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Table of contents
2007 © Koninklijke Philips
Electronics N.V. 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 this 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 userserviceable. Do not open or remove
covers to the inside of the product.
Repairs may only be done by Philips
Service Centres and official repair
shops. 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 color 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.
in general have the ability to emit
and receive electromagnetic signals.
One of Philips’ leading Business
Principles is to take all necessary
health and safety measures for
our products, to comply with all
applicable legal requirements and to
stay well within the EMF standards
applicable at the time of producing
the products.
Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that
cause no adverse health effects.
Philips confirms that if its products
are handled properly for their
intended use, they are safe to use
according to scientific evidence
available today.
Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF
and safety standards, enabling Philips
to anticipate further developments
in standardisation for early
integration in its products.
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.
Copyrights
Compliance with EMF
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
manufactures and sells many
products targeted at consumers,
which, like any electronic apparatus,
VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting
Compliant logo are trademarks of
the Video Electronics Standards
Association.
Windows Media is either a
registered trademark or trademark
of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and/or other
countries.
® Kensington and Micro Saver
are registered US trademarks of
ACCO World Corporation with
issued registrations and pending
applications in other countries
throughout the world. All other
registered and unregistered
trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Important
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
to Philips!
Read this user manual before you start to use
this product.
Pay close attention to this section and follow
the safety and screen care instructions. The
product warranty does not apply if damage is
caused by failing to follow these instructions.
To fully benefit from the support that Philips
offers, register your product at www.philips.
com/welcome.
The model and serial number of your TV can
be found on the back of the TV as well as on
the packaging.
• Do not insert any strange object into the
ventilation slots.This might lead to damage
of the TV.
• If the TV is mounted on a swivel base or
swivel arm, ensure no strain is placed on
the power cord when the TV is swivelled.
Strain on the power cord can loosen
connections and cause arcing or fire.
• To avoid risk of fire or electric shock, do
not place the TV, remote control or remote
control batteries near naked flame sources
(e.g. lighted candles) and other heat sources
including direct sunlight.
• Do not install the TV in a confined space
such as a bookcase. Leave a space of at
least 10cm (four inches) around the TV
for ventilation. Be sure air flow is not
obstructed.
• If placing the TV on a flat, solid surface be
sure to use only the supplied stand. Do not
move the TV if the stand is not properly
screwed to the TV.
1.1 Safety
• Two people are required to lift and carry a
TV that weighs more than 25 kilos (55lb).
Improper handling of the TV can result in
serious injury.
• If transporting the TV in low temperatures
(less than 5°C), open the box and wait until
the TV matches the ambient temperature of
the room before unpacking.
• To avoid short circuit, do not expose the
TV, remote control or remote control
batteries to rain or water.
• Do not place vessels of water or other
liquids on top of or near the TV. Spilling
liquids on the TV can cause electric shock.
If liquids are spilt on the TV, do not operate
the TV. Immediately disconnect the TV from
the mains and have the TV checked by a
qualified technician.
• Wall mounting of the TV should only be
performed by qualified personnel. The TV
must only be mounted on an appropriate
wall bracket and on a wall that can safely
hold the weight of the TV. Improper wall
mounting can result in severe injury or
damage. Do not attempt to wall mount the
TV yourself.
• If the TV is mounted on a swivel base or
swivel arm, ensure no strain is placed on
the power cord when the TV is swivelled.
Strain on the power cord can loosen
connections and cause arcing or fire.
• Disconnect the TV from the mains and
antenna before lightning storms. During
lightning storms do not touch any part of
the TV, mains cord or antenna cable.
• Be sure that you have full access to the
mains cord for easy disconnection of the
TV from the mains.
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1.
• When disconnecting the TV from the mains,
be sure to:
• Turn off the TV, then the mains power (if
available).
• Unplug the mains cord from the mains
socket outlet.
• To avoid deformations or colour fading,
wipe off water droplets as soon as possible.
• Do not touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with hard objects as this may
damage the screen permanently.
• Unplug the mains cord from the power
connector at the back of the TV. Always
pull the mains cord by the plug. Do not
pull the mains cord.
• Permanent hearing loss can occur if you use
earphones or headphones at high volumes.
Though high volume may sound normal
over time, it can damage your hearing. To
protect your hearing, limit the amount of
time you use earphones or headphones at
high volume.
1.2 Screen care
• Turn off and unplug the mains cord before
cleaning the screen. Clean the screen with a
soft, dry cloth. Do not use substances such
as household cleaning agents as these may
damage the screen.
• Where possible, avoid stationary images
that remain on-screen for extended periods
of time. Examples include screen menus,
teletext pages, black bars or stock market
tickers. If you must use stationary images,
reduce the screen contrast and brightness
to avoid screen damage.
1.3 Environmental care
Recycling your packaging
The packaging of this product is intended to
be recycled. Contact your local authorities for
information on how to recycle the packaging.
Disposing your used product
Your product is manufactured with high-quality
materials and components that can be recycled
and reused. When you see the crossed-out
wheel bin symbol attached to a product, it
means the product is covered by the European
Directive 2002/96/EC:
Do not dispose your used product with
household waste. Ask your dealer for
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EN
information on how to safely dispose of the
product. Uncontrolled waste disposal harms
both the environment and human health.
Disposing used batteries
The supplied batteries do not contain
mercury or cadmium. Dispose supplied and all
other used batteries according to your local
regulations.
Power consumption
The TV consumes minimal energy in standby
mode to minimise environmental impact. Active
power consumption is displayed at the back of
the TV.
For more product specifications, see the
product leaflet at www.philips.com/support.
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2.
Your TV
This section gives you an overview of
commonly-used TV controls and functions.
For headphones or stereo earphones.
• 2. TV (75Ω)
TV antenna
2.1 TV overview
• 3. EXT 3 - S-VIDEO socket (input)
Side controls and indicators
4
3
2
1
5
1. POWER
2. PROGRAM +/3. MENU
4. VOLUME +/5. Standby indicator / Remote control sensor
2.2 Back connectors
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• 1. Earphone sockets (input)
Provides better picture quality than the
regular video socket. The S-Video cable
carries only picture signals, not sound.
Connect the left and right audio cables to
the AUDIO L and R sockets.
• 4. EXT 2 - CVBS/YPbPr component
sockets (input)
For DVD players. Remember to connect
the left and right audio cables to the
AUDIO L and R sockets because the
component cables carry only the picture
signal, not the sound.
• 5. EXT 1 - SCART (input-output)
For a range of equipment, including video
recorders, camcorders (VHS, 8 mm or
Hi 8 format), decoders, satellite receivers,
DVD players, games consoles or devices
producing an RGB signal.
• 6. VGA (PC) socket (input)
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For a computer. To display images using the
equipment connected, press the SOURCE
button on the remote control: once to
select EXT 1, twice to select EXT 2,
etc. For some equipment (connected to
the SCART socket), this selection is done
automatically.
• 7. HDMI (input)
HDMI input connectors for Blu-ray Disc
players, digital receivers, game consoles and
other high-definition devices.
DDNotes
Do not connect a device supplying analogue
RGB signals to this socket. The HDMI
socket is compatible with HDCP format.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
•
8.VGA AUDIO sockets (input)
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2.3 Remote control
This section describes the remote control.
1. POWER
Switches the TV on from standby or back to
standby.
2. SOURCE
Selects connected devices.
3. PICTURE FORMAT
Selects a picture format.
4. DUAL I-II
Function not available.
5. COLOUR KEYS
Selects tasks or teletext pages.
6. INFO
Displays program information, if available.
7. OK
Accesses the All programs menu or activates
a setting.
8. Î ï Í Æ
Cursor keys to navigate the menu.
9. EXIT
Exit a menu.
10. PROGRAM (P) +/Switches to the next or previous program.
11. NUMBER KEYS
Selects a program, page or setting.
12. PREVIOUS PROGRAM
Returns to the previously-viewed program.
13. PROGRAM LIST
Displays the list of programs.
14. MUTE
Mutes or restores sound.
)+/15. VOLUME (
Increases or decreases volume.
18. TELETEXT
Toggles teletext on or off.
19. DUAL SCREEN
Function not available.
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16. MENU
Toggles the menu on or off.
17. SMART MODE
Toggles between smart picture and sound
settings.
Get started
This section helps you position and install the
TV and supplements the information provided
in the Quick Start Guide.
DDNote
Refer to the Quick Start Guide for stand
mounting instructions.
3.1 Position the TV
In addition to reading and understanding the
safety instructions in Section 1.1, consider the
following before positioning your TV:
• The ideal viewing distance for watching TV
is three times its screen size.
TV
screen
size
(inches/
cm)
VESAcompatible
wall bracket
type
(millimeters)
Special
instructions
19”/48cm
Adjustable
100 x 100
None
20”/51cm
22”/56cm
26”/66cm
Adjustable
100 x 200
Step 2 Connect cables
Connect the antenna cable, mains cord and
all other devices to the back of the TV as
described in the following sections.
• Position the TV where light does not fall on
the screen.
Step 3 Secure the VESA-compatible wall
bracket to the TV
• Connect your devices before you position
your TV.
BBWARNING
Only use the bolts (M4 for all 19 inch,
20 inch, 22inch and 26 inch models) and
spacers to secure the VESA-compatible wall
bracket to your TV.
The bolts are designed to match the weight
of your TV; spacers are designed for easy
cable management.
3.2 Wall mount the TV
BBWARNING
Wall mounting of the TV should only
be performed by qualified installers.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no
responsibility for improper mounting that
results in accident or injury.
Step 1 Purchase a VESA-compatible wall
bracket
Depending on the size of your TV screen,
purchase one of the following wall brackets:
DDNote
Depending on your VESA-compatible wall
bracket, you may need to separate the
mounting plate from the wall bracket for
easier installation. Refer to your VESAcompatible wall bracket documentation for
instructions.
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3.
3.3 Connect the antenna cable
Connect the outside antenna or cable network
to the TV (75Ω) socket at the back of the TV
set.
BBWarning: Your TV set must be connected
to an AC supply, not to a DC supply. If the
plug is detached from the cable, do not,
under any circumstances, connect it to a
mains socket, because there is a risk of
electric shock.
DDNote
The picture is for illustration only. The
location of the mains connector varies
according to TV model.
3.5 Insert remote control
batteries
1. Slide the battery cover off the back of the
remote control.
The antenna socket (75 OHM - VHF / UHF /
cable) can be used for connecting an external
antenna or other equipment fitted with a
modulator (video recorder, satellite receiver,
etc.).
2. Insert the two supplied batteries (Size AAA,
Type LR03). Be sure the + and - ends of the
batteries line up with the markings inside
the case.
We recommend that you do not connect other
equipment (video recorder, satellite receiver,
etc.) to your TV set to begin with, so as not
to complicate the set-up procedure with the
additional steps involved. Connect them when
you have finished setting up the programs.
3.4 Connect the mains cord
3. Slide the cover back into position.
Connect the power cable to a mains socket.
Precautions on using batteries:
• Use only the specified type of battery.
• Do not mix new and used batteries.
• Do not use rechargeable batteries.
• Do not expose batteries to excessive heat,
throw them in a fire, recharge them or try
to open them. This could cause them to
leak or explode.
• Remove the batteries from the remote
control if you are not using it for a long
period of time.
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3.6 Switch on/off or to standby
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The first time you switch on the TV, check that
the mains cord is properly connected. When
ready, turn on the mains (if mains switch is
available), then press POWER on the side of
the TV.
Switch on the TV from standby
• If the standby indicator is on (red), press .
POWER on the remote control.
Switch your TV to standby
• Press . POWER on the remote control.
The TV set remains powered up, but with
low energy consumption.
Switch off your TV
• Press POWER on the side of the TV.
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4.
Install programs
4.1 Initial set-up
The first time you switch the television on,
the Installation menu appears. The Country
option is highlighted.
Installation
Language
Country
Automatic search
English...
UK...
...
4.2 Rearrange programs
The Rearrange menu allows you to change
the order of the programs, name or rename
programs, delete programs, and set a list of
favourite programs.
Follow the instructions at the bottom of the
screen.
Rearrange
Return
Select progarm
Swap with program
Program name
Delete program
Favourite program
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02
Enter program number: Digit keys.
1. Press Í or Æ to select a country. Select the
country you are in, or the country whose
programs you want to receive if you live
near its borders.
2. Press Î and then Í or Æ to select a
language.
3. Press ï to select Automatic search.
4. Press OK to start the search.
The Auto installation menu appears and
progress bars are shown.
DDNote
The automatic set-up process takes several
minutes. Do not close the menu until you
see a message saying that the set-up is
complete.
5. To name or rename programs or to
delete programs, press OK and go to the
following procedures. Otherwise, press
EXIT to exit.
Access the Rearrange menu
1. Press MENU and select Installation >
Rearrange.
Swap a program number
1. Select the Select program option from
the Rearrange menu.
2. Press P +/-, Í and Æ, or the numeric
buttons to display the number of the
program to be moved.
3. Press Î or ï to select the Swap with
program option.
4. Press P +/-, Í and Æ, or the numeric
buttons to enter the number you want to
assign the program to.
5. Press OK.
Change a program name
1. Select the Select program option from
the Rearrange menu.
2. Press P +/-, Í and Æ, or the numeric
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• Press Í or Æ to select a character
space.
• Press Î and ï to select a letter, number
or symbol.
• Press Æ to go to the next character.
A name can have a maximum of six
characters.
• Press OK to confirm.
Delete a program
4.3 Auto install programs
After initial set-up, you can search and store all
active programmes in one operation.
1. Press MENU and select Installation >
Auto installation.
2. Press OK to enter Country.
Installation
Return
Auto installation
Manual installation
Rearrange
Input settings
Preferences
...
...
...
...
...
1. Select the Select program option from
the Rearrange menu.
2. Press P +/-, Í and Æ, or the numeric
buttons to display the number of the
program to delete.
3. Select Delete program and press OK.
Define a list of favourite programs
1. Select the Select program option from
the Rearrange menu.
2. Press P +/-, Í and Æ, or the numeric
buttons to display the number of the
program you want to select as favourite.
3. Select Favourite program and press OK.
You can define up to six favourite programs.
4. Press EXIT to close the menu.
DDNote
To search for missing programs, select
Other instead of Country.
3. Press Î ,ï, Í or Æ to select the
country you are in, or the country whose
programmes you want to receive if you live
near its borders.
4. Press OK to confirm.
The Auto installation menu appears.
5. Select Automatic search and press OK
to start the automatic search.
DDNote
Automatic search takes several minutes.
6. When the automatic set-up is complete,
press OK to review the programmes or
press EXIT to quit.
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buttons to display the number of the
program whose name you want to change.
4.4 Manually install programs
Programs that were not stored during the initial
set-up can be installed manually. This might be
necessary if you are setting up cable network
programs.
Access the Manual installation menu
1. Press MENU and select Installation >
Manual installation.
Manually install programs
1. Select the Standard menu from the
Manual installation.
2. Press Í or Æ to select the standard for
your country.
• Press Í or Æ to select a character
space.
• Press Î and ï to select a letter, number
or symbol.
• Press Æ to go to the next character.
• Press OK to confirm.
7. If the program is encoded you can connect
a decoder to the EXT 1 socket. Select the
Decoder option and press OK, or press Í
or Æ to check the box.
8. Select the Teletext char. set option and
press Í or Æ to choose the character set
to use for Teletext on this program.
The following character sets are available:
• Western Europe
Manual installation
Return
Standard
UK...
Reception
Cable...
Frequency
057.12 Mhz
Program search
CC02
Fine tuning
Store on number
02
Program name
CC02
Decoder
1
Teletext char.set
Choose your standard, then select reception.
3. Select Reception and press Í or Æ
to select the reception method for the
programs (antenna or cable network).
4. Select Program search and press Í or
Æ to select the reception program. When
a program has been found, the picture is
displayed. The frequency of the current
programs displays under the Frequency
option.
5. If the picture is not clear, adjust the setting.
Select Fine tuning and press Í or Æ to
adjust the tuning.
6. Select Program name and edit the name
as follows:
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• Eastern Europe
• Greek
• Russian - Bulgarian
• Russian - Ukrainian
• Russian - Byelorussian
• Arabic
9. Select the Store on number option and
press the number keys to enter the number
assigned to the program (for instance, for
BBC1 type 01).
Press OK.
DDNote: Whenever you change a value in the
Manual installation menu, the Store on
number option starts flashing. To confirm
your change, select the Store on number
option and press OK. If you do not confirm
the change, it is cancelled when you change
programs or put the TV in standby.
10. Repeat the procedure to find other
programs.
DDNote
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• For cable networks, to search for missing
programs, select the Other option instead
of a country from the country list. Then
select Automatic update in the Auto
installation menu.
• For subsequent set-up:
• The Automatic update function
allows you to set up programs just
launched or any programs that are
missing or wrongly set up.
• The Automatic search function is
used for setting up programs after the
initial set-up (e.g. after moving house).
This process deletes all programs
previously stored. To set up a new
program, it is better to use Automatic
update or Manual installation.
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5.
Use your TV
5.1 Switch programs
• Press a number (1 to 99) or press P +/- on
your remote control.
• Press PROGRAM +/- on the side controls
of the TV.
5.2 Access your favourite
programs
For information about how to define a list of
favourite programs, see Define a list of favourite
programs.
Access favourite programs by pressing P +/- on
the remote control.
1. Press SMART MODE on the remote
control.
2. Select the PR+/PR- keys option.
3. Press Í or Æ to select Favourites.
To cancel this option, select All programs in
the PR+/PR- keys option.
DDNote:
You can select programs that are not in
your list by pressing the number keys on
the remote control or the PROGRAM +/buttons on the TV.
5.3 Access AV programs
• Press the SOURCE button on the remote
control to toggle through the audio-visual
programs. Select from: TV, EXT 1,
EXT 2-CVBS, EXT 3, EXT 2-YPbPr,
HDMI, PC.
5.4 Adjust volume
• Press
+ or - on the remote control.
• Press VOLUME + or - on the side
controls of your TV.
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• Press MUTE on the remote control to
mute the sound. Press MUTE again to
unmute on the sound.
5.5 Display status information
In TV mode, press the INFO button on the
remote control to display the number and name
of the program, the time, the type of sound and
picture size. If the Turn-off timer is set, a
symbol indicates the time remaining until the TV
set is switched off.
In PC mode, press the INFO button on the
remote control to display the time, the type of
sound and the picture size, as well as the source
of the signal being received, and the resolution.
If the Turn-off timer is set, a symbol indicates
the time remaining until the TV set is switched
off.
When you switch the TV set on or change
programs, the program number and name are
displayed.
DDNote
If you activate the Program number
function in the Preferences menu, the
program number is displayed permanently.
5.6 Display a list of programs
1. Press PROGRAM LIST on the remote
control to display the list of programs.
The program list contains up to 11 pages
and shows the name and number of every
program. The last page contains devices
connected to the AV connectors.
The list appears on the page featuring the
TV program or AV program that you are
currently watching. The TV program or AV
program you are watching is indicated by a
symbol.
2. Press Î or ï select the program and press
OK.
3. Press Í or Æ to scroll through the pages.
4. Press EXIT to close the menu.
Use more of your TV
6.1 Adjust sound settings
Access the sound menu
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Sound.
The Sound menu appears.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Sound.
2. Select Tone control and press OK to
display the menu.
You can select a predefined setting and
choose your own settings by using the
graphic equalizer. It offers the following
options:
Tone control
Sound
Return
Tone control
Sound type
Balance
Incredible Surround
Auto Volume Level
Adjust tone
...
Mono...
Return
Smart Sound
Frequency range
Personal...
100Hz ...
Off...
Off...
2. Press EXIT to close the menu.
3. Select Return and press OK to return to
the Overview menu.
Description of sound options
• Tone control: Accesses the Tone control
menu (for more information, see below).
• Sound type: Press Í or Æ to select a
sound type from the list.
Use Smart Sound
1. Press Í or Æ to select a setting from the
list for the programs you are watching:
Personal/Speech/Music/Movie/
Multimedia.
The Personal setting stores your graphic
equalizer settings.
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The options available depend on the
program you are watching.
You can access a list of preset sound settings
directly by pressing the SMART MODE
button on the remote control, selecting the
Smart Sound option and choosing one of the
preset settings from the list. Your selection is
applied to all programs.
• Balance: Press Í or Æ to balance the
sound between the left and right speakers.
Adjust the frequency range
• Incredible Surround: Adds greater depth
and dimension to TV sound. Press Í or Æ
to select an option from the list.
• Auto Volume Level: Keeps the same
sound level for all programs. Press Í or Æ
to select an option from the list.
The graphic equalizer has five frequency bands.
Adjust each band in turn.
1. Press MENU on the remote control
and select Overview > Sound > Tone
control > Frequency range.
2. Press Í or Æ to select a frequency band.
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3. Press Î and ï to adjust each band.
4. Repeat for the other frequency bands.
5. Press OK to confirm.
DDNote
When you are setting the graphical
equalizer, Personal appears under the
Smart Sound option and your settings are
stored as your new personal settings.
6.2 Adjust picture settings
Adjust picture settings according to your
preferences, the type of program you are
watching and the ambient lighting. When you
adjust a setting the selected option is displayed
allowing you to see the changes on screen. The
entire menu is displayed again when you select
another option or when the time for making
the adjustment has elapsed.
list for the programs you are watching:
Personal/Vivid/Standard/Movie/Power
saver. Personal contains the values you
have defined for Brightness, Colour,
Contrast, and Sharpness.
You can access the list of preset picture
settings directly by pressing the SMART
MODE button on the remote control.
Select the Smart Picture option and
choose one of the preset settings from the
list. Your selection is applied to all programs.
You must select a preset setting for each
AV program.
DDNote
Smart mode is not available for VGA(PC)
mode.
• Brightness, Colour, Contrast, Tone,
Sharpness: Press Í or Æ to adjust these
settings.
Access the picture menu
• Noise reduction: Improves the quality of
the picture in poor reception. Press Í or Æ
to select an option from the list.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Picture.
• Other settings: Accesses the Other
settings menu (more details below).
The Picture menu appears.
Picture
Return
Smart Picture
Brightness
Colour
Contrast
Tone
Sharpness
Noise reduction
Other settings
Personal...
Normal...
Low...
...
2. Press EXIT to close the menu.
3. Select Return and press OK to return to
the Overview menu.
Description of picture options
• Smart Picture:
Press Í or Æ to select a setting from the
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In VGA mode you can access a number of
specific functions:
• Auto-adjustment: Press OK to
automatically adjust the following
functions: Phase, Clock, Vertical
position and Horizontal position.
• Phase, Clock: Press Í or Æ to adjust
these settings in order to enhance
picture quality.
• Vertical position: Press Í or Æ to
move the picture vertically on the
screen.
• Horizontal position: Press Í or Æ to
move the picture horizontally on the
screen.
• Dynamic Contrast: Press Í or Æ to
select On or Off.
Picture
Return
Brightness
Contrast
Tone
Auto-adjustment
Phase
Clock
Vertical position
Horizontal position
Other settings
Normal...
...
...
• NTSC tint: Press Í or Æ to adjust the
picture tint.
DDNote
This function is only available for NTSC
audio-visual sources.
Other picture settings
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Picture > Other
settings.
The Other settings menu appears.
Other settings
Return
Film mode
Dynamic Contrast
NTSC tint
Automatic format
DDNote
This function is not available for VGA (PC)
mode.
• Automatic format: automatically applies
the appropriate format to the picture.
Check the box by pressing OK, or press Í
or Æ to enable this function.
DDNote
This function is only available for certain
audio-visual sources.
Not available on all TV models.
Automatic...
Off...
2. Press EXIT to close the menu.
3. Select Return and press OK to return to
the Picture menu.
Description of the Other settings options
• Film mode: Detects when films are being
broadcast and enhances picture quality
for films. Press Í or Æ to select an option
from the list.
DDNote
The Automatic option is selected by
default. This function is only available for
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certain audio-visual sources.
6.3 Set the clock and timers
Program a turn-off timer
You can set the time on your TV and program
an automatic turn-off or wake-up timer.
You can set a time at which the TV goes into
standby mode or a delay after which the TV
goes into standby mode.
Set the time
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Features >Time.
The Time menu appears.
2. Select the Time reference option.
Set delay after which the TV goes into
standby mode
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview >Features > Time >
Sleep timer.
The Sleep timer menu appears.
Time
Return
Sleep timer
Time reference
Time
Wake up timer
Wake up time
Wake up program
Turn off timer
Turn off time
0 0 :4 5
-1 2 :0 7
Once...
1 1 :1 2
3
Once...
1 1 :1 1
Time
Return
Sleep timer
Time reference
Time
Wake up timer
Wake up time
Wake up program
Turn off timer
Turn off time
0 0 :4 5
-1 2 :0 7
Once...
1 1 :1 2
3
Once...
1 1 :1 1
3. Set the time in one of the following ways.
• From a teletext program:
Switch to a program that displays
Teletext. If the time is available on the
program, the time is displayed in a
couple of seconds.
• Manually:
Select the Time option and press Í or
Æ to enter the current time. The setting
- - appears under the Time reference
option.
DDNote
If the power supply is cut off (the TV set
is unplugged or there is an electrical fault),
the time is lost if it has been entered
manually.You need to enter it again. Consult
a program which has this information to
check that it is correct.
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2. Press Í or Æ to set the delay after which
the TV set automatically goes into standby
mode. (4 hours maximum, at 5-minute
intervals.)
3. To disable this function, select Off.
Set a time at which the TV goes into
standby mode
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Features >Time >
Turn off timer.
2. Press Í or Æ to choose Once or Daily.
Select Off to disable this function.
3. Select Turn off time.
4. Press Í, Æ or the numeric keys to enter
the time at which you want the TV set to
go into standby mode.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Overview > Features >Time >
Wake up timer.
2. Press Í or Æ to choose Once or Daily.
Select Off to disable this function.
You can set a PIN code and restrict access to
the TV in the following way:
• Prevent access to TV programs and/or AV
programs.
• Prevent modification of turn-off and wakeup timers.
• Prevent access to the installation menu to
prevent any programs from being set up
without your consent.
Time
Return
Sleep timer
Time reference
Time
Wake up timer
Wake up time
Wake up program
Turn off timer
Turn off time
6.4 Use parental control
0 0 :4 5
-1 2 :0 7
Once...
1 1 :1 2
3
Once...
1 1 :1 1
Access the Parental control menu
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control.
Define a PIN code
3. Select Wake up timer.
4. Press Í, Æ or the numeric keys to enter
the time at which you want the TV to turn
on from standby.
5. Select Wake up program.
6. Press Í, Æ or the numeric keys to enter
the number of the program to wake up on.
7. Press EXIT to close the menu.
8. Press the POWER button on the remote
control to put the TV into standby mode.
The TV automatically comes on at the
programmed time if you do not interrupt
it by using the remote control. Once the
TV is on:
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control >
PIN code.
2. Press the numeric keys on the remote
control to enter a 4-digit code. The
numbers are replaced by asterisks on
screen.
Parental control
Return
Select program
Lock program
Lock front panel
Lock time
Lock installation
PIN code
----
Define a PIN code: Digit keys.
• you can use all its functions as normal;
• you can put the TV into standby mode.
In this case, the Wake up timer
function is disabled for the relevant day;
• if the program selected from the menu
is locked, you need to enter your code
to access it.
3. Enter the code again to confirm it.
DDNote
Choose a code that you can easily
remember.
DDNote
When a parental control function is enabled,
you must enter your PIN code to access
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Program a wake-up timer
the Parental control menu.
Reset your PIN code
You can use the master code 0711 to
reset your PIN code.
DDNote
This function is only available if a PIN code
has been defined. You need the remote
control to be able to use the television.
Parental control
Lock a TV program or AV prgram
DDNote
This function is only available if a PIN code
has been defined. To watch a TV program or
AV program which is locked, try accessing
it and follow the procedure on the screen.
The lock is applied again when you put the
television in standby.
Return
Select program
Lock program
Lock front panel
Lock time
Lock installation
PIN code
02
----
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control >
Select program.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control >
Lock front panel.
2. Press Í, Æ or the numeric keys to select
the TV program to be locked. Press Í or
Æ to access the AV programs.
2. Press Í or Æ to check the box.
Parental control
Return
Select program
Lock program
Lock front panel
Lock time
Lock installation
PIN code
To unlock the buttons:
• Go to the Parental control menu by
entering your code.
• Select the Lock front panel option.
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• Press Í or Æ to uncheck the box.
• Press EXIT to close the menu.
----
3. Press Í or Æ to check the box under the
Lock program option.
To unlock a TV programor AV program:
Lock the Time menu
DDNote
This function is only available if a code has
been defined. When this function is active
you need to enter your PIN code to be able
to access the Time menu.
• Go to the Parental control menu by
entering your code.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control >
Lock time.
• Select the Lock program option.
2. Press Í or Æ to check the box.
• Press Í or Æ to uncheck the box.
• Press EXIT to close the menu.
Lock the buttons on the TV
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Parental control
Return
Select program
Lock program
Lock front panel
Lock time
Lock installation
PIN code
• Select the Lock installation option.
02
• Press Í or Æ to uncheck the box.
• Press EXIT to close the menu.
----
To unlock the Time menu:
• Go to the Parental control menu by
entering your PIN code.
• Select the Lock time option.
• Press Í or Æ to uncheck the box.
• Press EXIT to close the menu.
Lock the Installation menu
DDNotes
This function is only available if a code has
been defined. When this function is active
you need to enter your PIN code to be able
to access the Installation menu.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Features > Parental control >
Lock installation.
2. Press Í or Æ to check the box.
Parental control
Return
Select program
Lock program
Lock front panel
Lock time
Lock installation
PIN code
02
----
To unlock the Installation menu:
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• Go to the Parental control menu by
entering your code.
6.5 Customize your TV
Set preferences
When preferences are configured, they remain
in operation until they are reconfigured.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Installation > Preferences.
The Preferences menu appears.
does not receive any signal on the selected
program. To enable the mode, press Í, Æ or
OK to check the box.
Configure AV sockets
You can configure your TV according to the
equipment you connect to it.
1. Press MENU on the remote control and
select Installation > Input settings.
The Input settings menu appears.
Preferences
Return
Program number
Language
Maximum TV volume
Power Savings Mode
English...
Display program number permanently or not.
Tick the box: </> keys.
Input settings
Return
EXT 1 name
EXT 1 video input
EXT 2-CVBS name
EXT 3 name
EXT 2-YPbPr name
HDMI name
PC name
EXT 1
CVBS...
EXT 2
EXT 3
EXT 2
HDMI
PC
Select the name of the device connected
2. Press EXIT to close the menu.
3. Select Return and press OK to return to
the Installation menu.
Description of preferences
• Program number: Permanently displays
the number of the program being watched.
To enable the function, press Í, Æ or OK
to check the box.
• Language: Press Í or Æ to select the
menu language.
DDNote
When you select a language, it is applied to
the menus immediately.
• Maximum TV volume: Sets the
maximum volume. Press Í or Æ to set the
volume. To hear the level that you have just
set, press the OK button and hold it for a
few seconds.
• Power Savings Mode: When this mode
is active the TV set automatically goes
into standby mode after ten minutes if it
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Use the messages on screen and the following
instructions to configure the AV sockets.
• EXT 1 name:
If required, change the name as follows:
• Press Æ to select EXT 1_ _ _ .
• Press Î and ï to select a letter, number
or symbol.
• Press Æ to go to the next character.
• Repeat the above steps until the name
is set.
• Press OK to confirm.
• EXT 1 video input: Press Í or Æ to
select the type of video signal transmitted
by the equipment connected to the
EXT 1 socket. Select RGB if no picture
is displayed when you connect a games
console.
2. To select a page with the remote control:
• Enter the page number with the number
keys.
• EXT 3 name: If required, change the
name as described for EXT1 name.
Replace EXT 1_ _ _ with EXT 3_ _ _.
• Press P +/- to view the next or the
previous page.
• EXT 2-YPbPr name: If required, change
the name as described for EXT 1 name.
Replace EXT 1_ _ _ with EXT 2_ _ _.
• Press a colour key to select one of the
colour coded items at the bottom of the
screen.
• HDMI name: If required, change the name
as described for EXT 1 name. Replace
EXT 1_ _ _ with HDMI_ _ _.
3. Press TELETEXT again to switch off
Teletext.
• PC name: If required, change the name as
described for EXT 1 name. Replace
EXT 1_ _ _ with PC_ _ _.
Select Teletext subpages
• Press EXIT to close the menu. Select
Return and press OK to return to the
Installation menu.
6.6 Use Teletext
Teletext is available in many countries under
a variety of names (TOP Text, Fastext, FLOF
text, Videotext). Teletext is provided as a free
service by television broadcasters. This service
provides a real wealth of information, available
at any time, on weather, sports results, news,
games, etc. The information is presented in
pages or organized in topics specified in colour
on the screen. You can access this information
by simply pressing the colour buttons on the
remote control.
A teletext page can hold several subpages. If
the current page includes subpages, the page
number is displayed in green.
1. Press TELETEXT on the remote control.
2. Select a teletext page.
3. Press Í or Æ to enter the subpage direct
access mode. The display looks like this:
185 0001.
4. Key in the 4-digit number (e.g. 0003) to
enter the subpage.
5. Or press P +/- to step through all the
subpages.
Navigate Teletext pages
In the navigator, press Î and ï to select one of
the following functions:
DDNote
For 20 inch models, press MENU in TXT
mode to activate the following four icons.
SOURCE
TELETEXT
DUAL I-II
SMART
Access Teletext
1. Press the TELETEXT button on the
remote control. The main index page
appears.
• Stop
Information is spread over several subpages,
displayed one after the other. To stop
subpage scrolling, select STOP and press
OK. Press OK again to restart scrolling
If you select STOP and the symbol
changes colour, there are no subpages.
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• EXT 2-CVBS name: If required, change
the name as described for EXT1 name.
Replace EXT 1_ _ _ with EXT 2_ _ _.
• Hidden answers
To reveal a hidden answer (for example, in
games), select ? and press OK.
- Press OK again to hide the answer.
- Press C, the ? icon is replaced with a
C in the navigator. Then press Í or Æ to
select the character set (See page 14 for all
available character set).
• Zoom
Select
and press OK: once to zoom
in on the top part of the screen, twice to
zoom in on the bottom part of the screen,
three times to return to normal display.
• Mixed display
Select
and press the OK. Teletext is
displayed in the right half of the screen only.
Press the TELETEXT button to toggle
between full screen and mixed display.
Other Teletext functions
• Newsflash
When a newsflash is detected, the
icon is replaced with a N in the navigator.
Select it and press OK to display the
newsflash. In the case of an update, the
Teletext function is enabled and displays the
new information.
• Subtitles
Some programs provide subtitles. The
number of the relevant pages is specified
on the Teletext index page.
To display subtitles, enable Teletext and key
in the page number that is displaying the
subtitles. When the page is found, subtitles
appear in the TV picture. The navigator
disappears after a couple of seconds. To
display it again, press TELETEXT.
• Alarm page
In some countries (Spain, Benelux, etc.) you
can set a time to display certain Teletext
alarm pages.
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To do this, display the relevant alarm
page and enter subpage mode. Enter the
time instead of the subpage number (e.g.
1705 for 17:05) and press EXIT. The
page disappears and appears again at the
set time, as long as you do not change
programs or switch off the TV beforehand.
• Direct access
The yellow and blue buttons on the remote
control give direct access to pages whose
numbers are displayed in yellow and blue at
the bottom of the screen.
• Fastext (FLOF)
A band displayed at the bottom of the
screen in Fastext teletext is divided into
coloured sections. The colours represent
links to the topics. Press the colour button
on the remote control to access the topic.
• TOPtext
TOPtext displays a yellow and blue bar
at the bottom of the page. The blue bar
displays a topic you can access directly by
pressing the blue button. The next topic will
then appear in the blue section.
The yellow section displays an article you
can access directly by pressing the yellow
button. The next article will then appear in
the yellow section.
Press EXIT to quit Teletext.
Technical
specifications
Supported display resolutions
• Computer formats
Resolution
Refresh rate
640 x 480
60Hz
800 x 600
60Hz
1024 x 768
60Hz
DDNote
Model 20PFL3403 supports the format
640x480 60Hz only.
Connections
• Headphone out (stereo mini-jack)
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• TV ANTENNA
• EXT 3: S-VIDEO
• EXT 2: YPbPr/CVBS, Audio L/R in.
• EXT 1 (SCART): Audio L/R, CVBS in/out, .
RGB
• VGA (PC)
• HDMI
• VGA AUDIO: Mini-jack audio in.
Power
• Video formats
Resolution
480i
480p
576i
576p
720p
1080i
Refresh rate
60Hz
60Hz
50Hz
50Hz
50Hz, 60Hz
50Hz, 60Hz
• Mains power: AC 100-240V (±10%).
• Power and standby power consumption:
See technical specifications at www.philips.
com
• Ambient temperature: 5ºC - 35ºC.
DDNote
Model 20PFL3403 supports the format 480i
60Hz, 480p 60Hz, 576i 50Hz and 576p
50Hz only.
Tuner / Reception / Transmission
• Antenna input: 75ohm coaxial (IEC75).
• TV system: PAL BG, D/K, I
SECAM L’/L
Remote control
• Batteries: 2 x AAA size (LR03 type)
Specifications are subject to change without notice. For detailed specifications of this product go to
www.philips.com/support.
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8.
Troubleshooting
Some problems you encounter with your TV
can be corrected by consulting the following
list.
No picture, no sound
1. Check if the fuse or circuit breaker is
working.
2. Plug another electrical device into the
outlet to make sure it is working or turned
on.
3. Power plug is in a bad contact with the
outlet.
4. Check the signal source.
No colour
1. Change the colour system.
2. Adjust the saturation.
3. Try another program. Black-white program
may be received.
Remote control does not work
1. Change the batteries.
• Usually caused by local interference such as
cars, daylight lamps and hair driers. Adjust
the antenna to minimize the interference.
Blank screen in VGA(PC) mode
• Perhaps the TV can not recognize the
resolution set by the PC. Change to
the best resolution or other standard
resolutions of the PC system.
• Check the connections.
Snowy dots and interference
• If the antenna is located in the fringe area
of a television signal where the signal is
weak, the picture may be marred by dots.
When the signal is extremely weak, it may
be necessary to install a special antenna to
improve the reception.
• Adjust the position and orientation of
the indoor/outdoor antenna.
• Check the connection of antenna.
• Fine tune the program.
• Try another program. Broadcasting
failure may happen.
2. Batteries are not installed correctly.
Ignition
3. Main power is not connected.
• Black spots or horizontal streaks appear, or
the picture flutters or drifts. This is usually
caused by interference from car ignition
system, neon lamps, electric drills, or other
electrical appliance.
No picture, normal sound
1. Adjust the brightness and contrast.
2. Broadcasting failure may happen.
Normal picture, no sound
1. Press the VOLUME + button to increase
volume.
2. Volume is set to mute, press MUTE to
restore sound.
3. Change the sound system.
4. Broadcasting failure may happen.
Ripples on the picture
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Ghost
• Ghosts are caused by the television signal
following two paths. One is the direct path,
the other is reflected from tall buildings,
hills, or other objects. Changing the
direction or position of the antenna may
improve the reception.
Radio frequency interference
• This interference produces moving ripples
or diagonal streaks, and in some case, loss
of contrast in the picture. Find out and
remove the radio interference source.
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