Philips 21PT5007 21" real flat TV

Real Flat Television
User Manual
21PT5007
21PT5017
21PT5027
CONTENTS
Introduction
Safety information and Tips ................................................................................................. 3
Before calling Customer Service ........................................................................................ 4
Basic Installation functions
Getting started ....................................................................................................................... 5
Connecting Audio/Video (Playback) .................................................................................. 6
Connecting Audio/Video (Recording) ............................................................................... 7
Functions of the Remote control ....................................................................................... 8
Functions of the TV control panel ...................................................................................... 9
TV Installation
Selecting the Main Menu ...................................................................................................... 10
Selecting your menu language ............................................................................................. 11
Tuning your channels automatically ................................................................................... 12
Tuning your channels manually ........................................................................................... 13
Fine Tuning your channels .................................................................................................... 15
Changing the system settings .............................................................................................. 16
Adjusting the TV picture ....................................................................................................... 17
Features
Swapping your TV channels ................................................................................................. 18
Skipping channels ................................................................................................................... 19
Storing your favourite channels .......................................................................................... 20
Setting the Timer .................................................................................................................... 21
General
Specifications .......................................................................................................................... 23
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Recycling Directive – To minimise harm to the environment, the batteries supplied
with the TV set do not contain mercury or nickel cadmium. If possible, when
disposing of batteries, use recycling means available to you.Your TV set uses materials which
are reusable or which can be recycled.To minimise the amount of waste in the environment,
specialist companies recover used sets for dismantling and collection of reusable materials
(contact your dealer).
SAFETY INFORMATION AND TIPS
Safety information
• remove mains plug when :
– the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously.
– a bright white line is displayed across the screen.
– cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents such as scouring powder. Use a
slightly damp chamois leather or soft cloth.
– there is a lightning storm.
– the set is left unattended for a long period of time.
• No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on top of the TV or in the
vicinity.
• Do not place your TV set under direct sunlight or heat.
• Leave at least 5 cm around each side of TV set to allow for proper ventilation.
• Avoid placing your set (e.g. near the window) where it is likely to be exposed to rain or water.
• No objects filled with liquids should be placed on top the TV so as to avoid dripping or
splashing of liquids on the set.
Tips
• Do not leave your set on standby mode for a prolonged period of time. Switch off set to
allow it to be demagnetised. A demagnetised set supports good picture quality.
• Do not shift or move the set around when it is switched on. This will result in unevenness in
colour in some parts of the screen.
• Never try to repair a faulty TV yourself. Always check with a skilled service personnel.
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BEFORE CALLING CUSTOMER SERVICE
Below is a list of frequently occurred symptoms. Before you call for service, make these simple
checks. Some of these symptoms can easily be rectified if you know what to do.
Symptoms
What you should do
Colour patch (uneveness)
- Switch off the TV from the mains power button. Wait for 20
minutes before switching on again.
- Check the TV is not placed too near speakers or magnetic objects.
No power
- Check the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the mains
socket. If there is still no power, remove the plug.Wait for 60
seconds and re-insert plug. Switch on the TV again.
No picture
- Check the antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
- Possible TV station problem.Try another channel.
Good picture
but no sound
- Try increasing the volume.
- Check that the sound is not turned off. If it is turned off, press
the Mute button on the remote control to restore sound.
Good sound but poor - Try increasing the contrast and brightness setting.
colour or no picture
Snowy picture and noise - Check antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
Horizontal dotted lines
- Possible electrical interference e.g. hairdryer, vacuum
cleaner, etc. Switch off appliances.
Double images or “Ghost” images
- Possible poor positioning of antenna. Use of a highly
directional antenna may improve reception.
TV not responding to remote remote control
- Check life span of batteries of remote control handset. - Aim remote control directly at remote sensor lens on the
front panel of the TV.
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GETTING STARTED
Connecting the antenna
• Connect the aerial plug to the antenna socket
on the backcover.
• Insert the mains plug into the wall socket.
Connecting the mains
• For correct mains voltage, refer to type sticker
at the rear of the TV set
• Consult your dealer if mains supply is different.
Note : This diagram is not representative of the
actual plug and socket.
Switching on the set
• Press the main power button to switch on/
off theTV.
• If the set is on standby (indicator is lit),
press the Power button on the remote
control to switch on set.
Disconnecting from the mains
• The mains switch . on the TV is used as a disconnecting device.
Installing the remote control batteries
• Insert the correct type of batteries into the
compartment.
• Ensure the batteries are placed in the right
direction.
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CONNECTING AUDIO/VIDEO (PLAYBACK)
Connection for viewing VCRs
AUDIO
R
L
AV sockets on
rear of TV
VIDEO
AV1 in
Monitor out
L
AUDIO
OUT
R
Back of VCR
(with Video and
Audio output sockets)
VIDEO
OUT
You can view the playback of VCR tapes (Video Disc players, camcorders, etc.) by using the AUDIO
and VIDEO INPUT sockets on the rear of the TV.
– NOTE:
Connect the video and audio RCA cables from the VIDEO and AUDIO IN on the rear of the
TV toAV
theinput
AUDIO
OUT
of the
Rear
and and
SideVIDEO
AV input
cannot
beVCR.
used simultaneously. As the Side
AV does not have the Auto priority, you will have to manually switch to Side AV
with the button to receive video and audio content of the video camera.
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CONNECTING AUDIO/VIDEO (RECORDING)
Connection for recording from the TV channel to VCR
AUDIO
R
L
AV sockets on
the rear of TV
VIDEO
AV1 in
Monitor out
L
AUDIO
R
Back of VCR
(with Video and
Audio input sockets)
VIDEO
IN
IN
– Connect the video and audio RCA cables from the VIDEO and AUDIO IN sockets of the
Connection
for recording
TVthe
toTV.
VCR
VCR
to the MONITOR
OUT from
on thecable
rear of
R
AUDIO
L
VIDEO
AV1 in
Cable
AV sockets on
rear of TV
Monitor out
Cable OUT
OUT
OUT
Antenna
L
Audio
OUT
R
Video
Cable IN
IN
IN
IN
VCR (with Video and
Audio input sockets)
Set top box
– Connect the RF cable from the OUTput of the set top box to the Antenna IN of the VCR.
From the VCR’s Antenna OUT, connect the RF cable to the Antenna socket on the rear of
the TV.
– Connect the video and audio RCA cables from the VIDEO and AUDIO IN sockets of the
VCR to the MONITOR OUT on the rear of the TV.
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FUNCTIONS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
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2
5
SMART PICTURE button
To select Personal, Soft, Natural or Rich
picture.
6
DEL / Info button
To display information such as channel
number, colour system, sound system or
the time.
In Favourite Channel submenu, press to
delete the favourite channel number.
7
MUTE button
To turn on or turn off sound.
8
CH+ / CH- button
To select channels in ascending or
descending order.
In menu operation, to highlight a menu
item.
9
OK button
To enter submenu or confirm menu
operation.
10
SLEEP button
To set sleep timer from 10 to 120 minutes
(in 10 minute intervals), cancel sleep timer
or display remaining time.
11
VOL+ / VOL- button
To turn up or turn down the sound.
In menu operation, to adjust the setting
for all selected options.
12
MENU button
To display main menu or return to
previous screen.
13
A/CH (Alternate Channel) button
To toggle last viewed channel or current
channel.
14
0-9 numeric buttons
To directly select TV channel number.
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13
4
12
5
11
6
10
7
9
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This TV features a full-function remote
control. Its compact design is the result of
having many of the buttons with multiple
functions.
1
POWER button
To turn on the TV or switch it to Standby
mode.
2
FAV button
To browse the channels you set in your
Favourite list.
3
SOUND SYS button
To directly select a sound system without
entering the submenu.
8
Input button
To select an input signal (TV, AV1 or AV2).
FUNCTIONS OF THE TV CONTROL PANEL
The TV controls are on the front panel just below the screen.
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&
Mains Power button
Press to turn on or turn off TV.
If TV is in Standby mode, press:
- CH or CH on the TV front panel or
- POWER button on the remote control
to turn on TV.
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Standby light indicator
Indicator is lit when standby mode is activated.
To switch TV to Standby mode, press the POWER
button on the remote control.
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Remote Sensor
Acts as a sensor for activating the controls of the
TV when remote control handset is aimed at it.
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Volume + / – buttons
To turn up or turn down the TV sound.
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Channel
Select channel in descending/ascending order.
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buttons
TIP:
• You can enter the main menu by pressing both the Volume + and Volume - buttons
at the same time.
• Press the Channel or buttons to select the next item on the menu.
• Press Volume + or Volume - button to access sub-menu and adjust the settings.
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SELECTING THE MAIN MENU
The User Manual explains the operation of the TV set using the buttons on the remote control
unless otherwise stated. Please read the following instructions carefully and follow the steps as
shown to familiarise yourself with installation and other features available for your TV set.
TIP:
You may encounter instability of the on-screen display when there is no signal input to
the TV. When this happens, use the
button on your remote control to select an AV
channel.
Step
Press button
MENU
Result on screen
Enter main menu.
The Picture main menu is
always selected by default.
The Main Menu (top
panel) shows four symbols:
Picture, Feature, Timer and
Preset.
Use the VOL+ or VOLbuttons to select the main
menu items.
The Submenu (main panel)
displays the menus of the
selected main menu item.
Use the CH+ or CH- to
select the submenu items.
CH+
Or
CH-
To navigate the submenu
items.
Example: The Brightness
submenu item is selected
as shown.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
To adjust the individual
submenu items.
Example: Press repeatedly
to adjust the brightness
level.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
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SELECTING YOUR MENU LANGUAGE
The Language option lets you set your language for the TV’s on-screen display menus.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
FEATURE main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
the Settings submenu is
selected.
OK
Enter Settings submenu.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until the
Language submenu is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly to toggle
between the available languages you want to select.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
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TUNING YOUR CHANNELS AUTOMATICALLY
You can search for all active channels automatically with the Auto Store feature.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
PRESET main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until the
Auto Store submenu is
selected.
OK
Auto searching will begin.
All available channels found
will be stored from number
1 onwards.
When all frquency bands
have been searched, auto
searching will stop.
The program of the first
searched channel will be
displayed.
VOL-
To stop auto searching.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
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TUNING YOUR CHANNELS MANUALLY
You can manually search your channel from any frequency band and select your preferred
channel number with the Manual Store feature.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until
Preset main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Channel submenu is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly to select
the Channel number.
Example: to change to
channel nuber 31.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Band submenu is selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Select the frequency band
(VHFL/VHFH/UHF).
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TUNING YOUR CHANNELS MANUALLY
Step
Press button
Result on screen
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Manual Store submenu
is selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press VOL+ to start
search upwards or VOLto search downwards
from the current position and frequency band.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press VOL- to stop
manual searching
upwards or VOL+ to
stop manual searching
downwards.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
NOTE:
If the channel searched is not the one you want, restart the search
upwards or downwards by pressing VOL+ or VOL- respectively.
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FINE TUNING YOUR CHANNELS
This feature lets you adjust the picture reception in places where the reception is weak.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
PRESET main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Fine Tune submenu is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press VOL+ to fine tune
upwards and VOL- to fine
tune downwards.
MENU Exit menu from screen.
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CHANGING THE SYSTEM SETTINGS
The Settings feature lets you set the colour system, sound system and Auto Volume Level
(AVL).
AVL enables the volume to remain at a predetermined level to prevent sudden changes in
volume levels during commercial breaks or when you are surfing the channels.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
FEATURE main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Settings submenu is
selected.
OK
The Settings entries are
displayed.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly to select
ColorSys, Snd Sys or
AVL.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly to change
the settings for:
- ColorSys (AUTO, PAL,
or SECAM)
- Snd Sys (BG, DK or I)
- AVL (On or Off)
MENU Exit menu from screen.
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ADJUSTING THE TV PICTURE
The Picture feature lets you fine tune your TV picture such as the contrast, brightness, colour,
sharpness and colour temperature.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU
Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
PICTURE main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly to select
Contrast, Brightness,
Color, Sharpness or
Color Temp.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press to increase or
decrease levels for
Contrast, Brightness,
Color and Sharpness.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press to change settings for
Color Temp (Normal,
Warm or Cool)
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
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SWAPPING YOUR TV CHANNELS
After auto or manual searching of channels, you can reorder the channel numbers using the
Channel Swap feature.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU
Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
FEATURE main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
CH Swap submenu is
selected.
OK
The CH Swap entries
are displayed.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press to select From.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press to select to select
the channel you want to
change.
Example: Channel 30
CH-
Press to select To.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press to select to select
the channel you want to
swap.
Example: Channel 22
CH-
Press to select Exchange.
OK
MENU
Press to select On.
Channel 30 is now
swapped with channel 22.
Exit menu from screen.
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SKIPPING CHANNELS
This feature lets you skip or edit channels which have bad or weak TV signal.
NOTE:
Once a channel is skipped, you cannot access it by using the CH+ or CH– buttons or the
numeric (0 - 9) buttons on the remote control. You will need to restore the skipped channels
first.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
PRESET main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Channel submenu is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press to select channel
number to skip.
Example: channel 20.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
Skip submenu is selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until
Skip is On.
MENU Exit menu from screen.
RESTORING SKIPPED CHANNELS
1. Repeat Steps 1 to 5 described above.
2. Press VOL+ or VOL- repeatedly until Skip is
Off. Example: Channel 15 is restored.
3. Press MENU to exit.
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STORING YOUR FAVOURITE CHANNELS
This feature lets you store up to six favourite channels which you can view or browse using
the FAV button on the remote control.
Press button
Result on screen
Step
MENU
Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
FEATURE main menu is
selected.
CH+
Or
CH-
Press repeatedly until
FAV. Ch submenu is
selected.
OK
The FAV. Ch entries are
displayed.
CH+
Or
CH-
Example: To store channel 8
in your favourite channel 1.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until 08 is
selected.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
Press to select FAV. Ch1.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 described above to store the
other favourite channels.
DELETING YOUR FAVOURITE
CHANNELS
Example: To delete favourite channel 4:
1. Highlight your favourite channel.
2. Press the DEL button on your remote control
to delete the favourite channel.
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SETTING THE TIMER
The Timer feature lets you program the TV to turn on and turn off at a specific time and
channel.
Step
Result on screen
Press button
MENU Enter main menu.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until the
TIMER main menu is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Example: To set time to
18:00 hrs.
Press repeatedly until
Time is 18:00.
CH+
Or
CH-
Example: To set TV to turn
off channel 11 at 22:00 hrs
everyday.
Press repeatedly until Stop
Time is selected.
Press repeatedly until
Daily is selected.
VOL+
Or
VOLCHVOL+
Or
VOL-
Press so that 0:00 is
selected.
Press repeatedly until
22:00 is selected.
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SETTING THE TIMER
Step
Result on screen
Press button
CH+
Or
CH-
Example: To set TV to turn
on channel 11 at 22:59 hrs
once.
Press repeatedly until
Start Time is selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until
Once is selected.
CH-
Press so that 0:00 is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until
22:59 is selected.
CH-
Press so that Channel is
selected.
VOL+
Or
VOL-
Press repeatedly until
Channel is set to 11.
MENU
Exit menu from screen.
NOTE:
You can only enter the Start Time using the VOL+ or VOL- buttons.
The numeric (0-9) buttons cannot be used to enter Start Time.
Off
The Start/Stop Timer will not operate.
Daily
The Start/Stop Timer is set to turn the TV on or off everyday.
Once
The Start/Stop Timer is set to turn the TV on or off only once.
Channel
The channel the TV will display at Start Time.
Stop
Time
You should set a time later than that set for Time.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Product type
21PT5007, 21PT5017, 21PT5027
Picture
Display screen type
Real Flat picture tube
Visible diagonal screen size
51 cm
Aspect ratio
4:3
Picture enhancements
Sharpness Adjustment, Black Stretch, Smart Picture
Sound
Loudspeakers
2 x 5W
250 W PMPO (/94)
Sound system
Eco AV Stereo
Sound enhancements
Convenience
Auto Volume Leveller
Sleeptimer, Auto Store, Fine Tuning
Reception
TV system
PAL B/G, PAL D/K, PAL I,
SECAM B/G (except /79 and /94), SECAM D/K (except /79 and /94)
Video playback
NTSC, PAL
Connectivity
Rear
AV1: CVBS In; AV2: Monitor Out;
Antenna In (75 )
Side / Top
CVBS in, Headphone out
General
Mains voltage / frequency
100-240 V, 50/60 Hz (/56 and /94);
220-240 V, 50/60 Hz (/63 /69 and /79)
Power consumption
70 W
Net weight
21.7 kg
Gross weight
25 kg
Set dimensions (W x H x D) mm
594 x 460 x 486
NOTE: Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Specifications are subject to change withoutnotice.
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