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1Wichtig
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Sicherheit2
Pflege Ihres Geräts
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Umweltschutz
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Prüfzeichen4
Hilfe und Support
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Open-Source-Software4
2 Ihr Produkt
Hauptgerät
Fernbedienung
Anschlüsse
Kabelloser Subwoofer
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6 Aktualisieren der Software
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Prüfen der Software-Version
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Aktualisieren von Software über das
Internet18
Aktualisieren von Software über USB 19
7Wandhalterung
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8 Produktspezifikationen
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9Fehlerbehebung
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3Verbinden
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Netzwerkeinrichtungsau­fforderung
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Aufstellung
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Kopplung mit dem Subwoofer
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Anschließen eines Audioausgangs von
einem Fernseher aus
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Audio von anderen Geräten
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Anschließen digitaler Geräte über HDMI 11
4 Chromecast integriert und
Spotify Connect
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Verbinden des Geräts mit dem Netzwerk12
Musik-Streaming an das Gerät
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Navigieren durch das Startmenü
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5 Verwenden Ihres Produkts
Einstellen der Lautstärke
Tonauswahl
Audiowiedergabe über Bluetooth
Bluetooth-Verbindung über NFC
MP3-Player
USB-Speichergeräte
Auto standby
Einstellen der Display-Helligkeit
Verwenden der Werkseinstellungen
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1Wichtig
Lesen Sie alle Anweisungen gründlich durch,
bevor Sie Ihr Gerät verwenden. Wenn Sie sich
bei der Verwendung nicht an die folgenden
Hinweise halten, erlischt Ihre Garantie.
Sicherheit
Risiko von Stromschlägen und Brandgefahr!
• Vergewissern Sie sich vor dem Herstellen
oder Ändern von Verbindungen, dass alle
Geräte vom Stromnetz getrennt sind.
• Setzen Sie das Gerät sowie das Zubehör
weder Regen noch Wasser aus. Platzieren
Sie niemals Behälter mit Flüssigkeiten wie
Vasen in der Nähe des Geräts. Wenn das
Gerät außen oder innen mit Flüssigkeit
in Kontakt kommt, ziehen Sie sofort
den Netzstecker. Kontaktieren Sie das
Service-Center, um das Produkt vor der
Verwendung überprüfen zu lassen.
• Setzen Sie das Gerät sowie das Zubehör nie
offenem Feuer oder anderen Wärmequellen
(z. B. direktem Sonnenlicht) aus.
• Führen Sie keine Gegenstände in die
Lüftungsschlitze oder andere Öffnungen
des Produkts ein.
• Wenn der Netzstecker bzw. Gerätestecker
als Trennvorrichtung verwendet wird, muss
die Trennvorrichtung frei zugänglich bleiben.
• Batterien (Akkus bzw. integrierte Akkus)
sollten nicht starker Wärme durch
Sonnenlicht, Feuer etc. ausgesetzt werden.
• Trennen Sie das Gerät vor Gewittern vom
Netzanschluss.
• Ziehen Sie immer am Stecker, um das
Stromkabel vom Netzanschluss zu trennen,
niemals am Kabel.
Kurzschluss- und Feuergefahr!
• Informationen zum Gerätetyp und zur
Stromversorgung finden Sie auf dem
Typenschild auf der Rück- oder Unterseite
des Produkts.
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Stellen Sie vor dem Verbinden des Geräts
mit dem Stromnetz sicher, dass die
Netzspannung mit dem auf der Rückseite
oder Unterseite des Geräts aufgedruckten
Wert übereinstimmt. Verbinden Sie das
Gerät nicht mit dem Netzanschluss, falls
die Spannung nicht mit diesem Wert
übereinstimmt.
Gefahr von Beschädigungen für das Produkt
und Verletzungsgefahr!
• Bei der Wandmontage muss dieses
Produkt in Übereinstimmung mit den
Installationsanweisungen sicher an der
Wand befestigt werden. Verwenden Sie
nur die mitgelieferte Wandhalterung
(wenn verfügbar). Eine unsachgemäße
Wandmontage kann Unfälle, Verletzungen
oder Schäden zur Folge haben. Wenn Sie
Fragen haben, wenden Sie sich an das
Service-Center in Ihrem Land.
• Platzieren Sie das Gerät niemals auf
Netzkabeln oder anderen elektrischen
Geräten.
• Wenn das Gerät bei Temperaturen unter
5 °C transportiert wird, packen Sie es aus,
und warten Sie, bis es Zimmertemperatur
erreicht hat, bevor Sie es mit dem
Netzanschluss verbinden.
• Teile dieses Produkts können aus Glas sein.
Seien Sie vorsichtig, um Verletzung und
Beschädigungen zu vermeiden.
Risiko der Überhitzung!
• Stellen Sie dieses Gerät nicht in
einem geschlossenen Bereich auf. Das
Gerät benötigt an allen Seiten einen
Lüftungsabstand von mindestens 10 cm.
Stellen Sie sicher, dass keine Vorhänge und
anderen Gegenstände die Lüftungsschlitze
des Geräts abdecken.
Kontamination möglich!
• Verwenden Sie niemals zugleich alte
und neue Batterien oder Batterien
unterschiedlichen Typs (z. B. Zink-Kohleund Alkali-Batterien).
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•
•
Es besteht Explosionsgefahr, wenn
Batterien nicht ordnungsgemäß eingesetzt
werden. Ersetzen Sie die Batterien nur
durch Batterien desselben bzw. eines
gleichwertigen Typs.
Nehmen Sie die Batterien heraus, wenn
sie leer sind oder wenn die Fernbedienung
längere Zeit nicht verwendet wird.
Batterien enthalten chemische Substanzen
und müssen ordnungsgemäß entsorgt
werden.
Gefahr des Verschluckens von Batterien!
• Das Produkt bzw. die Fernbedienung
kann eine münz-/knopfähnliche Batterie
enthalten, die verschluckt werden könnte.
Bewahren Sie die Batterie jederzeit
außerhalb der Reichweite von Kindern auf!
Wenn die Batterie verschluckt wird, kann
dies zu ernsthaften Verletzungen oder zum
Tod führen. Innerhalb von zwei Stunden
nach dem Verschlucken können schwere
innere Entzündungen auftreten.
• Wenn Sie glauben, dass eine Batterie
verschluckt wurde oder anderweitig in
den Körper gelangt ist, konsultieren Sie
umgehend einen Arzt.
• Wenn Sie die Batterien austauschen,
bewahren Sie alle neuen und gebrauchten
Batterien außerhalb der Reichweite von
Kindern auf. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass
das Batteriefach vollständig geschlossen
ist, nachdem Sie die Batterie ausgetauscht
haben.
• Wenn das Batteriefach nicht vollständig
geschlossen werden kann, verwenden Sie
das Produkt nicht mehr. Bewahren Sie es
außerhalb der Reichweite von Kindern auf,
und wenden Sie sich an den Hersteller.
Gerät der GERÄTEKLASSE II mit doppelter
Isolierung und ohne Schutzleiter.
Verwenden Sie nur die in der
Bedienungsanleitung aufgelisteten Netzteile.
Pflege Ihres Geräts
Reinigen Sie das Gerät nur mit einem
Mikrofasertuch.
Umweltschutz
Entsorgung von Altgeräten und Batterien
Ihr Gerät wurde unter Verwendung
hochwertiger Materialien und Komponenten
entwickelt und hergestellt, die recycelt und
wiederverwendet werden können.
Dieses Symbol auf einem Produkt bedeutet,
dass für dieses Produkt die Europäische
Richtlinie 2012/19/EU gilt.
Dieses Symbol bedeutet, dass das Produkt
Batterien enthält, für die die Europäische
Richtlinie 2013/56/EU gilt. Entsorgen Sie diese
niemals über den normalen Hausmüll.
Informieren Sie sich über die örtlichen
Bestimmungen zur getrennten Sammlung
von elektrischen und elektronischen Geräten
sowie Batterien. Befolgen Sie die örtlichen
Bestimmungen, und entsorgen Sie das Produkt
und die Batterien nicht mit dem normalen
Hausmüll. Eine ordnungsgemäße Entsorgung
von alten Produkten und Batterien hilft, negative
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Auswirkungen auf Umwelt und Gesundheit zu
vermeiden.
Herausnehmen der Batterien
Beziehen Sie sich zum Entfernen der Batterien
auf den entsprechenden Abschnitt zum
Einsetzen der Batterien.
Prüfzeichen
Dieses Produkt entspricht den Richtlinien der
Europäischen Union zu Funkstörungen.
Hiermit erklärt Gibson Innovations, dass dieses
Produkt den grundlegenden Anforderungen
und anderen relevanten Bestimmungen
der Richtlinie 2014/53/EU entspricht. Die
Konformitätserklärung finden Sie unter
www.p4c.philips.com.
Hilfe und Support
Für umfangreichen Online-Support besuchen
Sie www.philips.com/support, um Folgendes zu
tun:
• Herunterladen des Benutzerhandbuchs
und der Kurzanleitung
• Anzeigen der Videoanleitungen (nur für
ausgewählte Modelle verfügbar)
• Suchen von Antworten auf häufig gestellte
Fragen (FAQs)
• Einsenden spezieller Fragen per E-Mail
• Kontaktaufnehmen mit einem unserer
Support-Mitarbeiter
Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen auf der Website
zur Auswahl Ihrer Sprache, und geben Sie dann
die Modellnummer Ihres Produkts ein.
Sie können sich für Support auch an das
Service-Center in Ihrem Land wenden. Bevor
Sie den Kontakt aufnehmen, sollten Sie das
Modell und die Seriennummer Ihres Produkts
notieren. Diese Informationen finden Sie auf der
Rück- oder Unterseite Ihres Produkts.
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Open-Source-Software
Dieses Produkt enthält unter einer OpenSource-Lizenz lizenzierte Software.
Bestätigungen und Lizenztexte finden in der
Bedienungsanleitung Ihres Produkts unter www.
philips.com/support.
Gibson Innovations Limited bietet hiermit
auf Nachfrage die Lieferung einer Kopie des
entsprechenden Quellcodes an. Dies gilt für die
in diesem Produkt verwendeten Open SourceSoftwarepakete, für die ein solches Angebot
anhand der entsprechenden Lizenzen angefragt
wurde. Dieses Angebot gilt 3 Jahre ab Kaufdatum.
Schreiben Sie an folgende Adresse, um den
Quellcode zu erhalten: open.source-gi@gibson.
com. Wenn Sie keine E-Mail schreiben möchten
oder nicht innerhalb einer Woche, nachdem
Sie an diese E-Mail-Adresse geschrieben haben,
eine Empfangsbestätigung erhalten, schreiben
Sie an: Open Source Team, Gibson Innovations
Limited, 5/F, Philips Electronics Building,
5 Science Park East Avenue, Hong Kong Science
Park, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong.
2 Ihr Produkt
Herzlichen Glückwunsch zu Ihrem Kauf
und willkommen bei Philips! Um die
Unterstützung von Philips optimal nutzen
zu können (z. B. Benachrichtigungen für
Softwareaktualisierungen), registrieren Sie Ihr
Produkt bitte unter www.philips.com/welcome.
Hauptgerät
In diesem Abschnitt wird das Hauptgerät im
Überblick dargestellt.
d Rote/weiße/orange LED
Rote LED
• Leuchtet, wenn das Gerät nicht mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist und sich
im Eco Standby-Modus befindet
Weiße LED
• Leuchtet, wenn das Produkt mit dem
Netzwerk verbunden ist
• Leuchtet, wenn das Produkt mit dem
Netzwerk verbunden ist und sich im
vernetzten Standby-Modus befindet
• Blinkt, wenn das Gerät eine Verbindung
zum Netzwerk herstellt
Orangefarbene LED
• Leuchtet, wenn eine
Softwareaktualisierung erkannt wurde
e Anzeigefeld
f NFC-Tag
Tippen auf den Tag mit dem NFC-fähigen
Gerät zur Bluetooth-Verbindung
a b
a
c d
e f
• Einschalten des Gerätes
• Schalten des Gerätes den ECOStandby-Modus, wenn das Gerät nicht
mit dem Netzwerk verbunden ist
• Schalten des Gerätes in den vernetzten
Standby-Modus, wenn das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist
b SOURCE
• Auswählen der Eingangsquelle für
dieses Produkt
• Spotify Premium-Benutzer: schnelles
Fortsetzen der Spotify ConnectWiedergabe
c Volume +/Erhöhen oder Verringern der Lautstärke.
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OPTISCH: Wechseln der Audioquelle zum
optischen Anschluss.
AUDIO IN: Schalten der Audioquelle auf
die MP3-Verbindung (3,5 mm-Buchse)
USB: Wechseln in den USB-Modus
: Wechseln in den Bluetooth-Modus
SOURCE: Auswählen der Eingangsquelle
für dieses Produkt Spotify PremiumBenutzer: schnelles Fortsetzen der Spotify
Connect-Wiedergabe
Fernbedienung
In diesem Abschnitt wird die Fernbedienung im
Überblick dargestellt.
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b
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d
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(Standby-Ein)
• Einschalten des Gerätes
• Schalten des Gerätes den ECOStandby-Modus, wenn das Gerät nicht
mit dem Netzwerk verbunden ist
• Schalten des Gerätes in den vernetzten
Standby-Modus, wenn das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist
b Source-Tasten
HDMI IN: Wechseln der Quelle zum
HDMI IN-Anschluss
HDMI ARC: Wechseln der Quelle zum
HDMI ARC-Anschluss
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/ (Zurück/Vor)
Springen zum vorherigen/nächsten Titel
d
(Wiedergabe/Pause)
Starten, Anhalten, Fortsetzen der
Wiedergabe
e TREBLE +/Erhöhen oder verringern der Höhen.
f Lautstärkeregelung
• +/-: Erhöhen oder Verringern der
Lautstärke.
•
: Stummschalten oder erneutes
Einschalten des Tons.
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g Steuerung des Soundmodus
SMART: Automatische Auswahl eines
passenden vordefinierten Soundmodus für
Ihre Video- und Musikinhalte
MUSIC: Auswählen des StereoSoundmodus
VOICE: Auswählen des Soundmodus für
Klangqualität
SURR: Auswählen des SurroundSoundmodus
h AUDIO SYNC +/Erhöhen/Verringern der Audioverzögerung.
i AUTO VOL ON/OFF
Ein-/Ausschalten der automatischen
Lautstärke
j NIGHT ON/OFF
Ein-/Ausschalten des Nachtmodus.
k DIM
Einstellen der Displayhelligkeit für dieses
Produkt
l BASS +/Erhöhen oder verringern der Bässe.
h
Anschlüsse
In diesem Abschnitt erhalten Sie einen
Überblick über die Anschlüsse Ihres Produkts.
h
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(USB)
• Anschließen an ein USB-Speichergerät
für die Audio-Medienwiedergabe
• Aktualisieren der Software dieses
Produkts
• Aufladen eines USB-Geräts
Kabelloser Subwoofer
Dieses Produkt wird mit kabellosem Subwoofer
geliefert.
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a HDMI OUT (ARC) - TO TV
Verbinden mit HDMI (ARC)-Eingang des
Fernsehers
b HDMI IN
Verbinden mit HDMI-Ausgabe bei einem
digitalen Gerät.
c DC IN
Anschluss an die Stromversorgung.
d RESET
Drücken der Taste mit einem spitzen
Gegenstand, um das Produkt auf die
Werkseinstellungen zurückzusetzen
e OPTICAL
Anschluss für einen optischen
Audioausgang des Fernsehers oder eines
digitalen Geräts.
f ETHERNET
Verbinden mit Ethernet-Eingang eines
Breitbandmodems oder Routers
g AUDIO IN
Audioeingang, beispielsweise für einen
MP3-Player (3,5-mm-Buchse)
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a Subwoofer-Anzeige
• Wenn die Stromversorgung
eingeschaltet ist, leuchtet die Anzeige
auf.
• Während des drahtlosen
Kopplungsvorgangs zwischen dem
Subwoofer und dem Hauptgerät blinkt
die Anzeige schnell weiß.
• Wenn der Kopplungsvorgang
abgeschlossen ist, leuchtet die Anzeige
weiß.
• Wenn der Kopplungsvorgang
fehlgeschlagen ist, blinkt die Anzeige
langsam weiß.
• Wenn die kabellose Verbindung eine
Minute lang unterbrochen ist, erlischt
die Anzeige.
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b CONNECT (Anschließen)
Drücken Sie die Taste, um in den
Kopplungsmodus für den Subwoofer zu
wechseln.
c AC MAINS~
Schließen Sie das Gerät an den Netzstrom
an.
3Verbinden
Dieser Abschnitt erläutert, wie Sie das Produkt
an einen Fernseher und andere Geräte
anschließen.
Informationen zu den wichtigsten Anschlüssen
dieses Produkts und den Zubehörteilen finden
Sie in der Kurzanleitung.
Hinweis
•• Informationen zum Gerätetyp und zur
Stromversorgung finden Sie auf dem Typenschild auf
der Rück- oder Unterseite des Produkts.
•• Vergewissern Sie sich vor dem Herstellen oder Ändern
von Verbindungen, dass alle Geräte vom Stromnetz
getrennt sind.
Netzwerkeinrichtungsau­
fforderung
Wenn das Gerät zum ersten Mal eingeschaltet
wird oder wenn das Gerät nicht mit dem
Netzwerk verbunden ist, werden Sie aufgefordert,
das Netzwerk einzurichten, um Musik von
Online-Musikdiensten übertragen zu können.
»» Das Display des Gerätes zeigt SETUP
(Einrichtung) an.
»» Die weiße LED an dem Gerät blinkt.
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Informationen zum Start der
Netzwerkeinrichtung finden Sie unter
„Chromecast integriert und Spotify Connect“.
Um die Netzwerkeinrichtung zu
überspringen, wählen Sie eine andere
Eingangsquelle.
Aufstellung
Stellen Sie den Subwoofer mindestens einen
Meter vom Hauptgerät und zehn Zentimeter
von der Wand entfernt auf.
Stellen Sie Ihren Subwoofer für die besten
Ergebnisse wie unten angegeben auf.
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Drücken Sie die Taste CONNECT
(Anschließen) auf dem Subwoofer, um in
den Kopplungsmodus zu wechseln.
»» Die Anzeige auf dem Subwoofer blinkt
schnell weiß.
Drücken Sie im HDMI ARC-Modus (HDMI
ARC drücken) auf der Fernbedienung
innerhalb von sechs Sekunden zweimal
und Volume + einmal, und halten Sie dann
BASS + gedrückt.
»» Wenn der Kopplungsvorgang
abgeschlossen ist, leuchtet die Anzeige
auf dem Subwoofer weiß.
»» Wenn der Kopplungsvorgang
fehlgeschlagen ist, blinkt die Anzeige auf
dem Subwoofer langsam weiß.
Wenn der Kopplungsvorgang
fehlgeschlagen ist, wiederholen Sie die
oben genannten Schritte.
Hinweis
•• Wenn die kabellose Verbindung oder Kopplung des
Subwoofers länger als eine Minute unterbrochen ist,
schaltet das Gerät automatisch in den Standby-Modus,
und die LED am Subwoofer schaltet sich aus.
Kopplung mit dem Subwoofer
Der kabellose Subwoofer stellt automatisch
eine kabellose Verbindung mit dem Hauptgerät
her, wenn Sie das Hauptgerät und den
Subwoofer einschalten.
Die manuelle Kopplung mit dem Hauptgerät ist
in einem der folgenden Fälle erforderlich:
• Die Audiowiedergabe vom Hauptgerät
erfolgt nicht über den Subwoofer.
• Mehr als 1 Philips HTL5160B-Set wird in
unmittelbarer Nähe (10 m) verwendet.
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Schalten Sie das Hauptgerät und den
Subwoofer ein.
»» Wenn die Verbindung zum Hauptgerät
verloren wird, blinkt die Anzeige auf
dem Lautsprecher langsam weiß.
Anschließen eines
Audioausgangs von einem
Fernseher aus
Verbinden Sie dieses Produkt mit einem
Fernseher. Sie können den Ton von
Fernsehprogrammen über die Lautsprecher
dieses Produkts wiedergeben.
Option 1: Anschluss an den Fernseher
über HDMI (ARC)
Beste Audioqualität
Dieses Produkt unterstützt HDMI mit Audio
Return Channel (ARC). Mit der ARC-Funktion
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können Sie die Audiosignale des Fernsehers
mithilfe eines HDMI-Kabels über das Gerät hören.
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein High Speed-HDMI-Kabel.
• Ihr Fernseher unterstützt sowohl
HDMI ARC als auch HDMI-CEC (siehe
Bedienungsanleitung des Fernsehers für
weitere Informationen).
• Bei einigen Fernsehermodellen muss die
externe Lautsprecherausgabe über das
Einstellungsmenü des Fernsehers aktiviert
werden (siehe Bedienungsanleitung des
Fernsehers für weitere Informationen).
Hinweis
•• Eine vollständige Interoperabilität mit allen HDMI-CECGeräten kann nicht garantiert werden.
•• Wenn Ihr Fernseher nicht HDMI ARC-kompatibel
ist, schließen Sie ein Audiokabel an, um den Ton des
Fernsehers über das Produkt zu hören.
Option 2: Anschluss an den Fernseher
über optisches Kabel
Beste Audioqualität
TV
TV
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Verbinden Sie den HDMI OUT
(ARC)-Anschluss am Produkt über ein
Hochgeschwindigkeits-HDMI-Kabel mit
dem HDMI ARC-Anschluss am Fernseher.
• Der HDMI ARC-Anschluss am
Fernseher kann unterschiedlich
gekennzeichnet sein. Weitere
Informationen finden Sie in der
Bedienungsanleitung des Fernsehers.
Aktivieren Sie die HDMI-CEC-Funktion auf
Ihrem Fernseher.
• Sehen Sie bei HDMI-CEC-Problemen
auf Ihrem Fernseher in der
Bedienungsanleitung des Fernsehers
nach, und stellen Sie sicher, dass die
HDMI-CEC-Konfiguration korrekt ist,
oder wenden Sie sich bei Bedarf an
den Hersteller des Fernsehers.
Drücken Sie die Taste HDMI ARC auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
HDMI ARC-Verbindung zu aktivieren.
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Verbinden Sie den OPTICAL-Anschluss
des Produkts über ein optisches Kabel mit
dem optischen Ausgang des Fernsehers.
• Der digitale optische Ausgang am
Fernseher kann folgendermaßen
gekennzeichnet sein: OPTICAL OUT,
SPDIF oder SPDIF OUT.
Drücken Sie die Taste OPTISCH auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
optische Verbindung zu aktivieren.
Option 3: Anschluss an den Fernseher
über analoge Audiokabel
Normale Audioqualität
AUDIO OUT
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R
TV
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2
Verbinden Sie den AUDIO IN-Anschluss
(3,5-mm-Buchse) an diesem Produkt
über ein analoges Audiokabel mit dem
analogen Audioausgang (rot und weiß) des
Fernsehers.
• Der analoge Audioausgang am
externen Gerät kann folgendermaßen
gekennzeichnet sein: AUDIO OUT.
Option 2: Anschluss an andere Geräte
über analoge Audiokabel
Normale Audioqualität
AUDIO OUT
L
R
Drücken Sie die Taste AUDIO IN auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
analoge Audioverbindung zu aktivieren.
Audio von anderen Geräten
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Sie können auch Audioinhalte von anderen
Geräten über die Lautsprecher dieses Produkts
wiedergeben.
Option 1: Anschluss an andere Geräte
über optisches Kabel
Beste Audioqualität
2
Verbinden Sie den AUDIO IN-Anschluss
(3,5-mm-Buchse) an diesem Produkt über
ein analoges Audiokabel mit dem analogen
Audioausgang (rot und weiß) des externen
Gerätes.
• Der analoge Audioausgang am
externen Gerät kann folgendermaßen
gekennzeichnet sein: AUDIO OUT.
Drücken Sie die Taste AUDIO IN auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
analoge Audioverbindung zu aktivieren.
Anschließen digitaler Geräte
über HDMI
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2
Verbinden Sie den OPTICAL-Anschluss
des Produkts über ein optisches Kabel
mit dem optischen Ausgang des externen
Geräts.
• Der digitale optische Ausgang am
externen Gerät kann folgendermaßen
gekennzeichnet sein: OPTICAL OUT,
SPDIF oder SPDIF OUT.
Drücken Sie die Taste OPTISCH auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
optische Verbindung zu aktivieren.
Schließen Sie digitale Geräte wie eine SetTop-Box, einen DVD-/Blu-ray-Player oder eine
Spielekonsole über einen einfachen HDMIAnschluss an das Produkt an. Wenn Sie die
Geräte auf diese Weise anschließen und eine
Datei oder ein Spiel wiedergeben, wird das
• Video automatisch auf Ihrem Fernseher
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Verbinden Sie den HDMI OUT-Anschluss
bei Ihrem digitalen Gerät mit dem
HDMI IN am Produkt mithilfe eines
Hochgeschwindigkeits-HDMI-Kabels.
Verbinden Sie den HDMI OUT
(ARC)-Anschluss am Produkt über ein
Hochgeschwindigkeits-HDMI-Kabel mit
dem HDMI-Anschluss am Fernseher.
• Schalten Sie auf Ihrem Fernseher
und dem angeschlossenen Gerät
die HDMI-CEC-Funktion ein (falls
verfügbar). Weitere Informationen
finden Sie in der Bedienungsanleitung
des Fernsehers und des Geräts.
Drücken Sie die Taste HDMI IN auf der
Fernbedienung dieses Produkts, um die
HDMI IN-Verbindung zu aktivieren.
• Wenn der Fernseher nicht mit HDMI
CEC kompatibel ist, wählen Sie bei
Ihrem Fernseher den richtigen VideoEingang aus.
4Chromecast
integriert und
Spotify Connect
Über die Lautsprecher dieses Produktes
können Sie Musik von den folgenden OnlineMusikdiensten genießen.
• Chromecast-Apps
• Spotify Connect
Was wird benötigt?
• Smartphone/Tablet mit Android 4.3 oder
höher; ein iPhone/iPad mit iOS 8.0 oder
höher.
• Laden Sie die App „HCWeSet„ von Philips
auf Google Play oder im iOS App Store
herunter.
• Ein Netzwerkrouter
• Ein Netzwerkkabel (für die
kabelgebundene Verbindung)
Verbinden des Geräts mit
dem Netzwerk
Wenn Sie die Dienste Chromecast integriert
und Spotify Connect verwenden wollen, müssen
Sie das Netzwerk so einrichten, dass es sich mit
dem Gerät verbindet.
Vor Beginn ...
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät und Ihr
mobiles Gerät mit demselben Netzwerk
verbunden sind.
• Wenn Sie ein kabelgebundenes Netzwerk
haben, verbinden Sie den LAN-Anschluss
des Gerätes mit dem Netzwerk-Router.
• Das Gerät ist WiFi-fähig und kann im WiFiNetzwerk verwendet werden.
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
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Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen der App
auf dem Bildschirm, um die Einrichtung
abzuschließen.
• Wählen Sie auf dem ersten
Einrichtungsbildschirm „Setup New
Speaker“ (Neuen Lautsprecher
konfigurieren), um die Einrichtung zu
starten.
• Für iOS-Benutzer: Wechseln Sie nach
entsprechender Aufforderung in die
WiFi-Liste des iOS-Geräts, und wählen
Sie dieses Gerät aus. Wechseln Sie
anschließend zurück zur App, um mit
der Netzwerkeinrichtung fortzufahren.
• Wenn das Gerät eine Verbindung mit
dem Netzwerk herstellt, blinkt die
weiße LED auf diesem Gerät.
• Wenn das Gerät eine Verbindung mit
dem Netzwerk hergestellt hat, leuchtet
die weiße LED auf diesem Gerät.
Hinweis
•• Akzeptieren Sie während der Netzwerkeinrichtung
die Google-Nutzerbedingungen
und -Datenschutzerklärungen, um die Chromecast-App
nutzen zu können.
•• Wenn die Netzwerkverbindung während der
Netzwerkeinrichtung nicht hergestellt werden kann,
folgen Sie den Anweisungen auf dem Bildschirm, und
wiederholen Sie den Vorgang.
• Wenn bereits eine Musik-App auf
Ihrem mobilen Gerät installiert ist, wird
die App geöffnet.
• Wenn keine Musik-App auf Ihrem
mobilen Gerät installiert ist, werden
Sie zu Google Play bzw. zum iOS App
Store weitergeleitet, um die App zu
installieren.
• Weitere Informationen zum Umgang
mit Chromecast integriert und Spotify
Connect finden Sie unter „Navigieren
durch das Startmenü“.
»» Die Musik, die auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät
wiedergegeben wird, wird an das Gerät
gestreamt.
Hinweis
•• Nach der Netzwerkeinrichtung können Sie
Chromecast-Apps (wie zum Beispiel Google Play Music,
TuneIn Radio usw. ) oder Spotify-Apps zum Streamen
von Musik auf dieses Produkt auch direkt starten.
•• Um Spotify Connect nutzen zu können, ist ein Spotify
Premium Abonnement erforderlich.
•• Wenn eine Softwareaktualisierung erkannt wurde,
leuchtet die orangefarbene LED auf dem Gerät.
Navigieren durch das
Startmenü
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Musik-Streaming an das Gerät
Nach erfolgreicher Netzwerkeinrichtung
können Sie Musik-Streaming über die
Onlinedienste Chromecast integriert und
Spotify Connect nutzen.
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
»» Auf der Startseite werden Chromecastund Spotify-Apps angezeigt.
Tippen Sie das Symbol eines Musikdienstes,
um Musik wiederzugeben.
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
Tippen Sie auf , um auf folgende
Menüoptionen zuzugreifen:
• Über die Option „My Speakers“
(Meine Lautsprecher) können Sie die
Software dieses Gerätes aktualisieren,
die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen
wiederherstellten usw.
• Informationen zur Verwendung von
Chromecast integriert
• Informationen zur Verwendung von
Spotify Connect
• Rechtliche Hinweise
• Kontakt zum Service-Center
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5Verwenden
Ihres Produkts
Dieser Abschnitt erläutert, wie Sie das
Produkt verwenden können, um Medien von
unterschiedlichen Quellen wiederzugebe
Vor Beginn ...
• Stellen Sie die notwendigen, in der
Kurzanleitung beschriebenen Verbindungen
her, oder laden Sie die Bedienungsanleitung
unter www.philips.com/support herunter.
• Schalten Sie dieses Produkt zur richtigen
Quelle für andere Geräte.
Einstellen der Lautstärke
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Drücken Sie Volume +/-, um die Lautstärke
zu erhöhen/verringern.
• Drücken Sie , um die
Stummschaltung zu aktivieren.
• Um den Ton wieder einzuschalten,
drücken Sie erneut die Taste , oder
drücken Sie Volume +/-.
•
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Equalizer
Sie können die Einstellungen für den hohen
Frequenzbereich (Höhen) und den niedrigen
Frequenzbereich (Bass) des Produkts ändern.
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Soundmodus
Wählen Sie vordefinierte Einstellungen des
Soundmodus für Ihre Videos oder Ihre Musik.
• Drücken Sie SURR, um ein SurroundHörerlebnis zu schaffen. Ideal für die
Wiedergabe von Filmen.
• Drücken Sie MUSIC, um ein Zweikanaloder Mehrkanal-Stereoerlebnis zu schaffen.
Ideal für die Wiedergabe von Musik.
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Drücken Sie TREBLE +/- oder BASS +/-,
um die Frequenz anzupassen.
Synchronisieren von Video und Audio
Wenn die Audio- und Videowiedergabe
nicht synchronisiert ist, können Sie die
Audiowiedergabe verzögern, sodass sie der
Videowiedergabe entspricht.
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Tonauswahl
Dieser Abschnitt erläutert, wie Sie den idealen
Ton für Ihre Videos oder Musik auswählen.
Drücken Sie VOICE, um einen
Sound-Effekt zu erzeugen, bei dem
die menschliche Stimme für ein
herausragendes Hörerlebnis noch klarer
wiedergegeben wird.
Drücken Sie SMART, um je nach
Audioinhalt automatisch einen
voreingestellten Soundmodus auszuwählen
(SURR, MUSIC oder VOICE) und die
Klangqualität zu optimieren.
Drücken Sie AUDIO SYNC +/-, um
die Audio- und Videowiedergabe zu
synchronisieren.
• AUDIO SYNC + erhöht die
Tonverzögerung, und AUDIO SYNC verringert die Tonverzögerung.
Automatische Lautstärke
Schalten Sie die automatische Lautstärke ein,
um eine konstante Lautstärke beizubehalten,
wenn Sie zu einer anderen Quelle oder
auf einen Fernsehsender mit anderer
Lautstärkeneinstellung umschalten.
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Drücken Sie AUTO VOL ON/OFF, um die
automatische Lautstärke ein-/auszuschalten.
Nachtmodus
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Für eine Wiedergabe mit geringer Lautstärke
verringert der Nachtmodus die Lautstärke lauter
Töne bei der Audiowiedergabe. Der Nachtmodus
steht nur bei Dolby Digital zur Verfügung.
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Drücken Sie NIGHT ON/OFF, um den
Nachtmodus an-/auszuschalten.
Hinweis
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•• Wenn die automatische Lautstärke eingestellt ist,
können Sie den Nachtmodus nicht einschalten.
Audiowiedergabe über
Bluetooth
Verbinden Sie dieses Produkt über Bluetooth
mit einem Bluetooth-Gerät (z. B. iPad, iPhone,
iPod touch, Android-Telefon oder Laptop), und
Sie können Audiodateien, die auf dem Gerät
gespeichert sind, über die Lautsprecher dieses
Produkts wiedergeben.
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein Bluetooth-Gerät, das folgende
Funktionen unterstützt:
• Bluetooth-Profile: A2DP, AVRCP
• Bluetooth-Version: Bluetooth 4.1 mit
Bluetooth Low Energy
• Die maximale Reichweite zwischen dem
Hauptgerät und einem Bluetooth-Gerät
beträgt ca. 10 Meter.
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Drücken Sie die Taste auf der
Fernbedienung, um das Produkt in den
Bluetooth-Modus zu schalten.
»» BT blinkt auf dem Anzeigefeld.
Schalten Sie auf dem Bluetooth-Gerät
Bluetooth ein, suchen Sie Philips HTL5160,
und wählen Sie es aus, um die Verbindung
aufzubauen (Informationen dazu, wie Sie
Bluetooth einschalten, entnehmen Sie der
Bedienungsanleitung des Bluetooth-Geräts).
»» Während der Verbindung blinkt BT auf
dem Anzeigefeld.
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Warten Sie, bis dieses Produkt einen
Signalton ausgibt.
»» Wenn die Bluetooth-Verbindung
erfolgreich hergestellt wurde, wird BT
auf dem Anzeigefeld angezeigt.
»» Wenn die Verbindung nicht hergestellt
werden kann, blinkt BT durchgehend
auf dem Anzeigefeld.
Wählen Sie Audiodateien oder Musik auf
Ihrem Bluetooth-Gerät aus, und geben Sie
sie wieder.
• Wenn während der Wiedergabe
ein Anruf eingeht, wird die
Musikwiedergabe unterbrochen.
Die Wiedergabe wird fortgesetzt,
wenn der Anruf beendet wird
(diese Funktion ist abhängig vom
verbundenen Mobiltelefon).
• Wenn Ihr Bluetooth-Gerät das
AVRCP-Profil unterstützt, können Sie
auf der Fernbedienung
/ drücken,
um zu einem Titel zu springen, oder
Sie drücken
, um die Wiedergabe
anzuhalten/fortzusetzen.
Um Bluetooth zu beenden, wählen Sie eine
andere Quelle aus.
• Wenn Sie zurück in den BluetoothModus schalten, bleibt die BluetoothVerbindung aktiv.
Hinweis
•• Die Musikübertragung kann von Hindernissen zwischen
dem Gerät und diesem Produkt, z. B. einer Wand,
dem Metallgehäuse des Geräts oder anderen Geräten
in der Nähe, die die gleiche Frequenz verwenden,
beeinträchtigt werden.
•• Wenn Sie das Produkt mit einem anderen BluetoothGerät verbinden wollen, halten Sie auf der
Fernbedienung gedrückt, um die Verbindung mit dem
aktuell verbundenen Bluetooth-Gerät zu trennen.
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Bluetooth-Verbindung über
NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) ist eine
Technologie, die die kurzfristige kabellose
Kommunikation zwischen NFC-fähigen Geräten,
z. B. zwischen Mobiltelefonen, ermöglicht.
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein Bluetooth-Gerät mit NFC-Funktion.
• Tippen Sie zur Kopplung das NFC-Gerät
auf den NFC-Tag dieses Produkts.
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Aktivieren Sie NFC auf dem BluetoothGerät (siehe Bedienungsanleitung des
Geräts für weitere Informationen).
Tippen Sie mit dem NFC-Gerät auf den
NFC-Tag dieses Produkts, bis dieses
Produkt einen Signalton ausgibt.
• Bei der ersten Verbindung wird
auf einigen Mobilgeräten eine
Aufforderung zur Bestätigung der
Kopplung angezeigt. Wählen Sie "YES",
um die Verbindung zu bestätigen.
»» Wenn die Bluetooth-Verbindung
erfolgreich hergestellt wurde, wird BT
auf dem Anzeigefeld angezeigt.
»» Wenn die Verbindung nicht hergestellt
werden kann, blinkt BT durchgehend
auf dem Anzeigefeld.
Wählen Sie Audiodateien oder Musik auf
Ihrem NFC-Gerät aus, und geben Sie sie
wieder.
• Um die Verbindung zu unterbrechen,
tippen Sie erneut mit dem NFC-fähigen
Gerät auf den NFC-Tag dieses Produkts.
MP3-Player
Schließen Sie Ihren MP3-Player zur Wiedergabe
Ihrer Audio- oder Musikdateien an.
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein MP3-Player.
• Ein Stereo-Audiokabel (3,5 mm).
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Schließen Sie den MP3-Player mit dem
3,5 mm Stereo-Audiokabel an den AUDIO
IN-Anschluss des Produkts an.
Drücken Sie AUDIO IN auf der
Fernbedienung.
Drücken Sie die Tasten auf dem MP3Player, um Audio- bzw. Musikdateien
auszuwählen und abzuspielen.
USB-Speichergeräte
Genießen Sie Audioinhalte auf einem USBSpeichergerät, wie zum Beispiel einem MP3Player oder USB-Flash-Speicher etc.
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein USB-Speichergerät, das für FAT- oder
NTFS-Dateisysteme formatiert ist und
dem MSC-Protokoll (Mass Storage Class,
Massenspeichergeräteklasse) entspricht.
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Verbinden Sie ein USB-Speichergerät mit
diesem Produkt.
Drücken Sie USB auf der Fernbedienung.
Verwenden Sie die Fernbedienung, um die
Wiedergabe zu steuern.
• Drücken Sie
, um die Aufnahme
zu starten, zu unterbrechen oder
fortzusetzen.
• Drücken Sie
/ , um zum
vorherigen/nächsten Titel zu springen.
• Halten Sie während der USBWiedergabe USB gedrückt, um in den
Wiederholungsmodus zu wechseln, und
drücken Sie dann USB, um einen der
folgenden Wiedergabemodi auszuwählen.
• RPT-TRACK: Wiederholen des
aktuellen Titels
• RPT-ALL: Wiederholen aller Titel in
einem Ordner
• RPT-RAND: Zufallswiedergabe in
einem Ordner
• RPT-OFF: Beenden des
Wiederholungs- oder
Zufallswiedergabemodus
Hinweis
•• Dieses Produkt ist möglichweise nicht mit bestimmten
USB-Speichergeräten kompatibel.
•• Wenn Sie ein USB-Verlängerungskabel, eine USB-
Anschlussbox oder ein USB-Mehrfachlesegerät
verwenden, wird das USB-Speichergerät möglicherweise
nicht erkannt.
•• PTPs und MTPs von Digitalkameras werden nicht
unterstützt.
•• Entfernen Sie das USB-Speichergerät nicht, während es
gelesen wird.
•• DRM-geschützte Musikdateien (MP3) werden nicht
unterstützt.
•• Unterstützung am USB-Anschluss: 5 V , 1 A.
Auto standby
Vernetztes Standby
Wenn das Gerät mit dem Netzwerk verbunden
ist, wechselt das Gerät automatisch nach
15 Minuten Inaktivität in den vernetzten
Standby-Modus. Im vernetzten Standby-Modus
verkürzt sich die Einschaltzeit aus dem Standby,
was sich besonders für das Streaming von Musik
über mobile Apps anbietet.
ECO-Standby
Wenn das Gerät nicht mit dem Netzwerk
verbunden ist, wechselt das Gerät automatisch
nach 15 Minuten Inaktivität in den ECOStandby-Modus. Durch ECO-Standby verlängert
sich die Einschaltzeit aus dem Standby-Modus.
Gleichzeitig wird weniger Energie verbraucht.
Hinweis
•• Wenn sich das Gerät im ECO-Standby-Modus befindet,
leuchtet die rote LED.
•• Wenn sich das Gerät im vernetzten Standby-Modus
befindet, leuchtet die weiße LED, und die rote LED
erlischt.
Einstellen der DisplayHelligkeit
Sie können wiederholt DIM drücken, um eine
andere Helligkeitsstufe für das Display auf
diesem Produkt auszuwählen.
Wenn Sie AUTO OFF auswählen, wird die
LED-Nachricht nach 10 Sekunden Inaktivität
ausgeschaltet.
Verwenden der
Werkseinstellungen
Falls das Produkt nicht reagiert oder Probleme
mit der Netzwerkeinrichtung auftreten, können
Sie dieses Produkt auf die Werkseinstellungen
zurücksetzen.
Hinweis
•• Wenn die Werkseinstellungen vollständig
wiederhergestellt wurden, schaltet sich das Produkt
automatisch ab und startet neu.
Option 1:
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist.
Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
Tippen Sie auf , um auf die
Menüoptionen zuzugreifen.
Wählen Sie „My Speakers“ (Meine
Lautsprecher).
»» Die angeschlossenen Geräte werden
aufgelistet.
Wählen Sie anschließend „Factory Reset“,
und folgen Sie den Anweisungen auf dem
Bildschirm.
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Option 2:
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Drücken Sie an der Unterseite dieses
Produkts die Taste RESET mit einem
spitzen Gegenstand, um das Produkt
zurückzusetzen.
Option 3:
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Drücken Sie im HDMI ARC-Modus
(HDMI ARC drücken) zweimal und
Lautstärke - einmal, und halten Sie dann
BASS - gedrückt.
6Aktualisieren
der Software
Um die besten Funktionen und den besten
Support zu erhalten, aktualisieren Sie Ihr
Produkt mit der neuesten Software.
Prüfen der Software-Version
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist.
Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
Tippen Sie auf , um auf die
Menüoptionen zuzugreifen.
Wählen Sie „My Speakers“ (Meine
Lautsprecher).
»» Die angeschlossenen Geräte werden
aufgelistet.
Wählen Sie dann „About“.
»» Die Versionsnummer der Software und
weitere Produktinformationen werden
angezeigt.
Hinweis
•• Wenn das Gerät mit dem Netzwerk verbunden ist,
leuchtet die orangefarbene LED auf dem Gerät, sobald
eine Softwareaktualisierung erkannt wurde.
•• Die Aktualisierung dauert ca. drei Minuten.
Aktualisieren von Software
über das Internet
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Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist.
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Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
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Tippen Sie auf , um auf die
Menüoptionen zuzugreifen.
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Wählen Sie „My Speakers“ (Meine
Lautsprecher).
»» Die angeschlossenen Geräte werden
aufgelistet.
Wählen Sie den Namen des Produkts,
und wählen Sie dann „Software Update“
> „Network“ (Software-Aktualisierung >
Netzwerk) aus.
Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen auf
dem Bildschirm, um die Aktualisierung
abzuschließen.
»» Während der Aktualisierung wird
„UPG“ (Aktualisierung) auf dem
Display angezeigt.
»» Wenn die Aktualisierung abgeschlossen
ist, schaltet sich das Produkt
automatisch aus und wieder ein.
»» Wenn die Aktualisierung fehlschlägt,
wird “FAIL”(fehlgeschlagen) auf dem
Display angezeigt.
Aktualisieren von Software
über USB
Was wird benötigt?
• Ein USB-Speichergerät, das die Formate
FAT16, FAT32 oder NTFS unterstützt
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Ermitteln Sie die aktuellste Softwareversion
unter www.philips.com/support.
• Suchen Sie nach Ihrem Modell, und
klicken Sie auf „Software und Treiber“.
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Verbinden Sie das USB-Speichergerät mit
dem
(USB)-Anschluss des Geräts.
Starten Sie die App „HCWeSet“ von
Philips auf Ihrem mobilen Gerät.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk verbunden ist.
Gehen Sie zur Startseite der App.
Tippen Sie auf , um auf die
Menüoptionen zuzugreifen.
Wählen Sie „My Speakers“ (Meine
Lautsprecher).
»» Die angeschlossenen Geräte werden
aufgelistet.
Wählen Sie den Namen des Produkts,
und wählen Sie dann „Software Update“
> „USB“ (Software-Aktualisierung > USB)
aus.
Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen auf
dem Bildschirm, um die Aktualisierung
abzuschließen.
»» Während der Aktualisierung wird
„UPG“ (Aktualisierung) auf dem
Display angezeigt.
»» Wenn die Aktualisierung abgeschlossen
ist, schaltet sich das Produkt
automatisch aus und wieder ein.
»» Wenn die Aktualisierung fehlschlägt,
wird “FAIL”(fehlgeschlagen) auf dem
Display angezeigt.
Achtung
•• Während der Software-Aktualisierung dürfen Sie
weder das Gerät ausschalten noch die Verbindung zum
USB-Speichergerät trennen, da dadurch der Player
beschädigt werden kann.
Laden Sie die Software auf ein USBSpeichergerät herunter.
aEntpacken Sie die heruntergeladene
Datei und stellen Sie sicher, dass der
entpackte Ordner den Namen „UPG“
trägt.
bLegen Sie die Datei „UPG“ im
Stammverzeichnis ab.
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7Wandhalterung
Hinweis
8Produktspezifikationen
•• Bevor Sie das Gerät an der Wand montieren,
vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Wand das Gewicht
dieses Produkts tragen kann.
•• Bei der Wandmontage muss dieses Produkt in
Übereinstimmung mit den Installationsanweisungen
sicher an der Wand befestigt werden. Eine
unsachgemäße Wandmontage kann Unfälle,
Verletzungen oder Schäden zur Folge haben. Wenn Sie
Fragen haben, wenden Sie sich an das Service-Center
in Ihrem Land.
Hinweis
•• Technische Daten und Design können ohne vorherige
Ankündigung geändert werden.
Verstärker
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Schraubenlänge/-durchmesser
Vergewissern Sie sich, dass Sie je nach Art der
Wandmontage dieses Produkts Schrauben
mit entsprechender Länge und passendem
Durchmesser verwenden.
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2.2~2.5 mm/0.09”- 0.10”
Gesamtausgangsleistung:
320 W RMS (+ /- 0,5 dB, 10 % Klirrfaktor)
Frequenzgang: 20 Hz bis 20 kHz/+/-3 dB
Signal-/Rauschverhältnis:
> 65 dB (CCIR)/(A-gewichtet)
Eingangsempfindlichkeit:
• AUDIO IN: 1 V
Audio
3.5-4 mm/
0.14”-0.16”
≤9 mm/
0.35”
•
S/PDIF digitaler Audio-Eingang:
• Optisch: TOSLINK
USB
>25 mm/0.98”
Sehen Sie sich für Informationen zur Befestigung
des Produkts an der Wand die Abbildung in der
Kurzanleitung an.
1) Verwenden Sie den im Lieferumfang
enthaltenen Papier-Marker, um die Position
für die beiden Löcher an der Wand zu
markieren, und setzen Sie zwei geeignete
Schrauben in die Löcher ein.
2) Befestigen Sie die beiden mitgelieferten
Wandhalterungen an diesem Gerät.
3) Hängen Sie dieses Produkt an die Wand.
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Dateiformate
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WLAN
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Kompatibilität: High-Speed USB (2.0)
Unterstützte Klassen: USB Mass Storage
Class (MSC, USB-Geräteklasse für
Speichergeräte)
Dateisystem: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS
Frequenzband/Ausgangsleistung:
• 2412 bis 2472 MHz (Europa)/≤ 20 dBm
• 2412 bis 2462 MHz (USA und Asien)/
≤ 20 dBm
• 5180 bis 5240 MHz (weltweit)/
≤ 14 dBm
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• 5745 bis 5825 MHz (USA und Asien)/
≤ 14 dBm
In Europa beschränkt sich die Angabe
5.150 MHz bis 5.350 MHz nur auf die
Verwendung in Innenräumen.
Unterstützte kabellose Standards:
IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n
Unterstützte Kanäle:
• 2,4 GHz: 1 bis 13 (Europa) oder
1 bis 11 (USA und Asien)
• 5,X GHz: 36, 40, 44, 48 (weltweit)
und 149, 153, 157, 161, 165 (USA und
Asien)
Bluetooth
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••
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••
Bluetooth-Profile: A2DP, AVRCP
Bluetooth-Version: Bluetooth 4.1 mit
Bluetooth Low Energy
Frequenzband/Ausgangsleistung: 2400 bis
2483,5 MHz/≤ 20 dBm
NFC-Frequenz: 13,56 MHz
Verbindung zum kabellosen
Lautsprecher
••
••
Frequenzband: 5730 bis 5845 MHz
Ausgangsleistung: ≤ 14 dBm
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•
••
Integrierte Lautsprecher:
• Linker/Rechter Kanal: 4 Woofer
(90 mm x 34 mm, 6 Ohm) +
2 Hochtöner (25,4 mm, 4 Ohm)
• Center-Kanal: 1 Woofer (90 mm x
34 mm, 3 Ohm) + 1 Hochtöner
(25,4 mm, 4 Ohm)
Betriebstemperatur und Feuchtigkeit:
0 °C bis 45 °C, 5 % bis 90 % Feuchtigkeit
in allen Klimazonen
Lagertemperatur und Feuchtigkeit:
-40 °C bis 70 °C, 5 % bis 95 %
Subwoofer
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•
•
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Stromversorgung:
220 – 240 V~; 50 – 60 Hz
Stromverbrauch: 30 W
Standby-Stromverbrauch: ≤ 0,5 W
Impedanz: 2 Ohm
Lautsprechertreiber: 1 Woofer (203 mm)
Abmessungen (B x H x T):
205 x 316 x 401 mm
Gewicht: 7,0 kg
Batterien für Fernbedienung
•
2 x AAA-R03-1,5 V
Hauptgerät
Standby-Energieverwaltung
••
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••
Stromversorgung:
• Modell (Philips Netzteil):
TNUA3202003
• Eingangsleistung:
100 bis 240 V~, 50/60 Hz, 1,65 A
• Ausgangsleistung: 32 V , 2,0 A
Standby-Stromverbrauch
• ECO-Standby: ≤ 0,5 W
• Vernetztes Standby: < 6 W
Abmessungen (B x H x T):
1100 x 51 x 69 mm
Gewicht: 2,2 kg
•
•
Wenn das Produkt 15 Minuten lang
inaktiv ist, wechselt es automatisch in den
Standby-Modus oder den vernetzten
Standby-Modus.
Um die Bluetooth-Verbindung zu
deaktivieren, halten Sie die Bluetooth-Taste
auf der Fernbedienung gedrückt.
Um die Bluetooth-Verbindung zu
aktivieren, aktivieren Sie die BluetoothVerbindung auf Ihrem Bluetooth-Gerät,
oder aktivieren Sie die BluetoothVerbindung über den NFC-Tag (falls
verfügbar).
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9Fehlerbehebung
Warnung
•• Stromschlaggefahr! Öffnen Sie auf keinen Fall das
Gehäuse des Geräts.
Bei eigenhändigen Reparaturversuchen verfällt
die Garantie.
Wenn Sie bei der Verwendung dieses Geräts
Probleme feststellen, prüfen Sie bitte die
folgenden Punkte, bevor Sie Serviceleistungen
anfordern. Wenn das Problem weiterhin
besteht, holen Sie sich Unterstützung unter
www.philips.com/support.
Hauptgerät
Die Tasten auf dem Produkt funktionieren nicht.
• Trennen Sie dieses Produkt einige Minuten
lang von der Stromversorgung, und
schließen Sie es dann wieder an.
Sound
Kein Ton von den Lautsprechern dieses
Produkts.
• Verbinden Sie das Audiokabel dieses
Produkts mit Ihrem Fernseher oder
anderen Geräten.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie den
Audioeingang dieses Produkt mit dem
Audioausgang Ihres Fernsehers oder
anderer Geräte verbinden.
• Setzen Sie das Produkt auf die
Werkseinstellungen zurück.
• Wählen Sie auf der Fernbedienung den
richtigen Audioeingang aus.
• Vergewissern Sie sich, dass dieses Produkt
nicht stummgeschaltet ist.
Verzerrter Ton oder Echo.
• Wenn Sie den Ton vom Fernseher über
dieses Produkt wiedergeben, vergewissern
Sie sich, dass der Fernseher nicht
stummgeschaltet ist.
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Die Audio- und Videowiedergabe wird nicht
synchronisiert.
• Drücken Sie AUDIO SYNC +/-, um
die Audio- und Videowiedergabe zu
synchronisieren.
Eine Fehlermeldung wird auf dem Display
angezeigt.
• Wenn "ERROR" angezeigt wird, bedeutet
dies, dass ein Eingangsaudioformat nicht
unterstützt wird.
• Wenn "ARC" blinkt, bedeutet dies, dass der
verbundene Fernseher nicht HDMI ARCkompatibel ist oder ein nicht unterstütztes
Audioformat erkannt wurde.
Bluetooth
Ein Gerät kann nicht mit diesem Produkt
verbunden werden.
• Das Gerät unterstützt nicht die für das
Produkt erforderlichen Profile.
• Sie haben die Bluetooth-Funktion des
Geräts nicht aktiviert. Anweisungen zum
Aktivieren dieser Funktion finden Sie in der
Bedienungsanleitung des Geräts.
• Das Gerät ist nicht richtig angeschlossen.
Schließen Sie das Gerät richtig an.
• Dieses Produkt ist bereits mit einem
anderen Bluetooth-fähigen Gerät
verbunden. Trennen Sie das verbundene
Gerät, und versuchen Sie es dann erneut.
Die Qualität der Audiowiedergabe von einem
verbundenen Bluetooth-Gerät ist unzulänglich.
• Der Bluetooth-Empfang ist schlecht.
Platzieren Sie das Gerät näher an diesem
Produkt, oder entfernen Sie mögliche
Hindernisse zwischen den Geräten.
Das verbundene Bluetooth-Gerät unterbricht
immer wieder die Verbindung und stellt sie
anschließend wieder her.
• Der Bluetooth-Empfang ist schlecht.
Platzieren Sie das Gerät näher an diesem
Produkt, oder entfernen Sie mögliche
Hindernisse zwischen den Geräten.
•
•
Schalten Sie die WiFi-Funktion auf dem
Bluetooth-Gerät aus, um Störungen zu
vermeiden.
Bei einigen Bluetooth-Geräten kann
die Bluetooth-Verbindung automatisch
deaktiviert werden, um Energie zu sparen.
Dies ist kein Zeichen für eine Fehlfunktion
des Produkts.
NFC
Ein Gerät kann nicht mit diesem Produkt über
NFC verbunden werden.
• Vergewissern Sie sich, dass das Gerät NFC
unterstützt.
• Vergewissern Sie sich, dass NFC auf dem
Gerät aktiviert ist (siehe Benutzerhandbuch
des Geräts für weitere Informationen).
• Tippen Sie zur Kopplung das NFC-Gerät
auf den NFC-Tag dieses Produkts.
Internetdienste
Streaming von Musik über Chromecast
integriert oder Spotify Connect an das Gerät
nicht möglich.
• Das Produkt ist nicht mit dem Netzwerk
verbunden. Führen Sie die Ersteinrichtung
durch, wenn die Einrichtung nicht
abgeschlossen wurde.
Verbinden des Produktes mit dem Netzwerk
nicht möglich.
• Vergewissern Sie sich, dass das kabellose
Netzwerk nicht von Mikrowellenherden,
DECT-Telefonen oder anderen WiFiGeräten in der Nähe gestört wird.
• Stellen Sie den Wireless-Router und das
Gerät maximal in einer Entfernung von fünf
Metern auf.
• Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gerät und Ihr
mobiles Gerät mit demselben Netzwerk
verbunden sind.
• Setzen Sie das Produkt auf die
Werkseinstellungen zurück.
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Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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 Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Gibson
Innovations Limited is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
The N Mark is a trademark or registered
trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United
States and in other countries.
Chromecast is a trademark of Google Inc.
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The Spotify Software is subject to third party
licenses found here: www.spotify.com/connect/
third-party-licenses.
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Acknowledgements for any open
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Instructions to obtain source code for this software can be found in
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15. libtom
LibTomCrypt is public domain. As should all quality software be.
-- Tom St Denis
LibTomMath is hereby released into the Public Domain.
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Copyright (c) 2009 Dave Gamble
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20. goahead
The Software contains third party software under the agreements
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TropicSSL - [BSD License](http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-2Clause
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22. wpa_supplicant and hostapd
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going to a subdirectory (wpa_supplicant or hostapd) and creating
build configuration (.config) and running ‘make’ there (for Linux/BSD/
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