User manual SONY HES-V1000

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[. . . ] 3-098-099-11(1) 3-098-099-11 (1) Printed on 70% or more recycled paper. Printed in Japan 2007 © Sony Corporation WARNING Note This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. [. . . ] · Artist (A to Z) · Artist (Z to A) · Album (A to Z) · Album (Z to A) Plays all tracks in the HDD repeatedly and randomly. · Track · All · Off Available OPTIONS during playback Items Repeat Details Displays options for Repeat Play. · Track · All · Off Displays options for Shuffle Play. Displays the details about the track. Shuffle Play from Beginning Play Stop Information/ Settings Sort By To change the group content Play All Repeat 1 2 3 4 Press HOME to turn on the Home Menu. Press YELLOW repeatedly The view of the listings changes with each press as follows: ­ Album , continued 71 ­ Genre ­ Artist Notes · The "HDD Music" folder changes depending on the view setting. · Depending on the number of recorded albums, the view may be slow to change. 72 Various Music Playback Operations Buttons/Functions A B BLUE ­ Selects a music album for playback (page 70) (HDD only). DISP LA BLUE DISPLAY ­ Switches the panel display to show track information and playback time. C / PREV/NEXT or </, ­ Skips to the beginning of the current or next track. twice. RETURN PREV NEXT Y Enjoying Videos, Photos, and Music D RETURN 1 2 3 4 3 5 6 ­ Stops playback and returns to the Home Menu. E F G / (Fast-reverse/fast-forward) ­ Fast reverses or fast forwards (x14) when pressed during playback. TIME ­ Switches the panel display to show elapsed playback time or remaining time. TIME STOP PAUSE 7 To play repeatedly (Repeat Play) Repeat Play is available for HDD content only. To play randomly (Shuffle Play) Shuffle Play is available for HDD content only. 1 2 3 4 Press HOME to turn on the Home Menu. Select [Repeat], and then select either [Track] or [All] and press ENTER. To turn off, repeat the above steps and select [Off] in step 4. 1 2 3 4 Press HOME to turn on the Home Menu. To turn off, repeat the above steps and select [Off] in step 4. 73 Playing Music in Other Rooms Playing music on the client devices You can play the server's music content or stop playing it by operating the client device. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device for details. Notes on the music server function When connected to a DLNA compatible audio device or PC via the network, you can play music stored on the HDD on these devices. · You cannot play on the client device when: ­ Changing the server's settings ­ Editing the video titles ­ Importing video titles to the HDD or copying them to a disc (in all cases) ­ Creating "x-ScrapBook" albums or copying them to a disc ­ Editing audio files ­ Editing music album/track information ­ Copying photos to a disc ­ Copying photo albums to a disc · Depending on the client device, the server's music content may not be played, or the sound may not be output properly. About the DLNA function The function ensures connection and music sharing among digital AV devices and PCs on the home network. When the server and the DLNA compatible devices are connected via the network, the device can play the server's music content. Because of this convenient function, you can play the server's music even in other rooms. For information regarding DLNA, visit the DLNA homepage: http://www. dlna. org/ Preparing for the music server function a Connect to the network. Network connection is a prerequisite for this function. See "Step 5: Connecting to the Network" (page 26) for setup information. b Configure the network settings. Make the settings necessary for connecting the server to the network. See "Network Settings" (page 121) for procedures. c Making the music server settings. The following steps make the music on the HDD playable on other devices. For details, see "Music Server Settings" (page 122). To prepare the client devices The client device that you are going to play the server's music content also needs configuration for network connection and playback. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device for connections and settings. [. . . ] Note that these discs will not play on a normal DVD player. a:Yes ×:No Internal HDD Regular-shaped, 12 cm discs only BD-RE Ver. 2. 1 (single layer) BD-R Ver. 1. 1 (single layer) DVD-RW (VR) DVD-RW (Video) DVD-R (VR) DVD-R (Video) DVD+RW DVD+R DVD+R DL Up to 16xspeed discs (Up to 8xspeed for DVD+DL) 6hrs (10 hrs 51 min for DVD+R DL) Supported versions -- Ver. 1. 1, Ver1. 1 CPRM, Ver1. 2, Ver1. 2 CPRM (6x-speed max) Ver. 2. 0, Ver2. 0 CPRM, Ver2. 1, Ver2. 1 CPRM (16x-speed max) Up to 8xspeed discs Maximum Recording Time (approx) 543 hrs 26 hrs 41 min (Single layer) 6 hrs 6 hrs 6 hrs 6 hrs 6 hrs Rewritable Photo Import to HDD 16:9 picture recording Mixed recording of 16:9 and 4:3 Video playback Photo (JPEG) playback HDD-to-Disc Photo Copy a -- a a a a × a a a a a a a a*1 a*2 × a a × a a*1 a*2 a a × a × Always records in 4:3 a a × Always records in 4:3 a a Brand-new discs only (DVD+R DL is unusable) Playable on many DVD devices (finalizing required) a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a -- a a a *3 a *3 Brand-new discs only a *3 Playback compatibility -- Playable on many BD devices Playable on many BD devices Playable on VR mode compatible devices Playable on many DVD devices (finalizing required) Playable on DVD-R VR mode compatible devices (finalizing required) Playable on many DVD devices (finalizing required) Playable on many DVD devices *1 *2 *3 Only when the recording mode is XP or SP and [Video Output Aspect Ratio] is set to [16:9] (page 112). You cannot record both 16:9 Letterbox pictures and 4:3 standard pictures in one title. The disc's previous recordings will be erased after photos are copied. 148 Playback compatibility with commercially available disc packages, and discs recorded on other devices The server plays both 12 cm and 8 cm discs (excluding 8 cm DVD-R DL discs). a:Yes ×:No Recorded on other devices BDROM BD-RE/ BD-R (single layer)*1/ *2 Recorded on other devices DVD VIDEO DVD+R W/ DVD+R/ DVD+R DL a*5/*6 a*6 a*6 a*6 a*6 Discs recorded in AVCHD format Music CD*4 Recorded on other devices CD-R/ CD-RW DVDRW DVD-R/ DVD-R DL*7 a*5/*6 a*6 a*6 a*6 a*6 DVDRAM*3 Super Audio CD*11 Video Import to HDD Photo Import to HDD Video Playback Music Playback*8 Photo Playback × × a a*5*10 a a a a × a a a*5/*6 a*6 a*6 a a*6 a*5 a a a a × × a*6 × × × a × a × × × CD layer only × a a × a × a × × × × *1 BD-R/BD-RE (dual layer) are not supported. *3 Only DVD-RAM compliant with Ver. 2. 0/2. 1 Video Recording formats is supported for playback. [. . . ]

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