1 (1) Connector section RESET button 1/u button and indicator Disc cover button Instruction Manual Thank you for purchasing the PlayStation video game console. You can enjoy playing CD-ROM discs with both the PlayStation logo and [PAL] designation, and audio CDs with this unit. Before operating the unit, please read this manual and retain it for future reference. MEMORY CARD slots Controller ports L2 button, R2 button, L1 button, R1 button Directional buttons,,, π buttons START button ANALOG mode switch SCPH-9002 A Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved. SELECT button Left stick, right stick L3 button, R3 button
2 2 WARNING Precautions To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. WARNING To prevent shock hazard, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a socket outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed. Caution The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. Read before operating your PlayStation A few people may experience epileptic seizures when viewing flashing lights or patterns in our daily environment. These persons may experience seizures while watching TV pictures or playing video games. Even players who have never had any seizures may nonetheless have an undetected epileptic condition. Consult your doctor before playing video games if you have an epileptic condition or should you experience any of the following symptoms during play: altered vision, muscle twitching, other involuntary movements, loss of awareness of your surroundings, mental confusion, and/or convulsions. This appliance is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT MARKING is located on the bottom of the PlayStation. Precautions Your PlayStation is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. About the nameplate The nameplate is located on the bottom of the PlayStation. On safety The laser beam emitted from the lens of your PlayStation is harmful to the eyes. Do not disassemble the casing. Servicing should be carried out by qualified personnel only. Should any solid objects or liquid fall into your PlayStation, unplug it immediately and have it checked by qualified personnel before any further use. When not in use, disconnect your PlayStation from the mains. When disconnecting, grasp the plug and pull it from the wall socket. Never pull the cord itself. For your health Be sure to take a break of about 15 minutes during every hour of play. Do not play a game when you are very tired or short of sleep. Play in a well lit room, sitting as far from the screen as the cord will allow. On operation Operate your PlayStation only on V AC, 50/60 Hz. Do not cover your PlayStation during use as heat may build up internally. Avoid rough handling or mechanical shock and do not put any heavy objects on your PlayStation. This could damage the console or the disc. Do not leave your PlayStation near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight (operating temperature: 5 C - 35 C), excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, on an uneven surface, or in a car with its windows closed. If your PlayStation causes interference to radio or television receptions, turn it off or move it away from those appliances. Do not touch the lens inside the disc cover. To protect the lens from dust, keep the disc cover closed except when inserting or removing a disc. If the lens is not clean, your PlayStation may not operate properly. Your PlayStation is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off. About the discs You can use the two kinds of discs with your PlayStation : CD-ROM discs with both PlayStation logo and [PAL] designation, and audio CDs. Some discs sold in foreign countries cannot be used with this unit. On handling discs Do not leave the discs near heat sources or in direct sunlight or excessive moisture. Store the discs in their cases when they re not in use. When handling the discs, do not touch the surface. Hold them by the edge. Do not stick paper or tape on the discs. Do not write on the discs with a marker, etc. On moisture condensation If your PlayStation is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lens inside. Should this occur, your PlayStation may not operate properly. In this case, remove the disc for several hours until the moisture evaporates. If your PlayStation still does not operate properly, call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and Do not connect your PlayStation to a projection TV Do not connect your PlayStation to a projection TV unless it is the LCD type. Permanent damage to your TV screen could otherwise result. Never analyse or remodel your PlayStation Use your PlayStation following the instructions in this manual. Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. expressly prohibits the analysis or remodelling of the PlayStation, and also prohibits the analysis, use of its circuit configurations without express written permission of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
3 Unpacking Table of contents 3 Check that you have the following items: WARNING 2 Precautions 2 Unpacking 3 Console Connecting your PlayStation to a TV set 4 Playing a game 4 AC Power Cord Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) AV Cable (integrated audio/video) Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) usage 6 Using the MEMORY CARD 8 Playing an audio CD 10 Enjoying the SoundScope 12 Troubleshooting 14 Specifications Back cover Back GUARANTEE 9 cover
4 4 Connecting your PlayStation to a TV set Playing a game Connecting to a TV with audio/video inputs Connect your PlayStation to the TV using the supplied AV Cable (integrated audio/ video), making sure you match the colours on the plugs and terminals. If your TV is monaural, do not connect the red plugs. If you want to hear both left and right sounds from a monaural TV, use a commercially available 3-phono to 2-phono (stereo to monaural) type audio/video cable. After connecting Set your TV to the appropriate video input mode. (Refer to the instruction manual of your TV.) 1 2 Press (open) button. The disc cover opens. Insert a disc with the label side up. IMPORTANT INFORMATION For the customers in Australia and New Zealand A few models of television sets or monitors may display a bouncing or other incorrect screen effect when connected to the PlayStation. Any applicable warranties offered by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe may be limited or disclaimed in some particular cases of this occurrence. Should you experience any difficulties for whatever reason with your PlayStation please call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and 3 4 Close the disc cover. Press 1/u (power) button. The 1/u indicator lights up. After the start-up screen, screen C 1 appears and the game begins. Set the supplied Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) to the appropriate mode for the software (see page 6).
5 5 Tips When you end a game, press button, remove a disc and press 1/u button to turn off the PlayStation. If you turn on your PlayStation without first inserting a disc, screen C2 appears. It gives you access to the audio CD control screen and the MEMORY CARDS activity screen, described later on in this manual. If you insert a CD-ROM disc of the PlayStation format while screen C2 is on, the game will start automatically. If the screen C3 appears, the inserted disc might be of a different format. Check if it has both the PlayStation logo and [PAL] designation on it. A damaged or dirty disc would also produce this screen. See Troubleshooting on page 14. Notes There is no need to turn off the PlayStation if you want to change games. Just open the disc cover and wait until the disc stops spinning, swap the discs over and then press RESET button. When inserting a disc, push the disc gently but firmly until it sits snugly on the central spindle. MWARNING Before removing a disc, press the button and make sure that the disc completely stops. Never touch the disc while it is spinning. Otherwise, you may hurt yourself or damage the disc or your PlayStation. A Restarting a game RESET button Press RESET button. Be careful not to press RESET button while playing the game, or the game will end. B Removing a disc button Press button. While pressing the central spindle gently, pick up the disc holding the edge. C Screens that appear after the start-up screen When you turn on your PlayStation, one of the following screens will appear. 1 A CD-ROM with both PlayStation logo and [PAL] designation is inserted. 2 No disc is inserted. 3 A disc that cannot be played with the PlayStation is inserted.
6 6 Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) usage A Mode switching and LED display This Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) can be switched between two modes by pressing the ANALOG mode switch. Each time the ANALOG mode switch is pressed, the mode changes as follows. B Digital mode (LED display : Off) You can use this controller in the same manner as the SCPH-1080 Controller. L2 button R2 button Digital mode (LED display : Off) Âµ Analog mode (LED display : Red) L1 button SELECT button START button R1 button ANALOG mode switch button Directional buttons button LED button Note After checking the icons on the software, switch to the appropriate mode for use. Note however, that some software makes this adjustment automatically. In such cases, the ANALOG mode switch is overridden by the software. For details, refer to the software manual. ANALOG mode switch π button LED display: Off
7 7 C Analog mode (LED display: Red) Supports software with icon. Before using the controller, rotate the sticks once with your thumbs as if drawing a circle, as shown in the diagram at left. Do not twist the sticks. L1 button Directional buttons Left stick / L3 button * L2 button SELECT button ANALOG mode switch START button R2 button LED display: Red * The R3 button and the L3 button function when the stick is pressed. R1 button button button button π button Right stick / R3 button * Vibration function This Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) is a touch sensitive controller with a vibration function. The vibration function can be set to ON or OFF on the monitor with the software. The function of each button may vary depending on the software played. Refer to individual software manuals for further details. Notes When the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) is not used, turn the PlayStation off or unplug the controller from the PlayStation. Before using the vibration function of this controller, please read the following notes on safety. For safety Stop using this unit immediately if you become tired or if you experience unpleasantness or pain in your hands or arms while using. If the condition persists, consult your doctor. Do not attempt to operate the controller with anything other than your hands. Do not operate the controller with, or attach it to; your head, elbows, other bony parts of your body, face, or stomach. Absolutely do not use the vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) if you have any ailment in the bones or joints of your hands or arms. Absolutely do not use the vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) when your fingers, hands, wrists, or arms are broken, dislocated, or sprained; or if you have a pulled muscle. These ailments may become worse due to the vibration of the controller. Do not continue to use the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) for a long time. Take a rest at about 30 minute intervals.
8 8 Using the MEMORY CARD You can save and load game data using the optional SCPH-1020 MEMORY CARD. Each MEMORY CARD has 15 memory blocks. A MEMORY CARD screen You can copy game data from one MEMORY CARD to another or delete unnecessary data, by bringing up the MEMORY CARD screen MEMORY CARD 1 MEMORY CARD 2 3 Set the supplied Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) to digital mode (LED display: Off) Turn on your PlayStation before inserting a disc Insert MEMORY CARD (or two MEMORY CARDS) Select MEMORY CARD with the directional buttons and press the button. Cancelling the MEMORY CARD screen Select EXIT on the MEMORY CARD screen with the directional buttons and press the button. 1 Contents of MEMORY CARD 1. The game data is displayed as icons. 2 Icon. The number of icons corresponds to the number of used memory blocks. 3 Arrow pointer. 4 Copy the selected game data. 5 Copy all the game data on the selected card. 6 Delete the selected game data. 7 Exit from this screen. 8 Contents of MEMORY CARD 2. 9 Displays of the game name and other details of the selected data.
9 9 B MEMORY CARD operation How to use the controller for the MEMORY CARD screen Directional buttons button To move the arrow pointer: Press the directional buttons. To select the items: Press the button. Tip You can also operate using the optional SCPH-1090 Mouse. Copying game data 1... Check that the card you re copying to has enough memory blocks, then select COPY Select the card containing the data to be copied Select the icon for the data to be copied Select YES. Or select NO to cancel copying. Notes You cannot copy the data to a card that does not have enough empty blocks. Delete unnecessary data. Do not remove the card until the icons stop moving. Copying all the game data 1... Check that the card you re copying to has enough memory blocks, then select COPY ALL Select the card to be copied Select YES. Or select NO to cancel copying. Deleting game data 1... Select DELETE Select the card that has the data you wish to delete Select the icon of the data you wish to delete Select YES. Or select NO to cancel deleting. Notes Do not remove the card until the icons stop moving. If the data you want to copy already exists on the card, the data will not be copied.
10 10 Playing an audio CD Your PlayStation can also play audio CDs. There are two control methods for the audio CD facility. Selecting the buttons on the audio CD screen operation (A) Pressing the buttons on the controller (direct key operation, C) Set the supplied Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) to digital mode (LED display: Off). Note As the two ways above work at the same time, be sure not to confuse the operation. Selecting audio CD operation Insert an audio CD and turn on the power. You can also insert an audio CD after turning on the power. (You do not have to turn off your PlayStation when changing CDs.) Cancelling audio CD operation Select EXIT on the screen with the directional buttons and press the button. A Audio CD screen !!!!! 8 9 0!!! 1 Find the start of the next track. 2 Fastforward. 3 Play. 4 Stop. 5 Pause. 6 Rewind. 7 Find the start of the current or previous track. 8 Displays the selected playback mode. 9 Play a single track or all tracks repeatedly. 0 Play all tracks on the disc in order.! Change the playback time display.! Play the tracks in random order.! Play selected tracks in a specified order.! Displays the current track number, and the elapsed or remaining playback time. Press the TIME button to switch the display.! Arrow pointer.! Select the track number(s) from a grid showing all the tracks on the CD.! Display track numbers higher than 20 (appears only when there are more than 20 tracks on a CD).! Cancel audio CD operation.
11 11 B Various playback modes How to use the controller for the CD operation screen Playing tracks on a loop To repeat the current track, select REPEAT until REPEAT 1 appears. To repeat all the tracks, select REPEAT until REPEAT ALL appears. To resume normal play, select REPEAT until REPEAT indication disappears. C To operate the CD directly with the controller Using the buttons on the controller, you can control basic CD operations without looking at the screen. + = Directional buttons button To move the arrow pointer: Press the directional buttons. To select the items: Press the button. Tip You can also operate using the optional SCPH-1090 Mouse. Playing a CD through to the end once Select (. Programming a sequence of tracks 1... Select PROGRAM Select the track number you want to play. Repeat this step until you have selected all the tracks you want to include Select (. To resume normal play, select CONTINUE. Playing tracks in random order 1... Select SHUFFLE. ) Start SoundScope (see page 12) 0 (, P 2... Select (. To resume normal play, select CONTINUE.
12 12 Enjoying the SoundScope A SoundScope operation 1* 2* 3 4* 5* Playing Audio CDs on your PlayStation will activate the SoundScope feature, a graphical representation of the music you are playing. Using the buttons on the controller, you can choose your favorite picture from 24 patterns, change the color of the picture or add the effect of an afterimage. You can also save and load your SoundScope settings using the MEMORY CARD. When enjoying SoundScope, set the supplied Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) to digital mode and operate the CD directly with the controller (LED display: Off). Starting SoundScope operation Press SELECT button when the CD operation screen is displayed. Returning to the CD operation screen Press SELECT button. 6* 7 8* 9 * : Press these buttons while holding down button to save your operation or change the size of the picture. For details, see "C Additional operations". 1-5 Audio CD operation: 1 Find the start of the current or previous track. 2 Rewind 3 Play / Pause 4 Fastforward 5 Find the start of the next track. 6 Shorten the interval of displayed pictures. 7 Change the pattern of the picture. 0!!! 8 Lengthen the interval of displayed pictures. 9 Return to the CD operation screen. 0 Add the effect of an afterimage to the picture.! Select the pattern of the picture in random order.! Use this button with others for additional operations.! Change the color of the picture.
13 13 B Operation with the Mouse You can also operate SoundScope using the Mouse (SCPH-1090 : sold separately). Refer to A for the operation. A! A! A6 A9 C Additional operations Changing the size of the picture Press the directional buttons (up or down) while holding down button. Changing and Storing the settings 1... During playback, press R1 button while holding down button. A mark flashes on the lower right of the screen. Switching to stored settings 1... During playback, press L1 button while holding down button. A mark appears on the lower left of the screen, and the SoundScope picture is transformed by the stored operation. Saving the stored operation in the MEMORY CARD Press R2 button while holding down button. A mark appears on the upper right of the screen. A! A8 For the CD operation screen To move the mouse pointer(+): Move the Mouse. To select the items: Press the left button Operate the controller. While the mark is lit, any changes you make to the SoundScope operation with the controller are stored When you are finished, press R1 button while holding down button. The mark disappears and the procedure is completed Press L1 button while holding down button. The mark disappears and the procedure is completed. Tip Your stored setting is lost when you turn off the PlayStation. If you want to keep the data, you can save and load it by using the MEMORY CARD with one memory block. Note You can store only one custom setting of SoundScope operation. If the data already exists, it is erased. Loading the data in the MEMORY CARD Press L2 button while holding down button. A mark appears on the upper left of the screen. To use the loaded data, follow the procedure above. Note Do not unplug the controller during the procedures.
14 14 Troubleshooting Symptoms If you experience any of the following problems, read the instructions for the specified Check or Diagnosis. 1 No sound Check 1 2 No picture on the screen. Check 2 3 The picture and the sound skip. Check 12 4 The screen and the sound freeze or the game (or audio CD) stops playing. Check 13 5 The game (or audio CD) does not start. Check 6 6 The controller does not work. Check 14 7 A game (or audio CD) that once worked perfectly, now no longer does. Check 17 8 You cannot save game data using the MEMORY CARD. Check 18 9 The vibration function of the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) does not work. Check The screen and sound are noisy. Diagnosis E 11 The error message appears on the screen. Diagnosis F Checks 1 Is the TV volume set properly? If not, adjust the volume. Make sure mute is not selected on the TV. If the problem persists, bcheck 2 2 Is the channel position or input selector of the TV set correctly? If not, set it to the correct position. If the problem persists, bcheck 3 3 Is your PlayStation correctly connected to a TV (or a VCR) with the cable? If not, connect it correctly. If the problem persists, bcheck 4 4 Is the AC power cord connected to your PlayStation and the wall socket? Connect the AC power cord firmly to a wall socket and to the PlayStation. If the problem persists, bcheck 5 5 Is the power turned on to both your PlayStation and the TV? If not, turn on the PlayStation and the TV. If the problem persists, bcheck 6 6 Is a disc inserted in your PlayStation? If not, insert a disc. If the problem persists, bcheck 7 7 Is the inserted disc either a CD- ROM disc with both the PlayStation logo and [PAL] designation or an audio CD? Insert such a CD-ROM disc or an audio CD. If the problem persists, bcheck 8 8 Is the disc cover closed firmly? If not, close it firmly. If the problem persists, bcheck 9 9 Is the disc inserted with the label side up? If not, insert the disc with the label side up. If the problem persists, bcheck Check to see if the "PlayStation" is set to pause mode. If Yes, cancel it. If the problem persists, bcheck Did you bring your PlayStation directly from a cold to a warm location before you inserted the disc? If Yes, b Diagnosis C If No, b Check 12
15 15 Diagnoses 12 Is your PlayStation placed on a stable surface? Install the PlayStation in a flat stable place. Do not shake or vibrate the PlayStation. If the problem persists, bcheck Check to see if another game (or audio CD) will work. If Yes, If No, b Diagnosis A b Diagnosis B 14 Is the controller connected to your PlayStation? If not, connect it to the Controller port of the PlayStation. If the problem persists, bcheck Is the Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) set to the appropriate mode for the software? Switch to the appropriate mode. If the problem persists, bcheck Check to see if another controller will work. If Yes, If No, b Diagnosis D b Diagnosis F 17 Check to see if another game (or audio CD) will work. If Yes, b Diagnosis A If No, b Diagnosis F 18 Is the MEMORY CARD inserted in your PlayStation? If not, insert it in the MEMORY CARD slot of the PlayStation. If the problem persists, bcheck Are there empty blocks on the MEMORY CARD? Keep empty blocks on the MEMORY CARD. If the problem persists, bdiagnosis G A There is a problem with the disc. Clean the underside of the disc with a CD cleaner and try to play it again. To clean the disc, refer to the instruction manual of the CD cleaner. If the problem persists, the disc may be defective. B The lens may be dirty. Clean the lens by using a plastic lens cleaning kit. To clean the lens, refer to the instruction manual of the plastic lens cleaning kit. If the problem persists, call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and C Moisture condensation has occured on the disc. Remove the disc and leave it until the moisture evaporates, or clean the underside of the disc using a CD cleaner. D There is a problem with the controller. Call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and E Check the connection between your PlayStation and the TV (or VCR). Insert the plugs of the connecting cable firmly into the connectors. If the picture and the sound are still picking up noise, the plugs may be dirty or there may be a short inside the cable. If the problem persists even after trying another cable, call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and F There is a problem with your PlayStation. Call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and G There is a problem with the MEMORY CARD. Call the appropriate PlayStation customer service number which can be found on the customer registration card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and
16 16 Specifications GUARANTEE General Power requirements: V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption: 10 W Dimensions: 270 x 60 x 188 mm (w/h/d) Mass: 1.2 kg Operating Temperature: 5 C - 35 C Laser diode properties Material: GaAlAs Wavelength: l=780 nm Emission duration: Continuous Laser output: Less than 44.6 µw (measured at a distance of 200 mm from the lens surface on the optical pick-up block) Inputs/outputs on the front Controller ports (2) MEMORY CARD slots (2) Input/output on the rear SERIAL I/O port (1) Output on the rear AV MULTI OUT output (1) Supplied accessories AC power cord (mains lead) (1) AV Cable (integrated audio/video) (1) Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) (1) Instruction Manual (1) Optional accessories SCPH-1020 E MEMORY CARD SCPH-1040 E Link Cable SCPH-1070 E Multi Tap SCPH-1080 E Controller SCPH-1090 E Mouse SCPH-1122 RFU Adaptor SCPH-1140 E AV Cable (integrated audio/video) SCPH-1160 E AV Adaptor SCPH-1200 E Analog Controller (DUALSHOCK) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. GUARANTEE Thank you for buying this Product. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe ( SCEE ) will, for a period of 1 (one) year from the date of original purchase, repair or (at SCEE s option) replace any component part of this Product, free of charge, where it is faulty due to defective materials or workmanship. Replacement will be with a new or refurbished unit, at SCEE s option. The benefits conferred by this Guarantee are in addition to other rights and remedies which the consumer has in law in Australia in respect of this Product, including rights and remedies available under the Trade Practices Act 1974 and State and Territory legislation. IMPORTANT (1) If you need to claim under this Guarantee, please call the appropriate customer service number for return instructions and other guidance. (2) This Guarantee is only valid: (i) in Australia and New Zealand; (ii) when the original sales receipt or invoice (indicating the date of purchase and retailer s name) is presented together with the faulty Product (and has not been altered or defaced since the date of original purchase). (3) You may not claim under this Guarantee when the Product is damaged as a result of: (i) commercial use, accident, fair wear and tear or misuse (including, without limitation, failure to use this Product for its normal purpose and/or in accordance with instructions on proper use and maintenance, or installation or use in a manner inconsistent with applicable local technical or safety standards); (ii) use in conjunction with any unauthorised peripheral (including, without limitation, game enhancement devices, adaptors and power supply devices); (iii) any adaptation or adjustment to, or alteration of, this Product carried out for any reason, and whether properly carried out or not; or (iv) maintenance or repairs carried out other than by an authorised service facility. (4) Where permitted under applicable law, this Guarantee will be your sole and exclusive remedy for breach of any guarantee, warranty, or condition, express or implied, in respect of this Product and neither SCEE nor any other Sony entity, or their suppliers or authorised service facilities, will be liable for any incidental or consequential loss or damage. If this Product needs any repair which is not covered by this Guarantee, please call the appropriate customer service number for advice. If your home country is not one of those listed, please contact your retailer. Customer Service Numbers can be found on the Customer Registration Card, within every PlayStation software manual and on our websites and Please complete and return the enclosed (Freepost) Customer Registration Card. Sony is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation., PlayStation and DUALSHOCK are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Printed in Japan.
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