Philips 42PF9641D/10 User manual

About this User Manual
EN
This manual contains all information you will need to initially install and operate your new TV.
Also read the help texts which are being displayed at the bottom of the screen.
If this instruction manual does not give an answer or if ‘Troubleshooting’ does not solve your TV
problem, you can call your Local Philips Customer or Service Centre. See the supplied Worldwide
guarantee booklet.
Please, have the Model and Product number which you can find at the back or the bottom of your television
set or on the packaging, ready, before calling the Philips customer support service.
Model: 37-42-50PF9631D/10 42PF9641D/10
Product No: ....................................
Contents
Safety warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Use of the remote control RC4401/01 . . . . . . 5
Use of the option key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Keys at the right side of the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Introduction: Digital TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Switch the TV on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
First time installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
How to navigate through the menus . . . . . . . 11
Use of the TV menu settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust picture menu settings . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust sound menu settings . . . . . . . . . .
Enjoy Ambilight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjust feature menu settings . . . . . . . . . .
Search for and store TV channels . . . . . .
Rearrange the channel number list . . . . .
Set your preferences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Select your connections . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Select a decoder channel number . . . . . .
Reset the factory settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
How to upgrade the TV software . . . . . .
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Create your favourite list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) . . . . . . .
Multimedia Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teletext . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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To make video and audio connections . . . . . 44
Side panel overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Rear panel overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Connect:
a VCR or DVD recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
two VCRs or VCR and DVD recorder . . .48
a satellite receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
a DVD player, Cable box/game console . .49
a DVD player or Cable box . . . . . . . . . . . 49
a DVD player, sat. receiver or cable box .50
a PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
a Home Cinema amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Use the Common Interface slot . . . . . . . . . . 53
Select connected equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Record with your recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Audio- and video equipment keys . . . . . . . . . 55
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Annex 1:To set the remote control to
work a Philips DVD or DVD/R . . . . . . . .
Annex 2 - Philips TV software upgrade
with portable memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Annex 3 - Philips TV-Slideshow Format
with background music . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Annex 4 - Philips TV - Digital camera
and USB issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Annex 5 - Issues referring to connected
peripherals with a HDMI connector . . . .
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Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Product information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
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Safety warnings
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General
Do not insert the power plug in a wall socket
or hang the TV to the wall before all
connections are made.
• Place or hang the TV wherever you want, but
make sure that air can circulate freely through the
ventilation slots.
• Do not install the TV in a confined space such as
a book case or a similar unit.
• To prevent any unsafe situations, no naked flame
sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed
in the vicinity.
• Avoid heat, direct sunlight and exposure to rain
or water.
• The equipment shall not be exposed to dripping
or splashing.
Care of the screen
Do not touch, push or rub or strike the screen
with anything hard as this may scratch, mar or
damage the screen permanently.
And please do not rub with dust clothes with
chemical treatment.
Do not touch the surface with bare hands or
greasy cloth (some cosmetics are detrimental to
the screen). Unplug the TV before cleaning the
screen.
When the surface becomes dusty, please wipe
gently with absorbent cotton or other soft
materials like chamois soaks. Do not use acetone,
toluene and alcohol because they cause chemical
damage. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners.Wipe off saliva or water drops as soon as
possible.Their long time contact with the screen
causes deformations and colour fading.
Stationary images on the TV screen
A characteristic of LCD and Plasma Panels is that
displaying the same image for a long time can cause
a permanent after-image to remain on the screen.
This is called phosphor burn in. Normal use of the
TV should involve the showing of pictures that
contain constantly moving and changing images that
fill the screen.
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Examples of stationary images (this is not an allinclusive list, you may encounter others in your
viewing):
• TV and DVD menus: listings of DVD disk content;
• Black bars: when black bars appear at the left and
right side of the screen, it is recommended to
change to a picture format so that the picture fills
the entire screen;
• TV channel logo: present a problem if they are
bright and stationary. Moving or low-contrast
graphics are less likely to cause uneven aging of
the screen;
• Stock market stickers: presented at the bottom of
the TV screen;
• Shopping channel logos and pricing displays: bright
and shown constantly or repeatedly in the same
location on the TV screen.
Examples of still pictures also include logos,
computer images, time display, teletext and images
displayed in 4:3 mode, static images or characters,
etc.
Carefully pay attention to these
remarks.The guarantee does not apply
to damage caused by not taking into
account the above mentioned safety
warnings on stationary images.
Tip: reduce contrast and brightness when
viewing.
Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic
Fields (“EMF”)
• Philips Royal Electronics manufactures and sells
many products targeted at consumers, which, like
any electronic apparatus, in general have the
ability to emit and receive electro magnetic
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.
Getting started
EN
Before you start
Warning: do not insert the mains cord into the mains at the bottom of the TV and in a wall socket
or hang the TV on the wall before all connections are made.
Before you switch on your TV, connect all your peripheral equipment. See To make video and audio
connections, p. 44.
Overview of the rear connector panel
There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV. See To make
audio and video connections, p. 44.
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AUDIO L/R
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EXT1 can handle CVBS, RGB and Audio L/R;
EXT2 can handle CVBS, S-VIDEO, RGB, Audio L/R;
EXT3 can handle YPbPr, RGB H/V and Audio L/R;
HDMI 1 and 2.
Supported video formats: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i.
Warning: disconnect all power sources before making any connections.
Tip: it is preferable to connect peripherals with RGB output to EXT1 or EXT2 as RGB provides a
better picture quality.
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Getting started (Continued)
EN
Overview of the side connector panel
- To connect a camera, camcorder or game, see To make video
and audio connections, p. 45.
USB
- To connect a headphone, see To make video and audio
connections, p. 45.
- To connect a USB device, see Multimedia browser, p. 38.
Connect the antenna
<
Insert the aerial plug firmly into the aerial socket x at the
bottom of the TV.
Tip: for best quality use the suppressor cable supplied.
Connect the mains
<
Insert the mains cord supplied into the mains at the bottom
of the TV and in the wall socket.
Warning: verify that the mains supply voltage corresponds
to the voltage printed on the sticker at the rear of the TV.
UK - EIRE
Remote control
<
Insert the 2 batteries supplied (Type R6-1,5V).
Be sure the (+) and (-) ends of the batteries line up
correctly (inside of case is marked.)
For most keys pressing a key once will activate the function.
Pressing a second time will de-activate it.
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Use of the remote control RC4401/01
EN
B Standby
Press to switch the TV from or to standby mode.
When switched to standby, a red indicator on the TV lights up.
Attention: the TV is never powered off completely unless
it is physically unplugged.
TV Press to select TV mode.
DVD STB VCR AUX
Press one of these keys to set your remote control to
operate a peripheral device.
See Audio and Video equipment keys, p. 55.
DEMO Press to switch the Demo menu on or off.
a
Colour keys
- When functions are attached to the colour keys, the
colour keys are shown on screen.
- To select a page in Teletext mode.
OPTION
- To open and close the Quick access menu which contains
a few frequently used options, like Picture format.
- When in teletext, press repeatedly to enlarge the teletext
page display. See Teletext, p. 42.
a To open and close the Electronic Programme Guide.
See EPG (Electronic Programme Guide), p. 36.
Cursor keys
Press the cursor keys up/down, left/right to navigate
through the menus.
OK - To activate a setting
- Starts playing content in the Multimedia Browser
application.
v
BROWSE/MENU:
To open and close the main menu. See How to navigate
through the menus, p. 11.
b Teletext On/Off
Press to switch teletext on. See Teletext, p. 41.
Only for UK: Digital text/Interactive services.
Attention: not all channels transmit interactive television
applications at all times.
V Volume
Press + or - to adjust the volume.
¬ Mute key: interrupt the sound or restore it.
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Use of the remote control RC4401/01 (Continued)
EN
+P- Channel selection
- to browse through the TV channels and sources stored
and marked in the Favourite channels lists;
- to select a page in Teletext mode;
- to quickly browse through the lists in the menus;
- to switch the TV on from standby mode.
0/9 Digit keys
To select a TV channel between 0 and 999.
AV Select your peripherals
See Installation menu, Select your connections, p. 33.
a
0 Previous channel
Press to alternate between the currently viewed and the
previously viewed TV channel.
Ambilight-MODE
Ambilight: Press to switch Ambilight On or Off. For the
Ambilight settings, see Use of the TV menu settings, Enjoy
Ambilight, p. 20.
MODE: Press this key repeatedly to toggle through the
Ambilight modes.
Note: when the TV is switched to standby, and you switch
Ambilight On, Ambilight will be active. Only then less
modes are available.
Ò ‡ π † Audio and Video equipment keys
See Audio and Video equipment keys, p. 55.
See Multimedia browser functional keys, p. 40.
v
‡ CANCEL
Only for UK: Digital text/Interactive services.
Press this key to cancel those special services (and the
function bar at the bottom of the screen).
® no function
i On screen information
Press to display (when available) information about the
selected TV channel and programme.
b Dual screen
Press the b key to show teletext on the right of the
screen.
FAV To display the channels list.
You can create up to four favourite lists.
Note: to set the remote control to work peripheral
equipment, see Annex 1, p. 57.
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Use of the OPTION key
EN
The OPTION key allows you to display the Quick access menu
which will give you direct access to some features and menu
options.
1. Press the OPTION key.
> The Quick access menu appears.
2. Press the cursor up/down to select a menu item.
3. Press the OK key to jump to the selected menu item in the
TV menu. (Except for the Clock option).
4. Use the cursor keys to make a selection.
5. Press the OPTION key to exit.
Note: digital related menu items will only be accessible in case
of digital TV broadcasting.
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Digital audio language:
See Adjust sound menu settings, p. 18.
Digital subtitle language:
See Adjust feature menu settings, p. 23.
Subtitles:
See Adjust feature menu settings, p. 23.
Picture format:
Quick access
See Use of the TV menu settings, Adjust picture menu
settings, p. 17.
Digital audio language
Digital subtitle language
Equalizer:
Subtitles
See Use of the TV menu settings, Adjust sound menu
settings, p. 18.
Picture format
Equalizer
Clock:
Clock
<
Select to activate/deactivate the clock display on the screen.
Keys at the right side of the TV
<
<
VOLUME
MENU
PROGRAM/CHANNEL
B
In case your remote is lost or broken, apart from
channel selection and volume adjustment, you can still
change some of the basic settings with the keys at the
side of your TV.
Press the power switch B to switch the TV on or off.
The MENU key can be used to summon the TV menu
without the remote control.
Use:
- the VOLUME - and + keys and the
PROGRAM/CHANNEL - and + keys to select menu
items;
- the MENU key to confirm your selection.
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Introduction: Digital TV
EN
Next to analogue broadcast reception, your TV has a built-in TV
tuner which receives, decodes and displays digital terrestrial
signals.
Digital TV and radio channels are only available and reproduced:
- when Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial (DVB-T) is
applicable in your local area;
- and if DVB-T signal is supported by your TV for the country
you live in. See www.philips.com/support for the list of
supported countries.
Switch the TV on
<
<
Press the power switch B at the side of the TV.
> An indicator on the front of the TV lights up and the
screen comes on.
If the TV is in standby mode, press the -P+ keys or the B
key on the remote control.
Note: the first time (and only the first time) you switch
on your TV, you see a Welcome screen followed by the
installation procedure. See First time installation, p. 9.
First time installation
The installation procedure consists of a series of screens that
will guide you through the installation of your TV.
Follow the instructions on screen.
Note: if the TV has already been installed before and/or you
want to change the First time installation settings, proceed
with Use of the TV menu settings, p. 13.
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First time installation (Continued)
EN
Step 1: select your on-screen language
After the Welcome screen you are asked to select a language of
the TV's on-screen menus.The text of the header and the info
on screen continuously change language. Also the digital audio
and subtitle language will be set to the selected menu language.
1. Press the cursor up/down to highlight your language.
2. Press the OK key on the remote control.
3. Follow the instructions on screen to proceed.
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Step 2: complete the initial TV installation
procedure
1. Press the green colour key on your remote control when
Television is highlighted.
2. Select the country where you are now located.
Menu language
English
Español
Français
Hrvatski
Italiano
Magyar
.............
Please select your
language.....
PHILIPS
using cursor up and
down
Notes:
- if you select a wrong country, the channel numbering will
not be according to the standard for your country.
- in case the country selected is not DVB-T supported by
your TV, digital related menu-items will not be
accessible.
3. Press the green colour key on your remote control to start
the Automatic channel installation.
> All available digital TV and radio channels and analogue
TV channels are searched for and stored automatically.
This will take a few minutes.When the search is
complete, the menu will indicate the number of digital
and analogue channels found.
Next
PHILIPS Installation
This will help you to install the following
sections:
Television
Notes:
- reception of digital terrestrial TV channels is applicable
dependent on the country selected;
- if you choose to install the channels at a later time, select
the Automatic installation in the TV menu, Installation,
Channels to scan available channels.
Settings assistant
Previous
Next
Skip
Stop
4. Press the red colour key again when the search is
completed.
PHILIPS Television
System searching: please wait..........
Digital channels found
16
Analogue channels found
22
Stop
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First time installation (Continued)
EN
Step 3: Settings assistant: select your TV settings
PHILIPS Installation
This will help you to complete the Settings
assistant.
Television
Settings assistant
Previous
Next
Skip
Stop
PHILIPS Settings assistant
Please select your location before
continuing:
Home
Shop
By means of several split screens/full screens you are
prompted to select your preferred picture, sound and
ambilight settings, to finally arrive at a complete setting
which satisfies you.
1. Press the green colour key on your remote control to enter
the Settings assistant menu.
2. Select your Location with the cursor up/down.
> If you choose Shop it will skip the Settings assistant.
The TV parameters for Picture, Sound and Ambilight will
then be set to predefined fixed settings.
Press the green colour key again to proceed.
> If you choose Home it will display the Settings
assistant.
3. Use the cursor left/right to each time select your preferred
screen.
4. Press the green colour key to each time confirm your
selection and to jump to the following screen.
> The following items will be presented sequentially.
In the header it is mentioned how many screens have
been completed and how many screens there are in
total.
The Settings assistant will step sequentially through the
following settings: Picture, Sound and Ambilight.
5. Press the green colour key again to store all the settings
and to return to the TV installation menu.
Note: when you skip or stop the Settings Assistant, then
the standard settings Philips selected for you will be
chosen.
6. Press the red colour key again to finish the First time
installation procedure and to display the first stored TV
channel.
Note: any time you can change or reset your settings or
adjust individual settings for Picture, Sound and Ambilight
in the TV settings menu. See p. 13, Use of the TV menu
settings.
To control the settings of special TV functions, features and
accessory equipment, see p. 23, Adjust feature menu
settings.
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How to navigate through the menus
EN
Introduction
A lot of guiding instructions, help texts and messages will be
displayed on your TV when you use the menus or when you try
to execute an action.
Read the help texts which are being displayed on the specific
item highlighted.
The colour keys at the bottom of the screen refer to the
different actions which may be executed.
Press the corresponding colour key on the remote control to
perform the required or desired action.
Note: digital related menu items will only be accessible in case
of digital TV broadcasting.
a
Television
TV menu
TV channels
Programme guide
Multimedia
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
> The main menu appears on the screen.
- TV menu allows you to access the TV menu. See
below.
- TV channels allows you to access the TV channel list
and to create up to four favourite lists with your
preferred TV channels and digital radio stations. See
Create your favourite channel list, p. 35.
- Programme guide allows you to access detailed
information about individual digital TV programmes.
According to the type of Electronic Programme Guide,
it also allows you to access the table of scheduled
Digital TV programmes and easily select and tune to a
desired programme.
See EPG, Electronic Programme Guide, p. 36.
- Multimedia allows you to access the Multimedia
browser application. It lets you display your personal
multimedia files. Multimedia is only present when a
USB device is connected.
See Multimedia browser, p. 38.
2. Use the cursor up/down to highlight and select a menu
item.
3. Use the cursor right to enter the highlighted menu item.
> The right panel shows the content of the highlighted
menu item.
Info
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How to navigate through the menus (continued)
EN
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Info
4. Use the cursor up/down to select a menu item.
- TV settings allows you to adjust your preferred picture,
sound and ambilight settings
- Features allows you to control the settings of special TV
features
- Installation allows you
- to select your language preferences;
- to search for and store your TV channels;
- to set or adjust various special functions;
- to select connected peripheral equipment;
- to define one or more channel numbers as decoder
channel numbers;
- to reset your picture, sound and ambilight settings to the
factory standard settings;
- to upgrade your TV software
5. Press the cursor right to enter the highlighted menu item.
> The content of the right panel is moved to the left panel
and the right panel now shows the content of the newly
highlighted item in the left panel.
Note: in some cases it is important that the picture can be
watched while you adjust the settings.This means that when
the highlight is on the right side panel, the other menu items
hide away.When the cursor left is pressed, the hidden menu
items reappear and the highlight moves to the left panel.
6. Press the MENU/BROWSE key to exit the main menu.
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Use of the TV menu settings
Television
TV menu
TV channels
Programme guide
EN
The TV menu allows you to access and change settings and
preferences in case you want to change the First time
installation settings and/or you want to control the settings of
special TV functions, features and peripheral equipment.
Multimedia
Adjust viewing and listening settings
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Info
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
> The main menu appears on the screen.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
> The TV menu is displayed.
3. Select TV settings and press the cursor right.
> The TV settings menu is moved to the left.
4. Press the MENU/BROWSE key to exit the menu.
To make it easier to change the settings of the TV, there are
3 ways of doing it.
A. Change settings in an easy-to-use manner with the
Settings assistant
Each time you've made a selection, press the green key to
confirm your selection.
1. Select Settings assistant and press the cursor right.
> By means of several split screens/full screens you are
prompted to select your preferred picture, sound and
ambilight settings to finally arrive at a complete setting
which satisfies you.
See First time installation, Step 3: Settings assistant:
select your TV settings, p. 10.
2. Press the green colour key to return to the TV menu again.
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Use of the TV menu settings (continued)
EN
B. Use of the Standard settings (if present)
This allows you to reset your settings for viewing and
listening to predefined factory settings.
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Reset to standard
Current
Natural
Vivid
Subtle
Info
1. Select Reset to standard and press the cursor right.
> A menu appears which allows you to select one of the
standard settings for viewing and listening.
> Current shows your current settings for viewing and
listening.
> If you select Natural, it allows you to set your picture,
sound and ambilight settings to the recommended
standard values. In most cases this will give the best
balanced viewing experience.
> If you select Vivid, it allows you to set your picture,
sound and ambilight settings to rich values, making use
of the TV capabilities to its full extend.
> If you select Subtle, it allows you to set your picture,
sound and ambilight settings to the purest
representation of the original source content.
2. Press the green colour key to store the selected setting.
C. Individual settings for picture, sound and ambilight
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Select Picture, Sound or Ambilight and press the cursor
right.
> A menu appears which allows you to fine tune the
picture, sound and ambilight settings.
> To adjust the Picture settings, see Adjust picture menu
settings, p. 15.
> To adjust the Sound settings, see Adjust sound menu
settings, p. 18.
> To adjust the Ambilight settings, see Enjoy Ambilight,
p. 20.
Adjust picture menu settings
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
EN
The picture menu contains the settings that affect the quality of
the picture.
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
>
The main menu appears.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
>
The TV menu is moved to the left.
3. Select TV settings and press the cursor right.
>
The TV settings menu is moved to the left panel.
4. Select Picture and press the cursor right.
>
Info
The Picture menu is moved to the left panel.
5. Use the cursor up/down to select the Picture menu items.
6. Press the cursor right to enter the selected Picture menu
item.
Note: all digital related menu items will only be accessible
in case of digital TV broadcasting.
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Picture
Contrast
Brightness
Colour
Hue
Sharpness
Tint
..............
Info
7. Use the cursor keys to adjust the settings.
8. Press the cursor left to return to the Picture menu.
Contrast
Adjusts the intensity of bright parts in the picture but keep
the dark parts unchanged.
Brightness
Adjusts the light output of the complete picture, which will
mainly affect the darker areas of the picture.
Colour
Adjusts the saturation level of the colours to suit your
personal preference.
Hue
Compensates for the colour variations in NTSC encoded
transmissions.
Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of fine details in the picture.
Tint
Increases or decreases Warm (red) and Cool (blue)
colours to suit personal preferences.
< Select Cool to give the white colours a blue, Normal to
give the white colours a neutral, Warm to give the white
colours a red tint.
< Select Custom to make a customised setting in the
Custom tint menu item.
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TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Picture
.............
Custom tint
Pixel Plus
Digital Natural Mo..
Dynamic contrast
DNR
.............
Info
Custom tint (only when Tint is set to Custom)
Fine tunes the white point (WP) and black level (BL) of
the picture.
1. Select Custom tint and press the cursor right.
2. Use the cursor keys to select and adjust the settings of:
R-WP: allows you to customise the colour tint by
adjusting the red whitepoint of the picture.
G-WP: allows you to customise the colour tint by
adjusting the green whitepoint of the picture.
B-WP: allows you to customise the colour tint by
adjusting the blue whitepoint of the picture.
R-BL: allows you to customise the colour tint by
adjusting the red blacklevel of the picture.
G-BL: allows you to customise the colour tint by
adjusting the green blacklevel of the picture.
3. Use the colour keys to reset to the predefined settings.
4. Press the cursor left to return to the Picture menu.
Pixel Plus
Pixel Plus is the most ideal setting, as it fully processes
the image to make every single pixel the best it can be,
improving contrast, sharpness, picture depth, and colour
reproduction and brilliance from every source, including
High Definition.
< Select On or Off to activate/de-activate Pixel Plus.
Digital Natural Motion
Reduces the field and line flicker and reproduces smooth
movement especially in movies.
< Select Off, Minimum or Maximum in order to really
see the difference in picture quality.
Dynamic contrast
Automatically makes the contrast in the darker and the
brighter picture areas more noticeable as the image on
the screen changes.
< Normally select Medium. It may be preferred to select
Minimum, Maximum or Off.
DNR
DNR automatically filters out and reduces the image
<
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noise.This improves picture quality when receiving weak
signals.
Select Off, Minimum, Medium or Maximum according
to the image noise in the picture.
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TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Picture
.............
DNR
MPEG artefact red.
Colour enhancem..
Active control
Light sensor
Picture format
Info
EN
MPEG artefact reduction
MPEG artefact reduction On smoothens the
transitions on digital content.
< Select On or Off.
Colour enhancement
Automatically controls green enhancement and blue
stretch. It makes the colours more vivid.
< Select Off, Minimum, Medium or Maximum.
Active control
The TV continuously measures and corrects all incoming
signals in order to provide the best picture possible.
< Select On or Off to activate/de-activate Active control.
Light sensor
Light sensor On automatically adjusts the picture and
ambilight settings for best viewing dependent on the
lighting conditions in the room.
< Select On or Off.
Picture format
This allows you to adjust the size of the picture dependant
on the broadcasted format and your preferred setting.
Tip: this function is also accessible via the
the remote control.
Auto format
4:3
Super zoom
OPTION
key on
How to navigate through the TV settings menu, see p. 12:
Use of the TV menu settings.
Choose among the following picture formats: Auto format,
Super zoom, 4;3, Movie Expand 14:9, Movie Expand 16:9 or
Wide screen.
Movie expand 14:9
Movie expand 16:9
Wide screen
Auto format makes the picture fill the screen as much as
possible.
In case of subtitles in the bottom black bar, Auto format
makes the subtitles visible.
In case of a broadcaster logo in the corner of the top black
bar, the logo disappears from the screen.
Super zoom removes the black bars on the sides of 4:3
programmes with minimal distortion.
When in Movie Expand 14:9, Movie Expand 16:9 or Super
zoom screen format, you can make subtitles visible with the
cursor up/down.
Note: with HD sources not all picture formats will be
available.
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Adjust sound menu settings
EN
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Sound
Equalizer
Volume
Balance
Digital audio lang..
Dual I/II
Mono/Stereo
.............
Info
The sound menu contains the settings that affect the quality of
the sound.
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
>
The main menu appears.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
>
The TV Menu is moved to the left.
3. Select TV settings and press the cursor right.
>
The TV settings menu is moved to the left panel.
4. Select Sound and press the cursor right.
>
The Sound menu is moved to the left panel.
5. Use the cursor up/down to select the Sound menu items.
6. Press the cursor right to enter the selected Sound menu
item.
Note: dependent on the input signal, one or more menu
items may not be selectable.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. ‘Dolby’ ‘Pro Logic’ and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
7. Use the cursor keys to adjust the settings.
8. Press the cursor left to return to the Sound menu.
Equalizer
Allows you to change the frequency response of the sound
to match your personal taste.
Tip: this function is also accessible via the
the remote control.
OPTION
key on
Volume
Allows you to adjust the sound output level.
Balance
Allows you to adjust the output of the right and left
speakers to obtain the best stereo reproduction for your
listening position.
Digital audio language (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
Allows you to select an audio language out of the list of the
available broadcasted languages for the current digital
programme.
Note: if there is more than one variant for an audio
language, then select one of the variants.
To permanently change the audio language, use the
Language menu in the Installation menu.
Tip: this function is also accessible via the
the remote control.
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OPTION
key on
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Dual I/II
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
EN
Sound
.............
Mono/Stereo
Surround mode
Headphone volume
AVL
Delta volume
Auto surround
Info
Allows you to select, per channel, Dual I or II, when dual
sound transmission is available.
Mono/Stereo
Allows you to select, per TV channel, Mono or Stereo
sound when stereo broadcasts are available.
Surround mode
Allows you to select the modes for more spatial or
surround sound reproduction dependent on the
broadcasted signals or signals from external inputs received.
Headphone volume
Allows you to control the level of sound through the
headphones.
AVL (Automatic Volume Leveler)
Automatically reduces the volume differences between
channels and programmes, providing a more constant overall
level.This will also reduce the dynamics of sound.
Delta volume
Allows you to correct for any permanent volume differences
between TV channels or external sources.
Auto surround
When switched On, this allows the TV to automatically
switch to the best surround sound mode the broadcaster
transmits.
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Enjoy Ambilight
EN
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Ambilight
Ambilight
Brightness
Mode
Colour
Custom colour
Separation
.............
Info
The ambilight menu contains the settings for controlling the
ambient lighting. Using ambient light gives a more relaxed
viewing experience and improves perceived picture quality.
Analysis of the picture content adapts the colours continuously.
But the lights can also be set to any fixed colour and many
shades of white.
Tip: in standby mode the lights can be set/operated to any
colour and create a unique ambiance in the room. See
Ambilight in standby mode, p. 22.
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
> The main menu appears.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
> The TV Menu is moved to the left.
3. Select TV settings and press the cursor right.
> The TV settings menu is moved to the left panel.
4. Select Ambilight and press the cursor right.
> The Ambilight menu is moved to the left panel.
5. Use the cursor up/down to select the Ambilight menu
items.
6. Press the cursor right to enter the selected Ambilight menu
item.
7. Use the cursor keys to adjust the settings.
8. Press the cursor left to return to the Ambilight menu.
Ambilight
<
<
Allows you to switch the lights On or Off at the rear of the
TV.
Select Off to switch off the ambient lights and downlight all
other ambilight menu items.
Select On to switch on the ambient lights. Refine the light
settings in the menus below.
Brightness
Allows you to adjust the light output of the ambilights.
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EN
Mode
Allows you to choose for constant background lighting or
for background lighting that matches the images displayed
on the screen.
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Ambilight
.............
Mode
Colour
Custom colour
Separation
Balance
Info
<
Use the cursor keys to select Colour, Relaxed, Moderate or
Dynamic.
- Colour: this will show constant light according to the
settings in the Colour menu below. It allows manual fine
tuning in the next Ambilight menu items.
- The options Relaxed, Moderate or Dynamic will
dynamically match brightness and colour to the screen
content.The selection made will effect the speed which
determines the viewing impression.
For example:
- in Relaxed mode, the rate of brightness and colour
change, as predefined in the factory, is smoothly and soft
which gives you an immersive yet relaxed viewing.
- in Moderate mode the rate of brightness and colour
change can be experienced as between Relaxed and
Dynamic.
- in Dynamic mode the rate of brightness and colour
change is more quick and dynamic.This gives you full
immersion and involvement with the screen content.
Notes:
- the rate of change is limited, as not to cause
uncomfortable sensations;
- according to the selection made, some Ambilight menu
items will be downlighted and can not be selected.
Colour
Note: only available when Colour has been selected in the
Mode menu above.
Allows you to select or adjust the colour of the light to
your own personal choice.
- Warm white is matched to that of most normal
lightbulbs. Select this setting if you want the Ambilight to
fit best with normal living room lighting.
- Cool white is matched to that of normal daylight
(6500K). Select this setting if you prefer more cool lighting.
Note: the 6500K is the SMPTE recommended setting for
ambient backlighting of displays.
- Blue: preferred by most consumers to create a cool,
modern and/or mystical atmosphere. Select this setting
according to your personal taste or mood.
- Red: preferred by most consumers to create a cosy,
special atmosphere. Select according to your personal
taste or mood.
- Custom: select if you want to customise the ambilight
colour.
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EN
Custom colour
TV menu
TV settings
Settings assistant
Reset to standard
Picture
Sound
Ambilight
Ambilight
.............
Mode
Colour
Custom colour
Separation
Balance
Note: only available when Custom has been selected in
the Colour menu.
<
<
Allows you to customise the ambilight colour.
Select Palette to select the general colour of the light
output.
Select Saturation to adjust the colourfulness of the light.
Separation
Info
<
<
Allows you to define the stereo effect in case, Relaxed,
Moderate or Dynamic has been selected in the Mode menu.
Select Off for a mono behaviour which means that all lamps
will behave equally.
Select Minimum, Medium or Maximum to define the
Ambilight stereo effect spread over the available lamps.
Balance
Allows you to adjust the colour and level of light intensity
on the left and right side of the picture.
Ambilight in standby mode
<
<
When the TV is switched off, the ambient lights will also be
switched off.When the TV is in standby mode, ambilight can
be used to provide a unique ambience for the room.
Press the Ambilight key on the remote control to switch
between Ambilight On or Off. See Use of the remote
control, p. 6.
Press the MODE key repeatedly to toggle through the
Ambilight modes.
Note: when the TV is switched to standby, and you switch
Ambilight On, then less Ambilight modes are available.
Caution: Infrared interference
To avoid bad infrared remote control reception, place your
peripheral equipment out of sight of the ambient lights of
your TV. Ambilight does not function well when the room
temperature is less than 59°F/15°C.
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Adjust feature menu settings
EN
The Features menu allows you to control the settings of
special TV functions, features and accessory equipments.
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Features
Subtitle
Digital subtitle lan..
Sleeptimer
Childlock
Set/Change code
On timer
.............
Info
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
> The main menu appears.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
> The TV Menu is moved to the left.
3. Select Features and press the cursor right.
> The Features menu is moved to the left panel.
4. Use the cursor up/down to select the Features menu
items.
5. Press the cursor right to enter the selected Features
menu item.
6. Use the cursor keys to adjust the settings.
7. Press the cursor left to return to the Features menu.
Subtitle
This displays Teletext and DVB-T subtitles from the
selected TV channel.These can be permanently displayed,
or only when mute is active.The teletext subtitle page of
analogue channels must be stored for each TV channel.
1. Switch on teletext and select the proper subtitle page
from the index.
2. Switch off teletext.
3. Select
- Subtitle On to display the subtitles on the selected TV
channels.
- On during mute to automatically display the subtitles
only when the sound has been muted with the ¬ key
on the remote control.
Tip: this function is also accessible via the
the remote control.
OPTION
key on
Digital subtitle language (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
This allows you to (temporarily) select your preferred
subtitle language out of the list of the broadcasted languages
for the current programme.
Note: to permanently change the subtitle languages, use
the Language menu in the Installation menu.
<
Use the cursor up/down to temporarily overrule your
permanent language selection and confirm with the OK key.
Tip: this function is also accessible via the
the remote control.
OPTION
key on
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TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Features
.............
Sleeptimer
Childlock
Set/Change code
On timer
Common interface
Demo
Sleeptimer
This sets a time period after which the TV automatically
switches to standby.
1. Select Sleeptimer.
2. Press the cursor right.
3. Select a value with the cursor up/down.
> The list will have values from 0 to 180 minutes.When 0
is selected, the sleeptimer is switched off.
Note: you can always switch off your TV earlier or select
another time set.
Info
Childlock
With a 4-digit code, you are able to lock TV channels and
external sources to prevent children from watching certain
programmes.
1. Select Childlock.
2. Press the cursor right to enter the Childlock menu.
3. Enter your 4-digit code.
Note: you have to re-enter your code each time you
enter the Childlock menu.
4. Select one of the menu items of the Childlock menu and
press the cursor right:
- Lock to lock all channels and externals:
- Custom lock to lock a certain programme or to lock all
the channels from a certain time.
< Select:
- Lock after to lock all programmes from a certain time
onwards.
< Press the cursor right twice.
< Select On to set the lock.
< Press the cursor left.
< Select Time and press the cursor right.
< Enter the time with the cursor up/down and right.
- Channel lock to lock a certain TV channel or external.
< Press the OK key to activate/deactivate.
- Parental rating to set an age rating to a digital
programme if the programme is parental rated.The
ratings applied are according the selected country in the
initial installation.
< Press the cursor right and select an age rating with the
cursor up/down.
- Select Unlock to disable all locks you have set.
Important: you have forgotten your code !
1.
2.
3.
4.
>
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Select Change code and press the cursor right.
Enter the overriding code 8-8-8-8.
Enter a new personal 4-digit code.
Confirm your new entered code.
The previous code is erased and the new code is stored.
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TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Features
.............
Sleeptimer
Childlock
Set/Change code
On timer
Common interface
Demo
Info
EN
Set code/Change code
This allows you to set or change the personal 4-digit access
code that is used in the different lock functions of the TV.
<
<
Select Set or Change code.
> If no PIN-code exists yet, the menu item is set to Set
code. Follow the instructions on screen.
> If a PIN-code has previously been entered, the menu
item is set to Change code. Follow the instructions on
screen.
Enter your code with the digit keys. All number
combinations from 0000 to 9999 are valid numbers.
> The Features menu reappears with a message confirming
that your PIN-code has been created or changed.
On timer
From standby, this automatically switches the TV to the
specified channel number, at a specified time.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Select On timer.
Press the cursor right to enter the On timer menu.
Select Timer and press the cursor right.
Select On.
Select Channel and then the TV channel you want your TV
to switch to on a selected time and day
Select Day and then a day of the week or select Daily.
Select Time and enter the time with the digit keys or with
the cursor up/down.
Press the OK key to activate.
Press the cursor left to return to the Features menu or
press the MENU/BROWSE key to switch off the menu.
Note: From now on, every week, your TV will
automatically switch to the selected channel, on the
selected day, at the selected time, until the On timer
function is switched off again.
Note: only one On timer can be set.
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EN
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Features
Common interface
Note: this functionality is only available in certain countries.
.............
Sleeptimer
Childlock
Set/Change code
On timer
Common interface
Demo
This allows you to access common interface applications
defined by the service provider of the Common Interface
(CI) module.
The Common Interface (CI) module can contain one or
more applications, which are used to communicate with the
CI service provider and provide some additional facilities to
the user.
See Use the Common Interface slot, p. 53.
Info
Note: this menu item and the common interface
applications are only selectable when an authenticated
Common Interface card is present and some Common
Interface card user interface sessions are listed.
The CI service provider is responsible for the messages
and texts on screen. In case of failure or strange behaviour,
you must call your CI service provider.
TV menu
Features
Demo
Pixel Plus
Subtitle
Dig. subtitle langu. Ambilight
Settings assistant
Sleeptimer
Active control
Childlock
Set/Change code
On timer
Common interface
Demo
Info
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Demo
This allows you to get an idea of the features that are part
of the television.
1.
2.
3.
4.
>
5.
Select Demo.
Press the cursor right.
Select a desired demo.
Press the OK key to start the demo.
The selected demo is played once.
Press the red colour key to stop the demo and to return to
the demo menu.
6. Press the red colour key to exit the demo menu.
How to search for and store TV channels
EN
Tip: you will need this chapter only if you want to change the installation settings.
Installation menu
Television
TV menu
TV channels
Programme guide
Multimedia
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
.............
Info
This menu will adjust settings related to the installation of the
TV channels, language and country and to the initial installation
of your TV.
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control.
> The main menu appears.
2. Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
> The TV Menu is moved to the left.
3. Select Installation and press the cursor right.
> The Installation menu is moved to the left panel.
4. Use the cursor up/down to select the Installation menu
items.
5. Press the cursor right to enter the selected Installation
menu item.
6. Use the cursor keys to make a selection.
7. Press the OK key to activate or to confirm.
8. Press the cursor left to return to the Installation menu or
press the MENU/BROWSE key to switch off the menu.
Select your language preferences
This menu allows you to select your preferred language for
menu, audio and subtitle.
TV menu
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
.............
Languages
Menu language
Preferred audio l...
Preferred subtitle...
Hearing impaired
Info
Menu language
This allows you to select your menu language out of the list
of the available languages.
Preferred audio language (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
This allows you to select your audio language preference in
case several languages are broadcasted.
Preferred subtitle language (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
This allows you to select your subtitle language preference
in case several languages are broadcasted.
Hearing impaired (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
This allows you to select the hearing impaired audio or
subtitle language.
When set to On, the Hearing impaired version of your
preferred audio or subtitle language will, if available, be
reproduced.
When set to Off, the normal audio and subtitle language
behaviour will be applicable.
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How to search for and store TV channels (Continued)
EN
TV menu
TV settings
Features
Installation
Exit
Installation
.............
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Select your country
This allows you to select the country where you are now
located.
Notes:
- if you select a wrong country, the channel numbering will not
be according to the standard for your country;
- in case the country selected is not DVB-T supported by your
TV, digital related menu-items will not be accessible.
Info
Select the time zone (only with digital TV broadcasting)
Only applicable for certain countries and dependent on the
selected country.
This allows you to select your local time zone so that the clock
display shows the correct time.
Store TV and radio channels
After language and country are set correctly, you can now
search for and store the TV channels.
< Select Channels in the TV, Installation menu.
TV menu
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
.............
Channels
Autom. installation
Installation update
Digital: test recept..
Analogue: manual..
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Automatic installation
The TV will scan the entire frequency spectrum based on
the selected country.
> All available digital and analogue TV and digital radio
channels are searched for and stored automatically.
This will take a few minutes.
> When the search is complete, the menu will indicate the
number of digital and analogue channels found.
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Installation update (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
TV menu
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
.............
EN
This allows you to automatically tune to and update all
available digital channels without altering the sorting of
existing channels. For example, the name of the channel is
not altered.
Channels
Autom. installation
Installation update
Digital: test recept..
Analogue: manual..
Rearrange
Notes:
- this will not reinstall uninstalled channels;
- digital channels that are not encountered any longer will
be removed;
- new channels found will not be added to any favourite
list;
- already installed channels will not be renumbered.
- installation update happens automatically when your TV
is in standby mode.
Info
Digital: test reception (only with Digital TV broadcasting)
This allows you to see the quality and the strength of the
signal reception for a digital frequency.This enables you to
find the antenna position that gives the best reception.
<
Select Digital: test reception and press the cursor right.
> You obtain an indication of the actual channel frequency,
the network name, the signal quality and strength.
> If the signal quality and strength is poor, you can try
repositioning the aerial.
Tip: it is however advisable to contact a specialised aerial
installer in order to achieve the best results.
You can also directly enter the frequency of the digital
channels you want to test.
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How to search for and store TV channels (Continued)
EN
Analogue: manual installation
TV menu
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
.............
Channels
Autom. installation
Installation update
Digital: test recept..
Analogue: manual..
Rearrange
Info
This gives you the possibility to manually install (tuning-in
channel by channel) analogue channels. Manual installation
will not find nor store any DVB-T (digital) channels.
1. Select Analogue: manual installation and press the
cursor right.
2. Select System.
3. Select your country or part of the world where you are
now located.
4. Select Search and press the cursor right.
5. Select the red or green colour key to proceed.
Tip: if you know the frequency, enter the 3 digits of the
frequency with the digit keys 0 to 9 (For example, 049).
6. Press the cursor left to store the channel found or to
search for another channel.
7. Select Fine tune and press the cursor right.
Fine tuning can be useful when the frequency has shifted a
bit or when interference of another frequency occurs.
Adjust the frequency with the cursor up/down in case of
poor reception of the channel found.
8. Select Store current channel if you want to store the
(fine tuned) frequency under the current channel number.
Press the cursor right and confirm with the OK key.
Select Store as new channel if you want to store the
(fine tuned) frequency under a new channel number.
Press the cursor right and confirm with the OK key.
9. Use the rearrange menu to rename or reshuffle the
channels. See next page.
Note: when on a frequency where a DVB signal is
broadcasted, the tuner will try to decode an analogue TV
channel, and hence will not show video.
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Rearrange the channel number list
TV menu
Installation
Languages
Country
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
.............
Channels
Autom. installation
Installation update
Digital: test recept..
Analogue: manual..
Rearrange
<
This allows you to rename, to reshuffle and to uninstall or
reinstall the stored channels.
Press the corresponding colour keys and follow the on
screen instructions.
Reshuffle
1.
2.
3.
Info
EN
4.
This allows you to change the order of the stored TV
channels.
Select the channel you want to change place.
Press the yellow colour key to move up a single position in
the list.
Press the blue colour key to move down a single position in
the list.
Repeat to reshuffle other TV channels.
TV menu/Installation
Rename
Channels
Rearrange
Automatic instal... 0
Installation update 1
Digital: test rec.... 2
Analogue: manual 3
4
Rearrange
5
6
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
Notes:
- press the yellow colour key to delete all characters.The
cursor is positioned at the beginning again;
- press the blue colour key to delete the character the
cursor is positioned. Enter a new character with the
cursor up/down;
- a name can be given to the channel numbers 0 to 999;
- space, numbers and other special characters are located
between Z and A.
Info
Rearrange
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Rename
Uninstall
Move
up
This allows you to change the name stored in the memory
or to assign a name to a channel or external for which a
name has not yet been entered.
Select the channel you want to rename.
Press the red colour key on your remote control.
Select the characters with the cursor up/down. Select the
following position with the cursor right.
Press the green colour key or the OK key when finished.
5. Select another channel number and repeat steps 2 to 5.
Uninstall - reinstall
Move
down
This allows you to uninstall a stored channel so that it is no
longer possible to tune to.This also allows you to reinstall
an earlier uninstalled channel.
1. Select the channel you want to uninstall.
2. Press the green colour key to uninstall the selected channel.
> The uninstalled channel is indicated in the list by an icon
in front of the uninstalled channel.
3. Press the green colour key again to reinstall the uninstalled
channel.
Note: uninstalled channels are not reinstalled during an
installation update.
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Set your preferences
EN
TV menu
Installation
.............
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Preferences
Location
Teletext 2.5
OSD
Programme title
Info
This menu contains items that can set or adjust various special
TV functions and that will typically be accessed only
occasionally.
Select your location
This allows you to select the location of your TV.
If you choose for Shop it will result in fixed settings of
picture, sound and ambilight.
The location Home will give full flexibility to change any
predefined settings for picture, sound and ambilight.
Select Teletext 2.5
<
<
Some broadcasters offer the opportunity to see more
colours, other background colours and nicer pictures in the
teletext pages.
Select Teletext 2.5 On to take advantage of this feature.
Select Teletext Off if you like the more neutral teletext
layout.
> The selection made is valid for all the channels which
broadcast Teletext 2.5.
Note: it may take a few seconds before teletext broadcast
switches over to Teletext 2.5.
Select the On Screen Display (OSD)
<
<
This allows you to select the display of the volume bar and
a reduced or extended on screen display of programme and
channel information.
Select Minimum to activate the display of reduced channel
information.
Select Normal to activate the display of extended channel
and programme information. For example, information on
the programme, input signal quality of connected peripheral
equipment, the screen format and sound mode, selected
audio language, subtitle language, ratings, remaining time of
the sleeptimer setting,...
Display a Programme title
This allows you, to display the programme title according to
the transmitted information.
> When selected Yes, after the selection of a TV
programme or after you press the i key on the
remote control, a programme title will be displayed if
transmitted.
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Select your connections
TV menu
Installation
.............
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Connections
EXT1
EXT2
EXT3
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Side
Digital Audio IN
Info
EN
This allows you to select the peripheral equipment you have
connected to the audio and video connectors.
1. Select Connections.
2. Press the cursor right.
3. Select the input to which the peripheral equipment is
connected.
> When you select EXT1, EXT2, EXT3, HDMI 1,
HDMI 2, Side or Digital Audio In, a list appears
which allows you to identify which type of peripheral
equipment is attached to this input.
4. Press the cursor right again to enter the list of types of
peripherals connected to the selected input.
5. Select the peripheral equipment with the cursor up/down.
Digital Audio In
If a peripheral equipment has a digital audio output, you can
connect this with a single cable to the TV’s DIGITAL
AUDIO IN connector.
In the Connections menu, assign the Digital Audio In to the
corresponding external input to which your peripheral
equipment is connected.
In addition to accepting audio input via Digital Audio In, the
TV can output encoded Dolby Digital audio via the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connector to an external amplifier
or receiver. If your amplifier or receiver has a matching
connector for Digital Audio In, you can connect it with a
single cable to the TV's DIGITAL AUDIO OUT.
See To make video and audio connections, Connect a Home
Cinema amplifier, p. 52.
Select a Decoder channel number
TV menu
Installation
Decoder
Channel
.............
Status
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
This allows you to define one or more channel numbers as
decoder channel numbers when a decoder or a descrambler is
connected to EXT1 or EXT2.
1. Select the channel number under which you have stored the
programme that comes from your decoder or descrambler.
2. Select Status.
3. Select the input used to connect your decoder: None,
EXT1 or EXT2.
< Select None if you do not want the selected channel
number being activated as a decoder channel number.
Info
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Reset the Factory settings
EN
TV menu
Installation
This allows you to reset most of the predefined factory states.
Factory settings
1. Select and press the cursor right.
2. Press the OK key to erase settings and reset them to their
default values.
.............
Reset
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Info
How to upgrade the TV software
TV menu
Installation
Software upgrade
Current softw. info
.............
Local upgrades
Time zone
Announcement
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Info
This allows you to upgrade your TV software using a USB
device.
USB device upgrade
It is possible to initiate an upgrade procedure from a USB
device before you start up the TV.The memory device must
be filled with the appropriate upgrade image (and structure)
which can be found on the www. philips.com/software
website.
How to upload a new software version on your memory
device, see Annex 2, Philips TV software upgrade with
portable memory, p. 58.
Automatic software announcement (if present)
<
<
When you switch on your TV a message may appear that a
new software upgrade is available.
Press the red colour key on your remote control if you
want to be reminded later on.
Press the green colour key on your remote control to
confirm you have read the message.
> Once you have confirmed, the message will not pop up
again.
If however, you want to see the last broadcasted
announcement again, select Announcement in the
Software upgrade menu.
Note: as long as the software upgrade has not been
executed, the message will be available.
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Create your favourite list
EN
This allows you to create up to four favourite channels lists
with your preferred TV channels and radio stations. For
example, each member of your family can create his/her own
favourite list.
Note: when this key is pressed the first time after you have
finished the installation, it will bring up the full channel list. In
other situations it will bring up the last selected channel list.
To select a channel from the displayed favourite list
All channels
1. Press the FAV key.
> The last selected channel list appears.
2. Use the cursor keys to select a channel.
3. Press the OK key to display the selected channel.
√ EXT1 HDD/DVDR
√ HDMI1 PC
√ 1
VRT
√ 2
CNN
√ 3
VTM
√ 5
BBC
6
.........
To select another favourite channel list
TV/Radio
Favourites
All channels
All channels
Favourite 1
Favourite 2
Favourite 3
Favourite 4
√ EXT1 HDD
√ HDM1 PC
√ 1
√ 2
VRT
√ 3
√ 4
VTM
5
........
CNN
BBC
Rename
list
Favourite 1
√
√
√
√
1
2
3
5
6
VRT
CNN
VTM
BBC
.........
Add channels
1. Press the FAV key.
> The last selected channel list appears.
2. Press the cursor left.
3. Use the cursor up/down to select a list.
4. Press the red colour key to rename the lists if you want to.
5. Press the FAV key again to exit.
To create a favourite list or to modify the list
1. Press the FAV key.
> The last selected channel list appears.
2. Press the cursor left.
3. Select your desired channel list.
4. Press the cursor right.
5. Press the red colour key to add channels.
> All channels present in the list are displayed.The
favourite channels are marked.
6. Use the cursor up/down to select the channel you want to
add to or skip from the list.
7. Press the green colour key to mark or unmark the
highlighted channel and to add it to or remove it from your
selected favourite list.
Note: press the red colour key again to display the list
holding your favourites
8. Press the FAV key again to exit.
> With the –P+ key you will be able to browse through
the TV channels of the selected list.
Note: with the digit keys you can still select channels
which are not marked as favourite.
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Create your favourite channels list (Continued)
EN
To select only TV or only radio channels on the All
channels list
When the All channels list is displayed or selected you may filter
the list and select a list with only the TV channels or a list with
only the radio channels.
1. Press the FAV key.
> The last selected channel list appears.
2. Press the cursor left.
3. Select the All channels list and press the cursor right.
4. Press the red colour key to filter.
5. Select your desired channels list.
6. Press the FAV key again to exit.
> With the –P+ key you will be able to browse through
the TV channels of the filtered list.
Note: the filtering will not be remembered after the TV is
switched off or set to standby.
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (only with Digital TV channels)
The Electronic Programme Guide shows you detailed
information about the current programme and also about the
next programme (only for TV programmes that provide EPG
information).
Note: these instructions may differ according to the type of
Electronic Programme Guide.
a
a
1. Press the a key.
> The EPG screen appears. Dependent on conditions it
may take some time to acquire EPG data.
> The EPG screen updates automatically if the EPG data is
acquired successfully. If not, the EPG screen remains
blank.
> Information about the selected programme appears.
< Use the coloured keys to activate the available EPG features
displayed at the bottom of the screen.
2. To quit the Programme Guide page, press the a key again.
When the type of Electronic Programme Guide
available, displays a list of TV programmes:
1. Use the cursor up/down to select a desired TV programme.
> Information about the selected programme appears.
Tips:
- the EPG screen will not include TV channels which are
not in the Preferred channel list or which are uninstalled
(See Rearrange menu).
- new added channels (via reinstallation or installation) will
have to be marked in the preferred EPG channel list
before you can see EPG data.
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EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (Continued)
a
a
EN
2. Press the green colour key on the remote control to
watch/listen to the selected programme currently on air.
3. Press the red colour key to mark/unmark a reminder on
the selected programme. You can set up to a maximum of
10 reminders.
> The TV will wake up automatically or display a message
when the programme is about to start. Follow the
instructions on screen to watch the programme.
4. Press the yellow colour key to jump to the Next or the
Previous day or back to Today.
5. Press the MENU/BROWSE key, while Programme Guide is
active, to activate the Programme Guide main menu.
° Use the cursor up/down to highlight and select a menu
item.
- What's on allows you to browse through the
programme guide information of your preferred EPG
channels.
- Search by genre allows you to search for the
programmes according to a selected genre.
- Scheduled reminders allows you to view and change
the reminders you have set.
Note: the reminder(s) will wake up your TV from
standby only if you switched off your TV with the B
key on your remote control.
- Preferred EPG channels are the channels from which
the EPG data is currently being acquired.This menu
allows you to mark/unmark (up to 50) preferred EPG
channels.
Programme Guide What’s on
What’s on
12:00 South today
Search by genre
13:30 Working lunch
Scheduled reminders 12:30 Brainteaser
Preferred EPG chann.. 12:00 This is BBC THREE
Acquire EPG data
.........
Note: after the installation of your channels, by default
40 channels with available EPG data will automatically
be marked as preferred EPG channel.
- Acquire EPG data allows you to update the
information for the preferred programme guide
channels. Follow the instructions on screen.
Note: Acquisition of EPG data is done automatically
while watching TV.
Info
6. To quit the Electronic Programme Guide, press the a key
again.
Tips:
- the EPG screen will not include TV channels which are
not in the Preferred channel list or which are uninstalled
(See Rearrange menu).
- new added channels (via reinstallation or installation) will
have to be marked in the preferred EPG channel list
before you can see EPG data.
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Multimedia Browser
EN
The Multimedia browser lets you display pictures, movies or
play audio files stored on a USB device.The Multimedia browser
application is invoked from the main menu.
-Following file formats can be reproduced:
for pictures: JPEG
for audio: MP3, MP3 Pro, LPCM
for video: MPEG1, MPEG2
- Only FAT/DOS-formatted memory devices are supported.
- Philips can not be held responsible if your USB device is not
supported.
a
To view content from a USB device
Tip: if your USB device does not fit into the USB connector at
the side, use an USB extend cable to connect the USB device
to the USB port. Ask your dealer for more information.
To insert a USB device
Note: USB devices are not supplied with this TV.
In case of a USB-memory stick or a digital camera, connect
it to the USB connector at the side. See To make video and
audio connections, Side panel overview, p. 45.
When a USB device is inserted, the Multimedia browser
menu is displayed automatically. See further.
To remove the USB device
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control to
switch off the main menu.
2. Remove the USB device.
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Multimedia Browser (Continued)
Television
Multimedia Browser menu
TV menu
TV channels
Programme guide
Multimedia
USBDevice 1
Picture
Music
London 2005
Picture
The Beatles
Movies
Xmas2004.alb
arnold.jpg
USBDevice 1
Picture
London 2005
London2005
pic001.jpg
The Beatles
pic002.jpg
Xmas2004.alb
pic003.jpg
arnold.jpg
pic004.jpg
USBDevice 1/Picture/London2005
London2005
pic001.jpg
pic001.jpg
pic002.jpg
pic003.jpg
pic004.jpg
USBDevice 1/Picture/London2005
London2005
EN
pic001.jpg
pic001.jpg
Press OK to play.
1. Insert a USB device.
2. Select the USB device under Multimedia with the cursor
up/down.
> The Multimedia browser allows you to browse content
stored on the inserted USB device.
> The 2-panel browser will be shown with the left panel
containing the content types (Music, Pictures, Movies).
> The right panel will display the content that is available
of the selected content type.
3. Press the cursor right to enter the content.
4. Press the cursor up/down to select a content.
5. Press the cursor right to enter the content.
6. Press the cursor up/down to select a file or a directory.
Note: press the green colour key to display all the image
files in the current directory as thumbnails when browsing
pictures. Press the green key again to display the image
files in a list.
7. In case a file is selected, press the OK key to display a
picture file or to play a video or an audio file.
In case a directory, album or playlist is selected, press
the cursor right to enter the content or press the OK key
to start a slide show or a loop playback of the files present.
8. Press the cursor left to keep music playing and switch back
to the Multimedia menu.
9. Press one of the colour keys on the remote control to
perform the corresponding function mentioned at the
bottom of the screen.
Tip: the blue colour key can, if necessary, be used to let
the colour keys reappear.
10. To stop playing content, press the ‡ key on the remote
control.
Notes:
- your TV supports slide shows with background music.
See Annex 3, Philips TV-slideshow format with
background music, p. 61;
- the playback will continue to play even if temporarily
switched to browser screens.The audio will be stopped
when another song starts playing, or when the end has
been reached;
- more technical remarks can be found in Annex 4, Philips
TV-Digital camera and USB issues, p. 63.
Following icons may appear:
folder
self made playlist/album
pictures
video
music
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Multimedia Browser (Continued)
EN
Function keys at the bottom of the screen
Details
to display a description of the selected file
or directory
Transitions
to select if you like to apply a transition
during a slide show
Slide time
to select the duration a picture will be
displayed in a slide show
Rotate
to rotate a picture
Repeat one/all
to repeat the playback of a music file
Shuffle
to shuffle music collections in a random way
Zoom
to select one of the zoom magnifications
(x1, x2, x4) with the cursor up/down.
Additionally you can shift the selected zoom
window over the screen with the cursor
keys.
Full/small screen
to toggle between a full or a small screen
Note: to rotate a picture or to select one of the zoom
magnifications, first stop the slide show with the OK key or
the blue colour key.
Multimedia function keys on the remote control
Ò
‡
π
†
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to fast rewind displaying content
to stop playing content
- to play a single file, start a slide show, playback of a
folder or other collection
- to pause playing content
to fast forward displaying content
Teletext
EN
Note:Teletext is not available via equipment connected to the
HDMI connector.
Most TV channels broadcast information via teletext.
This TV has a 1200 pages memory that will store most
broadcasted pages and subpages to reduce waiting time. After
each programme change, the memory is refreshed.
<
Press b to switch the teletext on.
> The main index page appears on the screen.
a
Select a Teletext page
<
<
Enter the desired page number with the digit keys or with
the -P+ key.
Select the options at the bottom of the screen with the
colour keys.
Previous selected teletext page
<
Press the 0 key.
Select T.O.P. teletext broadcasts
<
v
<
Press i.
> A T.O.P. overview of the teletext subjects available is
displayed.
Select with the cursor up/down, left/right the desired
subject and press the OK key.
Note: not all TV channels broadcast T.O.P. teletext.
Select subpages
When a selected teletext page consists of different
subpages, a list of available subpages appears on the screen.
Press the cursor left or right to select the next or previous
subpage.
Picture/Teletext
1. Press the
2. Press the
screen.
3. Press the
4. Press the
b key.
b key to show Teletext on the right of the
b key to return to a full teletext picture.
b key to return to a full screen picture.
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Teletext (Continued)
EN
Hypertext
With hypertext you can quickly jump to a pagenumber or
search for a specific word shown on the current teletext
page.
a
1. Press the OK key to highlight the first word or a number
on the page.
2. Use the cursor up/down, left/right to select any other word
or number you want to search for.
3. Press the OK key to confirm.The search starts.
> A message appears at the bottom of the screen to
indicate the searching, or that the word or page is not
found.
4. Use the cursor up until the top of the page to exit
hypertext.
Enlarge a Teletext page
<
Press the OPTION key on the remote control repeatedly
to display the upper teletext part, the lower teletext part
and then to return to the normal teletext page size.
Teletext menu
The Teletext menu offers various functions to control teletext.
Menu
Reveal
Off
Cycle subpages
Off
Language
Gr. II
1. Switch teletext on and press the MENU/BROWSE key to
activate the menu.
2. Press the cursor up/down to select the menu items.
3. Press the OK key to activate.
4. Press the MENU/BROWSE key to leave the teletext
menu.
Reveal
Reveals/conceals hidden information on a page, such as
solutions to riddles and puzzles.
Cycle subpages (if subpages are available)
Makes the subpages cycle automatically.
< Press the OK key to activate and to deactivate again.
Language
If the displayed characters on screen do not correspond
with the characters used by the teletext broadcaster, you
can change the language group here.
< Select Group I or Group II with the OK key.
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Teletext (Continued)
EN
Digital text (only for UK)
Some digital channels offer dedicated digital text services (for
example BBCi).
1. Press b to switch Digital text on.
Note: UK only: Digital text is displayed when programmes
are carrying digital text or interactive services.
a
2. To use the digital text, follow the instructions on screen.
3. Depending on the service, you may be asked to use the
cursor keys, the OK key, the coloured keys, the teletext key
and sometimes the digit keys.
4. When you have finished watching teletext, select a different
channel with the -P+ keys or follow the instructions on
screen to return to picture.
5. Press ‡ CANCEL to cancel digital text or interactive
services.
Text info
v
Some digital channels also offer information on the
programme being broadcast. In that case a message may
appear at the bottom of the screen for a few seconds.
Follow the instructions on screen and use the cursor keys
to scroll through the next pages.
Note: digital text will not be available when Subtitles are set
to On in the Features menu.
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To make video and audio connections
EN
Tip: use the inputs that are available on your equipment that provide the best video or audio
performance, as below.
Note: your TV comes with all types of connectors with the exception of the DVI connector but
some of your equipment may be equipped with this type. In this case you'll need a DVI to HDMI
adapter or a HDMI to DVI cable and separate audio cables, all available at your local dealer.
Warning: be sure to connect the DVI output connector first, then connect to the HDMI input on
your TV.
HDMI
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
H
V
Connector cable
Audio connection
required
HDMI
(High-Definition
Multimedia
interface)
No
RGB H/V
Yes
H
L/R
V
EXT3
AUDIO L / R
EXT3
Y
Pb
G
Pr
Component video
(480p/576p/720p/
480i/576i/1080i)
Yes
Scart
No
S-VIDEO
S-Video
Yes
VIDEO
Video
Yes
RF/Coaxial
No
B
R
EXT3
H
L/R
EXT3
AUDIO L / R
EUROCONNECTOR
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Notes:
- cables are often colour-coded to connectors. Connect red to red, white to white....
- component video (YPbPr) connection is necessary to view video sources, for example digital
broadcastings coming from a settop box, in 1080i, 720p, 576i, 576p, 480i or 480p.
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V
To make video and audio connections - Side panel overview
EN
Camera, Camcorder, Game
USB
2
3
1
1. Connect your camera, camcorder or game as
shown.
2. Connect to VIDEO 2 and AUDIO L 3 for
mono equipment. For stereo equipment also
connect AUDIO R 3.
S-VHS quality with an S-VHS camcorder is
obtained by connecting the S-VHS cables with
the S-VIDEO input 1 and AUDIO inputs
3.
Warning: do not connect cable 1 and 2
at the same time.This may cause picture
distortion !
Headphone
1. Insert the plug into the headphone socket L
as shown.
2. The headphone impedance must be between 8
and 4000 Ohm.The headphone socket has a
3.5 mm jack.
In the Sound menu select Headphone
volume to adjust the headphone volume.
Tip: Press ¬ on the remote control to
switch off the internal loudspeakers of the TV.
USB
See Multimedia browser, p. 38.
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To make video and audio connections - Rear panel overview
EN
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
VCR
COMMON INTERFACE
o
o
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
o
ANTENNA
o
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DIGITAL AUDIO IN
L o AUDIO OUT o R
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
DVD player
VGA
Satellite
receiver
PC - VGA
Cable box
CABLE
1 DVD recorder - 1 VCR
2 DVD recorders
2 VCRs
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
EXT3
Decoder
VCR
EXT2
EXT1
Decoder
Decoder
ON INTERFACE
o
o
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
o
o
ANTENNA
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DIGITAL AUDIO IN
L o AUDIO OUT o R
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
Analogue
Home Cinema
amplifier
DVI
PC DVI
DVD player
DVI
Cable box
DVD player
DVI
Cable box
Game console
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Analogue
Home Cinema
amplifier
Digital
Home Cinema
amplifier
Connect a VCR or DVD recorder
EN
Warning: do not place your recorder too close to the screen as some recorders may be susceptible
for signals from the display. Keep a minimum distance of 0,5 m from the screen.
EXT2
EXT
1/2
EXT1
CABLE
1
o
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
o
ANTENNA
L o AUDIO OUT o R
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
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3
2
With a eurocable
1. Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2 as
shown.
2. Connect the eurocable 3 as shown.
3. Make your selection of the source to which
the VCR has been connected in the Installation
menu, Select your connections, p. 33.
RECORDER
With the aerial cable only
CABLE
1
o
ANTENNA
o
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DIGITAL AUDIO IN
L o AUDIO OUT o R
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
2
1. Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2 as
shown.
2. Tune in your recorder’s testsignal and store the
testsignal under programme number 0.
See Analogue: manual installation, p. 30.
See also the handbook of your recorder.
RECORDER
Connect a decoder and a VCR
4
RECORDER
DECODER
Connect a eurocable 4 to your decoder and
to the special euroconnector of your recorder.
See also the handbook of your recorder.
Tip: you can also connect your decoder
directly to EXT1 or EXT2 with a eurocable.
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Connect two VCRs or VCR and DVD recorder
EN
Note: you can not record signals from equipment connected to the YPbPr input.
EXT2
With eurocables
EXT1
EXT
1/2
CABLE
o
o
ANTENNA
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L o AUDIO OUT o R
3
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
With aerial cables only
4
1
5
2
RECORDER
1. Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2 as
shown.
2. Connect your VCRs or DVD-recorder to
EXT1 and 2 with the eurocables 4 and 5.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33, and link it to EXT1 or 2.
RECORDER
1. Connect the aerial cables 1, 2 and 3 as
shown.
2. Tune in your recorder’s testsignal and store the
testsignal under programme number 0.
See Analogue: manual installation, p. 30.
See also the handbook of your recorder.
Connect a satellite receiver
EXT2
EXT
1/2
EXT1
1
o
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With a eurocable
1. Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2 as
shown.
2. Connect your satellite receiver to EXT1 and 2
with a eurocable 3.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33, and link it to EXT1 or 2.
3
With Component Video connectors
See Connect a DVD player, a satellite receiver
or a cable box, p. 50.
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Connect a DVD player, Cable box or game console
EN
Tip: if necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the centre of the screen with the cursor keys.
With a HDMI connector
HDMI 1/2
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HDMI 2
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HDMI is the leading new standard for Digital video
and audio interconnection.
1. Connect your equipment with the HDMI
connector.
2. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33, and link it to HDMI1 or 2.
HDMI
Note: in case of any problems, see Annex 5:
Issues referring to connected peripherals with a
HDMI connector, p. 64.
Connect a DVD player or Cable box
Tip: if necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the centre of the screen with the cursor keys.
Y
Pb
With a DVI connector
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
H
V
EXT3
EXT2
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o
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HDMI 2
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HDMI
1
2
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
Note: only a DVD player with DVI with digital
sound can be connected to the HDMI
connector.
1. Connect the DVI to HDMI cable to one of the
HDMI connectors of your TV 1.
2. Connect the audio cable 2 to the DIGITAL
AUDIO IN connector of the TV.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33 and link it HDMI 1 or 2.
4. Also select Digital audio in in the same
Connections menu.
DVI
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EN
Tip: if necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the centre of the screen with the cursor keys.
With Component Video Connectors
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
1. Connect the three separate component video
cables 1 to the YPbPr jacks on the DVD
player and to the Y, Pb and Pr jacks of EXT3
on the TV.
2. Connect the audio cable 2 to the digital out
of the equipment and to the DIGITAL
AUDIO IN connector of the TV.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33 and link it to EXT3. Also select Digital
audio in in the same Connections menu.
4. In case of a DVD player with analogue audio,
connect the audio cable to the DVD’s audio L
and R jacks and to the L/R AUDIO jack of
EXT3 3.
5. In case of a cable box and/or a satellite
receiver also connect the cable TV cable and/or
the satellite antenna cable 4 and the aerial
cable 5.
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
EXT3 :
YPbPr
EXT3 :
AUDIO L/R
3
1
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
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DIGITAL
AUDIO
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2
DVD
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
EXT3 :
YPbPr
EXT3 :
AUDIO L/R
3
CABLE
Notes:
- cables are often colour coded. Connect red to
red, white to white, etc..;
- the labels for the component video sockets may
differ depending on the DVD player connected.
Although the abbreviations may vary, the letters
B and R stand for the blue and red component
signals, respectively, and Y indicates the
luminance signal. Refer to the DVD player’s
instructions for use for definitions and
connection details;
- to get an optimal viewing, it is advised to switch
your equipment to the highest possible
supported display modes.
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Warning: in case you notice scrolling images,
wrong colours or no colour, no picture, or even
combinations of these on your screen, verify if
the connections are done in the correct way and
if the resolution and the signal standard of the
connected equipment are set in the right way.
See the handbook for your equipment.
Connect a PC
EN
Notes:
- only a PC with digital sound can be connected to the HDMI connection;
- if your PC does not have digital sound output, connect your PC via a VGA connector;
- before connecting your PC to the TV, select your PC monitor settings to a refresh frequency of
60 Hz;
- supported PC monitor modes:
VGA 640 x 480
SVGA 800 x 600
XGA 1024 x 768
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
EXT3
EXT2
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o
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HDMI 2
o
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PC equipped with a DVI connector:
1. Use a DVI to HDMI cable to connect to one of
the HDMI connectors of your TV 1.
2. Connect the audio cable 2 to the DIGITAL
AUDIO IN connector of the TV.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33, and link it to HDMI 1 or 2.
4. Also select Digital audio in in the same
Connections menu.
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
1
2
DVI
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
PC equipped with a VGA connector:
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
EXT3 :
RGB H/V
1
EXT3 :
AUDIO L/R
1. Use a VGA to RGB H/V cable 1 to connect
to the RGB H/V connectors of your TV.
2. Connect the audio cable 2 to the AUDIO R
(right) and L (left) inputs of the TV.
3. Select the equipment you have connected in
the Installation menu, Select your connections,
p. 33.
VGA
2
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Connect a Home Cinema amplifier
EN
Y
Pb
Pr
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
Digital Home Cinema amplifier
<
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
Connect a digital Home Cinema amplifier to
the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT connector 1 at
the bottom of the TV.
Tip: to avoid visible delay between picture
and sound, use this DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
connector to connect your Home Cinema
amplifier.
o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
o
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
L o AUDIO OUT o R
1
DIGI
AU
O
Y
Pb
Pr
Analogue Home Cinema amplifier
G
B
R
AUDIO L/R
V
H
<
EXT3
EXT2
EXT1
EXT
1/2
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o DIGITAL
OUT AUDIO
1
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
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According to the type of connector cables and
the connector input available on your Home
Cinema amplifier, connect your receiver to the
AUDIO OUT L and R connectors 3 or to
EXT1 or 2 2 at the bottom or the rear of
the TV.
Use the Common Interface slot
EN
Warning: switch off your TV before any module is inserted in the Common Interface slot.
Note: this functionality is only available in certain countries.
COMMON INTERFACE
COMMON INTERFACE
COMMON INTERFACE
o
o
o
o
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
TOP
To receive scrambled DTV signals you will need a
CA (Conditional Access) module and a Smart card
provided by the service provider.
A CA module can enable additional services, for
example Pay TV.
Contact your Common Interface service provider
to get more information about these modules.
Although CA module types may vary dependent
on the manufacturer, each one of the CA modules
supports a certain kind of encryption system.Your
TV supports CA modules to work with the DVB-T
standard.
Note that a smart card may only be valid for a
single broadcast channel.
CA modules and smart cards are neither supplied
nor optional accessories from Philips.
The CA module is responsible for the messages
and texts on screen. In case of failure or strange
behaviour, you must call your CI service
broadcaster.
Insert a CA module
<
Insert the specified Conditional Access module
into the Common Interface slot as far as it will
go. It may take a few minutes before the CA
module is activated and service information is
downloaded.
Warning: when you connect the CA module
incorrectly, it may damage the card and the TV.
After inserting a card, leave it in the slot
permanently. Do not remove it from the slot
unless asked to do so. For example, your card
has to be in the slot when your CI service
broadcaster wants to download new information
to the smart card. Once the CA module is
removed, your TV will no longer decrypt
scrambled digital DVB-T channels.
To access common interface applications, see TV
menu, Adjust feature menu settings, Common
Interface, p. 26.
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Select connected equipment
EN
Before operating your connected equipment you have to make
a selection in the Installation, Select your connections menu,
p. 33.
a
Press the MENU/BROWSE key.
Select TV menu and press the cursor right.
Select Installation.
Press the cursor right.
Select Connections.
Press the cursor right.
Select the input to which the peripheral equipment is
connected.
8. Press the cursor right again to enter the list of types of
peripherals connected to the selected input
9. Select the peripheral equipment with the cursor up/down.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Record with your recorder
Note: to record digital programmes to an analogue recorder, the TV needs to be switched on and
tuned to that digital programmes.
Record a TV programme
You can record a TV programme using your recorders tuner
without affecting your TV.
1. Select the channel number on your recorder.
2. Set your recorder to record.
See the handbook for your recorder.
Note: when recording analogue progammes, switching
channel numbers on your TV does not disturb recording !
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Audio- and video equipment keys
EN
Most of the audio and video equipment from our range of
products can be operated with the remote control of your TV.
Press one of the keys after you pressed one of the mode keys
(DVD, STB, VCR, AUX) according to the equipment you want to
operate with this remote control.
See Use of the Remote control, p. 5-6.
B
®
Ò
a
‡
π
†
i
MENU/BROWSE
-P+
0 to 9
cursor up/down
cursor left/right
0
b
to switch to standby
for record,
for rewind (VCR, CD);
search down (DVD)
for stop,
for play, for pause
for fast forward (VCR, CD);
search up (DVD)
to display information
to switch the menu on or off
for chapter, channel, track selection
digit entry,
to select the next or the previous disc
(CD)
to select the previous or following
track (CD)
to select a DVD title/chapter;
index (AUX)
to select your choice of
subtitle language (DVD)
Normal mode: if no action is being undertaken within 30
seconds, the remote control returns to TV mode.
Expert mode: in Expert mode the remote will stay in the
selected mode even when the 30 seconds time-out is elapsed.
v
To select between Normal and Expert mode
1. Select TV mode with the TV key.
2. Press the OK key simultaneously with the ¬ key for four
seconds.
> When the B key is On for one second, the Expert mode
is selected and the remote control will remain in the
mode selected.
3. Select the desired mode (DVD, STB, VCR, AUX)
4. To go back to the TV mode, select TV and repeat steps
1 to 3.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible cause/Remedy
No picture
< Verify if the supplied cables are connected properly. (The aerial cable to the
TV, the other aerial to your recorder, the power cables, ..)
< Verify if you selected the correct source.
< Verify if the child lock has been switched off.
Poor picture
< Verify in the Manual installation menu if you have selected the correct TV
system.
< Verify if your TV or house aerial isn't located too close to loudspeakers,
non-earthed audio equipment or neon lights, etc.
< Mountains or high buildings can cause double pictures or ghost images.
Sometimes you can improve the picture quality by changing the direction of
the aerial.
< Is the picture or teletext unrecognisable or do you experience bad teletext
reception ? Verify if you have entered the correct frequency, or fine tune the
frequency for that specific channel or adjust the antenna direction if the problem
isn’t solved by finetuning. See Installation,Analogue: manual installation, p. 30.
Poor colour
< Select Factory settings in the Installation menu.
< Verify the connections between the optional equipment and the TV.
No sound
< Verify if the volume isn't at minimum.
< Verify if the sound hasn't been muted with the ¬ key.
Verify the connections between the optional equipment and the TV.
No digital channels
< Contact your dealer about Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial signal availability in
your country.
No subtitles
(UK ONLY)
< Under certain circumstances Digital text or interactive services may have priority
The remote does
not function
< Verify if the remote is set correctly for the equipment your are using.
< Verify if the batteries are not dead. Replace the batteries.
over subtitles.This can result in the subtitles not automatically reappearing when
leaving Digital text or interactive services on a channel which is broadcasting
subtitles. In these cases subtitles can be initialised, either by toggling the OPTION
or the MENU key on the remote control or by changing channel.
You can still use the keys at the left side of the TV.
< Select TV mode on your remote control.
< When pressing a key and some key leds are blinking with a higher speed and lower
intensity than in a normal working condition, and your TV does not react on the
key press, remove the batteries out of the remote control and put them back again.
The remote of
connected equipment does not
function well
< The infrared signals of the screen may influence the reception sensibility
No photo or music
play or in poor
quality
< Verify if the source complies with a supported code.
No stable or not
synchronised VGA
picture
< Verify if you have selected the correct VGA mode in your PC.
No solution found
for your picture or
sound problem
< Switch off your TV off and then on again once.
Red blinking led
< Unplug the mains cord for 10 seconds and insert it in again.
of other peripherals.
Solution: replace the batteries of the remote of other peripheral
equipment.
See Connect a PC, p. 51.
< Verify the connections between the TV and the PC.
Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself.
Verify with your dealer or call a TV technician.
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Annex 1:To set the remote control to work a Philips DVD or DVD/R
Your TV remote control gives you the opportunity to control
your Philips DVD or DVD/R.
1. Press the DVD mode key for 4 seconds until the LED lights
up constantly
2. Enter the code 500 with the digit keys for a Philips DVD
player.
Enter the code 542 with the digit keys for a Philips DVD
recorder.
> All mode LEDs will blink fast for 3 seconds as a
confirmation you entered the correct code.
If you entered a wrong code all mode LEDs will stay on
for 2 seconds. Redo Step 2.
> Your remote control is in the DVD or DVD/R mode.
a
To cancel the selected mode
<
Press the DVD mode key for 4 seconds.
> The remote control will return to TV mode.
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Annex 2 - Philips TV software upgrade with portable memory
EN
Introduction
Philips offers software upgrade capability for your TV using
portable memory. After you have completed a software
upgrade, your TV will typically perform better.
What improvements are made depends on the upgrade
software you are using as well as the software your TV
contained before the upgrade.
You can execute the software upgrade procedure yourself.
Be aware that the content of this document is addressing
technical or software skilled users.
To prepare a portable memory for software upgrade
For the procedure you will require:
- a personal computer with web browsing capability;
- an archive utility that supports the ZIP-format (e.g.WinZip for
Windows or Stuffit for Mac OS);
- a preferably empty USB memory stick.
Note: only FAT/DOS-formatted portable memory is
supported.
New software can be obtained from your dealer or can be
downloaded from the www.philips.com/support website:
1. Go to www.philips.com/support using the web browser
on your PC.
2. Follow the procedure to find the information and the
software related to your TV.
3. Select the latest software upgrade file and download it to
your PC.
4. Decompress the ZIP-file and copy the file “autorun.upg” to
the root directory of the USB portable memory.
TV menu
Note: only use software upgrades that can be found on the
www.philips.com/support web site.
Installation
Software upgrade
Current softw. info
.............
Local upgrades
Time zone
Announcement
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Info
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To verify the version of the TV software
Before you start the software upgrade procedure, it is advised
to check what the current TV software is.
1. Select Software Upgrade in the TV menu, Installation,
Software upgrade.
2. Press the cursor right.
> The Software Upgrade menu moves to the left panel.
3. Select Current Software Info to observe the version and
the description of the current software.
Annex 2 (Continued)
EN
Automatic software upgrade procedure
Software Upgrade Application
Upgrade busy...
Software Id:
TL32E-234
Loading
Done
Validating
Done
1. Switch off your TV and remove all memory devices.
2. Insert the USB portable memory that contains the
downloaded software upgrade.
3. Switch on your TV with the power key B at the side of the
TV.
4. At startup the TV will scan the USB portable memory until
it finds the update content.The TV will automatically go to
the upgrade mode. After a few seconds it will display the
status of the upgrade procedure.
Programming
Warning:
- you are not allowed to remove the USB portable
memory during the software upgrade procedure;
- in case of a power drop during the upgrade procedure,
don’t remove the USB portable memory from the TV.
The TV will continue the upgrade as soon as the power
comes back;
- if you try to upgrade to a software version lower than
the current version, a confirmation will be asked.
Downgrading to older software should only be done in
case of real necessity;
- if an error occurs during the upgrade you should retry
the procedure or contact your dealer;
- the automatic software upgrade procedure will only start
if the version on the USB portable memory is different
from the one in the TV.
5. When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB
portable memory and restart your TV with the power
switch B at the side of the TV.
Your TV will start up with the new software.
Note: once the upgrade is finished use your PC to
remove the TV software from your USB portable memory.
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Annex 2 (Continued)
Manual software upgrade procedure
TV menu
Installation
.............
Time zone
Channels
Preferences
Connections
Decoder
Factory settings
Software upgrade
Software upgrade
Current softw. info
Local upgrades
Announcement
Info
For a manual software upgrade copy the “autorun.upg” file
in a directory called “Upgrades” located in the root of the
USB portable memory.You can rename the file if you like
but keep the .upg extension.
1. Insert the portable memory that contains the downloaded
software upgrade.
2. Select Software Upgrade in the Installation menu. Go to
Local upgrades.
The TV will list all compatible software available on the USB
portable memory and display the data for each selected
upgrade version.
3. Select the correct upgrade version and press the red colour
key to start the upgrade.
Your TV will restart and will automatically go to the upgrade
mode. After a few seconds it will display the status of the
upgrade procedure.
Warning: if you try to upgrade to a software version
equal or lower than the current version, a confirmation
will be asked. Downgrading to older software should only
be done in case of real necessity.
4. When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB
portable memory and restart your TV with the power
switch B at the side of the TV.Your TV will start up with
the new software.
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Annex 3 - Philips TV-Slideshow Format with background music
Notes:
- the latest version of this document can be found on the Philips support website
(www.philips.com/support).
Use the type number of your TV to find this documentation and other related files.
- Philips can’t be held responsible for any problems that may occur as a result of the content in this
document. Errors reported to Philips will be adapted and published on the Philips support website
as soon as possible.
Introduction
This document explains how to make a Philips slideshow file with background audio.
Be aware that the content of this document is addressing technical or software skilled users.
To start the slideshow open the slideshow file in the Multimedia browser of your TV.
1. Press the MENU/BROWSE key on the remote control after having inserted a USB device and
switched on the TV.
2. Go to where you stored the slideshow file (.alb) on your portable memory.
3. Select the slideshow file and press the OK key to start the slide show.
4. To stop a slide show, press the ‡ key.
General Rules
- The slideshow will use plain ASCII XML syntax to allow the creation and editing of the slideshow
files using simple tools.
- All references to network content must be based on the global address of the content.
- Content on a Portable Memory (PM) doesn't have a global address; as a result content from a PM
can never be referenced from a slideshow not stored on the PM itself.
- To maintain portability, a slideshow stored on a PM should ONLY reference content on the same
PM. Referencing global addresses can result in inconsistencies if the PM is used on a nonnetworked CE device. The latter is however not forbidden, it is only a recommendation.
- It is preferable that URL’s referencing PM content are based on a relative path starting from the
directory where the slideshow is stored. This path includes the device or drive name of the PM.
An absolute path to content will also be supported.
- relative path: pictures\test1.jpg, tamper.jpg, ..\new\bird.jpg, …
- absolute path: USB1:\pictures1\foo_bar.jpg, C:\f1.jpg, \organization.jpg, …
General Format
The format and syntax below will be used to create the slideshow file (simple ascii text) with the
extension .alb (.ALB). Examples: slshow1.alb, summer_holiday_2004.ALB, test.alb, …
The following syntax should be used to create the text file:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-885h9-1" ?>
<philips-slideshow version="1.0" >
<title>Title of the slideshow</title>
<audio>audio_url</audio>
<slide-duration>30</slide-duration>
<slides>
<slide>slide_1_url</slide>
<slide>slide_2_url</slide>
<slide>slide_3_url</slide>
<slide>slide_4_url</slide>
<slide>slide_5_url</slide>
<slide>slide_6_url</slide>
...
<slide>slide_N-1_url</slide>
<slide>slide_N_url</slide>
</slides>
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Annex 3 (Continued)
Supported XML-tags
The following table gives a description of the XML syntax.
Tag Name
Use
philips-slideshow mandatory
Description
Philips slideshow signature including the version.
title
optional
The title of the playlist.
audio
optional
The audio-URL following this tag will define the music playing
in the background during the slideshow.
A single song or playlist (.m3u & .pls) are the only valid audio
references. Other reference will not result in any audio
playback. If a single song is referenced the song will be
repeated forever. If a playlist is referenced the playlist will be
played in sequence with a repeat at the end of the playlist.
slide-duration
optional
The default display time (in 0,1 second) of a slide. The TV
application isn’t obliged to support this tag. The TV application
can force the use of one or multiple predefined display times.
slides
mandatory
Identifies the slides to show.
slide
optional
Identifies the URL of the individual slide.
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Annex 4 - Philips TV - Digital camera and USB issues
EN
Notes:
- the latest version of this document can be found on the Philips support website
(www.philips.com/support);
- the software of your TV is upgradeable. If you have problems first check if you have the latest
software installed on your TV. The latest software, together with instructions, can be found on the
Philips support website. Use the type number of your TV to find this documentation and other
related files.
- Philips can’t be held responsible neither for any errors in the content of this document nor for any
problems as a result of the content in this document. Errors reported to Philips will be adapted
and published on the Philips support website as soon as possible.
Digital Camera Issues
If a USB connection between your digital camera and the TV isn’t working, you can try the
solutions below to resolve your problem.
- Make sure your digital camera is switched on and verify if the configuration of your digital camera
is correct (see the manual of your digital camera for more information).
- Some digital cameras allow you to switch off the USB interface. Make sure that the USB interface
is switched on before connecting to the TV.
- If you have a digital camera with only internal memory (no removable memory) you can try to
copy the content manually to a USB memory device using a personal computer.
- Some digital cameras allow you to switch between PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) or “PC Link”
and USB Mass Storage. Make sure that you select USB Mass Storage or “PC Drive” on your
digital camera.
- If your camera supports different interface settings be sure to try them one by one or contact
the reseller of your camera to find out the correct setting.
USB Memory Device Issues
- Devices connected to the USB port of your TV must be “Mass Storage Class” compliant. If your
device (digital camera. MP3 player, portable harddisk, …) is not “Mass Storage Class” compliant it
will not be detected by the content browser of the TV.
- The following subsets of the Mass Storage Class specification are supported:
The implementation of the TV is based on the “Universal Serial Bus Mass Storage Class
Specification Overview” (v1.2, June 23, 2003) including all documents referenced by the
document. The document can be found on the USB standardisation website (www.usb.org).
Full support of the USB Mass Storage Class Bulk-Only Transport (bInterfaceProtocol = 50h).
Full support of SubClass Code = 05h; SFF-8070i spec.
Full support of SubClass Code = 06h; SCSI transparent command set.
- For large USB memory devices, when you are in the Content Browser, it may take a long time
before you can access your files.
- When using a USB portable harddisk: Due to the high power consumption of the harddisk, it is
advised to use the external power supply of the portable harddisk to guarantee proper working
under all conditions.
Digital Content Issues
• Only FAT (DOS) formatted (initialized) portable memory is supported. Errors in this formatting
can result in unreadable content. If such problems appear try to re-format the card. Be aware that
formatting the card will also delete all the content on it (pictures, music, …).
• The maximum size of any multimedia file should never exceed 4Gbyte.
• Do not use a dot “.” in folder naming.
• If video streams are supporting multiple audio tracks the first audio track will automatically be
selected, the other audio tracks can’t be selected.
• External subtitle files (e.g. DivX.srt subtitle files) are not supported.
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Annex 5 - Issues referring to connected peripherals with a HDMI connector
Note: teletext will not be available via equipment connected to a HDMI connector.
The HDMI IN connector allows the following TV and monitor display modes:
HD Standard Definition TV (SDTV)
Enhanced Definition TV (EDTV)
640x480p
720x480p
720x576p
High Definition TV (HDTV)
1920x1080i
1280x720p
PC VGA
SVGA
XGA
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-
640x480i
720x480i
720x576i
640x480
800x600
1024x768
If necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the centre of the screen with the cursor keys.
Due to legal requirements, it is possible that with certain copy protected PCM audio qualities from
a peripheral equipment connected to the HDMI input, the Digital audio output signal is muted.
Your TV supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).This is a system for
protecting DVD content outputted via HDMI from being copied. It provides a secure digital link
between a video source (DVD, PC, etc.) and your TV. Content is encrypted at the source
peripheral equipment to prevent unauthorised copies from being made.
Proper working is only guaranteed with HDMI compliant consumer products.
Digital peripheral equipments from different manufacturers have the possibility of differing output
standards which may cause difficulties for the television to properly display.
In case no signal is detected from your HDMI equipment, switch off the HDMI equipment and then
on again.
To get an optimal viewing, it is advised to switch your DVD player, Blu-Ray of HD settop box to the
highest possible supported display modes.
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Index
active control ........................... 17
ambilight .................................... 20
analogue: manual installation . 30
antenna......................................... 4
audio receiver .......................... 52
audio equipment keys............. 55
auto format............................... 17
automatic installation.............. 28
avl (audio volume leveller)..... 19
balance ....................................... 18
batteries ................................ 4, 66
brightness .................................. 15
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fine tune..................................... 30
first time installation ................. 9
game...................................... 45,49
HDMI connector ..................... 49
headphone................................. 45
headphone volume .................. 19
hearing impaired................. 23,27
home cinema amplifier ........... 52
hue .............................................. 15
hypertext................................... 42
installation menu...................... 27
camera ....................................... 45
camcorder................................. 45
care of the screen ..................... 2
change code ............................ 25
channel list........................... 11,35
child lock ................................... 24
clock ............................................. 7
colour......................................... 15
colour enhancement............... 17
colour keys.................................. 5
common interface slot ........... 26
comp. video connectors.....48,50
connections............................... 44
contrast ..................................... 15
country selection..................... 28
cursor keys.................................. 5
custom colour.......................... 22
custom tint................................ 16
decoder...................................... 33
delta volume ............................. 19
demo .......................................... 26
digital audio language.............. 18
digital natural motion ............. 16
digital subtitle language .......... 23
digital teletext .......................... 43
digital: test reception .............. 29
digital TV ...................................... 8
DNR ........................................... 16
dual I/II ....................................... 19
DVB-T .......................................... 8
DVD player ............................... 49
DVD recorder.......................... 48
DVI connector.................... 49,51
dynamic contrast ..................... 16
EPG ........................................... 36
equalizer .................................... 19
euroconnector .............. 47,48,52
factory settings.........................
favourite key .............................
favourite channel list...............
features adjustment menu .....
34
35
35
23
language preferences............... 27
light sensor ............................... 17
location ...................................... 32
manual installation................... 30
menu key ................................... 11
MPEG reduction ...................... 17
multimedia browser ................ 38
mute key ...................................... 5
navigate through the menus.. 11
on screen language .................... 9
on screen information .............. 6
on timer..................................... 25
option key ................................... 7
OK key......................................... 5
PC ............................................... 51
picture adjustment menu....... 15
picture format .......................... 17
PIN code ................................... 25
pixel plus.................................... 16
preferences menu.................... 32
preferred audio language ....... 27
preferred subtitle language.... 27
previous channel ........................ 6
programme title ....................... 32
safety warnings ........................... 2
satellite receiver ...................... 48
search for channels ................. 27
select your connections......... 33
select connected equipment . 54
set code ..................................... 25
settings assistant ...................... 10
side connectors ....................... 45
sharpness................................... 15
sleeptimer ................................. 24
slideshow format ..................... 61
software upgrade ............... 34,58
sound adjustment menu......... 18
standby key.................................. 5
store channels .......................... 28
subtitles...................................... 23
surround mode ........................ 19
switch the TV on........................ 8
teletext ......................................
teletext menu ...........................
teletext 2.5................................
time zone selection.................
tint ..............................................
T.O.P. teletext pages................
troubleshooting........................
tv menu settings ......................
41
42
32
28
15
41
56
13
uninstall...................................... 31
usb connector .......................... 45
usb device.................................. 38
video equipment keys............. 55
volume ...........................................5
VCR ............................................ 47
quick access menu..................... 7
radio channels ..........................
rear panel overview ................
rearrange channel list .............
record a TV programme ........
recycling.....................................
reinstall ......................................
28
46
31
54
66
31
remote control........................... 5
reset factory settings.............. 34
rename ....................................... 31
reshuffle ..................................... 31
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Recycling
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Recycling
Disposal of batteries
R The packaging of this product is intended to
be recycled. Apply to the local authorities for
correct disposal.
The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy
metals mercury and cadmium. Please check on
how to dispose of exhausted batteries according
to local regulations.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with
highly quality material and components, which can
be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product, it
means the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products. Please act according to your local rules
and do not dispose of your old products with
your normal household waste.
The correct disposal of your old product will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
Product information
- Your TV consumes energy in standby mode. Energy consumption contributes to air and
water pollution.Very low standby power consumption.
- Specifications: see the product leaflet on www. philips. com/support.
- If you need further assistance, please call the customer support service in your country.
The corresponding telephone numbers and addresses are given in the supplied Worldwide guarantee
booklet.
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