How Bravia Sync Works

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How Bravia Sync Works
High definition has quickly become the dominant format in the television world. (Blank TV image by Mario Ragsac Jr. from

With the emergence of HDTVs into the TV market, Sony has developed a series of HDTVs known as the Sony Bravia HD series. Sony Bravia HD series TVs are high-quality flat-screen TVs that allow owners to integrate multiple devices, such as the Internet enabled computers, camcorders, and cameras into their home theatre experience. One of the features the Sony Bravia series has is Bravia Sync. If you are new to Bravia Sync, there are a few items you should know about.

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Things you need

  • Sony Bravia TV
  • HDMI cables

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    Connect external devices, such as a Blu-ray or DVD player, surround sound, or camcorder to your Sony Bravia TV. Sony Bravia Sync uses HDMI inputs to receive data from external devices. Connect your external devices using an HDMI cable. Connect monitor end of the cable to your Sony Bravia TV and then connect the other end of the cable into your external device. If you have multiple devices, use the multiple HDMI ports on your Sony Bravia TV to connect them.

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    Access Bravia Sync using your Bravia HDTV remote. Sony Bravia TVs come with a Bravia HDTV remote for easier access of the Sony Bravia features. On your Bravia HDTV remote, click the Bravia Sync button.

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    Use Bravia Sync. Once you click the Bravia Sync button on your Bravia HDTV remote your Sony Bravia TV will open the Bravia Sync menu. The Bravia Sync menu will display the external devices that you have attached to your Sony Bravia TV and allow you to control them through the remote.

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