Philips 50PF9630A 50" plasma flat HDTV

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CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This “bolt of lightning” indicates
uninsulated material within your unit
may cause an electrical shock. For the safety
of everyone in your household, please do not
remove product covering.
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The “exclamation point” calls attention
to features for which you should read
the enclosed literature closely to prevent
operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING:To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, this apparatus should not be
exposed to rain or moisture and objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, should not
be placed on this apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock,
match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully
insert.
ATTENTION : Pour éviter les chocs
électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de
la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
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Enter below the Serial No., which is
located on the rear of the cabinet. Retain
this information for future reference.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read before operating equipment
1.
2.
3.
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6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and third grounding prong.The wide blade or third prong are
provided for your safety.When the provided plug does not fit
into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the
obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus.When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13.Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been
spilled or objects have fallen into apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
15.This product may contain lead or mercury. Disposal of these
materials may be regulated due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries
Alliance: www.eiae.org.
16.Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be
serviced by qualified service personnel when:
A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
17.Tilt/Stability - All televisions must comply with
recommended international global safety standards for tilt and
stability properties of its cabinets design.
• Do not compromise these design standards by applying
excessive pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet
which could ultimately overturn the product.
• Also, do not endanger yourself, or children, by placing
electronic equipment/toys on the top of the cabinet. Such
items could unsuspectingly fall from the top of the set and
cause product damage and/or personal injury.
18.Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
19.Power Lines - An outdoor antenna should be located away
from power lines.
20.Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna is
connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage
surges and built up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA No.
70-1984, provides information with respect to proper
grounding of the mats and supporting structure grounding of
the lead-in wire to an antenna-discharge unit, size of grounding
connectors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes and requirements for the grounding
electrode. See Figure below.
21.Objects and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that
objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the
enclosure through openings.
a) Warning:To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this
apparatus should not be exposed to rain or moisture and
objects filled with liquids, such as vases should not be placed
on this apparatus.
22.Battery Usage CAUTION - To prevent battery leakage that
may result in bodily injury, property damage, or damage to the
unit:
• Install all batteries correctly, with + and - alignment as
marked on the unit.
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline,
etc.)
• Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long time.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (NEC)
GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC
SECTION
810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
Note to the CATV system installer: this reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
Contents
Help?
If this instruction manual does not give
an answer or if ‘Before Calling Service’
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 Serial
number which you can find at the back
of your television set or on the packaging,
ready, before calling the Philips helpline
1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477)
Model: 42PF9630A/37
50PF9630A/37
42PF9730A/37
42PF9630A/96
50PF9630A/96
Serial No: .................................................
Care of the screen
See Tips, p. 44.
R End of life directives
Philips is paying a lot of attention to producing
environmentally-friendly in green focal areas.
Your new TV contains materials which can be
recycled and reused. At the end of its life
specialized companies can dismantle the
discarded TV to concentrate the reusable
materials and to minimize the amount of
materials to be disposed of.
Please ensure you dispose of your old TV
according to local regulations.
Digital Cable TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Buttons on the right of the TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
My Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Use of the remote control RC4318 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
To use the menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Introduction
9
How to navigate through the Settings menus
9
Demo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Select the menu language
10
Store TV channels
10
Weak channel installation
11
Software upgrade
11
Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Preferences
12
Source
16
Clock
17
CableCARD applications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
TV menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Picture menu
19
Sound menu
21
Features menu
22
Ambilight menu
23
Channels menu
24
Multimedia browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Viewing content from a Memory card / USB device
27
Multimedia Browser menu
28
Connect Accessory Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Recorder (vcr-dvd+rw)
30
Recorder and other A/V devices
31
Recorder and cable box with RF output
32
Recorder and Satellite Receiver / cable box with AV outputs
33
Satellite Receiver / cable box with AV outputs
33
DVD Player or other accessory digital source devices
34
Digital Surround receiver
35
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) connectors
35
Side connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
To select connected devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Record with your recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Record a TV program
37
Record a program from monitor out
37
Audio- and video equipment buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Setting the remote control to work accessory devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Code setup
39
To cancel the selected mode
39
Learnable remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
To put the remote control function buttons back to the factory mode
42
Before Calling Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Glossary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Annex 1 - Philips TV software upgrade with portable memory . . . . . . . 46
Annex 2 - Philips TV Slideshow Format with background music . . . . . . 48
Annex 3 - Philips TV - Portable Memory and USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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Digital Cable TV
Your new TV is provided with a special slot called a CableCARD™ which
means that you do not need a separate set top box to receive digital cable
SDTV and HDTV programs. However it is still possible to connect a set top
box to your TV.
The CableCARD, which will be available from your cable system operator, is
designed only for that particular digital cable TV system. If you need to get
digital cable TV from a different system, simple swap your old CableCARD for a
new one.
Cable systems can provide a wide range of digital TV programs and even
specialized digital audio channels.
Cable TV systems can offer many local-interest channels you won’t see off-air
or from a satellite broadcast. Examples include local school and community
access channels.
Cable CARD INTERFACE
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CableCARD™ *
A CableCARD is a removable card distributed by cable companies, that is
inserted into the CableCARD slot at the bottom of your television.
CableCARD allows you to tune digital and high definition scrambled or
encrypted cable channels through the cable antenna. Consult your cable
company on the availability of CableCARD.The CableCARD is required to
receive premium digital TV channels and services (where available) through the
cable.
A CableCARD functionality includes conditional access and copy protection.
See settings menu, CableCARD applications, p. 18.
Note: Do not insert a PCMCIA card into the CableCARD slot.
* CableCARD™ is a trademark of Cable Television
Laboratories, Inc.
Preparation
Do not insert the power plug in a wall socket or hang the TV to the wall
before all connections are made.
& Place the TV on a solid surface or place the TV on the supplied stand.
For the mounting instructions of the stand, see the separate leaflet
supplied.
For ventilation, leave at least 4” to 6” free all around the TV.
Do not place the TV on a carpet.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.
Mounting the TV on the wall
This TV provides the VESA mounting interface (not supplied) and is VESA
compatible with the 4 supplied VESA studs to be inserted in the back of the
TV.
Caution: Installing the TV requires special skill that should only be
performed by qualified personnel.You should not attempt to do the work
yourself. Philips bears no responsibility for improper mounting or mounting
that results in accident or injury.
Make sure that the wall mount is being fixed securely enough so that it
meets safety standards.
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é Basic connections to the TV
Your integrated digital TV automatically decodes and displays the four basic
DTV picture resolution standards.
- SDTV (Standard Definition TV) are broadcast as 480i (480-line interlaced)
or 480p (480-line progressive scan) video.
- HDTV (High-Definition TV) are broadcast either in the 1080i or 720p
formats, always with a widescreen picture.
Note: Progressive scan video (p) is more like that you see in a movie theater.
Images are much more distinct and free of flicker, and motion is smoother.
Next to analog NTSC broadcast reception, your TV has an integrated High
Definition TV tuner which receives, decodes and displays terrestrial ATSC
and unscrambled cable (QAM) signals. HDTV quality is only reproduced
when a broadcaster or cable provider broadcasts HDTV signals.
Note: Ask your broadcaster or cable box provider to transmit/enable HD content
to your home, and possibly upgrade to a CableCard for the decription of HD
signals.
CABLE
CABLE / ANTENNA
There are 2 ways to get HDTV content:
- via cable,
- via antenna.
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CABLE
HDMI 1
Note: This drawing is used wherever you can connect cable or antenna.
- Cable TV
Connect the cable TV signal to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x jack at
the bottom of the TV. See page 10 for details on using Autoprogram to
store channels in the TV’s memory.
Note: this connection will supply stereo sound to the TV if it is being broadcast by
the station you are watching.
HDMI 2
CABLE / ANTENNA
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IN
TO TV
OUTPUT
OUT
2
- Cable box with RF IN/OUT
• Connect the incoming cable TV signal to the cable IN jack 1 on the
back of the cable box.
• Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) from the TO TV jack on the
back of the cable box to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x jack 2 at
the bottom of the TV.
Note:Your cable box may have a different label for the TO TV jack, such as
OUTPUT or OUT.
• Set the OUTPUT CH switch 3 of the cable box to CH 3 or 4
(whichever is correct for your cable box), then tune the TV to the
corresponding channel.
Once tuned, change channels at the cable box, not the TV.
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STB
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV1
AV3
S-VIDEO
CABLE
S-VIDEO
AV2
CABLE / ANTENNA
1
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
4
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
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SIGNAL
2
AV2 :
L + R + VIDEO
SPLITTER
3
IN
Note: This connection will not supply stereo sound to the TV. The reason is that
the RF output on a cable box - labeled TO TV, OUT or OUTPUT for example will not send a stereo signal to the tuner (VHF/UHF) input on a TV.
OUT
STB
Watching Cable TV programs that don’t
require the cable box
Since you’ve connected the cable TV signal
directly to the TV’s tuner, you can also watch the
unscrambled programs by simply tuning to the
desired channel.You must first use Autoprogram,
however, to store channels in the TV’s memory.
See page 10.
Note: This connection will supply stereo sound to the
TV if it is being broadcast by the station you are
watching.
- Cable box with A/V outputs
• Connect the incoming cable TV signal 1 to a signal splitter (not
supplied).The signal splitter enables you to avoid having to use the TO
TV jack on the back of the cable box.This jack will not supply stereo
sound to the TV.
Note:Your cable box may have a different label for the TO TV jack, such as
OUTPUT or OUT.
• Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied) to a connector on the signal
splitter and to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x jack 2 on the TV.
• Connect another coaxial cable (not supplied) to a connector on the
signal splitter and to the cable IN jack 3 on the back of the cable
box.
• Connect A/V cables (not supplied) to the VIDEO and AUDIO L and R
outputs on the back of the cable box and to the AV2 video (labeled
VIDEO) and AUDIO (labeled L and R) jacks 4 on the back of the TV.
• To view programs from your cable box, first press the AV+ button on
the remote control.
• Press the cursor down or up buttons until the AV2 signal source is
selected.
• Press the OK button to confirm your selection.The AV2 input source
becomes current for the viewing of cable TV programs through your
cable box.
Note: If your cable box Audio/Video outputs will not supply video and stereo
audio to the TV, you will need to make the connection shown above in the
example “Cable box with RF IN/OUT”.
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- Cable box with S-Video, component video (YPbPr) or HDMI
connectors
See Connect Accessory Devices, p. 32-33.
- Antenna
Via antenna you can watch whatever DTV programs being broadcast in
your area for free.
If you’re not sure what HDTV programming is available in your area,
contact your local content provider or your local electronics store
retailer.
Broadcasters are in the middle of a transition from analog to digital TV.
This means that a given broadcaster will have two channels on the air, one
analog and one digital.
CABLE
CABLE / ANTENNA
Connect the incoming antenna signal to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x
jack at the bottom of the TV. See page 10 for details on using
Autoprogram to store channels in the TV’s memory.
Note: This connection will supply stereo sound to the TV if it is being broadcast
by the station you are watching.
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Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS)
Satellite systems offer many of the same premium channels as cable
systems, and often at a lower price.To get these channels, you’ll need to
install a small dish antenna outside.
There are 2 main DBS systems: DirecTV & DishNetwork.These systems
require separate, proprietary set top receiver boxes to decode their
signals and send them to your digital TV set.These boxes may include a
digital TV tuner for off-air DTV broadcasts.
Satellite broadcasters also provide major local channels, depending on the
market in which you live.
DBS also provides service in areas not covered by cable because they are
in rural areas or other areas not passed by a cable line.
DBS also allows you to watch pay-per-view events.
“ Before installing your TV or before hanging it on the wall, first connect your
accessory devices, see p. 29.
‘ Refer to the bottom of the set for the correct operation voltage. Insert the
power cord in the wall socket.
Consult your local dealer if your mains supply is different.To prevent
damaging the mains (AC) cord which could cause a fire or electric shock,
do not place the TV on the cord.
( Remote control:
Insert the 2 batteries supplied (Type R6-1,5V).
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.
§ Turn the TV on:
Press the power switch B at the right side of the TV.
An indicator on the front of the TV lights up.
Press the +CH/PAGE- buttons or the POWER button on the remote
control.
First time installation
Note: The first time (and only the first time) you turn on your set you see an installation introduction screen. The Installation procedure
consists of a series of screens that guide you through the process.
& After an introduction 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.)
é Press the cursor up/down to highlight your language.
“ Press the OK button.
‘ Follow the on-screen instructions to proceed.
Note: Once you completed the initial installation procedure you can access the screens from the Settings menu. See p. 10.
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Buttons on the right of the TV
Should your remote be lost or broken you can still change some of the basic
settings with the buttons on the right side of your TV.
Press the power switch B to switch the TV on.
Press:
• the + VOLUME - buttons to adjust the volume;
• the + PROGRAM/CHANNEL - buttons to select the TV channels or sources.
VOLUME
MENU
PROGRAM/CHANNEL
B POWER
The MENU button can be used to summon the Settings menu without the
remote control.
Use:
• the + VOLUME - buttons and the + PROGRAM/CHANNEL - buttons to
select menu items in the directions as shown;
• the MENU button to confirm your selection.
Note:
When activated via the MENU button on the right side of the TV, only Exit lets you
dismiss the menu.
Navigate to Exit and press the MENU button.
My Content
The My Content menu (and the underlying Multimedia content browser) is
intended to contain all content, services, applications you are interested to
consume.
& Press the = button to activate.
é Press the cursor up/down to move the highlight up and down in the list of
menu items.
“ Press the cursor right to go deeper into the structure.
• Television:
TV channels leading to the list of TV channels; the left panel will contain
the analog channel numbers, the one-part channel numbers and the major
channel numbers in case of two-part digital channels.The right panel will
contain the available subchannels associated with the major channel that is
currently highlighted on the left panel. If there are no subchannels
associated with the currently selected channel in the left panel, the right
panel will remain empty.
• Multimedia:
Contains the locally connected devices on which content (pictures, audio
files) is stored. See Multimedia browser, p. 27.
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Use of the remote control RC4318
Note: For most buttons pressing a button once will activate the function. Pressing a second time will de-activate it.
When a button enables multiple options, a small list will be shown. Press repeatedly to select the next item in the list. The list will be removed
automatically after 6 seconds or press OK to remove immediately.
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
Press the SELECT button repeatedly
POWER
to select one of the system modes in
which the remote control can be used.
If no action is being undertaken within
60 seconds, the remote control
returns to TV mode.
After an action in the selected system
mode the remote control will remain
in this mode for 60 seconds and will
then return to TV mode.
Press to turn on/off the TV from or to
standby mode.
The TV is never powered off completely
unless it is physically unplugged.
POWER
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
SELECT
A/CH
DEMO
GUIDE
GUIDE no function
INFO
CLOCK
Display information: Press to display
(when available) information about the
selected TV channel and program or
accessory device.
MY CONTENT
=
A/CH
®
Cursor buttons
SWIVEL
Press to alternate between the
currently viewed channel and the
previously viewed channel.
INFO
OK
®
Press the cursor buttons up/down,
left/right to navigate through the
menus.
Note: If necessary, you can adjust the
picture position to the center of the screen
with the cursor keys.
®
DEMO Demo on/off
®
See p. 9.
MENU
PIP
CLOCK on/off
Time display (for max. 10 minutes)
Color buttons
When functions are attached to the
color buttons, the color buttons are
shown on screen.
= MY CONTENT
Press to display the My Content menu
on or off, see p. 5.
SWIVEL
no function
+
+
VOL
CH/
MUTE
_-
ABC
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
DEF
.@
AV+
0
-
ON/OFF
Ambilight
MODE
®
SCREEN
FORMAT
To watch a broadcast and a HDMI
source simultaneously.
-
OK - to activate a setting
- to display the list of channels stored
(according to the selection made in
the Installation mode - Antenna or
Cable, p. 10.)
- starts playing content in the Home
Network Browser application, p. 28.
PIP HDMI Dual screen/PIP See p. 12.
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- FAVORITES -
º
✓
π
VIEW
CH/PAGE Channel selection
- To browse through the TV channels or
sources stored in the preferred
channel list (see p. 26).
- To select between Antenna or Cable
TV channels, first make your selection
in the Settings menu, see p. 10.
Note:You don’t have to start the
installation again once you have searched
for and stored the available TV channels.
AV+
Press repeatedly to select AV1, AV2,
AV3, HDMI1, HDMI2, Side or TV
channels when in TV mode, according
to where you connected the accessory
devices (p. 37).
MENU Settings menu on/off. See p. 9.
Alphanumeric buttons
VOL Volume
To select a TV channel. See p. 8.
Press + or - to adjust the volume.
- Type the dash (-) for digital channels.
MUTE
Interrupt the sound or restore it.
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FORMAT
Press this button to summon a list of available display formats (depending on
the receiving signal).This lets you choose the display format of your
preference.
Press this button repeatedly to select another picture format: Automatic,
Super zoom, 4:3, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand 16:9, 16:9 subtitle or
Wide screen.
POWER
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
A/CH
DEMO
SELECT
GUIDE
CLOCK
MY CONTENT
=
INFO
Automatic
Super zoom
4:3
Movie expand 16:9
16:9 subtitle
Wide screen
Movie expand 14:9
SWIVEL
®
OK
®
®
®
MENU
PIP
+
+
VOL
PAGE
-
-
_-
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
®
SCREEN
FORMAT
Ambilight
‡
MODE
†
- FAVORITES -
º
✓
π
VIEW
FAVORITES
• VIEW To display a list of all channels marked as favorite (incl. subchannels).
To add or remove a channel in the favorite list of TV channels.
-
0
Ò
Note: With HD sources not all screen formats will be available.
• ✓
.@
AV+
ON/OFF
Automatic makes the picture fill the screen as much as possible.
Super zoom removes the black bars on the sides of 4:3 programs with
minimal distortion.
When in Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand 16:9 or Super zoom picture
format, you can make subtitles visible with the cursor up/down.
CH/
MUTE
AMBILIGHT
• ON/OFF
Press to switch Ambilight On or Off.
For the Ambilight settings, see TV menus, Ambilight, p. 23.
• MODE
Press this button repeatedly to toggle through the Ambilight modes.
®Ò‡†ºπ
• Audio and Video equipment buttons. See p. 38.
• Multimedia browser functional buttons. See p. 28.
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no function
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POWER
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
SELECT
A/CH
DEMO
GUIDE
CLOCK
MY CONTENT
=
INFO
SWIVEL
®
OK
®
®
RC button
®
MENU
PIP
+
+
VOL
CH/
MUTE
PAGE
-
-
_-
Alphanumeric buttons on the remote control
The alphanumeric buttons on the remote control can be used to enter
digits and text.
Multi-tap entry can be used to enter alphanumeric information when
necessary.
The characters displayed are dependent on the language selected in the
Installation menu. See p. 8.
Text is entered similar to the method used for entering text messages on a
cellular phone.
When a letter or number has been entered, the cursor automatically
advances to the next character position after the specified time out or by
pressing the cursor right.
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Default Multi-tap Alphanumeric entry order
<space> Ò - 1 <space> Ò
a b c A B C 2 a b
d e f D E F 3 d e
g h i G H I 4 g h
j k l J K L 5 j k
m n o M N O 6 m n
p q r s P Q R S 7
t u v T U V 8 t u
w x y z WX Y Z 9
. @ 0 . @ 0 (etc.)
-1
c
f
i
l
o
p
v
w
(etc.)
(etc.)
(etc.)
(etc.)
(etc.)
(etc.)
q r s
(etc.)
x y z
(etc.)
(etc.)
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AV+
0
-
ON/OFF
Ambilight
MODE
®
SCREEN
FORMAT
8
Ò
‡
†
- FAVORITES -
º
✓
π
VIEW
Also the cursor up/down can be used to enter alphanumeric information.
When finished, press the OK button to confirm the entry.
Move to the left panel.
Default RC_CURSOR_UP/RC_CURSOR_DOWN Alphanumeric
Entry Order
RC_CURSOR_UP
a b c d . ..A B C D ... 1 2 3 ... 0 <space> _ - . @
RC_CURSOR_DOWN
@ . - _ <space> 0 9 8 7 ... Z Y X ... z y x ... c b a
Button
To use the menus
Introduction
A lot of guiding instructions, help texts and messages will be displayed on your TV when using the menus or when trying to execute
an action.
Please, follow the instructions and read the help text which are being displayed on the specific item highlighted.
The color buttons refer to different actions which may be executed depending on the activated device. Press the corresponding color
button on the remote control to perform the required action.
How to navigate through the Settings menus
The Settings menu allows you to access and change settings and preferences.
• Press the MENU button on the remote control to summon the Settings
menu.
- On the left panel the highlight can be set on a menu item with the cursor
up/down.
The right panel shows the content of the highlighted menu item in the left
panel.
Note: Sometimes not all the menu items are visible on the screen. Use the cursor
down to reveal all items.
- Use the cursor right to enter the right panel.
The content of the right panel is moved to the left panel and the right
panel 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
adjusting 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 again,
the hidden menu items re-appear and the highlight moves to the left panel.
• Press the cursor left to go one menu level up again.
- Press the OK button on the highlighted item to activate and to dismiss
the menu.
- Press the MENU button again to exit the Settings menu.
Note: The menu is also dismissed by pressing one of the color buttons (if
present) referring to certain actions which may be executed.
Demo
The Demo menu allows the user to get an idea of the features that are part of
the television.
& Select Demo in the Settings menu and press the cursor right.
é Highlight a desired demo with the cursor up/down.
“ Press OK to start playing the highlighted demo.
‘ Press the red color button to exit the demo and to return to TV mode.
Note: The selected demo is played once.
The demos require no user interaction except for starting the demo.
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Installation
Select the menu language
& Press the MENU button on the remote control.
é Use the cursor down to select Installation in the Settings menu.
“ Use the cursor right to enter the Installation menu.
‘ Select Language and enter the list of available languages with the cursor
right.
( Select your language with the cursor up/down and press the OK button to
confirm you selection.
§ Proceed with the Installation menu.
Store TV channels
& Select Autoprogram in the Installation menu.
é Use the cursor right to enter the Autoprogram menu.
“ Press the OK button.
‘ Select Cable or Antenna in the Installation mode.
When Antenna is selected, the TV will detect antenna signals and will
search for antenna TV (NTSC and ATSC) channels available in your local
area.
When Cable is selected, the TV will detect cable company supplied signals
and will search for cable TV (NTSC, ATSC, QAM modulated) channels
available in your area.
Make sure that registration with your cable TV provider and connection of
equipment are completed.
( Press the green button “Next” on the remote control.
Note: All channels must be unlocked in order to autoprogram. If requested, enter
your PIN code to unlock all channels. See Menu preferences in the Settings, TV
menu, p. 15.
§ Press the green button “Start” to start autoprogramming.The menu screen
disappears and the progress of autoprogramming is displayed.
The progress bar indicates the number of analog and digital TV channels
found. (Also digital channels via CableCARD are being programmed. First
refer to the CableCARD settings, see p. 18).
When Autoprogramming is complete, a message appears confirming the
completion and the TV switches to the first installed TV channel.
Notes:
• When you have locked TV channels while initiating autoprogram, a message
appears asking to enter your PIN code in order to complete autoprogramming.
• ATSC channel information is updated automatically when the TV is in standby (after
3 minutes and every 3 hours thereafter).
• When interrupted, the updated channel information is retained as well as the not
yet updated old channel information.
• Background autoprogramming occurs only when the TV is turned on.
• Channel information of an ATSC channel is updated only for the ATSC channel
currently tuned.
• If an NTSC channel is tuned, then in Background Autoprogramming the TV shall
scan all the possible ATSC frequencies and update information.
• Weak channel installation
This allows you to manually tune weak ATSC channels in order to adjust the
antenna and thus optimize signal quality for that channel. (See Installation menu,
Weak channel installation, p. 11.)
• Once you have searched for as well the available Antenna as well as the Cable TV
channels, they are stored in the memory.
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Channel tuning
Available channels:
- Cable (analog NTSC or digital QAM): max. from 1 to 135
- Terrestrial (analog NTSC or digital ATSC): max. from 2 to 69
If a tuned channel is not yet in the master channel map, the TV will attempt
to tune the channel and it will be added to the map.
If the channel is not acquired, a message will appear that the channel is not
available.
When you tune an audio-only digital subchannel, a display appears with the
message Audio only.
Note: Digital Channel selection delay
Due to the tuning complexity of subchannel digital
programming, the time to select and view a digital
channel may take slightly longer than what the viewer
is normally accustomed to (as compared to analog
channel programs).
Digital channel broadcasts contain program and
system data information that must be processed
before the channel selection can be displayed.
Note: Subchannel selections
The new standards employed with digital broadcasting make it possible to receive
multiple program channels under a single major channel number which can be
selected by pressing the digit remote control direct-acces channel number entry.
Important:
After the installation of the TV channels has been done, always make a selection in
the Installation menu between Antenna or Cable whether you want to watch
Antenna TV channels or Cable TV channels.
If you make use of a signal splitter do not forget to put the switch in the
corresponding position.
Weak channel installation
This enables you to do a weak ATSC digital channel installation.This is only
available for TV channels installed via an antenna connection (see p. 4).
& Select a channel in the channel list (in the antenna mode).
é The signal strength is displayed and updated continuously as you rotate the
antenna.
Software upgrade
This menu allows you to upgrade your TV software using a USB/Portable
Memory device.
USB/Portable Memory upgrade
It is possible to initiate an upgrade procedure from a USB or Portable
Memory device.The memory device must be filled with the appropriate
upgrade image (and structure) which can be found on the
www.philips.com/support website.
How to upload a new software version on your portable memory device,
see Annex 1, p. 46.
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Setup menu
This menu is used to control the settings of special TV functions, features and
accessory devices.
The Preferences menu allows you to change settings that will typically be
accessed only occasionally.
The Source menu allows you to select a source.
The Clock menu allows you to use your TV as a clock.This setup is necessary
for the correct working of the Lock after feature.
Preferences
& Press the MENU button.
é Select Setup with the cursor down and press the cursor right to select the
Preferences menu.
“ Press the cursor right again to select Picture/sound preferences.
‘ Press the cursor right once more to enter the Picture/sound preferences
menu.
Picture/sound preferences
PIP format
This menu allows you to select the preferred format (PIP or Dual screen)
which can then be displayed toggling the PIP button on the remote control
On or Off.
& Select PIP format.
é Press the cursor right.
“ Select PIP or Dual screen with the cursor up/down.
Now, when the PIP button on the remote control is pressed and when
- PIP is selected, the TV shows a full screen of video with a pip window of
video on top of it.
- Dual screen is selected, the TV splits the screen into two equally sized
screens.
Remind:
Dual screen/PIP functionality, also called HDMI PIP, is a function used to watch a
broadcast and a HDMI source simultaneously.
• A broadcast can be analog or digital, cable or antenna.
• An external HDMI device (DVD, DVD-R, Set Top Box, A/V receiver,...) must be
connected to HDMI1 or HDMI2.
‘ Press the cursor left/right to highlight the PIP window or the left/right
screen in Dual screen.
( Press the -CH/PAGE+ button to change the broadcast channel or the AV+
button to change the HDMI source in the highlighted screen.
Note: Audio only plays from the main, when PIP has been selected, or the left
screen, when Dual screen has been selected.
Notes: PIP format:
PC formats via HDMI will always be displayed full
screen.
Define the position of the PIP screen
& Press the cursor right to highlight the PIP screen.
é Press the red color button on the remote control to select Position.
Note: If no action has been undertaken, the function buttons at the bottom of the
screen will disappear after a few seconds.
“ Use the cursor keys to define the position of the PIP screen.
Auto surround
Sometimes the broadcaster transmits special signals for Surround sound
encoded programs.The TV automatically switches to the best surround
sound mode when Auto surround is switched On.
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Features preferences
Caption service
This allows you to select the Closed Captions service levels of analog
broadcasting to be displayed.
&
é
“
Note: The captions do not always use correct spelling
and grammar. Not all TV programs and product
commercials are made for broadcast with Closed
Caption informations included. Refer to your area’s TV
program listings for the TV channels and times of
Closed Caption shows. The captioned programs are
usually noted in the TV listings with service marks such
as ‘CC’.
‘
Closed Captioning allows you to read the voice content of television
programs on the TV screen. Designed to help the hearing impaired, this
feature uses on-screen ‘text boxes’ to show dialogue and conversations
while the TV program is in progress. Captions will appear on the screen
during captioned broadcasts.
Select Captions service.
Press the cursor right.
Select the desired Caption service:
• CC 1, 2, 3 or 4
Dialogue (and descriptions) for the action on the captioned TV program
shows on screen.
Usually CC 1 is the most used. CC 2 may be used for alternate languages
if they are being transmitted.
• T 1, 2, 3 or 4
Often used for channel guide, schedules, bulletin board information for
Closed Captions programs, news, weather informations or stock market
reports.
Not all Caption services are necessarily being used by a TV channel during
the transmission of a Closed Caption program.
See Closed Caption in the TV, Features menu, see p. 22, to turn the Caption
service On or Off.
Note: This television provides display of television closed captioning conforming with
the EIA-608 standard and in accordance with Sections 15.119 of the FCC rules.
Digital caption service
This allows you to configure the way you choose to view the digital
captioning.
Select one of the digital service channels made available by the caption
provider.
There are 6 standard services. Service 1 is designated as the Primary
Caption Service.This service contains the verbatim, or near-verbatim
captions for the primary language being spoken in the accompanying
program audio.
Service 2 is designated as the Secondary Language Service.This service
contains captions in a secondary language which are translations of the
captions in the primary Caption Service.The other service subchannels are
not pre-assigned. It is up to the discretion of the individual caption provider
to utilize the remaining service channels.
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Digital caption options
This allows you to modify how digital captions are displayed on your TV.
Select from the following options to change the visual characteristics of
your TV’s digital captioning.
•
Reset to default
Select this option to reset the digital caption options back to the
captions provider default settings.
Press the OK button to confirm.
•
Size
Select this option to select the size of caption display according to your
own preference.
Select Default (Automatic), Small, Standard or Large and press the
OK button to confirm.
•
Style
Select this option to select the font style of caption display according to
your own preference.
Select Default, Monospaced serif, Serif, Monospaced sans serif, Sans
serif, Casual, Cursive or Small caps.
•
Text
Select this option to select the text color or the opacity of the text
box of caption display according to your own preference.
Select a color and one of the opacity options.
•
Background
Select this option to select the character background color or one of
the background opacity options of caption display according to your
own preference.
Select a color and one of the opacity options.
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Menu preferences
OSD
& Select OSD.
é Press the cursor right to select Normal or Minimum.
Normal to activate the continuous display of the channel number (for max.
10 minutes) and extended display of TV channel and program information
on screen. E.g. information on the main or auxiliary program, input signal
quality of connected accessory devices, the display format, sound mode,
availability of Closed Caption service, the audio language, the rating,
sleeptimer setup.
Minimum to activate the display of reduced channel information.
Note: When Closed Captions is switched on, continuous display of the channel
number and clock is not possible.
Note: Emergency Alert Signalling is not possible:
- when content browsing;
- with analogue video sources.
Notes:
- You always have the possibility to remove the message
from the screen.
- The message display will overlap whatever menu
element or other message is on the screen.
Show emergency alerts (EAS)
This allows you to select the alert priority level of the information
disseminated by the cable operator.The standard SCTE18 defines an
Emergency Alert signalling method for use by cable TV systems to signal
emergencies to digital devices such as digital set-top boxes, digital TVs and
digital VCRs.
The Emergency alert signalling scheme defined in the standard allows a
cable operator to disseminate emergency alert information related to state
and local-level emergencies and warnings in a cost-effective and efficient
way, while minimizing disruption of programming.
An Emergency alert message will have one of the following priorities: Low,
Medium, High or Maximum.
The Emergency alert message with priority High or Maximum will always
be presented. Low or Medium will be present or ignored depending on
the selected setting.
Important: When the TV clock is undefined (See Setup menu, Clock, p. 17), the
Emergency Alerts will be ignored.
The Emergency Alert message display will contain following information:
- The Emergency Alert text
- The start time + date
- The end time + date.
& Select Show Emergency Alerts in the Menu preferences menu.
é Press the cursor right and select one of the Emergency alerts options:
Important: you have forgotten your PIN!
& Select Change PIN in the Menu preferences
menu and press the cursor right.
é Press the cursor right to enter the overriding
PIN code 0-7-1-1.
“ Press the cursor again and enter a new personal
4-digit PIN code.The previous code is erased an
the new PIN-code is stored.
- Always, when you always want the Emergency alert messages to be
displayed when available;
- Skip low priority, when you want the messages with low level to be
ignored;
- Skip low/medium priority, when you only want the messages with high
priority to be displayed.
Set/Change PIN
& Select Set or Change PIN with the cursor down.
é If no PIN-code exists yet, the menu item is set to Set PIN. Follow the
instructions on screen.
If a PIN-code has previously been entered, the menu item is set to Change
PIN. Follow the instructions on screen.
All number combinations from 0000 tot 9999 are valid numbers.
“ The Features preferences menu reappears with a message confirming
that the PIN has been created.
Reset AV settings
This function allows you to reset most of the picture and sound settings to
their predefined factory states.
& Select Reset AV settings with the cursor down.
é Press the cursor right.
“ Press the OK button to erase settings and reset them to their default
values.
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Source
This menu allows you to identify the accessory devices you have connected to
the external inputs/outputs.
& Select Source in the Setup menu.
é Press the cursor right.
“ Select the input to which the accessory device is connected.
‘ Press the cursor right again to enter the list of types of devices connected
to the selected input.
( Select the accessory device with the cursor up/down.
When you select AV1, AV2, AV3, HDMI1, HDMI2, Side or Digital Audio
In, a list appears allowing you to identify which type of accessory device is
attached to this input.The TV detects the presence of the connected device
and the signal is routed appropriately.
Once you have selected the source type, e.g. DVD, this source will
automatically be selected when your remote control is in DVD mode, see
p. 6, and when you press the AV+ button on the remote control.
Digital Audio
Select Digital Audio In when the TV expects digital audio for a connected
device to come from a Digital audio input.
Make your selection of the source to which the device with digital audio
input has been connected.
In addition to accepting audio input via Digital Audio In, the TV can output
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 Connect Accessory Devices, Digital Surround Receiver, p. 35.
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Clock
This allows you to use your TV as a clock.
Note: Adjusting the clock is necessary for the correct working of Instant record (See
use of the remote control, p. 7) and Lock after (See TV settings, Channels, p. 24)
features.
Auto clock mode
& Select Clock in the Setup menu.
é Press the cursor right to select the Auto clock mode.
“ Press the cursor right to instruct the TV to get the time automatically or
manually.
Most of the TV channels are not transmitting clock
information. There are few cable channels but they are
at the end of the channel ring. There is no clock
transmission in antenna channels. In such cases either
clock extraction is taking a long time or there is no
clock.
Auto clock channel (only available when Auto clock mode is set to Automatic)
With the cursor buttons, select the channel number where time can be
found by the TV. Typically time can be found on PBS as well as some other
channels.
Time - Day (only available when Auto clock mode is set to Manual)
With the cursor buttons, select and enter the correct time and day.
If Auto clock mode Manual has been selected, and no clock search has
been done, the system will keep the entered time and day.
Time zone (only available when Auto clock mode is set to Automatic)
This function allows you to select your local time zone. Broadcasted time
information will correct the clock display for your local time.
& Select Time zone with the cursor down.
é Press the cursor right to select your local time zone.
Daylight saving (only available when Auto clock mode is set to Automatic)
Daylight saving time is automatically set by specially broadcasted signals.
This menu item allows you to disable the automatic setting of daylight
saving time.This is useful if you live in an area or state where daylight saving
is not applied, but you receive channels from other areas where daylight
saving signals are broadcasted.
& Select Daylight saving with the cursor down.
é Press the cursor right to select Automatic for automatic clock correction
for daylight saving time, based on specially broadcasted signals.
“ Select Off to disable automatic clock correction based on the specially
broadcasted signals.
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CableCARD applications
A CableCARD is a removable card distributed by cable companies, that is
inserted into the CableCARD slot at the bottom of your television. See
CableCARD, p. 2.
It enables you to decode digitally encrypted, or scrambled content delivered
from the cable system.
CableCARD functionality includes conditional access and copy protection.
To receive the features/applications offered by your cable company, you may
have to subscribe to those services. Contact your cable company regarding
availability of the CableCARD.
You may also be able to order call-ahead pay per view events.
Note: do not insert a PCMCIA card into the CableCARD interface slot.
& Insert your CableCARD.
é Select CableCARD applications in the Settings menu.
“ Press the cursor right to enter the list of available CableCARD applications
Inserting your CableCARD
& Gently push the card, the bottom side facing the
front of your TV, into the slot with one hand.
é Push the card with your two thumbs until it locks
into place.
Removing your CableCARD
& Turn off the TV.
é Pull the CableCARD straight out of the slot with
both hands.
offered by the cable provider.
‘ A CableCARD application is initiated when you select an application item
and when you press the OK button to activate it.
( Follow the messages displayed on screen.
The messages will remain on screen until the OK button or the
corresponding color button is pressed.
Conditional access
When having selected Conditional access, the TV will display messages
related to the conditional access functionality of CableCARD.They will
indicate the status (possible or not) of descrambling of the selected
program.
Copy protection
The displayed messages will be related to Copy control information.
Remark: When a CableCARD is inserted, the channel list might be different.
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TV menu
Press the MENU button on the remote control to summon the Settings menu.
The TV menu gives you an overview of the menus you can select.
Note: Depending on the input signal, one or more menu items may not be selectable.
Picture menu
Note: Some menu items are not available in case of HD sources.
& Press the cursor right to select Picture.
é Press the cursor right again to enter the Picture menu.
“ Select the menu items with the cursor up/down.
‘ Adjust the settings with the cursor left/right or enter the list of submenu
items with the cursor right. Select a submenu item with the cursor
up/down.
Auto picture
Select Auto picture to display a list of predefined picture settings, each
corresponding with specific factory settings.
Personal refers to the personal preference settings of picture in the
picture menu.
Note: This Philips TV has been set at the factory to look best in bright store
environments which typically use fluorescent lighting. As your home will likely not be
as well lit as a store, we recommend that you cycle through the various auto
picture modes to find the one that best suits your own viewing conditions. Most
consumers will find that Natural is the correct choice.
Contrast
This will adjust the intensity of bright parts in the picture but keep the dark
parts unchanged.
Brightness
This will adjust the light output of the complete picture, which will mainly
affect the darker areas of the picture.
Color
This will adjust the saturation level of the colors to suit your personal
preference.
Sharpness
This will adjust the sharpness of fine details in the picture.
Color temperature
This will increase or decrease Warm (red) and Cool (blue) colors to suit
personal preferences.
Select Cool to give the white colors a blue tint, Normal to give the white
colors a neutral tint, Warm to give the white colors a red tint.
Digital processing
• Standard = line doubling eliminates the flicker.
• Pixel Plus = for everyday viewing. 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 color reproduction and
brilliance from every source, including High Definition.
Standard mode is recommended only for very noisy or poorly mastered
sources or for those who find the smoothness of Pixel Plus (which
eliminates judder in the picture) unsettling.
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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.
& Press the cursor right to enter the list.
é Select one of the settings with the cursor up/down.
“ Press the cursor left to return to the picture menu.
DNR (Digital Noise Reduction)
Automatically filters out and reduces the image noise and improves picture
quality when receiving weak video signals.
& Press the cursor right to enter the list.
é Select Off, Minimum, Medium or Maximum according to the image
noise.
“ Press the cursor left to return to the picture menu.
Color enhancement
When activated, this feature automatically controls green enhancement and
blue stretch. It makes the colors more vivid.
& Press the cursor right.
é Select On or Off in order to activate/de-activate Color enhancement with
the cursor right.
Tint
Allows you to select the color mix (hue) of the picture.
Picture format
This menu item performs the same as the SCREEN FORMAT button on
the remote control. See Use of the remote control, p. 7.
Active Control
The TV continuously measures and corrects all incoming signals in order to
provide the best picture possible.
It also uses a sensor which monitors the ambient light conditions in the
room and adjusts key picture settings for best viewing.
When Active Control is set to Maximum, the brightness of the Ambilight
shall be influenced by the light sensor.
& Select Active Control.
é Press the cursor right to enter the list of Active Control values.
“ Press the cursor up/down to select the Active Control values Off,
Minimum, Medium or Maximum.
The picture settings are being optimized continuously.Those menu items
can not be selected.
‘ Press the OK button or wait for the time out to dismiss the Active Control
display.
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Sound menu
& Select Sound in the TV Settings menu.
é Press the cursor right to enter the sound menu.
“ Select the menu items with the cursor up/down and adjust the settings
with the cursor left/right.
Remember, control settings are at normal mid-range levels when the bar
scale is entered.
Auto sound
Select Auto sound to display a list of predefined sound settings, each
corresponding with specific factory settings of Treble and Bass.
& Press the cursor right to enter the list.
é Press the cursor up/down to select a predefined sound setting.
Personal refers to the personal preference settings of sound in the sound
menu.
Note: The moment you are in a predefined Auto sound setting and you modify a
setting in the Sound menu, all values of the menu will overwrite the previously
made personal setting.
Volume
This will adjust the sound output level.
Balance
This will adjust the output of the right and left speakers to obtain the best
stereo reproduction for your listening position.
Headphone volume
This controls the level of sound through the headphones.
Sound mode
This selects the modes for more spatial or surround sound reproduction
dependent on the broadcast signals or signals from external inputs
received.
Alternate audio (only selectable with analog broadcast signals)
This gives you the possibility to swap between the Main and Second audio
Program (SAP) when it is available.
Digital Audio language (only selectable with digital broadcast signals)
This allows you to select your language preference in case of multilingual
audio track programs if available with digital broadcast signal.
Note: The default language for the digital channels is the installed menu language.
Mono/Stereo
This selects, per TV channel, Mono or Stereo sound when analog stereo
broadcasts are available.
AVL (Automatic Volume Leveler) (only available with analog broadcast and
non-Digital signals)
This automatically reduces the volume differences between channels and
programs, providing a more constant overall level.This will also reduce the
dynamics of sound.
Delta volume
This allows you to correct for any permanent volume differences between
TV channels or external sources.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
‘Dolby’ ‘Pro Logic’ and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Features menu
& Select Features in the TV Settings menu.
é Press the cursor right to enter the Features menu.
“ Select the menu items with the cursor up/down and adjust the settings
with the cursor left/right.
Closed captions
This displays the transmitted CC- or CS-text on the screen according to
your chosen CC or CS service in the Setup, Features preferences menu,
p. 14.This text can either be permanently displayed (assuming that the
service is available in the broadcast) or only when mute is active.
& Press the cursor right after having selected Closed captions.
é Select On, Off or On during mute.
Sleeptimer
This sets a time period after which the TV automatically turns to standby.
& Select Sleeptimer.
é Press the cursor right.
“ Select a value with the cursor up/down.The list will have values from 0 to
180 minutes.
You can always turn off your TV earlier or select another time set.
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Ambilight menu
Ambilight is an innovative lighting concept using light with fully adjustable
colors at the back of the TV to enhance the viewing experience. Analysis of the
picture content adapts the colors continuously, or the lights can be set to any
fixed color and many shades of white. Ambilight creates the ideal viewing
environment for your TV resulting in improved relaxed viewing, improved
perceived picture detail, contrast and color.
& Select Ambilight in the TV menu.
é Press the cursor right to enter the Ambilight menu.
“ Select Ambilight and press the cursor right to select Off or On.
• Off: will switch off the ambient lights and downlight all other menu items.
• On: the ambient lights will be on. Refine the light settings in the menus
below.
‘ Select Brightness to adjust the light output of the ambient lights.
( Select Mode and press the cursor right to select Color, Ambience,
Relaxed, Movie or Action.
• Color: this will show constant light according to the settings in the
Ambilight color menu. See below.
• The options Ambience, Relaxed, Movie and Action will dynamically
match brightness and color to the screen content.
The mode selection made will effect the speed and/or saturation and/or
intensity which determines the viewing impression.
E.g. in Relaxed mode, the rate of brightness and color change is smoothly
and soft which gives you a more immersive yet relaxed viewing.
Ambience is the rate of brightness and color change as predefined in the
factory.
Movie will influence the perception of a movie whereas Action mode will
influence the dynamic impression.
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.
§ In case Color has been selected in the Mode menu:
• Select Color in the Ambilight menu and press the cursor right.
• Select Auto Color and press the cursor right again to select Personal,
Warm white, Cool white or Blue.
• Select Palette to select the general color of the light.
• Select Saturation to adjust the colorfulness of the light.
Note:
Adjusting the Palette and/or Saturation settings will set the color mode to Personal.
Note: Infrared interference on external devices:
To avoid bad infrared remote control reception, place
your external devices out of sight of the ambient lights
of your TV set.
Ambilight does not function well when the room
temperature is less than 59°F/15°C.
Auto Color modes:
• Personal: Select any color or hue to match to your personal taste, e.g.
your interior, the program content (sports, movie, etc.), the mood you are
in, etc.
• Warm white:The color 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:The color is matched to that of normal daylight (6500K).
Select this setting if you prefer more cool lighting.
Note: the 6500 K is the SMPTE recommended setting for ambient backlighting of
displays.
• Blue:The blue color is preferred by most consumers to create a cool,
modern and /or mystical atmosphere. Select this setting according to your
personal taste or mood.
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Channels menu
This menu can control special functions for the TV channels.
& Select Channels in the TV settings menu with the cursor up/down.
é Press the cursor right to enter the channels menu.
“ Press the cursor up/down to select a channels menu item.
Lock after
Note: Lock after is only selectable if time and date are known. See Setup, Clock
menu, p. 17.
This allows you to prevent the viewing of the selected channel after a
selectable time delay. Locked channels can still be tuned, but the picture is
blanked and the audio is muted.
& Press the cursor right and select Timer On or Off.
When set to On this allows you to set the clock.
When having selected Timer On, you will be summoned to enter your PIN
(See Set/Change PIN, p. 15). Follow the instructions on screen.
é Select Time and press the cursor right.This allows you to set the time
after which the lock is set.
“ Select AM or PM to select the correct period of the day.
‘ Enter the time with the digit or the cursor buttons.
Channel lock
This allows you to completely lock a certain TV channel or external source.
Select the channels or subchannels you want to lock.
TV ratings lock
Your TV is equipped with a V-chip.This allows you to control access to
individual programs based on their movie and TV ratings. All settings apply
to all AV inputs, except HDMI.The program content advisory data are sent
by the broadcaster or program provider.
& Select TV ratings lock with the cursor down. A list appears, showing the
age-based TV ratings and a corresponding content-based ratings list.
é Press the cursor right to enter the list.
“ Select an age-based TV rating with the cursor up/down, and enter, if
present, the list with content-based ratings with the cursor right, and select
one content-based rating.
‘ Press OK to activate/de-activate the selected rating.You are asked to enter
your PIN-code (see Set/Change PIN, p. 15). If the code is correct, the TV
ratings lock menu reappears.
( Select another content-based rating if you like and press OK again.
You need only enter your PIN-code once while the menu is active.
You can lock/unlock any number of ratings on the list without re-entering your
code.
Each ratings item has a box-graphic in front of it to indicate whether or not
programs carrying that rating are currently locked:
• a yellow-colored box: all items in the contents-based list are locked as well;
• a blue-colored box: the item is unselected;
• a half blue, half yellow-colored box: some content-based ratings are
selected/unselected.
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When All has been selected, all items in the age-based and in the contentsbased lists are locked.
If, while All is selected, any other item, either an age-based or content-based
item, is unselected, then All is automatically unselected.
No rating is the selection for items that either have no rating information or
have a rating of None. Both will be locked.
When an item on the age-based list is selected, all items below that item of the
same group are locked as well.
When you select a content-based rating, all identical content-based ratings in
the younger age-based categories are also selected.
Age-based Rating
Content-based Rating
All
None
TV-Y
TV-Y7
TV-G
TV-PG
none
none
none
(FV) Fantasy Violence
none
(D) Dialog
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
(D) Dialog
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
(L) Language
(S) Sex
(V) Violence
TV-14
TV-MA
TV-Y
appropriate for children of all ages with themes and elements suitable for
children aged 2-6
TV-Y7
programs designed for children age 7 and older
TV-Y7-FV programs include fantasy violence more intense than other programs in
the TV-Y7 category
TV-G
programs suitable for all ages.These programs contain little or no violence,
no strong language and little or no sexual dialogue or situations
TV-PG programs contain elements that some parents may find unsuitable for
younger children and which may need parental guidance.The program may
contain moderate violence, sexual dialogue and/or situations and some
strong language.
TV-14
programs contain elements that may not be suitable for children under
14 years of age.These programs include one or more of the following:
intense violence, intense sexual situations, suggestive dialogue and strong
language.
TV-MA programs are designed to be viewed by adults and may be unsuitable for
children under the age of 17.These programs may contain graphic violence,
explicit sexual activity and/or crude or indecent language.
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Movie Ratings Lock
This function allows you to control access to individual movies based on
their MPAA ratings (Motion Picture Association of America).
& Select Movie ratings lock with the cursor down.
A list appears, showing all valid MPAA content ratings.
é Press the cursor right to enter the list.
You are asked to enter your code. (See Set/Change PIN, p. 15.) If the code
is correct, the Movie ratings lock menu reappears.
“ Select a movie rating with the cursor up/down.
‘ Press OK to activate/de-activate the selected rating.
Each rating item has a box-graphic in front of it to indicate whether or not
programs carrying that rating are currently locked:
• a yellow-colored box: movies with this rating are locked;
• a blue-colored box: movies with this rating are unlocked.
When All has been selected, all items on the movie ratings list become
selected. (All movies are locked.)
If, while All is selected, any other item is unselected, then All is automatically
unselected.
When NR has been selected, no other item is selected.
When any other item has been selected, all ratings below are selected as well,
thus all movies with those ratings will be locked.
NR
not rated
G
movies with a mild content, suitable for all ages
PG
movies for which parental guidance is recommended.They may contain a
few racy or violent scenes or maybe some bad language
PG-13movies for which parental guidance may be recommended if under age 13
R
restricted.The movies usually contain offensive sex or bad language and
may be unsuitable for children under the age of 17. Parental guidance or
permission needed.
NC-17 even with parental permission, forbidden under age 17. More offensive
sex, violence or bad language.
X
movies which generally focus on sex, violence and/or bad language. Also
known as pornography.
Preferred channels
A channel, when installed, is marked as preferred by default and added to
the channel list.This feature provides the ability to remove a channel
number from the channel list.
& Select Preferred channels with the cursor down.
é Press the cursor right to enter a list with all stored channel numbers.
“ Select the channel you want to remove with the cursor down.
‘ Press OK.
( Repeat to remove other channels.
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Multimedia browser
Multimedia browser lets you display pictures or play audio files stored on a
USB device or a memory card.
The Multimedia browser application is invoked from the My Content menu
(press the = button) by selecting a device and pressing the cursor right.
Notes:
- Following types of memory cards can be read:
Compact Flash I & II, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, SD Card, Smart Media,
Micro Drive, MultiMedia Card.
- Following file formats can be reproduced:
• For pictures: JPEG
• For audio: MP3, MP3 Pro
- Only FAT/DOS-formatted memory devices are supported.
- If your digital camera is not supported, try one of the following solutions:
• Make sure your camera is switched on and verify if its configuration settings are
correct (see the manual of your camera).
• Remove the memory card from your camera and insert it in the memory card
slot. Refer to www.philips.com/support for more information.
- Philips cannot be responsible if your USB device or memory card is not supported.
Viewing content from a Memory card / USB device
Inserting a memory card / USB device
Note: Memory cards or USB devices are not supplied with this TV.
Insert a memory card in one of the cardslots at the right side of the TV.
Insert it to be clicked in.
In case of a memory stick or a digital camera, connect it to one of the USB2.0
connectors.
When a memory card or a USB device is inserted, the Multimedia menu is
displayed automatically, see further.
Note: 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.
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Removing the memory card / USB device
& First switch off the My Content menu.To do so, navigate to the Multimedia
browser menu and press the = button to exit the menu.
é Remove the memory card/USB device.
Compact Flash I & II /
Micro Drive
Memory Stick
MultiMedia Card /
SD Card
Smart Media
Card
Card data protection
• Do not remove the card/USB device when the content is being read or
when browsing. Such action may damage the memory card/USB device.
• Do not touch the terminals on the back of the card.
• Always insert a card in the correct direction. Failure to do so may result in
damage to the card and the unit.
• Do not subject the card to excessive pressure or strong impacts.
• Malfunctions of the unit or card may result in data loss or damage to the
card.
• Philips shall not accept any liability for damage or loss of stored data.
Warning:
Memory cards can be swallowed by young children. Do not allow
children to handle memory cards. Please, remove the memory card
immediately after use.
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Multimedia Browser menu
& Insert a USB device or memory card.
é Select the USB device or memory card under Multimedia with the cursor
“
‘
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Notes:
• Your TV supports slide shows with
background music. See Annex 2, p. 48.
• 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.
• Progressive JPEG files are not supported.
• The length of the files should not exceed 128
characters.
• Do not use a dot “.” in folder naming.
• More technical remarks can be found in Annex 3,
p. 50.
Following icons may appear:
folder
pictures
music
self made playlist/album
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up/down.
The Multimedia browser will allow the user to browse content stored on
the inserted USB device or memory card.
Press the cursor right.
The 2-panel browser will be shown with the left panel containing the
content types (Music, Picture).
The right panel will display the content that is available of the selected
content type.
Press the cursor up/down to select a content type and press the cursor
right to enter the content.
Press the cursor up/down to select a file or a directory.
Note: Press the green color button to display all the image files in the current
directory as thumbnails when browsing pictures. Press the green button again to
display the image files in a list.
In case a file is selected, press the OK button to display a picture file or to
play an audio file.
In case a directory, album or playlist is selected, press the cursor right to
enter the content or press the OK button to start a slide show or a
playback of the files present in the directory, album or playlist.
Press the cursor left to keep music playing and switch back to the
Multimedia menu.
Press one of the color buttons on the remote control to perform the
corresponding function mentioned at the bottom of the screen.
The blue color button can be used to let the color re-appear.
To stop playing content, press the ‡ button on the remote control.
Function buttons at the bottom of the screen
Details
to display a description of the selected file or
directory;
Transitions
to select if a transition during a slide show should
be applied;
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;
Other function buttons on the remote control
to stop displaying content;
to pause displaying content;
to play a single file, start a slide show, playback of a
folder or other collection.
‡
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π
Connect Accessory Devices
There is a wide range of audio and video devices that can be connected to your TV.The following connection diagrams show you
how to connect them to the TV.
AV1 can handle YPbPr, S-VIDEO, RGB + HV or VIDEO and L/R Audio,
AV2 VIDEO or S-VIDEO and L/R Audio,
AV3 YPbPr and Digital Audio,
Side VIDEO or S-VIDEO and L/R Audio.
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
H
Y
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV1
AV3
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
AV2
Cable CARD INTERFACE
HDMI
1
HDMI
2
CABLE /
ANTENNA
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
75
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV1
AV3
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
AV2
Cable CARD INTERFACE
HDMI
1
HDMI
2
CABLE /
ANTENNA
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
75
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Recorder (VCR-DVD+RW)
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV1
S-VIDEO
AV3
S-VIDEO
AV2
CABLE / ANTENNA
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
CABLE
AV2 :
L + R + VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
75
3
OUT
OUT
IN
RECORDER
Note: 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 20” from the screen.
& Connect the RF Antenna or Cable TV cable (eventually via an optional two-way signal splitter and/or Cable TV converter box) 1 to
the RF IN socket of your recorder.
é Connect another RF cable 2 from the output OUT of your recorder to the TV’s CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x jack.
“ Better playback quality can be obtained if you also connect the Video, Audio Left and Right (only for stereo devices) AV cables 3 to
the VIDEO, AUDIO L and R input jacks of AV2.
If your recorder has an S-VHS video jack:
For improved picture quality, connect an S-video cable with the S-VIDEO input instead of connecting the recorder to the VIDEO
jack of AV2.
S-Video does not provide audio, so audio cables must still be connected to provide sound.
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Recorder and other A/V devices
AV1
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L /Mono
R
AV1 :
L + R + VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
S-VIDEO
AV3
CABLE
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
OEDIV
onoM / L
3
S-VIDEO
1
AV2 :
L + R + VIDEO
R
5
AV2
HDMI 1
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
HDMI 2
CABLE / ANTENNA
4
75
DIG AUDIO OUT
L
2
RECORDER
& Connect the RF antenna cable 1 of the RF IN socket of your other AV device.
é Connect the RF output of the AV device to the RF input of the recorder 2.
“ Connect another RF cable 4 from the output OUT of your recorder to the TV’s input CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x jack.
‘ To obtain better quality, also connect the Video or S-Video,Audio left and Audio right cables of both devices to AV1 (VIDEO or SVIDEO, AUDIO L and R,) 3 and to AV2 (VIDEO or S-VIDEO, AUDIO L and R) 5.
Notes:
- In case of mono equipment, only the left loudspeaker reproduces sound.
Use a mono to stereo adapter (not supplied) for sound reproduction via all internal loudspeakers.
- When using the S-VIDEO connector do not connect any device to the AV2 VIDEO or AV1 VIDEO input.
HDMI 1
HDMI 2 VIDEO CABLE
RF IN
6
L/ Mono
R
IN
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
The MONITOR OUT connector can be used for a daisy chaining or to
record programs from your TV 6. Only when a recorder is connected to
MONITOR OUT it is possible to record an analog program from your TV.
See Record with your recorder, p. 37.
OUT
RECORDER
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Recorder and cable box with RF output
CABLE
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV1
S-VIDEO
AV3
SIGNAL
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
4
SPLITTER
S-VIDEO
AV2
ACE
NETWORK
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
CABLE / ANTENNA
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
2
1
AV2 :
L + R + VIDEO
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
75
IN
OUT
STB
3
IN
OUT
RECORDER
& Use an optional signal splitter.
é Connect one of the cable TV signal splitter outputs 1 to the cable box’s IN jack.
“ Connect the other cable TV signal splitter output 2 to the CABLE/ANTENNA 75 Ω x plug on the bottom of the TV.
‘ Connect the cable box’s OUT jack 3 to the recorders RF IN socket.
( Connect the Video, Audio Left and Right (only for stereo sound) recorder AV cables 4 to the VIDEO, audio L and R input AV2
jacks on the TV.
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Satellite Receiver / cable box with AV outputs
CABLE
AV1
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
VIDEO
L / Mono
AV1 :
L + R + VIDEO
2
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
R
AV1
AV3
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
AV2
OUT
CABLE / ANTENNA
IN
75
STB
& Connect the satellite antenna cable or the Cable TV cable 1 to the satellite receiver’s or cable box’s IN jack.
é Connect the Video, Audio left and right AV cables 2 to the VIDEO, L and R audio input jacks of AV1.
If your satellite receiver or cable box has an S-Video jack:
For improved picture quality, connect an S-Video cable to the S-VIDEO input instead of connecting the satellite receiver or cable
box to the VIDEO jack.
Connect the audio cables to the device’s AUDIO L and R jacks and to the L and R audio AV1 jacks on the TV.
Recorder and Satellite Receiver / cable box with AV outputs
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
OEDIV
onoM / L
AV1
AV1
2
R
AV1 :
L + R + VIDEO
AV3
S-VIDEO
S-VIDEO
DIG
AUDIO
IN
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
AV2
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
OUT
1
STB
CABLE / ANTENNA
3
75
RECORDER
& Connect the RF Antenna or Cable TV cable as described above.
é Connect the AV cables 1 to the satellite receiver’s or cable box’s AV OUT jacks and to the recorder’s AV IN jacks.
“ Connect the recorder’s AV OUT jacks 2 to the TV’s AV1 jacks as described above.
‘ Connect another RF cable 3 from the output out of your recorder to the TV’s input CABLE/ANTENNA x jack.
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DVD Player or other accessory digital source devices
AV1
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
AV1 :
L+R
Y
VIDEO
AV1
AV3
S-VIDEO
AV1/AV3 :
YPbPr
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
S-VIDEO
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV2
1
& Connect the three separate component video cables 1 to the device
3
AV3
Devices with Component Video Output Connectors (YPbPr)
This TV is capable of displaying 1080i, 720p and 480p DTV signals when
connected to a DTV tuner Set Top Box. Select the output of the Set Top
Box to either 1080i, 720p or 480p. A DTV signal must be available in your
area.
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having component video outputs (YPbPr), such as Set Top Boxes, DVDplayers, laser-disc players, videogame players, satellite receivers or other
equipment, and to the Y, Pb and Pr jacks of AV1 or AV3 on the TV.
• Connect to the Y, Pb and Pr jacks of AV1 in case of devices with analog
audio signals.
• Connect to the Y, Pb and Pr jacks of AV3 in case of devices with digital
audio signals.
é In case of a device with digital audio, connect the audio cable 2 to the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT of the device and to the DIG. AUDIO IN of the TV
or to your Home Cinema system.
In case of a device with analog audio, connect the audio cable to the
device’s AUDIO L and R 3 jacks and the L and R audio jacks of AV1.
DVD / STB
AV1 :
H+V
3
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
AV1
Devices with RGB output
& Connect the device with RGB output with separate Horizontal and Vertical
sync to the Pr/R Pb/B Y/G input 1 jacks and to the H and V jacks of AV1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV3
S-VIDEO
AV1 :
YPbPr
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
S-VIDEO
AV1 :
L+R
2.
é Connect the audio cables to the L and R AUDIO jacks of AV1 3.
AV2
1
2
Devices with an S-Video connector
& Connect an S-Video cable to the AV1 or AV2 S-VIDEO input 1.
Note: When using the S-VIDEO connector do not connect any device to the AV
VIDEO input that you are using.
é Connect the audio cables to the device’s AUDIO L and R jacks and to the
L and R audio AV1 or AV2 jacks 2 on the TV accordingly to where you
connected the S-Video cable.
DVD / STB
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
S-VIDEO
AV1
AV1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
AV3
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
S-VIDEO
AV1/AV2 :
S-VIDEO
AV2
AV1/AV2 :
L+R
AV2
2
1
Notes
- If necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the center of the screen with the
cursor keys.
- The labels for the component video sockets may differ depending on the DVD
player or the device 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 or devices instructions for use for
definitions and connection details.
- This television is designed to accept high definition signal standards 480p, 720p and
1080i as specified by the Electronic Industries Association standard EIA770.3.
Digital devices from different manufacturers have the possibility of differing output
standards which may cause difficulties for the television to properly display.
- Due to possible digital image distortion when displaying signals from connected
digital equipment, automatically the Auto picture setting Soft is selected, if you
selected Digital STB in the Source menu. See Picture menu, Auto picture, p. 19.
Changing this setting during reviewing will not be stored as Personal setting after
switch off.
Warning: in case you notice scrolling images, wrong colors or no color, no picture, or
even combinations of these on your screen, check if the connections are done in the
correct way or move your digital device further away from your TV.
DVD / STB
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HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) connectors
HDMI
1
HDMI
2
HDMI is the leading new standard for Digital video and audio
interconnection.To the HDMI connector you can connect HDMI devices
such as a Set Top Box or compatible DVD-R or DVD player with HDMI, or
DVI-equipped devices like a computer.
So you can display high-definition pictures on this TV in the digital form.
Note: If the accessory device has DVI output only, use a DVI to HDMI adapter
cable to connect to the HDMI connector. (Then also connect the audio cable to
DIGITAL AUDIO IN.)
CABLE / ANTENNA
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HDMI
& Connect your HDMI device with one of the HDMI connectors.
é Select the connected digital device in the Setup, Source menu, p. 16.
The HDMI IN connectors allow the following TV and monitor display
modes:
HD
H
Pr
L
V
Pb
R
VIDEO
Y
S-VIDEO
AV1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
PC
AV3
VIDEO
Pr
L
Pb
R
Y
Standard Definition TV (SDTV)
640/720 x 480i
Enhanced Definition TV (EDTV)
640/720 x 480p
High Definition TV (HDTV)
1920x1080i
1280x720p
VGA
SVGA
XGA
640x480
800x600
1280x768
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
S-VIDEO
AV2
HDMI
1
HDMI
2
CABLE / ANTENNA
DIGITAL
AUDIO
MONITOR OUT
L
OUT
R
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DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN
HDMI
DVI
VIDEO
IR OUT
Notes:
- If necessary, you can adjust the picture position to the center of the screen with
the cursor keys.
- Due to legal requirements, it is possible that with certain copy protected PCM
audio qualities from a device 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 DVI 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 device to prevent unauthorized copies from
being made.
- Proper working is only guaranteed with HDMI compliant consumer products.
- Digital devices 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 device, turn off the HDMI device
and then on again.
To get an optimal viewing, it is advised to turn your DVD player to one of the
following TV display standards: 1920x1080i, 1280x720p, 720x480i or
720x480p.
Digital Surround receiver
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
MONITOR OUT
L
R
VIDEO
IR OUT
Connect a Digital MultiChannel Surround receiver to the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
connector at the bottom of the TV.
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
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Side connections
1
2
3
Camera, Camcorder, Game
& Connect your camera, camcorder or game as shown.
é 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.
Do not connect cable 1 and 2 at the same time. This may cause picture distortion !
Headphone
& Insert the plug into the headphone socket L as shown.
é Press the MUTE button on the remote control to switch off the internal loudspeakers of the TV.
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.
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Record with your recorder
Record a TV program
You can record a TV program using your recorders tuner without affecting your TV.
& Select the channel number on your recorder.
é Set your recorder to record.
See the handbook for your recorder.
Switching channel numbers on your TV does not disturb recording !
Record a program from
MONITOR OUT
You can record a program on your recorder from the TV tuner via MONITOR OUT.
& Select the correct channel on your TV and the correct input on your recorder.
é Set your recorder to record.
Do not switch channels or turn off your TV when you are recording through MONITOR OUT.
Notes:
- When a TV channel or AV source is blocked because of a rating set via the Channels menu (see p. 24), also the record output picture and
sound are muted.
- In case of an analog copy protected recording the audio outputs are not muted.
To select connected devices
7
8
9
.@
AV+
0
-
ON/OFF
Ambilight
MODE
& Press the AV+ button repeatedly or select Source in the Settings menu
(see p. 16) to select AV1, AV2, AV3, HDMI1, HDMI2, Side or TV, according
to where you connected your devices.
®
SCREEN
FORMAT
Ò
‡
†
- FAVORITES -
º
✓
π
VIEW
é Press the cursor up/down.
“ Press OK.
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Audio- and video equipment buttons
Most of the audio and video equipment from our range of products can be
operated with the remote control of your TV.
POWER
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
SELECT
A/CH
DEMO
GUIDE
CLOCK
MY CONTENT
=
INFO
SWIVEL
®
OK
®
®
®
MENU
PIP
+
+
VOL
CH/
MUTE
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
8
9
7
POWER to switch to standby
º
®
Ò
for pause,
for record,
for rewind (VCR, CD);
search down (DVD, AMP)
‡
for stop,
π
for play,
†
for fast forward (VCR, CD);
search up (DVD/AMP)
INFO display information
MENU to switch the menu on or off
- CH + for chapter, channel, track
selection
0 to 9 digit entry,
tape index (VCR),
select a DVD chapter,
select a frequency (AMP)
cursor up/down
to select the next or the
previous disc (CD)
cursor left/right
to select the previous or
following track (CD)
PAGE
_-
Normal mode
Press one of the buttons after you pressed the SELECT button repeatedly
according to the equipment you want to operate with this remote control. See
Use of the remote control, p. 6.
Notes:
- If no action is being undertaken within 60 seconds, the remote control returns to TV
mode.
- After an action in the selected system mode, the remote control will remain in this
mode for 60 seconds and will then return to TV mode or press the SELECT button to
return to TV mode immediately.
.@
AV+
0
-
ON/OFF
Ambilight
MODE
Expert mode
When you do not want the remote to go back to TV mode, and to stay in the
mode selected, proceed as follows:
& Select TV mode with the SELECT button.
®
SCREEN
FORMAT
Ò
‡
†
- FAVORITES -
º
✓
π
VIEW
é Press the SELECT button again simultaneously with the OK button for at
least 2 seconds.
“ Select the desired mode with the SELECT button.
The remote will not go back to TV mode from now on and will remain in the
mode selected.To go back to the default setting of the remote (TV mode)
repeat what is explained above, selecting the TV mode.
Note: LED behavior
- If the LED blinks once after pressing the SELECT button simultaneously with the OK
button for at least 2 seconds, the remote control is in Expert mode and the remote
control remains in the mode selected.
- If the LED blinks 4 times after pressing the SELECT button with the OK button for
at least 2 seconds, the remote control is in Normal mode and the remote control
returns to TV mode after 60 seconds.
Direct selection of a connected device
When the remote is in TV Expert mode you may directly select a connected
device in the following way:
Press the AV+ button:
- followed by digit ‘1’ to select the device connected to AV1.
- followed by digit ‘2’ to select the device connected to AV2.
- followed by digit ‘3’ to select the device connected to AV3.
- followed by digit ‘4’ to select the device connected to HDMI1.
- followed by digit ‘5’ to select the device connected to HDMI2.
- followed by digit ‘0’ to select the device connected to the side.
Note: Make sure your device is turned on.
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Setting the remote control to work accessory devices
Your TV remote control gives you the opportunity to control all your accessory devices with one single remote control.This can be
done by selecting the correct brand and type out of the list of Direct Entry codes for accessory devices.
Press the SELECT button repeatedly to select DVD/R, CBL (SAT), VCR or AUX (CDR) according to the accessory device you want to
operate with this remote control. See Use of the Remote control, p. 6.
If the function buttons on the remote control also work the selected accessory device, then the remote is ready and no further steps
are needed.
If the function buttons do not work with the selected accessory device, according to the device(s) you own, you may make your remote
control ready for them by a direct entry code. Proceed as following.
Code setup
& Press the SELECT button repeatedly to select your source according to
the accessory device you want to operate with this remote control.
POWER
é Press the SELECT and POWER button at the same time for longer than 4
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
A/CH
DEMO
SELECT
“
GUIDE
‘
INFO
(
CLOCK
MY CONTENT
=
SWIVEL
®
®
OK
®
§
®
MENU
PIP
+
VOL
+
MUTE
_-
CH/
PAGE
ABC
seconds.The selected mode LED will lit constantly.
Input the digit code for the type and brand of accessory device.
The codes are listed on page 40.
The selected mode LED will blink fast for 5 seconds as a confirmation you
entered a correct code.The remote will go back to the last selected mode.
If you entered a wrong code the mode LED will stay on for 2 seconds.
Redo step “.
Now you will try to use the TV remote with the accessory device. Press
the SELECT button repeatedly to select the desired mode.
The selected mode LED will stay on for 2 seconds and then begin blinking.
The blinking means that the remote is in the accessory mode you have
selected.
Within 60 seconds from the time the blinking starts, point the remote
toward the accessory device and press the POWER button. If the device
does not respond to the POWER command, follow the steps for
programming the remote again using a different setup code for the type
and brand of accessory device you wish to operate. Refer again to the code
list on page 40. If no more codes are listed for the type and brand of
accessory device, the remote likely will not operate your particular model
of accessory device.
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
Notes:
- Your TV remote is not necessarily capable of being programmed to operate all
models of the brands of accessory devices listed on page 40.You may want to try
the programming process again. Try using the number(s) that are listed for your type
and brand of device to be sure you did not make a mistake in inputting the digits
during your first attempt at programming.
- If the remote control is in one of the accessory modes (a mode light is flashing) —
DVD/R, CBL, TV, VCR or AUX — and you don’t press any of the remote buttons for
sixty seconds, a “time-out” occurs, returning the remote to TV mode.
To cancel the selected mode
Press the SELECT button for 2 seconds.
The remote control will return to TV mode.
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Remote Control Direct Entry Codes for Accessory Devices
Cable Box
ABC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 008, 009
GE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 008, 009
General Instrument . . . . . . . 004, 009, 011
Hitachi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 009
Jerrold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 009, 011
Motorola . . . . . . . . . . . 005, 006, 007, 015
Philips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 000
Pioneer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Proscan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 008, 009
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 011
Scientific Atlanta . . . . . 003, 010, 012, 013
Signature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 009
Sony. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Time Warner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 014
CD
Bose . . . .
Hitachi . . .
JVC . . . . .
Kenwood .
Panasonic .
Philips . . .
Pioneer . .
Samsung. .
Sharp . . . .
Sony. . . . .
Technics . .
Thomson .
Yamaha . .
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012
001
004
002
005
000
011
006
007
008
009
003
010
Digital Video Disc (DVD)
Apex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001, 002
Bose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 050
Daewoo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 029
Denon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 030
GE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 031
Go Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 018
Harman Kardon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 032
Hitachi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 033
JVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 016, 021
Kenwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 034
Koss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 035
Magnavox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 036
Mitsubishi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 037
NAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 052
Norcent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 049
Onkyo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 038
Panasonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003, 004
Philips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 000
Pioneer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 039
Proscan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 040
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Samsung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 010, 012, 023
Sanyo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 013
Sharp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 014, 041
Sony. . . . 005, 006, 007, 008, 011, 017, 019,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 024, 025, 026
Technics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 043
Toshiba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 009, 020
Yamaha . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 044
Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 015
DVR
Philips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 016, 020
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021
RePlay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 017
Sony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 018, 022, 023
Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 031
DVD/VCR Combo
Go Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 018
JVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 016
Samsung. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 012
Sanyo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 013
Sharp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 014
Sony . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 017, 019
Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 015
Satellite Receiver
Directtv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 027
Dish Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 024
Express Vu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 041
GE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 043, 044
Hughes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 032
Mitsubishi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 028
Panasonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 030, 033
Philips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 020, 026
Proscan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 043, 044
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021, 034, 043, 044
Samsung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 025, 035
Sony . . . . . . . . . . 022, 023, 036, 037, 038
Star Choice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 042
Toshiba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 039
Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 031
Dimensia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004
Fisher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Fuji. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 028
GE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004, 026, 027
Go Video . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 005, 018
Harman/Kardon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003
Hitachi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 006
JVC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 016
Lloyds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Magnasonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Magnavox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003, 029
Marantz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003
Memorex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002, 007, 022
Mitsubishi. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 008, 009, 011
Montgomery Ward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Motorola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Optimus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Panasonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002, 010, 021
Philips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 000, 003
Proscan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004, 026, 027
Quasar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021
Radio Shack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
RCA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004, 021, 026, 027
Realistic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002, 022
Samsung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 012
Sanyo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Sears. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Sharp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Shintom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 028
Signature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Sony. . . . . . . . 017, 019, 020, 023, 024, 028
Sylvania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003
Symphonic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Toshiba. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001, 002, 025
Wards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002, 003, 022
Zenith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 028
TV/VCR
Action . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Precision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Realistic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
VCR
Admiral . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 022
Akai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 023, 028
Carver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 003
Craig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 002
Curtis Mathes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004
Daewoo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Daytron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 001
Regulatory Notices - Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician
for help.
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Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or
modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by
Philips Consumer Electronics may void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Cables Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with
metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance with FCC
Rules and Regulations.
Canadian notice This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Avis Canadien Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences
du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
Learnable remote control
Your TV remote control supports a learnable function which makes it possible to read out codes coming from another remote control
from devices from another brand.
This makes it possible to use only one remote control to control all your other connected devices.
For the following devices the highlighted buttons are programmable.
Note:You can put whatever function of your other device remote under one of the highlighted buttons.
DVD/R
CBL
VCR
AUX
POWER
POWER
POWER
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
DVD/R CBL TV VCR AUX
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& Press the SELECT button of your TV remote control repeatedly to select your destination source (e.g. DVD,VCR,...).
é Press the OK button and the POWER button simultaneously for at least 4 seconds.
“
‘
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The LED of the selected source on your TV remote control will light up constantly.
Press a valid destination button on your TV remote control under which you want to copy a certain function from the remote
control of the selected external device.
Place both remote controls face to face so that the infrared signals can be exchanged.
Press for about 2 seconds on the remote control of your external device the function button you want to be learned by your TV
remote control.
The LED of the selected source on your TV remote control is blanked during the capture of the signal.
When the function is copied, the LED is lit again.
Repeat steps “ to ( again to copy other functions.
è To exit the learnable mode:
Press the button at the side of your TV remote control for about 2 seconds.
Your remote control will remain the last selected mode.
Note: If a code from the remote control of your external device is not recognized by the TV remote control, the LED of the selected source will
blink for a few seconds. This means that the code transfer did not succeed.
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To put the remote control function buttons back to the factory mode
& Press the SELECT button repeatedly to select TV mode.
é Press the OK button and the MUTE button simultaneously for at least 5 seconds.
All the SELECT LEDS will light up.
“ Press the SELECT button
• 1x: DVD/R is lit up
• 2x: CBL is lit up
• 3x: VCR is lit up
• 4x: AUX is lit up
• 5x: DVD/R, CBL, VCR, AUX are lit up.
‘ Press the OK button when one or all mode LEDS are lit.
The function buttons which were ‘learned’ will be erased or from the selected destination source or from all the external devices at
once.
All the buttons from the TV remote control will have their factory function again.
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Before Calling Service
Symptoms
Items to Check and Actions to follow
“Ghost” or
double images
•
This may be caused by obstruction to the antenna due to high rise buildings or hills.
Using a highly directional antenna may improve the picture.
No power
•
•
Check that the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the mains socket.
Unplug the television, wait for 60 seconds.
Then re-insert plug into the mains socket and turn on the television again.
No picture
•
•
•
•
•
Check antenna connections at the bottom of the TV to see if they are properly connected to the TV.
Possible broadcast station trouble.Try another channel.
Adjust the contrast and brightness settings.Try another auto picture setting.
Check the Closed Captions control. Some TEXT modes could block the screen.
Check if you selected the correct AV source.
No picture and
power switched on
•
Your TV has a protective mode in case there is too much heat build-up.
Check the clearance around the vents of the device to be certain there are no blocking walls or cabinets
which would limit the air flow.
Picture position
adjustment
When displaying a High Definition signal from the YPbPr inputs or HDMI input, if necessary, you can adjust
the picture position to the center of the screen with the cursor left/right or up/down buttons on the
remote control.This may be needed due to slight differences in output signals from different brands and
types of HD sources boxes.
Notes: Most High Definition receiver boxes also have picture-positioning controls in their menu systems. If the TV cursor
controls run out of range before the picture is correctly positioned, the receiver box controls will need to be adjusted.
No photo, music
or video play or in
poor quality only
•
Check if the source complies with a supported code.
No sound
•
•
•
Increase the VOLUME.
Check that the TV is not muted, press the mute button on the remote control.
When no signal is detected, the TV automatically switches off the sound.
This is proper operation and does not indicate a malfunction.
Good sound but poor
color or no picture
•
Adjust the contrast, color, tint and brightness setting.
Try another auto picture setting.
Snowish picture
and noise
•
Check the antenna connection.
Television not
responding to
remote control
•
•
•
•
•
Check whether the batteries are working. Replace if necessary.
Clean the remote control sensor lens on the monitor.
Operating range between TV and the remote control should not be > 240”.
You can still use the buttons on top of your TV.
Check if the remote control is in the correct mode.
Control of
accessory devices
•
The infrared signals of the screen may influence the reception sensibility of other peripherals
Solution: replace the batteries of the remote control of other devices.
E.g. keep away a wireless headphone from within a radius of 50”.
No stable or not
synchronized VGA
picture
Check if you have selected the correct VGA mode in your PC.
See HDMI connectors, p. 35.
If your problem is not solved
Turn your TV off and then on again once.
Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself.
Check with your dealer or call a TV technician.
Telephone number Philips Customer
Care Center: 1-888-PHILIPS (744-5477)
Please, have the Model and Product number which you can find
at the back of your television set ready, before calling.
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Tips
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 color fading.
Plasma display characteristics
This Plasma display is designed to be used at altitudes up to 6562 ft above sea level (and/or local air pressure equal or above
800 hPa). Operating this set at higher altitude (lower air pressure) is possible. However, at high altitudes (or local air pressure equal
or below 800 hPa) the picture on this display may become unstable and picture performance can deteriorate. In addition, the plasma
display may produce a humming sound in these conditions.
These possible adverse effects relate to the altitude and are common of all plasma displays. Once the set is brought below aprox
6562 ft (and/or local air pressure equal or above 800 hPa) its function will most likely return to normal.
Note:Transportation at high altitudes has no negative effect on the set or picture performance.
How to dispose of batteries?
The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy metals mercury and cadmium. Nevertheless in many areas batteries may not be
disposed of with your household waste. Please ensure you dispose of batteries according to local regulations.
Standby
Your TV consumes energy in the standby mode. Energy consumption contributes to air and water pollution.
Energy Star Compliance
No CableCARD installed: 1 W.
With CableCARD installed: 15 W.
After improper shutdown
If your TV has been shutdown in an improper way (e.g. power drop, power cord plug out), starting up the TV again will take a longer
time than usual.
Miscellaneous
See Extras, Specifications on this CD.
Warning concerning stationary images on the TV screen (only for PDP Displays)
A characteristic of Plasma Display 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.
Examples of stationary images (this is not an all-inclusive 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;
• PIP and Multipip: do not view for long periods of time using the PIP function or Multipip function;
• 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.
Notes:
- reduce contrast and brightness when viewing
- once burn-in occurs it will never disappear completely.
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Glossary
1080i
Provides 1080 lines of resolution. Displays images using interlaced scanning.
1080i is one of the formats used by HDTV (via HDMI,YPbPr, 1394...).
720p
Displays images using progressive scanning.
CS Caption Service
DCC Digital Closed Caption
DNS
The Domain Name System is a distributed internet directory service. DNS is used mostly to translate between domain names and
IP addresses, and to control e-mail delivery.
DTV
A new technology for transmitting and receiving broadcast television signals. DTV provides higher resolution and improved sound
quality over analog television.
DV Digital Video (from a camera)
DVB Digital Video Broadcast
DVCR Digital Video Recorder.
EAS
Emergency Alert System
Method for use by cable TV systems to signal emergencies to digital terminal devices such as digital STV, digital TV receivers and
digital VCRs. It allows a cable operator to disseminate emergency alert information related to state and local-level emergencies and
warnings.
NTSC Analog signals
PBS Public Broadcast System
POD
(Cable Card) Point Of Deployment (module) (process scrambled information)
Kensington Security Slot (if present)
Your TV is equipped with a Kensington Security Slot, to prevent it from getting stolen.
An anti-theft Kensington lock has to be purchased separately.
The Kensington lock is a plastic-coated steel cable with a lock. One end has to be fixed to the opening of the TV and locked
with a special key.The other end is attached to a fixed point.
® Kensington and MicroSaver are registered US trademarks of ACCO World Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications
in other countries throughout the world. All other registered and unregistered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Annex 1 - Philips TV software upgrade with portable memory
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.
Preparing 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 or memory card (if available).
Supported memory cards (if available): CompactFlash Card Type I & II, IBM
Microdrive, Memory Stick, SecureDigital Card / Mini SD Card, SmartMedia
Card, MultiMedia Card.
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:
& Go to www.philips.com/support using the web browser on your PC.
é Follow the procedure to find the information and the software related to
your TV.
“ Select the latest software upgrade file and download it to your PC.
‘ Decompress the ZIP-file and copy the file “autorun.upg” to the root
directory of the USB portable memory.
Note: Only use software upgrades that can be found on the
www.philips.com/support web site.
Verifying the version of the TV software
Before starting the software upgrade procedure, it is advised to check what
the current TV software is.
& Select Software Upgrade in the Installation menu.
é Press the cursor right.
The Software Upgrade menu moves to the left panel.
“ Select Current Software Info to observe the version and the description
of the current software.
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Automatic software upgrade procedure
& Power off your TV and remove all memory devices.
é Insert the USB portable memory that contains the downloaded software
upgrade.
“ Switch on your TV with the POWER button on your remote control.
‘ 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.
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.
( When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB portable
memory and restart your TV with the POWER button on your remote
control.
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.
Manual software upgrade procedure
For a manual software upgrade copy the “autorun.upg” file in a directory
called “Upgrades” located in the root of the USB portable memory.
& Insert the portable memory that contains the downloaded software
upgrade.
é Select Software Upgrade in the Installation menu. Go to Local
upgrades/applications.
The TV will list all compatible images available on the USB portable
memory and display the data for each selected upgrade image.
“ Select the correct upgrade image and press the red color button 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.
‘ When the software upgrade was successful, remove the USB portable
memory and restart your TV with the POWER button on your remote
control.
Your TV will start up with the new software.
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Annex 2 - 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 (e.g. 42PF9630A/37) 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.
& Press the = button on the remote control after having inserted a memory card or USB device and switched on the
TV.
é Go to where you stored the slideshow file (.alb) on your portable memory.
“ Select the slideshow file and press the OK button to start the slide show.
‘ To stop a slide show, press the ‡ button.
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 non-networked 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>
</philips-slideshow>
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Supported XML-tags
The following table gives a description of the XML syntax.
Tag Name
Use
Description
philips-slideshow mandatory
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.
Examples:
See on this CD in the directory Files/Slideshw/....
Copy the directory with the slideshow files to your portable memory.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-885h9-1" ?>
<philips-slideshow version="1.0" >
<title>Philips AlbumFile</title>
<audio>Music\Nature.mp3</audio>
<slide-duration>50</slide-duration>
<slides>
<slide>Images\Image01.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image02.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image03.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image04.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image05.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image06.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image07.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image08.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image09.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image10.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image11.jpg</slide>
<slide>Images\Image12.jpg</slide>
</slides>
</philips-slideshow>
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Annex 3 - Philips TV - Portable Memory and USB
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 (e.g. 42PF9630A/37) 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 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 following file types are supported: .jpg, .jpeg, .mp3, .alb, .m3u and .pls.
• Only linear JPEG picture formats are supported. Progressive JPEG encodings are not supported.
• The length of a filename or directory name is limited to the length specified by the FAT12/16/32 file systems.
• Max. levels of nested directories is 19.
• Never use the supported file type extensions (.jpg, .jpeg, .mp3, .alb, .m3u and .pls) as extensions for directories as these
directories will be treated as corrupted files.
• The MP3 decoder does not support MPEG1 Layer 1 or Layer 2 playback.
• MP3 Pro files can be played with normal MP3 quality.
• The access and response time of the content on a device can differ depending on the type or brand of the device.
• The access and response time of the content on a device will decrease the more unsupported or corrupted files are on
the device.
Portable Memory Issues
• The following memory cards* are supported by the digital media reader:
- CompactFlash Card (Type I & II) (CF)
- IBM Microdrive
- Memory Stick + Memory Stick Pro
- SecureDigital Card (SD)
- SmartMedia Card (SM)
- MultiMedia Card (MMC)
• XD cards are supported through an external XD compatible card reader (not supplied with the TV) connected to the USB
connector. The same holds for other future memory cards.
• Do not apply excessive force when inserting a memory card into the digital media reader. If the memory card doesn’t fit
or isn’t detected by the TV, try to flip over the card and re-insert it.
• When inserting multiple cards at the same time some card combinations will work. It is however recommended to insert
maximum one memory card at the same time.
* Trademarks and trade names belong to their respective owners.
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.
• Remove the memory card from your digital camera and insert it directly into the digital media reader on the right side of
your TV.
• If you have a digital camera with only internal memory (no removable memory) you can try to copy the content manually
to a memory card or a USB memory device (e.g. Philips KEY product) using a personal computer.
• Some digital cameras allow you to switch between PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol) or “PC Link” and USB Mass Storage or
“PC Drive”. 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.
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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.
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PHILIPS LIMITED WARRANTY
One (1) Year Labor & One (1) Year Parts & One (1) Year Display Repair
PHILIPS warrants this product against defect in material or
workmanship, subject to any conditions set forth as follows:
PROOF OF PURCHASE:
You must have proof of the date of purchase to receive repair
on the product. A sales receipt or other document showing the
product and the date that you purchased the product as well as
the authorized retailer included, is considered such proof.
COVERAGE:
(If this product is determined to be defective)
LABOR: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, Philips will repair or replace the product, at its option, at
no charge, or pay the labor charges to any Philips authorized
service center. After the period of one (1) year, Philips will no
longer be responsible for charges incurred.
PARTS: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase,
Philips will supply, at no charge, new or rebuilt replacement
parts in exchange for defective parts. Philips authorized service
centers will provide removal and installation of the parts for
one (1) year.
DISPLAY: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, Philips will supply, at no charge, a new or rebuilt active
display device in exchange for the defective display. Philips
authorized service centers will provide removal and installation
of the parts under the specified labor warranty.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN THE U.S.A.,
PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS…
Contact Philips Customer Care Center at:
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477)
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE IN CANADA…
1-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477) - (English or Spanish
Speaking)
REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS
WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR THE CONSUMER. PHILIPS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF
ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS
PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION
OF THIS WARRANTY.
Some states do not allow the exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. In addition, if you enter into a
service contract agreement with the PHILIPS partnership within
ninety (90) days of the date of sale, the limitation on how long
an implied warranty lasts does not apply.
EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY COVERAGE
Your warranty does not cover:
• Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation
or repair of antenna systems outside of the product.
• Product repair and/or part replacement because of improper
installation, connections to improper voltage supply, abuse,
neglect, misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause
not within the control of Philips.
• A product that requires modification or adaptation to enable
it to operate in any country other than the country for
which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or
authorized, or repair of products damaged by these modifications.
• Damage occurring to product during shipping when improperly packaged or costs associated with packaging.
• Product lost in shipment and no signature verification of
receipt can be provided.
• A product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
• Products sold AS IS or RENEWED.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province.
Philips, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026
(Warranty: 4835 710 28375)
GARANTÍA LIMITADADE PHILIPS
Un (1) año de mano de obra y un (1) año de piezas y
un (1) año de reparación de la pantalla
PHILIPS garantiza este producto contra defectos en el material o en la mano de obra, sujeto a las condiciones que se
establecen a continuación:
COMPROBANTE DE COMPRA:
Para obtener la reparación del producto, debe presentar un
comprobante de la fecha de la compra. Se considera como tal
comprobante un recibo de venta o algún otro documento que
indique tanto el producto y la fecha en que lo compró, como
también el distribuidor minorista autorizado.
COBERTURA:
(Si se determina que este producto tiene defectos)
MANO DE OBRA: Durante un período de un (1) año desde la
fecha de compra, Philips reparará o reemplazará el producto,
según sea su criterio, sin ningún costo o pagará los cargos por
concepto de mano de obra al centro de servicio técnico autorizado de Philips. Después de un período de un (1) año, Philips
no será responsable de los gastos en que se incurra.
PIEZAS: Durante un período de un (1) año desde la fecha de
compra, Philips proporcionará, sin ningún costo, piezas de
repuesto nuevas o reacondicionadas a cambio de las piezas
defectuosas. Los centros de servicio técnico autorizados de
Philips proporcionarán el retiro y la instalación de las piezas
durante un (1) año.
PANTALLA: Durante un período de un (1) año desde la fecha
de compra, Philips proporcionará, sin ningún costo, un dispositivo de pantalla activa nuevo o reacondicionado a cambio de la
pantalla defectuosa. Los centros de servicio técnico autorizados
de Philips proporcionarán el retiro y la instalación de las piezas
de acuerdo con lo que indique la garantía de mano de obra
específica.
SIN COBERTURA DE GARANTÍA
Su garantía no cubre:
• Los costos de mano de obra por la instalación o preparación
del producto, el ajuste de controles del cliente en el producto y la instalación o reparación de los sistemas de antena
externos al producto.
• La reparación del producto y/o el reemplazo de piezas
debido a la instalación inadecuada, a conexiones hechas a un
suministro de voltaje inadecuado, al abuso, descuido, mal
uso, accidentes, reparaciones no autorizadas u otras causas
que no se encuentren en control de Philips.
• Un producto que requiera modificación o adaptación para
permitir su operación en cualquier país que no sea el país
para el que se diseñó, fabricó, aprobó y/o autorizó o la
reparación de productos dañados por estas modificaciones.
• Los daños al producto durante el envío cuando el empaque no
ha sido el adecuado o los costos asociados con el embalaje
• La pérdida del producto en el traslado y cuando no se pueda
proporcionar una firma que verifique el recibo.
• Un producto que se use para propósitos comerciales o institucionales (lo que incluye, entre otros, los de alquiler).
• Los productos vendidos TAL COMO ESTÁN o RENOVADOS.
PARA OBTENER EL SERVICIO TÉCNICO DE LA
GARANTÍA EN EE.UU., PUERTO RICO O EN LAS
ISLAS VÍRGENES DE EE.UU...
Comuníquese con el Centro de Atención al Cliente
de Philips al:
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477)
PARA OBTENER EL SERVICIO TÉCNICO DE LA
GARANTÍA EN CANADÁ...
1-800-661-6162 (si habla francés)
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477) - (si habla
inglés o español)
LA REPARACIÓN O EL REEMPLAZO, SEGÚN LO DISPONE
ESTA GARANTÍA, ES LA SOLUCIÓN EXCLUSIVA PARA EL
CLIENTE. PHILIPS NO SERÁ RESPONSABLE DE LOS DAÑOS
CASUALES O EMERGENTES QUE INFRINJAN ALGUNA
GARANTÍA EXPRESA O IMPLÍCITA SOBRE ESTE PRODUCTO. CON EXCEPCIÓN DE LO QUE PROHÍBA LA LEY
VIGENTE, TODA GARANTÍA IMPLÍCITA DE COMERCIABILIDAD Y ADECUACIÓN PARA UN PROPÓSITO PARTICULAR EN ESTE PRODUCTO ESTÁ LIMITADA EN DURACIÓN
A LO QUE ESPECIFIQUE ESTA GARANTÍA.
Algunos estados no permiten las exclusiones o la limitación de
los daños casuales o importantes, ni permiten limitaciones
sobre la duración de la garantía implícita, de modo que es posible que las limitaciones o exclusiones anteriores no se apliquen
a usted. Además, si usted celebra un contrato de servicio con la
sociedad PHILIPS en un plazo de noventa (90) días a partir de la
fecha de venta, no se aplicará la limitación sobre la duración de
la garantía implícita.
Esta garantía le otorga derechos legales específicos. Usted puede tener otros derechos que varían entre los diferentes estados y provincias.
Philips, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026
(Garantía: 4835 710 28400)
GARANTIE LIMITÉE PHILIPS
Un (1) an sur la main d’oeuvre et Un (1) an sur les pièce et
Un (1) an sur la réparation d’un afficheur
PHILIPS garantit ce produit contre tout défaut de matière et
de main d’œuvre, sous réserve de toutes les conditions énoncées, comme suit :
PREUVE D’ACHAT :
Vous devez fournir une preuve de la date d’achat afin de bénéficier du service de réparation pour votre produit. Un reçu ou
tout autre document faisant preuve de la date d’achat du produit et du détaillant agréé est considéré comme une preuve
d’achat.
COUVERTURE :
(S’il est déterminé que le produit est défectueux)
MAIN D’OEUVRE : Pour une période de un (1) an à partir de
la date d’achat, Philips s’engage, à son choix, à réparer ou à
remplacer le produit gratuitement, ou à rembourser les frais de
main d’œuvre du centre de service agréé Philips. Suivant cette
période de un (1) an, Philips ne sera plus responsable d’aucun
frais encouru.
PIÈCES : Pour une période de un (1) an à partir de la date
d’achat, Philips fournira, gratuitement, des pièces de rechange
neuves ou remises à neuf en échange des pièces défectueuses.
Un centre de réparation agréé Philips effectuera le démontage
et le montage des pièces pour une période de un (1) an.
AFFICHEUR : Pour une période de un (1) an à partir de la date
d’achat, Philips fournira, gratuitement, un afficheur actif neuf ou
remis à neuf en échange de l’afficheur défectueux. Un centre de
réparation agréé Philips effectuera le démontage et le montage
des pièces sous la garantie de main d’œuvre spécifiée.
EXCLUSIONS DE LA GARANTIE
Votre garantie ne couvre pas :
• les frais de main d’œuvre pour l’installation ou la configuration du produit, le réglage des commandes sur le produit du
client ainsi que l’installation ou la réparation du système d’antenne externe au produit.
• la réparation du produit et/ou le remplacement des pièces à
cause d’une mauvaise installation, d’un raccordement à une
alimentation électrique incorrecte, d’un emploi abusif, d’une
négligence, d’un mauvais usage, d’un accident, d’une réparation non autorisée ou de toute autre cause non contrôlable
par Philips.
• un produit nécessitant une modification ou adaptation afin de
permettre l’utilisation dans tout pays autre que celui pour
lequel il était désigné, fabriqué, approuvé et/ou autorisé ou
toute réparation du produit endommagé par ces modifications.
• tout dommage au produit lors de l’expédition lorsque celuici n’a pas été emballé correctement ou tout frais associé à
l’emballage.
• un produit perdu lors de l’expédition sans preuve signée de
la réception.
• un produit utilisé à des fins commerciales ou institutionnelles
(y compris mais non de façon limitative les fins de location).
• un produit vendu TEL QUEL ou RÉNOVÉ.
POUR OBTENIR UN SERVICE DE GARANTIE AUX
ÉTATS-UNIS, À PORTO RICO OU AUX ÎLES
VIERGES AMÉRICAINES…
Communiquez avec le centre de service à la clientèle de
Philips au :
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477)
POUR OBTENIR UN SERVICE DE GARANTIE AU
CANADA…
1-800-661-6162 (pour un service en français)
1-888-PHILIPS (1-888-744-5477) - (pour un service en
anglais ou en espagnol)
LA RÉPARATION OU LE REMPLACEMENT
CONFORMÉMENT À CETTE GARANTIE CONSTITUE LE
SEUL REMÈDE POUR LE CONSOMMATEUR. PHILIPS N’EST
AUCUNEMENT RESPONSABLE DE TOUT DOMMAGE
ACCESSOIRE OU INDIRECT RÉSULTANT DE LA VIOLATION DE TOUTE GARANTIE EXPRESSE OU IMPLICITE SUR
CE PRODUIT. SAUF DANS LA MESURE INTERDITE PAR LES
LOIS APPLICABLES, TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE DE
QUALITÉ LOYALE ET MARCHANDE OU D’UTILITÉ PARTICULIÈRE DU PRODUIT EST LIMITÉE DANS LE TEMPS À LA
DURÉE DE CETTE GARANTIE.
Certains états ne reconnaissent pas l’exclusion ou la limitation
de la responsabilité pour dommages indirects ou accessoires,
ou autorisent des limitations sur la durée d’une garantie
implicite, il est donc possible que les limitations ou exclusions
mentionnées ci-dessus soient sans effet dans votre cas. En
outre, si vous concluez une entente de contrat de service avec
la société PHILIPS dans les quatre-vingt-dix (90) jours suivant la
date d’achat, la limitation sur la durée de la garantie implicite ne
s’applique pas.
Cette garantie vous donne des droits légaux spécifiques. Il est possible que vous bénéficiiez de droits supplémentaires variant d’un état/province à l’autre.
Philips, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026
(Garantie: 4835 710 28425)