Cadillac 2007 DTS Automobile User Manual

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Contents
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Get started
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TV Tour
Important
Position the TV
Product highlights
Access more information
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Use your TV
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Overview
TV controls and indicators
Remote control
Basic TV menus
Watch TV
Watch a connected device
Use Ambilight
Enjoy Net TV
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Use more of your TV
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Favorite channels
Use EPG
Display Closed caption text
Use timers, locks and subtitles
Access multimedia
Use Scenea
Universal access
Access DTVi applications
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Setup the TV
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Change picture and sound settings
Change channel settings
Install channels
Setup network
Change other settings
Update software
Reinstall the TV
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Connect the TV
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First connections
About cables
TV connectors overview
Connect devices
Connect more devices
Use Philips EasyLink
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Troubleshooting
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Contact us
General TV issues
TV channel issues
Picture issues
Sound issues
HDMI connection issues
USB connection issues
Network connection issues
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Technical data
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Overview
Power and reception
Display and sound
Display resolutions
Multimedia
Connectivity
Dimensions
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Index
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1 Get started
TV Tour
The remote control
To open or close the Home menu
.
In the Home menu, you can access
connected devices, picture and sound
settings, and other useful features.
To adjust the volume.
To open or close the Browse menu
To switch TV channels.
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In the Browse menu, you can access
Teletext, the channel list, or the electronic
Program Guide (EPG)*.
*EPG is not available in all countries.
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To open or close the Experience menu
In the Experience menu, you can access a
range of frequently used settings.
To open or close the Options menu
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Options menus offer convenient settings
related to what is on-screen.
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Back
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To return to the previous TV channel or
menu. Press and hold to return to watching
TV.
Red
To select the red option, access digital
Interactive TV services*, or watch TV
demonstration clips.
*Available on certain models only.
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Green
Blue
To select the green option or the
energy-efficient settings.
To select the blue option or to open the
Widgets*.
*Available on certain models only.
Read more about the remote control in
Help > Use your TV > Remote control >
Overview (Page 13).
Alternatively, find the answer in Search for...
Press
to select the next TV tour.
The TV menus
Yellow
To select the yellow option.
Let's learn more about these frequently used
menus:
 the Home menu
 the Browse menu
 the Options menu
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the Experience menu
In the Home menu , you can select the
source to watch, such as a TV channel, or
movies from a connected DVD player or
USB flash drive. You can also add a new
device or access the [Setup] menu for more
settings.
In the Browse Menu , you can access
Teletext, the channel list, or the electronic
Program Guide (EPG)*.
*EPG is not available in all countries.
In the Options menu , you can select
settings related to what is shown on screen.
For example, while you watch a channel, you
can mark it as a favorite.
In the Experience menu , you can quickly
adjust Ambilight*, picture, and sound
settings.
You can select the ideal picture setting for
movies, games, or music. Or you can change
the picture format of the on-screen image.
You can even change the surround settings
for the TV speakers.
*Available on certain models only.
You can also find the answer in Search for...
Press
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to select the next TV tour.
The HDMI connection offers the best
picture and sound quality.
If you connect a device to this TV, access the
Home menu to add it.
Press
> [Add your devices], then follow
the on-screen instructions. Ensure that you
select the correct TV connector which the
device is connected to. Read more in Help >
Use your TV > Basic TV Menus > Add
your devices (Page 16).
If you connect an EasyLink (HDMI-CEC)
compliant device to the TV, it is
automatically added to the Home menu.
Access the Home menu and select the
newly added device icon. Read more in Help
> Connect the TV> Use Philips EasyLink
(Page 49).
Connect DVD players, Blu-ray Disc players,
or game consoles through HDMI.
In Help > Connect the TV (Page 38), you can learn to connect the most common devices through
illustrations, for example:
High Definition TV
You can watch High Definition (HD)
programs in HD picture quality.
If you watch non-HD programs, the picture
quality will be similar to non-HD TVs.
Your TV can display HD video content from:
 a Blu-ray disc player, connected with a
HDMI cable, playing a Blu-ray disc
 an upscaling DVD player, connected
with a HDMI cable, playing a DVD disc
 an over-the-air HD broadcaster (DVB-T
MPEG4)
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a digital HD receiver, connected with an
HDMI cable, playing HD content from a
cable or satellite operator
a HD channel on your DVB-C network
a HD game console (for example,
X-Box 360 or PlayStation 3), connected
with an HDMI cable, playing a HD game
HD video clip
To experience the stunning sharpness and
picture quality of HD TV, you can watch the
High Definition video clip from the Home
menu. Press
> [Setup] > [Watch
demos] (on the second page of the setup
menu).
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Connect devices
Contact your dealer for more information.
Go to www.philips.com/support to find
FAQs that list the HD channels or providers
in your country.
Network and Net TV
Risk of electric shock or fire!
Never expose the TV to rain or water.
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 insert objects into the ventilation
slots or other openings on the TV.
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Network*
When you connect your TV to your home
network, you can play music, photo and
video from a computer or other media
server on the same network.
Read more in Help > Setup the TV > Setup
Network (Page 31).
*Available on certain models only.
Net TV*
When the connected PC network is
connected to the Internet, you can connect
your TV to Net TV. Net TV offers movies,
pictures, music, and much more.
Read more in Help > Use your TV > Enjoy
Net TV (Page 20).
*Available on certain models only.
Important
Congratulations
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Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your TV
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Safety
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Read and understand all instructions before
you use your TV. If damage is caused by
failure to follow instructions, the warranty
does not apply.
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When the TV is swivelled ensure that
no strain is exerted on the power cord.
Strain on the power cord can loosen
connections and cause arcing.
Never place the TV, remote control or
batteries near naked flames or other
heat sources, including direct sunlight.
To prevent the spread of fire, keep
candles or other flames away from the
TV, remote control and batteries at all
times.
Risk of short circuit or fire!
 Never expose the remote control or
batteries to rain, water or excessive
heat.
 Avoid force coming onto power plugs.
Loose power plugs can cause arcing or
fire.
Risk of injury or damage to the TV!
 Two people are required to lift and
carry a TV that weighs more than
25kg/55lbs.
 When stand mounting 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
combined weight of the TV and the
stand.
When wall mounting the TV, use only a
wall mount that can support the weight
of the TV. Secure the wall mount to a
wall that can support the combined
weight of the TV and wall mount.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears
no responsibility for improper wall
mounting that results in accident, injury
or damage.
 Before you connect the TV to the
power outlet, ensure that the power
voltage matches the value printed on
the back of the TV. Never connect the
TV to the power outlet if the voltage is
different.
Risk of injury to children!
Follow these precautions to prevent the TV
from toppling over and causing injury to
children:
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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!
 Never install the TV in a confined space.
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.
Risk of injury, fire or power cord damage!
 Never place the TV or any objects on
the power cord.
 To easily disconnect the TV power cord
from the power outlet, ensure that you
have full access to the power cord at all
times.
 When you disconnect the power cord,
always pull the plug, never the cable.
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Disconnect the TV from the power
outlet and aerial before lightning storms.
During lightning storms, never touch
any part of the TV, power cord or aerial
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/41°F, unpack the TV and wait
until the TV temperature matches room
temperature before connecting the TV to
the power outlet.
Screen care
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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 on-screen for extended
periods of time. Stationary images
include on-screen menus, black bars,
time displays, etc. If you must use
stationary images, reduce screen
contrast and brightness to avoid screen
damage.
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End of use
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Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
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. Please inform yourself
about the local separate collection system
for electrical and electronic products.
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.
Use a Kensington lock
Your TV is equipped with a Kensington
security slot located under the TV or at the
back of the TV.
Purchase a Kensington anti-theft lock (not
supplied) to secure the TV.
Position the TV
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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To mount the TV, purchase a Philips TV
mount or a compatible TV mount. Check
your TV screen size and match it against the
list for the type of wall mount to purchase:
Before you wall mount the TV, determine
the correct length of the screw.
You can determine the length of the screw
by adding the thickness of your wall mount
to the screw length shown in the graphic.
Warning: Follow all instructions provided
with the TV mount. Koninklijke Philips
Electronics N.V. bears no responsibility for
improper TV mounting that results in
accident, injury or damage.
To prevent damage to cables and
connectors, be sure to leave a clearance of
at least 5.5cm/2.2" from the back of the TV.
For 32 inch to 42 inch TVs:
Before you wall mount the TV, determine
the correct length of the screw.
You can determine the length of the screw
by adding the thickness of your wall mount
to the screw length shown in the graphic.
Placement
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For 46 inch to 52 inch TVs:
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Before positioning the TV, read all
safety precautions. See Get Started >
Important > Safety (Page 8).
Position the TV where light does not
shine directly on the screen.
The ideal distance to watch TV from, is
three times its diagonal screen size. For
example, if the diagonal screen size of
the TV is 116cm/46", the ideal viewing
distance is ~3.5m/~138" from the front
of the screen.
While seated, your eyes should be level
with the center of the screen.
For best Ambilight effect, position the
TV 25 cm away from the wall.
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32 inches/81cm: 200mm x 200mm, M6
40 inches/102cm: 200mm x 200mm, M6
46 inches/117cm: 300mm x 300mm, M8
52 inches/132cm: 400mm x 400mm, M8
Product highlights
Full HD LCD display
This TV is equipped with a full
High-Definition (HD) LCD display,
supporting the maximum HD resolution of
1920x1080p.
This display offers a brilliant flicker-free
progressive scan picture with optimum
brightness and superb colours.
The LED backlight of the display offers
exceptional picture contrast with exceptional
energy saving.
Ambilight
Net TV
Net TV allows you to enjoy movies, music
and other infotainment from the Internet
directly on your TV screen. See Use your
TV > Enjoy Net TV.
To enjoy Net TV, you must connect the TV
to a network. See Setup the TV > Set up
network (Page 31).
DTVi
Use DTVi applications to view TV program
information, play games, and respond
interactively to TV programs.
See Use more of your TV > Access DTVi
applications (Page 28)
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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.
See Use your TV > Use Ambilight (Page
19).
Digital TV
In addition to normal analog TV broadcasts,
your TV can receive SATVD-T or SBTVD-T
broadcasts.
Programme guide (EPG)
Electronic Program Guide (EPG) is an
on-screen guide available for digital channels.
EPG allows you to:
 View a list of digital programs being
broadcast
 View upcoming programs
 Group programs by genre
 Set reminders when programs start
 Set up preferred EPG channels
Notes:
 EPG is not available in all countries.
 For more information on EPG, see Use
more of your TV > Use EPG (Page
24).
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Multimedia
View or play your own multimedia files (such
as photos, music and videos) from the USB
connection on the side of the TV.
See Use more of your TV > Access
multimedia (Page 25).
Access more information
On-screen
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You are reading the on-screen user manual.
This manual contains all of the information
you need to install and use this TV.
Access the user manual by selecting [Help]
in the home menu.
Before carrying out instructions, temporarily
close the user manual by pressing
on the
remote control. Open to the same page in
the user manual by selecting [Help] in the
home menu.
On the Internet
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A printable PDF version of this user manual
is available on the Internet. It contains the
latest information and detailed feature
explanations not covered by this on-screen
user manual.
Access the PDF as well as other product
information, including FAQs and firmware
upgrades at www.philips.com/support.
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2 Use your TV
Overview
This section gives you an overview of
commonly used TV controls and functions.
TV controls and indicators
1. Ambient sensor/ remote control sensor.
Remote control
Overview
1.
+/- : Increases or decreases volume.In
home menu,these buttons allow you to
move horizontally.
2. : Accesses the home menu. Press again
to launch an activity in home menu.
3. P/CH +/- : Switches to the next or
previous channel. In home menu, these
buttons allow you to move vertically.
4.
(Ambilight) (Available in selected
models only): Switches Ambilight on or off.
During TV standby, switches Loungelight on
or off.
1. (Standby): Switches the TV to standby
if it is on. Switches on the TV if it is in
standby.
2.
(Home): Accesses the home menu.
3.
(Browse): Accesses the browse menu
to select TV channel list and the Electronic
Program Guide.
4.
(Navigation buttons): Navigates
menus and selects items.
5.
(Previous/Next): Selects the previous
or next channel. Skips to the previous or
next page of the menu. Also skips to the
previous or next track, album or folder.
6. OK: Confirms an entry or selection.
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(Experience): Accesses the experience
menu.
8.
(Options): Accesses options for the
current activity or selection.
9. +/- (Volume) and (Mute): Increases or
decreases volume; mutes or restores audio.
Open the battery cover on the back of the
remote control to insert the batteries (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 (Page 10).
10. Color buttons: Selects tasks or options.
11. 0-9 (Numeric buttons): Selects a
channel or setting.
12.
(Dot): Press the dot (.) for digital
channels.
Note: The location of the battery
compartment on some remote controls may
be as follows:
13. EXIT: Exits a menu..
14. (Back): Returns to a previous menu
screen. Press and hold to return to watching
TV.
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Note: Available if the connected device is
HDMI-CEC compliant.
An On-Screen Remote Control (OSRC)
gives you easy access to commonly used
functions. The on-screen buttons available
differ depending on your TV setup and
features of the connected HDMI-CEC
device.
To access the OSRC
1. While watching TV or a connected device,
press .
2. Select [Show device keys], then press
OK.
3. Use the Navigation buttons and OK to
select and use an on-screen button.
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[Scenea] Switches to the Scenea
wallpaper.
[Add your devices] Adds new devices
to the home menu.
[Setup] Accesses menus that allow you
to change picture, sound and TV
settings.
Browse
The browse menu gives you easy access to:
 TV channel list
 Electronic Program Guide
To access the browse menu, while watching
TV, press .
Basic TV menus
Home
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The home menu gives you easy access to
connected devices, picture and sound
settings, and other useful features.
1. Press .
2. Select an item in the home menu, then
press OK to access the menu.
3. To exit the home menu, press
or .
1. Press the Navigation buttons to select an
item:
 [Channel list]: Accesses the TV channel
list.
 [Programme guide]: Accesses the
Electronic Program Guide.
2. Press OK to confirm your choice.
Experience
Press
to access the experience menu,
which provides a range of frequently-used
settings.
To start an activity, highlight the desired item
with the Navigation buttons and press OK:
 [Help] Accesses the electronic user
manual.
 [Watch TV] Switches back to the
antenna source if another source is
selected.
 [Browse USB] If a USB storage device
is connected, accesses the content
browser.
 [Browse PC] Accesses the content
browser of the connected PC network.
 [Browse Net TV] Accesses Net TV.
The experience menu gives you easy access
to:
 [Ambilight]: Turns Ambilight on or off.
 [Ambilight dynamic]: Adjusts the speed
of Ambilight response.
 [Picture format]: Changes the picture
format.
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On-screen remote control
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[Smart picture]: Frequently-used
picture settings.
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[Smart sound]: Frequently-used sound
settings.
[Speakers]: Configure TV speakers for
Philips EasyLink.
[Picture shift]: Adjusts the position of
the picture.
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Channel list
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The channel list displays the TV channels and
possible radio stations installed on your TV.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Channel list], then press OK.
3. Select a channel, then press OK to access
the channel.
4. Press to exit the channel list without
changing the channel.
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[Search for channels]: Guides you
through channel installation.
[Channel settings]: Advanced channel
settings.
[Connect to network]: Guides you
through the connection to your PC
network.
[Network settings]: Advanced network
settings.
[Update software]: Guides you through
an update of the TV software.
[Software settings]: Advanced TV
update settings.
[Watch demos]: Demos of special
features available with the TV.
Options
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Option menus offer convenient settings
related to what is on-screen.
1. Press to see what options are available.
2. To exit, press again.
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After you connect a device to the TV, add
this device in the home menu for easy
access.
In the home menu, select [Add your
devices], then press OK. Follow the
instructions on-screen to add the device to
the home menu.
To remove a device from the home menu,
select the item, press and select [Remove
this device]. Press OK.
Setup
Watch TV
Switch on/off or to standby
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[Setup] in the home menu allows you to
change most of the TV settings, including:
 Picture or sound settings
 Installation or update of TV channels
 Update of TV software
 Other special features
1. In the home menu, select [Setup], then
press OK.
2. Select an item with the Navigation
buttons, then press OK:
 [Quick picture and sound settings]:
Guides you through picture and sound
settings.
 [TV settings]: Advanced picture and
sound settings.
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To switch on
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If the front LED indicator is off, press
the power switch (1) on the bottom of
the TV to the ' | ' position.
If the front LED indicator is red, press
on the remote control (2). Alternatively,
switch on the TV from standby by
pressing any key on the side of the TV.
Switch channels
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Press
on the remote control or
P/CH +/- on the side of the TV.
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Press , then select [Channel list] to
use the channel list.
Press to return to the
previously-viewed channel.
Enter a channel number using the
Numeric buttons.
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Notes:
 The front LED indicator does not turn
on when the TV is switched on.
 The TV requires some time to start up.
During this time, the TV will not
respond to the remote control or side
controls. This is normal behavior.
To switch to standby
Press on the remote control. The front
LED indicator switches to red.
To switch off
Press the power switch on the bottom of
the TV to the 'o' position. The TV switches
off.
Though your TV consumes very little power
when in standby, energy continues to be
consumed. When not in use for an
extended period of time, switch off the TV
using the power switch on the bottom of
the set.
Tip: If you cannot locate your remote
control and want to switch on the TV from
standby, press P/CH +/- on the side of the
TV.
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To view analog or digital channels only
Filter the channel list to access analog or
digital channels only.
1. In the channel list, press .
2. Select [Select list] > [Analogue] or
[Digital], then press OK.
Depending on your selection, only digital or
analog channels become available.
Adjust volume
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To increase or decrease volume
 Press +/- on the remote control.
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Press
+/- on the side of the TV.
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[Custom]: Allows you to customize and
store personal picture settings.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
4. Press to exit.
Use Smart sound settings
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To mute or unmute sound
 Press to mute the sound.
 Press again to restore the sound.
Use the [Sound] menu to adjust headphone
volume. For more information, see Setup
the TV > Change picture and sound
settings > More sound settings (Page 30).
Use Smart picture settings
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Use the [Smart picture] experience menu
to access frequently-used picture settings.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Smart picture], then select one of
the following settings:
 [Personal]: Sets the TV to your
personal preferences set in the
[Picture] menus in [Setup].
 [Vivid]: Rich and dynamic settings, ideal
for daylight use.
 [Natural]: A natural picture setting.
 [Cinema]: Ideal settings for watching
movies.
 [Game]: Ideal settings for gaming.
 [Energy saving]: The most energy
conscious settings.
 [Standard]: Adjusts picture settings to
suit most environments and types of
video. Factory default settings.
 [Photo]: Ideal settings for viewing
photos.
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Use the [Smart sound] experience menu to
access frequently-used sound settings.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Smart sound], then select one of
the following settings:
 [Personal]: Sets the TV to your
personal preferences set in the [Sound]
menus in [Setup].
 [Standard]: Adjusts sound settings to
suit most environments and types of
audio.
 [News]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for spoken audio, such as the
news.
 [Movie]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for movies.
 [Game]: Ideal settings for gaming.
 [Drama]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for drama.
 [Sports]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for sports.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
4. Press to exit.
Change picture format
Change the picture format to suit your
viewing experience.
1. Press .
2. Press
to select [Picture format] and
press OK.
3. Press
to select a picture format, then
press OK to confirm your choice.
Note: Picture formats are also accessible via
the [Setup] menu.
The following picture formats can be
selected:
 [Auto fill]: Adjusts the picture to fill the
screen (subtitles remain visible).
Recommended for minimal screen
distortion but not for HD or PC.
 [Auto zoom]: Enlarges the picture to fill
the screen. Recommended for minimal
screen distortion but not for HD or PC.
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[Super zoom]: Removes the black bars
on the sides of 4:3 broadcasts. Not
recommended for HD or PC.
[Movie expand 16:9]: Scales the classic
4:3 format to 16:9. Not recommended
for HD or PC.
[Wide screen]: Stretches the classic 4:3
format to 16:9.
[Unscaled]: Provides maximum detail
for PC. Only available when [PC mode]
is enabled in the [Picture] menu.
[16:9 stretch]: Stretches to 16:9 format
and removes the logos.
Caution
To avoid bad infrared remote control
reception, place your devices out of sight of
Ambilight.
1. Press
(Experience).
2. Select [Ambilight], then press OK.
3. To switch on or off Ambilight, select [On]
or [Off].
You can also press
Ambilight on or off.
on the TV to switch
Notes:
 Depending on the picture source, some
picture formats are not available and
will not be seen on-screen.
Watch a connected device
Add new device
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Notes:
 Before watching a connected device,
you must add it to the home menu.
 HDMI ARC compliant devices
connected to the HDMI ARC
connector on the TV are automatically
added to the home menu.
1. Connect and switch on the device.
2. Press .
3. Select [Add your devices], then press
OK. Follow the on-screen instructions.
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1. Press .
2. Select the device from the home menu.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
Use Ambilight
Setup Ambilight
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In the Ambilight menu, you can access more
Ambilight settings.
While watching TV, press
> [Setup] >
[TV settings] > [Ambilight].
Select a setting to adjust:
 [Dynamic]: Adjusts Ambilight between
relaxed and dynamic levels. Available
only if Ambilight [Colour] is set to
[Dynamic].
 [Brightness]: Adjusts the brightness of
Ambilight.
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Enjoy a more relaxed viewing experience
and improved perceived picture quality. Dim
the lighting conditions in the room for the
best Ambilight effect.
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[Colour]: Selects a predefined color.
[Custom colour]: Set your own
Ambilight colour. To access this option,
set [Ambilight] > [Colour] >
[Custom].
[Separation]: Adjusts the difference in
color levels between each side of the
TV. Turn off this feature for a dynamic
and uniform Ambilight color.
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[TV switch off]: Selects how Ambilight
switches off when the TV is switched
off.
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[Lounge light mood]: Selects a lounge
light mode. This setting is applied when
lounge light is enabled in standby mode.
[Scenea lounge light]: Switch on or off
Scenea lounge light when Scenea is
enabled.
[Wall colour]: Selects a color to match
the wall color. Ambilight will correct its
colours to mix best with the colour of
the wall behind the TV.
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Set Ambilight response
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Before you can adjust the speed of Ambilight
response, press
> [Setup] > [TV
settings] > [Ambilight] > [Colour] >
[Dynamic].
Set the speed which Ambilight responds to
on-screen images.
1. Press
(Experience).
2. Select [Ambilight dynamic], then press
OK.
3. Move the slider to set Ambilight
responsiveness.
4. Press to exit the slider.
5. Press OK to confirm your choice.
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When the TV is on standby, you can switch
on Ambilight and create a lounge light effect
in your room.
During TV standby, press
on the side of
the TV.
Note: It may take more than 5 seconds for
the lounge light to switch on.
To select another lounge light colour, see
Use your TV > Use Ambilight > Setup
Ambilight (Page 19).
Net TV offers Internet services and websites
tailored for your TV. You can visit popular
sites for music, videos, and infotainment,
directly on your TV.
New services
New services are added regularly. Access the
Net TV pages regularly to discover new
services.
Notes:
 Net TV services vary in each country.
 With Net TV, you can link up to the
Internet or view any website. However,
some websites are not tailored to be
viewed on a TV screen and certain
plug-ins (for example. to view pages or
videos) are not available on your TV.
 The number of services available on
Net TV can change. The functionality of
services can change as well. These
changes are updated automatically. You
can view the latest services added or
changed in the “New” category.
 Net TV displays one page at a time and
in full screen.
 You cannot download and save files or
install plug-ins on this TV.
What you need
To enjoy Net TV, connect the TV to a
router with a high-speed connection to the
Internet. Read more at Setup the TV >
Setup network (Page 31).
Once connected, press
select [Browse
Net TV] to start the Net TV on-screen
setup. Read more at Use your TV > Enjoy
Net TV > First Use (Page 21).
Enjoy Net TV
What is Net TV?
First use
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no
responsibility for content provided by Net
TV service providers.
Registration benefits
By registering with Philips, you can enjoy
exclusive benefits and receive updates on
product information.
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Initial setup
1. Agree to the Terms of Use.
2. Register for Net TV.
3. Switch on parental control.
How to register
To register, you need an email address and a
PC connected to the Internet. If you skip the
registration during the initial setup, you can
register from the Net TV Start page later.
To start the Net TV registration, enter your
email address on screen. To open the
on-screen keyboard, highlight the text field,
then press OK. Enter the characters one by
one. Select [Register] and press OK.
A message will appear if a registration email
has been sent 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.
Switch on Parental control
The first time you open the Net TV Start
page, you can switch on parental control. If
you switch on parental control, you need to
enter a personal lock/unlock code.
Enter a 4 digit code as your Net TV
lock/unlock code.
Use the Numeric buttons on the remote
control. Enter the same code again to
confirm.
Net TV is ready for use.
Browse Net TV
Access the Net TV home page:
1. Press .
2. Select [Browse Net TV], then press OK.
The TV links up to Net TV and opens the
start page.
To exit Net TV, press
and select another
activity.
The Start page
The Start page shows your favorite services
and some recommended services. You can
browse Net TV from this page.
To return to the Start page, press
(Browse).
Open a Net TV service
Select a Net TV service with the Navigation
buttons. To open a selected service, press
OK.
A closing lock animation means that the
page you have opened is a secure page.
Navigate a Net TV service
Navigating within a Net TV service can differ
from one service to another. You can use
the Navigation buttons and the OK button
to browse the service. Some services
indicate how to browse their services.
To go back to the previous page, press
(Back).
All services
To view the available services for your
country, select [Services] and press OK.
On this page, you can view all services or
view them by category, e.g. News or
Entertainment. To view the services by
category, select a category in the column on
the left and press OK.
Options
Press (Options) to select the following:
 Lock service
 Mark favorite
 Disable parental control
 Show remote control
 Reload page
 Zoom page
 Security info
 Clear Net TV memory
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Parental control benefits
With Parental control switched on, you can
lock and unlock services, and/or categories of
services. You can also unlock some services
that are not suitable for children. These
services are locked from the start.
Parental control specifics
 Only services on the Net TV pages can
be locked. Advertisements and Internet
websites cannot be locked.
 Services are locked per country.
Categories are locked for all countries.
Lock service
To lock a Net TV service, select its icon and
press (Options). Select [Lock service]
and press OK. The service icon is marked
with a lock icon.
To open a locked service, you must enter
your 4 digit code. Once you have opened a
locked service, you can delete the lock.
Mark favourites
To mark a service as a favourite, select the
service icon and press (Options). Select
[Mark favourite] and press OK.
You can mark up to 12 services as favourites.
All your favourite services are shown in the
Net TV Start page.
In Services, favourite services are marked
with a star.
Only Net TV services can be marked as
favorites. Advertisements and Internet
websites cannot be marked.
Unmark favourites
To Unmark a favourite, select the icon of a
favourite service and press (Options) and
select [Unmark favourite].
Disable parental control
To switch off Parental control, press
(Options) and select [Disable parental
control]. Enter the 4 digit code to disable
Parental control.
Show remote control
Keys like Play , Rewind
and Fast
Forward
can be called up with [Show
remote control].
Press (Options) and select [Show
remote control]. With these keys on screen,
you can operate the connected audio or
video player.
Select a key and press OK to carry out its
function. Press (Back) to hide these
on-screen keys.
Reload page
If something went wrong during the loading
of a page, you can try and reload it. Press
(Options) and select [Reload page].
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Zoom page
To zoom in and out on an Internet page,
press (Options) and select [Zoom page].
Use the slider bar to set the enlargement.
To scroll through an Internet page, use the
Navigation buttons to jump from highlight
to highlight.
Security info
To view a page's security information, press
(Options) and select [Security info].
Clear Net TV memory
Warning: this option resets Net TV
completely.
To clear the Net TV memory completely,
including your favorites, the parental control
code, passwords, cookies and history, press
(Options) and select [Clear Net TV
memory].
Net TV services for another country
Services may differ for each country. To
switch to the services of another country,
select [Country : …] at the bottom right of
the page and press OK. Select a country and
press OK.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no
responsibility regarding the content and the
quality of the content provided by the
content service providers.
Internet websites
With Net TV you can link up to the Internet.
You can view any website you like but
remember that most Internet websites are
not meant to be viewed on a TV screen and
certain plug-ins (e.g. to view pages or videos)
are not available on your TV.
Open an Internet site
To go to an Internet page, select [Internet]
and press OK. Use the on-screen keyboard
to enter the web address you need. Select a
character and press OK to enter it in the
address line at the top of the page.
Once you have entered the address, select
[Go] and press OK to load the Internet
website.
Use the Navigation buttons to navigate to
the available links on an open Internet page,
press OK to go to the link.
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Internet history
Net TV will automatically add every site you
visit to the history list. Later, you can select a
site icon in the list and press OK to open it.
To scroll through the history list, use the
Navigation buttons.
Clear Net TV history
With a site icon selected in the history list,
you can clear the whole list. Press
(Options) and select [Clear history].
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Favorite channels
Add or remove channels
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1. Press .
2. Select [Channel list:], then press OK.
3. Press .
4. Select [Mark as favourite] or [Unmark as
favourite], then press OK.
A star appears in the channel grid, indicating
that the channel is added to the favorite list.
The star disappears if you remove the
channel from the favorite list.
Select a favorite list
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Use the EPG options menu to set or clear
reminders, change day and access other
useful EPG options. Depending on the
broadcast service, these options are available
only for seven or eight days.
1. When in EPG, press .
2. Press the Navigation buttons and OK to
select and adjust one of the following
settings:
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View only channels in a favorite list, or view
all channels if a favorite list is currently
selected.
1. In the channel list, press .
2. Select [Select list] > [Favourites] to
display channels in a favorite list; or [All] to
display all channels.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
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[Set reminder]: Sets program
reminders.
[Clear reminder]: Clears program
reminders.
[Change day]: Sets the EPG day. Select
[Today], [Next day] or [Previous day].
[More info]: Views program
information.
[Search by genre]: Searches TV
programs by genre.
[Scheduled reminders]: Lists programs
reminders.
[Update Programme guide]: Updates
the latest program information.
Display Closed caption text
Display closed caption text
Use EPG
Overview
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The Electronic Program Guide (EPG) is an
on-screen guide available for digital channels.
EPG allows you to:
 View a list of digital programs being
broadcast
 View upcoming programs
 Group programs by genre
 Set reminders when programs start
 Setup preferred EPG channels
Note: EPG is not available in all countries.
Switch on EPG
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1. Press .
2. Select [Programme guide], then press
OK.
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The caption service displays transmitted CC
text. The text can be displayed at all times*
or only when the TV is muted.
• If you activate DTVi, the CC text is hidden.
Note:
Not all TV programs and commercials
include closed caption information.
Refer to the TV program listings in your area
for information on TV channels and closed
caption text. The captioned programs are
usually noted in the TV listings with service
marks, such as 'CC'.
1. When watching TV, press .
2. Press
to select [Closed captions].
3. Press
to select an option, and then
press OK.
Use timers, locks and
subtitles
Sleeptimer
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Sleeptimer switches the TV to standby after
a pre-defined period of time. You can always
switch off your TV earlier or reset the
sleeptimer during the countdown.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Preferences] > [Sleeptimer].
3. Press the Navigation buttons to set the
sleeptimer. The sleeptimer can be set up to
180 minutes, in steps of five minutes. The
sleeptimer is switched off if it is set to zero
minutes.
4. Press OK to activate the sleeptimer. The
TV switches to standby after the set period
of time.
Child lock
To prevent children from watching TV, you
can lock the TV or block age rated
programmes.
Set or change the child lock code
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Channel settings] >
[Child lock].
3. Select [Set code] or [Change code].
4. Enter the code with the Numeric
buttons.
Tip: If you forget your code, enter „8888‟ to
override any existing codes.
Age rating
Some digital broadcasters rate their
programs according to age. You can set your
TV to display only programs with age ratings
higher than your child‟s age.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Channel settings] >
[Child lock] > [Age ratings lock].
3. Enter the child lock code with the
Numeric buttons.
4. Select an age rating, then press OK. All
programs beyond the selected age rating are
blocked.
For information on child lock codes, see Use
more of your TV > Use timers and locks >
Child lock (Page 25).
Access multimedia
Browse USB
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You can view photos or play music and
videos on TV from a USB storage device.
Caution: Philips is not responsible if the USB
storage device is not supported nor is it
responsible for damage or loss of data from
the device.
You can access the USB content browser
using one of the following methods:
 When watching TV, connect the USB
device to the USB port on the side of
your TV.
 Press . Select [Browse USB], then
press OK.
View slideshow
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
picture, then press OK.
 To pause or stop playback, press OK
again.
 To jump to the previous or next file,
press or .
 Press to exit content browser.
Press to access or exit the following
settings:
 [Show info]: Displays the file
information.
 [Stop]: Stops slideshow.
 [Rotate]: Rotates the file.
 [Repeat]: Repeats the slideshow.
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[Play once]: Plays the file once.
[Shuffle off] / [Shuffle on]: Enables or
disables random display of pictures in
the slideshow.
[Slideshow speed]: Sets the display time
for each picture in the slideshow.
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4. Press .
5. Press
to select [Caption service].
6. Press
to select the correct type of
closed caption, and then press OK.
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[Slideshow transition]: Sets the
transition from one picture to the next.
[Set as Scenea]: Sets the selected
picture as wallpaper on TV.
Listen to music
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
music track, then press OK.
 Press / to fast rewind or fast
forward a track.
 Press to exit content browser.
Press to access or exit the following
settings:
 [Stop]: Stops audio playback.
 [Repeat]: Repeats a song or an album.
 [Play once] Plays the file once.
 [Shuffle on] / [Shuffle off]: Enables or
disables random play of songs.
Watch video
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
video file, then press OK.
 Press or
to rewind or fast forward
a file.
 Press to exit the content browser.
During video playback, press to access
the following settings:
 [Stop]: Stops playback.
 [Repeat]: Repeats a video.
 [Shuffle on] / [Shuffle off]: Enables or
disables random play of videos.
Browse PC
View photos, play music and watch 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, see Setup the TV > Set up
network (Page 31).
If the network is not installed the first time
you access [Browse PC], the network
installation starts. Follow the on screen
instructions.
To access the PC network
In the home menu, select [Browse PC], then
press OK.
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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.
A song, a slideshow of photos or a video
starts playing.
View slideshow
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
picture, then press OK.
 To pause or stop playback, press OK
again.
 To jump to the previous or next file,
press or .
 Press to exit content browser.
Press to access or exit the following
settings:
 [Show info]: Displays the file
information.
 [Stop]: Stops slideshow.
 [Rotate]: Rotates the file.
 [Repeat]: Repeats the slideshow.
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[Play once]: Plays the file once.
[Shuffle off] / [Shuffle on]: Enables or
disables random display of pictures in
the slideshow.
[Slideshow speed]: Sets the display time
for each picture in the slideshow.
[Slideshow transition]: Sets the
transition from one picture to the next.
[Set as Scenea]: Sets the selected
picture as wallpaper on TV.
Listen to music
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
music track, then press OK.
 Press / to fast rewind or fast
forward a track.
 Press to exit content browser.
Press to access or exit the following
settings:
 [Stop]: Stops audio playback.
 [Repeat]: Repeats a song or an album.
 [Play once] Plays the file once.
 [Shuffle on] / [Shuffle off]: Enables or
disables random play of songs.
Use Scenea
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Watch video
Press the Navigation buttons to select a
video file, then press OK.
 Press or
to rewind or fast forward
a file.
 Press to exit the content browser.
During video playback, press to access
the following settings:
 [Stop]: Stops playback.
 [Repeat]: Repeats a video.
 [Shuffle on] / [Shuffle off]: Enables or
disables random play of videos.
Enable universal access
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Where supported by your digital TV
broadcaster, this TV allows special audio and
subtitles for the hearing impaired, as well as
special audio for the visually impaired.
To enable these features, you must turn on
universal access in the [Preferences] menu.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Preferences] > [Universal access] > [On],
then press OK.
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Activate Scenea
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You can use Scenea to display a picture as
wallpaper on your TV. Make sure that the
location of your TV is set to [Home] mode.
1. Press .
2. Select [Scenea] , then press OK.
The default or pre-loaded picture is
displayed.
Note: If the sleeptimer is off, the wallpaper is
displayed for 240 minutes. Otherwise, it is
displayed for the duration of the sleeptimer.
For more information on the sleeptimer, see
Use more of your TV > Use timers and
locks > Sleeptimer (Page 25).
Set a picture as Scenea
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Note: The file size of the picture must not
be more than 1MB.
1. Connect the USB storage device to the
TV.
2. Press .
3. Select [Browse USB], then press OK.
4. Select a picture, then press .
5. Select [Set as Scenea], then press OK.
6. Select [Yes], then press OK.
7. Press any key to exit Scenea.
Some digital TV channels broadcast special
audio and subtitles adapted for people who
are hearing impaired.
To switch on hearing impaired audio and
subtitles (if available)
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Press the red button to select [Hearing
impaired].
3. Press the green button to switch on
hearing impaired audio and subtitles, press
the red button to switch it off.
4. Press to exit.
Tip: To verify whether a hearing impaired
audio language is available, press and
select [Audio language]. Languages with an
ear icon indicate hearing impaired support.
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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 (if
available)
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Press the green button to select [Visually
impaired].
3. Use the following buttons to select:
 Red - [Off]: Turn off visually impaired
audio.
 Yellow - [Headphones]: Hear visually
impaired audio from headphones only.
 Green - [Speakers]: Hear visually
impaired audio from speakers only.
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Blue - [Speakers + headphones]: Hear
visually impaired audio from speakers
and headphones only.
4. Press to exit.
Note: The green and yellow buttons are not
applicable if EasyLink Remote Control is
enabled. For more information, see Connect
the TV > Use Philips EasyLink > EasyLink
features (Page 50).
Tip: To verify whether visually impaired
audio is available, press and select [Audio
language]. Languages with an eye icon
indicate visually impaired support.
Adjust volume for the visually impaired
1. In the [Universal access] menu, press the
yellow button to select [Mixed volume].
2. Press the Navigation buttons to move the
slider up or down, then press OK.
3. Press to exit.
Audio feedback for the visually impaired
This feature enables audio feedback when
buttons are pressed on the remote control
or TV.
1. In the [Universal access] menu, press the
blue button to select [Key beep].
2. Press the green button to turn on audio
feedback or press the red button to turn it
off.
3. Press to exit.
Access DTVi applications
Use DTVi
Available on certain models only
Digital TV broadcasters provide DTVi, an
interactive TV service. With DTVi, you can:
 View TV program information
 Play games
If your TV is connected to a home network
(with Internet connection)*, you can
experience true interactivity and respond
directly to DTVi**.
*See Help > Setup the TV > Setup network
(Page 31)
**For the availability of interactive services,
contact your broadcasters.
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With this interactivity, you can respond to
DTVi applications, for example:
 Vote.
 Request customized information.
 Answer a quiz, contest, or game.
1. Switch to a channel with DTVi.
As the DTVi application begins to load, a
blinking symbol is displayed. When the load
is complete, a DTVi icon is displayed.
2. Press the button according to the symbol
(for example, the red button, or OK).
The DTVi application launches.
3. To use the application, follow the
on-screen instructions.
4. To exit, press or EXIT.
For more information about the application,
contact the broadcaster.
Change picture and sound
settings
Settings assistant
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Use the settings assistant to guide you
through the picture and sound settings.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Quick picture and
sound settings], then press OK.
3. Select [Start], then press OK.
Follow the on-screen instructions to choose
your preferred settings.
Smart picture settings
Use the [Smart picture] experience menu
to access frequently-used picture settings.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Smart picture], then select one of
the following settings:
 [Personal]: Sets the TV to your
personal preferences set in the
[Picture] menus in [Setup].
 [Vivid]: Rich and dynamic settings, ideal
for daylight use.
 [Natural]: A natural picture setting.

[Cinema]: Ideal settings for watching
movies.
 [Game]: Ideal settings for gaming.
 [Energy saving]: The most energy
conscious settings.
 [Standard]: Adjusts picture settings to
suit most environments and types of
video. Factory default settings.
 [Photo]: Ideal settings for viewing
photos.
 [Custom]: Allows you to customize and
store personal picture settings.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
4. Press to exit.
More picture settings
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1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Picture], then press OK.
3. Select a setting to adjust:
 [Smart picture]: Accesses pre-defined
smart picture settings.
 [Reset]: Resets to factory default
settings.
 [Contrast]: Adjusts the intensity of
bright areas, keeping dark areas
unchanged.
 [Brightness]: Adjusts the intensity and
details of dark areas.
 [Colour]: Adjusts color saturation.
 [Hue]: Compensates color variations in
NTSC encoded transmissions.
 [Sharpness]: Adjusts sharpness in the
image.
 [Noise reduction]: Filters and reduces
noise in an image.
 [Colour Temperature]: Adjusts the
color balance in an image.
 [Colour Temperature]: Customizes tint
setting.
 [Pixel Plus HD]/ [Pixel Precise HD]:
Accesses advanced settings, including
[HD Natural Motion], [120 Hz Clear
LCD], [Advanced sharpness],
[Dynamic contrast], [Dynamic
backlight], [MPEG artefact reduction],
[Colour enhancement], [Gamma].
 [PC mode]: Enables picture settings
adjustment when a PC is connected to
the TV via HDMI. If enabled, you can
select [Picture format] > [Unscaled]
which provides maximum detail for
display of PC content.
 [Light sensor]: Adjusts settings
dynamically to match lighting conditions.
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[Picture format]: Changes the picture
format.
[Screen edges]: Changes the picture
size.
[Picture shift]: Adjusts the position of
the picture. Not applicable if selected
picture format is [Auto zoom] or
[Wide screen].
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Smart sound settings
Reset to factory settings
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Use the [Smart sound] experience menu to
access frequently-used sound settings.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Smart sound], then select one of
the following settings:
 [Personal]: Sets the TV to your
personal preferences set in the [Sound]
menus in [Setup].
 [Standard]: Adjusts sound settings to
suit most environments and types of
audio.
 [News]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for spoken audio, such as the
news.
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[Movie]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for movies.
 [Game]: Ideal settings for gaming.
 [Drama]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for drama.
 [Sports]: Applies sound settings ideally
suited for sports.
3. Press OK to confirm your choice.
4. Press to exit.
More sound settings
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Resetting your TV to factory settings
restores default picture and sound settings.
Channel installation settings remain the
same.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] > [Factory
settings], then press OK.
TV settings are reset back to the factory
default.
Start a TV demo
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Start a demo to find out more about your
TV's features.
Note: Demos are not supported on MHEG
channels.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Watch demos], then
press OK.
3. Select a demo, then press OK.
4. Press to exit the demo.
Change channel settings
Rename channels
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1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] > [Sound],
then press OK.
3. Select a setting to adjust:
 [Smart sound]: Accesses pre-defined
smart sound settings.
 [Reset]: Resets to factory default
settings.
 [Bass]: Adjusts the bass level.
After installation, you may want to rename
channels to suit your preference.
1. While watching TV, press
.
2. Select [Channel list], then press OK.
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6. Once complete, press the Navigation
buttons to select [Done].
 To clear the entry, select [Clear].
 To cancel, select [Cancel].
7. Press OK to confirm your choice.
8. Press to exit.
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[Treble]: Adjusts the treble level.
[Surround]: Enables spatial sound.
[Headphones volume]: Adjusts
headphone volume.
[Auto volume leveling]: Automatically
reduces sudden volume changes, for
example, when switching channels.
[Balance]: Adjusts the balance of the
left and right speakers to best suit your
listening position.
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3. In the channel list, press .
4. Select [Rename], then press OK.
5. In the entry screen that appears, press the
Navigation buttons or Numeric buttons to
edit the name, then press OK.
Hide or unhide channels
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Hide channels
Hide channels from the channel list, to
prevent unauthorized access.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Channel list], then press OK.
Unhide channels
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Channel list], then press OK.
3. In the channel list, press .
4. Select [Show hidden channels], then press
OK. Hidden channels appear in the channel
list, but without channel information
displayed.
5. Select the channel to unhide, then press
.
6. Select [Unhide channel], then press OK.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to unhide other
channels.
Install channels
Automatic install
When the TV was switched on for the first
time, a full installation of channels was
performed. You can redo this full installation
again to set your language, country and install
all available TV channels.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Search for channels],
then press OK.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the channel installation.
4. Once complete, select [Finish], then press
OK.
Tip: Press
to see the channel list.
Notes
 During installation, leave [Settings]
unchanged unless your digital provider
provides you with the specific values to
enter.
 When digital TV channels are found, the
list of installed channels may display
empty channel numbers. You can
rename, reorder or uninstall these
channels.
Setup network
Benefits
PC network
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.
Once the network is installed, select
[Browse PC] in the home menu to view PC
content.
Net TV
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 Net TV] in the home menu to
open the Net TV start page.
What you need
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To connect the TV to a PC network and
internet, you need a router in your PC
network. Set the router to DHCP On.
Connect the router to the TV with a
network (Ethernet) cable.
To enjoy Net TV, connect the TV to a
router with a high speed connection to the
internet.
You can also connect this TV to a PC
network wirelessly via an optional wireless
USB adaptor. Check with your local retailer
for purchase details.
The PC network feature is DLNA 1.5
certified. You can use Microsoft Windows
XP or Vista, Intel Mac OSX or Linux on your
computer.
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3. In the channel list, select the channel to
hide, then press .
4. Select [Hide channel], then press OK.
The channel is hidden.
To share PC content on your TV, you need
recent media server software on your
computer. Windows Media Player 11 or
similar.
The media server software needs to be set
to share files with your TV.
For the list of supported media server
software, read Technical data > Multimedia
(Page 57).
Note: In case the apparatus does not
recover in DLNA mode due to external
electrical disturbances (e.g. electrostatic
discharge), user intervention is required.
Wired installation
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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
> [Setup] >
[Connect to network] and press OK.
Follow the instructions on screen to install
the wired network.
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.
Wi-Fi Ready
Project your PC: Introduction
This TV is Wi-Fi Ready*. With the Wireless
USB adapter PTA01 accessory (sold
separately), you can connect the TV to your
network wirelessly. With the free Wi-Fi
MediaConnect software, you can project
your PC screen on the TV. Video, music, or
presentations that you play on your PC can
be projected.
*Available on certain models only.
What you need
To use Wi-Fi MediaConnect, you need to
connect the TV to your home network. You
need a wireless router.
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Read more about connecting to a network
in Help > Setup the TV > Setup network
(Page 31).
Project your PC: Install Wi-Fi
MediaConnect
1. Find the Wi-Fi MediaConnect CD-ROM
that comes bundled with the PTA01
adapter.
2. Insert the CD-ROM in your PC.
3. Your PC starts your Internet browser and
opens the Wi-Fi MediaConnect download
page - www.wifimediaconnect.philips.com.
On the website, you can check the
necessary PC system requirements.
4. Enter the code printed on the CD-ROM
envelope.
5. Click the 'Download now' button to
download the free Wi-Fi MediaConnect
software.
6. Once downloaded, start the file 'Wi-Fi
MediaConnect_setup.exe'.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Project your PC: Name your TV
If you have two or more TVs in your home
network, differentiate them with unique
names.
1. Press , then select [Setup] > [Network
settings] > [TV network name].
2. Press OK to open the on-screen
keyboard.
3. Enter the TV name with the on-screen
keyboard, then press OK.
Project your PC: Help
To read the Wi-Fi MediaConnect Help, right
click the program icon in the notification tray
of the PC and select Help.
Specifics
 You can project high definition (HD) or
standard definition (SD) video,
depending on the processing power of
your PC.
 Certain commercial DVD/Blu-ray discs
may not be projected to the TV due to
output content protection.
 The TV shows PC media files with a
small delay.
 Wi-Fi MediaConnect is only available
for PC.
A pop-up window tells you that the media
server service is started. Click OK.
Set folders for media sharing
Project your PC: PC requirements
Recommended specifications
 Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 (PC
only)
 Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 2.1GHz
 1GB RAM
 200MB free hard disk space
 Wi-Fi 802.11n
 Internet connection
Click the green plus icon and select Add
folder.
In TVersity, click the Sharing tab.
In the Add media pop-up window, click
Browse button.
Network settings
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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
>
[Setup] > [Network settings] and press
OK.
For more information on (Page 33), access
the PDF version of this user manual on the
internet at www.philips.com/support.
In the Browse for Folder window, select a
folder with music, photos or videos which
you you want to share and click OK.
Enable media sharing
In Mac OS X, start Twonky Media.Twonky
Media appears.
In the Basic Setup box, click
Clients/Security.Clients/Security settings
appear.
Click Enable sharing for new clients
automatically, then click Save Changes.
Media sharing is enabled.
PC media server settings
Enable media sharing
Add folders for media sharing
In Microsoft Windows, start TVersity.Click
the Settings tab and click the Start Sharing
button.
In the Basic Setup box, click Sharing.Sharing
settings appear.
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Project your PC: PC requirements
Minimum specifications
 Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 (PC
only)
 Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 1.8GHz
 512MB RAM
 200MB free hard disk space
 Wi-Fi 802.11g
 Internet connection
Click Browse to add a folder location. Click
Add new content directory to add more
folders.
When all folders are added, click Save
changes then click Rescan content
directories. Media files are ready to be
accessed from the TV.
Note: The instructions are applicable to both
Microsoft Windows XP and Vista.
Enable media sharing
When the TV is connected by the router to
the PC and everything is switch on, the
Media Sharing window will detect the TV as
an Unknown Device. Select the device and
click Allow.
In Microsoft Windows, start Windows Media
Player 11. Windows Media Player appears.
To change particular settings on media
sharing, open the Settings window. When
the device icon (the TV) is checked with a
green tick, click OK.
Set folders for sharing
In the Media Sharing window, check the
Share my Media and click OK.
If no network connection is found, and you
are unable to check this box, click the
Networking button to show the Network
and Sharing Center window,...
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.
In Windows Media Player, select Library
from the menu and select Add to Library.
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 and click
Add..
In the Add Folder window, select a folder
with music, photos or videos which you
want to share with other devices and click
OK.
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You can now enjoy music, photos and
videos on your TV.
Change other settings
Energy efficient settings
1. While watching TV, press the green
button.
2. Select one of the following settings, then
press OK:
 [Energy saving]: Applies a combination
of picture settings to reduce energy
consumption.
 [Mute screen]: Turns off the TV display.
'Muting' the screen saves energy if you
just want to listen to audio from the TV.
 [Light sensor]: To save energy, the
built-in ambient light sensor lowers the
brightness of the TV screen when the
surrounding light darkens.
Audio lipsync
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Turn on digital audio lipsync to automatically
sync the image on your TV to audio from a
connected Home Theatre System.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Preferences] > [Audio Out delay] > [On],
then press OK.
TV clock
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You can display a clock on the TV screen.
The clock displays the current time using
time data received from your TV service
operator.
Display the TV clock
1. When watching TV, press .
2. Select [Status], then press OK.
The clock displays on the lower right hand
corner of the TV screen.
Change the clock mode
By default, the clock mode is set to
[Automatic], syncing the TV clock to
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). If your
TV cannot receive UTC transmissions, set
the clock mode to [Manual]. [Country
dependent] applies UTC and gives you the
option of setting [Daylight saving].
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Preferences] > [Clock] > [Auto clock
mode].
3. Select [Automatic], [Manual] or [Country
dependent], then press OK.
Enable or disable daylight saving
If clock mode is set to [Country
dependent], enable or disable daylight saving
if required for your time zone.
1. In the [Clock] menu, select [Daylight
saving] > [Daylight saving time] or
[Standard time], then press OK. Daylight
saving is enabled or disabled for your time
zone.
Set the clock manually
If clock mode is set to [Manual], set the date
and time manually.
1. In the [Clock] menu, select [Date] or
[Time], then press OK.
2. Use the Navigation buttons to make your
selection, then select [Done].
TV location
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A range of TV settings are applied to suit the
location of the TV.
Shop or home mode
The flexibility to change settings is limited if
the TV location is set to [Shop] mode. Set
the TV location to [Home] mode to access
all TV settings.
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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.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Preferences] > [Location] > [Home] or
[Shop], then press OK.
3. Restart the TV.
Stand mount or wall mount
Specific TV settings are applied to suit the
mounting location of the TV.
1. In the [Preferences] menu, select [TV
placement] > [On a TV stand] or [Wall
mounted], then press OK.
Update software
TV software
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1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Software settings] >
[Current software info], then press OK.
The version of the current software is
displayed.
To update the software, use one of these
options:
a. update from digital broadcast.
b. update with USB.
c. update from the Internet.
For more information, see the following
pages.
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If available, your TV can receive software
updates via digital broadcasts.
If an update is available, a message appears
prompting you to update the software. We
strongly recommend that you update the
software when prompted.
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Before performing this procedure be sure to:
 Set aside some time to complete the
entire update.
 Have available a USB flash drive with at
least 256MB of storage space.
 Have access to a computer with a USB
port and internet access.
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1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [Update software], then
press OK. The update assistant starts. Follow
the on-screen instructions to complete the
update.
Note: If you already have the upgrade file
downloaded onto a USB flash drive, connect
it to the TV. Then, select [Setup] >
[Software settings] > [Local updates].
If the 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.
1. Press
> [Setup] > [Update now] and
press OK.
2. 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 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.
On-screen Help
Before updating the on-screen Help, ensure
you have the following:
 An empty USB flash drive. The USB
flash drive must be FAT or
DOS-formatted.
 Do not use a USB hard drive.
 A PC with Internet access.
 An archive utility that supports the ZIP
file format (for example, WinZip for
Microsoft Windows or Stufflt for
Macintosh).
Before updating Help, check the current
version installed on your TV. If the version of
Help on your TV is lower than the version
available at www.philips.com/support,
download and install the latest Help file.
1. Press .
2. Select [Help], then press OK.
On-screen Help is displayed.
4. Select [Setup] > [Software settings] >
[Local updates].
The updates screen appears.
5. Select the '*.upg' Help file and press OK.
A message will display the update status.
Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete the update and restart your TV.
Reinstall the TV
Reinstalling your TV resets all picture and
sound settings, and reinstalls all TV channels.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[Reinstall TV], then press OK.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. If the Help file at the Philips Support site is
a later version than the file in your TV, click
it to save the file to the USB flash drive.
6. Using the archive utility, extract the *.zip
file to the „upgrades‟ folder in the USB flash
drive.
7. The *.upg Help file is extracted.
8. Disconnect the USB flash drive from the
PC.
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Do not switch off the TV or remove
the USB flash drive during the update.
If a power failure occurs during the
update, do not remove the USB flash
drive from the TV. The TV will continue
the update as soon as power is
restored.
If an error occurs during the update,
retry the procedure. If the error
reoccurs, contact Philips Consumer
Care.
1. Switch on the TV.
2. Connect the USB flash drive containing
the *.upg Help file to the USB connector on
the TV. Disconnect all other USB devices
from the TV.
3. Press .
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3. Select Technical data > Dimensions.
Navigate to the last page of this section, and
note the version number.
Note: The version number is a 12 digit
number, where the last digit indicates the
version of Help installed in your TV. For
example, if the version in the TV is '3139
137 03583', '3' represents the version of
Help currently installed.
1. Insert the empty USB flash drive into a
USB connector on your PC.
2. On your PC, create a folder named
„upgrades‟ in the root directory of the USB
flash drive.
3. In your web browser, navigate to
www.philips.com/support.
4. At the Philips Support site, find your
product and locate the Help file for your TV.
The Help file (a *.upg file) is compressed
into a *.zip archive.
5 Connect the TV
First connections
Antenna
Locate the antenna connector at the back of
the TV. Insert the antenna cable securely
into the antenna connector.
Power
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Be 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, switch off the TV using
the power switch on the bottom of the TV if
you do not use the TV for a long time.
About cables
Overview
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 only. Other solutions
are possible.
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, and to
enable EasyLink.
 The HDMI ARC connector on the TV
features HDMI ARC functionality. This
allows output of TV audio to a HDMI
ARC compliant device.
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Do not use an HDMI cable longer than
5 meters/16.4 feet.
TV connectors overview
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Rear connectors
Y Pb Pr
Use the Component Video Y Pb Pr
connection together with an Audio Left and
Right connection for sound.
Match the Y Pb Pr connector colours with
the cable plugs when you connect. Y Pb Pr
can handle High Definition (HD) TV signals.
1. CVI 2:Analog audio and video input from
analog or digital devices such as DVD players
or game consoles.
2. NETWORK: Data input from a network.
3. SERV. U: For use by service personnel
only.
4. AV IN : Analog audio and video input
from analog or digital devices such as DVD
players, satellite receivers and VCRs.
5. (Available in selected models only):
Stereo audio output to headphones or
earphones.
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Bottom connectors
1. CVI 1 (Audio L/R and YPbPr):Video input
from analog devices such as DVD, receiver,
game console, etc. This connector is used
with audio input.
2. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: Digital audio
output to home theaters and other digital
audio systems.
4. HDMI ARC: In addition to regular HDMI
functionality, outputs TV audio to HDMI
ARC compliant device, such as a home
theatre system.
5. AUDIO IN: Audio input from devices that
require a separate audio connection, such as
a computer.
6. ANTENNA: Signal input from an antenna,
cable or satellite..
7. VGA: Video input from a computer.
Side connectors
3. HDMI (Your TV may have one or two
HDMI connectors depending on your
model): Digital audio and video input from
high-definition digital devices such as Blu-ray
players.
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1. HDMI: Digital audio and video input from
high-definition digital devices such as Blu-ray
players.
2. USB: Data input from USB storage
devices.
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Connect devices
Blu-ray disc player
Use an HDMI cable to connect the Blu-ray disc player to an HDMI connector on the bottom of the
TV.
DVD player
Use an HDMI cable to connect the DVD player to an HDMI connector on the bottom of the TV.
DVD-Recorder
First, use two antenna cables to connect the antenna to the DVD recorder and the TV.
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Finally, use YPbPr cable to connect the DVD Recorder to a YPbPr connector on the bottom of the
TV.
Home Theatre System
First, use an HDMI cable to connect the device to the TV.
Then, use a digital audio cinch cable to connect the device to the TV.
Audio Out L/R
If there is no digital audio output on the
home theatre, you can use the TV's
analogue Audio Out L/R connection.
Audio and Video synchronisation (sync)
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If the sound does not match with the video
on screen, you can set a delay on most
home theatres to match the sound and
video.
home theatre. Always lead the sound
through the TV first.
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Do not connect the audio signal from a
DVD player or other device directly to the
Dig. receiver/satellite
First, use two antenna cables to connect the antenna to the receiver and the TV.
Use a YPbPr cable to connect the receiver to the TV.
Dig. receiver and DVD-R
First, use three antenna cables to connect the digital receiver and the DVD Recorder to the TV.
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Finally, use a YPbPr cable to connect the receiver to the TV.
Finally, use two YPbPr cables to connect the two devices and the TV.
Dig. receiver, DVD-R and HTS
First, use three antenna cables to connect the two devices and the TV.
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Then use two YPbPr cables to connect the digital receiver to the DVD Recorder and the DVD
Recorder to the TV.
Then use an HDMI cable to connect the Home Theatre System to the TV.
Finally, use a digital audio cinch cable to connect the Home Theatre System to the TV.
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Dig. HD receiver
First, use two antenna cables to connect the Digital HD receiver to the TV.
Use an HDMI cable to connect the Digital HD receiver to the TV.
Connect more devices
Game console
Enable game mode
To prevent picture delay, set the TV to
[Game] mode.
1. Press .
The most practical connections for a game
2. Select [Smart picture] > [Game], then
console are at the side of the TV. However,
press OK.
more connectors are available at the back of
3. Press to exit.
the TV if needed.
The most practical connections for a game console are at the side of the TV.
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Otherwise, connect the game console to the HDMI or the EXT2 (YPbPr and Audio L/R cables)
connectors on the bottom of the TV. (On certain models, EXT2 is labelled EXT3).
Dig. camera
To view pictures on your digital camera,
connect it to the USB connector at the side
of the TV. Switch on the digital camera. If
the content of your camera does not appear
automatically, you may need to enable
Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) on the
camera. Refer to the camera's user manual
for instructions.
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Dig. camcorder
The most practical connection for a camcorder is at the side of the TV.
Otherwise, use an HDMI or the component video and audio cable (YPbPr and Audio L/R) to
connect the camcorder to the back of the TV.
PC
Connect a computer using one of the following cables:
HDMI cable
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DVI-HDMI cable
HDMI cable and HDMI-DVI adaptor
VGA cable
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Use Philips EasyLink
Enable or disable EasyLink
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Philips EasyLink provides several features that
enable you to control devices that are
connected via HDMI. Connected devices
must support the HDMI-CEC standard, and
must be properly configured for EasyLink to
work.
Note: HDMI-CEC functionality is known by
other names on other brands. Some
examples are Anynet (Samsung), Aquos Link
(Sharp) or BRAVIA Sync (Sony). Not all
brands are fully compatible with Philips
EasyLink.
To enable or disable EasyLink
Note: Do not enable Philips EasyLink if you
do not intend to use it.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [On] or [Off], then press OK.
EasyLink features
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With Philips EasyLink enabled, the following
features are available:
One-touch play
When you play content from a HDMI-CEC
compliant device, the TV switches on from
standby, and switches to the correct source.
One-touch standby
When you connect your TV to a
HDMI-CEC compliant device, pressing on
the TV remote control switches the TV and
all connected HDMI devices to standby
mode.
System audio control
When you connect your TV to, for example,
a HDMI-CEC compliant Home Theatre
System (HTS), your TV speakers
automatically mute and audio from the TV
plays through the HTS.
For more information about system audio
control and other types of TV speaker
configurations, see Connect the TV > Use
Philips EasyLink > TV speakers (Page 51).
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EasyLink Remote Control
EasyLink Remote Control allows you to
control HDMI-CEC compliant devices using
your TV remote control.
To enable EasyLink Remote Control, see
Connect the TV > Use Philips EasyLink >
Enable or disable EasyLink Remote Control
(Page 51).
Pixel Plus Link
Connected Philips EasyLink devices may
apply their own picture quality processing to
a video, before streaming it to the TV. This
may interfere with the image processing of
the TV. Enable Pixel Plus Link to discard
picture quality processing from connected
Philips EasyLink devices.
To enable Pixel Plus Link
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [Pixel Plus link] > [On].
3. Press OK to activate.
Auto subtitle shift
Auto subtitle shift displays subtitles from
Philips EasyLink compliant Home Theatre
Systems over the video image on your TV.
The video image is thus stretched across the
whole of your TV display, without the need
to create a separate subtitle bar at the
bottom of the screen.
To enable auto subtitle shift
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [Auto subtitle shift].
3. Select [On], then press OK to activate.
Audio only mode
Audio only mode enables you to play audio
from a connected Philips EasyLink device
through the TV speakers while the TV is in
standby.
Press
to receive audio from the
connected Philips EasyLink device.
If available, audio only mode is enabled.
Accept the prompt on the TV to enable
audio only mode.
 Control the audio playback with the TV
remote control.
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Caution: This is an advanced setting. Verify
that all connected HDMI-CEC compliant
devices support this setting. Devices that do
not support this setting will not respond to
commands from the TV remote control.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [EasyLink Remote Control] >
[On] or [Off].
3. Press OK to activate.
Notes:
 If you cannot exit from the connected
device's menu, press .
 To switch back to TV control, press
and select [Watch TV].
 To control another device, press
and select the device from the home
menu.
 A summary of EasyLink buttons you can
use with the TV remote control is
available at Connect the TV > Use
Philips EasyLink > EasyLink buttons
(Page 51).
EasyLink buttons
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Control HDMI-CEC compliant devices with
the following buttons on the TV remote
control.
 OK: Starts, pauses or resumes playback
on the connected device. Also activates
a selection or accesses the menu of the
device.

(Previous) / (Next): Searches
backwards and forwards on the
connected device.
 Numeric buttons: When EasyLink is
enabled, selects a title, chapter or track.


(Options): Displays the menu of the
connected device. When
is pressed,
the TV menu is displayed.
(Standby): Press to enable one-touch
standby. This switches the TV and the
connected device to standby.
To access the OSRC
1. While watching a connected device, press
.
2. Select [Show remote control], then press
OK.
3. Use the Navigation buttons and OK to
select and use an on-screen button.
4. Press
to exit.
Configure TV speakers
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You usually connect the TV to a HDMI-CEC
compliant device such as a HTS using both a
HDMI cable for video and a digital audio
cable for audio. You can output TV audio
through the HDMI cable solely, provided
both the TV and device are HDMI ARC
compliant (see Connect the TV > Use
Philips EasyLink > Use HDMI ARC (Page
52)).
Configure TV speakers
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [TV speakers].
3. Select one of the following options, then
press OK:
 [Off]: Turn off TV speakers.
 [On]: Turn on TV speakers.
 [EasyLink]: TV audio continues to be
streamed through the TV speakers.
Switch the TV audio to the connected
HDMI-CEC audio device through the
experience menu.
 [EasyLink autostart]: Turn off TV
speakers automatically and streams TV
audio to the connected HDMI-CEC
audio device.
Switch TV audio in experience menu
If [EasyLink] or [EasyLink autostart] are
selected, access the experience menu to
switch the TV audio.
1. While watching TV, press .
2. Select [Speakers], then press OK.
3. Select one of the following, then press
OK:
Other EasyLink buttons are available via
On-Screen Remote Control (OSRC).
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Enable or disable EasyLink Remote Control

[TV]: On by default. Streams TV audio
through TV speakers until the
connected HDMI-CEC audio device
switches to system audio control.
Thereafter, TV audio is streamed
through the connected device.

[Amplifier]: Streams audio through the
connected HDMI-CEC device. If system
audio mode is not enabled on the
device, audio will continue to stream
from TV speakers if [EasyLink] was
selected. If [EasyLink autostart] was
enabled, the TV prompts the connected
device to switch to system audio mode.
Use HDMI ARC
The HDMI 1 connector is HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) compliant. Use it to output digital
audio to a HDMI Home Theatre System.
HDMI ARC allows you to use Philips
EasyLink to output TV audio directly to a
connected audio device, without the need
for an additional digital audio cable.
Be sure that the device is HDMI-CEC and
ARC compliant, and that the TV is
connected to the device using a HDMI cable
attached to HDMI ARC connectors.
Enable or disable HDMI ARC
Note: Enabling HDMI ARC automatically
adds the device to the home menu.
1. Press .
2. Select [Setup] > [TV settings] >
[EasyLink] > [HDMI 1 - ARC] > [On] or
[Off].
3. Press OK to activate.
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Contact us
If you cannot resolve your problem, refer to
the FAQs for this TV at
www.philips.com/support.
If the problem remains unresolved, contact
Philips Consumer Care in your country as
listed in the leaflet accompanying your
product.
Make a note of your TV model and serial
number before you contact Philips. These
numbers are printed on the back of the TV
and on the packaging.
Warning: Do not attempt to repair the TV
yourself. This may cause severe injury,
irreparable damage to your TV or void
your warranty.
General TV issues
The TV does not switch on:
 Disconnect the power cable from the
power outlet. Wait for one minute then
reconnect it.
 Check that the power cable is securely
connected.
 Check that the power switch at the
bottom/back of the TV is switched on.
The TV does not respond to remote
control or side controls when switched on
The TV requires some time to start up.
During this time, the TV will not respond to
the remote control or side controls. This is
normal behavior.
The standby light on the TV blinks red:
Disconnect the power cable from the power
outlet. Wait until the TV cools down before
reconnecting the power cable. If the blinking
reoccurs, contact Philips Consumer Care.
You forgot the code to unlock the child
lock feature:
Enter „8888‟.
The TV menu is in the wrong language:
Change the TV menu to your preferred
language.
For more information, see Set up the TV >
Change language settings > Menu language.
When turning the TV on/off/to standby,
you hear a creaking sound from the TV
chassis:
No action is required. The creaking sound is
normal expansion and contraction of the TV
as it cools and warms up. This does not
impact performance.
When the TV is in standby mode, a startup
splash screen is displayed, then returns to
standby mode:
This is normal behavior. The startup screen
is displayed when the TV is disconnected
from the mains and reconnected.
To switch on the TV from standby, press
on the remote control or press any key on
the side of the TV.
TV channel issues
Previously installed channels do not appear
in the channel list:
Check that the correct channel list is
selected.
No digital channels were found during the
installation:
Check that the TV supports SBTVD-T or
SATVD-T in your country. See the listed
countries on the back of the TV.
Picture issues
The TV is on, but there is no picture or the
picture is distorted:
 Check that the antenna is properly
connected to the TV.
 Check that the correct device is
selected as the TV source.
 Check that the external device or
source is properly connected.
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There is sound but no picture:
Check that the picture settings are correctly
set.
There is poor TV reception from an
antenna connection:
 Check that the antenna is properly
connected to the TV.
 Loud speakers, unearthed audio devices,
neon lights, high buildings and other
large objects can influence reception
quality. If possible, try to improve the
reception quality by changing the
antenna direction or moving devices
away from the TV.
 If reception on only one channel is
poor, fine tune this channel.
There is poor picture quality from
connected devices:
 Check that the devices are connected
properly.
 Check that the picture settings are
correctly set.
The TV did not save your picture settings:
Check that the TV location is set to the
home setting. This mode offers you the
flexibility to change and save settings.
The picture does not fit the screen; it is
too big or too small:
Try using a different picture format.
The picture position is incorrect:
Picture signals from some devices may not fit
the screen correctly. Check the signal output
of the device.
The picture from broadcasts is scrambled:
You may need to use a Conditional Access
Module to access content. Check with your
operator.
An "e-sticker" banner displaying
information appears on the TV display:
The TV is in [Shop] mode. Remove the
e-sticker by setting the TV to [Home] mode,
then restarting the TV. See Setup the TV >
Change other settings > TV location (Page
35) for more information.
The computer display on the TV is not
stable:
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Check that your PC uses the supported
resolution and refresh rate.
Set the TV picture format to unscaled.
Sound issues
There is picture but no sound from the TV:
If no audio signal is detected, the TV
automatically switches the audio output off
— this does not indicate malfunction.
 Check that all cables are properly
connected.
 Check that the volume is not set to 0.
 Check that the sound is not muted.
 Check that the TV speakers setting is
on in the sound menu.
 Check that the TV audio output is
connected to the audio input on the
HDMI CEC enabled/EasyLink-compliant
HTS device. Sound should be heard
from the HTS speakers.
There is picture but sound quality is poor:
Check that the sound settings are correctly
set.
There is picture but sound comes from
one speaker only:
Verify that sound balance is set to the
center.
HDMI connection issues
There are problems with HDMI devices:
 Note that HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection) support can
delay the time taken for a TV to display
content from a HDMI device.
 If the TV does not recognize the HDMI
device and no picture is displayed, try
switching the source from one device to
another and back again.
 If there are intermittent sound
disruptions, check that output settings
from the HDMI device are correct.
If you use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter or
HDMI to DVI cable, check that an
additional audio cable is connected to
AUDIO L/R or AUDIO IN (mini-jack
only).
You cannot use EasyLink features:
Check that your HDMI devices are
HDMI-CEC compatible. EasyLink features
only work with devices that are HDMI-CEC
compatible.
If a HDMI-CEC compliant audio device is
connected to the TV and the TV does not
display any mute or volume icon when the
volume is muted, increased or decreased.
This behavior is normal when a HDMI-CEC
audio device is connected.
Browse PC or Net TV access is slow.
Refer to your router's user manual for
information on transfer rate and other
factors of signal quality.
You need a high-speed Internet connection
for your router.
USB connection issues
USB device content is not displayed:
 Check that the USB storage device is
set to „Mass Storage Class‟ compliant, as
described in the storage device's
documentation.
 Check that the USB storage device is
compatible with the TV.
 Check that the audio and picture file
formats are supported by the TV.
Audio and picture files do not play or
display smoothly:
The transfer performance of the USB
storage device may limit the data transfer
rate to the TV, causing poor playback.
Network connection issues
(Applicable to certain models only.)
Net TV does not work
If the connection to the router is properly
set up, check the router connection to the
Internet.
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7 Technical data
Display resolutions
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Overview
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Product information is subject to change
without notice. For detailed product
information, go to
www.philips.com/support.
Power and reception
Power
 Mains power : AC 110-240V~,
50-60Hz
 Standby power : <0.15W
 Ambient temperature : 5 to 40 degree
Celsius
 For power consumption, see the
product specifications at ().
Reception
 Antenna input: 75ohm coaxial (F-type)
 TV system: PAL M, PAL N, NTSC M,
SATVD-T, SBTVD-T
 Video playback: NTSC, PAL
Display and sound
Picture / Display
 Display type: LCD Full HD W-UXGA
 Diagonal size:
- 32 inch / 81 cm
- 40 inch / 102 cm
- 46 inch / 117 cm
- 52 inch / 132 cm
 Aspect ratio: Widescreen 16:9
 Panel resolution: 1920x1080p, 100Hz
 1080p 24/25/30/50/60Hz processing
 120 Hz LCD
Sound
 Output power (RMS) : 20W
 Incredible Surround
 Clear Sound
 Dynamic Bass Enhancement
 Mono/Stereo
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Computer formats - HDMI
(Resolution - refresh rate)
640 x 480 - 60Hz
800 x 600 - 60Hz
1024 x 768 - 60Hz
1360 x 768 - 60Hz
1280 x 1024 - 60Hz
1600 x 1200 - 60Hz
1920 x 1080 - 60Hz
Computer formats - VGA
(Resolution - refresh rate)
640 x 480 - 60Hz
800 x 600 - 60Hz
1024 x 768 - 60Hz
1360 x 768 - 60Hz
1280 x 1024 - 60Hz
1600 x 1200 - 60Hz
1920 x 1080 - 60Hz
Video formats
(Resolution - refresh rate)
480i - 60Hz
480p - 60Hz
576i - 50Hz
576p - 50Hz
720p - 50Hz, 60Hz
1080i - 50Hz, 60Hz
1080p - 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60Hz
Multimedia
Supported multimedia connections
 USB (FAT or DOS-formatted; Mass
Storage Class compliant only)
 Ethernet UTP5
Supported image files
 JPEG (*.jpg)
Supported audio/video files*
AVI (*.avi):
video: MPEG-4 SP, MPEG-4 ASP
audio: MPEG Layer 2/3, AC3
MPEG (*.mpg, *.mpeg, *.vob):
video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2
WMV (*.wmv):
video: WMV9/VC1
WMA (*.wma):
audio: WMA (v2 to v9.2)
MKV (*.mkv):
video: H.264
audio: HE-AAC, AC3
*Multimedia file names must not exceed
128 characters.
Supported DLNA-compliant media server
software
 Windows Media Player (for Microsoft
Windows)
 Twonky Media (for Microsoft Windows
and Mac OS X)
 Sony Vaio Media Server (for Microsoft
Windows)
 TVersity (for Microsoft Windows)
 Nero MediaHome
 DiXiM (for Microsoft Windows XP)
 Macrovision Network Media Server (for
Microsoft Windows)
 Fuppes (for Linux)
 uShare (for Linux)
Supported DLNA audio/video files
WMV (*.wmv):
video: WMV9/VC1
MPEG (*.mp2, *.mp3, *.mpg, *.mpeg, *.vob):
audio: MPEG-1 Layer 2, MPEG-1 Layer 3,
LPCM, AC3
MPEG-4 (*.mp4):
video: MPEG-4 AVC (H.264, L2-CIF),
MPEG-4 AVC (H.264, L4-HD)
audio: AAC-LC, HE-AAC
MKV (*.mkv):
video: H.264
audio: HE-ACC, AC3
Connectivity
Rear
 AV IN (VIDEO and Audio L/R)
 CVI 2: Component Video (Y Pb Pr),
Audio L/R
 Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack*
 SERV.U: Service port
 Network: Ethernet
Bottom
 CVI 1: Component video (YPbPr),
Audio L/R
 HDMI (1) ARC: HDMI Audio Return
Channel
 HDMI (2) and HDMI (3)*: HDMI
*: Available in selected models only.
 DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: Coaxial
 AUDIO IN: DVI/VGA stereo 3.5mm
mini-jack
 Antenna: 75 ohm coaxial
 VGA: PC input
Side
 HDMI
 USB
Dimensions
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Note: Dimensions and weights are
approximate values only. Design and
specifications are subject to change without
notice.
The legends used to indicate the TV
dimensions are as follows:
( ) : 32 inch / 81 cm TV
{ } : 40 inch / 102 cm TV (For PFL56x5D/
PFL66x5D)
[ ] : 46 inch / 117 cm TV
(( )) : 40 inch / 102 cm TV (For PFL86x5D)
{{ }} : 52 inch / 132 cm TV
Make a note of the legend that corresponds
to your TV. Then, navigate to the next page
to view the dimensions.
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MPEG (*.mp2, *.mp3, *.mpg, *.mpeg, *.vob):
audio: MPEG-1 Layer 2, MPEG-1 Layer 3,
LPCM, AC3
MPEG-4 (*.mp4):
video: MPEG-4 AVC (H.264, L2-CIF, L4-HD)
audio: AAC-LC, HE-AAC
*Multimedia file names must not exceed
128 characters.
Supported audio/video files *
Use your TV legend to note the dimensions of your TV (with and without the stand).
Use your TV legend to note the thickness of your TV (with and without the stand).
Use your TV legend to note the weight of the TV with stand.
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Use your TV legend to note the weight of the TV without the stand.
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E
A
EasyLink, buttons
48
EasyLink, enable
47
Age rating
24
EasyLink, features
47
Ambilight
12
EasyLink, RC key forward
48
Ambilight settings
19
EasyLink, TV speakers
48
Ambilight, response speed
20
end of use
10
Ambilight, switch on
19
EPG, enable
23
audio lip sync
33
EPG, menu
23
EPG, overview
23
C
F
care
10
channel list
16
factory settings
28
channels, favorites
23
favorites list, add
23
channels, hide or unhide
28
favorites list, select
23
channels, rename
28
clock
33
closed caption text
23
hearing impaired
26
connect, PC network
29
home menu
16
connect, power
37
home mode
33
connect, USB
24
I
connectors, bottom
39
connectors, rear
38
connectors, side
39
controls, side
14
D
H
information, on Internet
13
information, on-screen
13
L
location, home or shop
33
location, stand or wall mount
33
Lounge light
20
default settings
28
demo
28
devices, add
19
M
devices, watch
19
dimensions
53
menu, add device
16
display resolution
52
menu, channel list
16
DTVi
26
menu, home
16
menu, options
17
menu, setup
16
multimedia, overview
52
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8 Index
multimedia, play files
24
sleeptimer
24
mute TV speakers
18
smart picture
18
smart sound
18
software, digital update
35
N
Net TV, browse
21
software, Internet update
35
Net TV, clear history
22
software, version
35
sound settings
28
specifications
52
standby
17
O
options menu
17
P
T
pc network settings
31
pc network, media server
31
pc network, wired
29
U
picture format
18
universal access, enable
picture settings
27
position TV
12
V
power
52
visually impaired
26
volume, adjust
18
volume, mute
18
R
recycle
10
register product
9
remote control, batteries
15
remote control, on-screen
15
remote control, overview
14
rename channels
28
S
safety
9
Scenea, enable
25
Scenea, lounge light
20
Scenea, upload picture
25
screen care
10
settings, assistant
27
settings, picture
27
settings, sound
28
shop mode
33
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technical specifications
52
25
W
websites
21
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All rights reserved.
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