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Sony TA-VE800G - TA-VE800G Consignes d’utilisation Français

Sony TA-VE800G - TA-VE800G Consignes d’utilisation Français

Introduction The remote

Introduction The remote control supplied with the TA-VE800G uses infrared (IR) rays to command the amplifier and control the on-screen display. Since this amplifier uses menu operations, you must connect a TV. Understanding How the Amplifier Works LD player, etc. IR control codes Video signal 3 Video signal IR emitter and receptor 1 M VCR, etc. On-screen operation 6 GB TA-VE800G 1 The remote commander emits an infrared (IR) signal when you press direction control button (1 above). 2 This controls the movement of the pointer (hand icon) in the on-screen display (2 above). Video signal (Input from source components combined with on-screen display) ( ) 0 p P = + TV (monitor) 3 When you move the pointer to an on-screen icon, and press the centre of the direction control button, the infrared (IR) emitter transmits the corresponding IR control code to the respective programme source (3 above). If the screen does not appear or the pointer does not move when you press the direction control button The IR code from the remote is not fully reaching the infrared receptor on the amplifier (1 above). Make sure there are no obstacles between the remote and the amplifier. If the programme source fails to respond or is slow to respond The IR control code from the IR repeater is not fully reaching the infrared receptor on the programme source. Connect the extra IR repeater (supplied) and position it facing the programme source (see “IR Repeater Hookups” on page 8). If some of the programmed on-screen controls are unresponsive or slow, rerecord the IR codes for those buttons ( see “Registering non-Sony Audio/Video equipment” on page 16). The TV is used as a monitor To watch TV programmes, use the TV tuner built into your VCR. The VCR controls in the on-screen display let you switch the programme positions using the amplifier’s remote. You can use the TV’s tuner when the amplifier is turned off, but operations must be performed using the remote supplied with the TV. PUSH ENTER m S O U N D FUNCTION M 2 m SUB USER ALL OFF VOL + –

Getting Started Getting Started Unpacking Check that you received the following items with the amplifier: • Remote commander RM-VR1 (remote) (1) • Size AA (R6) batteries (2) • IR repeater (1) • Video cable (1) • Getting Started and Basic Operation Guide (1) Hookup Overview The amplifier allows you to connect and control the following audio/video components. Follow the hookup procedures for the components that you want to connect to the amplifier on the pages specified. To learn the locations and names of each jack, see “Rear Panel Descriptions” on page 41. Speaker System Hookups (9) Front speaker (L) TV/VCR Hookups (10) Monitor Satellite decoder VCR LD player IR Repeater Hookups (8) Front speaker (R) Rear speaker (L) CD player Tape deck DAT/MD deck Centre speaker Active woofer Rear speaker (R) Turntable Audio Component Hookups (8) Video camera/ Video game TV/VCR Hookups (10) Before you get started • Turn off the power to all components before making any connections. • Do not connect the mains leads until all of the connections are completed. • Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise. • When connecting an audio/video cable, be sure to match the colour-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components: Yellow (video) to Yellow; White (left, audio) to White; and Red (right, audio) to Red. 7 GB