will be exchanged.

(under the cover)

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