How to Calibrate the Sony Bravia TV

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The Bravia is Sony's line of HD LCD televisions. With this television, you can view high definition programming and play next generation video game systems. To ensure the best video and audio playback on your Sony Bravia, you will need to calibrate the settings on the television to best fit the content you are attempting to view. This can range from live sports to the latest HD Blu-ray movie.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Sony Bravia TV
  • TV remote

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Power on the Sony Bravia TV by pressing the green "Power" button in the upper right corner of the remote.

  2. 2

    Push the "Wide" button on the remote. This adjusts how the image is presented on the screen. For content shown in high definition, the entire screen should be filled. Programs in standard definition typically have black bars on the sides of the screen. Press the "Wide" button to adjust the video size option until it properly displays the content you are watching. The images should not look compressed or stretched.

  3. 3

    Push the "Input" button to bring up a list of all the inputs the Sony Bravia has. The inputs with a device connected appear brighter than others. Use the directional arrows to navigate to the input, then press the button in the centre of the arrows to select the input.

  4. 4

    Select the "Menu" button in the middle of the remote control. The picture options initially load. Adjust the brightness, contrast and colour warmth to fit your liking. Use the directional arrows to select the Audio options. With the audio, you can adjust the bass and treble in the speakers and the pan (the amount of audio coming from each speaker).

  5. 5

    Press the "Menu" button again to exit out of the adjustment options.

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