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Contents
11.1 From a USB connection 32
1 Your new TV 3
12 Settings 34
1.1 EasyLink 3
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
12.6
12.7
2 Setting up 4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Read safety 4
TV stand and wall mounting 4
Tips on placement 4
Power cable 4
Antenna cable 5
Satellite dish 5
Tint 34
Custom tint 34
Brightness 34
Game or computer 34
Format and edges 34
Location 34
Sound 34
13 Specifications 37
3 Connections 6
3.1 Tips on connections 6
3.2 EasyLink HDMI CEC 7
3.3 Common interface - CAM 8
3.4 Set-top box - STB 8
3.5 Satellite receiver 8
3.6 Home Theatre System - HTS 9
3.7 Blu-ray Disc player 10
3.8 DVD player 10
3.9 Game console 11
3.10 USB flash drive 11
3.11 Photo camera 11
3.12 Camcorder 11
3.13 Computer 11
3.14 Headphones 12
13.1 Environmental 37
13.2 Reception for PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9 37
13.3 Reception for PxKxxx9 38
13.4 Display 38
13.5 Power 38
13.6 Dimensions and weights_4009/41x9/4209 39
13.7 Dimensions and weights_43x9 39
13.8 Dimensions and weights_5219 40
13.9 Dimensions and weights_5109 40
13.10 Connectivity_20"-28"_4009/4109/4209/5219 40
13.11 Connectivity_32"-39"_41x9 41
13.12 Connectivity_40"-50"_41x9 41
13.13 Connectivity_32"-55"_4309/5109/5209 41
13.14 Sound 42
13.15 Multimedia 42
4 Switch on 13
14 Software 43
4.1 On or Standby 13
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
5 Remote control 14
5.1 Key overview 14
5.2 Batteries 14
5.3 Cleaning 15
15 Troubleshooting and support 62
15.1
15.2
15.3
15.4
15.5
6 TV channels 16
6.1 Watching TV channels 16
6.2 Channel installation 19
7 Satellite channels 23
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
Software update 43
Software version 43
Open source software 43
Open source license 43
Troubleshooting 62
Register 63
Help 63
Online help 63
Consumer Care / Repair 63
16 Safety and care 65
Watching satellite channels 23
Satellite channel list 23
Favourite satellite channels 23
Lock satellite channels 24
Satellite installation 25
Problems with satellites 27
16.1 Safety 65
16.2 Screen care 66
17 Terms of use, copyrights and licenses 67
17.1 Terms of use 67
17.2 Copyrights and licenses 67
8 TV guide 29
Index 69
8.1 Using the TV guide 29
9 Sources 30
9.1 Sources list 30
9.2 From standby 30
9.3 EasyLink 30
10 Timers and clock 31
10.1 Sleep timer 31
10.2 Clock 31
10.3 Auto switch off 31
11 Your photos, videos and music 32
2
1
Your new TV
1.1
EasyLink
With EasyLink you can operate a connected device, like a Bluray
Disc player, with the remote control of the TV.
EasyLink uses HDMI CEC to communicate with the connected
devices.
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- 47Pxx5209 - VESA MIS-F 400x400, M6
- 55Pxx5209 - VESA MIS-F 400x400, M6
2
Setting up
To fix the bracket securely, use screws with a length indicated in
the drawing.
2.1
Read safety
Read the safety instructions first before you use the TV.
In Help, go to Safety and care > Safety.
2.2
TV stand and wall mounting
TV stand
You can find the instructions for mounting the TV stand in the
Quick Start Guide that came with the TV. In case you lost this
guide, you can download it from www.philips.com.
Caution
Wall mounting the TV requires special skills and should only be
performed by qualified personnel. The TV wall mounting should
meet safety standards according to the TV's weight. Also read
the safety precautions before positioning the TV.
TP Vision Europe B.V. bears no responsibility for improper
mounting or any mounting that results in accident or injury.
Use the product type number of the TV to look for the Quick
Start Guide to download.
Wall mounting
2.3
Your TV is also prepared for a VESA-compliant wall
mount bracket (sold separately).
Use the following VESA code when purchasing the wall mount .
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Tips on placement
- Position the TV where light does not shine directly on the
screen.
- Position the TV up to 15 cm away from the wall.
- The ideal distance to watch TV is 3 times its diagonal screen
size. When seated, your eyes should be level with the centre of
the screen.
- 20Pxx4109 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
- 22Pxx4109 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
- 23Pxx4009 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
- 24Pxx4109 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
- 28Pxx4109 - VESA MIS-F 100x100, M4
- 32Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 39Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 40Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 42Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 47Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 50Pxx41x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x400, M6
- 22Pxx4209 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
- 24Pxx5219 - VESA MIS-F 75x75, M4
2.4
- 32Pxx43x9 - VESA MIS-F 100x100, M4
- 40Pxx43x9 - VESA MIS-F 200x200, M4
- 50Pxx43x9 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
Power cable
- Insert the power cable into the POWER connector on the
back of the TV.
- Make sure the power cable is securely inserted in the
connector.
- Make sure that the power plug, in the wall socket, is accessible
at all times.
- 32Pxx5109 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 40Pxx5109 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 48Pxx5109 - VESA MIS-F 400x200, M6
- 55Pxx5109 - VESA MIS-F 400x400, M6
- 42Pxx5209 - VESA MIS-F 200x200, M6
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- When you unplug the power cable, always pull the plug, never
pull the cable.
2.6
Satellite dish
Attach the satellite F-type connector to the satellite connection
SAT at the back of the TV.
- Only for TVs with a built-in satellite tuner.
For 22PFx4209
Although this TV has a very low standby power consumption,
unplug the power cable to save energy if you do not use the TV
for a long period of time.
2.5
Antenna cable
Insert the antenna plug firmly into the ANTENNA socket at the
back of the TV.
You can connect your own antenna or an antenna signal from
an antenna distribution system. Use an IEC Coax 75 Ohm RF
antenna connector.
Use this antenna connection for DVB-T and DVB-C input
signals.
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3
EasyLink HDMI CEC
Connections
If your devices are connected with HDMI and have EasyLink, you
can operate them with the TV remote control. EasyLink HDMI
CEC must be switched On on the TV and the connected
device.
3.1
Tips on connections
DVI to HDMI
Use a DVI to HDMI adapter if your device only has a DVI
connection. Use one of the HDMI connections and add an
Audio L/R cable (mini-jack 3.5mm) to Audio In for sound, on
the back of the TV.
Connectivity guide
Always connect a device to the TV with the highest quality
connection available. Also, use good quality cables to ensure a
good transfer of picture and sound.
Copy protection
If you need help to connect several devices to the TV, you
can visit the Philips TV connectivity guide. The guide
offers information on how to connect and which cables to use.
DVI and HDMI cables support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital
Content Protection). HDCP is a copy protection signal that
prevents copying content from a DVD disc or Blu-ray Disc. Also
referred to as DRM (Digital Rights Management).
Go to www.connectivityguide.philips.com
HDMI ARC
Antenna
HDMI 1 connection on the TV have HDMI ARC (Audio Return
Channel). If the device, typically a Home Theatre System (HTS),
also has the HDMI ARC connection, connect it to HDMI 1 on
this TV. With the HDMI ARC connection, you do not need to
connect the extra audio cable that sends the sound of the TV
picture to the HTS. The HDMI ARC connection combines both
signals.
If you have a Set-top box (a digital receiver) or Recorder,
connect the antenna cables to run the antenna signal through
the Set-top box and/or Recorder first before it enters the TV. In
this way, the antenna and the Set-top box can send possible
additional channels to the Recorder to record.
In case you prefer to switch off ARC on the HDMI connections,
press  and select Setup and press OK. Select TV
settings > Sound > Advanced > HDMI 1 - ARC.
Scart
SCART is a good quality connection. The SCART connection
can be used for CVBS and RGB video signals but cannot be used
for High Definition (HD) TV signals. The SCART connection
combines video and audio signals.
Use the SCART adapter cable to connect your device.
HDMI
HDMI CEC
An HDMI connection has the best picture and sound quality.
One HDMI cable combines video and audio signals. Use an
HDMI cable for High Definition (HD) or Full HD (FHD) TV
signals. For best signal quality transfer, use a High speed HDMI
cable and do not use an HDMI cable longer than 5 m.
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respective owners.
Audio Out - Optical
Audio Out - Optical is a high quality sound connection. This
optical connection can carry 5.1 audio channels. If your device,
typically a Home Theatre System (HTS), has no HDMI ARC
connection, you can use this connection with the Audio In Optical connection on the HTS. The Audio Out - Optical
connection sends the sound from the TV to the HTS.
Operate devices
To operate a device connected to HDMI and set up with
EasyLink, select the device - or its activity - in the list of TV
connections. Press  SOURCES, select a device connected to
an HDMI connection and press OK.
EasyLink HDMI CEC
Once the device is selected, the TV remote control can control
the device. However  and  OPTIONS keys and some
other TV keys are not forwarded to the device.
If the key you need is not on the TV remote control, you can
select the key in the Options menu.
Press  OPTIONS and select Controls in the menu bar. On
the screen, select the device key you need and press OK.
Some very specific device keys might not be available in the
Controls menu.
EasyLink
Note: Only devices that support EasyLink Remote
Control function will respond to the TV remote control.
You can set the type of the audio out signal to fit the audio
capabilities of your Home Theatre System.
If the sound does not match the video on screen, you can adjust
the audio to video synchronization.
3.2
With EasyLink you can operate a connected device with the TV
remote control. EasyLink uses HDMI CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control) to communicate with the connected
devices. Devices must support HDMI CEC and must be
connected with an HDMI connection.
EasyLink settings
The TV comes with all EasyLink settings switched on. You can
switch off any EasyLink setting independently.
EasyLink
To switch off EasyLink completely . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > EasyLink.
3. Select EasyLink.
4. Select Off and press OK.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
EasyLink setup
The TV comes with EasyLink switched on. Make sure that all
HDMI CEC settings are properly set up on the connected
EasyLink devices. EasyLink might not work with devices from
other brands.
EasyLink Remote Control
If you want devices to communicate but you don't want to
operate them with the TV remote control, you can switch off
EasyLink remote control separately.
You can control multiple HDMI-CEC compliant devices with
your TV remote control.
HDMI CEC on other brands
The HDMI CEC functionality has different names on different
brands. Some examples are: Anynet, Aquos Link, Bravia Theatre
Sync, Kuro Link, Simplink and Viera Link. Not all brands are fully
compatible with EasyLink.
In the EasyLink settings menu, select EasyLink Remote
Control and select Off.
Example HDMI CEC branding names are property of their
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One-touch standby
It may take a few minutes before the CAM is activated.
Removing the CAM will deactivate the broadcast service on TV.
If a CAM is inserted and subscription fees are paid, (connection
methods can differ), you can watch the TV broadcast. The
inserted CAM is exclusively for your TV.
When you press  on the TV remote control, the TV and all
HDMI-CEC compliant devices switch to standby mode.
3.4
One-touch play
When you play an HDMI-CEC compliant device, the TV
switches on from standby and switches to the correct source.
Set-top box - STB
System audio control
If you connect an HDMI-CEC compliant device that includes
speakers through the HDMI ARC connector, you can choose to
hear the TV audio from those speakers instead of the TV
speakers.
Use 2 antenna cables to connect the antenna to the Set-top box
(a digital receiver) and the TV.
3.3
Common interface - CAM
CI+
This TV is ready for the CI+ Conditional Access.
With CI+ you can watch premium HD programmes, like movies
and sports, offered by digital TV broadcasters in your region.
These programmes are scrambled by the TV broadcaster and
descrambled with a prepaid CI+ module.
Digital TV broadcasters provide this CI+ module (Conditional
Access Module - CAM) when you subscribe to their premium
programmes. These programmes have a high level of copy
protection.
Next to the antenna connections, add an HDMI cable to
connect the Set-top box to the TV.
Alternatively, you can use a SCART cable if the Set-top box has
no HDMI connection.
Auto switch off
Switch off this automatic timer, if you only use the remote
control of the Set-top box. Do this to prevent the TV from
switching off automatically after a 4 hour period without a key
press on the remote control of the TV.
Contact a digital TV broadcaster for more information on terms
and conditions.
To switch off the Switch off timer, press  and select Setup and
press OK.
Select TV settings > General settings > Auto switch off and
set the slider bar to Off.
CAM
Insert a CAM module
3.5
Switch off the TV before inserting a CAM.
Look on the CAM for the correct method of insertion. Incorrect
insertion can damage the CAM and TV.
Satellite receiver
- Only for TVs with a built-in satellite tuner.
Connect the dish antenna cable to the Satellite receiver.
Use the Common Interface slot on the TV to insert the CAM
card.
With the front of the card facing to you, gently insert the CAM
as far as it will go.
Leave the card in the slot permanently.
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Next to the antenna connection, add an HDMI cable to connect
the device to the TV.
Alternatively, you can use a SCART cable if the device has no
HDMI connection.
If the Home Theatre System has no HDMI ARC connection,
add an optical audio cable (Toslink) to send the sound of the TV
picture to the Home Theatre System.
Auto switch off
Switch off this automatic timer, if you only use the remote
control of the Set-top box. Do this to prevent the TV from
switching off automatically after a 4 hour period without a key
press on the remote control of the TV.
To switch off the Switch off timer, press  and select Setup and
press OK.
Select TV settings > General settings > Auto switch off and
set the slider bar to Off.
Audio to video synchronisation (sync)
If the sound does not match the video on screen, you can set a
delay on most Home Theatre Systems with a disc player to
match the sound with the video.
3.6
Home Theatre System - HTS
Connect HTS
Audio Out settings
Use an HDMI cable to connect a Home Theatre System (HTS)
to the TV. You can connect a Philips Soundbar or an HTS with a
built-in disc player.
Alternatively, you can use a SCART cable if the device has no
HDMI connection.
Audio Out delay
With a Home Theatre System (HTS) connected to the TV, the
picture on TV and the sound from the HTS should be
synchronised.
HDMI ARC
Automatic audio to video sync
If your Home Theatre System has an HDMI ARC connection,
you can use any HDMI connection on the TV to connect. With
HDMI ARC, you do not need to connect the extra audio cable.
The HDMI ARC connection combines both signals.
All HDMI connections on the TV can offer the Audio Return
Channel (ARC) signal. But once you connected the Home
Theatre System, the TV can only send the ARC signal to this
HDMI connection.
With recent Philips Home Theatre Systems, the audio to video
sync is automatically synchronised and always correct.
Audio sync delay
For some Home Theatre Systems you might need to adjust the
audio sync delay to synchronise the audio to video. On the HTS,
increase the delay value until there is a match between picture
and sound. A delay value of 180ms may be required. Read the
user manual of the HTS. With a delay value set up on the HTS,
you need to switch off Audio Out delay on the TV.
To switch off the Audio Out delay . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Audio out delay.
3. Select Off and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
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Audio Out offset
Problems with HTS sound
If you cannot set a delay on the Home Theatre System, you can
set the TV to sync the sound. You can set an offset that
compensates the time necessary for the Home Theatre System
to process the sound of the TV picture. You can set the value in
steps of 1ms. Maximum setting is 12ms. The Audio out delay
setting should be switched on.
Sound with loud noise
If you watch a video from a plugged in USB flash drive or
connected computer, the sound from your Home Theatre
System might be distorted.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Audio out
format.
To synchronise the sound on the TV . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Audio out offset.
3. Use the slider bar to set the sound offset and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
No sound
If you cannot hear the sound from the TV on your Home
Theatre System, check the following . . .
- Check if you connected the HDMI cable to a HDMI
ARC connection on the Home Theatre System. All HDMI
connections on the TV are HDMI ARC connections.
Audio Out format
If you have a Home Theatre System (HTS)
with multichannel sound processing capabilities like Dolby
Digital, DTS® or similar, set the Audio out format to
Multichannel. With Multichannel, the TV can send the
compressed multichannel sound signal from a TV channel or
connected player to the Home Theatre System. If you have a
Home Theatre System without multichannel sound processing,
select Stereo.
- Check if the HDMI ARC setting on the TV is switched On.
Go to  > Setup > TV settings > Sound > Advanced > HDMI
1 -ARC.
3.7
Blu-ray Disc player
To set the Audio Out format . . .
Use a High speed HDMI cable to connect the Blu-ray Disc
player to the TV.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Audio out
format.
3. Select Multichannel or Stereo.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Audio Out levelling
Use the Audio Out leveling setting to level the volume
(loudness) of the TV and the Home Theatre System when you
switch over from one to another. Volume differences can be
caused by differences in sound processing.
If the Blu-ray Disc player has EasyLink HDMI CEC, you can
operate the player with the TV remote control.
To level the difference in volume . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Audio out
leveling.
3. If the volume difference is large, select More. If the volume
difference is small, select Less.
Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
3.8
DVD player
Audio Out leveling affects both the Audio Out - Optical and
HDMI ARC sound signals.
Use an HDMI cable to connect the DVD player to the TV.
Alternatively, you can use a SCART cable, if the device has no
HDMI connection.
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content.
If the contents list does not appear automatically, press 
SOURCE, select USB and press OK.
To stop watching the USB flash drive content, press  EXIT or
select another activity.
To disconnect the USB flash drive, you can pull out the flash
drive anytime.
3.11
If the DVD player is connected with HDMI and has EasyLink
CEC, you can operate the player with the TV remote control.
Photo camera
To view photos stored on your digital photo camera, you can
connect the camera directly to the TV.
3.9
Use one of the USB connections on the TV to connect. Switch
on the camera after you made the connection.
Game console
HDMI
For best quality, connect the game console with an High speed
HDMI cable to the TV
If the contents list does not appear automatically, press 
SOURCE, select USB and press OK.
Your camera might need to be set to transfer its content with
PTP (Picture Transfer Protocol). Read the user manual of the
digital photo camera.
3.12
3.10
Camcorder
USB flash drive
HDMI
You can view photos or play your music and videos from a
connected USB flash drive.
For best quality, use an HDMI cable to connect the camcorder
to the TV.
Insert a USB flash drive in one of the USB connections on the
TV while the TV is switched on.
The TV detects the flash drive and opens a list showing its
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3.13
3.14
Computer
Headphones
Connect
You can connect a set of headphones to  connection on the
TV. The connection is a mini-jack 3.5mm. You can adjust the
volume of the headphones separately.
You can connect your computer to the TV and use the TV as a
PC monitor.
To adjust the volume . . .
With HDMI
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
Use an HDMI cable to connect the computer to the TV.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Headphone volume and
press OK.
3. Press  (up) or  (down) to adjust the volume.
With DVI to HDMI
4. Press , repeatedly if necessay, to close the menu.
Alternatively, you can use a DVI to HDMI adapter to connect
the PC to HDMI and an audio L/R cable (mini-jack 3.5mm) to
AUDIO IN L/R on the back of the TV.
Settings
Ideal monitor setting
If your computer is added as a Computer type of device in the
Source menu (the list of connections), the TV is set to the ideal
Computer setting automatically.
If you use your computer to watch movies or use it to play
games, you might want to set the TV back to the ideal TV
watching or gaming setting.
To set the TV to the ideal setting manually . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Advanced > Game or
compter and press OK.
3. Select Game (for gaming) or select Computer (for watching a
movie) and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Remember to set the Game or computer setting back
to Computer when you stop playing the game.
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4
Switch on
4.1
On or Standby
Make sure you plugged in the mains power on the back of the
TV before you switch on the TV.
If the red indicator light is off, press the power button on the
side of the TV to put the TV in standby - the red indicator will
light up.
With the TV in standby, press  on the remote control to
switch the TV On.
Switch to standby
To switch the TV to standby, press  on the remote control.
Switch Off
To switch the TV Off, press the power button on the side of the
TV. The red indicator light is off. The TV is still connected to the
mains power but consumes a minimum of energy.
To switch off the TV completely, disconnect the power plug.
When disconnecting the power plug, always pull the power plug,
never the cord. Ensure that you have full access to the power
plug, power cord and outlet socket at all times.
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To switch back to the previous channel you selected.
To close a menu without changing a setting.
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Remote control
5.  HOME
To open or close the home menu.
5.1
Key overview
6.  EXIT
To switch back to watching TV.
Top
7.  OPTIONS
To open or close the Options menu.
8. OK key
To confirm a selection or setting.
9. Arrow / navigation keys
To navigate up, down, left or right.
10.  LIST
To open or close the channel list.
1.  Standby / On
To switch the TV On or back to Standby.
Bottom
2. Playback keys
- Play , to playback.
- Pause , to pause playback
- Stop , to stop playback
- Rewind , to rewind
- Fast forward , to go fast forward
3.  TV GUIDE
To open or close the TV guide.
4.  SETUP
To open the Settings menu.
5.  FORMAT
To open or close the Picture format menu.
1.  Volume
To adjust the volume level.
2. Number keys and text keypad
To select a TV channel directly or to enter text.
Middle
3. SUBTITLE
To switch subtitles on, off or Automatic.
4.  Channel
To switch to the next or previous channel in the channel list, to
open the next or previous page in Text or start the next or
previous chapter on a disc.
5.  Mute
To mute the sound or to restore it.
6. TEXT
To open or close Text / Teletext.
1.  SOURCES
To open or close the Sources menu - the list of connected
devices.
2. Colour keys
The buttons function follow the on-screen instructions.
3.  INFO
To open or close programme info.
4.  BACK
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5.2
Batteries
1. Slide the battery door in the direction shown by the arrow.
2. Replace the old batteries with 2
type AAA-LR03-1.5V batteries. Make sure the + and the - ends
of the batteries line up correctly.
3. Reposition the battery door.
4. Slide it back until it clicks.
Remove the batteries if you are not using the remote control for
a long time.
Safely dispose of your old batteries according to the end of use
directions.
5.3
Cleaning
Your remote control is treated with a scratch-resistant coating.
To clean the remote control, use a soft damp cloth. Never use
substances such as alcohol, chemicals or household cleaners on
the remote control.
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6
Channel list
TV channels
View all channel list
6.1
1. While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open the
channel list.
2. Press  OPTIONS to open Option menu.
3. Select List, then you can select All, Favourites, Radio, and
New channels.
Watching TV channels
Switch channels
To watch TV channels, press . The TV tunes to the TV
channel you last watched.
Favourite channels
Alternatively, press  to open the Home menu and select
TV and press OK.
You can create a favourite channel list that only holds the
channels you want to watch. With the Favourite channel list
selected, you will only see your favourite channels when you
switch through channels.
Create your favourite channel list
To switch back to the previously tuned channel, press .
1. While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open the
channel list.
2. Select the channel to mark as favourite and
press  OPTIONS.
3. Select Add favourites and press OK. The selected channel is
marked with a .
4. To finish, press . The channels are added to the Favourites
list.
5. To remove a channel from the favourites list, select the
channel with a , then press  OPTIONS, select Remove
favourites and press OK.
To switch to a channel from a channel list
Reorder
While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open the
channel lists.
You can reorder — reposition — channels in the Favourite
channel list.
To switch channels, press   or  . If you know the
channel number, type in the number with the number keys.
Press OK after you entered the number to switch channel.
1. In the channel list Favourites, highlight the channel you want
to reposition.
2. Press  OPTIONS.
3. Select Reorder and press OK.
4. Select the channel to reorder and press OK.
5. Press the Navigation buttons to move the highlighted channel
to another location and press OK.
6. Once complete, press  OPTIONS.
7. Select Exit reorder and press OK.
The channel list can have several pages with channels. To view
the next or previous page, press  + or  .
To close the channel lists without switching channel, press 
LIST again.
You can highlight another channel and do the same.
Add or remove favourites in other channel lists
You can mark channels and radio stations as favourites from the
All, Radio and New channel list.
In these lists, highlight a channel you want to add to the favourite
list and press  OPTIONS. Select Add favourites and press
OK.
The selected channel is marked with a .
To remove a channel from the favourites list, select Remove
favourites and press OK.
Radio channels
If digital broadcasting is available, digital radio station are installed
during installation. Switch to a radio channel just like you switch
to a TV channel.
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1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings > Child lock > Change code and
press OK.
3. If a code is set already, enter the current Child lock code and
then enter the new code twice.
Rename channels
You can rename channels in the channel list.
1. Select the channel you want to rename in one of the channel
lists.
2. Press  OPTIONS.
3. Select Rename and press OK.
The new code is set.
Forgotten your code?
To override and enter a new child lock code in case you forget
it, enter 8888.
Lock a channel
To prevent children from watching a channel or a programme,
you can lock channels or lock age rated programmes.
Picture format
Lock a channel
If black bars appear on top and bottom or on both sides of the
picture, you can adjust the picture format to a format that fills
the screen.
You can lock a channel to prevent children from watching it. To
watch a locked channel you need to enter the Child lock code.
You cannot lock programmes from connected devices.
To change the picture format . . .
To lock a channel . . .
1. While watching a TV channel, press  to open the Picture
format menu.
2. Select a format from the list and press OK.
1. While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open the
Channel list.
2. In any list, select the channel you want to lock.
3. Press  OPTIONS and select Lock channel. In a channel list,
a locked channel is marked with a lock .
The following format can be available according the picture on
screen . . .
- Auto
Adjust the picture format according to the input source.
To unlock a channel, select the locked channel in the channel list,
press  OPTIONS , then select Unlock channel. You will need
to enter the Child lock code.
- Super zoom
Removes the black bars on the side of 4:3 broadcasts. The
picture is adjusted to fit the screen.
Parental rating
To prevent children from watching a programme not suitable for
their age, you can use an age rating.
- Movie expand 16:9
Scale 4:3 format to 16:9. Not recommended for HD or PC.
Some digital broadcasters have age rated their programmes.
When the age rating of a programme is equal to or higher than
the age you have set as age rating for your child, the programme
will be locked.
To watch a locked programme you must enter the child lock
code. The parental age rating is set for all channels.
- Wide screen
Stretches the picture to a 16:9 format.
- Unscaled
Expert mode for HD or PC input. Pixel for pixel display. Black
bars may appear with pictures from a computer.
- 4:3
Display the classic 4:3 format.
To set an age rating . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings > Child lock > Parental rating and
press OK.
3. Enter a 4-digit Child lock code. Enter a 4-digit Child lock code
and confirm. Now you can set an age rating.
4. Set the age and press OK.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
6. To switch off the parental age rating, select None as age
setting.
Text / Teletext
Text pages
To open Text (Teletext) while you are watching TV channels,
press TEXT.
To close Text, press TEXT again.
The TV will ask for the code to unlock the programme. For
some broadcasters / operators, the TV only locks programmes
with a higher rating.
Set or change the lock code
To set the lock code or to change the current code . . .
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Select a Text page
Text options
To select a page . . .
In Text, press  OPTIONS to select the following . . .
1. Enter the page number with the number keys.
2. Use the arrow keys to navigate.
3. Press a colour key to select a colour-coded subject at the
bottom of the screen.
- Freeze page / Unfreeze page
To stop the automatic rotation of subpages.
- Dual screen / Full screen
To show the TV channel and Text alongside each other.
Text sub-pages
- T.O.P. overview
To open T.O.P. Text.
A Text page number can hold several subpages. The subpage
numbers are shown on a bar next to the main page number.
To select a subpage, press  or .
- Enlarge / Normal view
To enlarge the Text page for comfortable reading.
T.O.P. Text pages
- Reveal
To unhide hidden information on a page.
Some broadcasters offer T.O.P. Text.
To open T.O.P. Text pages within Text, press  OPTIONS
and select T.O.P. overview.
- Cycle subpages
To cycle subpages when these are available.
Favourite pages
- Language
To switch the group of characters that Text uses to display
correctly.
The TV makes a list of the last 10 Text pages you opened. You
can easily reopen them again in the Favourite Text pages
column.
- Text 2.5
To activate the Text 2.5 for more colours and better graphics.
1. In Text, select the star in the top left corner of the screen to
show the column of favourite pages.
2. Press  (down) or  (up) to select a page number and press
OK to open the page.
Text setup
You can clear the list with the option Clear favourite pages.
Text language
Search Text
Some digital TV broadcasters have several Text languages
available.
To set your primary and secondary Text language . . .
You can select a word and scan Text for all occurences of this
word.
1. Open a Text page and press OK.
2. Select a word or number with the arrow keys.
3. Press OK again to jump immediately to the next occurence of
this word or number.
4. Press OK again to jump to the subsequent occurence.
5. To stop searching, press  (up) until nothing is selected.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings > Languages.
3. Select Primary Teletext or Secondary Teletext.
4. Select your preferred Text languages.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Text from a connected device
If available, Text 2.5 offers more colours and better graphics.
Text 2.5 is activated as a standard factory setting.
To switch off Text 2.5 . . .
Text 2.5
Some devices that receive TV channels can also offer Text.
To open Text from a connected device . . .
1. Press TEXT.
2. While watching the teletext, press  OPTIONS.
3. Select Text 2.5 > Off.
4.Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
1. Press , select the device and press OK.
2. While watching a channel on the device, press  OPTIONS,
select Show device keys and select the  key and press OK.
3. Press  to hide the device keys.
4. To close Text, press  again.
Digital Text (UK only)
Subtitles and languages
Some digital broadcasters offer dedicated Digital Text or
interactive TV on their digital TV channels. This includes normal
Text using the number, colour and arrow keys to select and
navigate.
Subtitles
Switch subtitles on
To close Digital Text, press .
To open the Subtitle menu, press SUBTITLE.
You can set subtitles to Subtitles off, Subtitles on, or Automatic.
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To show subtitles when the broadcasted programme is not in
your language — the language you set for the TV,
select Automatic. Also, this setting will show subtitles when you
mute the sound with .
For analogue channels, subtitles must be made available in Text.
To set the primary and secondary audio language . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings and select Languages.
3. Select Primary audio language or Secondary
audio language and press OK.
4. Select a language and press OK.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To select an audio language when none of your preferred audio
language is available . . .
1. Press  OPTIONS.
2. Select Audio language and select an audio language you want
temporarily and press OK.
Subtitles for digital channels
Audio languages for the hearing and visually impaired
There is no need to set subtitles in Text for digital channels.
Digital channels can offer several subtitle languages for a
programme. You can set a preferred primary and secondary
subtitle language. If subtitles in one of these languages are
available, the TV will show them.
If none of the preferred subtitle languages are available, you can
select another subtitle language which is available.
Some digital TV channels broadcast special audio and subtitles
adapted for people who are hearing or visually impaired.
Menu language
To change the language or the TV menus and messages . . .
To set the primary and secondary subtitle language . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Menu language and
press OK.
3. Select the language you want and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings and select Languages.
3. Select Primary subtitle language or Secondary
subtitle language and press OK.
4. Select a language and press OK.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To select a subtitle language when none of your preferred
languages are available . . .
6.2
Channel installation
1. Press  OPTIONS.
2. Select Subtitle language and select a language you want
temporarily and press OK.
Update channels
Subtitles for analogue channels
Automatic update
For analogue channels, you need to make the subtitles available
for each channel manually.
If you receive digital channels, you can set the TV to
automatically update the list with new channels.
Alternatively, you can start a channel update yourself.
1. Switch to a channel and press TEXT to open Text.
2. Enter the page number for subtitles, usually 888.
3. Press TEXT again, to close Text.
Automatic channel update
Once a day, at 6 AM, the TV updates the channels and stores
new channels. New channels are stored in the All channels list
but also in the New channels list. Empty channels are removed.
If new channels are found or if channels are updated or
removed, a message is shown at TV start up. The TV must be in
standby to automatically update channels.
If you select On in the Subtitle menu when watching this
analogue channel, subtitles will be shown if available.
To know if a channel is analogue or digital, switch to the channel
and open Status in the Options menu.
To switch off the message at start up . . .
Audio languages
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings and press OK.
3. Select Channel installation > Channel update message > Off.
Digital TV channels can broadcast audio with several spoken
languages for a programme. You can set a preferred primary and
secondary audio language. If audio in one of these languages is
available, the TV will switch to this audio.
If none of the preferred audio languages is available, you can
select another audio language which is available.
To switch off the Automatic channel update . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings and press OK.
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3. Select Channel installation > Automatic channel update >
Off.
3. Press OK to confirm.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Start an update
To start an update yourself . . .
Channel list copy
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for channels and press OK.
3. Select Update channels and follow the instructions on screen.
The update may take a few minutes.
Introduction
Channel list copy is intended for dealers and expert users. In
some countries, Channel list copy is only availble for copying
satellite channels.
In certain countries, the Automatic channel update is done while
watching TV or any moment when the TV is in standby.
With Channel list copy, you can copy the channels installed on
one TV onto another Philips TV of the same range. With
Channel list copy, you avoid the time-consuming channel search
by uploading a predefined channel list on a TV. Use a USB flash
drive of minimum 1 GB.
New channels
New channels added with the automatic channel update are
easy to find in the channel list New. The same new channels are
also stored in the All or Radio channel list.
Conditions
- Both TVs are from the same year range.
- Both TVs have the same hardware type. Check the hardware
type on the TV type plate on the back of the TV. Typically
noted as Q . . . LA
- Both TVs have compatible software versions.
New channels are kept in the channel list New as long as you
don't mark them as a favourite or tune to them.
Reinstall channels
Current version
You can search for and reinstall channels and leave all other TV
settings untouched. Alternatively, you can do a full new TV
installation.
You can check the current version of the TV software
with Current software info in  > Setup > Software settings.
If a child lock code is set, you will need to enter this code before
you can reinstall channels.
Copy channel list
Reinstall channels
To copy a channel list . . .
To reinstall the channels only . . .
1. Switch on the TV which has its channels installed. Plug in a
USB memory device.
2. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
3. Select TV settings > General settings > Copy channel
list > Copy to USB and press OK. To copy the channel list
from this TV, you might be asked to enter the Child lock code
you entered during the installation.
4. When copying is done, unplug the USB memory device.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for channels > Re-install Channels and press
OK.
3. Select the country where you install the TV.
4. Select Antenna (DVB-T) or Cable (DVB-C). The channel
search may take a few minutes. Follow the instructions on
screen.
Now you can upload the copied channel list onto another
Philips TV.
Full installation
To redo a full TV installation . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Reinstall TV and
press OK. The installation may take a few minutes. Follow the
instructions on screen.
Upload channel list
Upload a copied channel list
Depending on whether your TV is already installed or not, you
must use a different way to upload a channel list.
Factory settings
Factory settings sets the TV back to the original TV settings for
picture and sound. To switch back to the original Factory
settings . . .
To a TV that is not yet installed
1. Plug in the power plug to start the installation and select
language and country. You can skip Search for channels. Finish
the installation.
2. Plug in the USB memory device that holds the channel list of
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Factory settings and
press OK.
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the other TV.
3. To start the channel list upload, press  and select Setup and
press OK.
4. Select TV settings > General settings > Copy channel list >
Copy to TV and press OK. You might be asked to enter the
Child lock code of this TV.
5. The TV notifies you if the channel list is copied to the TV
successfully. Unplug the USB memory device.
Manual.
To an already installed TV
DVB-T + DVB-C
1. Verify the country setting of the TV. (To verify this setting,
press  and select Setup and press OK. Select Search for
channels > Reinstall channels and press OK. Press  and later
Cancel to leave the Search for channels.)
If the country is correct continue with step 2.
If the country is not correct, you need to start a reinstallation. To
start the reinstallation, press  and select Setup and press OK.
Select TV settings > General settings > Re-install TV > OK.
Select the correct country and skip the Search for channels.
Finish the installation. When done, continue with step 2.
2. Plug in the USB memory device that holds the channel list of
the other TV.
3. To start the channel list upload, press  and select Setup and
press OK.
4. Select TV settings > General settings > Copy channel list >
Copy to TV and press OK. You might be asked to enter the
Child lock code of this TV.
5. The TV notifies you if the channel list is copied to the TV
successfully. Unplug the USB memory device.
If you can use a DVB-T antenna input but also a DVB-C input,
you can set up your TV for both DVB-T and DVB-C. Install one
system followed by the other with the necessary settings.
Once each system is installed, you need to switch the antenna
input signal on the Antenna connection on the back of the TV
and set the TV in the appropriate system to view the installed
channels on TV.
To select the DVB-T or DVB-C setting, see above.
Channel number conflicts
In some countries, different TV channels (broadcasters) might
have the same channel number. While installing, the TV shows
the list with channel number conflicts. You need to select which
TV channel you want to install on a channel number with
multiple TV channels.
DVB settings
Access DVB settings
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for channels and press OK.
3. Select Re-install Channels.
4. Select the country where you install this TV.
5. Select Cable (DVB-C).
6. Select Start to search channels, or select Settings for DVB-C
settings.
7. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
DVB-T or DVB-C
DVB-T or DVB-C reception
Symbol rate mode
If both DVB-T and DVB-C reception is available in your country
and if this TV is ready to receive DVB-T and DVB-C for your
country, you have selected one or the other during the channel
installation.
If your cable provider did not give you a specific symbol rate
value to install the TV channels, leave the Symbol rate mode
setting on Automatic.
If you received a specific symbol rate value, select Manual.
However, the value you received could be in the predefined list
of symbol rates already. Select Predefined symbol rates to
check if your value is available automatically.
If you want to change the DVB setting to start a new channel
installation . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings and press OK.
3. Select Channel installation > Antenna connection >
Antenna (DVB-T) or Cable (DVB-C) and press OK.
4. Select the DVB setting you want.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Symbol rate
With the Symbol rate mode set to Manual, you can enter the
symbol rate value you received from your cable provider. To
enter the value, use the number keys.
DVB-C channel installation
For ease of use, all DVB-C settings are set to automatic.
If your DVB-C provider gave you specific DVB-C values, the
network ID or network frequency, enter these values when the
TV asks for them during installation.
It might be necessary to adjust the scanning (full or quick scan)
or enter a specific symbol rate in the Settings menu while
installing. To set a Symbol rate, first set the Symbol rate to
Network frequency
With Frequency scan set to Quick or Advanced, you can enter
here the network frequency value received from your cable
provider. To enter the value, use the number keys.
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To fine tune a channel, select Fine tune and press OK. You can
fine tune the channel with  or .
If you want to store the channel found, select Done and press
OK.
- Store
You can store the channel on the current channel number or as
a new channel number.
Select Store current channel or Store as new channel.
Frequency scan
Select the method of searching for channels. You can select the
faster Quick scan method and use the predefined settings used
by most cable providers in your country.
If this results in having no channels installed or if some channels
are missing, you can select the extended Full scan method. This
method will take more time to search for and install channels.
You can redo these steps until you found all available analogue
TV channels.
Network ID
With Frequency scan set to Quick, you can enter here the
network ID value received from your cable provider. To enter
the value, use the number keys.
Digital channels
If you know your cable provider is not offering digital channels,
you can skip searching for digital channels. Select Off.
Analogue channels
If you know your cable provider is not offering analogue
channels, you can skip searching for analogue channels. Select
Off.
Free / Scrambled
If you have a subscription and a CAM - Conditional Access
Module for pay TV services, select Free + scrambled. If you did
not subscribe to pay TV channels or services, you can select
Free channels only.
Manual installation
Analogue TV channels can be manually installed, channel by
channel.
To install analogue channels manually . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Channel settings > Channel installation > Analogue :
manual installation and press OK.
- System
To set up the TV system, select System and press OK.
Select your country or the part of the world where you are
now.
- Search channel
To find a channel, select Search channel and press OK. Select
Search and press OK. You can also enter a frequency yourself. If
the reception is poor, press Search again. If you want to store
the channel, select Done and press OK.
- Fine tune
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Channel list options
Satellite channels
To view the channel list options on the current channel . . .
1. With the All channels list on screen, select a channel and
press  OPTIONS.
2. Select the option you want and press OK.
7.1
Watching satellite channels
Available options for satellite channels . . .
- Only for TVs with a built-in satellite tuner.
- Satellite
Filter the channel list to only show the channels of a specific
satellite or show the channels of all satellites.
To watch satellite channels . . .
Press  and select Satellite and press OK. The TV tunes to the
satellite channel you last watched.
- Free/Scrambled
Filter the channel list to only show the free-to-air channels, only
the scrambled channels or both. Scrambled channels are marked
with a key .
Change channel
To change channels, press  + or  -. The TV will tune to the
next channel in the selected channel list. If you know the channel
number, you can use the number keys on the remote control.
To change back to the previously tuned channel, press .
- Lock
You can lock a channel. First select a channel in the list, press
 OPTIONS and select Lock. You will have to enter the
4-digit child lock code. A locked channel is marked with a lock
.
You can also tune to a channel directly from the Satellite
channel list.
- Unlock
To unlock a locked channel. Select a locked channel in the list,
press  OPTIONS and and select Unlock. You will have to
enter the 4-digit child lock code.
7.2
Satellite channel list
About the channel list
Copy channel list
When the satellite installation is completed, all satellite channels
are put in the channel list. You can view the list of all channels or
filter the list down to show the favourite channels only or the
radio stations only. Or, after a channel update, you can find the
newly added channels in the list of new channels.
Copy channel list is intended for dealers and expert users. With
Channel list copy, you can copy the channels installed on one TV
onto another Philips TV of the same range. Channel list copy will
copy both terrestrial and satellite channels.
From any list, you can directly tune to a channel. The list you
select in the channel list, determines the channels you tune to
with the  + and  - keys.
You can only reorder channels in the list of favourite channels.
7.3
Favourite satellite channels
Select a list filter
Favourite channels
The list you select in the channel list, determines the channels
you tune to with the  + and   keys.
You can mark channels as favourite channels. Your favourite
satellite channels are collected in the Favourites list of the
satellite channel list.
To select a channel list . . .
1. Press  and select Satellite and press OK.
2. Press  LIST to open the channel list. The list appears with
the current channel selected.
3. Navigate up to select All or a list filter Favourites, Radio, TV
or New.
Watching favourite channels
Set up a favourite channel list to easily switch between the
channels you want to watch. Only in this list, you can reorder
channels according to your preference.
To only switch between your favourite channels with  + and
 -, select the Favourites list in the channel list and close the
channel list again.
There are two favourite lists, one for TV channels and one for
satellite channels.
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Set up your favourites list
Lock a channel
To compose a list of your favourite channels . . .
You can lock a channel to prevent children from watching it. To
watch a locked channel you need to enter the Child lock code.
You cannot lock programmes from connected devices.
1. While watching a channel, press  LIST to open the channel
list.
2. Select the Favourites list.
3. The TV will ask you to start adding channels immediately.
Press OK. To avoid a lot of reordering later, select the channels
in the order you want them in the list.
4. To add a channel to the Favourites list, select the channel and
press OK. You can then select another channel to add as a
favourite.
5. To finish, press .
To lock a channel . . .
1. While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open
the Channel list.
2. In any list, select the channel you want to lock.
3. Press  OPTIONS and select Lock channel. In a channel list,
a locked channel is marked with a lock .
To unlock a channel, select the locked channel in the channel list
and select the Unlock channel option. You will need to enter
the Child lock code.
Add or remove favourite channels
Use an age rating
To add or remove favourites list . . .
1. While watching a TV channel, press  LIST to open the
channel list.
2. Select the channel to mark as favourite and
press  OPTIONS.
3. Selecte Add favourites and press OK. The selected channel is
marked with a .
4. To finish, press . The channels are added to the Favourites
list.
To prevent children from watching a programme not suitable for
their age, you can use an age rating.
Some digital broadcasters have age rated their programmes.
When the age rating of a programme is equal to or higher than
the age you have set as age rating for your child, the programme
will be locked.
To watch a locked programme you must enter the child lock
code. The parental age rating is set for all channels.
To remove a channel from the favourites list, select Remove
favourites and press OK.
To set an age rating . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Child lock > Parental rating and
press OK
3. Enter a 4-digit Child lock code. If you did not set a code yet,
select Set code and press OK. Enter a 4-digit Child lock code
and confirm. Now you can set an age rating.
4. Set the age and press OK.
5. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
6. To switch off the parental age rating, select None as age
setting.
Reorder favourite channels
You can only reorder channels in the Favourites list.
1. In the Favourites list All, highlight the channel you want to
reposition.
2. Press  OPTIONS.
3. Select Reorder and press OK.
4. Select the channel to reorder and press OK.
5. Press the Navigation buttons to move the highlighted channel
to another location and press OK.
6. Once complete, press  OPTIONS.
7. Select Exit reorder and press OK.
The TV will ask for the code to unlock the programme. For
some broadcasters / operators, the TV only locks programmes
with a higher rating.
Child lock code
7.4
You can set or change the Child lock code.
Lock satellite channels
To set the lock code or to change the current code . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Child lock > Set code or Change
code and press OK.
3. If a code is set already, enter the current Child lock code and
then enter the new code twice.
The new code is set.
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the number of satellites you want to install for Unicable. Select
the setting you want and press OK.
4c - If the exact number of satellites is set or you completed the
Unicable settings, select Search and press OK.
Forgotten your Child lock code?
If you forgot your code, you can override the current code and
enter a new code.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Child lock > Change code and
press OK.
3. Enter the overriding code 8888.
4. Now enter a new Child lock code and enter it again to
confirm.
5. The TV will search for satellites available on the alignment of
your antenna dish. This may take a few minutes. If a satellite is
found, its name and reception strength are shown on screen. If a
channel package is available for any of the satellites found, you
can select the package you want.
6. To install the channels of the satellites found, select Install and
press OK. The TV shows the number of channels and radio
stations found.
7. To store the satellite settings, all satellite channels and satellite
radio stations, select Finish and press OK.
7.5
Satellite installation
Installing satellites
Channel packages
About installing satellites
About channel packages
This TV has a built-in satellite DVB-S/DVB-S2 receiver. Connect
the cable from your satellite dish directly to the TV. Use a
coaxial cable fit for connecting a satellite antenna dish. Make sure
your satellite dish is perfectly aligned before you start the
installation.
Satellites can offer channel packages that bundle free channels
(free-to-air) and offer a sorting that suits a country. Some
satellites offer subscription packages - a collection of channels
you pay for.
If you choose a subscription package, the TV might ask you to
select a Quick or Full installation.
Select Satellite operator channels only to install the channels of
the package only or select All satellite channels to install the
package and all other available channels too. We recommend a
Quick installation for subscription packages. If you have
additional satellites that are not part of your subscription
package, we recommend a Full installation. All installed channels
are put in the channels list All.
Up to 4 satellites
You can install up to 4 satellites (4 LNBs) on this TV. Select the
exact number of satellites you wish to install at the start of the
installation. This will speed up the installation.
Unicable
You can use a Unicable system to connect the antenna dish to
the TV. Select if you are installing satellites for a Unicable system,
for 1 or for 2 satellites at the start of the installation.
Unicable setup
Installing
The Unicable system
You can install your satellites during the initial TV setup. The
satellite installation follows the TV channel installation. If you only
watch satellite channels, you can skip the TV channel installation.
You can always start a new satellite installation from the Setup
menu.
You can use a Unicable system to connect the antenna dish to
the TV.A Unicable system uses one cable to connect the satellite
dish to all satellite receivers in its system. Unicable is typically
used in apartment buildings. If you use a Unicable system, the TV
will ask you to assign a user band number and corresponding
frequency during the installation. You can install 1 or 2 satellites
with Unicable on this TV.
To install satellite channels . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for satellite and press OK.
3. Select Install satellites and press OK.
4. The TV shows the current installation setting. If the current
setting corresponds with the satellite installation you want, you
can start searching for satellites. Select Search and press OK. Go
to step 5. If the current setting is not the setting you want, select
Settings and press OK. Go to step 4b.
If you notice some missing channels after a Unicable installation,
another installation might have been done at the same moment
on the Unicable system. Do the installation again to install the
missing channels.
4b - In the Settings menu, select the exact number of satellites
you want to install. Or, if you use a Unicable setup, select
Unicable for 1 satellite or Unicable for 2 satellites according
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User band number
Remove a satellite
In a Unicable system, each connected satellite receiver must be
numbered (e.g. 0, 1, 2 or 3 etc.).
You can remove one or more satellites from your current
satellite installation. You remove the satellite and its channels.
However, some satellite operators do not allow removing a
satellite.
You can find the available user bands and their number on the
Unicable switchbox. User band is sometimes shortened as UB.
There are Unicable switchboxes that offer 4 or 8 user bands. If
you select Unicable in the settings, the TV will ask you to assign
the unique user band number for its built-in satellite receiver. A
satellite receiver cannot have the same user band number as
another satellite receiver in the Unicable system.
To remove satellites . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for satellite and press OK.
3. Select Remove satellite and press OK. The current satellites
are shown.
4. Use the arrows keys to select the satellite you want to
remove.
5. Press OK to mark a satellite to remove. Press OK again to
unmark.
6. Select Remove, press OK and confirm. The satellites are
removed.
7. Select Exit and press OK to close Remove satellite.
User band frequency
Next to the unique user band number, the built-in satellite
receiver needs the frequency of the selected user band number.
These frequencies are mostly shown next to the user band
number on a Unicable switchbox.
Update satellite channels
Add a satellite
Once a day, at 6 AM, the TV automatically updates the satellite
channels. A channel update looks for new channels and adds
them to the channel list. No longer available channels are
removed and if a provider reorders its channel package, the
channel list of the TV will be updated. The TV must be on
standby to automatically update the satellite channels.
Alternatively, you can do a channel update yourself at any
moment.
You can add an additional satellite to your current satellite
installation. The installed satellites and their channels stay
untouched. However, some satellite operators do not allow
adding a satellite.
The additional satellite should be seen as an extra, it is not your
main satellite subscription or not the main satellite of which you
use its channel package. Typically, you would add a 4th satellite
when you have 3 satellites already installed. If you have 4
satellites installed, you might consider removing one first to be
able to add a new satellite.
New channels, found with the channel update, are marked with
the letter N and collected in the channel list New. New
channels are also added in the All channel list. New channels
stay in the channel list New as long as you do not tune to them
or mark them as a favourite.
Settings
If you currently have only 1 or 2 satellites installed, the current
installation settings might not allow adding an extra satellite. If
you need to change the installation settings, you must redo the
complete satellite installation. You cannot use Add satellite if a
change of settings is needed.
Switch off the automatic channel update
You can completely switch off the TV at night to avoid a channel
update. Alternatively, you can switch off the automatic update in
the setup menu.
To add a satellite . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for satellite and press OK.
3. Select Add satellite and press OK. The current satellites are
shown.
4. Select Add and press OK. The TV will search for new
satellites.
5. If the TV has found one or more satellites, select Install and
press OK. The TV installs the channels of the found satellites.
6. To store the channels and radio stations, select Finish and
press OK.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Channel installation > Automatic
channel update and select Off.
Switch off the update for a specific satellite
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Channel installation > Automatic
update option.
3. With the arrow keys, select the satellite you do not wish to
update. Press OK to unmark the satellite.
4. Select Done and press OK to close the menu.
The TV will not update the channels from satellite you marked.
Start an update yourself
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1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Search for satellite and press OK.
3. Select Update channels and press OK.
4. If you want to check which satellites are set for updating,
select Settings and press OK.
5. With the arrow keys, mark or unmark the satellites for
updating. Select Done and press OK.
6. Select Update and press OK. The update may take a few
minutes.
7. Select Finish and press OK.
Speech
The audio commentary can also hold subtitles for the words
which are spoken.
To switch on these subtitles (if available) . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Languages > Audio description >
Speech and press OK.
3. Select Descriptive (audio) or Subtitles and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Languages and audio
Manual installation
Preferred languages and subtitles
Manual installation is intended for expert users.
You can use Manual installation to quickly add new channels
from a satellite transponder. You need to know the frequency
and polarization of the transponder. The TV will install all
channels of that transponder. If the transponder was installed
before, all its channels - the former and the new ones - are
moved to the end of the channel list All.
You cannot use Manual installation if you need to change the
number of satellites. If this is needed, you have to do a complete
installation with Install satellites.
Satellite channels can hold different audio languages, subtitle
languages or Text languages. You can set the TV to
automatically switch to the language, subtitle language or Text
language you prefer, if this language is available on the channel or
Text pages.
To set the your preferred language . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings and press OK.
3. Select Languages and press OK. Select the setting you want.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To install a transponder . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Channel installation > Manual
installation and press OK.
3. If you have more than 1 satellite installed, select the
satellite/LNB for which you want to add channels.
4. Set the Polarization you need. If you set the Symbol rate
mode to Manual, you can enter the symbol rate in Symbol rate
manually. Enter the Frequency and start searching for the
transponder.
5. If a transponder is found, select Store and press OK to store
the new transponder on the selected LNB.
6. Select Exit to leave the manual installation.
Audio description
Speakers / Headphones
You can select where you want to hear the audio commentary.
On the TV speakers only, on the headphones only or on both.
To set Speakers / Headphones . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Languages > Audio description >
Speakers / Headphones and press OK.
3. Select Speakers, Headphones or Speakers + headphones and
press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
7.6
Problems with satellites
The TV cannot find the satellites I want or the TV installs the
Audio effect
same satellite twice
Some audio commentary can hold extra audio effects, like
stereo or fading sound.
- Make sure that the correct number of satellites is set in
Settings at the start of the installation. You can set the TV to
search for One, Two or 3/4 satellites.
To switch on Audio effects (if available) . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Satellite settings > Languages > Audio description >
Audio effects and press OK.
3. Select On or Off and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
A dual head LNB cannot find a second satellite
- If the TV finds one satellite but cannot find a second one, turn
the dish a few degrees. Align the dish to get the strongest signal
on the first satellite. Check the signal strength indicator of the
first satellite on screen. With the first satellite set at the strongest
signal, select Search again to find the second satellite.• Make
sure the settings are set to Two satellites.
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Changing the installation settings did not solve my problem
- All settings, satellites and channels are only stored at the end of
the installation when you finish.
All satellite channels are gone
- If you use a Unicable system, make sure you assigned a unique
user band number to the satellite receiver in the Unicable
settings. It might be that another satellite receiver is using the
same user band number.
Some satellite channels seem to have disappeared from the
channel list
- If some channels seem to be gone or displaced, the
broadcaster might have changed the transponder location of
these channels. To restore the channel positions in the channel
list, you can try an update of the channel package.
I cannot remove a satellite
- Subscription packages do not allow removing a satellite. To
remove the satellite, you have to do a complete installation again
and select another package.
Sometimes the reception is poor
- Check if the satellite dish is solidly mounted. Strong winds can
move the dish.
- Snow and rain can degrade the reception.
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day.
Select Previous day, Today or Next day and press OK, to select
the day of the schedule.
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TV guide
8.1
Using the TV guide
Search by genre
What you need
If the information is available, you can look up scheduled
programmes by genre like movies, sports, etc.
With the TV guide you can view a list of the current and
scheduled TV programmes of your channels. Depending on
where the TV guide information (data) is coming from, analogue
and digital channels or only digital channels are shown. Not all
channels offer TV guide information.
To search for programmes by genre, press  OPTIONS and
select Search by genre.
Select a genre and press OK. A list with the found programmes
appears.
The TV can collect TV guide information for the channels that
are installed on the TV (e.g the channels you watch with Watch
TV). The TV cannot collect the TV guide information for
channels viewed from a digital receiver.
Open the TV guide
To open the TV guide, press  TV GUIDE.
Press  TV GUIDE again to close.
The first time you open the TV guide, the TV scans all TV
channels for programme information. This may take several
minutes. TV guide data is stored in the TV.
Tune to a programme
Switch to a programme
From the TV guide, you can switch to a current programme.
To select a programme, use the arrow keys to highlight the
programme name.
Navigate to the right to view programmes scheduled later that
day.
To switch to the programme (channel), select the programme
and press OK.
View programme details
To call up the details of the selected programme, press 
INFO.
Change day
The TV guide can show scheduled programmes for the
upcoming days (maximum up to 8 days).
If the TV guide information comes from the broadcaster, you
can press  + to view the schedule of one of the next days.
Press   to go back to the previous day.
Alternatively, you can press  OPTIONS and select Change
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9
Sources
9.1
Sources list
In the list of connections - the Source menu - you can find the
devices connected to the TV.From this Source menu, you can
switch to a device.
Sources menu
9.3
To open the Sources menu, press  SOURCES.
To switch to a connected device, select the device with the
arrows  (left) or  (right) and press OK.
To close the Source menu without switching to a device, press
 SOURCES again.
EasyLink
With EasyLink you can operate a connected device with the TV
remote control. EasyLink uses HDMI CEC to communicate with
the connected devices. Devices must support HDMI CEC and
must be connected with an HDMI connection.
9.2
From standby
With the TV in standby, you can switch on a connected device
with your TV remote control.
Play
To switch on both disc player and TV from standby and start
playing the disc or programme immediately, press  (play) on
the TV remote control.
The device should be connected with an HDMI cable and both
TV and device must have HDMI CEC switched on.
Home Theatre System
You can switch on your Home Theatre System to listen to an
audio disc or a radio channel and leave the TV in standby.
To only switch on the HTS, with the TV in standby, press 
SOURCES on the TV remote control.
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3. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
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Timers and clock
10.1
Sleep timer
With the sleep timer, you can set the TV to switch to standby
automatically after a preset time.
To set the sleep timer . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Sleep timer.
With the slider bar you can set the time to up to 180 minutes in
increments of 5 minutes. If set to 0 minutes, the sleep timer is
switched off.You can always switch off your TV earlier or reset
the time during the countdown.
3. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
10.2
Clock
To know what time it is, press  TV GUIDE to find the time in
the TV guide.
In some countries, digital broadcasts do not send UTC Coordinated Universal Time information. The daylight saving
change might be ignored and the TV might show an incorrect
time.
To correct the TV clock . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Clock > Auto clock
mode and select Country dependent.
3. Select Daylight saving and select the appropriate setting.
10.3
Auto switch off
If you do not press a key on the remote control during a 4 hour
period, or if the TV receives no input signal nor remote control
commands for 10 minutes, the TV switches off automatically to
save energy.
If you use the TV as a monitor or use a digital receiver to watch
TV (a Set-top box - STB) and you do not use the remote
control of the TV, you should deactivate the automatic switch
off.
To deactivate the Auto switch off . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Auto switch off and
set the slider bar to 0 (Off).
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- Start slideshow, Stop slideshow
Start or stop slideshow.
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Your photos, videos
and music
- Slideshow transitions
Set the transition from one picture to the next.
- Slideshow frequency
Select the display time for each photo.
11.1
From a USB connection
- Repeat, Play once
View the pictures repeatedly or once only.
What you need
- Shuffle off, Shuffle on
View the pictures in sequential order, or at random.
You can view your photos or play your music and videos from a
connected USB flash drive or USB Hard Drive.
From a USB device
- Rotate image
Rotate photo.
With the TV switched on, plug in a USB flash drive or USB Hard
Drive to one of the USB connections. The TV detects the
device and lists your files.
If the list does not appear automatically, press  SOURCES,
select Browse USB and press OK.
- Show info
Display the picture name, date, size and next picture in the
slide show.
To close Browse USB, press  and select another activity.
Play music
In the USB browser, select Music and press OK.
Options
Press  OPTIONS.
- Stop playback
Stop music play.
- Repeat, Play once
Play songs repeatedly or once.
Menu bar
- Shuffle on, Shuffle off
Play songs in sequence or at random.
With a USB device connected, the TV sorts the files by type.
Navigate to the menu bar and select the type of file you are
looking for.
If you browse files from a computer, you can only browse the
files and folders as they are organized on the computer.
- Show info
Display the file name.
To close Browse USB, press  and select another activity.
The menu bar
Navigate to the menu bar and select the type of file you want to
watch or play.
Select Picture, Music or Movie. Alternatively, you can open the
Folders view and browse your folders to look for a file.
Play videos
In the USB browser, select Movie and press OK.
Options
View photos
Press  OPTIONS.
In the USB browser, select Picture and press OK.
- Subtitles
Display the subtitles if available.
Options
- Audio language
Play the audio language if available.
Press  OPTIONS.
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- Repeat, Play once
Play videos repeatedly or once.
- Shuffle on, Shuffle off
Play videos in sequence or at random.
- Show info
Display the file name.
To close Browse USB, press  and select another activity.
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12.4
Settings
Game or computer
You can switch the TV to the ideal picture setting for gaming or
for using the TV as a computer monitor. There is a different
setting for Game or Computer. If a device has a correct type set
in the Source menu - Game console or Computer - the TV
switches automatically to the ideal setting when you switch to
the device. If you switch the setting manually, do not forget to
switch it off when you switch to watching TV or another
connected device.
12.1
Tint
With Colour temperature, you can set the picture to a preset
colour temperature or select Custom to set a temperature
setting yourself with Custom colour temperature. Colour
temperature and Custom colour temperature are settings
intended for expert users.
To switch the setting manually . . .
To select a preset . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Advanced > Tint.
3. Press  (right) and select Normal, Warm or Cool.
Select Custom if you want to set a colour temperature yourself.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Advanced > Game or
computer.
3. Select Game, Computer or TV. The setting TV returns to the
picture settings for watching TV.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
12.2
12.5
Custom tint
Format and edges
With Custom tint, you can set a colour temperature yourself.
To set a Custom tint, first select Custom in the Tint setting to
make the Custom tint menu available. Custom tint is a setting
intended for expert users.
Screen edges
With Screen edges, you can slightly enlarge the picture to hide
distorted edges.
To set a custom colour temperature . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Advanced > Custom tint.
3. Press  (right).
4. Select a setting with the arrow keys. (WP is white point and
BL is black level.)
5. Press OK to confirm a setting. You can also select one of the
presets in this menu.
6. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To adjust the edges . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Format and edges > Screen
edges.
3. Press  (right) and adjust the value with  (up) or  (down).
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
12.6
Location
12.3
If the TV is located in a shop, you can set the TV to display an in
store promotion banner. The Picture style is set to Vivid
automatically. The automatic Auto switch off is switched off.
Brightness
With Brightness, you can set the level of brightness of the
picture signal. Brightness is a setting intended for expert users.
We recommend non-expert users to adjust the brightness with
the Backlight contrast setting.
To set the TV to Shop location . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Location and press
OK.
3. Select Shop and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To adjust the level . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Picture > Advanced > Brightness.
3. Press  (right) and adjust the value with  (up) or  (down).
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
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2. Select TV settings > Sound > Treble.
3. Press  (right) and adjust the value with  (up) or  (down).
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
12.7
Sound
Sound style
Surround mode
For easy sound adjustment, you can select a preset setting with
Sound style.
With Surround mode, you can set the sound effect of the TV
speakers.
1. While watching a TV channel, press  OPTIONS to open
the Options menu.
2. Select Picture and sound in the menu bar and select Sound
style.
3. Select a Sound style and press OK.
To set the surround mode . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Surround mode.
3. Press  (right) and select Stereo, Incredible surround .
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
The different Sound styles are . . .
- Personal - Your personal choices made in Personalise picture
and sound
- Original - Factory standard
- Movie - Ideal for watching movies
- News - Ideal for speech
- Music - Ideal for listening to music
- Game - Ideal for gaming
Headphones volume
With Headphones volume, you can set the volume of a
connected headphones separately.
To adjust the volume . . .
1. Press  OPTIONS and select Picture and sound in the
menu bar.
2. Press  (right) and select Headphones volume and press OK.
3. Press  (up) or  (down) to adjust the volume.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Adjust a Sound style
You can adjust a Sound style . . .
1. Select the style and press OK.
2. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
3. Select TV settings, navigate to the individual setting and adjust
it.
4. Press  to close the menu to store your setting.
Advanced sound settings
Auto volume levelling
To return to the original Sound style values . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Restore style.
With Auto volume leveling, you can set the TV to automatically
level out sudden volume differences. Typically at the beginning of
adverts or when you are switching channels.
To switch on or off . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Auto volume
leveling.
3. Press  (right) and select On or Off.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Sound settings
Bass
With Bass, you can adjust the level of low tones in the sound.
TV speakers
To adjust the level . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Bass.
3. Press  (right) and adjust the value with  (up) or  (down).
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
You can send the TV sound to a connected audio device - a
Home Theatre System or audio system. With TV speakers, you
select where you want to hear the TV sound and how you want
to control it.
- If you select Off, you permanently switch off the TV speakers.
- If you select On, the TV speakers are always on.
Treble
With an audio device connected with HDMI CEC, you can use
one of the EasyLink settings.
- If you select EasyLink, the TV sends the TV sound to the audio
device. The TV will switch off the TV speakers when the device
is playing the sound.
With Treble, you can adjust the level of high tones in the sound.
To adjust the level . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
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- If you select EasyLink autostart, the TV will switch on the
audio device, send the TV sound to the device and switch off
the TV speakers.
With EasyLink or EasyLink autostart selected, you can still
switch to TV speakers or device speakers in the Picture and
sound menu.
Audio Out offset
If you cannot set a delay on the Home Theatre System, you can
set a delay on the TV with Audio Out offset.
Speakers
To set the TV speakers . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > TV speakers.
3. Press  (right) and select Off, On, EasyLink or EasyLink
autostart.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Home Theatre System
You can send the TV sound to a connected audio device - a
Home Theatre System or audio system.
You can select where you want to hear the TV sound and how
you want to control it.
- If you select Off, you permanently switch off the TV speakers.
- If you select TV speakers, the TV speakers are always on.
To switch speakers directly . . .
1. While watching TV, press  OPTIONS and select Picture
and sound.
2. Select Speakers and select TV or Amplifier (audio device).
3. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
With an audio device connected with HDMI CEC, you can use
one of the EasyLink settings.
- If you select EasyLink, the TV sends the TV sound to the audio
device. The TV will switch off the TV speakers when the device
is playing the sound.
- If you select EasyLink autostart, the TV will switch on the
audio device, send the TV sound to the device and switch off
the TV speakers.
With EasyLink or EasyLink autostart selected, you can still switch
to TV speakers if necessary.
Clear sound
With Clear sound, you improve the sound for speech. Ideal for
news programmes. You can switch the speech improvement on
or off.
To switch on or off . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Advanced > Clear sound.
3. Press  (right) and select On or Off.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
To set the TV speakers . . .
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > Sound > Sound output.
3. Press  (right) and select Off, TV speakers, EasyLink or
EasyLink autostart.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
HDMI1-ARC
To switch to speakers directly . . .
If you do not need an Audio Return Channel (ARC) on any of
the HDMI connections, you can switch the ARC signal off.
1. While watching TV, press  .
2. Select Speakers and select TV or Amplifier (audio system).
3. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Audio Out format
With Audio Out format you can set the audio out signal of the
TV to fit the sound processing capabilities of your Home
Theatre System.
TV placement
As part of the first installation, this setting is set to either On a
TV stand or Wall mounted.If you have changed the placement
of the TV since then, adjust this setting accordingly for best
sound reproduction.
Audio Out levelling
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > TV placement and
press OK.
3. Select On a TV stand or Wall mounted and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
With Audio Out leveling you can level the sound volume of the
Home Theatre System with the volume of the TV when you
switch over from one to another.
Audio Out delay
If you set an Audio sync delay on your Home Theatre System,
to synchronise the sound with the picture, you must switch off
Audio Out delay on the TV.
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13
European energy label
Specifications
The European Energy Label informs you on the energy
efficiency class of this product. The greener the energy efficiency
class of this product is, the lower the energy it consumes.
On the label, you can find the energy efficiency class, the average
power consumption of this product in use and the average
energy consumption for 1 year. You can also find the power
consumption values for this product on the Philips website for
your country at www.philips.com/TV
13.1
Environmental
Saving energy
The Eco settings bundle the settings that help the environment.
While you are watching TV channels, press  to open Eco
settings.
Active settings are marked with a . You can mark or unmark
each setting with the OK key.
Press  again to close Eco settings.
End of use
Disposal of your old product and batteries
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality
materials and components, which can be recycled and reused.
Energy saving
This Picture style sets the picture, in the most ideal energy
conscious setting.
Screen off
If you only listen to music, you can switch off the TV screen to
save energy.
Select Screen off and press OK. To switch the screen back on,
press any key on the remote control.
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.
Auto switch off
If you do not press a key on the remote control during a 4 hour
period, or if the TV receives no signal for 10 minutes, the TV
switches off automatically to save energy.
If you use the TV as a monitor or use a digital receiver to watch
TV (a Set-top box - STB) and you do not use the remote
control of the TV, deactivate the automatic switch off.
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system
for electrical and electronic products.
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.
In addition to the Eco settings, your TV also has environmentally
friendly technology with regard to power consumption.
Your product contains batteries covered by the European
Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed with normal
household waste.
Inactive devices off
Switch off connected EasyLink HDMI-CEC (Consumer
Electronic Control) compliant devices that are inactive.
Power management
The advanced power management of this TV ensures the most
efficient use of energy. You can check how your personal TV
settings, the level of brightness in current onscreen pictures, and
the surrounding light conditions determine the relative power
consumption.
To check the relative power consumption . . .
Please find out for yourself about the local rules on separate
collection of batteries because correct disposal will help to
prevent negative consequences for the environment and human
health.
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Watch demos > Active control Demo and press OK.
3. Select a setting to check the corresponding values.
13.2
Reception for PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9
- Aerial input : 75 ohm coaxial (IEC75)
- Tuner bands : Hyperband; S-Channel; UHF; VHF
- DVB : DVB-T (terrestrial, antenna) COFDM 2K/8K; DVB-T2 :
only for TV types '. . . T/12'; DVB-C (cable) QAM
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- Analogue video playback : NTSC; SECAM; PAL
- Digital video playback : MPEG2 SD/HD (ISO/IEC 13818-2);
MPEG4 SD/HD (ISO/IEC 14496-10)
- Digital audio playback (ISO/IEC 13818-3)
- 48Pxx5109 : 122 cm / 48 inch
- 55Pxx5109 : 140 cm / 55 inch
13.3
Display resolution :
- PFxxxx9 : 1920x1080p
- PFxxxx9 : 1366x768p
- 42Pxx5209 : 107 cm / 42 inch
- 47Pxx5209 : 119 cm / 47 inch
- 55Pxx5209 : 140 cm / 55 inch
Reception for PxKxxx9
- Aerial input : 75 ohm coaxial (IEC75)
- Tuner bands : Hyperband, S-Channel, UHF, VHF
- DVB : DVB-T (terrestrial, antenna) COFDM 2K/8K, DVB-T2 :
only for TV types '. . . T/12', DVB-C (cable) QAM
- Analogue video playback : NTSC, SECAM, PAL
- Digital video playback : MPEG2 SD/HD (ISO/IEC 13818-2),
MPEG4 SD/HD (ISO/IEC 14496-10)
- Digital audio playback (ISO/IEC 13818-3)
- Satellite aerial input : 75 ohm F-type
- Input frequency range : 950 to 2150MHz
- Input level range : 25 to 65 dBm
- DVB-S/S2 QPSK, symbol rate 2 to 45M symbols, SCPC and
MCPC
- Supported satellites : Astra 19.2°E, Astra 23.5°E, Astra 28.2°E,
Hotbird 13.0°E, TürkSat 42.0°E, Eutelsat 7°W, Thor 1°W
- Astra HD+ support
- LNB : DiSEqC 1.0, 1 to 4 LNBs supported, Polarity selection
14/18V, Band selection 22kHz, Tone burst mode, LNB current
300mA max
Display resolutions
Computer formats - HDMI (Resolution - refresh rate)
640 x 480 - 60 Hz
800 x 600 - 60 Hz
1024 x 768 - 60 Hz
1280 X 720 - 60 Hz
1280 X 768 - 60 Hz
1280 x 1024 - 60 Hz
1360 x 768 - 60 Hz
1600 x 900 - 60 Hz*
1680 x 1050 - 60 Hz*
1920 x 1080 - 60 Hz*
Computer formats - VGA (Resolution - refresh rate)
640 x 480 - 60 Hz
800 x 600 - 60 Hz
1024 x 768 - 60 Hz
1280 x 1024 - 60 Hz
1360 x 768 - 60 Hz
1600 x 900 - 60 Hz*
1600 x 1200 - 60 Hz*
1920 x 1080 - 60 Hz*
13.4
Display
Type
Diagonal screen size :
- 20Pxx4109 : 51 cm / 20 inch
- 22Pxx4109 : 56 cm / 22 inch
- 23Pxx4009 : 58 cm / 23 inch
- 24Pxx4109 : 61 cm / 24 inch
- 28Pxx4109 : 71 cm / 28 inch
Video formats (Resolution - refresh rate)
480i - 60 Hz
480p - 60 Hz
576i - 50 Hz
576p - 50 Hz
720p - 50Hz, 60 Hz
1080i - 50Hz, 60 Hz
1080p - 24Hz, 25Hz, 30Hz, 50Hz, 60 Hz
- 32Pxx41x9 : 81 cm / 32 inch
- 39Pxx41x9 : 96 cm / 39 inch
- 40Pxx41x9 : 102 cm / 40 inch
- 42Pxx41x9 : 107 cm / 42 inch
- 47Pxx41x9 : 120 cm / 47 inch
- 50Pxx41x9 : 127 cm / 50 inch
* For certain sets only.
- 22Pxx4209 : 56 cm / 22 inch
13.5
- 24Pxx5219 : 61 cm / 24 inch
Power
- 32Pxx43x9 : 81 cm / 32 inch
- 40Pxx43x9 : 102 cm / 40 inch
- 50Pxx43x9 : 127 cm / 50 inch
Product specifications are subject to change without notice. For
more specification details of this product,
see www.philips.com/support
- 32Pxx5109 : 81 cm / 32 inch
- 40Pxx5109 : 102 cm / 40 inch
Power
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- Mains power : AC 220-240V +/-10%
- Ambient temperature : 5°C to 35°C
- Standby power consumption : less than 0.3W
- Power saving features : Eco mode, Picture mute (for radio),
Auto switch off , Eco settings menu.
Width 635.1 mm - Height 438 mm - Depth 190 mm - Weight
±4.89 kg
32Pxx41x9
- without TV stand:
Width 725.7 mm - Height 432.1 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±5.06 kg
The power rating stated on the product typeplate is the power
consumption for this product during normal household use (IEC
62087 Ed.2). The maximum power rating, stated between
brackets, is used for electrical safety (IEC 60065 Ed. 7.2).
- with TV stand:
Width 725.7 mm - Height 487.8 mm - Depth 190 mm - Weight
±5.66 kg
13.6
39Pxx4109
Dimensions and
weights_4009/41x9/4209
- without TV stand:
Width 878.3 mm - Height 517.4 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±6.88 kg
20Pxx4109
- with TV stand:
Width 878.3 mm - Height 571.4 mm - Depth 250 mm - Weight
±8.9 kg
- without TV stand:
Width 460.9 mm - Height 299 mm - Depth 53.3 mm - Weight
±2.62 kg
40Pxx41x9
- without TV stand:
Width 919 mm - Height 538.5 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±7.68 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 460.9 mm - Height 343.5 mm - Depth 145 mm - Weight
±2.83 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 919 mm - Height 594.1 mm - Depth 250 mm - Weight
±9.14 kg
22Pxx4109/22Pxx4209
- without TV stand:
Width 509.7 mm - Height 322.7 mm - Depth 55.5 mm - Weight
±3.03 kg
42Pxx41x9
- without TV stand:
Width 958 mm - Height 563 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±7.8 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 509.7 mm - Height 367.2 mm - Depth 145 mm - Weight
±3.24 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 958 mm - Height 617 mm - Depth 250 mm - Weight
±9.9 kg
23Pxx4009
- without TV stand:
Width 545.1 mm - Height 344 mm - Depth 55.5 mm - Weight
±3.05 kg
47Pxx41x9
- without TV stand:
Width 1099 mm - Height 626 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±9.4 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 545.1 mm - Height 385.6 mm - Depth 145 mm - Weight
±3.26 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 1099 mm - Height 681 mm - Depth 270 mm - Weight
±11.8 kg
24Pxx4109
- without TV stand:
Width 550.4 mm - Height 345.7 mm - Depth 55.5 mm - Weight
±3.3 kg
50Pxx41x9
- with TV stand:
Width 550.4 mm - Height 386.8 mm - Depth 145 mm - Weight
±3.51 kg
- without TV stand:
Width 1125 mm - Height 656 mm - Depth 94 mm - Weight
±10.7 kg
28Pxx4109
- with TV stand:
Width 1125 mm - Height 709 mm - Depth 270 mm - Weight
±13.1 kg
- without TV stand:
Width 635.1 mm - Height 396.7 mm - Depth 80.8 mm - Weight
±4.33 kg
- with TV stand:
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13.7
Dimensions and weights_43x9
40Pxx5109
- without TV stand:
Width 918.2 mm - Height 536.5 mm - Depth 56.3 mm - Weight
±7.82 kg
32Pxx43x9
- without TV stand:
Width 726.5 mm - Height 424.3 mm - Depth 63.6 mm - Weight
±5 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 918.2 mm - Height 592.1 mm - Depth 249.8 mm Weight ±9.9 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 726.5 mm - Height 485.3 mm - Depth 186.2 mm Weight ±5.6 kg
48Pxx5109
- without TV stand:
Width 1082 mm - Height 625 mm - Depth 57 mm - Weight
±10.8 kg
40Pxx43x9
- without TV stand:
Width 903.5 mm - Height 523.1 mm - Depth 88.1 mm - Weight
±7.73 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 1082 mm - Height 680 mm - Depth 250 mm - Weight
±13.3 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 903.5 mm - Height 570.8 mm - Depth 243.1 mm Weight ±9.9 kg
55Pxx5109
- without TV stand:
Width 1243.2 mm - Height 720.6 mm - Depth 78 mm - Weight
±16.8 kg
50Pxx43x9
- without TV stand:
Width 1123.6 mm - Height 658 mm - Depth 88 mm - Weight
±12.4 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 1243.2 mm - Height 770.5 mm - Depth 270 mm Weight ±19.4 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 1123.6 mm - Height 706 mm - Depth 252.8 mm Weight ±14.8 kg
13.10
Connectivity_20"-28"_4009/4109/
4209/5219
13.8
Dimensions and weights_5219
For PxKxxx9
24Pxx5219
- without TV stand:
Width 552.3 mm - Height 331.5 mm - Depth 54.8 mm - Weight
±3.4 kg
TV Rear
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- VGA: PC input
- with TV stand:
Width 552.3 mm - Height 338.8 mm - Depth 121.5 mm Weight ±3.66 kg
13.9
Dimensions and weights_5109
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
- Satellite
32Pxx5109
- without TV stand:
Width 725.7 mm - Height 429.2 mm - Depth 55.4 mm - Weight
±4.97 kg
- with TV stand:
Width 725.7 mm - Height 479.7 mm - Depth 190 mm - Weight
±5.57 kg
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13.12
For PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9
Connectivity_40"-50"_41x9
TV Rear
For PxKxxx9
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- VGA: PC input
TV Rear
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- HDMI 2
- HDMI 3
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- USB 2
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB 1
- Satellite
13.11
Connectivity_32"-39"_41x9
For PxKxxx9
TV Rear
For PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9
- HDMI 2
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
TV Rear
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- HDMI 2
- HDMI 3 (Only for PFT41x9 models)
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- USB 2 (Only for PFT41x9 models)
TV Side
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- HDMI 1: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
- Satellite
For PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB 1
TV Rear
- HDMI 2
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
13.13
Connectivity_32"-55"_4309/5109/
5209
TV Side
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- HDMI 1: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
For PxKxxx9
TV Rear
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- HDMI 2
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
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- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
- Satellite
For PxHxxx9/PxTxxx9
TV Rear
- HDMI 1 ARC: HDMI Audio Return Channel
- HDMI 2
- SERV. U: Service port
- TV ANTENNA: 75 ohm coaxial (IEC)
- SCART (RGB/CVBS): SCART adaptor
- AUDIO IN (DVI): Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
- DIGITAL AUDIO OUT: SPDIF
- Headphones: Stereo 3.5mm mini-jack
TV Side
- CI: Common Interface
- USB
- Satellite
13.14
Sound
- Output power (RMS @ 10% THD): 4W
- Mono / Stereo
- Sound enhancement : Incredible Surround, Clear Sound
13.15
Multimedia
Note: Multimedia file names must not exceed 128 characters.
Supported multimedia connections
- USB 2.0 (FAT / FAT 32 / NTFS): only connect USB devices
that consume 500 mA of power or less.
Supported image files
- JPEG: *.jpg, *.jpeg
- PNG: *.png.jpg
Supported audio files
- MPEG1: *.mp3
Supported video files
- *.avi, *.mp4, *.mov, *.mkv, *.mpg, *.mpeg
Supported subtitle format
- SRT: multiple language support
Supported audio/video formats
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14
14.2
Software
Software version
To view the current TV software version . . .
14.1
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select Software settings and press OK.
3. Select Current software info and see Release Version.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
Software update
Update from USB
It might be necessary to update the TV software. You need a
computer and a USB memory device to upload the software on
the TV. Use a USB memory device with 256MB free space.
Make sure that write protection is switched off.
14.3
Open source software
This television contains open source software. TP Vision Europe
B.V. hereby offers to deliver, upon request, a copy of the
complete corresponding source code for the copyrighted open
source software packages used in this product for which such
offer is requested by the respective licences.
1. Start the update on TV
To start the software update . . .
Press , select Setup and press OK.
Select Update software > USB and press OK.
This offer is valid up to three years after product purchase to
anyone in receipt of this information.
To obtain the source code, please write in English to . . .
2. Identify the TV
Insert the USB memory into one of the USB connections of the
TV.
Select Start and press OK. An identification file is written on the
USB memory device.
Intellectual Property Dept.
TP Vision Europe B.V.
Prins Bernhardplein 200
1097 JB Amsterdam
The Netherlands
3. Download the TV software
Insert the USB memory into your computer.
On the USB memory device, locate the file update.htm and
double click it.
Click on Send ID.
If new software is available, download the .zip file.
After the download, unzip the file and copy the
file autorun.upg onto the USB memory device.
Do not place this file in a folder.
14.4
Open source license
Acknowledgements and License Texts for any open source
software used in this product.
This is a document describing the distribution of the source
code used in this product, which fall either under the GNU
General Public License (the GPL), or the GNU Lesser General
Public License (the LGPL), or any other open source license.
Instructions to obtain source code for this software can be
found in the documentation supplied with this product.
TP VISION MAKES NO WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER,
EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, REGARDING THIS SOFTWARE. TP
Vision offers no support for this software. The preceding does
not affect your warranties and statutory rights regarding any
product(s) you purchased. It only applies to this source code
made available to you.
zlib (1.2.7) A massively spiffy yet delicately unobtrusive
compression library. Source: http://www.zlib.net/ This piece of
software is made available under the terms and conditions of the
zlib license, which can be found below.
libjpeg (6b) It is a widely used C library for reading and writing
JPEG image files. Source: http://libjpeg.sourceforge.net/ This piece
of software is made available under the terms and conditions of
4. Update the TV software
Insert the USB memory into the TV again. The update starts
automatically.
The TV switches itself off for 10 seconds and then back on again.
Please wait.
Do not . . .
- use the remote control
- remove the USB memory device from the TV
If a power cut occurs during the update, never remove the USB
memory device from the TV. When the power returns, the
update will continue.
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the JPEG license, which can be found below.
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database engine. Programs that link with the SQLite library can
have SQL database access without running a separate RDBMS
process.
Source:
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software is made available under the terms and conditions of the
SQLite public domain license, which can be found below.
Openssl (1.0.0.d) A toolkit implementing SSL v2/v3 and TLS
protocols with full-strength cryptography world-wide. Source:
www.openssl.org This piece of software is made available under
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libboost (1.51) Provides a repository for free peer-reviewed
portable C++ source libraries. The emphasis is on libraries
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theoretic multiple-precision integer library written entirely in C.
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which can be found at this site: www.wtfpl.net/txt/copying
MTD utility (1.5.0) MTD subsystem (Memory Technology
Devices) provides an abstraction layer for raw flash devices. It
makes it possible to use the same API when working with
different flash types and technologies, e.g. NAND, OneNAND,
NOR, AG-AND, ECC'd NOR, etc. MTD subsystem does not
deal with block devices like MMC, eMMC, SD, CompactFlash,
etc. These devices are not raw flashes but they have a Flash
Translation layer inside, which makes them look like block
devices. These devices are the subject of the Linux block
subsystem, not MTD.
Source:
http://www.linux-mtd.infradead.org/source.html This piece of
software is made available under the terms and conditions of the
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FFMpeg (0.6) Cross-platform solution to record, convert and
stream audio and video. It includes libavcodec - the leading
audio/video codec library. Source: www.ffmpeg.org This piece of
software is made available under the terms and conditions of the
GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1 or GNU
General Public License version 2, which can be found below.
________________________________________
zlib LICENSE zlib.h -- interface of the 'zlib' general purpose
compression library version 1.2.8, April 28th, 2013
Copyright (C) 1995-2013 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler
This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied
warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any
damages arising from the use of this software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any
purpose, including commercial applications, and to alter it and
redistribute it freely, subject to the following restrictions:
1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you
must not claim that you wrote the original software. If you use
this software in a product, an acknowledgment in the product
documentation would be appreciated but is not required. 2.
Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and
must not be misrepresented as being the original software. 3.
This notice may not be removed or altered from any source
distribution.
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([email protected])
________________________________________
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Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person or
organization obtaining a copy of the software and accompanying
documentation covered by this license (the "Software") to use,
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Software, and to prepare derivative works of the Software, and
to permit third-parties to whom the Software is furnished to do
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Independent JPEG Group's free JPEG software This package
contains C software to implement JPEG image encoding,
decoding, and transcoding. JPEG is a standardized compression
method for full-color and gray-scale images.
The distributed programs provide conversion between JPEG
"JFIF" format and image files in PBMPLUS PPM/PGM, GIF, BMP,
and Targa file formats. The core compression and
decompression library can easily be reused in other programs,
such as image viewers. The package is highly portable C code;
we have tested it on many machines ranging from PCs to Crays.
We are releasing this software for both noncommercial and
commercial use.
Companies are welcome to use it as the basis for JPEG-related
products. We do not ask a royalty, although we do ask for an
acknowledgement in product literature (see the README file in
the distribution for details). We hope to make this software
industrial-quality --- although, as with anything that's free, we
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offer no warranty and accept no liability. For more information,
contact [email protected]
Ciccani <[email protected]>.
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Contents of this directory jpegsrc.vN.tar.gz contains source code,
documentation, and test files for release N in Unix format.
jpegsrN.zip contains source code, documentation, and test files
for release N in Windows format.
jpegaltui.vN.tar.gz contains source code for an alternate user
interface for cjpeg/djpeg in Unix format.
jpegaltuiN.zip contains source code for an alternate user
interface for cjpeg/djpeg in Windows format.
wallace.ps.gz is a PostScript file of Greg Wallace's introductory
article about JPEG. This is an update of the article that appeared
in the April 1991 Communications of the ACM.
jpeg.documents.gz tells where to obtain the JPEG standard and
documents about JPEG-related file formats.
jfif.ps.gz is a PostScript file of the JFIF (JPEG File Interchange
Format) format specification.
jfif.txt.gz is a plain text transcription of the JFIF specification; it's
missing a figure, so use the PostScript version if you can.
TIFFTechNote2.txt.gz is a draft of the proposed revisions to TIFF
6.0's JPEG support.
pm.errata.gz is the errata list for the first printing of the textbook
"JPEG Still Image Data Compression Standard" by Pennebaker
and Mitchell.
jdosaobj.zip contains pre-assembled object files for
JMEMDOSA.ASM. If you want to compile the IJG code for MSDOS, but don't have an assembler, these files may be helpful.
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under any particular circumstance, the balance of the section is
intended to apply and the section as a whole is intended to
apply in other circumstances.
It is not the purpose of this section to induce you to infringe any
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any such claims; this section has the sole purpose of protecting
the integrity of the free software distribution system, which is
implemented by public license practices. Many people have
made generous contributions to the wide range of software
distributed through that system in reliance on consistent
application of that system; it is up to the author/donor to decide
if he or she is willing to distribute software through any other
system and a licensee cannot impose that choice.
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believed to be a consequence of the rest of this License.
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certain countries either by patents or by copyrighted interfaces,
the original copyright holder who places the Program under this
License may add an explicit geographical distribution limitation
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License incorporates the limitation as if written in the body of
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then the TV returns to standby mode. This is normal behaviour.
When the TV is disconnected and reconnected to the power
supply, the startup screen is displayed at the next startup. To
switch on the TV from standby, press on the remote control or
the TV.
15
Troubleshooting and
support
The standby light keeps on blinking
15.1
Troubleshooting
Disconnect the power cable from the power outlet. Wait 5
minutes before you reconnect the power cable. If the blinking
reoccurs, contact Philips TV Consumer Care.
Channels
Wrong menu language
Change the language back to your language.
No digital channels found during the installation
1. Press  and select Setup and press OK.
2. Select TV settings > General settings > Menu language and
press OK.
3. Select the language you want and press OK.
4. Press , repeatedly if necessary, to close the menu.
See the technical specifications to make sure that your TV
supports DVB-T or DVB-C in your country.
Make sure that all cables are properly connected and that the
correct network is selected.
Previously installed channels are not in the channel list
Make sure that the correct channel list is selected.
Picture
No picture / distorted picture
General
- Make sure that the antenna is properly connected to the TV.
- Make sure that the correct device is selected as the display
source.
- Make sure that the external device or source is properly
connected.
The TV does not switch on
- Disconnect the power cable from the power outlet. Wait for
one minute then reconnect it.
- Make sure that the power cable is securely connected.
Sound but no picture
Creaking sound at startup or switch off
- Make sure that the picture settings are set correctly.
When you are turning the TV on, off or to standby, you hear a
creaking sound from the TV chassis. The creaking sound is due
to the normal expansion and contraction of the TV as it cools
and warms up. This does not affect performance.
Poor antenna reception
- Make sure 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.
TV does not respond to the remote control
The TV requires some time to start up. During this time, the TV
does not respond to the remote control or TV controls. This is
normal behaviour.
If the TV continues to be unresponsive to the remote control,
you can check if the remote control is working by means of a
mobile phone camera. Put the phone in camera mode and point
the remote control to the camera lens. If you press any key on
the remote control and you notice the infra red LED flicker
through the camera, the remote control is working. The TV
needs to be checked.
If you do not notice the flickering, the remote control might be
broken or its batteries are low.
This method of checking the remote control is not possible with
remote controls which are wirelessly paired with the TV.
Poor picture from a device
- Make sure that the device is connected properly.
- Make sure that the picture settings are set correctly.
Picture settings change after a while
Make sure that Location is set to Home. You can change and
save settings in this mode.
A commercial banner appears
Make sure that Location is set to Home.
The TV goes back to standby after showing the Philips startup
Picture does not fit the screen
screen
Change to a different picture format. Press .
When the TV is in standby, a Philips startup screen is displayed,
Picture format keeps changing with different channels
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Select a non 'Auto' picture format.
- Make sure that the USB storage device is set to Mass Storage
Class compliant, as described in the storage device's
documentation.
- Make sure that the USB storage device is compatible with the
TV.
- Make sure that the audio and picture file formats are
supported by the TV.
Picture position is incorrect
Picture signals from some devices may not fit the screen
correctly. Check the signal output of the connected device.
Computer picture is not stable
Make sure that your PC uses the supported resolution and
refresh rate.
Choppy playback of USB files
- The transfer performance of the USB storage device may limit
the data transfer rate to the TV which causes poor playback.
Sound
15.2
No sound or poor sound quality
Register
If no audio signal is detected, the TV automatically switches the
audio output off — this does not indicate malfunction.
Register your TV and enjoy a range of benefits including full
support (including downloads), privileged access to information
about new products, exclusive offers and discounts, the chance
to win prizes and even participate in special surveys about new
releases.
- Make sure that the sound settings are correctly set.
- Make sure that all cables are properly connected.
- Make sure that the volume is not muted or set to zero.
- Make sure that the TV audio output is connected to the audio
input on the Home Theatre System.
- Sound should be heard from the HTS speakers.
- Some devices may require you to manually enable HDMI audio
output. If HDMI audio is already enabled, but you still do not
hear audio, try changing the digital audio format of the device to
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation). Refer to the documentation
accompanying your device for instructions.
Go to www.philips.com/welcome
15.3
Help
This TV offers help on screen.
Open Help
Connections
1. Press  to open the Home menu.
2. Select Help and press OK.
HDMI
- Note that HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
support can delay the time taken for a TV to display content
from an HDMI device.
- If the TV does not recognise the HDMI device and no picture
is displayed, switch the source from one device to another and
back again.
- If there are intermittent sound disruptions, make sure that
output settings from the HDMI device are correct.
- If you use an HDMI-to-DVI adapter or HDMI-to-DVI cable,
make sure that an additional audio cable is connected to
AUDIO IN (mini-jack only), if available.
15.4
Online help
To solve any Philips TV related problem, you can consult our
online support. You can select your language and enter your
product model number.
Go to www.philips.com/support .
On the support site you can find your country's telephone
number to contact us as well as answers to frequently asked
questions (FAQs). In some countries, you can chat with one of
our colaborators and ask your question directly or send a
question by email.
You can download new TV software or the manual to read on
your computer.
EasyLink does not work
- Make sure that your HDMI devices are HDMI-CEC
compatible. EasyLink features only work with devices that are
HDMI-CEC compatible.
No volume icon shown
- When a HDMI-CEC audio device is connected this behaviour
is normal.
Photos, videos and music from a USB device do not show
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15.5
Consumer Care / Repair
For support and repair, call the Consumer Care hotline in your
country. Find the telephone number in the printed
documentation that came with the TV.
Or consult our website www.philips.com/support .
TV model number and serial number
You might be asked to provide the TV product model number
and serial number. Find these numbers on the packaging label or
on the type label on the back or bottom of the TV.
 Warning
Do not attemp to repair the TV yourself. This may cause severe
injury, irreparable damage to your TV or void your warranty.
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16
Risk of injury or damage to the TV
Safety and care
- Two people are required to lift and carry a TV that weighs
more than 25 kg or 55 lbs.
16.1
- If you mount the TV on a stand, only use the supplied stand.
Secure the stand to the TV tightly.
Place the TV on a flat, level surface that can support the weight
of the TV and the stand.
Safety
Important
- When wall mounted, ensure that the wall mount can safely
bear the weight of the TV set. TP Vision bears no responsibility
for improper wall mounting that results in accident, injury or
damage.
Read and understand all safety instructions before you use the
TV. If damage is caused by failure to follow instructions, the
warranty does not apply.
- Parts of this product are made of glass. Handle with care to
avoid injury or damage.
Secure the TV from falling over
Risk of damage to the TV !
Always use the supplied wall bracket to secure the TV from
falling over. Mount the bracket and secure the TV onto the
bracket, even if you put the TV on the floor.
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.
You can find the mounting instructions in the Quick Start Guide
that came with the TV. In case you lost this guide, you can
download the guide from www.philips.com
Use the product type number of the TV to look for the Quick
Start Guide to download.
Risk of injury to children
Follow these precautions to prevent the TV from toppling over
and causing injury to children:
Risk of electric shock or fire
- Never place the TV on a surface covered by a cloth or other
material that can be pulled away.
- 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 TV Consumer Care to have the TV checked
before use.
- 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.
- Never expose the TV, remote control or batteries to excessive
heat. Never place them near burning candles, naked flames or
other heat sources, including direct sunlight.
- Teach children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to
reach the TV.
Risk of swallowing batteries !
- Never insert objects into the ventilation slots or other
openings on the TV.
The remote control may contain coin-type batteries which can
easily be swallowed by small children. Keep these batteries out
of reach of children at all times.
- Never place heavy objects on the power cord.
- Avoid force coming onto power plugs. Loose power plugs can
cause arcing or fire. Ensure that no strain is exerted on the
power cord when you swivel the TV screen.
Risk of overheating
- To disconnect the TV from the mains power, the power plug
of the TV must be disconnected. When disconnecting the
power, always pull the power plug, never the cord. Ensure that
you have full access to the power plug, power cord and outlet
socket at all times.
Never install the TV in a confined space. Always leave a space of
at least 10 cm or 4 inches around the TV for ventilation. Ensure
curtains or other objects never cover the ventilation slots on the
TV.
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Lightning storms
Disconnect the TV from the power outlet and antenna before
lightning storms.
During lightning storms, never touch any part of the TV, power
cord or antenna cable.
Risk of hearing damage
Avoid using earphones or headphones at high volumes or for
prolonged periods of time.
Low temperatures
If the TV is transported in temperatures below 5°C or 41°F,
unpack the TV and wait until the TV temperature reaches room
temperature before connecting the TV to the power outlet.
Humidity
In rare occasions, depending on temperature and humidity,
minor condensation can occur on the inside of the TV glass
front (on some models). To prevent this, do not expose the TV
to direct sunlight, heat or extreme humidity. If condensation
occurs, it will disappear spontaneously while the TV is playing for
a few hours.
The condensation moisture will not harm the TV or cause
malfunction.
16.2
Screen care
- 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 and wipe
gently. Never use substances such as alcohol, chemicals or
household cleaners on the TV.
- To avoid deformations and colour fading, wipe off water drops
as quickly as possible.
Avoid stationary images as much as possible. Stationary images
are images that remain onscreen for extended periods of time.
Stationary images include onscreen menus, black bars, time
displays, etc. If you must use stationary images, reduce screen
contrast and brightness to avoid screen damage.
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consumers which, like any electronic apparatus, in general have
the ability to emit and receive electromagnetic signals. One of
Philips’ leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health
and safety measures for our products, to comply with all
applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the Electro
Magnetic Field (EMF) standards applicable at the time of
producing the products. Philips is committed to develop,
produce and market products that cause no adverse health
effects. TP Vision confirms that, as long as its products are
handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use
according to scientific evidence available today. Philips plays an
active role in the development of international EMF and safety
standards, enabling Philips to anticipate further developments in
standardisation for early integration in its products.
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Terms of use,
copyrights and licenses
17.1
Terms of use
2014 © TP Vision Europe B.V. All rights reserved.
This product was brought to the market by TP Vision Europe
B.V. or one of its affiliates, hereinafter referred to as TP Vision,
which is the manufacturer of the product. TP Vision is the
warrantor in relation to the TV with which this booklet was
packaged. Philips and the Philips Shield Emblem are registered
trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V.
17.2
Copyrights and licenses
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks
are the property of Koninklijke Philips N.V or their respective
owners. TP Vision reserves the right to change products at any
time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
HDMI
The written material packaged with the TV and the manual
stored in the memory of the TV or downloaded from the Philips
website are believed to be adequate for the intended use of the
system.
HDMI®
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and
other countries.
The material in this manual is believed adequate for the intended
use of the system. If the product, or its individual modules or
procedures, are used for purposes other than those specified
herein, confirmation of their validity and suitability must be
obtained. TP Vision Europe B.V. warrants that the material itself
does not infringe any United States patents. No further warranty
is expressed or implied. TP Vision Europe B.V. cannot be held
responsible neither for any errors in the content of this
document nor for any problems as a result of the content in this
document. Errors reported to Philips will be adapted and
published on the Philips support website as soon as possible.
Terms of warranty Risk of injury, damage to TV or void of
warranty! Never attempt to repair the TV yourself. Use the TV
and accessories only as intended by the manufacturer. The
caution sign printed on the back of the TV indicates risk of
electric shock. Never remove the TV cover. Always contact
Philips TV Customer Care for service or repairs. Any operation
expressly prohibited in this manual, or any adjustments and
assembly procedures not recommended or authorised in this
manual, shall void the warranty. Pixel characteristics This
LCD/LED product has a high number of colour pixels. Although
it has effective pixels of 99.999% or more, black dots or bright
points of light (red, green or blue) may appear constantly on the
screen. This is a structural property of the display (within
common industry standards) and is not a malfunction. CE
compliance This product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directives
2006/95/EC (Low Voltage), 2004/108/EC (EMC) and
2011/65/EU (ROHS). Compliance with EMF TP Vision Europe
B.V. manufactures and sells many products targeted at
Dolby
Dolby®
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
MHEG software
The copyright in MHEG software (the Software) comprised in
this television (this product) and included to enable you to use
interactive television features is owned by S&T CLIENT
SYSTEMS LIMITED (the Owner). You are permitted to use the
Software only in conjunction with this product.
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Kensington
Kensington and Micro Saver are registered US trademarks of
ACCO World Corporation with issued registrations and
pending applications in other countries throughout the world.
Other trademarks
All other registered and unregistered trademarks are the
property of their respective owners.
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