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40PFL9704H
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1.1.1 Enjoy HD TV
This TV can display High Definition programmes, but to
enjoy HD TV you need to get programmes in HD first. If you
are not watching HD programmes, the picture quality will
be that of a normal TV.
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You can receive programmes in High Definition from...
• a Blu-ray Disc player, connected with an HDMI cable,
with an HD Movie
• a digital HD receiver, connected with an HDMI cable, with
a subscription to HD channels from a cable or satellite
company
• an Over-the-air HD broadcaster (DVB-T MPEG4)
• an HD channel on your DVB-C network
• an HD Game console (Xbox 360 / PlayStation 3),
connected with an HDMI cable, with an HD game.
1.1.1 Enjoy HD
Contact your dealer for more information. Go to
www.philips.com/support to find FAQ’s featuring the list of
HD channels or providers in your country.
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1.1.2 Safety
Make sure you have read and understood all instructions
before using your TV. The warranty becomes invalid if any
damage is caused by failure to follow instructions.
Risk of electric shock or fire!
• Never expose the TV or remote control to rain, water or
excessive heat.
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• Never place liquid containers, such as vases, near the TV.
If liquids are spilt on or into the TV, disconnect the TV from
the power outlet immediately. Contact Philips Consumer
Care to have the TV checked before use.
1.1.2 Safety
• Never place the TV, remote control or batteries near
naked flames or other heat sources, including direct
sunlight.
• Keep candles and other naked flames away from this
product at all times.
• Never insert objects into the ventilation slots or other
openings on the TV.
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• Ensure power plugs do not come under heavy force.
Loose power plugs can cause arcing and are a fire hazard.
• Never place the TV or any objects on the power cord.
• When disconnecting the power cord, always pull the
plug, never the cord.
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1.1.2 Safety
Risk of injury or damage to the TV!
• Two people are required to lift and carry a TV that weighs
more than 25 kg.
• If you mount the TV on a stand, only use the supplied
stand. Secure the stand to the TV tightly. Place the TV on a
flat, level surface that can support the weight of the TV.
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• When mounting the TV on a wall, ensure that the
wall mount can safely bear the weight of the TV set.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no responsibility
for improper wall mounting that results in accident, injury
or damage.
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1.1.2 Safety
Risk of injury to children!
Follow these precautions to prevent the TV from toppling
over and causing injury to children:
• Never place the TV on a surface covered by a cloth or
other material that can be pulled away.
• Ensure that no part of the TV hangs over the edge of the
mounting surface.
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• Never place the TV on tall furniture, such as a bookcase,
without anchoring both the furniture and TV to the wall or a
suitable support.
• Educate children about the dangers of climbing on
furniture to reach the TV.
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1.1.2 Safety
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Risk of overheating!
Risk of hearing damage!
Always leave a space of at least 10cm around the TV for
ventilation. Ensure curtains or other objects never cover
the ventilation slots on the TV.
Avoid using earphones, headphones at high volumes or for
prolonged periods of time.
Lightning storms
Disconnect the TV from the power outlet and antenna
before lightning storms. During lightning storms, never
touch any part of the TV, power cord or antenna cable.
Low temperatures
If the TV is transported in temperatures below 5°C, unpack
the TV and wait until the TV temperature matches the
room temperature before connecting the TV to the mains.
1.1.3 Position the TV
Carefully read the safety precautions before positioning
the TV.
• Position the TV where light does not shine directly on the
screen.
• Dim lighting conditions in the room for best Ambilight
effect.
• Position the TV up to 25 cm away from the wall for the
best Ambilight effect.
1.1.4 Viewing distance
Position the TV at the ideal viewing distance. Benefit more
from HD TV picture or any picture without straining your
eyes. Find the 'sweet spot', right in front of the TV, for the
best possible TV experience and relaxed viewing.
The ideal distance to watch TV from is three times its
diagonal screen size. While seated, your eyes should be
level with the centre of the screen.
1.1.5 Screen care
• Risk of damage to the TV screen! Never touch, push, rub
or strike the screen with any object.
• Unplug the TV before cleaning.
• Clean the TV and frame with a soft damp cloth. Never
use substances such as alcohol, chemicals or household
cleaners on the TV.
• To avoid deformations and colour fading, wipe off water
drops as soon as possible.
• Avoid stationary images as much as possible. Stationary
images are images that remain onscreen for extended
periods of time. Stationary images include onscreen
menus, black bars, time displays, etc. If you must use
stationary images, reduce screen contrast and brightness
to avoid screen damage.
1.1.6 End of use
Disposal of your old product and batteries
Your product is designed and manufactured with high
quality materials and components, which can be recycled
and reused.
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1.1.6 End of use
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached
to a product it means that the product is covered by the
European Directive 2002/96/EC.
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1.1.6 End of use
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection
system for electrical and electronic products.
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Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose
of your old products with your normal household waste.
Correct disposal of your old product helps to prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and
human health.
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1.1.6 End of use
Your product contains batteries covered by the European
Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed with
normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate
collection of batteries because correct disposal helps to
prevent negative consequences for the environmental and
human health.
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1.1.7 ECO - Green
This TV has features that contribute to energy-efficient
use.
This TV was awarded the European Ecolabel for its
environmental qualities.
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Energy efficiency features
• Ambient light sensor
To save energy, the built-in Ambient light sensor lowers
the brightness of the TV screen when the surrounding light
darkens.
• Standard
The Standard setting of the TV combines several TV
settings that result in saving energy. See the Smart
settings in the Setup menu.
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1.1.7 ECO - Green
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• Low standby power consumption
Power management
The class-leading and highly-advanced power circuitry
brings down the power consumption of the TV to an
extremely low level, without losing out on the constant
Standby functionality.
The advanced power management of this TV ensures the
most efficient use of its energy. You can check how your
personal TV settings, the level of brightness in current
onscreen pictures, and the surrounding light conditions
determine the relative power consumption.
Close this user manual and press Demo. Select
Active control and press OK. Your current TV setting is
highlighted. You can change to another setting to check
the corresponding values.
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1.1.7 ECO - Green
Ecolabel
Philips continuously focuses on lowering the
environmental impact of its innovative consumer
products. We aim our efforts towards environmental
improvements during manufacturing, reduction of
harmful substances, energy-efficient use, end-of-life
instructions and product recycling.
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1.1.7 ECO - Green
Thanks to our environmental effort, this TV has
been awarded the European Ecolabel —the flower(www.ecolabel.eu).
You can find detailed information on standby energy
consumption, warranty policy, spare parts and recycling
of this TV on the Philips website for your country at
www.philips.com
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End of use
To inform yourself on the correct disposal of the TV and
batteries, read chapter Getting started > Important > End of
use.
1.2.1 Switch on
It takes a couple of seconds for the TV to start up.
If the red standby indicator is off, press O at the right of
the TV to switch it on.
Press O again to switch off.
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1.2.1 Switch on
The white LED flashes during start-up and switches off
completely when the TV is ready for use. The Ambilight
shows the TV is on.
You can set the white LED on permanently or set its
brightness. Press h> Setup > Installation > Preferences >
LightGuide brightness.
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1.2.2 LightGuide
The LightGuide at the front of the TV indicates whether the
TV is on or is starting up.
In the Setup menu, you can set the LightGuide brightness
or let it switch off after start up.
Press h> Setup > Installation > Preferences > LightGuide
brightness.
1.2.3 Volume V
The keys on the side of the TV allow basic TV control.
You can adjust the volume with Volume + / - on the side of
the TV.
1.2.4 Programme P
The keys on the side of the TV allow basic TV control.
You can switch TV channels with Program + / - on the side
of the TV.
1.2.5 Source key
The keys on the side of the TV allow basic TV control.
To open the Source list to select a connected device, press
Source s. Press Source s again to select a connected
device in the list. After a few seconds the TV switched to
the selected device.
1.2.6 IR sensor
Always take care to point the remote control at the remote
control infra red sensor on the front of the TV.
1.3.1 VESA info
Your TV is prepared for VESA compliant wall mounting. A
VESA wall mount bracket is not included. Use the following
VESA code to purchase the bracket.
32” / 81cm VESA MIS-F 200, 200, 6
37” / 94cm VESA MIS-F 200, 200, 6
40” / 101cm VESA MIS-F 400, 400, 6
46” / 116cm VESA MIS-F 400, 400, 8
When mounting the TV on a wall, always use all 4 fixing
points on the back of the TV. Use a screw length as shown
in the drawing.
1.3.2 Unmount the stand
Before you lift the TV from the stand, unscrew the 4 stand screws on the back of the TV.
1.4.1 Full High Definition LCD display
This TV is equipped with a full High Definition (HD) display.
A full HD 1920x1080p, the highest resolution of HD sources.
This display offers a brilliant flicker free progressive scan
picture with optimum brightness and superb colours.
To enjoy HD TV you need to get programmes in HD first. If
you are not watching HD programmes, the picture quality
will be that of a normal TV.
Read Get started > Important > Enjoy HD TV
1.4.2 Ambilight
Ambilight is the lighting technology that emanates
from the back of the television onto the wall. This
innovative technology automatically adjusts the colour
and brightness of the light to match the TV picture.
This creates an unprecedented improvement in viewing
experience. The light also reduces eyestrain thus providing
a more relaxing viewing experience.
Read more on Ambilight in Use your TV.
1.4.3 DVB-T and DVB-C integrated tuner
Next to normal analogue TV broadcast your TV can receive
digital terrestrial (DVB-T) and in certain countries also
digital cable (DVB-C) TV and radio broadcasts.
DVB — Digital Video Broadcasting gives you better picture
and better sound quality.
Some broadcasters have several audio (speech) and/or
teletext languages available.
Verify if the TV supports DVB-T or DVB-C in your country.
Check the 'Digital TV Country Compatibility' sticker on the
back of the TV.
1.4.4 Programme guide
The Programme guide is an onscreen guide to scheduled
TV programmes. This guide is provided by digital
broadcasters or the Net TV online service. You can read the
programme summary, set a message to remind you when
the programme starts or select programmes by genre.
Read More on … > Programme guide.
1.4.5 Wireless network
Simply link up this TV to your wireless network at home.
There is no need for a network cable. Enjoy your pictures,
videos and music files from your PC on a big screen.
Read Setup > Network.
1.4.6 Net TV
You can link up your TV to Net TV.
Read more on Net TV in Use your TV > Net TV.
The Net TV start page offers you movies, pictures, music,
infotainment, games and many more, all set up for your TV
screen.
Read more on connecting to a router in Setup > Network.
To enjoy Net TV you need to connect the TV to a router
connected to the Internet.
1.4.7 USB and PC network connection
View or play your own multimedia files (photos, music,
videos, …) from the USB connection on the side of the TV.
Connect the TV to a home PC network and enjoy watching
multimedia files stored on your PC.
1.4.8 Universal remote control
Your TV remote control is a universal remote control
that can operate other devices such as DVD players and
recorders, digital receivers (STB) or Home Theatre Systems
(HTS). From Philips or other brands.
Read more on Universal remote control in Get started >
Remote control > Universal RC setup.
1.5.1 Onscreen
You are reading the built in user manual.
This manual contains all of the information needed to
install and operate this TV.
You can open or close the user manual with the yellow e
key on the remote control.
Before you carry out the instructions, close the manual
with the yellow e key.
When you open the manual again, it opens on the same
page you left it.
1.5.2 On the Internet
A printable version of the user manual is available on the
Internet.
View or print the user manual at www.philips.com/support
1.6 Open source licenses
2.1.1 Remote control overview
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1 Standby O
To switch the TV on or back to standby.
2 Home h
To open or close the Home menu.
3 Guide g
To open or close the Programme Guide. To open or close
the content list when you browse multimedia content.
4 Options o
To open or close the options menu which shows the
available options.
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2.1.1 Remote control overview
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5 Navigation key
To navigate up, down, left or right.
6 OK key
To open or close the channel overview.
To activate a selection.
7 Back b
To go back or exit a menu without changing a setting.
To go back to the previous TV channel or the previous
teletext page.
To go back to the previous Net TV page.
8 Info i
To open or close channel or programme information, if
available.
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2.1.1 Remote control overview
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9 Audio Video keys T, P, Q, S, R
To play multimedia files.
To operate a disc player connected with EasyLink HDMICEC.
10 Volume V
To adjust the volume.
11 Mute m
To mute the sound or restore it.
12 Channel / Programme up and down
To switch to the next or previous channel in the channel
overview.
To switch to the next or previous teletext page.
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2.1.1 Remote control overview
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13 TV key
To set the remote control in TV mode.
14 DVD, STB and HTS keys
Universal remote control keys.
15 Colour keys
Easy selection of teletext pages.
To open or close the Demo menu (red key).
16 User manual e (yellow key)
To open or close the user manual
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2.1.1 Remote control overview
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17 Format f
To select a picture format.
18 Net TV
To open or close the Net TV start page.
19 Teletext
To switch teletext on or off.
20 Disc menu
To show the disc menu of a disc player connected with an
HDMI cable with EasyLink set to On.
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2.1.1 Remote control overview
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21 Number keys
To select a TV channel or enter digits.
22 Subtitle
To open the subtitle on / off menu.
23 Source s
To select a connected device from the Source list.
24 Ambilight
To switch Ambilight on or off.
2.1.2 Universal remote control
Your TV remote control can control other devices such as a
DVD player or a Home Theatre System from Philips or other
brands.
To operate a device with the TV remote control, you need
to set up one of the Universal mode keys for your particular
device.
Once setup is complete, the Universal mode key sets the
remote control to operate the device but the TV screen will
not switch to that device.
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2.1.2 Universal remote control
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DVD, STB or HTS key
Setup for a particular device
Use the DVD key to operate a DVD player or Blu-ray Disc,
the STB key for a set-top box or digital cable receiver and
the HTS key for a Home Theatre System.
To start the Universal mode key setup in the Home menu,
press h > Setup > Installation > Universal remote control
and press OK.
As long as the key blinks, you can control the device with
the relevant keys on the remote control.
Follow the instructions on screen.
To return to normal TV control, press TV.
The TV will search for a suitable RC code for your device.
When an RC code is found, you can try out the remote
control keys for this device. If not all keys work, you can
continue the search.
When no key is pressed for 30 seconds, the remote control
switches back to TV control.
In some cases, there are no suitable RC codes available for
some devices.
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2.1.2 Universal remote control
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Manual setup
To enter an RC code manually
You can manually enter an RC code to set up a Universal
mode key. Look up the appropriate RC code in the
Universal RC code list in this user manual. In the list, look
for the type of device and brand you need. Some brands
have several RC codes available. When setup is performed
manually, try to operate the device with the relevant keys.
If the device does not respond or operates incorrectly and
there is more than 1 code available, you can restart the
manual setup using another RC code.
1 Press the Universal mode key you want to set up, DVD,
STB or HTS and press this key together with the OK key for
4 seconds simultaneously. All 4 keys light up for 1 second
and the key you are setting stays lit.
2 Enter the 4-number RC code you found in the list.
3 If the code is accepted, all 4 keys blink 3 times. If you
entered a code that does not exist, all keys blink for 2
seconds. You can re-enter a code.
4 If the code is accepted, the Universal mode key is set up.
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2.1.2 Universal remote control
Warning
To avoid the loss of stored Universal remote control codes,
do not leave the remote control without battery power for
more than 5 minutes. Also during the replacement of the
batteries, do not press any remote control key.
Dispose of batteries according to the end of use directives.
Read chapter Get started > Important > End of use.
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2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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Use Manual setup to enter an RC
code from the list hereafter. Read Get
started > Remote control > Universal
RC code list, Manual setup.
See the lists for Digital receiver or
Satellite receiver to setup the STB
key. To setup the HTS key, see the
list for Home Theatre System.
DVD codes
To setup the DVD key, first find the
RC code for your DVD or Blu-ray Disc
player in the DVD codes list.
Write down the codes for your brand
and device, close the user manual
and try out the codes one by one
until the setup is successful.
Philips - 0000, 0001, 0002, 0003, 0004,
0005, 0006, 0007, 0008, 0009, 0010,
0012, 0064, 0065, 0066, 0067, 0094,
0098, 0103, 0122, 0131, 0132, 0140,
0143, 0144, 0170, 0174, 0175, 0177,
0180, 0190, 0206, 0240, 0255, 0264,
0287, 0293, 0295, 0296, 0302, 0309,
0316, 0317, 0318, 0325, 0327, 0333,
0334
DVD player, DVD Recorder, DVD-R
HDD, Blu-ray Disc player.
Philips Magnavox - 0094
4Kus - 0287
Acoustic Solutions - 0011
AEG - 0135
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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Airis - 0290
BBK - 0290
Coby - 0284
Aiwa - 0113, 0163, 0312, 0343
Bellagio - 0114
Conia - 0265
Akai - 0097
Best Buy - 0277
Continental Edison - 0114
Akura - 0281
Boghe - 0289
Crown - 0135, 0145
Alba - 0112, 0121, 0124, 0127, 0138
BOSE - 0352, 0353, 0357, 0358, 0359,
0360, 0361, 0362
Crypto - 0280
Alize - 0285
Amitech - 0135
AMOi - 0225
AMW - 0114, 0354
Andersson - 0355
Bosston - 0271
Brainwave - 0135
Brandt - 0047, 0145, 0264
Britannia - 0268
Apex - 0107
Bush - 0121, 0127, 0134, 0169, 0176,
0265, 0267, 0275, 0279, 0288
Asono - 0290
Cambridge Audio - 0270
ATACOM - 0290
CGV - 0135, 0270
Avious - 0288
Cinetec - 0114
Awa - 0114
CineVision - 0278
Bang and Olufsen - 0291
Classic - 0104
Basic Line - 0356
Clatronic - 0275, 0288, 0365
CAT - 0272, 0273
Celestron - 0363
Centrex - 0158
Centrum - 0273, 0364
Baze - 0288
C-Tech - 0142
CVG - 0135
CyberHome - 0061, 0062, 0063
Daenyx - 0114
Daewoo - 0092, 0114, 0135, 0186,
0193, 0195, 0348
Dalton - 0283
Dansai - 0135, 0269
Daytek - 0114, 0133, 0366
Dayton - 0114
DEC - 0275
Decca - 0135
Denon - 0118, 0205, 0209, 0214
Denon - 0118, 0205, 0209, 0214
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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Denver - 0124, 0203, 0275, 0281, 0284
Enzer - 0266
GVG - 0135
Denzel - 0266
Euroline - 0370
H and B - 0275, 0276
Desay - 0274
Finlux - 0135, 0270, 0288, 0371
Haaz - 0142, 0270
Diamond - 0142, 0270
Fintec - 0135, 0372
Harman/Kardon - 0350
Digitor - 0282Digix Media - 0367
Fisher - 0102
HiMAX - 0277
DK Digital - 0134, 0300
Futronic - 0373
Dmtech - 0091, 0368
Gericom - 0158
Hitachi - 0022, 0095, 0106, 0121,
0172, 0188, 0202, 0218, 0266, 0277,
0311
Dual - 0266, 0369
Giec - 0289
Hoeher - 0290
DVX - 0142
Global Solutions - 0142
Home Tech Industries - 0290
Easy Home - 0277
Global Sphere - 0142
Humax - 0221
Eclipse - 0270
Go Video - 0095
Hyundai - 0224, 0286, 0374
E-Dem - 0290
GoldStar - 0033
Infotech - 0375
Electrohome - 0135
Innovation - 0099, 0100, 0106
Elin - 0135
Goodmans - 0085, 0112, 0121, 0127,
0158, 0171, 0200, 0216, 0239, 0246,
0275, 0279, 0289
Elta - 0093, 0135, 0152, 0285
Graetz - 0266
JBL - 0377
Eltax - 0297, 0366
Grundig - 0098, 0158, 0162, 0173
Jeutech - 0271
Emerson - 0101
Grunkel - 0135, 0286
Jamo - 0376
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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JVC - 0054, 0055, 0056, 0057, 0058,
0059, 0060, 0079, 0080, 0081, 0082,
0141, 0153, 0157, 0161, 0164, 0165,
0166, 0167, 0247, 0248, 0249, 0250,
0251, 0252, 0253, 0254, 0264, 0301,
0337
Lenco - 0135, 0275, 0288
Marantz - 0009, 0103, 0211, 0212
Lenoxx - 0380
Marquant - 0135
LG - 0031, 0032, 0033, 0071, 0101,
0117, 0137, 0204, 0229, 0234, 0258,
0313, 0329, 0330, 0331, 0336
Matsui - 0145, 0235
Kansai - 0284
Life - 0099, 0100
Mecotek - 0135
KEF - 0378
Lifetec - 0099, 0100, 0106
Mediencom - 0268
Kennex - 0135
Limit - 0142
Kenwood - 0159, 0220, 0308, 0379
Linn - 0381
Medion - 0099, 0100, 0106, 0279,
0384
KeyPlug - 0135
Liteon - 0287
Kiiro - 0135
Loewe - 0098, 0175, 0213, 0382
Kingavon - 0275
LogicLab - 0142
Kiss - 0266, 0276
Lumatron - 0383
Koda - 0275
Luxor - 0158
KXD - 0277
Magnavox - 0264, 0275, 0293
Lawson - 0142
Magnex - 0288
Lecson - 0269
Magnum - 0106
Majestic - 0284
MBO - 0110
Metz - 0096
MiCO - 0270, 0289, 0385
Micromaxx - 0099, 0100, 0106
Micromedia - 0264
Micromega - 0009
Microstar - 0099, 0100, 0106
Minoka - 0135
Minowa - 0288
Mirror - 0279
Mivoc - 0386
Mizuda - 0275, 0277
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Monyka - 0266
Orion - 0176
Mustek - 0104, 0112, 0304
Oritron - 0100
Mx Onda - 0270
P and B - 0275
Mystral - 0286
Pacific - 0142
NAD - 0109, 0387
Palladium - 0389
Naiko - 0135, 0158
Palsonic - 0267
Nakamichi - 0111, 0388
Next Base - 0226
Panasonic - 0026, 0027, 0028, 0029,
0030, 0118, 0120, 0125, 0126, 0128,
0129, 0130, 0189, 0201, 0241, 0243,
0244, 0245, 0259, 0260, 0261, 0298,
0303, 0319, 0320, 0321, 0322, 0323,
0326, 0335, 0342, 0344
NU-TEC - 0265
peeKTON - 0290, 0390
Omni - 0268
Pensonic - 0227
Onkyo - 0215, 0264, 0293
Phonotrend - 0288
Neufunk - 0266
Nevir - 0135
Oopla - 0287
Optim - 0269
Optimus - 0294
Orava - 0275
Orbit - 0114
5/26
Pioneer - 0034, 0035, 0036, 0037,
0038, 0039, 0040, 0072, 0073, 0074,
0075, 0096, 0115, 0119, 0154, 0155,
0156, 0191, 0192, 0196, 0197, 0198,
0236, 0294, 0314, 0332
Pointer - 0135
Polaroid - 0222
Portland - 0135
Powerpoint - 0114
Proline - 0158
Promax - 0223
Prosonic - 0135, 0284
Provision - 0275
Raite - 0266
REC - 0267, 0268
RedStar - 0135, 0281, 0284, 0391
Reoc - 0142
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Revoy - 0276
Scientific Labs - 0142
Rimax - 0285
Scott - 0124, 0283
Roadstar - 0121, 0267, 0275
Seeltech - 0290
Ronin - 0114
SEG - 0090, 0114, 0121, 0142, 0179,
0266
Rowa - 0158, 0265
Saba - 0047, 0145
Sharp - 0099, 0109, 0149, 0168, 0178,
0199, 0210, 0230, 0231, 0256, 0257,
0262
Sabaki - 0142
Sherwood - 0108
Saivod - 0135
Sigmatek - 0277, 0290
Sampo - 0105
Silva - 0281
Samsung - 0022, 0023, 0024, 0025,
0076, 0077, 0078, 0095, 0123, 0136,
0151, 0184, 0194, 0207, 0217, 0307,
0340, 0341, 0349
Singer - 0142, 0270
Sansui - 0135, 0142, 0270, 0392
Slim Art - 0135
Sanyo - 0147, 0150, 0181, 0185, 0306
SM Electronic - 0142
ScanMagic - 0112
Sontech - 0286
Rownsonic - 0273
Skymaster - 0104, 0142
Skyworth - 0281
6/26
Sony - 0013, 0014, 0015, 0016, 0017,
0018, 0019, 0020, 0021, 0068, 0069,
0070, 0113, 0116, 0139, 0146, 0148,
0183, 0232, 0242, 0299, 0305, 0310,
0324, 0328, 0346
Soundmaster - 0142
Soundmax - 0142
Spectra - 0114
Standard - 0142
Star Cluster - 0142
Starmedia - 0275, 0290
Sunkai - 0135
Supervision - 0142
Synn - 0142
T.D.E. Systems - 0286
T+A - 0393
Tatung - 0135
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
TCM - 0023, 0099, 0100, 0106, 0292,
0397
7/26
Wintel - 0271
Teac - 0096, 0142, 0208, 0265, 0394
Toshiba - 0012, 0041, 0042, 0043,
0044, 0045, 0086, 0087, 0088, 0089,
0094, 0182, 0187, 0219, 0237, 0238,
0264, 0293, 0345
Tec - 0281
TRANS-continents - 0114, 0288
Technics - 0118
Xenon - 0228
Transonic - 0288
Technika - 0135, 0288
Xlogic - 0135, 0142
Trio - 0135
Telefunken - 0273
XMS - 0135, 0267
TruVision - 0277
Tensai - 0135
Xoro - 0289, 0396
TSM - 0290
Tevion - 0099, 0100, 0106, 0142, 0283
Yakumo - 0158
Umax - 0285
Thomson - 0046, 0047, 0048, 0049,
0050, 0051, 0052, 0053, 0083, 0084,
0233, 0263, 0339, 0347
Yamada - 0114, 0158, 0285, 0287
Union - 0351
United - 0288
Yamaha - 0009, 0118, 0120, 0315,
0338
Tokai - 0266, 0281
Universum - 0395
Yamakawa - 0114, 0266
Top Suxess - 0290
Viewmaster - 0290
Yukai - 0112, 0160
Vtrek - 0280
Zenith - 0101, 0264, 0293
Waitec - 0290
Welltech - 0289
Wharfedale - 0142, 0270
Woxter - 0285, 0290
Xbox - 0048
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
8/26
STB
Bell Atlantic - 0453
Fastweb - 0478
Digital receiver
Birmingham Cable Communications
- 0451
Fidelity - 0431
Filmnet - 0442
STB codes
British Telecom - 0448
Philips - 0432, 0436, 0437, 0439, 0506
BT Cable - 0448
ABC - 0448
Cabletime - 0538
ADB - 0461, 0462
Clyde - 0454
Alcatel - 0463, 0540
Clyde Cablevision - 0443
Allegro - 0464
Comcrypt 0442, 0469
Amstrad - 0431, 0449
Connect TV - 0470
Andover - 0452
Coship - 0471
Arcon - 0431
Cryptovision - 0444, 0472
Atlanta - 0465
Daehan - 0473
Auna - 0466
Decsat - 0474
General Instrument - 0433, 0448,
0483
Axis - 0431
Digi1 - 0475
Golden Channel - 0461
BBT - 0467
Eastern - 0476
Gooding - 0432
Belgacom TV - 0468
Electricord - 0477
Grundig - 0431, 0432
Electus - 0455
Hirschmann - 0434
Filmnet Cablecrypt - 0445, 0539
Filmnet Comcrypt - 0445
Finlux - 0434
Foxtel - 0449
France Telecom - 0437, 0439, 0479
Freebox - 0450, 0480
GC Electronics - 0481
GE - 0482
GEC - 0443, 0454
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
9/26
Hitachi - 0484
Medion - 0495
Orange - 0534
HomeChoice - 0441, 0485
Minerva - 0432
Pace - 0535
Humax - 0486, 0487
Mnet - 0442, 0539
Pacific - 0505
HyperVision - 0435
Mood - 0496
Palladium - 0432
ITT Nokia - 0434
Motorola - 0497
Pioneer - 0431
Jerrold - 0433, 0448, 0536
Movie Time - 0447
Prelude - 0507
Jiuzhou - 0488
Mr Zapp - 0439
Protelcon - 0508
JVC - 0432
Multichoice - 0442
PVP Stereo Visual Matrix - 0536
Kabel Deutschland - 0489, 0490
NEC - 0498
Regency - 0509
Kansalaisboksi - 0491
Neuf Telecom - 0533
Sagem - 0439
LG Alps - 0492
Nokia - 0434, 0499
Samsung - 0440, 0502
Macab - 0439
Noos - 0439
SAT - 0431
Maestro - 0493
Northcoast - 0500
Satbox - 0458
Magnavox - 0494
Novaplex - 0501
Satel - 0459
Maspro - 0432
Now - 0502
Scientific Atlanta - 0446
Matav - 0462
NTL - 0456
Seam - 0510
Matsui - 0432
Omniview - 0503
Sharp - 0511
Maxdome - 0489
Ono - 0457, 0504
SingTel - 0512
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
10/26
SkyCable - 0513
Torx - 0448
STB
Skyworth - 0514
Tudi - 0435
Satellite receiver
Starcom - 0448
Uniden - 0525
Stargate - 0515
United Cable - 0536
Stellar One - 0516
Universal - 0526
TaeKwang - 0517
Universum - 0432, 0434
Tandy - 0518
Videoway - 0537
Tatung - 0519
VideoWorks - 0527
Teknika - 0520
Vidtech - 0528
Tele+1 - 0442, 0445, 0539
Viewstar - 0529
Telefonica - 0460
Vision - 0530
Telegent - 0521
Visionetics - 0531
Telenet - 0522
Visiopass - 0434, 0437, 0439
Telepiu - 0442, 0539
Wittenberg - 0431
Thomson - 0438
Zenith - 0532
Timeless - 0476
Tiscali - 0523
Tocom - 0524
STB codes
Philips - 0000, 0001, 0002, 0008, 0020,
0054, 0065, 0069, 0070, 0072, 0075,
0077, 0111, 0119, 0136, 0140, 0144,
0155, 0156, 0159, 0163, 0165, 0388,
0390, 0391, 0392, 0396, 0410, 0412,
0420, 0422, 0423, 0427
AB Sat - 0163, 0164, 0173, 0425
Action - 0187
ADB - 0175, 0188
Aegir - 0189
AGS - 0163
Akai - 0054, 0391
Akura - 0190
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Alba - 0015, 0019, 0020, 0021, 0023,
0044, 0067, 0164, 0234, 0412
11/26
Amstrad - 0026, 0055, 0074, 0108,
0153, 0158, 0164, 0169, 0195, 0394,
0399, 0403, 0415, 0417, 0421, 0426
Asat - 0054, 0391
Amway - 0196
ASLF - 0164
Anglo - 0164
AST - 0031, 0204, 0397
Ankaro - 0010, 0023, 0028, 0164,
0197, 0392, 0395, 0402
Astacom - 0163, 0420
AntSat - 0198
Anttron - 0019, 0023, 0390, 0412
Astra - 0026, 0029, 0030, 0050, 0161,
0164, 0206, 0387, 0400, 0407
Alltech - 0164, 0414
AnySat - 0199
Astratec - 0207
Alpha - 0391
Apollo - 0019
Altai - 0403
Arcon - 0027, 0041, 0153, 0419
Astro - 0010, 0023, 0024, 0028, 0033,
0155, 0156, 0158, 0161, 0208, 0388,
0402, 0412
Amino - 0194
Arion - 0200
Atlanta - 0209
Amitronica - 0164
Ariza - 0201
AudioTon - 0023, 0040, 0412
Ampere - 0153, 0403
Armstrong - 0026, 0391
Aurora - 0168, 0210
Arrox - 0202
Austar - 0071, 0168, 0211
ASA - 0404
Avalon - 0403
Aldes - 0021, 0023, 0024, 0234, 0395
Allantide - 0191
Allegro - 0192
Allsat - 0040, 0054, 0193, 0384, 0390,
0391
Allsonic - 0010, 0023, 0028, 0395,
0402
ASCI - 0203
Aston - 0022, 0205
Axiel - 0163
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Axil - 0212
Axis - 0010, 0028, 0030, 0036, 0401,
0402, 0407
Boca - 0026, 0050, 0153, 0164, 0221,
0378, 0410, 0416
Boom - 0222
12/26
Camundosat - 0227
Canal Digital - 0176, 0180, 0181
B and K - 0213
BOSE - 0223
Canal Satellite - 0005, 0156, 0396,
0427
Barcom - 0027
Boston - 0153, 0163, 0224
Canal+ - 0156, 0228
BeauSAT - 0212
Brain Wave - 0035, 0398, 0419
CCI - 0229
BEC - 0214
Brandt - 0056
cello - 0230
Beko - 0215
Broadcast - 0034, 0400
CellularVision - 0231
Belgacom TV - 0216
Broco - 0164, 0407
Century - 0232
Belson - 0217
BSkyB - 0074, 0084, 0426
CGV - 0233
Benjamin - 0218
BT - 0066, 0163
Channel Master - 0021, 0234
Best - 0010, 0027, 0028, 0402
BT Satellite - 0420
Chaparral - 0052, 0235
Best Buy - 0219
Bubu Sat - 0164
CHEROKEE - 0163, 0173
Big Brother - 0191
Bush - 0020, 0044, 0090, 0234, 0384,
0390
Chesley - 0212
Blackbird - 0220
Blaupunkt - 0033, 0155, 0388
Blue Sky - 0164, 0169
BVV - 0419
Cable Innovations - 0225
Cambridge - 0158, 0226, 0416
Chess - 0154, 0160, 0164, 0221
Chili - 0236
Churchill - 0237
Citizen - 0238
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
CityCom - 0020, 0037, 0071, 0152,
0161, 0165, 0423
Clatronic - 0035, 0398
Clemens Kamphus - 0046
CNT - 0024
Colombia - 0153
Columbia - 0153
COLUMBUS - 0043
Comag - 0153, 0221, 0239
Commander - 0392
Commlink - 0023, 0395
Comtec - 0036, 0395, 0401
Condor - 0010, 0028, 0161, 0240, 0402
Connexions - 0010, 0032, 0402, 0403
Conrad - 0010, 0152, 0153, 0158,
0161, 0402, 0409, 0410
Conrad Electronic - 0161, 0164
13/26
Contec - 0036, 0037, 0401, 0410
Diamond - 0039
Continental Edison - 0241
Digenius - 0247
Cosat - 0040
Digiality - 0161, 0248
Coship - 0212
Digiline - 0249
Crown - 0026, 0242
DigiO2 - 0250
CyberHome - 0243
Digipro - 0170
Cybermaxx - 0062
DigiQuest - 0251
Cyrus - 0174
DigitAll World - 0252
Daeryung - 0032
Digiturk - 0253
Daewoo - 0066, 0164, 0244
Dilog - 0254
Dansat - 0384, 0390
DiPro - 0212
D-Box - 0245, 0429
Discoverer - 0154, 0160
DDC - 0021, 0234
Discovery - 0163
Decca - 0038
Diseqc - 0163
Delega - 0021
Diskxpress - 0027
Demo - 0246
Distratel - 0169
Dew - 0036, 0401
Distrisat - 0391
DGStation - 0086
Ditristrad - 0040
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
DNR - 0419
14/26
Elta - 0010, 0019, 0028, 0040, 0054,
0261, 0391, 0402
Eurosky - 0010, 0026, 0028, 0152,
0153, 0158, 0161, 0402
Emanon - 0019
Eurospace - 0042
Drake - 0041, 0255
Emme Esse - 0010, 0028, 0046, 0162,
0402, 0428
Eurostar - 0026, 0152, 0161, 0162,
0165, 0430
DStv - 0168, 0256
Engel - 0164, 0262
Euskaltel - 0267
Dual - 0257
Ep Sat - 0020
Eutelsat - 0164
Dune - 0010, 0402
Erastar - 0263
Eutra - 0414
Dynasat - 0162
EURIEULT - 0013, 0108, 0169
Exator - 0019, 0023, 0412
DynaStar - 0258
Euro1 - 0264
Fast - 0268
Echostar - 0032, 0164, 0173, 0403,
0427, 0428
Eurocrypt - 0387
Fenner - 0010, 0154, 0160, 0164
Eurodec - 0060, 0265
Ferguson - 0020, 0060, 0114, 0384,
0390
DNT - 0032, 0054, 0391, 0403
Dong Woo - 0049
EIF - 0259
Einhell - 0019, 0023, 0026, 0153, 0158,
0164, 0394, 0395
Europa - 0158, 0161, 0391, 0392, 0410
European - 0064
Elap - 0163, 0164
Europhon - 0153, 0161
Electron - 0260
Europlus - 0266
Elekta - 0024
Eurosat - 0026
Elsat - 0164, 0417
Fidelity - 0158, 0394, 0415
Finepass - 0269
Finlandia - 0020, 0387
Finlux - 0020, 0387, 0405, 0409
FinnSat - 0036, 0060, 0270
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Flair Mate - 0164
15/26
Granada - 0387
Fortec Star - 0198
Galaxis - 0010, 0023, 0028, 0030,
0036, 0040, 0044, 0059, 0071, 0127,
0152, 0168, 0395, 0401, 0402, 0407
Foxtel - 0071, 0168, 0172
Galaxisat - 0397
Grothusen - 0019, 0045
Fracarro - 0271, 0428
Gardiner - 0165
France Satellite/TV - 0043
Gecco - 0272
Freecom - 0019, 0045, 0155, 0158
General Instrument - 0273
Grundig - 0020, 0023, 0033, 0055,
0074, 0099, 0100, 0101, 0109, 0133,
0148, 0155, 0158, 0159, 0168, 0169,
0388, 0399, 0422, 0426
Freesat - 0108, 0414
Gensat - 0274
FTE - 0047, 0402, 0410, 0416
Geotrack - 0275
FTEmaximal - 0010, 0164
Globo - 0276
Fuba - 0010, 0019, 0027, 0028, 0029,
0032, 0033, 0043, 0054, 0152, 0155,
0387, 0402, 0403
GMI - 0026
Fugionkyo - 0170
Golden Interstar - 0277
Fujitsu - 0182
GoldStar - 0045
Galaxi - 0027
Gooding - 0159
Goldbox - 0156, 0396, 0427
Goodmans - 0015, 0016, 0020, 0044
Gould - 0278
Grandin - 0013, 0385
G-Sat - 0390
Hanseatic - 0160, 0279, 0411
Haensel and Gretel - 0153, 0161
Hantor - 0019, 0035, 0049, 0398
Hanuri - 0024
Harting und Helling - 0046
Hase and Igel - 0419
Hauppauge - 0089, 0113
Heliocom - 0161, 0280
Helium - 0161
Hinari - 0021, 0234, 0390
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
16/26
Hirschmann - 0010, 0033, 0046, 0098,
0108, 0155, 0158, 0161, 0163, 0388,
0403, 0404, 0406, 0409
Imex - 0013
JSR - 0040
Imperial - 0044
JVC - 0015, 0159, 0291
Hisawa - 0035, 0398
Ingelen - 0108
Kamm - 0164
Hitachi - 0020, 0281
Innovation - 0028, 0059, 0062
Kaon - 0292
Hivion - 0282
InOutTV - 0285
HNE - 0153
International - 0153
Homecast - 0283
Interstar - 0170
Houston - 0040, 0284, 0392
Intertronic - 0026, 0286
Kathrein - 0033, 0037, 0047, 0052,
0054, 0068, 0073, 0080, 0091, 0092,
0093, 0095, 0118, 0120, 0130, 0131,
0152, 0155, 0163, 0164, 0165, 0173,
0388, 0391, 0406, 0412, 0423
Humax - 0011, 0012, 0050, 0071,
0085, 0086, 0094, 0097, 0121, 0122,
0123, 0124, 0128, 0129, 0149
Intervision - 0040, 0161, 0413
Huth - 0023, 0026, 0034, 0035, 0036,
0040, 0046, 0153, 0161, 0171, 0392,
0395, 0398, 0400, 0401, 0410
Inverto - 0287
InVideo - 0179
IRTE - 0288
Hypson - 0013
ITT Nokia - 0020, 0387, 0404, 0409,
0429
ID Digital - 0071
Janeil - 0289
Jazztel - 0290
Johansson - 0035, 0398
JOK - 0163, 0418, 0420
Kathrein Eurostar - 0152
Kenwood - 0176, 0293
Key West - 0153
Klap - 0163
Kolon - 0177
Konig - 0161, 0294
Kosmos - 0045, 0046, 0047, 0295,
0406
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
17/26
KR - 0023, 0412, 0414
Life - 0059
Macom - 0183
Kreatel - 0296
Lifesat - 0010, 0028, 0059, 0062, 0153,
0154, 0160, 0164, 0402, 0411
Manata - 0013, 0153, 0163, 0164, 0420
Kreiselmeyer - 0033, 0155, 0388
K-SAT - 0164
Kyostar - 0019, 0153, 0297, 0412
L and S Electronic - 0010, 0153
Lasat - 0010, 0024, 0028, 0048, 0049,
0050, 0056, 0152, 0153, 0154, 0161,
0401, 0402, 0416
Lifetec - 0028, 0059, 0062
Manhattan - 0020, 0024, 0040, 0163,
0420
Lion - 0042, 0191
Marann - 0302
Loewe - 0147
Marantz - 0054
Lorenzen - 0153, 0161, 0298, 0392,
0419, 0421
Marks and Spencer - 0303
Lorraine - 0045
Mascom - 0024, 0406
Lemon - 0419
Lupus - 0010, 0028, 0402
Maspro - 0020, 0052, 0155, 0159,
0164, 0386, 0388, 0414, 0419
Lenco - 0010, 0019, 0045, 0051, 0152,
0161, 0164, 0257, 0392, 0402, 0407,
0419
Luxor - 0158, 0387, 0399, 0409, 0429
Master's - 0037
Luxorit - 0299
Leng - 0035
LuxSAT - 0300
Matsui - 0155, 0159, 0163, 0234,
0388, 0420
Lennox - 0040
Lyonnaise - 0060
Lenson - 0158
M and B - 0160, 0411
Lexus - 0391
M Technologies - 0301
LG - 0045, 0208
Macab - 0060
Max - 0161
Maxi - 0304
MB - 0160, 0411
Mediabox - 0156, 0396, 0427
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
18/26
Mediamarkt - 0026
Microstar - 0028, 0059, 0062
Navex - 0035, 0398
Mediasat - 0030, 0156, 0158, 0396,
0407, 0427
Microtec - 0164
NEC - 0053, 0312, 0389
Minerva - 0033, 0159
Nesco - 0313
Mitsubishi - 0020, 0033
Neta - 0314
Medison - 0164
Mitsumi - 0050
Netgem - 0315
Mega - 0054, 0391
Mogen - 0308
Network - 0390
Melectronic - 0165
Morgan Sydney - 0061
Meta - 0305
Morgan's - 0026, 0050, 0054, 0153,
0164, 0391, 0410, 0416
Neuhaus - 0030, 0040, 0158, 0161,
0164, 0392, 0407, 0410, 0419
Medion - 0010, 0028, 0059, 0062,
0132, 0153, 0164, 0402
Metronic - 0013, 0014, 0019, 0023,
0024, 0027, 0164, 0165, 0169, 0306,
0385, 0395, 0412, 0423
Neusat - 0164, 0419
Motorola - 0167
Newave - 0316
Multichoice - 0168, 0175
NextWave - 0025, 0171, 0262
Metz - 0033, 0155, 0388
Multiscan - 0309
Nikko - 0026, 0164
Micro Com - 0089
Multistar - 0047, 0049
Micro electronic - 0158, 0161, 0164
Multitec - 0154
Nokia - 0020, 0082, 0083, 0104, 0143,
0145, 0387, 0404, 0409, 0429
Micro Technology - 0042, 0164, 0407
Muratto - 0045, 0397
Micromaxx - 0010, 0028, 0059, 0062
Mustek - 0310
Micronik - 0307
Nordmende - 0019, 0020, 0021, 0024,
0060, 0234, 0398
Mysat - 0164
Nova - 0168
National Microtech - 0311
Nomex - 0063
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
19/26
Novis - 0035, 0398
Oxford - 0178
Pansat - 0323
Now - 0317
Pantech - 0324
Numericable - 0380
Pace - 0020, 0033, 0044, 0055, 0074,
0088, 0102, 0110, 0112, 0116, 0125,
0134, 0135, 0163, 0173, 0319, 0384,
0390, 0393, 0426
Oceanic - 0039, 0042
Pacific - 0039, 0320
Phoenix - 0036, 0044, 0390, 0401
Octagon - 0019, 0023, 0036, 0392,
0401, 0412
Packsat - 0163
Phonotrend - 0020, 0023, 0040, 0046,
0395
Okano - 0026, 0046, 0047
Pioneer - 0087, 0156, 0326, 0427
Ondigital - 0393
Palcom - 0021, 0029, 0043, 0234,
0322
Optex - 0037, 0040
Palladium - 0026, 0158, 0159
Polytron - 0037
Optus - 0156, 0168, 0171
Palsat - 0154, 0158
Praxis - 0327
Orbit - 0031, 0381
Paltec - 0029
Predki - 0035, 0398
Orbitech - 0019, 0154, 0156, 0158,
0408, 0410
Panasat - 0168
Preisner - 0153, 0328, 0403, 0410,
0416
NTC - 0046
Pal - 0321
Origo - 0042, 0157
Panasonic - 0020, 0055, 0074, 0078,
0142, 0426
Oritron - 0318
Panda - 0020, 0155, 0161, 0384, 0387
Osat - 0023, 0399
Otto Versand - 0033
Patriot - 0153, 0163
Philon - 0325
Polsat - 0060
Premiere - 0040, 0071, 0156, 0396,
0427
Priesner - 0026
Profi - 0051
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
20/26
Profile - 0163
Rediffusion - 0053
Salora - 0053, 0387
Promax - 0020
Redpoint - 0030, 0407
Prosat - 0021, 0023, 0044, 0234, 0395,
0413
RedStar - 0010, 0028, 0402
Samsung - 0017, 0018, 0019, 0076,
0081, 0096, 0137
Prosonic - 0421
Regency - 0331
Sansui - 0333
Sanyo - 0334
Protek - 0039, 0329
RFT - 0023, 0054, 0391, 0392, 0395,
0408
Provision - 0024
Roadstar - 0164
Sat Cruiser - 0171
Pye - 0159
Roch - 0013
Pyxis - 0166
Rockdale - 0184
Sat Partner - 0019, 0023, 0024, 0035,
0045, 0046, 0158, 0398
Quadral - 0010, 0021, 0023, 0028,
0163, 0173, 0234, 0395, 0402, 0410,
0413, 0420
Rover 0010, 0164, 0413
Ruefach - 0051
Satcom - 0034, 0160, 0161, 0400,
0411
Quelle - 0033, 0152, 0161, 0394
Saba - 0024, 0042, 0056, 0152, 0161,
0163, 0169, 0390, 0418, 0419, 0420
SatConn - 0335
Quiero - 0060
Radiola - 0054, 0391
Radix - 0032, 0079, 0108, 0330, 0403,
0414
Rainbow - 0023, 0412, 0414
Sabre - 0020
Sagem - 0005, 0060, 0146, 0332, 0424
Sakura - 0036, 0044, 0401
SAT - 0021, 0031, 0158, 0397, 0415
Sat Team - 0164
Satec - 0164, 0390
Satelco - 0010, 0402
Satford - 0034, 0400
Satline - 0413
Satmaster - 0034, 0400
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Satplus - 0154
Sharp - 0115
Skymax - 0054, 0391
Satstar - 0336
Siemens - 0033, 0133, 0155, 0339,
0383, 0388, 0416
SkySat - 0154, 0158, 0160, 0161, 0164
Schacke - 0412
Schneider - 0028, 0059, 0062, 0154,
0163, 0422
Schwaiger - 0037, 0039, 0153, 0154,
0160, 0161, 0169, 0390, 0410, 0411
Scientific Atlanta - 0337
SCS - 0152
Sedea Electronique - 0153, 0170
Seemann - 0026, 0030, 0032, 0402,
0407
Silva - 0045
SilverCrest - 0340
Simz - 0341
Skantin - 0164
Skardin - 0030, 0407
Skinsat - 0158
SKR - 0164
SKT - 0342
SEG - 0010, 0019, 0028, 0035, 0160,
0398, 0402, 0411, 0421
SKY - 0084, 0167
Seleco - 0040, 0428
Sky New Zealand - 0343
Septimo - 0169
Sky Television - 0344
Servi Sat - 0013, 0164
Skymaster - 0003, 0004, 0023, 0138,
0139, 0154, 0160, 0164, 0395, 0411,
0413, 0430
Setec - 0338
Sky Digital - 0055
Skyvision - 0040
SL - 0153, 0419
SM Electronic - 0154, 0164
Smart - 0108, 0152, 0153, 0164, 0345
Sogo - 0346
Sonaecom - 0347
Sony - 0055, 0156
SR - 0026, 0050, 0153
Star Clusters - 0348
Star Trak - 0349
Star View - 0350
Starland - 0164
Starring - 0035, 0398
Start Trak - 0019
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Strong - 0010, 0019, 0023, 0028, 0045,
0168, 0170, 0271, 0402
STVI - 0013
Sumida - 0026
Sunny Sound - 0010, 0402
Sunsat - 0164, 0351, 0407
Sunstar - 0010, 0026, 0050, 0153,
0402
Sunstech - 0352
Super Sat - 0162
Super Track - 0353
SuperGuide - 0354
Supermax - 0171
SVA - 0355
Swisstec - 0303
Systec - 0153, 0356
S-ZWO - 0357
TaeKwang - 0358
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Tandberg - 0060
Telasat - 0152, 0160, 0161, 0411
Tandy - 0023
Teleciel - 0412
Tantec - 0020, 0043
Telecom - 0164
Tatung - 0038
Teledirekt - 0390
TBoston - 0359
Telefunken - 0019, 0056, 0163, 0420
TCM - 0028, 0059, 0062, 0379
Teleka - 0023, 0026, 0032, 0158, 0161,
0403, 0406, 0412, 0419
Techniland - 0034, 0400
TechniSat - 0007, 0008, 0009, 0032,
0154, 0156, 0158, 0391, 0408
Telemaster - 0024
Telemax - 0048
Technology - 0168
Telesat - 0160, 0161, 0411
Technomate - 0277
Telestar - 0154, 0156, 0158
Technosat - 0171
Teletech - 0430
Technosonic - 0360
Televes - 0020, 0061, 0153, 0158,
0345
TechnoTrend - 0133
Technowelt - 0153, 0161, 0169
Teco - 0026, 0050
Tee-Comm - 0185
Telanor - 0021
Telewire - 0040
Tempo - 0171
Tevion - 0028, 0059, 0062, 0164
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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Thomson - 0006, 0020, 0057, 0060,
0103, 0106, 0117, 0141, 0150, 0151,
0152, 0156, 0161, 0163, 0164, 0396
Turnsat - 0164
Via Digital - 0057
Tvonics - 0114, 0367, 0368
Viasat - 0173, 0371
Thorens - 0039, 0361
Twinner - 0013, 0061, 0153, 0164
Viewstar - 0372
Thorn - 0020
UEC - 0168, 0172
Vision - 0373
Tioko - 0037, 0153
Uher - 0154
Visionic - 0170
Tokai - 0391
Uniden - 0415
Tonna - 0020, 0034, 0040, 0158, 0164,
0400
Unisat - 0026, 0036, 0153, 0391, 0401
Visiosat - 0035, 0040, 0163, 0164,
0418
Topfield - 0126, 0362, 0382
Toshiba - 0363
Universum - 0033, 0152, 0155, 0159,
0161, 0388, 0404, 0415, 0421
TPS - 0058, 0364
Unnisat - 0369
Vortec - 0019, 0374, 0393
Tratec - 0365
Vantage - 0370
VTech - 0031, 0165, 0397, 0418, 0423
Triad - 0031, 0045, 0366, 0397
Variosat - 0033, 0155, 0388
Watson - 0375
Triasat - 0158, 0405
Vector - 0042
Wela - 0410
Triax - 0033, 0056, 0152, 0153, 0158,
0164, 0405
Vega - 0010
Welltech - 0154
Ventana - 0054, 0391
WeTeKom - 0154, 0158, 0160
Vestel - 0421
Wevasat - 0020
Unitor - 0027, 0035
Viva - 0392
Vivanco - 0064
Vivid - 0172
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
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Wewa - 0020
Zinwell - 0071
Alba - 0171
Winersat - 0035, 0398
Zodiac - 0023, 0412
AMW - 0069
Wintergarten - 0395
Zwergnase - 0026
Andersson - 0070
Wisi - 0020, 0031, 0032, 0033, 0155,
0158, 0161, 0388, 0397, 0403, 0410,
0418
HTS
Home Theatre System
Woorisat - 0024
BOSE - 0067, 0068, 0072, 0073, 0074,
0075, 0076, 0077
Amplifier
Bush - 0051, 0261, 0262, 0263
HTS codes
Celestron - 0078
Philips - 0000, 0001, 0002, 0003, 0009,
0011, 0022, 0029, 0030, 0031, 0032,
0039, 0044, 0046, 0118, 0119, 0120,
0130, 0131, 0132, 0133, 0137, 0144,
0145, 0146, 0147, 0148, 0189, 0219,
0220
Centrum - 0079
Aiwa - 0006, 0025, 0160, 0161, 0221,
0222, 0227, 0247, 0248
Denon - 0126, 0127, 0128, 0129, 0138,
0139, 0264, 0265, 0266
Akai - 0259, 0260
Denver - 0156, 0157, 0176, 0177
World - 0398
Worldsat - 0163, 0376
Xcom Multimedia - 0186
Xoro - 0377
Xrypton - 0010, 0402
XSat - 0164, 0173
Zaunkonig - 0419
Zehnder - 0010, 0024, 0027, 0028,
0047, 0105, 0107, 0152, 0165, 0397,
0402, 0421, 0423
Zenith - 0167
Basic Line - 0071
Clatronic - 0080
Daewoo - 0060
Daytek - 0081
Digix Media - 0082
DK Digital - 0007
Dmtech - 0083
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Dual - 0084
Eltax - 0004, 0081
Kenwood - 0019, 0094, 0164, 0165,
0213, 0214, 0243, 0244, 0249, 0250,
0251
Euroline - 0085
Lenoxx - 0095
Finlux - 0086
LG - 0026, 0041, 0042, 0043, 0048,
0049, 0062, 0065, 0169, 0170, 0178,
0179, 0180, 0181
Fintec - 0087
Futronic - 0088
Goodmans - 0174, 0175, 0267, 0268
Harman/Kardon - 0064
Hitachi - 0024, 0166, 0167, 0168
Hyundai - 0089
Infotech - 0090
Jamo - 0091
JBL - 0092
JVC - 0008, 0016, 0020, 0050, 0123,
0124, 0125, 0187, 0188, 0190, 0191,
0209, 0210, 0223, 0224, 0225, 0236
KEF - 0093
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Panasonic - 0005, 0010, 0012, 0020,
0021, 0033, 0034, 0035, 0036, 0037,
0053, 0054, 0063, 0141, 0142, 0143,
0217, 0218, 0228, 0229, 0240, 0241
peeKTON - 0105
Pioneer - 0027, 0045, 0047, 0153,
0154, 0155, 0200, 0201, 0256
Linn - 0096
Redstar - 0106
Loewe - 0097
Saba - 0172, 0173
Lumatron - 0098
Samsung - 0018, 0056, 0057, 0061,
0158, 0159
Magnavox - 0011, 0118, 0132
Medion - 0099
MiCO - 0100
Mivoc - 0101
Mustek - 0013
NAD - 0102
Nakamichi - 0103
Palladium - 0104
Sansui - 0085
Sanyo - 0015, 0017, 0149, 0150, 0151,
0246
Sharp - 0134, 0135, 0136, 0194, 0195,
0196, 0213, 0214, 0234, 0235
2.1.3 Universal RC code list
Sony - 0006, 0014, 0023, 0038, 0040,
0113, 0114, 0115, 0116, 0117, 0152,
0182, 0183, 0184, 0185, 0186, 0197,
0202, 0203, 0204, 0205, 0206, 0207,
0208, 0215, 0216, 0230, 0237, 0238,
0239, 0242, 0245, 0253, 0254, 0255
T+A - 0107
TCM - 0111, 0273, 0274, 0275, 0276
Teac - 0108, 0121, 0122, 0269, 0270,
0271, 0272
Technics - 0005, 0020, 0112, 0140,
0142, 0211, 0212, 0226
Thomson - 0055, 0059, 0152, 0192,
0193, 0197, 0198, 0199, 0231, 0232,
0233, 0252
Toshiba - 0058
Union - 0066
Universum - 0109
Xoro - 0110
Yamaha - 0028, 0052, 0162, 0163,
0257, 0258
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2.1.4 Batteries
Open the battery cover on the back of the remote control
to insert the 3 batteries supplied (Type AAA-LR03-1.5V).
Make sure the + and - ends of the batteries line up
correctly (+ and - are marked inside).
Remove the batteries if you are not using the remote
control for a long time.
Dispose of batteries according to the end of use directives.
Read Get started > Important > End of use.
2.2.1 Channel overview
While watching TV, press OK to open the Channel overview.
This overview shows the TV channels and possible radio
stations installed on your TV.
Navigate to a channel or station with the u or v, w or x
keys. Press OK to watch or listen to the selected channel or
station.
Press Back b to leave the channel overview without
changing the channel.
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2.2.1 Channel overview
With the Channel overview on screen you can press
Options o to access the following functions:
Select list
Select which channels are shown in the Channel overview.
When a filter is set in the Channel overview, press P+/- to
go through the channels of the filtered overview, while
watching TV.
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Mark as favourite
When a channel is highlighted in the Channel overview,
you can set it as a favourite channel.
Read More on ... > Favourite channels.
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2.2.1 Channel overview
Reorder
You can reposition channels within the overview.
1 Select Reorder in the Options o menu to start
reordering channels.
2 Highlight a channel and press OK.
3 Reposition the channel where you want it with the
navigation keys.
4 Press OK to confirm the position.
You can highlight another channel and do the same.
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To stop Reorder, press Options o and select Exit reorder.
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2.2.1 Channel overview
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Rename
Hide channel
You can rename a channel.
Select this option when you want to hide a channel in
the Channel overview. When you hide a channel, it will be
hidden next time you open the Channel overview.
1 In the channel overview, navigate to the channel you
want to rename.
2 Select Rename in the Options o menu.
3 Use the navigation keys to position the highlight. Press
Back b to delete a character. Use the remote control
number pad as you do for SMS/text messaging to select
a character. Use the 0 number key to select a special
character. Select Clear to clear all text.
4 Select Done and press OK to end Rename.
To unhide hidden channels select the Show hidden
channels from the Options o menu.
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2.2.1 Channel overview
Show hidden channels
You can show all channels, including all hidden channels.
You can unhide or hide channels.
1 Select Show hidden channels from the Options o
menu.
2 Navigate to a channel.
3 Press Options o and select Hide or Unhide channel.
You can navigate to another channel and do the same.
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To exit the Show hidden channels view, select Exit hidden
channels in the Options menu. The overview is adapted the
next time you open it.
2.2.2 Homeh
The Home menu lists the activities you can do with your
TV.
Press h to open the Home menu.
To start an activity, highlight the desired item with the
navigation keys and press OK.
You can add an activity, always linked to a device, with the
Add your devices item.
To exit the Home menu, press h again.
2.2.3 Add your devices
When you have connected a device to the TV, always add
this device as an item in the Home menu. With this item
in the Home menu, you can easily switch the TV to this
device.
In the Home menu, select Add your devices and press OK.
Follow the instructions on screen.
The TV asks you to select the device and the connector to
which the device is connected.
From now on, this device is added to the Home menu.
To remove a device item from the Home menu, select the
item, press Options o and select Remove device in the
list. Press OK.
2.2.4 Setup
The Setup item in the Home menu holds most TV settings.
In the Setup menu you can ...
• set picture, sound or Ambilight settings
• set some special features
• update or re-install TV channels
• connect to a network
• update the TV software
• ...
In the Home menu, select Setup and press OK.
Select an item with the w or x, u or v keys and press OK.
To exit the Setup menu, press Back b.
2.2.5 Options o
The Options menu offers convenient settings related to
what is on screen.
Press Options o in any circumstance to see which
options are available.
To exit, press Options o again.
2.2.6 Guide g
You can view a list of scheduled TV programmes with
the Guide menu (only for digital broadcast). Also, use the
Guide key to view the list of your photos, music or videos
from a connected PC network or USB memory device.
While watching TV, press Guide g to open the
Programme guide, if this information is available.
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2.2.6 Guide g
When browsing your PC network or a USB memory device,
press Guide g to show the content.
Read More on … > Programme guide or More on … >
Multimedia.
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2.3.1 Switch channels
To switch TV channels, press P + or — on the remote
control. You can use the number keys if you know the
channel number.
To switch back to the previous viewed channel,
press Back b.
If digital broadcasting is available, digital radio stations are
installed during installation. Switch to a radio channel as
you would do for TV channels. Radio stations usually start
from channel number 400 onwards.
Channel overview
While watching TV, press OK to open the Channel overview.
Select the channel with the navigation keys and press OK
to switch to the channel.
To leave the channel overview without changing the
channel, press Back b.
2.3.2 Programme info
When watching a digital TV channel, information on the
current and next programme is available.
While watching TV, press Info i to open the programme
information on the channel you are watching.
To close the programme information, press Info i again.
Options o
When the programme information is on screen, press
Options o to access information on the quality of the
digital channel you are watching.
2.3.3 Switch to standby
If the TV is on, press O on the remote control to switch to
standby.
The red standby key indicator is on.
Although the TV consumes very little power when in
standby, energy continues to be consumed.
When the TV is not in use for an extended period of time,
we advise to switch the TV off with the O key on the TV
and to unplug the TV mains cord from the mains outlet.
If you can not locate your remote control and you want to
switch the TV to Standby, press O on the side of the TV.
This switches off your TV.
To switch the TV back on, press O again.
2.3.4 Smart Settings
You can set the TV to the predefined setting that is best
for what you're watching at the moment. Each setting
combines picture, sound and Ambilight.
While watching TV, press Options o and select Picture
and sound. Press OK.
• Personal — Sets the TV to your personal preferences set
in the Picture, Sound and Ambilight menus in the Setup
menu.
• Vivid — Rich and dynamic settings, ideal for daylight use.
• Natural — Natural picture settings.
Select Smart settings and press OK.
• Cinema — Ideal settings for watching movies.
Select a setting from the list and press OK.
• Game — Ideal settings for gaming.
• Standard — The factory standard and most energy
conscious settings.
2.3.5 Picture format
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If black bars appear in the screen, adjust the picture
format. Ideally change the picture format to a format that
fills the screen.
You can select the following picture format settings ...
While watching TV, press Format f to switch on the
Picture format menu, select an available picture format
and press OK.
Enlarges the picture automatically to fill the screen.
Minimal picture distortion, subtitles remain visible. Not fit
for PC.
If subtitles are hidden in a programme, press u to shift the
picture upwards.
Auto format
In the Setup > Picture > Auto format mode menu you can
select 2 Auto format settings ...
• Auto-fill, to fill the screen as much as possible.
• Autozoom, to keep the original picture format, black bars
may be visible.
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2.3.5 Picture format
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Super zoom
Wide screen
Removes the black bars on the side of 4:3 broadcasts. The
picture is adjusted to fit the screen.
Stretches the format to 16:9.
4:3 format
Displays programme in the 4:3 format.
Movie expand 16:9
Scales the format to 16:9.
Unscaled
Maximum sharpness. Distortion may appear on borders.
Black bars may appear with pictures from your PC. Only for
HD and PC.
2.4.1 Ambilight on
With Ambilight, you will enjoy a more relaxed viewing
experience and improved perceived picture quality.
Dim the lighting conditions in the room for the best
Ambilight effect.
To switch Ambilight on or off, press Ambilight on the
remote control.
Caution
To avoid bad infrared remote control reception, place your
devices out of sight of Ambilight.
Dynamic speed
To adjust the speed at which Ambilight responds to the
onscreen images, press Ambilight for 3 seconds.
Adjust the dynamic speed with the onscreen slider bar.
Relaxed sets Ambilight to change softly and smoothly.
Dynamic sets Ambilight to change quickly and is more
responsive.
To change the dynamic speed, Active mode needs to be
set to a value greater than zero. Close this user manual and
press h > Setup > Ambilight > Active mode.
2.4.2 Ambilight settings
In the Ambilight menu you can set or adjust the following
Ambilight settings …
Colour
While watching TV, press h> Setup > Ambilight.
Sets the Ambilight colour to either dynamic behaviour
(Active mode) or one of the predefined Ambilight constant
colours.
Ambilight
Custom allows fine tuning of a constant colour.
Switches Ambilight on or off.
Custom colour
Active mode
To set a Custom colour select Custom in Colour.
Adjusts the speed at which Ambilight responds to the
onscreen images.
Separation
Brightness
Changes the light output of Ambilight.
Sets the difference in colour level between the lights at
each side of the TV.
Separation off gives a dynamic but uniform Ambilight
colour.
2.4.3 LoungeLight
When the TV is on standby, you can switch Ambilight on
and create an Ambilight LoungeLight effect in your room.
To switch Ambilight on while the TV is on standby, press
Ambilight on the remote control.
To change the LoungeLight colour scheme, press
Ambilight for 3 seconds.
2.5 Watch a DVD movie
To watch a DVD movie using your DVD player, switch on
your DVD player, insert a disc and press Play on the player.
The DVD picture automatically appears on the screen.
If the DVD picture does not appear, press h on the
remote control and select DVD player. Press OK.
Wait a few seconds until the DVD picture appears.
If the DVD player is not yet in the Home menu, read Use
your TV > Menus > Add your devices.
2.6 Watch TV using a digital receiver
When you watch TV using a digital receiver, with a
subscription from a cable or satellite company, connect
the receiver and add the receiver to the Home menu.
To add the receiver to the Home menu, read Use your TV >
Menus > Add your devices.
To watch the receiver programme, switch on the receiver.
If the receiver programme does not appear automatically,
press h and select the receiver item in the Home menu.
Press OK.
Use the remote control of the digital receiver to select TV
channels.
2.7 Watch TV from a connected device
When you have added a connected device as an item to
the Home menu, you can easily and directly select that
device to watch its programme.
To add the device to the Home menu, read Use your TV >
Menus > Add your devices.
To watch TV from a connected device, press h and select
the device item in the Home menu. Press OK.
If the connected device is not in the Home menu, select
the device from the Source menu.
Press s Source on the remote control, or at the side of
the TV, to show the source list.
Select the device or its connector and press OK.
2.8.1 Net TV benefits
Net TV offers Internet services and websites tailored for
your TV. Use the TV remote control to browse the Net TV
Internet pages. You can play movies, view pictures or listen
to music, consult infotainment, play games and much
more, all set up for your TV screen.
Specifics
• Because Net TV is an online system, it can be modified
over time to better serve its purpose.
• Some Net TV services can be added, changed or stopped
after some time.
• Net TV shows pages full screen and 1 page at a time.
• You cannot download and save files nor install plug-ins.
2.8.2 What you need
To enjoy Net TV, you need to connect the TV to a router
with a high speed connection to the Internet.
Read the chapter Setup > Network.
Once the connection is made, select Net TV in the Home
menu to start the Net TV onscreen setup.
Read the chapter Net TV > First use.
2.8.3 First use
The first time you link up to Net TV, the TV asks you to
agree on the Terms of Use. When you agree on these
terms, the TV asks you to register for Net TV. After
registration, you can switch on the Parental control setting.
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Registration benefits
When you have registered for Net TV, the pages you select
as favourite pages or as locked pages are stored as backup. Also, the last 16 web addresses (URLs) you visited are
stored. You can share these same selections with another
Net TV television if you register that TV with the same
email address. When registered, you can restore these
same selections after an accidental reset of Net TV with
Clear history.
2.8.3 First use
How to register
To register, you need an email address and a PC connected
to the Internet. If you skip the registration at first use, you
can register from the Net TV start page later on.
To start the Net TV registration, you need to enter your
email address on the TV screen. Use the keypad on the
remote control as you do for SMS/text messaging to enter
the address. Select Register and press OK.
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A message will show if a registration email has been send
to your email address. Open the email on your PC and click
the link to the registration form. Complete the form and
click the button to submit.
On the TV, select OK and press OK to open the Net TV start
page.
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2.8.3 First use
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Parental control benefits
Switch on Parental control
With Parental control switched on ...
• some services unsuitable for children are locked from
the start but can be unlocked
The first time you open the Net TV start page, the TV asks
you to switch on the Parental control. If you switch on
Parental control, the TV asks you to enter a personal lock/
unlock code. Enter a 4 digit code as Net TV lock/unlock
code. Use the number keys on the remote control. Enter
the same code again to confirm.
Specifics
Net TV is ready to use.
• you can lock and unlock services and/or categories of
services
• Only services on the Net TV pages can be locked.
Advertisements and open Internet websites can not be
locked.
• Services are locked per country. Categories are locked for
all countries.
2.8.4 Browse Net TV
To browse Net TV, close this user manual and press Net TV
on the remote control or select Browse Net TV in the Home
menu and press OK. The TV links up to Net TV and opens
the start page.
To exit Net TV, press Net TV again or press h, and select
another activity.
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The Net TV start page
The Browse all page
The Net TV start page shows your favourite services and
some recommended services. You can browse Net TV from
this page.
The Browse all page holds all services.
On the Browse all page, you can view the Net TV services
by category. Select a category and press OK.
Select a Net TV service with u or v, w or x keys. To open a
service, press OK.
Browse another country
Press Back b to go back one page.
On the Browse all page you can switch the Net TV country.
Another country might have different services.
Press Net TV to return to the Net TV start page.
Select Browse: ..., select another country and press OK.
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2.8.4 Browse Net TV
Mark favourites
You can mark up to 12 favourite services.
To mark a service as a favourite, select the service icon and
press Options o. Select Mark favourite and press OK.
All your favourite services are shown in the Net TV start
page. In the Browse all page favourite services are marked
with a star F.
Use the Options menu to unmark.
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To mark several services as favourites in one go, select
Mark favourites on the Net TV start page or Browse all page
and press OK. Now you can select services and mark them
one by one, with OK. You can switch to the Browse all page
if necessary. To end the Mark favourites mode, select Done
and press OK.
Only Net TV services can be marked as favourite.
Advertisements and open Internet websites can not be
marked.
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2.8.4 Browse Net TV
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Open Internet websites
Enter open Internet
With Net TV you can link up to the open Internet. You can
view any website you like but remember that most open
Internet websites are not tailored to be viewed on a TV
screen and certain necessary plug-ins (e.g. to view pages
or videos) are not available on your TV.
On the Browse all page, select Browse Internet and press
OK. On the onscreen keyboard you can enter the web
address you like. Select a character and press OK to enter
the address.
Use the u or v, w or x keys to navigate to the available
links on a open Internet page, press OK to go to the link.
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2.8.4 Browse Net TV
Scrolling open Internet pages
Use the P - and + to scroll pages up or down.
Zoom open Internet pages
You can zoom open Internet in or out. Press Format f.
Use the arrows up or down to zoom in or out.
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2.8.4 Browse Net TV
Clear history
You can clear the Net TV memory.
To clear the Parental control code, passwords, cookies
and history, press h > Setup > Installation > Clear Net TV
memory.
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Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no responsibility
regarding the content and the quality of the content
provided by the content service providers.
2.8.5 Net TV - TV guide
The moment you link up with Net TV, the TV programme
guide information comes from the Internet. However, you
can switch back to programme guide information from the
digital broadcaster.
Close this user manual and press h > Setup > Installation
> Preferences > Programme guide and select From
broadcaster.
In both cases, Philips is not responsible for the
programme guide information.
2.8.6 Parental control
With Net TV Parental control you can lock Net TV services
and service categories. When a service is locked, you need
to enter a code to open the service or category.
To lock a service, Parental control needs to be switched on.
Parental control is switched on when a lock icon appears
when you link up with Net TV.
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Switch on Parental control
If you did not switch on Parental control yet, close this user
manual and press Net TV. When the Net TV start page is
onscreen, press Options o and select Enable parental
control. The TV asks you to enter a personal lock/unlock
code. Enter a 4 digit code as lock/unlock code. Use the
number keys on the remote control. Enter the same code
again to confirm.
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Lock a service or category
Specifics
On the Net TV start page or Browse all page, select a
service or category. Press Options o, select Lock service
and press OK. The service is locked when a lock symbol
appears on top of the service icon.
• Only services on the Net TV pages can be locked.
Advertisements and open Internet websites can not be
locked.
Unlock
To unlock a service or category, select the service and
press Options o and select Remove lock.
• Services are locked per country. Categories are locked for
all countries.
• The Net TV Parental control code and the Child lock code
of the TV are 2 different codes.
• When you have registered Net TV and you switch
off Parental control in the Options menu, all locks are
remembered and available again when you switch Parental
control back on.
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2.8.6 Parental control
Did you forget your code ?
If you forgot your Parental control code, you can clear the
Net TV memory and enter a new code.
Read the chapter Use your TV > Net TV > Clear history.
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2.8.7 Clear history
Warning
Clear history
If you clear the Net TV memory with Clear history, you need
to redo the first use registration when you link up to Net TV
again. If you have registered before, you can restore your
former favourite services and former locks.
You can clear the Net TV memory.
To clear the Parental control code, passwords, cookies
and history, press h > Setup > Installation > Clear Net TV
memory.
3.1.1 Select a teletext page
Most TV channels broadcast information through teletext.
While watching TV, press Teletext.
To exit teletext, press Teletext again.
To select a page …
• Enter the page number with the number keys.
• Press P +/- or u or v or b to view the next or the
previous page.
• Press a colour key to select a colour-coded item at the
bottom of the screen.
3.1.2 Select a teletext language
Some digital TV broadcasters have several teletext
languages available. You can set your primary and
secondary language.
Press h > Set up > Installation > Languages > Primary
or Secondary teletext and select your preferred teletext
languages.
3.1.3 Select teletext subpages
A teletext page number can hold several subpages.
The pages are shown on a bar next to the main page
number.
Use w or x to select the subpages when they are available
on a teletext page.
3.1.4 Select T.O.P. teletext
You can easily jump from one subject to another without
using page numbers with T.O.P. teletext.
Not all channels broadcast T.O.P. teletext.
Press Info i when teletext is switched on.
The T.O.P. overview appears.
Select a subject and press OK to view the page.
3.1.5 Search teletext
In teletext, you can quickly jump to a subject linked to a
series of page numbers. Also, you can search for specific
words in teletext pages.
Switch on teletext and press OK. The first word or first
index number of the page is highlighted onscreen.
Jump to the next word or number on the page with w or x,
u or v.
Press OK to search for a page featuring the highlighted
word or number.
Each time you press OK, the next page featuring the
highlighted word or number is shown.
To exit Search, press u until no word or number is
highlighted.
3.1.6 Teletext options
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When in teletext, press Options o on the remote control
to reveal hidden info, let subpages cycle automatically,
change the character setting, freeze a teletext page, view
the TV channel and teletext simultaneously or show a
teletext page full screen again.
Dual screen / Full screen
Freeze page
Select the option Full screen to show full screen teletext
again.
Stop the automatic rotation of subpages or stop the page
counter when you have entered a wrong page number or
when the page is not available.
Not available for channels with Digital Text services.
Select Dual screen to view the TV channel and teletext
alongside each other.
Reveal
Hide or unhide hidden information on a page, such as
solutions to riddles or puzzles.
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Cycle subpages
Enlarge teletext page
If subpages are available for the selected page, you can
make subpages cycle automatically.
You can enlarge the teletext page for more comfortable
reading.
Language
In teletext, press f to enlarge the top part of the page
and f again to view the enlarged lower part of the page.
With u or v you can scroll through the enlarged page.
Some languages use a different set of characters. Switch
to the other character group to show the text correctly.
Press f again to return to the normal page size.
3.1.7 Digital text (UK only)
Some digital TV broadcasters offer dedicated digital text
or interactive services on their digital TV channels, for
example BBC1. These services include normal teletext
with the number, colour and navigation keys to select and
navigate.
While watching TV, press Teletext and navigate to select or
highlight items.
Use the colour keys to select an option and press OK to
confirm or activate.
Press S to cancel Digital text or interactive services.
Digital text services are blocked when subtitles are
broadcast and Subtitle On is set in the Features menu.
Read Subtitles and languages > Subtitles.
3.1.8 Teletext 2.5
Teletext 2.5 offers more colours and better graphics, if
broadcast by the TV channel.
Teletext 2.5 is activated as a standard factory setting.
To switch it off select h > Setup > Installation >
Preferences > Teletext 2.5.
3.2 Favourite channels
After you have finished the installation, all TV and radio
channels are added to the Channel overview.
In this overview, you can mark channels as favourites and
set the Channel overview to only show these favourites.
While watching TV, press OK to open the Channel overview.
With a channel highlighted, press Options o. Select Mark
as favourite to make the highlighted channel a favourite
channel. Favourite channels are marked with a F. Unmark
the channel as favourite with Unmark favourite.
Select list
With the Select list option in the Channel overview, you can
set the overview to show only your favourite channels.
Read Use your TV > Menus > Channel overview.
3.3.1 Programme guide
The Programme guide is an onscreen guide of
scheduled TV programmes. This guide is provided by the
broadcasters or Net TV. You can set a reminder to show a
message when a programme starts or select programmes
by genre.
While watching TV, press Guide g to open the
Programme guide. If available, a list of the current TV
programmes appears. It may take some time to load this
information.
To exit the Programme guide, press Guide g.
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3.3.1 Programme guide
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Navigate through the list to select a programme.
Options o
Info i
In the Programme guide list, press Options o to select
the following ...
To open the programme details and summary, press Info
i.
• Set reminder
To show a message onscreen when the programme
starts, select Set reminder and press OK. The programme
is marked with ©. To cancel the message, select Clear
reminder and press OK. To switch to the TV channel of the
programme directly, select Watch channel and press OK.
If a reminder is set, the option Scheduled reminders is
available with a list of all reminders.
• Change day
View the previous or next day's programmes.
• More info
Opens the info screen with details and a summary of the
programme.
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3.3.1 Programme guide
• Search by genre
View all programmes by genre. Select a programme and
press Info i for more info or to set a reminder.
• List of preferred programmes
Set channels to appear in the Programme guide list (max.
50 channels).
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3.3.2 Setup
To select where the Programme guide information comes
from, press h > Setup > Installation > Preferences >
Programme guide.
Automatic
Until you link up with NetTV, guide information comes
from the broadcaster. Automatic will switch to the Internet
for guide information as soon as the TV is connected to
Net TV.
Broadcaster
Guide information comes from the channel broadcaster.
3.4.1 Sleeptimer
With Sleeptimer you can switch the TV to standby or out of
standby at a specified time.
Close the user manual and press h > Setup > Features >
Sleeptimer.
With the Sleeptimer slider bar you can set the time up to
180 minutes in steps of 5 minutes.
If set to 0 minutes, Sleeptimer is switched off.
You can always switch off your TV earlier or reset the time
during countdown.
3.4.2 Child lock
To prevent children from watching TV, you can lock the TV
or block age rated programmes.
Set your personal code
Before you set Child lock to lock the TV or set an age rating,
set your personal lock code in h > Setup > Features > Set
code.
Enter the four-number code with the number keys.
You can always change the code if necessary.
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Child lock
Select Lock as Child lock setting, to lock all TV channels
and the programmes from devices.
When Lock is set, you need to enter your personal code to
unlock the TV.
The lock is activated the moment you close the menu on
screen or set the TV in standby.
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Parental rating
Did you forget your code ?
Select Parental rating as Child lock setting, so that an age
can be set in the Parental rating age list. Set the age of your
child. Programmes with an equal or higher rating will be
blocked.
Select Change code, press x and enter the overriding code
8888.
To set an age rating in this list, read More on … > Timers
and locks > Age rating.
The previous code is erased and the new code is stored.
Enter a new personal code and confirm.
3.4.3 Age rating
Some digital broadcasters, depending on your country,
have their programmes rated.
When the rating is equal or higher than the rating you have
set for your child’s age, the programme will be blocked.
To set an age rating, press h > Setup > Features > Child
lock and select Parental rating.
With Parental rating selected in Child lock go to h > Setup
> Features > Parental rating and select the age rating for
programmes that are allowed to be viewed.
A programme with a higher age rating will be blocked
and the TV will ask for the Lock code to unblock the
programme.
Age rating is activated the moment you close the menu on
screen or set the TV in standby.
Read More on … > Timers and locks > Child lock.
3.5.1 Subtitles
Programme subtitles are available most of the time. You
can set subtitles to display constantly. Depending on
the channel, an analogue or digital channel, a different
method is used to set constant subtitles.
For digital channels, a preferred subtitle language can be
set.
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For analogue channels
To have subtitles constantly onscreen, select an analogue
TV channel and press Teletext to switch on teletext.
Enter the three number page number of the subtitles
page, usually 888, and press Teletext again to switch off
teletext. Subtitles will show if available.
Each analogue channel needs to be set separately.
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3.5.1 Subtitles
Subtitle menu
To switch subtitles on constantly, press Subtitle.
Select Off, On or On during mute.
With On during mute, the TV displays subtitles only when
the sound is muted with m.
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3.5.1 Subtitles
Digital channel subtitle languages
If subtitles are available on digital channels, you can select
a preferred subtitle language from a list of broadcast
languages.
See h > Setup > Features > Subtitle language.
Select a subtitle language from the list of available
languages and press OK.
The preferred subtitle languages set in the Installation
menu are overruled temporarily.
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3.5.2 Audio languages
Digital TV channels can broadcast several audio languages
that go with the programme. You can set your preferred
languages to switch to when these audio languages are
broadcast.
To set your preferred audio languages, press h > Setup >
Installation > Languages > Primary language. You can also
set a secondary language in the same Languages menu.
The TV will automatically switch to the languages you set,
if the language is broadcast.
To check if an audio language is available, press Options
o and select Audio language. You can select another
audio language from the list.
Some digital TV channels broadcast special audio and
subtitles adapted for people that are hearing or visually
impaired. Read More on … > Universal access.
3.6.1 Browse USB
Watch photos or play music and videos on TV from a USB
memory device.
Insert a USB device in the USB connector on the left hand
side of the TV while the TV is switched on.
The TV detects the device and opens a list showing the
content of the USB device onscreen.
If the content does not show, press h > Browse USB and
press OK.
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While the USB content list is open onscreen, select the file
you want to play and press OK or play P.
A song, a slideshow of photos or a video starts playing.
To pause, press P again.
To jump to the next file, press x or P +.
To jump to the previous file, press w or P -.
To fast forward a music file, press Q.
Press Options o to Play once, Repeat, Shuffle, Rotate and
much more.
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3.6.1 Browse USB
Watch videos
Select a video in the Guide menu and press play P.
To pause the video, press pause P.
To fast forward, press Q once to go slow, press twice to go
fast. Press again for normal speed.
Press Options o to change to Full screen, Small screen,
Play once, etc.
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To exit Browse USB, press h and select another activity or
disconnect the USB memory device.
3.6.2 Browse PC Network
Watch photos or play music and videos on TV from a PC or
another storage device in your home network.
To browse your PC network, first set up the network
connection, read Setup > Network.
If the network is not installed the first time you try to
Browse PC network, the Network installation starts. Follow
the instructions on screen.
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Browse PC Network
Close this user manual, press h, select Browse PC
network in the Home menu and press OK.
With the PC and router switched on, the TV displays the
multimedia server content from your PC.
With the PC content list open on screen, select the file you
want to play and press OK or play P.
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To pause, press P again.
Watch videos
To jump to the next file, press x or P +.
Select a video in the Guide menu and press play P. To
pause the video, press pause P.
To jump to the previous file, press w or P -.
To fast forward a music file, press Q.
Press Options o to Play once, Repeat, Shuffle, Rotate and
much more.
To fast forward, press Q once to go slow, press twice to go
fast. Press again for normal speed.
Press Options o to change to Full screen, Small screen,
Play once, etc.
To exit the PC network, press h and select another
activity.
3.7.1 Hearing impaired
Some digital TV channels broadcast special audio and
subtitles adapted for people who are hearing impaired.
To switch on hearing impaired audio and subtitles, press
h > Setup > Installation > Languages > Hearing impaired.
Select On and press OK.
The TV switches to hearing impaired audio and subtitles, if
available.
To verify whether a hearing impaired audio language is
available, press Options o and select Audio language and
look for an audio language with an ear icon.
3.7.2 Visually impaired
Some digital TV channels broadcast special audio adapted
for people who are visually impaired. The normal audio is
mixed with extra commentary.
To switch on visually impaired audio, press Options o
while watching the digital TV channel and select visually
impaired. Select On and press OK.
The TV switches to visually impaired audio, if available.
In the Options menu, you can set the visually impaired
audio to be heard from the Speakers, the Headphones only
or from both Speakers and headphones.
Also in the Options menu, select Volume - Visually
impaired to change the volume of the extra commentary.
To verify whether a visually impaired audio language is
available, press Options o and select Audio language and
look for an audio language with an eye icon.
4.1.1 Smart settings
You can set the TV to the predefined setting that is best
for what you're watching at the moment. Each setting
combines picture, sound and Ambilight.
• Personal — Sets the TV to your personal preferences set
in the Picture, Sound and Ambilight menus in Setup.
While watching TV, press Options o and select Picture
and sound. Press OK.
• Natural — Natural picture settings.
Select Smart settings and press OK.
Select a setting from the list and press OK.
• Vivid — Rich and dynamic settings, ideal for daylight use.
• Cinema — Ideal settings for watching movies.
• Game — Ideal settings for gaming.
• Standard — The factory standard and most energy
conscious settings.
4.1.2 Picture
In the Picture menu, you can adjust all picture settings
individually.
Close this user manual and press h > Setup > Picture.
Use w or x, u or v to select and adjust a setting.
Press OK to activate a setting.
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• Settings assistant
Start the Settings assistant to guide you through basic
picture settings easily.
Follow the instructions on screen.
• Contrast
Changes the level of brightness in the picture but the level
of darkness remains the same.
• Brightness
Changes the level of light in the whole picture.
• Colour
Changes the level of saturation.
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• Hue
• Custom tint
If NTSC is broadcast, this level compensates the colour
variations.
Use a slider bar to change the colour temperature of the
picture …
• Sharpness
- R-WP red whitepoint
Changes the level of sharpness of fine details.
- G-WP green whitepoint
• Noise reduction
- B-WP blue whitepoint
Filters out and reduces the noise in the picture. Set levels
to Minimum, Medium, Maximum or Off.
- R-BL red blacklevel
• Tint
Sets the colours to Normal, Warm (reddish) or Cool
(bluish). Select Custom to make your own personal
settings in the Custom menu.
- G-BL green blacklevel
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• Perfect Pixel HD
- Advanced sharpness
Controls the advanced settings of the Perfect Pixel HD
Engine.
Enables superior sharpness, especially on lines and
contours in the picture.
- HD Natural Motion
- Dynamic contrast
Removes motion judder and reproduces smooth
movement, especially in movies.
Sets the level at which the TV automatically enhances the
details in the dark, middle and light areas of the picture.
- 200 Hz Clear LCD (100 Hz Clear LCD for 32" and 37")
- Dynamic backlight
Gives a superior motion sharpness, better black level,
high contrast with a flicker-free, quiet image and a larger
viewing angle.
Sets the level at which power consumption can be
reduced by dimming the brightness intensity of the
screen. Choose for the best power consumption or for the
picture with the best brightness intensity
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- MPEG artefact reduction
• Light sensor
Smooths the digital transitions in the picture.
Adjusts the picture and Ambilight settings automatically
to the lighting conditions of the room. Switches the Light
sensor on or off.
- Colour enhancement
Makes the colours more vivid and improves the resolution
of details in bright colours
• Picture format / auto format mode
• PC mode
• Picture shift
Sets the TV to the ideal predefined computer setting in
case a computer has been connected.
To shift the picture vertically on the screen with the cursor
keys.
Read Use your TV > Watch TV > Adjust the picture format
4.1.3 Sound
In the Sound menu, you can adjust all sound settings
individually.
Close the user manual and press h > Setup > Sound.
Use w or x, u or v to select and adjust a setting.
Press OK to activate a setting.
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• Bass
Changes the low tones of the sound. Select each bar to
change the setting.
• Treble
Changes the high tones of the sound. Use each slider bar
to change the setting.
• Volume
Changes the volume.
If you do not want the volume bar to appear, press h >
Setup > Installation > Preferences > Volume bar. Select Off
and press OK.
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• Volume — visually impaired
• Mono/stereo
Changes the volume of the selected visually impaired
audio language. (Only for UK.)
If stereo broadcasting is available, you can select Mono or
Stereo for each TV channel.
• Audio language
• TV speakers
Shows the list of broadcast audio languages of digital TV
channels.
If you have an audio system connected to your TV, you can
switch off the TV speakers.
You can set your preferred audio language in h > Setup >
Installation > Languages > Primary audio.
If your audio system supports EasyLink, read Connections
> EasyLink.
• Dual I/II
Select Automatic (EasyLink) to have the sound from your
TV automatically reproduced by your audio system.
If broadcast is available, you can choose between two
different languages.
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• Surround
• Balance
Switches the TV automatically to the best surround sound
mode dependant on the broadcast. Select On or Off.
Sets the balance of the left and right loudspeakers to best
fit your listening position.
• Headphones volume
• Auto volume levelling
Changes the volume of the headphones.
Reduces sudden volume differences like at the beginning
of commercials or when switching from one channel to
another. Select On or Off.
You can mute the TV speakers with m.
• Delta volume
Levels out volume differences between channels
or connected devices. First, switch to the channel or
device whose volume difference you want to level out.
4.1.4 Ambilight
In the Ambilight menu, you can adjust all Ambilight
settings individually.
Close the user manual and press h > Setup > Ambilight.
Use w or x, u or v to select and adjust a setting.
Press OK to activate a setting.
For more on Ambilight, read Use your TV > Use Ambilight.
4.1.5 Factory settings
You can return to the original factory settings.
Only picture, sound and Ambilight settings will be reset.
Close the user manual and press h > Setup > Installation
> Factory reset and press OK.
4.2.1 Reorder and rename
After the first installation, you might want to reorder or
rename installed channels. Organise TV channels in the
Channel overview according to your own preference or
give them a recognisable name.
While watching TV, press OK to open the Channel overview.
The Channel overview shows the TV channels and radio
stations installed on your TV.
To reorder or rename, press Options o and select the
option you need.
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Reorder
You can reposition channels within the overview.
1 Select Reorder in the Options o menu to start
reordering channels.
2 Highlight a channel and press OK.
3 Reposition the channel where you want it with the
navigation keys.
4 Press OK to confirm the position.
You can highlight another channel and do the same.
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To stop Reorder, press Options o and select Exit reorder.
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Rename
You can rename a channel.
1 In the channel overview, navigate to the channel you
want to rename.
2 Select Rename in the Options o menu.
3 Use the navigation keys to position the highlight. Press
Back b to delete a character. Use the remote control
number pad as you do for SMS/text messaging to select
a character. Use the 0 number key to select a special
character. Select Clear to clear all text.
4 Select Done and press OK to end Rename.
4.2.2 Update channels
When the TV was switched on for the first time, a full
installation of channels was performed.
You can set the TV to add or remove digital channels
automatically. You can also manually start the channel
update.
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Automatic update
To set the TV to update digital TV channels automatically,
leave the TV in standby mode. Once a day, at 6 AM, the TV
updates earlier found channels and stores new channels.
Empty channels are removed from the Channel overview.
If a channel update has been performed, a message shows
at TV start up.
If you do not want this message to appear, select No in
h > Setup > Installation > Channel installation > Channel
update message.
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4.2.2 Update channels
Manual update
To update channels yourself at any time, press h > Setup
> Installation > Channel installation > Automatic installation
and press OK.
Start the update and select Update Channels.
The update may take a few minutes.
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4.2.3 Reinstall channels
When the TV was switched on for the first time, a full
installation of channels was performed.
You can redo this full installation all over again to set your
language, country and install all available TV channels.
Full installation
To reinstall the TV, press h > Setup > Installation >
Channel installation > Automatic installation and press OK.
Start the installation and select Reinstall channels.
The update may take a few minutes.
To reorder or rename found channels, read Setup >
Channels > Reorder and rename.
4.2.4 Digital reception quality
If you receive digital TV broadcasting (DVB) from your
own antenna (DVB-T) or use the TV tuner to receive digital
cable channels (DVB-C), you can verify the quality and
signal strength of a channel.
If the reception is poor, you can reposition your antenna
to try to improve the reception. For best results, contact a
specialised antenna installer.
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To verify the reception quality of such a digital channel,
select the channel, press h > Setup > Installation >
Channel installation > Reception test > Search and press
OK.
The digital frequency is shown for this channel.
If the reception is poor, you can reposition your antenna.
Select Search and press OK to verify the signal quality of
this frequency again.
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4.2.4 Digital reception quality
You can enter a specific digital frequency yourself.
Select the frequency, position the arrows on a number
with x and w and change the number with u and v. Press
Search to verify this frequency.
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If you receive the channel with DVB-C, the options Symbol
rate mode and Symbol rate are shown.
For Symbol rate mode, select Automatic unless your cable
provider supplies a specific symbol rate value. You can
enter this supplied value in Symbol rate using the number
keys.
4.2.5 Manual installation of analogue channels
Analogue TV channels can be manually tuned-in channel
by channel.
To start the manual installation of analogue channels,
press h > Setup > Installation > Channel installation >
Manual install - analogue.
Follow each step in this menu.
You can redo these steps until you have all available
analogue TV channels.
1 System — If you have your own antenna, you need
to select the country or part of the world where the TV
channel comes from. If you receive TV channels via a cable
system, you only need to select the country or part of the
world once.
2 Find channel — Search for an analogue TV channel. The
search starts automatically but you can manually enter a
frequency. If the channel reception is bad, select Search
next to search again. Select Done and press OK if you want
to store this TV channel.
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4.2.5 Manual installation of analogue channels
3 Fine tune — Fine tune the found channel with u and v.
Press Done once the channel is fine tuned.
4 Store — A found channel can be stored on the current
channel number with Store current channel or as a new
channel number with Store as new channel.
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4.2.6 Fine tune analogue channels
If the reception of an analogue TV channel is poor, you can
try to fine tune the TV channel.
To fine tune analogue channels, press h > Setup >
Installation > Channel installation > Manual install analogue > Fine tune.
Fine tune the channel with u and v. Press Done once the
channel is fine tuned.
You can store this fine tuned channel on the current
channel number with Store current channel or as a new
channel number with Store as new channel.
4.2.7 DVB-T or DVB-C
If both DVB-T and DVB-C reception is available in your
country, and this TV is prepared for both DVB-T and DVBC for your country, you need to select DVB-T or DVB-C
before you install TV channels.
To select DVB-T or DVB-C reception, press h > Setup >
Installation > Channel installation > Antenna/Cable DVB.
Select Antenna for a DVB-T installation.
Select Cable for a DVB-C installation.
DVB-C channel installation
All DVB-C TV settings are set to automatic but the DVB-C
network might need some settings supplied by the DVBC provider. Enter these settings or values when the TV asks
for them.
You can install your TV for DVB-T and DVB-C. In that case,
you need to carry out two channel installations. First, carry
out an installation with Antenna selected followed by an
installation with Cable selected. Afterwards, the Channel
overview will show both DVB-T and DVB-C TV channels.
4.2.8 Clock settings
In some countries, digital TV broadcasts do not send UTC
— Coordinated Universal Time information. Therefore,
winter and summer time changes might be ignored. You
can correct this with the clock settings.
If the TV shows the incorrect time, press h > Setup >
Installation > Clock > Auto clock mode and select Manual.
In the Daylight saving menu, select Standard time (winter)
or Daylight saving time (summer) according to your local
time.
4.3.1 Network benefits
PC network
Net TV
If the TV is connected to your PC network, you can play
photos, music and movies from a computer or storage
device in that network.
If the TV is connected to the PC network, which is
connected to the Internet, you can link up your TV to Net
TV. The Net TV start page offers you movies, pictures,
music, infotainment, games and many more, all fit for
your TV screen.
Once the network is installed, select Browse PC network in
the Home menu to view the PC content.
Once the network is installed, select Browse Net TV in the
Home menu or simply press Net TV on the remote control
to open the Net TV start page.
4.3.2 What you need
To connect the TV to a PC network and Internet you need
a router in your PC network. The router needs to be set to
DHCP On.
To enjoy Net TV you need to connect the TV to a router with
a high speed connection to the Internet.
The TV connection to the router can either be wired or
wireless.
If you choose a wired connection to the router you need a
network (Ethernet) cable.
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4.3.2 What you need
The PC network feature is DLNA certified.
You can use Microsoft Windows XP or Vista, Intel Mac OSX
or Linux on your computer.
To share PC content on your TV, you need recent media
server software on your computer.
A Windows Media Player 11 or similar.
Some media server software needs to be set to share files
with the TV.
For the list of supported media server software, read
Technical data > Multimedia.
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4.3.3 Wireless installation
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The onscreen instructions help you to install the wireless
network.
To start the wireless network installation on the TV, close
the user manual, press h > Setup > Installation > Network
> Network installation and press OK.
Switch on your router before you start the network
installation. If your wireless network is secured, have the
encryption key ready to enter onscreen.
Follow the onscreen instructions.
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4.3.3 Wireless installation
Name and security
The TV scans for your network router. Found routers
appear in a list on screen. If several routers are found,
select your router in the list and press OK.
If the router name is unknown to you or you do not
recognize your router's name, look up the SSID (Service
Set Identifier) in the router software on your PC.
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When you have chosen your router, the TV asks for the
encryption key -the security key- to access the router.
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4.3.3 Wireless installation
If you have WPA security on your router, enter the
passphrase with the characters on the remote control. If
you have WEP security, the TV asks for the WEP encryption
key in hexadecimal numbers. Find this hexadecimal key in
the router software on your PC. Write down the first key of
the WEP keys list and enter it on TV with the remote control
keypad.
If the security key is accepted, the TV is connected with
the wireless router.
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Next time you start the wireless network, there is no need
to enter the security key. The TV uses the security key you
entered in the installation.
If asked for, agree to the End User License Agreement.
4.3.4 Wired installation
The onscreen procedure helps you to install the wired
network.
Connect the router to the TV using a network cable
and switch on the router before you start the network
installation.
To start the wired network installation, close the user
manual, press h > Setup > Installation > Network >
Network installation and press OK.
Follow the instructions on screen.
The TV constantly searches for a network connection.
If asked for, agree to the End User License Agreement.
Find the latest End User License Agreement at
www.philips.com.
4.3.5 Network settings
The TV's network settings that are used to connect to your
router are standard and set to automatic. This ensures easy
connection with any available network.
If you have problems with the network connection,
you might want to adjust the settings so that they are
appropriate for your home network.
If you are unsure, ask someone with knowledge of network
settings to help you.
To set specific network settings, press h > Setup >
Installation > Network > Network mode and/or … > IP
configuration.
4.3.6
PC Media server
settings
Media servers need to be set for sharing their files and
folders. Follow the instructions closely to set your
specific server.
In the Media Sharing window, check the Share my
media box. Click OK.
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Windows Media Player v11 on Windows Vista
Set for network sharing
In Windows Media Player select Library from the menu
and select Media sharing.
If no network connection was found, and you are
unable to check this box, click the Networking button
to show the Network and Sharing Center window, …
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Set Network discovery to On.
Set File sharing to On.
Go back to the Media Sharing window in Windows
Media Player and check the Share my media box.
Click OK.
Set folders for sharing
In Windows Media Player select Library from the menu
and select Add to Library.
When the TV is connected, by the router, to the PC and
everything is switched On, the Media sharing window
will show the TV as an Unkown Device.
Select the device and click Allow.
In the Add To Library window, select My folders and
those of others that I can access and click the
Advanced Options button. …
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You can open the Settings window to change
particular settings on sharing.
When the device icon (the TV) is checked with a green
tick, click OK.
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With Advanced Options open, you can add specific
folders to the list to share. Click Add.
In the Add To Library window the newly added folder is
shown. You can add more folders to share.
Click the OK button to add the files to the library.
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In the Add Folder window select a folder with music,
photos or videos you want to share with other devices
(your TV). Click OK.
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Now everything is set to enjoy music, photos and
videos on your TV.
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Windows Media Player v11 on Windows XP
Set for network sharing
You can open the Settings window to change
particular settings on sharing.
When the device icon (the TV) is checked with a green
tick, click OK.
In Windows Media Player select Library from the menu
and select Media sharing …
Set folders for sharing
In Windows Media Player select Library from the menu
and select Add to Library.
In the Media Sharing window, check the Share my
media box.
When the TV is connected, by the router, to the PC and
everything is switched On, the Media sharing window
will show the TV as an Unkown Device. Select the
device and click Allow.
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In the Add To Library window, select My folders and
those of others that I can access and click the
Advanced Options button.
With Advanced Options open, you can add specific
folders to the list to share. Click Add.
In the Add To Library window the newly added folder is
shown. You can add more folders to share.
Click the OK button to add the files to the library.
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In the Add Folder window select a folder with music,
photos or videos you want to share with other devices
(your TV). Click OK.
Now everything is set to enjoy music, photos and
videos on your TV.
TVersity v.0.9.10.3 on Windows XP
Click the Sharing tab.
Set for network sharing
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Click the Settings tab and click the Start Sharing
button.
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Set folders for sharing
Click the green plus icon and select Add folder…
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A pop-up window tells you that the media server
service is started. Click OK.
In the Add media pop-up window, click the Browse
button.
Twonky Media v4.4.2 on Macintosh OS X
Set for network sharing
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In Twonky Media click Basic Setup > First steps.
In this window you can change the server name that
appears on your TV.
In the Browse for Folder window select a folder with
music, photos or videos you want to share. Click OK.
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Now everything is set to enjoy music, photos and
videos on your TV.
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Click Basic Setup > Clients/Security.
Check the box next to Enable sharing for new clients
automatically.
Click Select to select the folder for sharing.
Now click Save Changes.
Set folders for sharing
Click on Basic Setup > Sharing.
Some ‘Content Locations’ might be set already
automatically. To add a folder (a content location) to
be shared on the network click the Browse button.
Then click Rescan content directories.
In some cases this might not make all files and folders
available.
Click Support > Troubleshooting and click Rebuild
database to make sure everything works OK. This
rebuilt might take a while.
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In the blue frame click the hard disk name to browse
to a folder with music, photos or videos you want to
share with other devices (your TV).
Now everything is set to enjoy music, photos and
videos on your TV.
4.4.1 Pixel Plus link
Some other devices, DVD or Blu-ray Disc players, might
have their own picture quality processing. To avoid bad
picture quality from interference with the TV processing,
the picture processing of these devices should be
discarded. With Pixel Plus link you can discard this picture
quality processing.
Close this user manual and press h and select Setup >
Installation > Preferences > Pixel Plus link. Select On to
discard the picture processing from connected devices.
4.4.2 Audio sync
When a Home Theatre System is connected, the picture
on your TV and the sound from the Home Theatre System
should be syncronized. A mismatch is visible in scenes
with people talking. When they finish sentences before
their lips stop moving, you need to adjust the Audio sync
delay on the Home Theatre System.
Consult the user manual of the Home Theatre System.
In case you cannot set this delay in the Home Theatre
System or the maximum setting is insufficient, you can
consider to switch off the HD Natural Motion picture
processing of the TV.
Close this user manual and press h > Setup > Picture >
Perfect Pixel HD > HD Natural Motion.
4.5.1 From the Internet
In some cases, it might be necessary to update the TV
software. If your TV is connected to a router, which is
connected to the Internet, you can update the TV software
directly from the Internet. You need a high speed Internet
connection.
Close this user manual, press h > Setup > Software
update > Update now and press OK.
Select Internet and press OK.
Follow the instructions on screen.
When the update is done, the TV switches off and back on
again automatically. Wait for the TV to switch back on; do
not use the Power switch O on the TV.
If the TV is connected to the Internet, the TV displays a
message about the availability of new software at start up.
4.5.2 With a USB memory device
In some cases, it might be necessary to update the TV
software. Start the software update on the TV. Then,
download the TV software from the Internet onto your PC.
Use a USB memory device to upload the software from
your PC to the TV.
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Preparation
You need a PC with a high speed Internet connection. You
will need a USB memory device with 256 Mb free space
and make sure that the write protection is switched off.
Some USB memory devices might not work with the TV.
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4.5.2 With a USB memory device
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1 Identification
2 Download from PC to USB
Close this user manual, press h > Setup > Software
update > Update now and press OK.
Once the TV identification file is written to the USB device,
insert the USB into your PC that is connected to the
Internet. On the USB device, locate the file 'update.htm'
and double-click it. Click on Send ID. If new software is
available it will download to the USB device.
Select USB and press OK.
Follow the onscreen instructions.
The TV will ask to insert the USB device into the USB
connector at the side of the TV.
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4.5.2 With a USB memory device
3 Download from USB to TV
Insert the USB memory device back into the TV. Follow the
onscreen instructions to start the new TV software update.
The TV switches off for 10 seconds and back on again.
Please wait.
Do not …
• use the remote control
• remove the USB device from the TV during the software
update
If a power cut occurs during the update, never remove the
USB memory device from the TV. When the power returns,
the update continues.
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At the end of the update, the message Operation
successful appears on screen. Remove the USB device and
press O on the remote control.
Do not …
• press O twice
• use the O switch on the TV
The TV switches off (for 10 seconds) and back on again.
Please wait.
Now the new TV software update is finished.
You can use the TV again.
5.1.1 Power cable
Make sure the power cable is securely inserted in the
TV. Make sure that the power plug in the wall socket is
accessible at all times.
When disconnecting the power cable, always pull the plug,
never the cable.
Although this TV has a very low standby power
consumption, unplug the power cable to save energy if
you do not use the TV for a long time.
5.1.2 Antenna cable
Locate the antenna connection at the back of the TV. Insert
the antenna cable securely in the Antenna a socket.
5.2.1 Cable quality
Before you connect devices to the TV, verify which
connectors are available on the device. Connect the device
to the TV with the highest quality connection available.
Good quality cables ensure a good transfer of picture and
sound.
The connections shown in this user manual are
recommendations for the cases most used. Other
solutions are possible.
Read more on specific cable types and available
connections in About cables > HDMI … etc.
Add your devices
When you have connected a device to the TV, always add
this device as an item in the Home menu. With this item
in the Home menu, you can easily switch the TV to this
device.
To add a new device, press h > Add your devices. Follow
the instructions on screen.
5.2.2 HDMI
An HDMI connection has the best picture and sound
quality.
One HDMI cable combines video and audio signals.
Use HDMI for High Definition (HD) TV signals.
An HDMI cable transfers picture and sound signals in only
one direction, the opposite to a scart cable.
Do not use an HDMI cable longer than 5 m.
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5.2.2 HDMI
HDMI supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection). HDCP is a copy protection signal that comes
with HD content (DVD disc or Blu-ray Disc).
DVI to HDMI
Use a DVI to HDMI adaptor if your device has only a DVI
connection. Use one of the HDMI connectors and add an
Audio L/R cable to DVI x HDMI, Audio In L/R for sound, at
the back of the TV.
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EasyLink
HDMI with EasyLink offers easy operating of your
connected devices when these have the HDMI CEC
standard.
Read Connections > EasyLink HDMI-CEC.
5.2.3 YPbPr — Component video
Use the Component Video YPbPr connection together with
an Audio Left and Right connection for sound.
Match the YPbPr connector colours with the cable plugs
when you connect. YPbPr can handle High Definition (HD)
TV signals.
5.2.4 Scart
A scart cable combines video and audio signals. Scart
connectors can handle RGB video signals but cannot
handle High Definition (HD) TV signals.
5.2.5 S-Video
Use an S-Video cable together with an Audio Left and Right
(cinch) cable.
Match the Audio connectors’ colours with the cable plugs
when you connect.
5.2.6 Video
Use a Video (cinch) cable together with an Audio Left and
Right (cinch) cable.
Match the Audio connectors’ colours with the cable plugs
when you connect.
5.2.7 VGA
Use a VGA cable (DE15 connector) to connect a computer
to the TV. With this connection you can use the TV as a
computer monitor. You can add an Audio Left and Right
cable for sound.
Read Connections > More devices > TV as PC monitor.
5.3.1 DVD player
Use an HDMI cable to connect the DVD player to an HDMI connector on the back of the TV.
5.3.2 DVD Home Theatre System
First, use an HDMI cable to connect the device to the TV.
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5.3.2 DVD Home Theatre System
Finally, use a digital audio cinch cable to connect the device to the TV or alternatively, use the analogue Audio Out L/R.
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5.3.2 DVD Home Theatre System
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Audio Out L/R
Audio and Video synchronisation (sync)
If there is no digital audio output on the Home Theatre
System, you can use the TV's analogue Audio Out L/R
connection.
If the sound does not match with the video on screen, you
can set a delay on most DVD Home Theatre Systems to
match the sound and video.
Do not connect the audio signal from a DVD player or other
device directly to the Home Theatre System. Always lead
the sound through the TV first.
5.3.3 DVD Recorder
First, use 2 antenna cables to connect the antenna to the DVD Recorder and the TV.
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5.3.3 DVD Recorder
Finally, use a scart cable to connect the DVD Recorder to a scart connector on the back of the TV.
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5.3.4 Digital receiver or Satellite receiver
First, use 2 antenna cables to connect the antenna to the receiver and the TV.
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5.3.4 Digital receiver or Satellite receiver
Finally, use a scart cable to connect the receiver to the back of the TV
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5.3.5 Digital receiver and DVD Recorder
First, use 3 antenna cables to connect the digital receiver and the DVD Recorder to the TV.
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5.3.5 Digital receiver and DVD Recorder
Then use a scart cable to connect the digital receiver to the TV.
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5.3.5 Digital receiver and DVD Recorder
Finally, use 2 scart cables to connect the 2 devices and the TV.
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5.3.6 Digital receiver, DVD Recorder and Home Theatre System
First, use 3 antenna cables to connect the 2 devices and the TV.
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5.3.6 Digital receiver, DVD Recorder and Home Theatre System
Then use a scart cable to connect the digital receiver to the TV.
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5.3.6 Digital receiver, DVD Recorder and Home Theatre System
Then use 2 Scart cables to connect the Digital receiver to the DVD Recorder and the DVD Recorder to the TV.
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5.3.6 Digital receiver, DVD Recorder and Home Theatre System
Then use an HDMI cable to connect the Home Theatre System to the TV.
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5.3.6 Digital receiver, DVD Recorder and Home Theatre System
Finally, use a digital audio cinch cable to connect the Home Theatre System to the TV.
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5.3.7 Blu-ray Disc player
Use an HDMI cable to connect the Blu-ray Disc player to an HDMI connector on the back of the TV.
5.3.8 Digital HD receiver
First, use 2 antenna cables to connect the Digital HD receiver to the TV.
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5.3.8 Digital HD receiver
Use an HDMI cable to connect the Digital HD receiver to the TV.
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5.4.1 Game console
The most practical connections for a game console are at
the side of the TV. You can use an HDMI, S-Video or Video
connection but never connect the S-Video and Video at
the same time.
If you use an HDMI or YPbPr connection, you can use the
connectors at the back of the TV.
See the next pages for how to connect your games
console.
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Picture delay
To prevent picture delay, set the TV to Game mode.
Close this user manual and press Options o and select
Picture and sound. Press OK.
Select Smart settings and press OK.
Select Game and press OK.
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5.4.1 Game console
The most practical connections for a game console are at the side of the TV.
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5.4.1 Game console
Use an HDMI or the EXT3 (YPbPr and Audio L/R) cable to connect the game console to the back of the TV.
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5.4.2 HD Game console
Use an HDMI cable or YPbPr cables to connect a High
Definition game console to the TV.
Read also Connections > More devices > Game.
5.4.3 Photo camera
To view pictures stored on your digital photo camera, you
can connect the camera directly to the TV. Use the USB
connection at the side of the TV to connect. Switch on the
camera after you made the connection.
If the list with the content of the camera does not show
automatically, your camera might need to be set to
transfer its content with PTP – Picture Transfer Protocol.
Read the user manual of the digital photo camera.
5.4.4 Camcorder
The most practical connection for a camcorder is at the
side of the TV. You can use an HDMI, S-Video or Video
connection but never connect the S-Video and Video at
the same time.
See the next pages for how to connect your camcorder.
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5.4.4 Camcorder
The most practical connection for a camcorder is at the side of the TV.
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5.4.4 Camcorder
Use an HDMI or the EXT3 (YPbPr and Audio L/R) cable to connect the camcorder to the back of the TV.
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5.4.5 TV as PC monitor
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You can connect the TV to your computer as a PC monitor.
Ideal TV setting
Before connecting the PC, set the PC monitor refresh rate
to 60 Hz.
Set the TV Picture format to Unscaled for the sharpest
picture quality. While watching TV, press Options o,
select Picture format and select Unscaled.
You can connect the PC to the side of the TV or
alternatively to the back. See the next pages to connect
your computer.
Supported PC resolutions
For a list of supported resolutions see Technical data >
Display resolutions.
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5.4.5 TV as PC monitor
Use a DVI to HDMI adapter to connect the PC to HDMI and an audio L/R cable to connect the Audio L/R to the side of the TV.
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5.4.5 TV as PC monitor
Use a VGA cable to connect the PC to the VGA connector and an audio L/R cable to connect the VGA Audio L/R to the back of the
TV.
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5.4.6 Decoder
Use a scart cable to connect a decoder which decodes
analogue antenna channels. Use the EXT1 or EXT2
connectors at the back of the TV.
You have to assign the TV channel as a channel to be
decoded. Then assign the connection where the decoder is
connected.
Close this user manual and press h > Setup > Installation
> Decoder. Select Channel to set the channel that you want
to decode. Select Status to set the connector you use for
the decoder.
5.5.1 EasyLink
If a device is equipped with the HDMI-CEC standard, the
device and the TV can work together.
Connect the TV to the device using an HDMI cable. The
TV comes with EasyLink set to On. To switch EasyLink off,
press h > Setup > Installation > Preferences > EasyLink.
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With EasyLink, the following functions are available:
• One touch play
Insert a disc and press Play on the device. The TV switches
on from standby mode and shows the disc programme
automatically.
• System standby
Press O on the TV remote control for 2 seconds to switch
the connected devices into standby mode.
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• System audio control
Naming of HDMI-CEC on other brands
If you connect an audio system, you can listen to the audio
from the TV through the audio system. The TV speakers are
muted automatically.
The HDMI-CEC functionality has different names with
different brands. Some examples of name are: Anynet,
Aquos Link, Bravia Theatre Sync, Kuro Link, Simplink, Viera
Link, ...
The TV comes with the speakers set to EasyLink
(Automatic). To switch the TV speakers off or permanently
on, press h > Setup > Sound > TV speakers.
Make sure that all HDMI-CEC settings are properly set up
on the device . EasyLink might not work with devices from
other brands.
Not all brands are fully compatible with EasyLink.
5.5.2 EasyLink Remote Control
First read Connections > EasyLink, before you go on with
EasyLink Remote control.
To switch EasyLink Remote control on, press h > Setup >
Installation > Preferences > EasyLink Remote control.
With EasyLink Remote control, the TV remote control
commands are sent directly to the device you are watching
on TV. There is no need to select the device on the remote
control first.
Except for the Home h key, all remote control commands
will try to operate the device. Some commands might not
work with the device.
Caution> This is an advanced setting. Verify if all devices
are suited for this setting. Unsuited devices will not
respond. Try out this function first, before you switch on
EasyLink Remote control permanently.
To switch back to TV control, press h and select Watch TV
To control another device, press h and select the other
device.
5.6.1 Conditional Access Module (CAM)
Scrambled digital TV channels can be decoded with a
Conditional Access Module (CAM). Digital TV service
operators provide the CAM when you subscribe to their
services. Contact a digital TV service operator for more
information and terms & conditions.
Insert a CAM
Switch off the TV before inserting a CAM.
Look on the CAM for the correct method of insertion.
Incorrect insertion can damage the CAM and the TV.
Look for the common interface slot on the side of the TV.
Gently insert the CAM as far as it will go and leave it in the
slot permanently.
It can take a few minutes before the CAM is activated.
Removing the CAM will deactivate the service on TV.
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5.6.1 Conditional Access Module
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Watching a CAM service
If a CAM is inserted and subscription fees have been paid,
the TV shows the programme from the digital TV service
provider. The applications, their function, the content and
the onscreen messages all come from the CAM service.
CAM settings
To set passwords or PIN codes for the CAM service, press
h > Setup > Features > Common Interface. Select the CAM
provider and press OK.
5.6.2 Common Interface Plus CI+
This TV can handle the CI+ conditional access.
CI+ allows service providers to offer premium HD digital
programmes with a high level of copy protection.
To insert a CI+ CAM, read the chapter CAM - Conditional
Access Module.
5.7.1 Wireless network connection
To set up the wireless network connection, read all
chapters in Setup > Network.
5.7.2 Wired network connection
To set up the wired network connection, read all chapters
in Setup > Network.
Connect the router to the TV using a network cable
and switch on the router before you start the network
installation.
6.1 Contact information
Warning
Contact information — Consumer Care
If your TV breaks down, NEVER try to repair the TV yourself.
If the TV problem is not solved you can call the Philips
Consumer Care hotline in your country. Find the telephone
number on the printed documentation that came with the
TV.
If the advice and suggestions in Troubleshooting do not
help resolve the problem, try switching the TV off and back
on again.
Or consult our website www.philips.com/support
TV model number and serial number
Find these numbers on the packaging label or on the type
label on the back or bottom of the TV.
6.2 TV and remote control
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The TV does not switch on
The TV does not respond to the remote control
• Verify the power cable connection.
• Verify that the batteries of the remote control are not
empty or weak. Verify their + / - orientation.
• Verify that the batteries of the remote control are not
empty or weak. Verify their + / - orientation.
• Unplug the power cable, wait for a minute and plug it
back in. Try switching it on again.
• You can use the buttons on the TV to switch the TV on.
• Clean the remote control and TV sensor lens.
• Verify if EasyLink Remote control is set to Off
• During the warming-up time of the TV, which is about
two minutes, it is possible that the TV and some external
devices do not immediately respond to commands from
the remote control. The device is functioning normally and
is not broken.
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6.2 TV and remote control
The TV switches off and the red light blinks
• Unplug the power cable, wait a minute and plug it back
in. Verify if there is enough space for ventilation. Wait until
the TV has cooled down.
If the TV does not restart from standby and the blinking
occurs again, call Consumer Care.
You forgot your code to unlock Child lock
• Read Timers and locks > Child lock.
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6.3 TV channels
Some TV channels are gone
No digital channels found during installation
• Verify if the correct list for the Channel overview is
selected. Read Use your TV > Menus > Channel overview.
• Verify if the TV supports DVB-T or DVB-C in your country.
Check the 'Digital TV Country Compatibility' sticker on the
back of the TV.
• A channel could be hidden in the Channel overview. Read
Use your TV > Menus > Channel overview.
6.4 Picture
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LightGuide is on but there is no picture
The TV picture is poor
• Verify if the antenna is connected properly.
• Verify if the antenna is connected properly.
• Verify if the correct device is selected.
• Non-earthed audio devices, neon lights, high buildings
or mountains can influence the picture quality. Try to
improve the picture by changing the position of the
antenna or placing devices away from the TV.
The sound is on, but there is no picture
• Verify the contrast or brightness setting in the menu.
• Verify that the correct TV system is chosen in the Manual
installation menu.
• If only a certain channel is poor, try to fine tune this
channel with the Fine tune menu. Read Setup > Installation
> Analogue: manual installation.
...
6.4 Picture
The picture has poor colour
• Verify the colour settings in the Picture menu. Select any
of the Smart settings in the Setup menu.
• Verify the connections and cables of the connected
devices.
Picture delay when a game console is connected
• To prevent picture delay, set the TV to game mode. Select
Game in the Smart settings in the Setup menu.
2/3
The TV does not remember my settings when I switch it
back on
• Check whether the TV is set to Home in the Home menu >
Setup > Installation > Preferences > Location menu.
The picture does not fit the screen; it is either too big or
too small
• Press f and select a more fitting picture format in the
Picture format menu.
...
6.4 Picture
The picture position on screen is not correct
• Some picture signals from some devices do not fit the
screen properly. You can move the picture with the cursor
keys on the remote control. Check the signal output of the
device.
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6.5 Sound
There is a picture but no sound
The sound comes from one speaker only
• Verify the volume is not set to 0.
• Verify that the Balance is not set to extreme left or right.
• Verify the sound has not been muted with m.
• Verify that all cables are connected properly.
Sound delay when a DVD Home Theatre System device is
connected
• If no sound signal is detected, the TV automatically
switches off the sound. This is proper operation and is not
a malfunction.
• Read the user manual of the DVD device to adjust the
audio sync delay. If you cannot set a delay, switch off HD
Natural Motion in h > Setup > Picture > Perfect Pixel HD.
The sound is poor
• Verify that the sound is set to Stereo.
• Select any of the Smart settings in h > Setup > Smart
settings.
6.6 Devices
HDMI connections
• The HDMI-HDCP procedure might take a few seconds
before the TV shows the picture from a device.
• If the TV does not recognise the device and the screen
shows no picture, try switching from one device to another
and back again to restart the HDCP procedure.
• If sound interruptions occur persistently, see the user
manual of the device to verify the output settings. If that
does not help, connect an additional audio cable.
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• If a DVI to HDMI adaptor is used, verify that an additional
audio connection is in place to complete the DVI
connection.
HDMI with EasyLink
• Verify if the connected device supports the HDMI-CEC
standard and is properly set up. Read the user manual that
comes with the device.
• Verify if the HDMI cable is properly connected.
• Verify if EasyLink is activated in h >Setup > Installation >
Preferences > EasyLink.
6.6 Devices
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• Make sure that the System audio control in your HDMICEC audio devices is properly set up. Read the user manual
that comes with your audio device.
The PC display on my TV is not stable or is not
synchronised (with TV as PC monitor)
EasyLink Remote control
• Verify that the correct resolution mode is selected on
your PC. Read Technical data > Display resolutions.
• Some devices have identical functionality but do not
support the specific remote control commands. Read
Connections > EasyLink HDMI-CEC > EasyLink RC.
• Set the refresh rate of your PC to 60Hz.
6.7 Multimedia
USB device content is not shown
PC files are not shown in the Browse PC network menu
• Set your device (camera) to ‘Mass Storage Class’
compliant.
• Verify that files have been added in the PC folder.
• The USB device may need specific driver software.
Unfortunately, this software cannot be downloaded to your
TV.
• Not all audio and picture files are supported. Read
Technical data.
USB device content does not play back smoothly
• The transfer performance of the USB device limits the
transfer rate.
• Not all file formats are supported. Read Technical data >
Multimedia formats.
• You have to set the PC media server to share files with the
TV. Read Setup > Network > What you need.
PC files do not play
• Read Technical data > Multimedia formats.
6.8 Network
Wireless network not found or distorted.
Net TV does not work
• Microwave ovens, Dect phones or other WiFi 11b devices
in your neighbourhood might disturb the wireless network.
• If the connection to the router is OK, verify the router
connection to the Internet.
• Make sure that the firewalls in your network allow access
to the TV wireless connection.
Browse PC and Net TV work slow
• If the wireless network does not work properly in your
home, try the wired network installation. Read h > Setup >
Installation > Network.
• Look in your wireless router's user manual for
information on indoor range, transfer rate and other
factors of signal quality.
• You need a high speed Internet connection for your
router.
7.1 Power and reception
Product specifications are subject to change without
notice.
For more specification details of this product see
www.philips.com/support.
Reception
• Antenna input : 75ohm coaxial (IEC75)
• TV system : DVB COFDM 2K/8K,
• Video playback : NTSC, SECAM, PAL
Power
• DVB : DVB-T, DVB-C, MHEG 4
• Mains power : AC220-240V +/-10%
(see selected countries on the TV typeplate)
• Ambient temperature : 5°C to 35°C
• Tunerbands : VHF, UHF, S-Channel, Hyperband
• Power and standby power consumption, see the
technical specification on www.philips.com
7.2 Display and sound
Picture / Display
Sound
• Display type: LCD Full HD W-UXGA
• Output power (RMS) : 2 x 15 W
• Diagonal size :
• Virtual Dolby Digital
- 32 inch / 82cm
• BBE
- 37 inch / 94cm
- 40 inch / 101cm
- 46 inch / 116cm
- 52 inch / 132cm
• Aspect ratio : Widescreen 16:9
• Panel resolution: 1920x1080p
• Perfect Pixel HD picture enhancement
• 1080p 24/25/30/50/60Hz processing
• 100 Hz Clear LCD
- for 32PFL9604 / 37PFL9604
• 200 Hz Clear LCD
- for 40PFL9704 / 46PFL9704 / 52PFL9704
7.3 Supported display resolutions
Video formats
Computer formats
Resolution — Refresh rate
Resolution — Refresh rate
• 480i - 60 Hz
• 640 x 480p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 480p - 60 Hz
• 600 x 800p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 576i - 50 Hz
• 1024 x 768p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 576p - 50 Hz
• 1280 x 768p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 720p - 50 Hz, 60 Hz
• 1360 x 765p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 1080i - 50 Hz, 60 Hz
• 1360 x 768p — 60 Hz (VGA/HDMI)
• 1080p - 24 Hz, 25 Hz, 30 Hz
• 1280 x 1024p — 60 Hz (HDMI)
• 1080p - 50 Hz, 60 Hz
• 1920 x 1080i — 60 Hz (HDMI)
• 1920 x 1080p — 60 Hz (HDMI)
7.4 Multimedia
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Connections
Playback formats
• USB
• MP3
• Ethernet UTP5
• Still pictures : JPEG
• Wi-Fi 802.11g (built-in)
• MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4
Supported USB / memory device formats
• FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS
• MPEG program stream PAL
• AVI
• H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC)
• WMA v2 up to v9.2
• WMV9
...
7.4 Multimedia
Supported media server software
• Windows Media Player 11 (for Microsoft Windows XP or
Vista)
• Google (for XP)
• Twonky Media — PacketVideo 4.4.9 (for PC and Intel
MacOX)
• Sony Vaio Media Server (for Microsoft Windows XP or
Vista)
• TVersity v.0.9.10.3 (for Microsoft Windows XP)
• Nero 8 — Nero MediaHome (for Microsoft Windows XP)
• DiXiM (for Microsoft Windows XP)
• Macrovision Network Media Server(for Microsoft
Windows XP)
• Fuppes (for Linux)
• uShare (for Linux)
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• Philips NAS SPD8020 (v. 1.2.9.47)
7.5 Connectivity
Rear
Side
• EXT1 (scart): Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
• HDMI side in
• EXT2 (scart): Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
• S-Video in (Y/C)
• EXT3:Y Pb Pr, Audio L/R
• Video in (CVBS)
• VGA, Audio L/R
• Audio L/R in
• HDMI 1 in (HDMI 1.3a for all HDMI connections)
• Headphones (stereo mini jack)
• HDMI 2 in
• USB
• HDMI 3 in
• Common interface slot
• HDMI 4 in
• Audio In L/R (DVI to HDMI)
• Audio Out L/R — display synchronised
• Digital Audio out (coaxial-cinch-S/PDIF) display
synchronised
• Network — (RJ45)
7.6 Dimensions and weights
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32PFL9604
37PFL9604
40PFL9704
Width 779 mm
Width 903 mm
Width 987 mm
Height 475 mm
Height 577 mm
Height 619 mm
Depth 89 mm
Depth 89 mm
Dept 89 mm
Weight ±19 kg
Weight ±26 kg
Weight ±28 kg
… with TV stand
… with TV stand
… with TV stand
Height 539 mm
Height 640 mm
Height 682 mm
Depth 220 mm
Depth 240 mm
Depth 260 mm
Weight ±20 kg
Weight ±29kg
Weight ±33 kg
7.6 Dimensions and weights
46PFL9704
52PFL9704
Width 1123 mm
Width 1300 mm
Height 701 mm
Height 803 mm
Depth 89 mm
Depth 128 mm
Weight ±36 kg
Weight ±46 kg
… with TV stand
… with TV stand
Height 764 mm
Height 875 mm
Depth 280 mm
Depth 320 mm
Weight ±41 kg
Weight ±49 kg
UMv 3104 327 0012.2 - 090622
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Safety
Risk of electric shock or fire!
• Never expose the TV or remote control to rain, water
or excessive heat.
• Never place liquid containers, such as vases, near
the TV. If liquids are spilt on or into the TV, disconnect
the TV from the power outlet immediately. Contact
Philips Consumer Care to have the TV checked before
use.
• Never place the TV, remote control or batteries near
naked flames or other heat sources, including direct
sunlight.
• Keep candles or other flames away from this product
at all times.
• Never insert objects into the ventilation slots or other
openings on the TV.
• Avoid force coming onto power plugs. Loose power
plugs can cause arcing or fire.
• Never place the TV or any objects on the power cord.
Risk of injury or damage to the TV!
• Two people are required to lift and carry a TV that
weighs more than 55 lbs.
• If you stand mount the TV, use only the supplied
stand. Secure the stand to the TV tightly. Place the TV
on a flat, level surface that can support the TVs weight.
• If you wall mount the TV, use suitable fixations on
a sturdy wall to safely mount the TV considering its
weight. Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no
responsibility for improper wall mounting that results
in accident or injury.
Risk of injury to children!
Follow these precautions to prevent the TV from toppling over and causing injury to children.
• Never place the TV on a surface covered by a cloth or
other material that can be pulled away.
• Ensure that no part of the TV hangs over the edge of
the mounting surface.
• Never place the TV on tall furniture, such as a bookcase, without anchoring both the furniture and TV to
the wall or a suitable support.
• Educate children about the dangers of climbing on
furniture to reach the TV.
Risk of overheating!
• Always leave a space of at least 4 inches around the
TV for ventilation. Ensure curtains or other objects
never cover the ventilation slots on the TV.
Lightning storms
Disconnect the TV from the power outlet and antenna
before lightning storms. During lightning storms,
never touch any part of the TV, power cord or antenna
cable.
Risk of hearing damage!
Avoid using earphones or headphones at high volumes or for prolonged periods of time.
Low temperatures
If the TV is transported in temperatures below 5°C,
unpack the TV and wait till TV temperature matches
the room temperature to install the TV.
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All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without
notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics
N.V. or their respective owners.
Philips reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly. The material in the
user manual is believed adequate for the intended use of the system.
If the product, or its individual modules or procedures, are used for
purposes other than those specified herein, confirmation of their
validity and suitability must be obtained. Philips warrants that the
material itself does not infringe any United States patents. No further
warranty is expressed or implied.
Warranty
No components are user-serviceable. Never open or remove covers
and never insert objects in the ventilation slots or insert objects not
suitable for the specific connectors. Repairs may only be done by
Philips Service Centres and official repairshops. Failure to do so shall
void any warranty, stated or implied. Any operation expressly prohibited in this manual, any adjustments, or assembly procedures not
recommended or authorised in this manual shall void the warranty.
Pixel characteristics
This LCD product has a high number of colour pixels. Although it has
effective pixels of 99,999% or more, black dots or bright points of light
(red, green or blue) may appear constantly on the screen.This is a
structural property of the display (within common industry standards)
and is not a malfunction.
Open source software
This television contains open source software. Philips hereby offers
to deliver or make available, upon request, for a charge no more than
the cost of physically performing source distribution, a complete machinereadable copy of the corresponding source code on a medium
customarily used for software interchange. This offer is valid for a
period of 3 years after the date of purchase of this product. To obtain
the source code, write to
Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
Ass. to the Development Manager
Pathoekeweg 11
B-8000 Brugge
Belgium
Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. manufactures and sells many
products targeted at consumers, which, like any electronic apparatus, in general have the ability to emit and receive electromagnetic
signals. One of Philips’ leading Business Principles is to take all
necessary health and safety measures for our products, to comply
with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF
standards applicable at the time of producing the products. Philips is
committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no
adverse health effects. Philips confirms that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use according
Europe — EC Declaration of Conformity
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.
English
Mains fuse (UK only)
This TV is fitted with an approved moulded plug. Should it become
necessary to replace the mains fuse, this must be replaced with a
fuse of the same value as indicated on the plug (example 10A).
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. The replacement fuse must comply with BS 1362 and have the ASTA
approval mark. If the fuse is lost, contact your dealer in order to verify
the correct type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
In order to maintain conformity to the EMC directive, the mains plug
on this product must not be detached from the mains cord.
Deutsch
Copyrights
VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting Compliant logo are trademarks of
the Video Electronics Standards Association.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. ‘Dolby’, ‘Pro
Logic’ and the double D symbol, are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc. Licensed by BBE,
Inc under one or more of the following US patents: 5510752, 5736897.
BBE and BBE symbol are registered trademarks of BBE Sound Inc.
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Kensington and MicroSaver are registered US trademarks of ACCO
World Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications
in other countries throughout the world.
DLNA®, the DLNA logo and DNLA Certified™ are trademarks, service
marks, or certification marks of the Digital Living Network Alliance.
Nederlands
All other registered and unregistered
trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Hereby, Philips Innovative Applications N.V. declares
that this television is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Hiermit erklärt Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
dass sich das Fernsehgerät in Übereinstimmung mit
den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den übrigen
einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/
EG befindet.
Français
Par la présente Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
déclare que cet appareil de télévision est conforme
aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions
pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE.
Hierbij verklaart Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
dat deze televisie in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van
richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
Español
Por medio de la presente Philips Innovative Applications N.V. declara que el televisor cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones
aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Italiano
Con la presente Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
dichiara che questo televisore è conforme ai requisiti
essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite
dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Português
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. declara que este
televisor está conforme com os requisitos essenciais
e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Eλληνικά
ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ Η Philips Innovative Applications
N.V. ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ H ΤΗΛΕΌΡΑΣΗ ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ
ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/ΕΚ.
Svenska
Härmed intygar Philips Innovative Applications N.V. att
denna TV står i överensstämmelse med de väsentliga
egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser
som framgår av direktiv 1999/5/EG.
Norsk
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. erklærer herved at
utstyret TV er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav
og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Dansk
Undertegnede Philips Innovative Applications N.V.
erklærer herved, at dette TV overholder de væsentlige
krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Suomi
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. vakuuttaa täten
että tämaä televisio on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten
vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden
ehtojen mukainen.
Malti
Hawnhekk, Philips Innovative Applications N.V., jiddikjara li dan ‘Television’ jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm
fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC.
Íslenska
Hér með lýsir Philips Innovative Applications N.V. yfir
því að ‘Television’ er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og
aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC.
Polski
Firma Philips Innovative Applications N.V. niniejszym
oświadcza, że ‘Telewizor’ jest zgodny z zasadniczymi
wymogami oraz pozostałymi stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity is
available at :
http://www.philips.com/support
Magyar
Alulírott, Philips Innovative Applications N.V. nyilatkozom, hogy a televízió megfelel a vonatkozó alapvető
követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC irányelv egyéb
előírásainak.
Česky
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. tímto prohlašuje,
že tento televizor je ve shodě se základními požadavky
a dalšími příslušnými ustanoveními směrnice 1999/5/
ES.
This equipment may be operated in the following European countries …
Slovensky
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. týmto vyhlasuje,
že tento televízor spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky
príslušné ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES.
Slovensko
Philips Innovative Applications N.V. izjavlja, da je ta
televizor v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi
relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES.
Eesti
Käesolevaga kinnitab Philips Innovative Applications N.V. seadme Teler vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ
põhinõuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele
teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
Latviski
Ar šo Philips Innovative Applications N.V. deklarē, ka
‘Televizors’ atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām
prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem noteikumiem.
Lietuvių
Šiuo Philips Innovative Applications N.V. deklaruoja,
kad šis ‘Televizorius’ atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir
kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas.
This equipment can be operated in other nonEuropean countries.
Info for UK only.
Information about how to
re-tune your TV during the
digital TV switchover.
Digital UK, the body leading the digital TV
switchover, will advise you when you need to
re-tune during the switchover.
If you choose to connect your TV to satellite or
cable with a digital box then it will not be
affected by switchover, and you won’t need to
re-tune.
If you have any questions, please contact your
equipment supplier or call Digital UK on …
0845 6 50 50 50 or visit www.digitaluk.co.uk
How to re-tune:
To find out how to re-tune your TV, check
this user manual for details.
Go to section 6 Install channels.
If you do not re-tune your channels when
advised to do so by Digital UK, you may lose
some or all of your channels until you do
re-tune. You should re-tune your TV every
few months to check for any new channels.
If you are missing any channels, it may be
that they are not available in your area, or
that your aerial needs upgrading.
When does switchover happen?
*Copeland switches on October 17, 2007
Television in the UK is going digital, bringing us
all more choice and new services. Starting in
late 2007 and ending in 2012, television
services in the UK will go completely digital, TV
region by TV region.
Please see the next page to find out when your
area switches to digital.
Digital UK is the independent, non-profit
organisation leading the process of digital TV
switchover in the UK. Digital UK provides impartial information on what people need to do
to prepare for the move to digital, and when
they need to do it.
How the switchover affects
your TV equipment:
Your new TV has a digital tuner built in, which
means it is ready to receive the Freeview signal
by simply plugging it into your aerial socket
(check if you can get digital TV through your
aerial now, or whether you’ll have to wait until
switchover, at www.digitaluk.co.uk).
When the TV switchover happens in your area,
there are at least two occasions when you will
need to re-tune your TV in order to continue
receiving your existing TV channels, and also to
pick up new ones.
The exact date you switch
depends on the transmitter
you are served by. To check
when you switch, go to
Digital UK’s postcode
checker on
www.digitaluk.co.uk
Check your ITV news service
or look at Teletext page 106
to see what TV region you’re
in.
Visit us at digitaluk.co.uk
Call us on 0845 6 50 50 50†
† Calls charged at BT rate of 3p per minute daytime and
1p per minute evenings and weekends. Rates may vary
for calls from non-BT lines.
Diagramma elettronico / Electronic diagram
Flash
FPGA
DVB-T
DVB-C
CVBS
WiFi
LED DIMMING
HDMI MUX
USB 2.0
Dimming
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