Philips 19HFL3330D/10 User guide

Philips Hospitality LCD TV: Pro range
EN 19HFL3330D/10
EN 22HFL3330D/10
Please ask your local sales support for additional information on correct installation/ positioning of the TV
in the room and complementary accessories
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PB1 PHILIPS
Table of contents
1 INTRODUCTION FOR PBS MODE
2
2 REMOTE CONTROL
2.1 Remote control 2573 overview (optional)
2.2 Guest Remote control overview
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3 INITIAL SETUP
3.1 Virgin mode – Out of box Setting
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4 SETUP MENU AND PBS MODE BEHAVIOR
4.1 PBS MODE
4.2 APPLICATION
4.3 SWITCH ON SETTINGS
4.4 CONTROL SETTINGS
4.5 BLANK CHANNEL
4.6 SMARTLOADER TO TV
4.7 TV TO SMARTLOADER
4.8 STORE
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4 PRACTICAL HINTS
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PB2 1 INTRODUCTION TO PBS MODE
The Professional Business Solutions (PBS) mode defines a specific TV or monitor mode (similar to hotel mode).
This mode limits the amount of TV controls (e.g. like volume limitation), that a normal user (i.e. hotel guest) can use.
The amount of access can be configured in the setup menu by a super-user (e.g. hotel installer).
This manual describes how to setup a television channels using Virgin Mode, configure other TV settings and activate
the PBS mode.
2 REMOTE CONTROL
2.2 Guest Remote control
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2.1 PBS Set-Up Remote control 2573
(optional)
Note: Setup mode should be selected for hotel
installer.
PB3 1. On/Standby
Switches the TV on from standby or back to
standby.
2. GUIDE
(DVB-T)
Toggles the Electronic Program Guide on or off.
Only active with digital channels.
3. SOURCE
Selects connected devices.
(DVB-T)
4. SUBTITLE
Activates or deactivates subtitles.
5. COLOUR KEYS
Selects tasks or teletext pages.
6. ALARM OFF
Disable Alarm status - Not applicable for this
model.
7. OK
Accesses the All channels menu or activates a
setting.
8.
Navigate the menu.
9. SLEEP
Display the sleep timer menu and adjust the sleep
timer.
10. P +/Switches to the next or previous channel.
11. NUMBER KEYS
Selects a channel, page or setting.
12.
Selects a picture format.
13. MHEG CANCEL
Cancels digital text or interactive services (UK
only).
14.
Mutes or restores sound.
15.
Increases or decreases volume.
16. MENU/EXIT
Toggles the menu on or off.
17. ALARM ON
Display the Alarm menu - not applicable for this
model.
18. TELETEXT
Toggles teletext on or off.
19.
Splits the current channel or source on the left of
the screen. Teletext appears on the right.
PBS EN
PB4 3 INITIAL SETUP
entering direct channel numbers and channel
name if needed.
1.1 Virgin mode – Out Of Box Setting and Initial
Setup
This TV set includes an installation feature that, at
initial set-up of the TV, guides you through the
installer menu to apply the proper installation settings.
This feature, named Virgin Mode, active when the TV
set is unpacked and first powered on, is normally
used for installation/setting of first TV set. To save
time during a complete setup for hospitality system
with more televisions, the settings of this first TV set
can be duplicated to other televisions using the
cloning mechanism (described in chapters 4.6 and
4.7).
After setup/installation is completed, subsequent
switching on the TV will not let this Virgin Mode menu
to pop up again.
For details refer to consumer TV User Guide.
Preferred customer picture, sound and feature
settings - these settings will be used whenever the TV
is switched on from mains or standby in PBS Mode
This can be achieved by popping up consumer TV setup menu
as below and do Picture/sound setup and channel installation etc
accordingly: Apart from manually adjusting picture settings, you
can use Smart settings to set your TV to a predefined picture and
sound setting.
Please select your language
Press OK or the green color key on your remote control
to confirm
Before setting PBS Mode to ON, and not
using cloning as configuration mechanism,
the television must be configured.
For details refer to consumer TV User Guide.
The installer should change the TV to Home mode by
select Install > Preferences > Location
Note: In case of cloning the TV settings,
Virgin mode can be skipped by pressing the
“Menu” button on the television twice.
Follow the Virgin Mode guiding to set all
channels/programs
Digital Channels start at Program Number 1, Analogue
Channels start at Program Number 900.
Note:The channel list can be customized by hotel
installer through Rearrange channel list feature
as indicated below.
Also rearrange channels can be easily done
through using Rename Channels feature by
PB5 4 DISPLAY SETUP MENUS
The TV can display PBS Setup menu by pressing
RC2573 MENU key in SETUP mode or by following
Guest RC key sequence “319753 ”” key within 10
seconds if high security mode set to Off.
4.1 PBS MODE
To activate PBS Mode, select ON.
4.2 APPLICATION
The Application to select is Hotel/Hospital or Business
Monitor; this is based on the installer requirement.
The following menu appears.
When APPLICATION is Hotel/Hospital, the limited
Guest TV menu can be accessed by guest as below:
Refer to consumer TV User Guide for the description
of each menu item.
When APPLICATION is BUSINESS MONITOR, the
normal consumer TV setup menu can be accessed by
using guest RC menu key with the additional control
features listed in the PBS setup menu.
PB6 4.3 SWITCH ON SETTINGS
• SWITCH ON VOLUME - The TV will always switch
on (via mains-switch or standby) to this preset value.
The On volume setting cannot exceed the max
volume. The current volume should follow the on
volume, and adjusting on volume should also affect
the current volume.
• MAXIMUM VOLUME – refers to the maximum
volume which the guest could adjust to.
• SWITCH ON CHANNEL – choice of channel
number (analog or digital) or an external video
source to go to when the TV set is switched on from
mains power or standby. In case of LAST STATUS
setting, the set will switch to the last channel or
source before the TV went to standby or mains
power off. This LAST STATUS setting takes priority
over the APPLICATION settings.
• POWER ON – Refers to power state after mains
power on. ON means the set should turn On after
mains power on, while Standby means the set
should turn to standby. LAST STATUS means that
the set should switch to the last power state before
mains power off.
• DISPLAY MESSAGE – Enable the display of the
welcome message for 30 secs after switching on the
set from mains power or standby. However, if OSD
Display is OFF, the welcome message display is
always disabled, regardless of the Display Message
Setting
PB7 • WELCOME MESSAGE – Define welcome message
of 2 lines of 20 alphanumeric characters each. The
characters used depend on the language selected
for consumer operation.
The letters are entered and navigated through cursor
keys and digit keys.
4.4 CONTROL SETTINGS
• TELEVISION BUTTONS LOCKED – Selection of
television buttons locked or unlocked. ON means all
television buttons are locked, except the Power
button, OFF means all television buttons are enabled,
while ALL means all television buttons are locked,
including the Power button.
• REMOTE CONTROL LOCKED – Enable or disable
the operation of the normal remotes. However, when
the High Security Mode is OFF, to enter PBS Mode
Menu, using the “319753 ”” key sequence is not
blocked, even when Remote Control Locked is ON.
• OSD DISPLAY – Enable or disable OSD display
(e.g., channel number or name, sound mode, volume
bar, clock, etc.).
• HIGH SECURITY MODE – choice between using
normal consumer RC or PBS setup RC to display the
setup menu. When enabled, only the setup RC menu
key can display the setup menu. When disabled, both
the setup RC menu key and normal guest remote
control sequence “319753 ” can display the setup
menu.
• AUTO SCART – Enable (ON) or disable (OFF)
autoscart switching or break-in in PBS mode.
• LOW POWER STANDBY - define the power mode
when TV set goes to standby by pressing RC power
key or Local Keyboard power key - Green: TV will
enter low standby power mode to achieve minimum
power consumption; Fast: TV will enter semi-standby
mode to achieve fast powering up,
4.5 BLANK CHANNEL
• BLANK CHANNEL - choice of either blank or not
blanking the video for the current channel. In PBS
application, the blanked channel is used for off-air
radio transmission, e.g., re-modulated FM radio,
music CDs etc. The current blank mode should follow
the channel blanked status and changing the channel
blanked should also blank or unblank the current
channel.
4.6 SMARTLOADER TO TV (using USB)
Copy TV configuration data (Video, Audio,
Channel Table, PBS Mode settings) from USB
Memory stick to TV. Upon copying progress
completion, an indication message will feedback to
PBS-user (“Settings copied to TV”).
Note:During copying process, the USB memory stick
should not be removed to prevent any undersigned
functionality of the TV.
Note:During this process, the cloning files
NVM_MTK_2K8_EU.BIN and CH_MTK_2K8_EU.BIN
are retrieved by TV and update the TV NVM and
Channel setup accordingly.
Note:All RC command and local keyboard will be
disabled during copying process
Note:It is recommended to do a television switch
off/switch on after the cloning is done.
4.7 TV TO SMARTLOADER (using USB)
Note:Channel Blank will apply for the current
channel, to navigate and blank other channels,
Blank channel submenu should be selected by
clicking on right cursor key as below:
PB8 Copy TV configuration data ( Video, Audio, Channel
Table, PBS Mode settings[i.e.Welcome Message, …])
from TV to USB drive.
• Upon copying progress completion, an indication will
given as feedback to PBS-user (“Settings copied to
USB”)
A 128MB USB Memory Stick with at least
10MB free memory space will be suitable.
Note:During copying process, USB drive should
not be removed to prevent any undersigned
functionality of the TV.
5 HOW TO POSITION YOUR TV
VIEWING ANGLE is the most convenient angle at
which a display can be viewed with good visual
performance
Note:After completed, there are 2 files
generated in the USB root directory NVM_MTK_2K8_EU.BIN containing the general
setting for example, Video/Audio, etc. and
CH_MTK_2K8_EU.BIN containing the channel
installation setting for example channel list, etc.
Note:All RC command and local keyboard will
be disabled during copying process
Note: Normally, the first TV is manually
configured/setup by the hotel installer, then all
the data are transferred/ cloned to USB drive through
TV to Smart Loader, subsequently, others TVs can be
updated by using same USB drive. This cloning
feature prevent multi manually setup on all the TV
sets, hence, speed up the hotel installation process.
4.8 STORE
How a TV and panel are designed:
Activation of this item will store PBS mode settings.
The PBS mode setting will take effect after putting the
set to standby.
Important:
Cloning system and configuration setttings, using
USB or SerialXpress, is only supported in case of
using equal televisions.
What to do if viewing angle is not good enough:
•
•
Add tilt (vertical) or swivel (horizontal) to the TV,
in order to position the TV in the most optimal
situation.
If the TV is placed above a certain height, it’s
advised to always tilt the TV.
Philips has wall mounts with tilt for hotel TVs as
optional accessories.
Philips is recommending to position the TV as mentioned above. Positioning the TV differently might have impact on the viewing angle. Philips is not responsible for reduced viewing experience due to wrong viewing angle if the TV is positioned differently then recommended.
PB9 ABC
© 2008 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All rights reserved.
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PB10 Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
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Table of contents
5.8 Use subtitles���������������������������������������� 23
1 Important���������������������������������������������3
5.10 Update your TV software ������������������ 23
1.1 Safety ���������������������������������������������������� 3
1.2 Screen care�������������������������������������������� 4
1.3 Environmental care ������������������������������ 4
5.9 Listen to digital radio channels ���������� 23
6 Install channels����������������������������������� 24
6.1 Automatically install channels ������������ 24
6.2 Manually install channels �������������������� 25
2 Your TV�������������������������������������������������5
6.3 Rearrange channels ���������������������������� 26
2.1 TV overview������������������������������������������ 5
6.4 Rename channels�������������������������������� 26
3 Get started�������������������������������������������7
6.5 Uninstall or reinstall channels������������ 27
3.1 Position the TV�������������������������������������� 7
6.6 Manually update the channel list�������� 27
3.2 Wall mount the TV ������������������������������ 7
6.7 Test digital reception�������������������������� 27
3.3 Connect the antenna cable������������������ 9
7 Connect devices��������������������������������� 28
3.4 Connect the mains cord ���������������������� 9
7.1 Connection overview ������������������������ 28
3.5 Manage cables�������������������������������������� 10
7.2 Select connection quality�������������������� 29
3.6 Insert the remote control batteries �� 10
7.3 Connect devices���������������������������������� 31
3.7 Switch on the TV�������������������������������� 10
7.4 Setup devices�������������������������������������� 35
3.8 First time setup ���������������������������������� 10
7.5 Use Philips EasyLink���������������������������� 35
4 Use your TV ��������������������������������������11
7.6 Prepare TV for digital services������������ 36
4.1 Switch your TV on/off or to standby 11
8 Technical specifications��������������������� 37
4.2 Watch TV�������������������������������������������� 12
4.3 Watch connected devices������������������ 12
4.4 Use teletext���������������������������������������� 12
9 Troubleshooting ������������������������������� 38
9.1 General TV issues ������������������������������ 38
9.2 TV channel issues�������������������������������� 38
5 Use more of your TV�������������������������14
9.3 Picture issues�������������������������������������� 38
5.1 Remote control overview������������������ 14
9.4 Sound issues���������������������������������������� 39
5.2 Use TV menus ������������������������������������ 15
9.5 HDMI connection issues�������������������� 39
5.3 Adjust picture and sound settings������ 17
9.6 PC connection issues ������������������������ 39
5.4 Change to Shop or Home mode�������� 19
9.7 Contact us ������������������������������������������ 40
5.5 Use advanced teletext features���������� 20
5.6 Use Electronic Programme Guide������ 20
5.7 Adjust feature settings������������������������ 21
10 Index��������������������������������������������������� 41
2008 © Koninklijke Philips
Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.
Specifications are subject to change
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Philips reserves the right to change
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obliged to adjust earlier supplies
accordingly.
The material in this manual is
believed adequate for the intended
use of the system. If the product, or
its individual modules or procedures,
are used for purposes other than
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of their validity and suitability must
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the material itself does not infringe
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Warranty
No components are userserviceable. Do not open or remove
covers to the inside of the product.
Repairs may only be done by Philips
Service Centres and official repair
shops. Failure to do so shall void
any warranty, stated or implied.
Any operation expressly prohibited
in this manual, any adjustments,
or assembly procedures not
recommended or authorised in this
manual shall void the warranty.
Pixel characteristics
This LCD product has a high
number of colour pixels. Although
it has effective pixels of 99,999% or
more, black dots or bright points of
light (red, green or blue) may appear
constantly on the screen. This is a
structural property of the display
(within common industry standards)
and is not a malfunction.
Open source software
This television contains open
source software. Philips hereby
offers to deliver or make available,
upon request, for a charge no
more than the cost of physically
performing source distribution, a
complete machine-readable copy
of the corresponding source code
on a medium customarily used for
software interchange.
This offer is valid for a period of 3
years after the date of purchase of
this product. To obtain the source
code, write to
Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
Ass. to the Development Manager
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Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
manufactures and sells many
products targeted at consumers,
which, like any electronic apparatus,
in general have the ability to emit
and receive electromagnetic signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business
Principles is to take all necessary
health and safety measures for
our products, to comply with all
applicable legal requirements and to
stay well within the EMF standards
applicable at the time of producing
the products.
Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that
cause no adverse health effects.
Philips confirms that if its products
are handled properly for their
intended use, they are safe to use
according to scientific evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF
and safety standards, enabling Philips
to anticipate further developments
in standardisation for early
integration in its products.
Mains fuse (UK only)
This TV is fitted with an approved
moulded plug. Should it become
necessary to replace the mains fuse,
this must be replaced with a fuse of
the same value as indicated on the
plug (example 10A).
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. The replacement fuse must
comply with BS 1362 and have
the ASTA approval mark. If the
fuse is lost, contact your dealer in
order to verify the correct type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
In order to maintain conformity
to the EMC directive, the mains
plug on this product must not be
detached from the mains cord.
Copyright
VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting
Compliant logo are trademarks of
the Video Electronics Standards
Association.
® Kensington and Micro Saver
are registered US trademarks of
ACCO World Corporation with
issued registrations and pending
applications in other countries
throughout the world. All other
registered and unregistered
trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Important
Congratulations on your purchase and
welcome to Philips!
Read this user manual before you start to use
this product.
Pay close attention to this section and follow
the safety and screen care instructions. The
product warranty does not apply if damage is
caused by failing to follow these instructions.
To fully benefit from the support that Philips
offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
The model and serial number of your TV can
be found on the back and side of the TV as well
as on the packaging.
• Do not insert any strange object into the
ventilation slot. This might lead to damage
of TV.
• To avoid risk of fire or electric shock, do
not place the TV, remote control or remote
control batteries near naked flame sources
(e.g. lighted candles) and other heat sources
including direct sunlight.
• Do not install the TV in a confined space
such as a bookcase. Leave a space of at
least 10cm (four inches) around the TV
for ventilation. Be sure air flow is not
obstructed.
• If placing the TV on a flat, solid surface be
sure to use only the supplied stand. Do not
move the TV if the stand is not properly
screwed to the TV.
• Wall mounting of the TV should only be
performed by qualified personnel. The TV
must only be mounted on an appropriate
wall bracket and on a wall that can safely
hold the weight of the TV. Improper wall
mounting can result in severe injury or
damage. Do not attempt to wall mount the
TV yourself.
• The apparatus must be connected to a
mains socket outlet with a protected
earthed connection.
• If the TV is mounted on a swivel base or
swivel arm, ensure no strain is placed on
the power cord when the TV is swivelled.
Strain on the power cord can loosen
connections and cause arcing or fire.
• If transporting the TV in low temperatures
(less than 5°C), open the box and wait until
the TV matches the ambient temperature
of the room before unpacking.
• Disconnect the TV from the mains and
antenna before lightning storms. During
lightning storms do not touch any part of
the TV, mains cord or antenna cable.
• To avoid short circuit, do not expose the
TV, remote control or remote control
batteries to rain or water.
• Be sure that you have full access to the
mains cord for easy disconnection of the
TV from the mains.
• Do not place vessels of water or other
liquids on top of or near the TV. Spilling
liquids on the TV can cause electric shock.
If liquids are spilt on the TV, do not operate
the TV. Immediately disconnect the TV from
the mains and have the TV checked by a
qualified technician.
• Permanent hearing loss can occur if you use
earphones or headphones at high volumes.
Though high volume may sound normal
over time, it can damage your hearing. To
protect your hearing, limit the amount of
time you use earphones or headphones at
high volume.
1.1 Safety
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• When disconnecting the TV from the mains,
be sure to:
• T
urn off the TV, then the mains power
(if available).
• Unplug the mains cord from the mains
socket outlet.
teletext pages, black bars or stock market
tickers. If you must use stationary images,
reduce the screen contrast and brightness
to avoid screen damage.
1.3 Environmental care
Recycling your packaging
The packaging of this product is intended to
be recycled. Contact your local authorities for
information on how to recycle the packaging.
Disposing your used product
• Unplug the mains cord from the power
connector at the back of the TV. Always
pull the mains cord by the plug. Do not
pull the mains cord
1.2 Screen care
Your product is manufactured with high-quality
materials and components that can be recycled
and reused. When you see the crossed-out
wheel bin symbol attached to a product, it
means the product is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC:
Do not dispose your used product with
household waste. Ask your dealer for
information on how to safely dispose of the
product. Uncontrolled waste disposal harms
both the environment and human health.
Disposing used batteries
• Turn off and unplug the mains cord before
cleaning the screen. Clean the screen with a
soft, dry cloth. Do not use substances such
as household cleaning agents as these may
damage the screen.
The supplied batteries do not contain
mercury or cadmium. Dispose supplied and all
other used batteries according to your local
regulations.
• To avoid deformations or colour fading,
wipe off water droplets as soon as possible.
Power consumption
• Do not touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with hard objects as this may
damage the screen permanently.
• Where possible, avoid stationary images
that remain on-screen for extended periods
of time. Examples include screen menus,
EN-4
The TV consumes minimal energy in standby
mode to minimise environmental impact. Active
power consumption is displayed at the back of
the TV.
For more product specifications, see the
product leaflet at www.philips.com/support.
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Your TV
Side connectors
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This section gives you an overview of
commonly-used TV controls and functions.
2.1 TV overview
Side controls and indicators
VOLUME
4
3
MENU
PROGRAM
2
Use the TV side connectors to connect to
mobile devices such as a high-definition
camcorder or game console. You can also
connect a pair of headphone.
1
POWER
Back connectors
5
1. POWER
2. PROGRAM +/-
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
3. MENU
4. VOLUME +/5. Power indicator/remote control sensor
Use the TV back connectors to connect to the
antenna and permanent devices such as a highdefinition disc player, DVD player or VCR.
DDNote
For more information about connections,
see Section 7 Connect devices.
EN-5
Remote control
1. . Power
2. SOURCE
1
2
3
4
3. TELETEXT
4. Colour keys
From left, red, green, yellow, blue
5. Í, Æ, Î, ï, OK
Navigation or cursor keys
6. MENU
7. P +/Program up or down
5
8. ” +/Volume up or down
For advanced information about the remote
control, see Section 5.1 Remote control overview.
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7
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Get started
3.2 Wall mount the TV
DDNote
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for stand
mounting instructions.
BBWARNING
Wall mounting of the TV should only
be performed by qualified installers.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
bears no responsibility for improper
mounting that results in accident or
injury.
3.1 Position the TV
BBStep 1 Purchase a VESA-compatible
wall bracket
This section helps you position and install the
TV and supplements the information provided
in the Quick Start Guide.
In addition to reading and understanding the
safety instructions in Section 1.1, consider the
following before positioning your TV:
• The ideal viewing distance for watching TV
is three times its screen size.
• Position the TV where light does not fall on
the screen.
• Connect your devices before you position
your TV.
• Your TV is equipped with a Kensington
Security Slot at the back of the TV. If
connecting an anti-theft Kensington lock
(not supplied), position the TV within reach
of a permanent object (such as a table) that
can be easily attached to the lock
Depending on the size of your TV screen,
purchase one of the following wall brackets:
TV screen
size
(inches/
cm)
VESASpecial
compatible
instructions
wall bracket
type
(millimeters)
22”/55.9cm
Fixed 100 x 100
None
19”/48.4cm
Fixed 100 x 100
None
Step 2 Remove the TV stand
DDNote
These instructions are only applicable to
TV models with mounted stands. If your TV
stand is not mounted, skip to Step 3 Connect
cables.
1. Carefully place the TV face down on a
flat, stable surface that is covered by soft
cloth. The cloth should be thick enough to
protect your screen.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
2. Using a cross-head screwdriver (not
supplied), unscrew the four bolts that
secure the stand to the TV. (19” has four
bolts, 22” has three bolts)
EN-7
EN
3
compatible wall bracket documentation for
instructions.
1. Locate the four mounting nuts at the back
of the TV.
3. Firmly pull the stand from the bottom of
the TV. Place both the stand and bolts in a
secure location for future reinstallation.
2. Align the plate/bracket to the four
mounting nuts, placing the spacers between
the plate/bracket and the mounting nuts.
Step 3 Connect cables
Connect the antenna cable, mains cord and
all other devices to the back of the TV as
described in the following sections.
3. Using a spanner, insert the bolts through
the plate/bracket and spacers, tightly
securing the bolts to the mounting nuts.
x4
Step 4 Secure the VESA-compatible wall
bracket to the TV
BBWARNING
Only use the bolts (M4 for all models)
and spacers (4cm) to secure the
VESA-compatible wall bracket to your
TV.
The bolts (not supplied) are designed
to match the weight of your TV;
spacers (not supplied) are designed
for easy cable management.
DDNote
Depending on your VESA-compatible wall
bracket, you may need to separate the
mounting plate from the wall bracket for
easier installation. Refer to your VESAEN-8
4. Continue with the instructions provided
with your VESA-compatible wall bracket.
3.3 Connect the antenna cable
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1. Locate the TV ANTENNA connector at
the back of the TV.
2. Connect the mains cord to the AC IN
mains connector.
3. Connect the mains cord to the mains,
ensuring that the cord is tightly secured at
both ends.
2. Connect one end of an antenna cable
(not supplied) to the TV ANTENNA
connector. Use an adaptor if the antenna
cable does not fit.
3. Connect the other end of the antenna
cable to your antenna outlet, ensuring that
the cable is tightly secured at both ends.
3.4 Connect the mains cord
BBWARNING
Verify that your mains voltage
corresponds with the voltage printed
at the back of the TV. Do not insert
the mains cord if the voltage is
different.
To connect the mains cord
DDNote: The location of the mains connector
according to TV model.
1. Locate the AC IN mains connector at the
back or on the bottom of the TV.
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3.5 Manage cables
3.7 Switch on the TV
Route your mains cord, antenna cable and all
other device cables through the cable holder
(1) at the back of the TV.
The first time you switch on the TV, check that
the mains cord is properly connected. When
ready, then press POWER on the side of the
TV.
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DDNote
Certain TV models require you to press and
hold POWER for up to two seconds.Your
TV may take up to 15 seconds to start.
3.8 First time setup
3.6 Insert the remote control
batteries
1. Slide the battery cover off the back of the
remote control.
When you turn on the TV set for the first
time, a menu is displayed on screen. This
menu prompts you to select the Country and
Language for the menus:
If the menu is not displayed, press the MENU
key to display the menu.
1. Press Î or ï to select your language, and
press OK to confirm your choice.
2. Press Î or ï to select your country, and
press OK to confirm your choice.
2. Insert the two supplied batteries (Size AAA,
Type LR03). Be sure the + and - ends of the
batteries line up with the markings inside
the case.
3. Slide the cover back into position.
DDNote
Remove the batteries if not using the
remote control for an extended period of
time.
The search starts automatically. All available
TV programmes and radio stations are
stored. This operation takes a few minutes.
The display shows the progress of the
search and the number of programs
found. At the end of the search, the menu
disappears.
DDNote
If no programme is found, consult
the possible solutions see section 9
troubleshooting.
If the transmitter or cable network sends
the automatic sort signal, the programs will
be numbered correctly. In this case, the
installation is complete.
3. If this is not the case, use the Channel
setting menu to number the programs
correctly.
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Use your TV
This section helps you perform basic TV
operations. Instructions on advanced TV
operations are provided in Section 5 Use more
of your TV.
connected and powered. When not in use
for extended periods of time, switch off and
disconnect the TV from the mains.
Switch on from standby
4.1 Switch your TV on/off or to
standby
Switch on your TV
• If the power indicator (1) is off, press
POWER on the side of the TV.
MENU
PROGRAM
POWER
1
• If the power indicator is in standby (red),
press . on the remote control.
DDNote
If you cannot locate your remote control
and you want to switch on the TV from
standby, press PROGRAM +/- on the side
of the TV.
Switch off your TV
• Press POWER on the side of the TV. The
power indicator (1) switches off.
Switch to standby
• Press . on the remote control. The power
indicator switches to standby (red).
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Though your TV consumes very little power
when in standby, energy continues to be
consumed as long as the mains remain
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4.2 Watch TV
Switch channels
mute audio from the TV speakers. Pressing
VOLUME +/- buttons turns on the TV
speakers again.
4.3 Watch connected devices
1. Switch on the device.
2. Press SOURCE on the remote control.
1. Press a number (1 to 99) or press P +/- on
your remote control.
2. Press PROGRAM +/- on the side controls
of the TV.
3. Press
on the remote control to return
to the previously-viewed TV channel.
3. Press Î or ï to select the input your
device is connected to.
4. Press OK to select the device.
Adjust volume
4.4 Use teletext
1. Press TELETEXT on the remote control.
The main index page appears.
1. Press ” + or - on the remote control,
or Press VOLUME + or - on the side
controls of your TV.
2. Press [ on the remote control to mute
the sound. Press [ again to unmute on
the sound.
DDNote
If headphones are connected, adjust
headphone volume as described in Section
5.3 Adjust sound settings.You must press the
MUTE button on the remote control to
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• To select a page with the remote control:
• Enter the page number with the number
keys.
• Press P +/- or Î ï to view the next or
previous page.
• Press a colour key to select one of the
colour coded items at the bottom of the
screen.
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EETip
Press
to return to the previously
viewed page.
2. Press TELETEXT again to switch off
teletext.
DDNote (for UK users only)
Some digital TV channels offer dedicated
digital text services (for example, BBC1).
For advanced information on teletext, see
Section 5.5 Use advanced teletext features.
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5
Use more of your TV
5.1 Remote control overview
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16
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5. Colour keys
Selects tasks or teletext pages.
6. INFO
Displays programme information, if available.
7. OK
Accesses the All channels menu or
activates a setting.
8. Í, Æ, Î, ï
Navigate the menu.
9. OPTION
Activates the Quick access menu.
10. P +/Switches to the next or previous channel.
11. Number keys
Selects a channel, page or setting.
12.
Returns to the previously-viewed channel.
13. MHEG CANCEL
Cancels digital text or interactive services
(UK only).
14. [
Mutes or restores sound.
15. ” +/Increases or decreases volume.
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16. MENU/EXIT/BROWSE
Toggles the menu on or off.
17. BACK
18. GUIDE
Toggles the Electronic Programme Guide
on or off. Only active with digital channels.
1. .
Switches the TV on from standby or back
to standby.
2. SOURCE
Selects connected devices.
3. ∏
Selects a picture format.
4. SUBTITLE
Activates or deactivates subtitles.
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19. DEMO
Not Supported.
20. TELETEXT
Toggles teletext on or off.
21.
Splits the current channel or source on the
left of the screen. Teletext appears on the
right.
Use the main menu
On-screen menus help you install your TV,
adjust picture and sound settings and access
other features. This section describes how to
navigate the menus.
The following steps of adjusting brightness is
one example to show how to use the main
menu.
Access the main menu
1. Press MENU on the remote control to
display the main menu.
1. Press MENU on the remote control to
display the TV menu.
PHILIPS
TV Menu
The following menu appears.
PHILIPS
TV Menu
Smart settings
Smart settings
Personal
Picture
Vivid
Sound
Standard
Features
Movie
Install
Power saver
Smart settings
Smart settings
Personal
Picture
Vivid
Sound
Standard
Features
Movie
Install
Power saver
2. Press ï to select Picture.
PHILIPS
TV Menu
2. Press Î or ï to move the cursor to the
following items:
• Smart settings
• Picture
• Sound
Smart settings
Smart settings
Contrast
Picture
Brightness
Sound
Color
Features
Sharpness
Install
Tint
Color temperature
Picture format
Noise Reduction
• Feature
• Install
3. Press Æ or OK to select an item.
4. Press MENU to exit.
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5.2 Use TV menus
3. Press Æ to enter the Picture settings.
PHILIPS
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
98
Brightness
47
Color
52
Sharpness
4
Tint
0
Use the Quick access menu
The Quick access menu gives direct access to
some often-needed menu items.
DDNote
When digital channels are installed and
broadcasted, the relevant digital options are
displayed in the Quick access menu.
1. Press OPTION on the remote control.
Color temperature
Picture format
Noise reduction
4. Press ï to select Brightness.
PHILIPS
Picture
Brightness
Contrast
98
Brightness
47
Color
52
Sharpness
4
Quick access
Tint
0
Audio language
2. Press Î or ï to select an option.
Color temperature
Subtitle language
Picture format
Subtitle
Noise reduction
Picture format
Clock
5. Press Æ to enter the Brightness setting.
Brightness
3. Press OK to display the selected option
menu.
4. Press Î, ï, Æ, Í to adjust the settings in
the menu.
5. Press OPTION to exit Quick access
menu, or press MENU to exit the Main
menu.
6. Press Î or ï to adjust the setting.
7. Press Í to return to the Picture settings
or press MENU to exit.
DDNote
More choices are available when digital
channels are installed and broadcast.
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Adjust picture settings
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Picture.
PHILIPS
TV Menu
Smart settings
Smart settings
Contrast
Picture
Brightness
Sound
Color
Features
Sharpness
Install
Tint
Color temperature
Picture format
Noise Reduction
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
3. Press Î or ï to select a setting:
• Contrast: Changes the level of bright
parts in the picture keeping the dark
parts unchanged.
• Brightness: Changes the level of light in
the picture.
• Colour: Changes the level of saturation.
• Sharpness: Changes the level of
sharpness of fine details.
• Tint: Changes the colours to reddish
or bluish.
• Noise reduction: Filters and reduces
the noise in the picture. Select ON to
enable or OFF to disable this function
Use smart settings
Apart from manually adjusting picture settings,
you can use Smart settings to set your TV to
a predefined picture and sound setting.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Smart settings.
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
3. Press Î or ï to select one of the following
settings:
• Personal: Applies manually selected
picture and sound settings.
• Vivid: Applies brilliant picture and
sound settings suitable for bright
surroundings
• Standard: Applies natural picture and
sound settings suitable for most living
room conditions.
• Movie: Applies dynamic picture and
sound settings suitable for a complete
cinematic experience.
• Power saver: Applies lower picture
brightness and smaller sound for power
economy.
4. Press OK to store your selection.
• Colour temperature: There are 3
items can be selected. Press Æ to enter
the select menu. Press Î or ï to move
to the item. Press OK to change to the
selected colour temperature: Normal
(balanced), Warm (redder), Cool
(bluer).
• Picture format: See Section 5.3.3
Change picture format.
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5.3 Adjust picture and sound
settings
• Movie Expand 16:9 (Not for HD)
Change picture format
Scales the classic 4:3
format to 16:9.
Change the picture format to suit your content.
1. Press ∏ (PICTURE FORMAT) on your
remote control. Alternatively, press MENU
and select Picture > Picture format.
DDNote
Constant use of the 16:9 picture format
can cause screen distortion.
• Wide screen
Stretches the classic
4:3 format to 16:9.
2. Press Î or ï to select one of the following
picture formats:
• Super zoom (Not for HD)
Removes the black
bars on the side of
4:3 broadcasts with
minimal distortion.
• 4:3 (Not for HD)
Displays the classic
4:3 format.
DDNote
Constant use of the 4:3 picture format can
cause screen distortion.
• Movie expand 14:9 (Not for HD)
Scales the classic 4:3
format to 14:9.
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• Subtitle Zoom
Scales the classic 4:3
format to 16:9 and
capable to move up
and down by press
Î or ï keys to
show subtitle.
This section describes how to adjust sound
settings.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Sound.
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
• Mono/Stereo: If stereo broadcasting
is available, choose between mono or
stereo.
• Auto volume leveling: Reduces
sudden volume changes, for example,
during commercials or when switching
from one channel to another. Select On
or Off.
PHILIPS
TV settings
Sound
Smart settings
Settings
Picture
Incredible surround
Sound
Volume - visually impaired
Features
Audio language
Install
Dual l-ll
Mono/Stereo
Auto volume leveling
5.4 Change to Shop or Home
mode
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Preferences > Location.
2. Press Æ to enter the Location menu.
3. Press Î or ï to select the TV mode:
3. Press Î or ï to select one of the following
settings:
• Settings:
-Treble:To adjust the treble value to fit
your best listening.
-Bass: To adjust the bass value to fit
your best.
-Balance: Sets the balance of the left
and right speakers to best fit your
listening position.
• Shop: Sets smart settings to Vivid, ideal
for a shop environment. The flexibility to
change settings is limited.
• Home: Gives home users the full
flexibility to change all TV settings.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press MENU to exit.
• Incredible surround: Automatically
switches the TV to the best surround
sound mode available from a broadcast.
Select On or Off.
• Volume-visually impaired: Adjusts the
aids on volume settings.
• Audio language: Available for digital
channels only, when multiple languages
are broadcast. Lists available audio
languages.
• Dual I-II: If available, choose between
two different languages.
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Adjust sound settings
5.5 Use advanced teletext
features
5.6 Use Electronic Programme
Guide
Your TV has a 100 page memory that stores
broadcasted teletext pages and subpages.
EPG is an on-screen guide that displays
scheduled digital TV programmes. This guide is
not available with analogue channels. You can
navigate, select and view programmes.
Select teletext subpages
A teletext page can hold several subpages.
Subpages are displayed on a bar next to the
main page number.
1. Press TELETEXT on the remote control.
There are two types of EPG, ‘Now and Next’
and ‘7 or 8 day’ EPG. ‘Now and Next’ is
always available but the ‘7 or 8 day’ EPG is
only available in certain countries.
2. Select a teletext page.
With the EPG menu you can:
3. Press Î or ï to select a subpage.
• View a list of currently broadcast digital
programmes.
Use dual screen teletext
• View upcoming programmes.
Enabling dual screen teletext displays your
channel or source on the left of the screen.
Teletext is displayed on the right.
• Group programmes.
1. Press
(DUAL SCREEN) on your
remote control to enable dual screen
teletext.
2. Press
again to display normal teletext.
3. Press TELETEXT to switch off teletext.
CCCaution
Digital text services are blocked when
subtitles are broadcasted and Subtitle On
is set in the Features menu as described in
Section 5.8 Subtitles.
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Switch on EPG
DDNote
The first time you use EPG, you may be
prompted to perform an update. If so,
follow the on-screen instructions.
1. Press
GUIDE on the remote control,
the “Now and Next” EPG will appear and
the detailed information about the current
programme is displayed.
PHILIPS
Viewing Date: 01/03/2002
Current Time: 01/03/2002 Thu 16:49:22
5.7 Adjust feature settings
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features.
2. Press Æ to enter.
2
BBC TWO
16:30
Ready Steady Cook
7
BBC CHOICE
17:15
The Weakest Link
10
BBCi
11
BBC NEWS 24
12
BBC PARLMNT
Smart settings
Timer
13
BBC Knowledge
Picture
Auto lock
800
Eurosport
Sound
Subtitle
801
TERRA NOVA
Features
Subtitle language
Install
Common interface
PHILIPS
TV settings
16:30 ~ 17:15
Prev Day
Next Day
Detail
Features
Filter
3. Use the colour keys to view 7 or 8 day
EPG.
• Prev Day (Red): List the previous day’s
EPG.
3. Press Î or ï to select one of the following
settings:
• Next Day (Green): List the next day’s
EPG.
• Timer
• Detail (Yellow): Display the description
about this program.
• Subtitle
• Subtitle language
• Filter (Blue): Group programs.
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Viewing Date: 01/03/2002
• Auto lock
• Common interface
Current Time: 01/03/2002 Thu 16:49:22
Use timers
Take a couple of chefs, Paul Rankin and Phil vickery, add two
contestants, throw in some ingredients and garnish liberally with
Ainsley Harriott. Simmer and enjoy.
Press MENU on the remote control and select
Features > Timer > Clock.
• Auto clock mode: You can set current
clock by manual or automatic:
Test
Prev Page
4. Press
Next Page
Return
GUIDE to exit the EPG.
• Manual: Allows you to enter the
current time and day of the week by
yourself
• Automatic
• T
ime zone: Adjusted time is based on
GMT.
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2. Use the colour keys on the remote control
to activate available actions.
Automatically switch the TV to standby
(Sleeptimer)
3. Use Î or ï , Æ or Í to select and enter
the menu items to set the day of week.
Sleeptimer switches the TV to standby after a
defined period of time.
4. Press OK to confirm.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Timer > Sleeptimer.
2. Press Æ to enter the Sleeptimer menu
3. Press Î or ï to set the sleep time up to
180 minutes in steps of five minutes. If set
to zero minutes, the Sleeptimer is switched
off.
4. Press OK to activate the Sleeptimer.
DDNote
You can always switch off your TV earlier or
reset Sleeptimer during the countdown.
Automatically switch the TV on
(Start time)
Start time switches the TV to a specified
channel at a specified time, from standby.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Timer > Start time.
2. Press Æ to enter the start time menu.
3. Use Î or ï, Æ or Í to select and enter
the menu items to set a channel, day of the
week, frequency and starting time.
5. Press MENU to exit.
DDNote
You can always switch off your TV earlier or
reset Sleeptimer during the countdown.
Lock TV channels or connected devices
(Auto Lock)
Lock TV channels or connected devices with
a four digit code to prevent children from
watching unauthorised content.
To set or change the Auto Lock code
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Auto lock > Change
code.
2. Press Æ to enter the code setup.
3. Enter your code with the number keys.
The Features menu reappears with a
message confirming that your code is
created or changed.
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If you forget your code, enter ‘0711’ to
override any existing codes.
4. Press OK to confirm your choice.
To enter the Auto Lock menu
5. Press MENU to exit.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Auto Lock and press
Æ to enter your code.
EETip
To switch off Start time, select Off in the
Start time menu.
Automatically switch the TV off
(Stop time)
Stop time switches the TV to standby at a
specified time.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Timer > Stop time.
2. Press Æ to enter the Stop time menu.
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2. Enter your code with the number keys.
To unlock all channels and connected
devices
1. In the Auto Lock menu, select Clear all.
2. Press OK.
1. In the Auto Lock menu, select Lock
program.
2. Press Æ to enter.
3. Press Î or ï to select channel lock.
4. Press Æ to lock or unlock the channel.
To set parental ratings
Some digital broadcasters rate their
programmes according to age. You can set your
TV to display only programmes with age ratings
higher than your child’s.
1. In the Auto Lock menu, select Parental
rating.
2. Press Æ to enter.
3. Press Î or ï to select age rating.
4. Select the age and Press OK.
4. Press OK to return to the Features menu.
Select a subtitle language on digital TV
channels
DDNote
When you select a subtitle language on a
digital TV channel as described below, the
preferred subtitle language set in the Install
menu is temporarily overruled.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Subtitle Language.
2. Press Æ to enter the list of available
languages.
3. Press Î or ï to select a subtitle language.
5. Press Menu to exit the menu.
4. Press OK.
5.8 Use subtitles
You can enable subtitles for each TV channel.
Subtitles are broadcast via teletext or DVB-T
digital broadcasts. With digital broadcasts,
you have the additional option of selecting a
preferred subtitle language.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Subtitle.
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
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TV settings
3. Press Î or ï to select On to display
subtitles always or On during mute to
display subtitles only when the sound is
muted with the [ key on the remote
control.
Features
Smart settings
Timer
Picture
Auto lock
Sound
Subtitle
Features
Subtitle language
Install
Common interface
5.9 Listen to digital radio
channels
If digital broadcasting is available, digital radio
channels are installed automatically during
installation. To reorder the digital radio
channels, see Section 6.3 Rearrange the channels.
1. Press OK on the remote control. The All
channels menu is displayed.
2. Use the number keys to select a radio
channel.
3. Press OK.
5.10 Update your TV software
Philips continuously tries to improve its
products and we strongly recommend that
you update the TV software when updates are
available. Check www.philips.com/support for
availability.
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To lock or unlock one or more channels
and connected devices
Check your current software version
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install Æ Current software info.
Update software (digital broadcasts)
If using (DVB-T) digital broadcasts, your TV
automatically receives software updates. If you
receive a message on-screen prompting you to
update your software:
• Select Now (recommended) to update the
software immediately.
• Select Later to be reminded to update the
software later.
• Select Cancel to exit the update (not
recommended).
6
Install channels
The first time you setup your TV, you are
prompted to select an appropriate menu
language and to perform automatic installation
of TV and digital radio channels (if available).
This chapter provides instructions on how
to reinstall channels as well as other useful
channel installation features.
DDNote
Re-installing channels modifies the All
channels list.
6.1 Automatically install
channels
This section describes how to search and store
channels automatically. Instructions are for both
digital and analogue channels.
PHILIPS
Installation
Languages
Languages
Menu language
Country
Preferred audio language
Channel install...
Preferred subtitle language
Preferences
Hearing impaired
Source labels
Audio description
Decoder
Current software info
Factory reset
Step 1 Select your menu language
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Languages.
2. Press Æ to enter Menu language.
3. Press Î or ï to select your language.
4. Press OK to confirm.
5. Press Í to return to the Installation
menu.
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5. When the channel search is completed,
press the red key to return to the
Installation menu.
• Preferred audio language: Select
one of the available audio languages as
your preferred audio language. For more
information, see Section 5.3 Adjust sound
settings.
6. Press MENU to exit.
• Preferred subtitles language: Select
one of the available subtitle languages as
your preferred subtitle language. For more
information, see Section 5.8 Select a subtitle
language on digital TV channels.
• Hearing impaired: If available, select On
to display the hearing impaired subtitle with
your preferred language.
• Audio description: If available, select On
to hear the audio description with your
preferred language.
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When digital TV channels are found, the
list of installed channels may display empty
channel numbers. If you want to rename,
reorder or uninstall stored channels, see
Section 6.3 Rearrange channels.
6.2 Manually install channels
This section describes how to search and store
analogue TV channels manually. If you want to
search and store digital channel, please kindly
refer to Section 6.7. Test digital reception
Step 1 Select your system
Step 2 Select your country
DDNote
Skip to Step 2 Search and store new TV
channels if your system settings are correct.
Select the country where you are located. The
TV installs and arranges channels according to
your country.
1. Press MENU on the remote control
and select Install > Channel install. >
Analogue: Manual installation.
1. In the Installation menu, press ï to select
Country.
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
2. Press Æ to enter the Channel
installation menu, and System is
highlighted.
3. Press Î or to select your country.
3. Press Æ to enter the System list.
4. Press Í to return to the Installation
menu.
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Channel installation
Analog: Manual installation
Step 3 Install channels
Automatic installation
System
Your TV searches and stores all available digital
and analogue TV channels as well as all available
digital radio channels.
Installation update
Search
Digital: Test reception
Fine tune
Analog: Manual installation
Store current channel
Rearrange
Store as new channel
1. In the Installation menu, press Î or ï
to select Channel install. > Automatic
installation.
2. Press Æ to select Start now.
3. Press OK.
4. Press the green key to start.
The installation may take a few minutes.
4. Press Î or ï to select your country or
region.
5. Press Í to return to the Channel
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In addition to menu language, you can
configure the following language settings via the
Languages menu (digital channels only):
installation menu.
Step 2 Search and store new TV channels
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation
> Analogue: Manual installation >
Search.
2. Press Æ to enter the Search menu.
3. Press the red key and the number keys on
the remote control to enter the three digit
frequency. Alternatively, press the green
key to automatically search for the next
channel.
4. Press Í when the new channel is found.
5. Select Store as new channel, and press
Æ to enter.
6. Press OK to save this channel.
The channel number will is shown on the
screen.
6.3 Rearrange channels
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Rearrange.
2. Press Æ to enter the Rearrange list.
3. Press Î or ï to select the channel you
want to rearrange.
4. Press the yellow key to move the channel
up the list, or press the blue key to move
the channel down the list.
5. Press MENU to exit.
6.4 Rename channels
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Rearrange.
2. Press Æ to enter the Rearrange list.
7. Press MENU to exit.
3. Press Î or ï in the Rearrange list to
select the channel you want to rename.
Fine tune analogue channels
4. Press the red key.
You can manually fine tune analogue channels
when reception is poor.
5. Press Í and Æ to select characters or Î
and ï to change the characters. Space,
numbers (0-9) and other special characters
are located between z and A.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Analogue: manual installation > Fine
tune.
2. Press Æ to enter the Fine tune menu.
3. Press Î or ï to adjust the frequency.
4. Press Î when done.
5. Select Store current channel to store
the fine tuned channel under the current
channel number.
6. Press Æ to enter.
7. Press OK. Done appears.
8. Press MENU to exit.
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6. Press the green key or OK to finish.
EETip
Delete all characters by pressing the yellow
key. Delete only the highlighted character by
pressing the blue key.
You can uninstall a stored channel or reinstall
an uninstalled channel.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Rearrange.
2. Press Æ to enter the Rearrange list.
3. Press Î or ï to select the channel you
want to uninstall or reinstall.
4. Press the green key to uninstall or reinstall
the channel.
5. Press MENU to exit.
6.6 Manually update the channel
list
You can manually update the channel list.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Installation update.
2. Press Æ to enter the Installation update
menu. Start now is highlighted.
6.7 Test digital reception
If using digital broadcasts, you can check the
quality and signal strength of digital channels.
This allows you to reposition and test your
antenna or satellite dish.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Digital: Test reception.
2. Press OK.
3. Press the green key to automatically start
the test or manually enter the frequency of
the channel you want to test. If the signal
quality and strength is poor, reposition the
antenna or satellite dish and retest.
4. When complete, press the yellow key to
store the frequency.
5. Press the red key to return to the
Channel installation menu.
6. Press MENU to exit.
DDNote
If you have further problems with the
reception of your digital broadcast, contact
a specialised installer.
3. Press OK.
4. Press the green key to start the update.
This may take a few minutes.
5. When the update is complete, press
the red key to return to the Channel
installation menu.
6. Press MENU to exit.
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6.5 Uninstall or reinstall
channels
7
Connect devices
7.1 Connection overview
7
6
13
1
8
9
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
10
EXT 3
5
2
3
11
4
12
Back connectors
Side connectors
1. EXT 1: First SCART connector for
DVD players, VCRs, digital receivers,
game consoles and other SCART devices.
Supports Audio L/R, CVBS in/out, RGB.
8. Headphones: Stereo mini-jack.
2. EXT 3: Component video (Y Pb Pr) and
Audio L/R input connectors for DVD
players, digital receivers, game consoles and
other component video devices.
10. AUDIO L/R: Audio L/R input connectors
for composite and S-Video devices.
3. DIAITAL AUDIO OUT
SPDIF sound output connector for home
theatres and other audio systems.
4. TV ANTENNA
5. HDMI: HDMI input connectors for Blu-ray
Disc players, digital receivers, game consoles
and other high-definition devices.
6. AUDIO IN: Mini-jack connector for PC
audio in.
7. PC IN: VGA connector for PC in.
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9. VIDEO: Video input cinch connector for
composite devices.
11. S-VIDEO: S-Video input connector for
S-Video devices.
DDNote
Item9, Item10, Item11 these 3 ports all are
under EXT 2.
12. HDMI Side: Additional HDMI connector
for mobile high-definition devices.
13. COMMON INTERFACE: Slot for
Conditional Access Modules.
This section describes how you can enhance
your audio visual experience by connecting
your devices with the best possible connectors.
connectors on the back of the TV. Also, connect
a Audio L/R cable to the red and white Audio
L/R input connectors at EXT 3.
After connecting your devices, be sure to
enable them as described in Section 7.4 Setup
devices.
HDMI - Highest quality
• Component video cable- Red, Green, Blue
• Audio L/R cable - Red, White
SCART - Good quality
HDMI produces the best audio visual quality
possible. Both audio and video signals are
combined in one HDMI cable, providing an
uncompressed, digital interface between your
TV and HDMI devices. You must use HDMI to
experience full high-definition video. You must
also use HDMI cables to enable Philips EasyLink
as described in Section 7.5 Use Philips EasyLink.
DDNote
Philips HDMI supports HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Contents Protection).
HDCP is a form of Digital Rights
Management that protects high definition
content in DVD or Blu-ray Discs.
SCART combines audio and video signals in
one cable. Audio signals are stereo, while video
signals can be composite or S-Video quality.
SCART does not support high-definition video
and is analogue. One SCART connectors is
provided on the TV, EXT 1.
Component (Y Pb Pr) - Higher quality
Component (Y Pb Pr) video provides better
picture quality than S-Video or composite
video connections. Though component video
supports high-definition signals, picture quality
is lower than HDMI and is analogue.
When connecting a component video cable,
match the cable colours to the EXT 3
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7.2 Select connection quality
S-Video - Good quality
An analogue connection, S-Video provides
better picture quality than composite video.
When connecting your device with S-Video,
plug the S-Video cable to the S-Video
connector on the side of the TV. You must
connect a separate Audio L/R cable from
the device to the red and white Audio L/R
connectors on the side of the TV
• S-Video cable
• Audio L/R cable - Red, White
Composite - Basic quality
Composite video provides basic analogue
connectivity, usually combining a (yellow) video
cinch cable with (red and white) Audio L/R
cinch cable. Match the cable colours when
connecting to the composite Video and Audio
L/R input connectors on the side of the TV.
Composite audio/video cable - Yellow, red and
white
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This section describes how to connect various devices with different connectors and supplements
examples provided in the Quick Start Guide.
CCCaution
Disconnect the mains cord before connecting devices.
DDNote
Different types of connectors may be used to connect a device to your TV, depending on
availability and your needs.
Blu-ray Disc player
For full high-definition video, connect a HDMI cable as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
HDMI
OUT
EXT 3
Blu-ray Disc player
DVD player
For DVD video, connect a SCART cable as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
DVD Player
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7.3 Connect devices
Satellite receiver
To receive analogue channels via antenna and digital channels via a satellite receiver, connect an
antenna cable and SCART cable as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
Satellite receiver
HD digital receiver
To receive analogue channels via antenna and digital channels via a HD digital receiver, connect two
antenna cables and HDMI cable as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
HDMI
OUT
OUT
IN
EXT 3
HD Digital receiver / HD Satellite receiver
Combined DVD recorder and digital receiver
To receive analogue channels via antenna and record programs on a combined DVD recorder and
digital receiver, connect two antenna cables and one SCART cable as illustrated
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
OUT
IN
EXT 3
DVD Recorder / Digital receiver
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To receive analogue channels via antenna and record programmes on a separate DVD recorder
and receiver, connect three antenna cables and one SCART cables as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
OUT
IN
DVD Recorder / Receiver / Cable box
DVD recorder and home theatre system
To receive analogue channels via antenna, output sound to a home theatre system and record
programmes on a DVD recorder, connect two antenna cables, one SCART cable and two digital
audio cables as illustrated:
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
EXT 3
OUT
DVD Recorder
IN
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
Home Theatre System
DDNote
If using a home theatre or other audio system, the best synchronisation between images and
sound is achieved by connecting the audio signal from your playback device to the TV first.
Subsequently, channel the audio signal to the home theatre system or audio device via the audio
connectors on the back of the TV.
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Separate DVD recorder and receiver
Game console or camcorder
The most practical connection for a mobile
game console or camcorder may be at the side
of the TV. You can, for example, connect the
game console or camcorder to VIDEO/S-Video
and AUDIO L/R connectors at the side of the
TV. A HDMI connector is also available for
high-definition devices.
VGA
VGA
A permanent game console or camcorder can
be connected to a HDMI connector or EXT 3
(component) connectors at the back of the TV.
Personal Computer
Before connecting the PC:
• Set the PC monitor refresh rate to 60Hz.
See Section 8 Technical specifications for a list
of computer resolutions.
• Change the TV picture format to Wide
Screen as described in Section 5.3 Change
picture format.
To connect a PC to the back of the TV
1. Using a VGA cable connect to PC IN
connect on the back of your TV.
2. Connect a Mini-jack audio cable from your
PC to the AUDIO IN mini-jack connector
at the back of the TV.
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7.4 Setup devices
Decoders that decode digital channels can be
connected to SCART. You have to assign the
TV channel as a channel to be decoded. Then
assign the connection where the decoder is
connected.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Decoder.
PHILIPS
TV Menu
Smart settings
Smart settings
Personal
Picture
Vivid
Sound
Standard
Features
Movie
Install
Power saver
Your TV supports Philips EasyLink, which
enables one-touch play and one-touch standby
between EasyLink-compliant devices. Compliant
devices must be connected to your TV via
HDMI and assigned as described in Section 7.4.1
Assign devices to connectors.
Enable or disable EasyLink
1. Press MENU on the remote control then
select Install > Preferences > EasyLink.
2. Select On or Off.
Use one-touch play
One-touch play enables you to press the play
button on, for example, your DVD remote
control. This starts playback on your DVD
device and automatically switches your TV to
the correct source, displaying DVD content.
2. Press Æ to enter the list.
Use System standby
3. Press Î or ï to select the channel to
decode.
System standby enables you to press and hold
the POWER button on, for example, your
TV remote control. This switches your TV and
all connected HDMI devices on or to standby
mode. You can perform system standby using
remote controls from any of the connected
HDMI devices.
4. Press OK to select or unselect the channel.
5. Press Í to return to the previous menu.
6. Press MENU to exit.
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7.5 Use Philips EasyLink
Assign a channel decoder
7.6 Prepare TV for digital
services
Scrambled digital TV channels can be decoded
with a Conditional Access Module (CAM) and
a Smart card provided by a digital TV service
operator.
The CAM may enable several digital services,
depending on the operator and services
you choose (for example, pay TV). Contact
your digital TV service operator for more
information about services and terms.
Using the Conditional Access Module
BBWARNING
Switch off your TV before inserting
a CAM. Be sure to follow the
instructions described below. Wrong
insertion of a CAM may damage both
the CAM and your TV.
1. Following the directions printed on the
CAM, gently insert the CAM into the
Common Interface on the side of the TV.
2. Push the CAM in as far as it will go.
3. Turn on the TV and wait for the CAM to
be activated. This may take several minutes.
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DDNote
Do not remove the CAM from the slot.
Removing the CAM will deactivate the
digital services.
Access CAM services
• After inserting and activating the CAM,
press MENU on the remote control and
select TV menu > Features > Common
interface.
This menu option is only available if the CAM
is correctly inserted and activated. On-screen
applications and content are provided by your
digital TV service operator.
Technical
specifications
Supported display resolutions
• Computer formats (PC)
Resolution
Refresh rate
720 x 400
70Hz
640 x 480
60Hz
640 x 460
67Hz
800 x 600
60Hz
1024 x 768
60Hz
1440 x 900
60Hz
1680 x 1050
(22” only)
60Hz
• Video formats
Resolution
Refresh rate
480i
60Hz
480p
60Hz
576i
50Hz
576p
50Hz
720p
50Hz, 60Hz
1080i
50Hz, 60Hz
1080p(HDMI only)50Hz, 60Hz
• PC IN: PC D-sub 15pins connector
• SPDIF OUT: Digital audio out (coaxialcinch-S/PDIF). Display synchronised.
Connections (Side)
• Headphone out (stereo mini-jack)
• EXT 2: AUDIO L/R, CVBS in, S-Video in
• HDMI side
• Common Interface (CAM slot)
Power
• Mains power: AC 100-240V (±10%)
• Power and standby power consumption:
See technical specifications at www.philips.
com
• Ambient temperature: 5°C - 35°C
Specifications are subject to change without
notice. For detailed specifications of this
product go to www.philips.com/support.
Tuner / Reception / Transmission
• Antenna input: 75ohm coaxial (IEC75)
• TV system: DVD COFDM 2K/8K
• Video playback: NTSC, SECAM, PAL
• DVB Terrestrial (see listed countries on the
back of the TV)
Remote control
• Type: RC-6
• Batteries: 2 x AAA size (LR03 type)
Connections (Rear)
• EXT 1: (SCART) Audio L/R, CVBS in/out,
RGB
• EXT 3: Component (Y Pb Pr), Audio L/R in
• HDMI
• TV ANTENNA
• AUDIO IN: Mini-jack audio in for PC.
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9
Troubleshooting
This section describes commonly-encountered
issues and accompanying solutions.
9.1 General TV issues
The TV does not switch on:
• Unplug the mains cord, wait for one minute
and plug in the mains again.
• Verify that the mains cord is properly
connected and that the mains are powered.
9.2 TV channel issues
Previously installed channels do not
appear in the channel list:
• Verify that the correct list is selected.
• The channel may have been uninstalled to
the Rearrange menu. To access the menu,
press MENU on the remote control and
select Install > Channel installation >
Rearrange.
No digital channels were found during
the installation:
The remote control is not working
properly:
• Verify if the TV supports DVB-T in your
country. See the listed countries on the
back of the TV.
• Verify that the remote control batteries
are correctly inserted according to the +/orientation.
9.3 Picture issues
• Replace the remote control batteries if
they are flat or weak.
The power indicator is on, but there is no
picture:
• Clean the remote control and TV sensor
lens.
• Verify if the correct device is selected.
You forgot your code to unlock Auto
Lock
• Enter ‘0711’ as described in Section 5.7 Lock
TV channels or connected devices (Auto Lock).
The TV menu is in the wrong language
• See Section 6.1 Automatically install channels
for instructions on how to change the TV
menu to your preferred language.
When turning the TV on/off/to standby,
you hear a creaking sound from the TV
chassis:
• No action is required. The creaking sound
is normal expansion and contraction of the
TV as it cools and warms up. This does not
impact performance.
You forgot your code to unlock Auto
Lock
• Enter ‘0711’ as described in Section 5.5 Use
advanced teletext features (Auto Lock).
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• Verify if the antenna is connected properly.
There is sound but no picture:
• Verify that picture settings are correctly set.
See Section 5.3 Adjust picture settings.
You receive poor TV reception from an
antenna connection:
• Check that the antenna is properly
connected to the TV.
• Loud speakers, unearthed audio devices,
neon lights, high buildings or mountains can
influence the picture quality. Try to improve
the reception quality by changing the
antenna direction or moving devices away
from the TV.
• Verify if the correct TV system is selected
for your region. See Section 6.2 Manually
install channels.
• If reception on only one channel is poor,
try to fine tune this channel. See Section 6.2
Fine tune analogue channels.
• Check that the devices are connected
properly.
• Verify that picture settings are correctly
set. See Section 5.3 Adjust picture settings.
The TV did not save my settings:
• Verify that the TV is set to Home mode,
which offers you complete flexibility to
change settings. See Section 5.4 Change to
Shop or Home mode.
The picture does not fit the screen, it is
too big or too small:
• Try using a different picture format as
described in Section 5.3 Change picture
format.
The picture position on screen is not
correct:
• Picture signals from some devices do not
fit the screen correctly. Check the signal
output of the device.
9.4 Sound issues
There is picture but no sound from the
TV:
DDNote
If no audio signal is detected, the TV
automatically switches off audio output
and does not indicate malfunction.
There is picture but sound comes from
one speaker only:
• Verify that Balance correctly set as
described in Section 5.3 Adjust sound settings.
9.5 HDMI connection issues
You encounter problems with HDMI
devices
• HDCP support can delay the time taken for
a TV to display content from a device.
• If the TV does not recognise the device and
the screen displays no picture, try switching
from one device to another and back again
to restart.
• If you experience intermittent sound
disruptions, check the user manual of the
HDMI device to verify that output settings
are correct. Alternatively, try connecting the
audio signal from the HDMI device to the
TV via AUDIO IN at the back of the TV.
9.6 PC connection issues
The PC display on my TV is not stable or
is not synchronised:
• Check that a supported resolution and
refresh rate is selected on your PC.
See Section 8 Technical specifications for
supported resolutions and refresh rates.
• Check that all cables are properly
connected.
• Check that the volume is not set to 0.
• Check that the sound is not muted.
There is picture but sound quality is
poor:
• Check Sound settings as described in
Section 5.3 Adjust sound settings.
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You receive poor picture quality from
connected devices:
9.7 Contact us
If you cannot resolve your problem, refer to the
FAQ for this TV at www.philips.com/support.
If the problem remains unresolved, contact the
Customer Support Centre in your country as
listed in this user manual.
BBWARNING
Do not attempt to repair the TV
yourself.This may cause severe injury,
irreparable damage to your TV or void
your warranty.
DDNote
Please have available your TV model and
serial number before contacting us. These
numbers are available on the back and side
of your TV, as well as on the packaging.
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10 Index
I
A
K
Analogue
Channel installation 25
Antenna
Connect 9
Audio language 19
Automatic
EN
Install channels 24
Kensington lock 7
L
Language
Audio 19
Menus 24
Subtitles 23
Channel installation 24
B
M
Back connectors 5
Brightness 17
Mains
C
Care
Connect 9
Manual channel installation 25
Menus
Auto lock 22
Language 24
Environment 4
Channels
Rename 26
Test digital reception 27
Uninstall 26
Contrast 17
Country
Selection 25
D
Mono sound 19
N
Noise reduction 17
P
Parental rating 23
Picture
Adjust settings
Brightness 17
Colour 17
Contrast 17
Noise reduction 17
Sharpness 17
Devices
Watch 12
Digital
Radio 24
Services 35
Dual I/II 19
E
Environmental care 4
H
HDCP 28, 29
Hearing impaired 25
Home mode 19
Position TV 7
Power
Connect 9
R
Radio channels 24
Remote control
Basic use 6
Batteries 10
Rename channels 26
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S
Timers
Screen care 4
Settings
Picture
Adjust settings 16
Use smart settings 17
Sound
Adjust settings 19
TV location
Change location 19
Sleeptimer 22
Troubleshooting 37
TV
Auto lock 22
Cable management 10
Channels
Favorite lists 20
Connect
Antenna 9
Mains 9
Connections
Devices 31
Quality 29
Get started 7
Main menus
Use 15
Overview 5
Position 7
Remote control
Basic use 6
Batteries 10
Software update 24
Stand 7
Subtitles 23
Switch
On 10
Timers
Sleeptimer 22
Wall mount 7
Watch
Devices 12
Setup devices 34
Sharpness 17
Shop mode 19
Side
Connectors 5
Smart settings
Current 17
Movie 17
Standard 17
Vivid 17
Software update
Check version 24
Sound
Adjust settings
Audio language 19
Dual I/II 19
Mono/Stereo 19
Surround mode 19
Stereo sound 19
Subtitles
Language 23
Surround sound
Mode 19
Switch TV
On 10
U
Uninstall channels 26
System selection 25
V
T
VESA-compatible wall bracket 7
Video formats 37
Technical specifications 37
Teletext
Advanced use
Teletext 2.5 20
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W
Wall mount TV 7
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