Philips 14PT2010 User manual

Philips 14PT2010 User manual
14PT2010
21PT2010
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Safety Information/Useful Tips ........................................................................... 3
Before Calling Service ...................................................................................... 4
Basic Installation/Function
Hooking Up Your TV (Basic Connection) ............................................................. 5
Use/Care of Remote Control .............................................................................. 5
Connecting the Audio/Video Sockets (Playback) ................................................ 6
Functions of Remote Control ............................................................................. 7
Functions of TV Controls ................................................................................... 8
TV Installation
Selecting the Main Menu ................................................................................... 9
Automatic Tuning of Channels ........................................................................... 10
Manual Tuning of Channels ................................................................................ 10
Fine Tuning of Channels .................................................................................... 12
Selecting the Colour/Sound System .................................................................. 13
Adjusting the TV Picture ................................................................................... 14
Smart Picture Control ....................................................................................... 15
General
Specification ..................................................................................................... 16
Recycling Directive _ To minimise harm to the environment, the batteries
supplied with the TV set do not contain mercury or nickel cadmium. If possible,
when disposing of batteries, use recycling means available to you. Your TV set uses
materials which are reusable or which can be recycled. To minimise the amount of
waste in the environment, specialist companies recover used sets for dismantling and
collection of reusable materials (contact your dealer).
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SAFETY INFORMATION AND USEFUL TIPS
Safety Information
•
_
_
_
Disconnect mains plug when:
the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously.
a bright white line is displayed across the screen.
cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents. Use a slight damp
chamois leather or soft cloth.
_ there is a lightning storm.
_ the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time.
• No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on top of the TV or
in the vicinity.
• Do not place your TV set under direct sunlight or heat.
• Leave at least 5 cm around each side of TV set to allow for proper ventilation.
• Avoid placing your set (e.g. near the window) where it is likely to be exposed to rain or
water.
• No objects filled with liquids should be placed on top the TV so as to avoid dripping or
splashing of liquids on the set.
Useful Tips
• Do not leave your set on standby mode for a prolonged period of time. Switch off set to
allow it to be demagnetised. A demagnetised set supports good picture quality.
• Do not shift or move the set around when it is switched on. Uneveness in colour in
some parts of the screen may occur.
• Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself. Always consult a skilled service
personnel.
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BEFORE CALLING SERVICE
Below is a list of frequently occurred symptoms. Before you call for service, make these
simple checks. Some of these symptoms can easily be rectified if you know what to do.
Symptom
What you should do
Colour patch
(uneveness)
• Switch off the TV by the mains power button. Wait for 20
minutes before switching on again.
• Check the TV is not placed too near speakers or magnetic objects.
No power
• Check the TV’s AC power cord is plugged into the mains
socket. If there is still no power, disconnect plug. Wait
for 60 seconds and re-insert plug. Switch on TV again.
No picture
• Check the antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
• Possible TV station problem. Try another channel.
Good picture
but no sound
• Try increasing the volume.
• Check that the sound is not muted. If it is muted, press
the Mute button on the remote control to restore sound.
Good sound but poor
colour or no picture
• Try increasing the contrast colour and brightness setting.
Snowish picture and
noise
• Check antenna connection at the rear of the TV.
Horizontal dotted lines
• Possible electrical interference e.g. hairdryer, vacuum
cleaner, etc. Switch off appliances.
Double images or
“Ghost” images
• Possible poor positioning of antenna. Using a highly
directional antenna may improve reception.
TV not responding to
remote control handset
• Check life span of batteries of remote control handset.
• Aim remote control handset directly at remote control
sensor lens on the TV.
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HOOKING
UP
YOUR TV (BASIC CONNECTION)
Antenna Connection
• Connect the aerial plug to the antenna socket
on the backcover.
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• Insert the mains plug into the wall socket.
Mains Connection
• For correct mains voltage, refer to type sticker at the
rear of the TV set.
• Consult your dealer if mains supply is different.
Note : This diagram is not representative of the
actual plug and socket.
Switch on the set
• Press the main power button to switch on/off the TV.
• If the set is on standby (indicator is red), press the
Power button on the remote control to switch on
set.
USE/CARE OF REMOTE CONTROL
• Insert the correct type of batteries into the
compartment.
• Ensure the batteries are placed in the right direction.
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CONNECTING THE AUDIO/VIDEO SOCKETS (PLAYBACK)
You can view the playback of VCR/VCD/DVD tapes by using the AUDIO and VIDEO INPUT
sockets on the side or rear of the TV.
Connect the VIDEO and AUDIO IN sockets on the side or rear of the TV to the VIDEO and
AUDIO OUT sockets on the audio/video equipment.
Note:
• For S-VIDEO IN and VIDEO 1 IN share the same channel, therefore can not be used
stimultaneously.
• S-VIDEO offers superior colour and detail reproduction over conventional video
connections.
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FUNCTION of REMOTE CONTROL
q Display Button
_ Press to display the current channel NO. ,
colour and sound system.
STANDBY
MUTE
n
DISPLAY
SLEEP
o
SKIP
NORMAL
w
r Sleep Button
Allows you to select a time period after which
the set will switch to standby mode
automatically.This television can be programmed
p
q
r
s
t
TV/AV
up to 120 minutes (10 minutes intervals).
s Skip Button
Select an unwanted channel NO., press button
to skip. The channel number will be displayed
in red. Note:To restore the skipped channel,
press digit button or -/-- button to recall the
skipped channel NO., then press Skip button
to change the channel NO. from red to green
colour.
u
C
v
v
C
w
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t Normal Button
To switch between the 4 picture settings:
DYNAMIC, STANDARD, MILD and MEMORY.
u TV/AV Button
To switch between TV channel and AV input
sources.
v Volume +/- Buttons
_ Increases or decreases volume.
_ Allows you to access the sub-menus and
adjust the settings.
n Standby button
_ Switch the set off temporarily to standby mode.
(The red light indicator lights up when the set
is on standby mode).
_ To switch on set from standby mode, press
Channel +/- , or TV/AV, Standby button.
w Channel +/- Buttons
_ Allows you to select channels in ascending
or descending order.
_ Allows you to select the next item in the
menu.
o Digit (0-9) / -/-- Buttons
_ Press 0-9 buttons to select a channel. For a 2digit channel number, press -/-- button follow by the required digits.
Menu Button
Display the main menu. Also exits menu from
screen.
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p Mute Buttons
_ Mute sound. To restore sound, press button
again.
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FUNCTION OF TV CONTROLS
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21PT2010
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r
q
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n
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n
n
Mains Power button
Switch mains power on or off
o
Remote Sensor
Acts as a sensor for activating the controls of the TV
when remote control handset is aimed at it.
p
Standby light indicator
Indicate red light when standby mode is activated.
q
Channel down/up button
• Select channel in descending/ascending order.
• Turn on the TV when it is in standby mode.
• Select the next item on the menu.
r
Volume down/up button
• Adjust sound volume softer/louder.
• Access sub-menu and adjusting the settings.
s
Menu button
• Enter the main menu.
t
TV/AV button
• Switch between TV channel and AV input sources.
• Turn on the TV when it is in standby mode.
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SELECTING THE MAIN MENU
Operating instructions generally explains the operation of the TV set using
the buttons on the remote control unless otherwise stated. Please read the
following instructions carefully and follow the steps as shown to familiarise
yourself with the installations and all features available in your set.
Press the Menu button repeatedly to select the main menu PICTURE, MEMORY and SYSTEM.
Step
Press button
Result on screen
PICTURE
V
Press once to enter PICTURE
main menu.
MENU
COLOR
50
BRIGHT
50
CONT
100
SHARP
50
SELECTÇÈ
MEMORY
V
Press twice to enter MEMORY
main menu.
MENU
ADJUSTÅÆ
AUTO SEARCH
MANUAL STORE
FINE TUNE
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
SYSTEM
V
Press three times to enter
SYSTEM main menu.
MENU
COLOR
AUTO
SOUND
BG
LANGUAGE
B.B
Menu exit from screen.
MENU
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
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AUTOMATIC TUNING
OF
CHANNELS
Automatic tuning of channels allows you to store each programme automatically.
Step
Press button
MENU
Result on screen
MEMORY
V
Press twice to enter MEMORY
main menu.
AUTO SEARCH
MANUAL STORE
FINE TUNE
Press button repeatedly until
AUTO SEARCH is selected.
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
Start automatic tuning of
channels.
Press button to stop tuning.
Note: when the tuning is
completed, the menu will quit
automatically.
1
AUTO
○
○
VHFL
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
STOPÅ
MANUAL TUNING OF CHANNELS
Manual tuning allows you to select your preferred channel number for every available programme.
Step
Press button
MENU
Result on screen
MEMORY
V
Press twice to enter MEMORY
main menu.
AUTO SEARCH
MANUAL STORE
FINE TUNE
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
MEMORY
AUTO SEARCH
V
Press button repeatedly until
Manual Store is selected.
MANUAL STORE
FINE TUNE
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
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MANUAL TUNING OF CHANNELS
Step
Press button
Result on screen
Enter Manual Store menu.
MANUAL
V
SEARCH
DOWN
STORE
?
POSITION
01
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
Press button to manual tune
upward. Searching stops once
a transmitting signal is found.
VHFL
MANUAL
○
○
○
○
○
○
UP
○
○
○
○
STOPÅ
MANUAL
Select POSITION.
V
Change the channel position
number.
SEARCH
DOWN
STORE
?
POSITION
02
SELECTÇÈ
ADJUSTÅÆ
MANUAL
Select STORE.
V
SEARCH
DOWN
STORE
?
POSITION
02
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
MANUAL
Press button to confirm
V
9
MENU
Press button to exit menu
from screen or menu will quit
after a few seconds without
further action.
SEARCH
DOWN
STORE
OK
POSITION
02
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
Notes:
• When a channel is found, it can be stored into any channel position number as your desired.
• Manual searching direction can be both upward or downward. This can be choosen by pressing the
VOLUME or VOLUME
button to start the searching.
• To stop manual tuning, press VOLUME
button when searching upward, or press VOLUME
button when searching downward.
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FINE TUNING of CHANNELS
This feature allows you to adjust picture reception in areas of weak reception.
Step
Press button
Press twice to enter MEMORY
main menu.
MEMORY
V
MENU
Result on screen
AUTO SEARCH
MANUAL STORE
FINE TUNE
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
MEMORY
Press button repeatedly until
Fine Tune is selected.
AUTO SEARCH
MANUAL STORE
V
FINE TUNE
SELECTÇÈ CONFIRMÅÆ
Fine tune the channel upward.
VHFH
FINE TUNE
○
○
○
○
○
○
UP
○
○
○
○
EXIT: MENU ADJUST Å Æ
Fine tune the channel downward.
MENU
Press button to exit menu
from screen or menu will quit
after a few seconds without
further action.
VHFH
FINE TUNE
○
12
○
○
○
○
DOWN
○
○
○
○
EXIT: MENU ADJUST Å Æ
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SELECTING
THE
COLOUR/SOUND SYSTEM
This feature allows you to select your desired Colour and Sound system. If Auto is selected, the
respective colour system will be automatically selected according to the transmission system. Note:
Select your desired colour system manually if reception is poor at Auto mode.
Step
Press button
MENU
Result on screen
SYSTEM
V
Press three times to enter
SYSTEM main menu.
COLOR
AUTO
SOUND
BG
LANGUAGE
B.B
Press button repeatedly until
COLOR is selected.
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
SYSTEM
V
Select the desired colour system (AUTO, PAL, SECAM,
NTSC4.43 or NTSC3.58).
ON
COLOR
PAL
SOUND
BG
LANGUAGE
B.B
ON
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
Proceed to select SOUND.
SYSTEM
V
COLOR
PAL
SOUND
BG
LANGUAGE
B.B
ON
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
Select the desired sound system (BG or DK).
SYSTEM
V
COLOR
PAL
SOUND
DK
LANGUAGE
MENU
Press button to exit menu
from screen or menu will quit
after a few seconds without
further action.
B.B
ON
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
Note : the above procedures are also applicable to the following functions:
• B.B (blue backgroud): sets this function on or off. When B.B is selected to ON mode, it will display
a solid blue screen when a channel is selected that has no signal.
• LANGUAGE selection: you can select Chinese or English OSD.
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ADJUSTING THE TV PICTURE
This picture menu allows you to make adjustments to the picture.
Step
Press button
Press once to enter PICTURE
main menu.
PICTURE
V
MENU
Result on screen
COLOR
50
BRIGHT
50
CONT
100
SHARP
50
TINT
50
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
Select item.
PICTURE
V
COLOR
50
BRIGHT
50
CONT
100
SHARP
50
TINT
50
SELECTÇÈ ADJUSTÅÆ
PICTURE
Adjust level or select desired
setting.
V
MENU
Press button to exit menu
from screen or menu will quit
after a few seconds without
further action.
COLOR
50
BRIGHT
30
CONT
100
SHARP
50
TINT
SELECTÇÈ
50
ADJUSTÅÆ
Picture menu items
Activities
COLOR
Increase or decrease colour level.
BRIGHT
Increase or decrease brightness level.
CONT
Increase or decrease contrast level.
SHARP
Increase or decrease sharpness level to
improve detail in picture.
TINT(for NTSC only)
Increase or decrease tint of NTSC picture.
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SMART PICTURE CONTROL
Whether you are watching a movie or video game, your TV has automatic video control settings
matched to your current program source or content. The Smart Picture feature quickly resets your
TV’s video controls of program for a number of different types of programs and viewing conditions
you may have in your home. Each Smart Picture setting is preset at the factory to automatically adjust
the TV’s Brightness, Colour, Picture and Sharpness levels.
Step
Press button
NORMAL
Press button repeatedly to cycle through the 4 settings
namely, MEMORY, DYNAMIC, STANDARD & MILD and
select your desired picture setting.
Definition of Picture settings
MEMORY
: picture settings are set to your preference.
DYNAMIC
: Emphasize very vibrant colours. This setting is the optimal setting when you are
viewing TV programmes in a brightly-lit
room.
MEMORY
DYNAMIC
STANDARD : Emphasize original colours.
MILD
: Emphasize “warm”colours.
(Suitable for dimly-lit room condition and
gives cinema-like effect when light is
switched off).
STANDARD
MILD
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SPECIFICATION
14PT2010
21PT2010
Picture tube screen size (diagonal)
37cm
54cm
Audio Output:
speaker
2 x 2W
2 x 4W
Set Dimension
Width
Depth
Height
331
441
367
600
456
372
Net weight of Set (approximate)
10kg
21kg
TV system
PAL BG
PAL DK
SECAM BG
SECAM DK
Playback System
NTSC3.58, NTSC4.43
Note
For Operating Voltage, Frequency, Power Conumption, refer to the type number at the rear of the
set.
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