Philips Wireless HDTV Link SWW1800

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EN User manual
1 Important
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2 Your SWW1800
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Safety
What is in the box
Overview
English
Contents
3 Installation
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Connect the transmitter to your HD
devices
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Connect the receiver to the HDTV set 10
Install remote control batteries
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4 Activate the SWW1800 function
and set up the link
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Turn on the power of your HDTV
LED indicator status of the receiver
Activate the wireless link
Enter the standby mode
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5 Position the transmitter and
receiver
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6 Wallmount the receiver
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7 Technical data
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8 Troubleshooting
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Supported resolution
Product specifications
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1 Important
e Do not use this apparatus near water.
Safety
g Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Know these safety symbols
This ‘bolt of lightning’ indicates uninsulated
material within your unit may cause an
electrical shock.
The ‘exclamation mark’ 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, fully insert the plug.
(For regions with polarized plugs: To prevent
electric shock, match wide blade to wide slot.)
Important Safety Instructions
a Read these instructions.
b Keep these instructions.
c Heed all warnings.
d Follow all instructions.
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f Clean only with dry cloth.
h Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
i 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 a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into
your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
j Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched, particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and
the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
k Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
l Use only with the 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.
m Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
n 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
o Battery usage CAUTION – To prevent
battery leakage which may result in
bodily injury, property damage, or
damage to 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.
p Apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing.
q Do not place any sources of danger on
the apparatus (e.g. liquid filled objects,
lighted candles).
Warning
•• Use only the provided power supply.
Manufacturer: SINO-AMERICAN
Model: SA115B-05-A
Interference information
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions :
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This device may not cause harmful
interference; and
This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Notice for USA
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 instruction
manual, 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:
• Relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between
equipment and 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/TV technician for help.
Notice for Canada
Class B Clause
This digital apparatus does not exceed the
Class B limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus as set out in the Radio
Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Recycling
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
The packaging of this product is intended to
be recycled. Contact your local authorities
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is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus,
the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally,
or has been dropped.
for information about how to recycle the
packaging.
When this logo is attached to a product,
it means a financial contribution has been
paid to the associated national recovery and
recycling system.
Compliance with EMF
batteries into the trash or municipal waste,
which may be illegal in your area.
Philips’s participation in RBRC® makes it easy
for you to drop off the spent battery at local
retailers participarting in RBRC® program or
at authorized Philips product service centers.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information
on Ni-MH battery recycling and disposal bans/
restrictions in your area. Philips’s involvement
in this program is part of its commitment to
protecting our environment and conserving
natural resources.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
manufactures and sells many products
targeted at consumers, which, like any
electronic apparatus, in general have the
ability to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to
take all necessary health and safety measures
for our products, to comply with all applicable
legal requirements and to stay well within
the EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
Philips is committed to develop, produce and
market products that cause no adverse health
effects. Philips confirms that if its products are
handled properly for their intended use, they
are safe to use according to scientific evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the development
of international EMF and safety standards,
enabling Philips to anticipate further
developments in standardisation for early
integration in its products.
The RBRC® seal
The RBRC® Seal on the nickel metal hydride
battery indicates that Philips Royal Electronics
is voluntarily participarting in an industry
program to collect and recycle these batteries
at the end of their useful lives, when taken
out of service within the United States and
Canada.
The RBRC® program provides a convenient
alternative to placing used nickel metal hydride
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RBRC® is a registered trademark of
Rachargeable Battery Recycling Corporation.
HDMI, and HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
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What is in the box
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2 Your SWW1800
HDMI cable
Power adaptor x 2
Quick Installation Guide
Note
•• Make sure you have all these items in the
box. Contact your dealer for any missing or
damaged items.
SOURCE 1
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SOURCE 2
2
SOURCE 3
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Quick start guide
SOURCE 4
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Transmitter
Transmitter
User manual
Receiver
Receiver
Warranty
Remote control
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Overview
SWW1800 Receiver
Front view
SWW1800 Transmitter
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Receiver
Front view
POWER
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2 3
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4
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Power indicator
Top view
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Transmitter
Power indicator
1/2/3/4 Source indicators
Top view
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2
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4
SOURCE 4
SOURCE 1 SOURCE 2
SOURCE 3
Rear view
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POWER
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HDMI OUT
DC IN
Power button with LED indicators
1/2/3/4 Source selection buttons
Rear view
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Pb
Pr
HDMI IN
Component YPbPr and L/R Audio IN
Power IN connector
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HDMI OUT connector
Power IN connector
The SWW1800 gives you a total wireless
solution to place your HDTV set or projector
anywhere you want. With the built-in omnidirectional antenna, the transmitter can transmit
an uncompressed video content over 20m/66ft
inside the whole room area without latency. The
receiver can receive signals for viewing on your
HDTV. All you need to do is to:
• Connect the transmitter to your HD
devices. Examples of HD devices are
satellite, cable, ADSL set-top box, blu-ray,
DVD player and game console.
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Note
•• The transmitter can support two devices
running on HDMI cable and another two
running on YPbPr component video signals at
the same time.
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Connect the receiver to your HDTV set.
Control the transmitter with the remote
control.
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3 Installation
Connect the transmitter to
your HD devices
You can connect 4 video sources to the
transmitter at the same time: two with
the HDMI connection and two with the
component connection, but only one source
can be selected and played.
Note
•• AUDIO L connection cable is often indicated
by a white color on the connector and AUDIO
R connection cable is indicated by a red color
on the connector.
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DC 5V
Connect the power adaptor to the
transmitter
Connect one end of the power adapter
(included) to the DC IN connector of
the SWW1800 transmitter. Connect
the other end of the power adaptor to a
mains socket.
»» The power LED indicator lights up in
solid blue.
The HDMI devices and analog devices with the
component and stereo RCA start connecting.
Connect the receiver to the
HDTV set
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HDMI OUT
Connect video source to the transmitter
using the HDMI cable.
Connect one end of the HDMI cable
(included) to the HDMI connector of the
transmitter.
Connect the video source to the
transmitter using the component cables
Connect one end of the RCA (green,
blue and red) cables to the Y/Pb/Pr IN
connectors of the transmitter. Connect
the other end of the RCA cables to the
corresponding Y/Pb/Pr OUT connectors
of your HD devices.
Connect one end of the set of audio
cables to the AUDIO L/R IN connectors
of the transmitter. Connect the other end
to the corresponding AUDIO L/R OUT
connectors of your HD devices.
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DC IN 5V
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HDMI OUT
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Connect the receiver with an additional
HDMI cable (not included):
• Connect one end of the HDMI cable
to the receiver.
• Connect the other end to the HDMI
OUT connector of your HDTV.
Connect the power adaptor to the
receiver:
• Connect one end of the power
adapter (included) to the DC IN
connector of the receiver.
• Connect the other end of the power
adaptor to a power socket.
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Install remote control
batteries
Caution
•• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from
heat, sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries
in fire.
•• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix
different brands or types of batteries.
•• Risk of product damage! When the remote
control is not used for long periods, remove
the batteries.
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Open the battery compartment.
Insert two AAA batteries with correct
polarity (+/-) as indicated.
Close the battery compartment.
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4 Activate the
SWW1800
function and set
up the link
Turn on the power of your
HDTV
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Go to the source menu under the
settings menu of your HDTV.
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Select the HDMI input to which the
receiver is connected..
LED indicator status of the
receiver
Mode
Status
Power LED
indicator
Standby
(Listen
mode)
Standby
(Sleep
mode)
Start up in
progress
Higher power
consumption rate.
Solid
purple
Lower power
consumption rate.
Solid red
Unrecognized/
unsupported video
format
Recognized video
format
Transmission is
available with stable
signal
Flashing
blue
On mode
Flashing
blue
Solid blue
DC 5V
Tip
•• For more information on the Standby (Listen/
Sleep) mode, see the section on “Enter the
standby mode”.
Note
•• You cannot control the receiver with the
supplied remote control and the receiver
follows the transmitter’s status to enter/exit
the standby mode..
•• The synchronization of standby between
the HDTV and the receiver depends on the
capability of the HDTV.
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Activate the wireless link
Switch on the transmitter
Press on the remote control or transmitter
in standby mode to turn it on.
Standby (Listen mode)
Standby (Sleep mode)
Startup or RF connection
interrupted
On with unrecognized video
format
On with recognized video
format
Fail to find the video source
device
Mode
Note
•• In standby mode, a red power LED displays on
the transmitter.
•• Depending on equipment and the input
selected, between input selection/start-up and
being able to see the image on your TV can
take up to 15 seconds.
Establish the link between the
transmitter and receiver
A flashing blue power LED displays until
the signal like between the two units are
established. Normally, it takes around 15-20
seconds for the link to establish successfully.
Standby
Startup or RF connection
interrupted
On with unrecognized
video format
Power LED
indicator
Solid purple
Solid red
Flashing blue
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Mode
Solid blue
Solid blue
Solid blue
Source LED
indicator
Off
Flashing
Flashing slowly
(once per
second)
On with recognized video Solid blue
format
Fail to find the video
Flashing quickly
source device
(3 times per
second)
Mode
Startup
On screen display
(If TV supports
CEC)
LINK START &
LINK VERIFY
NoModeSupport
LED indicator status of the
transmitter
On with recognized
video format
Fail to find the video
device
Check the LED indicator status to ensure the
link between the transmitter and receiver is
established.
Select the source on the transmitter
NO SIGNAL
Press the source buttons: 1 HDMI , 2 HDMI,
3 INPUT, 4 INPUT on the remote control or
transmitter until you see the available video
from your device.
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optimum frequency channel for transmission.
However, if you still experience interference,
you have the additional option to manually
change the channel between 5 available
options. Press CHANNEL on the remote
control for 3 seconds to adjust to a channel
with minimal interference.
Change to a different wireless channel
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Note
•• It takes longer time to switch from the
HDMI/component connection to the HDMI
connection (around 10 seconds) than from
the component connection to the HDMI/
component connection to the component
connection.
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Press CHANNEL on the remote control
for 3 seconds to enter the RF channel
adjustment mode.
»» All source LEDs flash 3 times to show
the current RF channel.
Press CHANNEL on the remote control
again to change to the next RF channel.
»» One or more source LED shows the
current switched RF channel.
Leave the remote control idle for 10
seconds to exit the RF adjustment mode.
»» The current source LED displays.
Tip
•• For more information about the switching
patterns of the LED indicators, see the section
on “Troubleshooting”.
Tip
•• For more information on the LED indicator
status, see the section on “LED indicator
status of the transmitter”.
How to avoid interference
Other devices, like cordless phone, Wireless
Access points use a similar frequency band as
the SWW1800. When they are positioned
in neighborhood of the SWW1800, it is
possible to experience no or noisy picture
or diminished sound quality. At startup, the
SWW1800 automatically searches for an
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Enter the standby mode
You can choose between 2 standby modes
on the transmitter: the listen mode and sleep
mode.
If your HDTV and HD devices are CEC
compliant:
(see the user manual of your HDTV and HD
devices for more information)
»» The LED indicators of the transmitter
and receiver become solid purple.
Note
•• The power consumption in the listen mode
is higher than the power consumption in the
sleep mode.
If you need to switch your transmitter from
listen mode to sleep mode for power saving,
• Press and hold on the remote control
of the transmitter .
»» The HDTV/projector enters the sleep
mode.
»» The LED indicators of the transmitter
and receiver become solid red.
If your HDTV and HD device are not CEC
compliant:
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press on the remote control of the
transmitter.
»» The LED indicators of the transmitter
and receiver become solid red.
Note
•• After you press
, it takes around 15 seconds
before you see the LED indicator become solid
blue and that the HDTV and HD device are
activated.
Tip
•• To switch on the HDTV, you can also press
the HDMI source button of your HDTV
remote control (if available). Then select the
HD device on the screen and press . For
more information, see the user manual of your
HDTV.
Note
•• One-touch play feature does not apply in sleep
mode.
LED indicator status in standby mode
Mode
Status of the transmitter
and receiver
Standby (Listen
Solid purple
mode)
Standby (Sleep mode) Solid red
On mode
Solid blue
Use one-touch play in listen mode
One-touch play function enables you to press
only one button to activate your HDTV/
projector and your HD devices in standby
mode.
• Ensure the HDTV and HD device are in
standby mode.
• Ensure the transmitter is in listen mode.
• Press on the remote control of your
HD device to switch it on.
»» The LED indicators of the transmitter
and receiver flash and then become
solid blue.
»» The HDTV is on and the HD device is
activated automatically.
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To enter the listen mode, press on the
remote control of your HDTV/projector to
switch it off.
»» The HDTV/projector and the HD
device are in standby mode.
5 Position the
transmitter and
receiver
To ensure the units are located at the optimal
distance without any interference, you need to:
• Place the units in the same room.
• This system is built to transfer the HD
signal up to 20m or 66 ft. Its performance
can be affected by its environment and
the obstruction between the transmitter
and receiver.
• If you use a 5 GHz WLAN or cordless
phone, it is possible to have interferences.
Press CHANNEL on the remote control
to adjust the channel.
Tip
•• For more information, see the section on”How
to avoid interference”.
In the interest of optimum transmission, do
not place the transmitter of receiver in a
metal enclosure or place a large metal object
between the transmitter and receiver.
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6 Wallmount the
receiver
You can either place the receiver near the
HDTV or mount it on the wall.
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Choose a spot near the TV.
Drill two holes in the wall. Ensure the
distance between the two holes is
4.5mm.
Punch the supplied plastic wall anchors
into the two holes on the wall.
Put the two screws into the plastic wall
anchors and leave 3.2mm to mount the
receiver on.
Hook the receiver on the wall.
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7 Technical data
General specification
Supported resolution
Video
resolution
and
frequency
480i
480i
480p
480p
480p
576i
576p
720p
720p
1080i
1080i
1080p
1080p
1080p
VGA
SVGA
XGA
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Video resolution
HDMI in/
Component
in
720(1440)x480i @
59.94Hz
720(1440)x480i @
60Hz
640x480p @
59.94/60Hz
720x480p @
59.94Hz
720x480p @ 60Hz
720(1440)x576i @
50Hz
720x576p @ 50Hz
1280x720p @
50Hz
1280x720p @
59.94/60Hz
1920x1080i @
50Hz
1920x1080i @
59.94/60Hz
1920x1080p @
23.98/24Hz
1920x1080p @
25Hz
1920x1080p @
29.97/30Hz
640x480p @
59.94/72.809Hz
800x600p @
60.317/72.188Hz
1024x768p @
60.004/70.069Hz
Product specifications
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1080p @ 24/25/30 Hz, 1080i, 720p, 576p,
576i, 480p, 480i (for 576i, 480i-component
only)
XGA: 1024 x 768
SVGA: 800 x 600, VGA: 640 x 480
Supported audio formats:
Analog audio: 48KHz and 24-bit per sample
Digital audio: Up to 3.072 Mbps AC-3 and
DTS
Transmission distance:
20 meters HD video transmission distance
System latency:
Less than 1 ms
Antennas:
High performance internal antennas
HDMI:
CEC compliant
Operating frequencies:
5.16 ~ 5.24GHz , 5.745~5.825GHz
Power supply:
Input: AC 100~ 240V/0.4A, 50/60Hz
Output: DC5V/3A 15W
Operating temperature:
0~40°C
Regulations:
FCC
Transmitter interfaces
A/V interfaces
Two sets of RCA
connectors
Two sets of RCA
connectors
Two (Type A)
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Analog audio L/R
input
HDMI input
HDMI output
Power input
5V DC jack
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YPbPr input
Switches
Front power switch
Source selection switch
Control signal interfaces
LEDs
IR sensor
Status LED
Power interface
Power input
5V DC jack
Source LED
Dimensions
Switches
Front power switch
Source selection switch
Yes (One tack
switch)
Yes (Four-tack
switch)
LEDs
Status LED
Source LED
Dimensions
1 x LED (Two Tone: Blue
& Red)
4 x Blue LEDs
295(W)x 149(L)x 45.5(H)
mm A/V interfaces
YPbPr input
Analog audio L/R input
HDMI input
HDMI output
IR sensor
A/V interfaces
Power input
Analog audio L/R
input
HDMI input
HDMI output
5V DC jack
Switches
Front power switch
Source selection switch
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LEDs
Control signal interfaces
Status LED
IR sensor
Source LED
Dimensions
Power interface
-
-
One (Type A)
Control signal interfaces
Power interface
Two sets of RCA
connectors
Two sets of RCA
connectors
Two (Type A)
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1 x LED (Two Tone: Blue
& Red)
4 x Blue LEDs
295(W)x 149(L)x 45.5(H)
mm Receiver interfaces
Transmitter interfaces
YPbPr input
Yes (1 tact
switch)
Yes (4 tact
switches)
1 x LED (Two Tone: Blue
& Red)
180(W)x 140(L)x 39(H)
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8 Troubleshooting
There is no video displayed on my TV screen.
Verify the POWER LED and SOURCE LED
indicator on the transmitter:
Flashing blue power LED
•• Ensure the transmission range between
receiver and transmitter is not over 20m
or 66ft transmission distance (with no
obstruction between the transmitter and
receiver). Move the transmitter closer to
the receiver.
Tip
•• For more information, check the section on
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Ensure the audio/video source and
transmitter are connected with the same
color cables.
•• Check if you have set your HDTV to
the HDMI video mode. Reposition the
transmitter until the optimal picture and
sound quality are achieved.
•• Press the source buttons: 1 HDMI, 2
HDMI, YPbPr, 4 YPbPr on the remote
control until you see the available video
from your device.
IF there is intermittent video problem or the
picture quality is poor, what do I do?
•• Ensure that the video resolution of
your HD device can support 1080p @
24/25/30 Hz, 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i,
480p, 480i.
“Position the transmitter and receiver”.
••
Press CHANNEL on the remote control
to change wireless channel manually.
Tip
•• For more information, check the section on
“How to avoid interference”.
Solid blue power LED + slow and flashing
source LED
•• Ensure the audio format and video
resolution of your A/V equipments
are supported and conformed to the
technical specification.
Tip
Note
•• Ensure your HDTV and HD device can
support the same video resolution as
SWW1800
•• Whether or not your HD device is able to
achieve the 1080p resolution depends on its
standard behavior.
•• Even if your HD device can only achieve
1080i instead of 1080p, the resulting 1080i
resolution has also a very good image quality.
Tip
•• For more information, check the section on
“Technical data”.
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•• For more information, check the section on
“Technical data”.
••
Connect the source device to your TV
to check and modify the video format
compatibility.
Solid blue power LED + quick and flashing
source LED
•• Ensure the proper cables are connected
between the transmitter and your
devices.
•• Ensure your HD devices connected with
the transmitter are powered on.
•• Ensure the HDMI cable is connected
between the HDTV and receiver.
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If your current video source is 3 INPUT/4
INPUT, press 3 INPUT/4 INPUT
repeatedly on the remote control to
finetune the picture performance.
Press CHANNEL on the remote control
to change the wireless channel manually.
Tip
•• For more information, check the section on
“Change to a different wireless channel”.
I cannot hear any sound or the sound is poor,
what do I do?
•• Ensure the TV volume control is adjusted
correctly.
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Ensure the TV volume is not set to
minimum or the sound is not muted.
Ensure the audio cables of the transmitter
are connected correctly.
Ensure the Audio format is recognized/
supported.
Tip
•• For more information, check the section on
“Product specification”.
When I press on the HD device, the HDTV
does not switch the input channels.
•• Check if your HDTV and HD device are
CEC compliant. Alternatively, you can
connect the HDTV and HD device with
an HDMI cable instead of SWW1800 to
see if it works fine first.
How many SWW1800 transmitting devices
can operate within close proximity (~20m or
~65ft) of each other?
••
Due to the strength of the transmitted
power and the restrictions for
transmitting bandwidth required by
governing authorities, a maximum of
3 transmitting devices can operate
in close proximity. Depending on
other disturbance sources or local
circumstances, the maximum number
of co-existing transmitter units could
be lower than 3. Always separate
transmitter units as far as possible from
each other.
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••
When dealing with interference, the different
channel settings are indicated on the
Transmitter as follows:
RF channel
LED indicator status
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Tip
•• See the section on “How to avoid
interference”.
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9 Glossary
broadcasting, but today digital television
(DTV) signals are used, requiring less
bandwidth due to digital video compression.
A
R
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)
It is a data communications technology that
enables faster data transmission over highspeed broadband networks.
C
CEC (Consumer electronics Control)
CEC is part of the HDMI standard. If CEC
is available in the source and HDTV devices
in your home setup, the devices will be
able to pass commands through the HDMI
connection. Examples of CEC behavior are:
1. Being able to command your source using
the remote of your TV, 2. One-Touch-Play:
by pushing the PLAY button on your source,
your TV will automatically switch to the
corresponding input channel of that source,
3. When the HDTV enters Standby-mode,
the receiver will automatically enter listening
mode.
H
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
It is a high-speed digital interface that can
transmit uncompressed high definition video
and digital multichannel audio. It delivers high
quality picture and sound quality, completely
free from noise. HDMI is fully backwardcompatible with DVI.
As required by the HDMI standard,
connecting to HDMI or DVI products without
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection) will result in no Video or Audio
output.
HDTV (High-Definition Television)
It is a digital television broadcasting system
with higher resolution than traditional
television systems (standard-definition TV,
or SDTV). HDTV is digitally broadcast;
the earliest implementations used analog
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RCA (Radio Corporation of America) cables
A standard type of cable used to transmit
analog audio and composite-video signals
between devices such as televisions, satellite
or cable receivers, VCRs, game console
systems, speakers and more. Typical RCA
cables will have two or three color coded
connectors.
RF (Radio Frequency)
It is a frequency or rate of oscillation within
the range of about 3 Hz to 300 GHz. This
range corresponds to frequency of alternating
current electrical signals used to produce and
detect radio waves.
Y
YPbPr
The designation for analog component video
signals. The Y, Pb and P are sets of three
inputs or outputs on better video equipment
and TVs. The three cables used in a YPbPr
connection represent higher quality than the
single-wire composite cable commonly used
to hook up video equipment, because the
brightness and color components of the signal
are maintained separately. The YPbPr signals
are derived from the red, green and blue
(RGB) colors captured by a scanner or digital
camera, and RGB is converted into brightness
and two color difference signals for TV/video.
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