Closed captioning is available on almost all broadcast and cable television shows thanks to Federal Communication Commissions regulations. Closed captioning allows you to read the dialogue and sound effects on a television show while it is on. This is helpful for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. It's also a helpful tool if you need to watch TV at a low volume or in a noisy room. If you own a Sony television, you can turn the closed captioning on and off with your remote control.
Push the power button to turn on the TV with your Sony remote control.
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Push the "TV" button found under "Function" on the remote control.
Push the "Menu" button on your remote.
Push the up arrow button on the remote to move to the "Setup" menu on your television screen.
Push the "+" in the center of the arrow buttons to choose "Setup" on your television screen.
Press the down arrow to highlight "Caption Vision."
Push the "+" button to choose "Caption Vision."
Select your desired setting to turn on the closed captioning. Most television programs use the "CC1" setting.