Article ID : 00232813 / Last Modified : 04/10/2019

Blu-ray Disc / DVD Player - HDMI

    Making a Connection

    Connection Diagram of Blu-ray Disc / DVD Player (HDMI)
    • Component Video cable
    • Composite Audio cable left and right

    HDMI connection is recommended for optimum picture quality. If your BD/DVD player has an HDMI jack (socket), connect it using a HDMI cable.

    Please use an authorised HDMI cable bearing the HDMI logo.

    TV Set-up

    1. After making a connection, turn on the TV and the connected BD/DVD player.
    2. Press the (Input) button repeatedly to select the input to the connected BD/DVD player.

    3. Start playback on the connected BD/DVD player.
      • If you connect a device that is compatible with “Control for HDMI,” you can control it by simply using the TV’s remote.
      • If the device has a DVI jack (socket), connect it to the HDMI (with AUDIO IN) port through a DVI - HDMI adaptor interface (not supplied), and connect the device’s audio out jacks (sockets) to HDMI 2 AUDIO IN or HDMI 3 AUDIO IN. (Jack (socket) name varies depending on your model/ region/ country.)

    Troubleshooting

    Please note that this troubleshooting is a general one based on Sony latest TV models. You can check specific troubleshooting for your model on the i-Manual or operating instruction. If the symptom still persists, please contact Sony.

    No picture appears on the TV screen when connected to the player via HDMI.

    For some 2014 TV models (i.e. KDL-xxWxxxB Series), there is Problem Diagnosis feature that may detect connected device symptom: Press HOME button on the remote → HelpCustomer Support → Problem Diagnosis: External Device Symptom.

    Please check the following:

    • Is the HDMI cable connected correctly?
    • Is the HDMI input selected on TV?
    • If a resolution setting unacceptable to your TV is mistakenly selected, you can reset it to the factory default. In this case, press STOP button on the player for more than 10 seconds to reset the video output resolution to the lowest resolution.