Question about Sony BRAVIA KDL40XBR 40 in. LCD TV
If you just want to turn the closed captions on or off, there is a key marked "CC" on the Sony remote supplied with the TV. This is located between the "FREEZE" and "SLEEP" keys. Each time you press the "CC" key, the closed captions will cycle between ON and OFF.
The closed caption settings are located in the XMB (XrossMediaBar). To open the XMB and access the closed caption settings, please follow these instructions:
1. Switch the TV on
2. Press the "HOME" key on your Sony remote to open the XMB
3. The SETTINGS option (the toolbox) should be automatically selected. If not, use the LEFT/RIGHT arrow keys to highlight this option.
4. Press the DOWN arrow repeatedly until CLOSED CAPTION (CC in a box) is highlighted.
5. Press the "+" key (in the centre of the arrows) to open the CLOSED CAPTION menu
You should now be able to see the CC options. Continue using the arrow keys and the "+" key to change the options to your required settings.
If these options are greyed out / not available, it's probably because you are using a cable/satellite receiver. In this case, you will need to change the CC options from the on-screen menus for your cable/satellite receiver.
I can't give you any specific instructions for this as I don't know which brand/model of cable/satellite receiver you are using however, the process will be very similar. Look for a MENU button on your cable/satellite remote control and then use the arrow keys and the OK/SELECT key on the remote to navigate the menus and select options. Please note: on some cable boxes, you can only open the on-screen menus when the box is in 'standby' mode.
Hope this helps. If you need any further information on CC settings or assistance with setting the CC options on your cable box, please reply to me from within this page.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
If you find the tools button on your remote you should find captions vision in the section of the menu hope this helps.. Cheers nikki
You can go to this link and download the manual for you tv
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Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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