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Philips widescreen flat TV 42PFL7682D/12 User manual
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Recycling
The packaging of this product is intended to
be recycled. Apply to the local authorities for
correct disposal.
Product information
• The model and serial number can be found
at the rear of the TV and on the
packaging. For a larger TV, information
is also on left hand underside of the
TV.
Disposal of your old product
Rear of TV
Your product is designed and manufactured
with highly quality material and components,
which can be recycled and reused. When this
crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached
to a product, it means the product is covered
by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical and
electronic products. Please act according to
your local rules and do not dispose your old
products with your normal household waste.
The correct disposal of your old product will
help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health.
Disposal of batteries
The batteries supplied do not contain the
heavy metals mercury and cadmium. Please
check on how to dispose exhausted
batteries according to local regulations.
Left hand
underside
of TV
• Standby Power Consumption for this set
is less than 1 W.
• Power Consumption of the set can found
on the type plate at the rear of the TV.
• For more specifications of the product
see the product leaflet on www.philips.
com/support.
Note
Specifications and information are
subject to change without notice.
• If you need further assistance, please call
the customer support service in your
country. The corresponding telephone
numbers and addresses are given in the
supplied Worldwide guarantee booklet.
Important
• AC3 (an audio format) is not supported
key on the
for this set. Use the
remote control to select an alternative
audio.
• Some TV antennas require power from
the TV set. This set does not support such
a feature.
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Introduction............................... 3
1.1 Important Information....................... 3
1.1.1 Stationsary images on the TV screen
................................................................. 3
1.1.2 Electric, Magnetic and
Electromagnectic Fields (“EMF”)..... 3
1.2 What is digital TV?.............................. 4
1.3 Digital or Analogue channels?.......... 4
2
2.1
2.2
Safety.......................................... 5
General.................................................. 5
Care of the screen.............................. 5
3
Overview of the television keys
and connectors.......................... 6
Side or top controls........................... 6
Rear connectors.................................. 6
Side connectors.................................. 6
3.1
3.2
3.3
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Getting started..........................7
Before you start................................... 7
Connect the antenna.......................... 7
Connecting and disconnecting the
mains.......................................................7
Switching on the TV............................7
Using the remote control. ................7
5
Remote control functions.........8
6
Overview of Digital main menu
and sub-menus...........................10
7
Switching on the TV for the
first time.................................... 13
8
8.1
8.2
Understanding the information
on the banner............................ 14
Banner description.............................. 14
Symbols description............................ 14
9
9.1
9.2
Services lists
Rearrange services.............................. 15
View new TV channels or Listen
to new Radio stationss........................
15
10
10.1
10.2
10.3
Service setup............................. 16
Add new services................................ 16
Reinstall all services............................ 16
Manual install services........................ 17
11
Test reception........................... 18
12
Preferences................................ 19
13
Access restrictions.....................20
14
Setting up your favourites list....21
15
Information................................ 22
16
Using the Options menu...........23
17
TV Guide ...................................24
18
Digital teletext (MHEG)........... 25
19
Using the Conditional Access
Module (CAM)...........................26
20
Automatic tuning of analogue
programmes.............................. 27
21
Manual tuning of analogue
programmes.............................. 28
22
Programme sort........................29
23
Naming of channel.....................30
24
Selecting your favourite
programme ............................... 31
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Table of contents
English
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25.1
25.2
25.3
25.4
Features
Timer...................................................... 32
Parental control................................... 33
Child lock.............................................. 34
Active control...................................... 34
26
Picture and Sound settings...... 35
27
Smart Picture and Sound......... 36
28
Picture formats......................... 37
29
Teletext......................................38
30
Using the TV as PC monitor
30.1 Connecting the PC..............................40
30.2 Control TV settings while a PC is
connected ............................................ 40
31
31.1
31.2
31.3
31.4
31.5
32
32.1
32.2
32.3
32.4
32.5
32.6
32.7
32.8
32.9
2
Using the TV in HD (High
Definition) mode
Connecting the HD equipment........41
Control TV settings while in HD
mode...................................................... 41
Mode Selection function in Features
menu....................................................... 42
Display (native 1080) in Features
menu.......................................................42
Supported input formats................... 43
Connecting other equipment
Connect VCR and DVD recorder...44
Connect Decoder and VCR..............44
Connect 2 VCRs or VCR and DVD....
recorder.................................................45
Connect a satellite receiver.............. 45
Connect a DVD player, Cable box or
Game console...................................... 46
Connect a DVD player, a Satellite
receiver or Cable box ....................... 46
Connect a PC....................................... 47
Connect a Camera, Camcorder or
Game console...................................... 48
Connect a Headphone....................... 48
33
Troubleshooting........................49
34
Glossary..................................... 51
Introduction
•
Thank you for purchasing this television set.
This manual contains all information you will
need to initially install and operate your new
TV.
If this instruction manual does not
give an answer to your problem or
if the troubleshooting page does not solve
your TV problem, you can call your Local
Philips Customer or Service Centre. See the
supplied Worldwide guarantee booklet for
details. Please have the Model and Product
number (which you can find at the back or
the bottom of your television set or on the
packaging) ready, before calling the Philips
customer support service.
1.1
Important information
1.1.1
Stationsary images on the TV
screen
A characteristic of LCD and Plasma Panels
is that displaying the same image for a long
time can cause a permanent after-image to
remain on the screen. This is called
phosphor burn in. Normal use of the TV
should involve the showing of pictures
that contain constantly moving and changing
images that fill the screen.
Examples of stationsary images (this is not
an all inclusive list, you may encounter
others in your viewing).
•
•
•
TV and DVD menus: listings of DVD
disk content.
Black bars: when black bars appear at
the left and right side of the screen, it is
recommended to change to a picture
format so that the picture fills the entire
screen;
TV channel logo: present a problem if
they are bright and stationsary. Moving
or low-contrast graphics are less likely
to cause uneven aging of the screen;
•
•
Stock market stickers: presented at the
bottom of the TV screen;
Shopping channel logos and pricing
displays: bright and shown constantly or
repeatedly in the same location on the
TV screen.
Examples of still pictures also include
logos, computer images, time display,
teletext and images displayed in 4:3
mode, static images or characters, etc.
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1
Tip:
Reduce contrast and brightness when
viewing.
1.1.2 Electric, Magnetic and
Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”)
• Royal Philips manufactures and sells many
products targeted at 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
EMF standards applicable at the time of
producing the products.
• Philips is committed to develop, produce
and market products that cause no
adverse health effects.
• Philips confirms that if its products are
handled properly for their intended use,
they are safe to use according to scientific
evidence available today.
• Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF and
safety standards, enabling Philips to
anticipate further developments in
standardisation for early integration in its
products.
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1.2
What is digital TV?
Digital Television offers a far wider choice
of TV viewing, free from the interference
that you may experience on analogue TV.
It promises to transform television viewing
into a new whole experience. There is a
greater selection of widescreen programmes.
Many of your favourite programmes are
in widescreen on the digital channels
- something the analogue TV cannot do
properly.
There is new whole experience of
interactivity on digital TV. By using your
remote control, you can access all kinds
of information like the digital text which
is much clearer than the old teletext
system. It gives you the added enjoyment of
related information running alongside the
programme you are watching. You can also
access an Electronic Programme Guide that
provides you with a quick and easy way to
view a complete list of digital programmes as
you would in a newspaper or TV magazine.
1.3 Digital or Analogue channels?
When the television is powered on for the
first time, it will always be in Digital mode.
key of the remote control to
Use the
switch the TV between analogue and digital
mode. Use the P + / – or
to
keys to select channels.
4
Note
• Chapters 6 to 19 contain all the
information you need to operate your
TV in the Digital mode. Chapters 20
to 29 contain all the information and
instructions you need to operate your
TV in the Analogue mode.
2.1
Safety
General
1 Two people are required to lift and
Carry a TV that weighs more than 25 kg.
Improper handling of the TV can cause
Serious injury.
2 If you place the TV set on a surface,
Ensure the surface is level and that it can
The weight of the TV.
3 If you wish to hang your TV on a wall, do
Not hang the TV yourself. Your TV must
Be hung by qualified technician. Improper
hanging can cause the TV to be unsafe.
4 Before you hang your TV on a wall,
ensure the wall is suitable to carry the
weight of the TV.
5 The connections do not have to be made
before you hang the TV, but the cables
must be inserted into the TV.
6 Wherever you place or hang the TV,
ensure that air can circulate freely
through the ventilation slots. Do not
position the TV in a confined space.
7 Do not place naked flame sources such
as lighted candles close to the TV set.
8 Do not place a vase filled with water
near the TV. Spilling water into the TV
can result in electric shock. Do not
operate the TV if water is spilled into
the set. Unplug the power cord from
the mains immediately and have the set
checked by a qualified technician.
9 Do not expose the TV or the batteries
of the remote control to heat, direct
sunlight, rain or water.
X
X
10 Do not touch any part of the TV,
power lead, or aerial lead during
lightning storms.
11 Do not leave the TV in standby mode
for an extended period of time. Instead,
disconnect the TV from the mains.
12 Pull the power lead by the plug - do
not pull on the power lead. Do not use
a poor fitting mains socket. Insert the
plug fully into the mains. If it is loose, it
may cause arcing and result in fire.
X
X
X
13 Do not connect too much equipment
to the same mains socket. Excess
equipment can cause overloading and
result in fire or electric shock.
2.2 Care of the screen
1
Do not remove the protective sheet
until you have completed the stand/
wallmounting and connections. Please
handle with care.
Note
Use only the soft cloth provided
to clean the glossy front of the TV.
2 Do not use a cloth that is dripping
with water. Do not use acetone,
toluene or alcohol to clean the TV. As a
safety precaution, unplug the power
cord from the mains when you clean
the set.
3 Do not touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with anything hard as this may
scratch or damage the screen
permanently.
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3
Overview of television
keys and connectors
The following connectors are located on the
rear of the TV.
3.1 Side or top controls
Use the side or top keys to control power, menu,
volume and programme number.
5 EXT 1
6 EXT 2
(CVBS /S-VIDEO)
(RGB)
PROGRAM
POWER
MENU
VOLUME
1
CI (Common Interface) slot: to
connect a CAM (Conditional Access
Module) and a smart card.
2
TV Aerial socket : Insert the aerial
plug into the 75 Ω : socket.
1 POWER . : to switch the TV on and
off. Note: For zero power, remove
the mains cord from the mains socket.
3
HDMI 1 / HDMI 2: to connect to
set-top box, DVD player/recorder, High
Definition equipment or Personal
Computer.
2 PROGRAM + / – : to select
programmes.
4
1
2
3
4
3 MENU: to display or close menus.
The PROGRAM + / – keys can be used
to select a menu item and the VOLUME
+ / – keys can be used to enter into
the selected menu item and make
adjustments.
4 VOLUME + / –: make the volume
louder or quieter.
EXT4: to connect to equipment like
DVD, Decoder which have the same
sockets.
5 EXT 1 (RGB) and 6 EXT 2 (CVBS/
S-VIDEO): connect to equipment like DVD
player/recorder,VCR, Decoder which
have similar connections (so called ‘scart
connections’).
3.3 Side connectors
These connectors are located on the side of the
TV.
1
3.2 Rear connectors
The rear connectors are located on the rear of
the TV and face downward.
EXT 3
1
1
6
2
3
4
2
2
Headphone
: Connect the phonojack to the headphone connector of the
TV.
Audio Video: to connect to the camera
or camcorder.
Getting started
4.1 Before you start
Warning: The connections do not
have to be made before hanging but the
cables must be inserted into connectors
of the TV.
4.2 Connect the antenna
Insert the aerial plug firmly into the 75 Ω :
aerial socket at the bottom of the TV and in
the wall antenna socket.
Connectors at rear of TV
(facing downward)
Verify that the mains supply voltage in your
home corresponds to the voltage printed on
the sticker at the rear of the TV.
Warning: If the TV is mounted on a
swivel base or swivel arm, ensure no strain
is placed on the power cord when the TV
is swivelled. Strain on the power cord can
loosen connections. This may cause arcing
and result in fire.
4.4 Switching on the TV
• To switch on the TV, press the POWER
key on the side or top controls. A blue/
green indicator comes on and after a few
seconds the screen lights up.
• If the TV set remains in standby mode
(red indicator), press the PROGRAM + / –
key on the side or top controls or the
P + / - key on the remote control.
4.3 Connecting and Disconnecting the
mains
POWER
PROGRAM
MENU
VOLUME
(Plasma TV) - CAUTION : This a Class 1
apparatus. It must be connected to a MAINS
socket out with a protective earthing connection.
The appliance coupler of the mains cord on
the TV is used as the disconnect device
Ensure the power cord is fully inserted into
the TV mains socket and the wall socket.
To disconnect from the mains, remove the
mains cord from the mains socket at the
back of the TV or remove the plug from the
wall socket.
4.5 Using the Remote Control
Insert the 2 batteries supplied. Be sure the
(+) and (-) ends of the batteries line up
correctly (inside of case is marked.)
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5
Remote control
functions
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
10
5
6
2 Sound mode
Used to force programmes in Stereo
and Nicam Stereo to Mono. For
bilingual programmes, select Dual å or
Dual » (as indicated on the screen
during such broadcasts). The Mono
indication shows up in red when in forced
position.
In digital mode, å-» displays the list
of audio languages.
3 Subtitles mode
In digital mode, this key activates or
deactivates the subtitle mode.
4 MENU
To call up or exit the TV analogue menus.
5 Cursors Up/Down/Left/Right
(
)
These 4 keys are used for selection and
adjustment of menu items.
6 Analogue or Digital mode
To switch between the television analogue
and digital mode.
7 Picture Format
(See page 37).
1 Standby
To set the TV to standby mode. To
switch the TV on again, press the
key once more or press the
to
, P + / – or
key.
Note: when the TV is switched on,
the last viewed mode is displayed.
8
8 AV
To display Source List to select TV
(Analogue), Digital TV or connected
peripheral equipment (EXT 1, EXT 2,
EXT 3, EXT 4, HDMI 1 or HDMI 2). Use
the Î ï keys to select source and the
Æ/
key to confirm selection.
9 Options
(See page 23)
10 Cancel
In digital mode, this key functions as an
exit key for MHEG teletext if there are
no colour key links that are available to
exit teletext mode.
12
13
20
14
21
15
16
17
18
19
22
23
11 Teletext
(See page 38-39).
12 Digital menu
To display / exit from the digital menu
(when TV is in digital mode).
13 OK
Confirms selection and accesses the
program list in Digital mode.
14 Volume ( + VOL – )
To turn on sound louder or quieter.
17 Screen information
In digital mode, display/exit the
information banner (see page 14).
In analogue mode, display/remove the
programme number, the sound mode,
the clock and the remaining time of
the sleep timer.
18 Active Control
Automatically adjusts the picture setting
for optimal picture quality continuously
under any signal conditions. (See page
34).
19 Digital TV / Radio
In digital mode, this key is used to access
digital radio stationss. Press the
key
to access radio list. Note : To return
to digital video mode, press the
key again.
20 TV Guide
(see page 24)
21 Programme ( + P – )
Selects next or previous available
channel/source (or page in digital menu).
22 Alternate channel / Edit or back
space
In Analogue/Digital mode, it allows you
to alternate the previously viewed
programme and the current programme.
It is also used as an edit or back space
key when you are naming your favourite
channel.
23 Smart Picture /Sound
Accesses a series of predefined picture
and sound settings (see page 36).
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15 Mute
Turn off or on sound.
16
/ Numerical keys
/
For direct access to programmes.
For a two digit programme number, the
2nd digit must be entered shortly after
the first digit before the dash
disappears.
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Overview of Digital
main menu and
sub-menus
1
Use the
key of the remote
control to select Digital mode.
2
From the digital mode, press the
3
Use the Î ï Í Æ keys to navigate,
select and adjust menu items.
key to display the setup menu.
Setup
Favourites
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List 1
Name
Select TV channels.
Select Radio stationss.
Add all services
Remove all services
List 2
Name
Select TV channels.
Select Radio stationss.
Add all services
Remove all services
List 3
Name
Select TV channels.
Select Radio stationss.
Add all services
Remove all services
List 4
Name
Select TV channels.
Select Radio stationss.
Add all services
Remove all services
Preferences
Language
Audio
Subtitle/Teletext
Basque, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch,
English, Finnish, French, Gaelic, Gallegan, German,
Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish,
Portuguese, Russian, Serb, Slovak, Spanish,
Swedish, Turkish, Welsh
Subtitling Mode
On, Off, Auto
Subtitles for hearing impaired
System
Yes, No
Cesky, Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español,
Français, Italiano, Magyar, Nederlands,
Norsk, Polski, Português, Suomi, Svenska
Location
Country
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czech, Denmark,
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,
Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Time zone
Information
System software
Current software version
Always accept new software
Access restrictions
Set pin code protection
Maturity rating
TV channels
Radio stationss
Change pin code
Yes, No
On, Off
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Setup
English
Setup
Installation
Service lists
Rearrange services
View new TV channels.
Listen to new Radio Stationss.
Service setup
Add new services
Search
TV channels found.
Radio stationss found.
Other services found.
Store
Discard
Reinstall all services
Search
TV channels found.
Radio stationss found.
Other services found.
Store
Discard
Manual install service
Frequency
Network name
Signal quality
Signal strength
Store
Discard
Test reception
12
Frequency
Network name
Signal quality
Signal strength
Switching on the TV
for the first time
When you switch on the TV set for the first
time, a menu will appear on screen.
Setup
11:28
Language
Country
Time Zone
Service Scan
English
Español
Français
Italiano
Magyar
Select your preferred language
1 Press the Æ key to enter into
Language mode and press the Î ï
keys to select your preferred language.
2 Press the
selection.
key to confirm
3 Press the Î ï keys to select Country
or Time Zone and press the Æ key to
enter into Country or Time Zone
mode.
5 Press the ï key to select Service
Scan to scan the available analogue and
digital channels.
6 Press the
installation.
key to start the
Note
If no digital channels are detected, press
key to switch to analogue mode.
Note
If at some point of time you decide to reset
to the factory default settings, press and hold
down the MENU key on the side of the
TV set for 5 seconds. A menu will appear on
the screen. Repeat steps 1 - 5 as if this was
the first time you have turned on the TV.
This activity will reset both the Digital and
Analogue mode to factory default settings.
Caution
If you select a wrong country, the channel
numbering will not be according to the
standard for your country and you may not
receive all services or nothing at all.
Note
The Language can be selected independently
from the Country.
4 Press the Î ï keys to select your
preferred Country or Time Zone and
key to confirm your selection.
the
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English
8
Understanding the
information on
the banner
When you select a digital programme, an
information banner is displayed for a few
seconds at the top of the screen.
2
u
programme
start and
end time
symbols
11:00-11:45
TXT
BBC 2
channel name
Snooker
programme title
clock
remaining time
of programme
8.2 Symbols description
More information about this
programme is available : press the
key once to display and a second
time to remove it.
Subtitling is available : if you want to
display them, press the
key or
the
key to access the options
menu and select subtitles.
14
The colour of the symbol (red, green,
yellow or blue) indicates the selected
Favourites list.
10:38
Minutes left : 22
The banner contains information on the
preset number, channel name, programme
duration, transmission clock, programme title
and the time remaining of the current
programme.
i
Indicates Analogue Teletext is available
in Digital mode.
ù Other languages are available and
can be selected in the options menu.
You can also select other languages by
pressing the
key.
8.1 Banner description
preset
number
TXT
Note
A white symbol u will appear if the
programme is stored in one or more
of the favourites lists which are currently
not activated.
Service lists
9.1
Rearrange services
This menu allows you to change the orderof
the stored digital channels and radio
stationss.
7 Press
key to confirm. The exchange
is done.
8 Repeat the operations 4 to 7 until
all the channels are in the required
order.
9 To return to previous menu, press the
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select Installation
and press Æ twice to select the Service
lists menu.
10 Press the
Setup
Installation
9.2
Service lists
Service setup
Test reception
11:28
Rearrange services
View new TV channels
Listen to new Radio stations
Í key.
key to exit the menu.
View new TV channels or Listen
to new Radio stationss
This menu allows you to check the
availability of new TV channels or new radio
stationss that have been launched by the
broadcaster after the initial installation.
Manage service lists
Close
3 Use the Î ï keys to select Rearrange
services and press Æ key.
Setup
Installation
Rearrange services
View new TV channels
Listen to new Radio stations
11:28
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Change preset location of services
Close
4 Use the Î ï keys to select the channel
you want to exchange.
5 Press
key to activate.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select Installation
and press Æ twice to select the Service
lists menu.
3 Use the Î ï keys to select View new
TV channels or Listen to new Radio
stations.
4 If new services are available, press Æ to
enter into the list and use the Î ï keys
to move through the list.
5 To return to previous menu, press the Í
key.
6 Press the
key to exit the menu.
If you want to uninstall the selected
channel, press the red key.
6 Select the new channel number by using
the Î ï.
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English
10
Service setup
10.1 Add new services
This menu allows you to search for new TV
channels or radio stationss that have been
launched by the broadcaster after the initial
installation.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select installation and
press Æ key.
3 Select Service setup (ï) and press Æ
key.
Setup
Installation
11:28
Service lists
Service setup
Test reception
Add new services
Reinstall all services
Manual install services
Install and manage services
Close
4
Press Æ to add new services and press
key to activate the installation.
Setup
Installation
The search begins and only new
channels will be stored and added to
the channel list menu. The percentage of
the installation that has been completed
and the number of channels found is
displayed. When the search is completed,
key to accept the new
press the
services.
5 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
6 Press the
key to exit the menu.
10.2 Reinstall all services
This menu allows you to reinstall all the
digital TV channels and radio stationss.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select installation and
press Æ key.
3 Select Service setup (ï) and press Æ
key.
4 Select Reinstall all services (ï) and
press Æ key.
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Service setup
Add new services
Reinstall all services
Manual Install services
Search
TV channels found
Radio stations found
Other services found
Store
Discard
Scan for new services
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Setup
Installation
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Service setup
Add new services
Reinstall all services
Manual Install services
Search
TV channels found
Radio stations found
Other services found
Store
Discard
Reinstall will remove all service settings
Close
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key to start the
A search is then made for all digital
services which are then stored
automatically. When the search is
completed, the menu will indicate the
number of digital services found.
6 Press
key to store the services.
7 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
8 Press the
key to exit the menu.
5 Use the
to
key to input
frequency of your target channel and
press
key to start the searching
of channels. When the search is
completed, the menu will indicate the
number of digital services found.
6 Press the
English
5 Press the
installation.
key to store the services.
7 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
8 Press the
key to exit the menu.
10.3 Manual install services
This menu allows you to manually scan
services by keying in the frequency of your
target channel.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select installation and
press Æ key.
3 Select Service setup (ï) and press Æ
key.
4 Select Manual install services (ï) and
press Æ key.
Setup
Installation > Service setup
Add new services
Reinstall all services
Manual install services
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Frequency
Network name
Signal quality
Signal strength
Services found
Store
Discard
Manual install services
Close
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Test reception
This menu allows you to check the strengh
of the signal you are receiving through your
aerial.
6 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select Installation
and press the Æ key.
Setup
Installation
Service lists
Service setup
Test reception
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Frequency
Network name
Signal quality
Signal strength
Test signal quality
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3 Use the ï key to select Test
reception and press the Æ key. You
obtain an indication of the actual
programme frequency, the network
name, the signal quality and strength.
4 Use the Æ key to enter the Frequency
to
keys to
slot and use the
enter the frequency of the digital channel
you want to test. Use the Æ key to move
to the next character space.
If the test reception indicates that
the signal strength is indeed poor, you
can try improving, renewing, adjusting
or updating the aerial. It is however
advisable to contact a specialised aerial
installer in order to achieve best results.
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5 After entering the frequency, use the
key to exit Frequency slot.
7 Press the
key to exit the menu.
Preferences
This menu allows you to select your
preferred language or to make changes to
the location (country and time zone).
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
2 Use the ï key to select Preferences
and press Æ key.
Setup
Preferences
Language
Location
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Audio
Subtitle / Teletext
Subtitling Mode
Subtitling for hearing impaired
System
Select your preferred language
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3 Select Language or Location (ï) and
press Æ key.
4 Use the Î ï keys to select a setting
and press Æ key to enter into the submenu. Make your adjustment and press
key or Í key to exit.
5 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
6 Press the
key to exit the menu.
Language default settings
• Audio : to select the audio sound
language.
• Subtitle/Teletext : to select the
subtitle/teletext language.
• Subtitling mode : off, on or auto
(subtitle only displayed in case of original
audio transmission).
• Subtitles for hearing impaired : to
activate or deactivate the specific subtitling
for hearing impaired (if made available by
the broadcaster).
• System : to select the menu language.
Note
If you have selected the wrong language
for one reason or another and do not
understand the selected language to operate
the set, do the following to bring you back
to your preferred language.
• Press the
key to exit menu from
screen.
key again to display menu.
• Press the
• Press the key to select the second item
on the menu and the key to enter into the
next menu level.
• Press the key to again and use the key
to select the fifth menu item.
• Press the key to enter into the next menu
level.
• Press the Î ï keys to select correct
language.
key to confirm selection.
• Press the
• Press the
screen.
key to exit menu from
Location settings
• Country : to select the country where
you are located.
Caution
If you select a wrong country, the
channel numbering will not be according
to the standard for your country and
you may not receive all services or
nothing at all. Note that the Language
can be selected independently from the
Country.
• Time zone : to select the time zone
where you are located.
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Access restrictions
This menu allows you to set up the access
restrictions for the digital channels.
• TV channels: select the TV channel you
want to lock and press
key.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
• Radio stations: select the radio stations
you want to lock and press
key.
2 Use the ï key to select Access
restrictions and press the Æ key.
• Change pin code: press Æ key to
enter in the menu. Follow the on-screen
instruction to change your access code.
The default pin code is 1234. If you have
forgotten your personal code, you can
reset to the default pin code (1234) by
entering the universal code 0711.
3 Press the Æ key to enter into the
Set pin code protection menu.
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Set pin code protection
Maturity rating
TV channels
Radio stations
Change pin code
On
Off
Switch pin code protection ‘on’ or ‘off’
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4 Use the Í Æ keys to set to On option
and press
key to exit.You can then
access the other adjustments.
Warning
The moment you use any kind of access
restriction, you need to fill in the pin
code when you schedule a programme
for recording.
5 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
6 Press the
•
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key to exit the menu.
Maturity rating : select your preferred
rating to lock the channel. Maturity rating
will only block certain programmes if the
broadcaster provides data with the
programme.
Note
The TV is equipped with a Common
Interface (CI) slot (see page 26).
This CI module can be obtained when you
subscribe to service providers like Pay
TV or other service providers. The
CI module does not come with the TV
set.
The Access Restrictions menu will show
the CI Access Restrictions when a CI
module is installed. The CI module is
responsible for the messages and texts
on screen. In case of failure or strange
behaviour, you must call your CI service
provider.
Setting up your list of
favourite channels
This menu enables you to create a favourite
list with your prefered TV channels and
radio stationss. For example, each member
of your family can create his/her own
favourites list.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
Setup
Favourites
Preferences
Information
Access restrictions
Installation
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List 1
List 2
List 3
List 4
Make changes to your lists of favourite services
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2 Press Æ to enter into the favourites list
menu. You have the choice to create
4 different favourites lists.
• Select TV channels : use the Î ï keys
to select your favourite TV channels and
confirm with
key. Press Í key to exit.
• Select radio stationss : use the Î ï
keys to select your favourite radio stations
and confirm with
key. Press Í key to
exit.
• Add all services : press
key if you
want to add all the services into your
favourites list.
key if
• Remove all services : press
you want to remove all the services from
your favourites list.
5 To return to previous menu, press the Í
key.
6 Press the
key to exit the menu.
Your favourites list can be selected via
the options menu (see next page).
3 Use the Î ï keys to select your
Favourites list : List 1, List 2, List 3
or List 4 and press Æ key.
4 Use the Î ï keys to select a setting and
press Æ key to enter into the sub-menu.
• Name : use the Í Æ keys to move
around the name display area (16
characters) and the P + / – keys to select
the characters. To edit any character, use
key. When the name has been
the
entered, press
key to exit.
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Information
This menu provides information about the
software version and the installation of new
software.
Once accepted the download will take
place at the designated time and date.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the setup menu.
Note
The TV must be put into standby when the
download is due in order for it to take place.
2 Use the ï key to select information and
press Æ key twice.
Off Air Downloading of new software
Setup
Favourites
Preferences
Information
Access restrictions
Installation
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System software
Provide information on problem reports and installing new software
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The software version is displayed.
3 Use the Æ key to enter the selection
mode.
4 Use the Í Æ keys to select Yes or
No mode. You can activate the menu
to automatically accept any software
update of your digital TV through off-air
downloading. Normally the product will
detect if an update is available while it is
in standby mode. Next time the
television is turned on a message will
appear on the screen indicating new
software is available. Selecting the
key
activates the software download.
The software download menu will give a
description of the software together with
the date and time of the download. This
may update certain menus, functions or
add new features, but the general way in
which the TV operates will not change.
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Whenever a new software is available, it is
advisable to always accept and download the
software.
• In case new software is available, you
will see a message when you switch on the
TV. A message indicating the date and the
duration of download is indicated in the
menu. Press the
key to proceed.
Important : Leave your TV in standby
to allow upgrade to take place. Do not
power off your main switch.
• If a problem occurred during the download
of the new software, you will be informed
of the next scheduled software download.
Press the
key to proceed to use your
TV normally.
• If download is successful, a congratulatory
message will appear. Press the
key to
accept. New software and upgrade
instructions may also be obtained from the
website : www.philips.com.
5 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
6 Press the
key to exit the menu.
Using the Options
menu
This menu gives you direct access to the:
favourites list, the language selection and
some other selections.
•
Audio language : to temporarily
change the audio sound language.
To permanently change the audio and
subtitle languages, use the Preferences
menu (see page 19).
•
Mode : you can choose to only have
radio stationss, TV channels or services
without audio or video.
Note (for the UK only)
The TV list will contain both radio
stationss and TV channels
•
Banner duration : to select the
duration for which the banner is visible.
1 From the digital mode, press the white
key to display the options menu.
Options
Favourites
Subtitle language
Audio language
Mode
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None
List 1
List 2
List 3
List 4
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Selects the active favourite list
Exit
3 Press the white
menu.
key to exit the
2 Use the Î ï keys to select a setting
and press Æ key to enter the sub-menu.
•
Favourites : use the Î ï keys to select
your favourites list and confirm with
key.
Note
The “none” option deactivates any
favourites list. To create your own
favourites list, see page 21.
•
Subtitle language : use the Î ï keys
to temporarily change the language and
confirm with
key.
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TV Guide
The TV guide is an Electronic Programme
Guide that provides you with a quick and
easy way to view a complete list of digital
programmes as you would in a newspaper or
TV magazine. You can navigate through the
list of digital programmes and obtain detailed
information on the programmes. You can also
program the TV to provide a digital channel
to be recorded.
1 From the digital mode, press the
key to display the TV guide :
1
BBC
Preset/Servcie
1. BBC
2. BBC TWO
3. ITC Channel 3
4. Channel 4
5. ITV 2
6. BBC CHOICE
5 Press the
key if you want to
display more information about the
selected programme (if available).
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Now/Next
Now
See it saw
Snooker
Trisha
Gmtv2
Oakie Doke
Top
6 Press the
Today
Next
Microsoap
Ice Skating
This morning
This afternoon
Bodger & Badger
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Options
A list of all the digital programmes in the
currently selected favourites list is displayed.
2 Use the ï key to enter into the
Preset/service list or press Æ key to
access Today list.
3 Use the Í Æ keys to select a
programme.
4 The TV guide features are displayed
at the bottom of the screen. Use the
coloured keys red, green, yellow, blue or
white to activate them.
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• Top (yellow key) : to go directly to the
top of the list.
• Close (blue key) : to exit from the TV
guide.
• Options (white key) : with this menu,
you can select your favourites list, mode or
themes. Themes are areas of interest, you
can for example, decide to display only :
drama, news, movie, ...
key to exit the menu.
Digital teletext (MHEG)
Available in U.K. only
Digital teletext services differ greatly from
analogue teletext. When you switch to a
Digital teletext service, the images you see
contain graphics and text which are laid out
and controlled in a manner decided by the
broadcaster. Some digital channels, which you
select like any other channel, offer dedicated
teletext services. Some digital channels also
offer information on the programme being
broadcast (a message or an instruction may
appear on the screen).
Under certain circumstances, Digital text or
interactive services may have priority over
subtitles. This can result in the subtitles not
automatically reapperaing when leaving Digital
text or interactive services on a channel
which is broadcasting subtitles. In these cases,
subtiltes can be intialised either by toggling
the
key on the remote control or by
changing channels.
1
2
To use the digital teletext, follow the
instructions on screen.
Depending on the service, you can
be asked to use the Í Æ Î ï (cursor
keys),
(colour keys),
(Teletext On/Off key) and
sometimes the
/
numerical
keys.
Note
If no colour key links are available
in the Digital Teletext to allow you to
exit teletext mode, use the
key
instead.
3 When you have finished watching
teletext, select a different channel with
P + / – keys or follow the on screen
instructions to return to picture.
When you switch to a digital channel
with links to a telext service, software is
downloaded in the background to enable the
teletext function. You will have to wait for a
key to allow
while before you press the
the software download to complete. If you
press the
key before the download is
complete, there will be a short delay before
the teletext screen is displayed.
While navigating the digital teletext, there is
a short delay while the page downloads. A
prompt or message is often broadcast on the
page to let you know the progress.
Analogue teletext in Digital mode
Note
Available in all countries
• If you see an icon TXT on a digital
channel without digital telextext services,
it indicates Analogue Teletext is available
in Digital mode.
• Press the
teletext.
key to access Analogue
Note
If UK country is selected during
installation, press and hold
key for
at least 3 seconds.
• To use Analogue Teletext functions, see
page 38 and 39.
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Using the Conditional
Access Module (CAM)
The Conditional Access Module (CAM)
menu provides access to functions contained
on the CAM. The module can be inserted
into the Common Interface (CI) slot located
at the backside (facing downwards) of the TV.
Note
This Common Interface (CI) module does
not come with the TV set. It can only be
obtained when you subscribe to service
providers like Pay TV or other service
providers.
2
3
4
Switch on the TV.
5
Press the
key to display the
setup menu.
Use the ï key to select Access
restriction and press the Æ key.
Press the Æ key to enter into the
Conditional Access Module menu.
Press
button as indicated on the
screen to access the CAM’s functions.
IMPORTANT
Always switch the TV off before inserting or
removing the module.
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Inserting the CAM
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1
Switch off the TV.
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
downward)
Common
Interface slot
Module
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Some modules come with a viewing
card. When using this type of module,
first insert the viewing card into the
module. Ensure that the arrow on the
viewing card faces the arrow of the
module before inserting into the
module slot.
Insert the module into the Common
Interface (CI) slot on the TV.
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IMPORTANT
If no module is inserted, or the module
is not inserted properly, the Conditional
Access Module menu will not be displayed.
(If you have inserted a module, check that
it is fully inserted in the correct manner as
mentioned in step 2 above).
The functions that now appear on screen
are dependent on the contents of the
selected Conditional Access Module in your
country. Refer to the instruction supplied
with the module or contact the vendor.
Automatic tuning of
analogue programmes
This menu allows you to automatically search
for all the analogue programmes available in
your region.
Before you automatically search for all the
analogue programmes, ensure the TV is in
analogue mode. If it is in digital mode, press
(Analogue / Digital) key to enter
the
the analogue mode.
1 Press the
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
key.
Brightness
Colour
Contrast
Sharpness
Colour Temp
Contrast+
NR
2 Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
key to
select Install and the Æ /
enter the Install menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
3 Press the ï key to select Auto Store
and the Æ /
key to start automatic
searching of the channels. All the
available TV programmes will be stored.
This operation takes a few minutes. The
display shows the progress of the search
and the number of programmes found.
Auto Store
Program
TV
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3
196 MHz
IMPORTANT
To exit or interrupt the search before it
is completed, press the
key. If you
interrupt search during auto store, not all
channels will be stored. For all channels to
be stored, you need to do a complete auto
store search again.
Note
ATS (Automatic Tuning System)
feature
If the transmitter or cable network sends
the automatic sort signal, the programmes
will be numbered correctly. In this case, the
installation is complete. If this is not the case,
you can use the Sort menu to number the
programmes to your preference.
ACI (Automatic Channel Installation)
feature
If a cable system or a TV channel which
broadcasts ACI is detected, a programme list
appears. Without ACI broadcast, the channels
are numbered according to your language
and country selection. You can use the Sort
menu to renumber them.
Note
You cannot change the Language or
Country in Analogue mode. If you want
to change the Language or Country,
you have to exit Analogue mode and
enter into Digital mode to do so (refer to
“Preferences”on page 19).
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Manual tuning of
analogue programmes
This menu is used to store the programmes
one at a time.
5
1 Press the
key.
2 Press the Î ï keys repeatedly to
select Install and the Æ /
key to
enter the Install menu.
System:
Press the Î ï keys to select
Europe (automatic detection),
France (LL’ standard),
UK (I standard),
West Europe (BG standard) or
East Europe (DK standard).
key to confirm
Press the Æ /
selected system.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
3 Press the ï key to select
Manual Store and the Æ /
enter Manual Store menu.
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
System
Search
Program No.
Fine Tune
Store
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Europe
France
UK
West Europe
East Europe
Search:
Press the Æ key. The search starts.
Once a programme is found, the
scanning stops and its name is displayed
(if available). Go to the next step. If
you know the frequency of the
required programme, this can be
to
entered directly using the
keys.
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Program No.:
Enter the required number with the
to
or Î ï keys.
8
Fine Tune:
If the reception is not satisfactory,
adjust using the Î ï keys.
9
Store:
To store the changes, press Æ /
key. The programme is now stored.
key to
4 Press the Î ï keys to select the items
in the Manual Store menu to adjust or
activate.
Manual store
System
Search
Program No.
Fine Tune
Store
6
10 Repeat steps 6 to 9 for each
programme to be stored.
11 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
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To exit the menu, press the
key.
Programme Sort
Sort feature allows you to change the
programme number for a particular stations.
1
Press the
2
Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
select Install and the Æ /
key to
enter the Install menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
3
key.
5
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
Press the Î ï keys to select the new
programme number and confirm with
the Í key. (The arrow points to
the right and sorting is completed).
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
Press the ï key to select Sort and the
Æ/
key to enter sort mode.
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
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Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
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100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
Select the programme number you
want to move using the Î ï keys and
the Æ key to enter sorting mode
(The arrow cursor now points to the
left).
6
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each
programme number you wish to renumber.
7
To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
8
To exit the menu, press the
key.
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Naming of Channel
If preferred, you can assign a name to the TV
channel.
1 Press the
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
key.
2 Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
select Install and the Æ /
key to
enter the Install menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
3 Press the ï key repeatedly to select
Name and the Æ /
key to
enter Name mode.
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
4 Press the Î ï keys to select the
channel you want to name.
5 Press the Æ key to move to the first
name display area.
6 Press the Î ï keys to select the
characters (maximum of 5 characters)
and press the Í Æ keys to move
around the name display area.
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001
002
003
004
005 z
006
007
008
7
Press Æ / OK key until the name
appears at the top left hand corner
of the TV screen. The name is now
stored.
8
To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
9
To exit the menu, press the
key.
Selecting your
Favourite Programmes
This feature allows you to skip programmes
that you do not watch often and only keep
your favourite programmes.
5
Note: Once a programme is skipped, you
cannot access it by the P – / + key. You can
only access the programme by the Digit 0 -9
keys.
1
Press the
2
Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
select Install and the Æ /
key to
enter the Install menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Press the Æ /
key to skip the
programme. The $ on the right of the
menu will disappear indicating the
programme is skipped.
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
key.
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
6
To return to previous menu, press
the Í key.
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To exit the menu, press the
key.
Tip
3
4
Press the ï key to select
Fav. Program and the Æ /
to enter Fav. Program list.
key
Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
select programme you want to skip.
Install
Auto Store
Manual Store
Sort
Name
Fav. Program
100
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
• To add back the skipped programmes to
your favourites list, repeat steps 1 to 3 .
• Press the Î / ï key repeatedly to
select the skipped programme you want
to add back to your favourite programme
list.
key to unskip a
• Press the Æ /
programme. The $ will appear indicating
the programme is now restored.
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Features
25.1 Timer
The Timer feature allows you to set the TV
to switch to another channel at a specified
time while you are watching another
channel. You can also use it as an alarm to
switch on the TV at a specified time from
standby mode. For the timer to function, the
set must not be switched off. Once the set
is switched off, the timer is disabled.
1 Press
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly to select
Features and the Æ/
key to enter
Features menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Cont.
Active Control
3 Press Æ /
key to access Timer
menu.
4 Press Î ï keys to select a Timer item.
Timer
Sleep
Time
Start Time
Stop Time
Program No.
Activate
--:--
5 To make adjustments to the timer
setting, use the Í, Æ, Î, ï or Digit
0-9 keys.
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Sleep: to select a time period in which
the set will switch to standby mode upon
reaching the selected time period.
Select Off option to deactivate the feature.
Note
During the last minute of a Sleep time
setting, an on-screen countdown will be
displayed. Press any button on the remote
control to cancel the Sleep shut down.
Time: enter the current time.
Start Time: enter the start time.
Stop Time: enter the standby time.
Program No.: enter the number of the
channel for the wake-up alarm.
Activate: the settings include:
– Once for a single alarm,
– Daily for each day,
– Off to cancel.
6 Press
key on the remote control to
put the TV set in standby mode. The
TV will automatically come on at the
programmed time. If you leave the TV
set on, it will just change channel at the
Start Time and will go to standby
mode at the Stop Time.
25.2 Parental Cont.
1 Press
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly to select
key to
Features and press the Æ/
enter Features menu.
Main
Picture
Sound
Features
Install
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001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
In the Parental Cont. menu, use the Î, ï,
keys to access
Í, Æ, Digit 0-9 and
and activate the Parental Cont. functions.
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Cont.
Active Control
3 Press Î ï keys repeatedly to select
Parental Cont. and press Æ /
key
to enter Parental Cont. mode.
Features
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Cont.
Active Control
Parental Cont.
Lock Program
Change Code
Clear All
Lock All
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The Parental Cont. feature allows you to
lock channels to prevent your children from
watching certain programmes.
* * * *
Access Code
Description of the settings:
Lock Program
Lock individual program. Press Æ key to
enter Lock Program mode and the Î
ï keys to select the program to lock or
unlock. Press the Í Æ keys to lock or
unlock selected program. A keylock symbol
+ appears besides the locked channel
number. To exit from Lock Program mode
and return to Parental Cont. menu, press
key.
Change Code
Key in your new four-digit code using the
Digit 0-9 keys and confirm by keying in the
new four-digit again.
Clear All
Press Æ key to unlock all locked channels.
Lock All
Press Æ key to lock all locked channels.
4 Key in the access code 0711 by the
Digit 0-9 keys. A message Incorrect
will appear. Key in the access code 0711
again.
5 The TV will then prompt you to change
code. Key in your own 4-digit code by
the Digit 0-9 keys and confirm the new
code. Once the new code is confirmed,
the Parental Cont. menu will appear.
Note
If you switch on the TV set and select a
program that has been locked, you need
to key in the Access Code to enter the
selected locked channel. To unlock the
channel, go the Lock Program in the
Parent Lock menu and press the Í Æ keys
(keylock symbol + disappears).
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25.4 Active Control
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25.3 Child Lock
The side controls of the TV will be locked
when you select the On option in the Child
Lock menu. The TV can still be operated by
using the remote control.
1 Press
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly until
Features is selected and press Æ /
key to access Features menu.
3 Press ï key to select Child Lock and
press the Æ /
key to access Child
Lock mode.
Features
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Cont.
Active Control
1 Press
3 Press Î ï keys repeatedly to select
Active Control and press the Æ /
key to enter Active Control mode.
Features
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Cont.
Active Control
5 Press Æ /
key to activate/deactivate
On or Off option.
6 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
7 To exit the menu, press the
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly to select
Features and press the Æ/
key to
enter Features menu
Off
On
4 Press Î ï keys to select On or Off
option.
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Automatically adjusts the picture setting for
optimal picture quality continuously under
any signal conditions.
key.
Off
On
4 Press Î ï keys to select On or Off
option.
5 Press Æ /
key to activate/deactivate
On or Off option.
6
To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
7
To exit the menu, press the
key.
Picture and Sound
settings
You can adjust the picture and sound settings
in the Picture and Sound menu.
1
Press the
2
Press the Î ï keys to select Picture
or Sound.
3
Press Æ /
key to enter Picture or
Sound menu.
Picture
Brightness
Colour
Contrast
Sharpness
Colour Temp
Contrast+
NR
key.
Contrast: this changes the difference
between the light and dark tones within the
contrast range of the TV.
Sharpness: this increases or decreases the
sharpness level to improve details in the
picture.
Colour Temp.: this changes the colour
setting: Cool (more blue), Normal (balanced)
or Warm (more red).
Contrast+: Increases the contrast range of
the TV. Select On option to activate feature.
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NR: improves “noisy” picture (little dots
on picture) due to weak signal transmission.
Select On option to activate feature.
0
Description of the Sound settings
Sound
Equalizer
Balance
AVL
Incr.Surround
Equalizer: to adjust the sound tone.
120HZ
200HZ
500HZ
1200HZ
3KHZ
7500HZ
12KHZ
4 Press Î ï keys to select a Picture
or Sound setting.
5 Press Æ /
key to enter the Picture
or Sound setting.
6 Press Î ï keys to adjust the Picture
or Sound setting.
7 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
8 To exit the menu, press the
key.
Balance: this balances the sound on the left
and right speakers.
AVL: (Automatic Volume Leveller):
this is used to limit sudden increases in
sound, especially on programme change
or advertising slots.
Incr. Surround: select between
Incredible Surround and Stereo when in
stereo transmission and between Mono
and Spatial when in Mono transmission.
Description of the Picture settings
Brightness : this changes picture brilliance.
Colour : this changes the intensity of the
colour.
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English
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Smart Picture and
Sound
Smart Picture feature offers you a choice
of 5 picture settings namely : Rich, Natural,
Soft, Multimedia and Personal.
Press the
button repeatedly to cycle
through the settings to select your desired
mode.
Natural
Definition of Picture Settings
Rich
: Brilliant and sharp picture
settings suitable for bright
environment.
Natural
: Reference mode for living
room conditions and
average signals.
Soft
: Intended for bad-quality
signals. Suitable for living
room viewing.
Soft
or
Multimedia
Rich
Personal
Note : The Personal setting is the
setting that you set up using the Picture
menu in the main menu. This is the only
setting in the Smart Picture setting that can
be changed. All other settings are pre-set at
the factory for your convenience.
Smart Sound feature offers you a choice
of 4 sound settings namely : Movie, Music,
Voice, and Personal.
button repeatedly to cycle
Press the
through the settings to select your desired
mode.
Music
or
Voice
Movie
Personal
Note : The Personal setting is the
setting that you set up using the Sound menu
in the main menu. This is the only setting in
the Smart Sound setting that can be changed.
All other settings are pre-set at the factory
for your convenience.
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Multimedia : Best for graphical
applications.
Personal
: Pictures settings are set to
your preference.
Definition of Sound Settings
Movie
: Emphasize sensation to
action.
Music
: Emphasize low tone.
Voice
: Emphasize high tone.
Personal
: Sound settings are set to
your preference.
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Picture Formats
Picture formats for 4:3 screens
key to cycle through the different formats.
English
Press the
4:3
This format is recommended to display the 4:3 picture using the full
surface of the screen.
Expand 4:3
When this format is selected, the picture is vertically expanded, thus
reducing the horizontal black bars.
Compress 16:9
The format is recommended to compress full screen movie images into
letter box format. When this format is selected, black horizontal bars can
be seen at the top and bottom of the TV screen.
Picture formats for widescreens
Press the
key to cycle through the different formats.
4:3
The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format and a black band is displayed on
either side of the picture.
Movie Expand 14:9
The picture is enlarged to 14:9 format, a thin black band remains on both
sides of the picture. Some of the top and bottom of the picture is clipped off.
Movie Expand 16:9
The picture is enlarged to 16:9 format. This mode is recommended
when displaying pictures which have black bands at the top and bottom
(letterbox format). In this mode, large parts of the top and the bottom of
the picture are clipped off.
Subtitle Zoom
This mode is used to display 4:3 pictures using the full surface of the
screen leaving the sub-titles visible. Part of the top of the picture is clipped off.
Super Wide
This mode is used to display 4:3 pictures using the full surface of the screen
by enlarging the sides of the picture.
Widescreen
The picture is displayed in the original proportions of images transmitted
in 16:9 format.
Note : If you display a 4:3 picture in this mode, it will be stretched
horizontally.
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Teletext
Teletext is an information system broadcast by
certain channels which can be consulted like a
newspaper. It also offers access to subtitles for
viewers with hearing problems
or who are not familiar with the transmission
audio language (cable networks, satellite
channels, etc.).
2 Selecting a page
Enter the number of the page required
using the 0 to 9 keys or P –/+ keys.
Example: page 120, enter 120. The
number is displayed at the top left
corner of the screen. When the page is
located, the counter stops searching and
the page is displayed. Repeat this
operation to view another page. If the
counter continues to search, this means
that the page is not transmitted. In that
case, select another number.
1
3
2
2
4
1 Teletext On/Off
Press this key to switch on teletext
display. A contents page appears with a
list of items that can be accessed. Each
item has a corresponding 3 digit page
number. If the selected channel does not
broadcast teletext, the indication 100
will be displayed and the screen will
remain blank. Proceed to exit teletext
by pressing the
key again.
3 Direct access to the items
Colour areas are displayed at the
bottom of the screen. The 4 colour
keys are used to access the items or
corresponding pages. The colour areas
fl ash when the item or the page is not
yet available.
4 Contents
This returns you to the contents page
(usually page 100 or hitlist menu).
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8
8
6
• Press the
key.
key to show Teletext on
• Press the
the right and the picture on the left of
the screen.
key to return to a full
• Press the
teletext mode.
• Press the
key to return to a full
screen picture.
6
8 Favourite pages
Note: only available in RF Analogue.
5
7
8
8
8
5 Hidden information
To display or hide the concealed
information such as solutions to games
or riddles.
6 Enlarge a page
This allows you to display the top or
bottom part of the page. Pressing it
again will return the page to normal size.
Instead of the standard colour areas
displayed at the bottom of the screen,
you can store 4 favourite pages on the
fi rst 40 channels which can then be
accessed using the coloured keys (red,
green, yellow, blue). Once set, these
favourite pages will become the default
every time teletext is selected.
To store the favourite pages, proceed as
follows:
key to change to
• Press the
favourite page mode.
keys to enter the
• Use the
teletext page that you want to store as
a favourite page.
• Press and hold the colour key of your
choice for about 5 seconds. The page is
now stored.
• Repeat steps 2 to 3 with the other
colour keys.
• To exit favourite page mode, press the
press
key. To exit teletext mode,
key.
Note
To clear favourite pages, press and hold
key for about 5 seconds.
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English
7 Picture/Teletext
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Using the TV as a PC
Monitor
Your TV can be used as a computer monitor.
Note : PC connection is only available
via HDMI connector. VGA connection is
not supported.
3 Press the Î ï key to select the
settings and the Í Æ key to select or
adjust setting.
4 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
30.1
5 To exit the menu, press the
Connecting the PC equipment
Important
For the TV to function as a PC monitor, the
following steps must be taken.
1 Connect the DVI output of your
computer to the HDMI 1 or HDMI 2
connector of the TV. Use a HDMI to
DVI cable if the DVI output is to be
connected.
2 Connect the audio cable to the PC’s
Audio jack and to the L / R Audio jacks
(EXT3) of the TV.
3 Press the
key to display Source
List and use the Î ï key to select
HDMI 1 or HDMI 2.
Source list
TV
EXT 1
EXT 2
EXT 3
EXT 4
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Digital TV
4 Press the Æ /
key to switch to the
selected source.
30.2
Control TV settings while a
PC is connected
1 Press the
key to display the main
menu.
2 Press the Î ï keys to select Picture,
Sound or Features and the Æ /
key to enter the selected item menu.
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key.
Picture menu
• The Picture menu comprises
Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness,
Colour Temp., Contrast+ Horizontal
Shift and Vertical Shift features.
• Except for the Horizontal Shift and the
Vertical Shift features, all the other
features work exactly in the same way
as the features in the TV Picture menu
(see page 35).
• Horizontal Shift feature allows you to
adjust horizontal position of the image.
Vertical Shift feature allows you to
adjust vertical position of the image.
Features menu
• The Features menu comprises Mode
Selection and Format features.
• When you connect PC supporting
resolutions of 480p or 720p, the Mode
Selection item will be available in the
Features menu. This will allow you to
select between the PC and HD mode.
• Format feature works exactly in the same
way as the picture formats of the TV. (see
page 37).
Note : When using HDMI to connect
your TV to the PC, it is possible that they may
not operate perfectly first time. Often this is
resolved by changing the resolution or settings
of the device connected to the TV. In some
situations you may see a dialogue box on
screen and need to press ”OK” to continue
watching the TV. Please refer to the user
manual of the connected device on how to
make necessary changes.
Using the TV in HD
(High Definition) mode
The HD (High Definition) mode allows you
to enjoy clearer and sharper pictures if you
are using HD equipment that can produce
high definition video signals.
31.1
Connecting the HD equipment
Important: For the TV to function in the
HD mode, the following steps must be taken.
1 Connect the HDMI or DVI output of
your HD equipment to the HDMI 1 or
HDMI 2 connector of the TV. Use a
DVI to HDMI cable if DVI output is
connected.You can also connect the
Component Video Outputs (Y, Pb, Pr)
of the HD equipment (if any) to the
Component Video Inputs (Ext 4) of the
TV.
2 Connect the audio cable to the Audio
jack of the HD equipment and to the
L / R Audio jacks (EXT3) of the TV .
3 Press the
key to display Source
List and use the Î ï key to select
HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 (or EXT 4 if you
using YPbPr connection).
Source list
TV
EXT 1
EXT 2
EXT 3
EXT 4
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
Digital TV
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Control TV settings while in
HD mode
1 Press the
key to display the main
menu.
2 Press the Î ï keys to select Picture,
Sound or Features and the Æ /
key to enter the selected item menu.
3 Press the Î ï key to select the
settings and the Í Æ key to select or
adjust setting.
4 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
5 To exit the menu, press the
key.
Picture menu
• The Picture menu comprises Brightness,
Colour, Contrast, Sharpness, Colour
Temp., Contrast+, Horizontal Shift,
and Vertical Shift.
• Except for the Horizontal Shift and the
Vertical Shift features, all the other
functions work exactly in the same way
as the features in the TV Picture menu
(see page 35).
• Horizontal Shift feature allows you to
adjust horizontal position of the image.
• Vertical Shift feature allows you to
adjust vertical position of the image.
Sound menu
4 Press the Æ /
key to switch to the
selected source.
• The Sound menu comprises Equalizer,
Balance, AVL and Incredible
Surround features and work exactly
in the same way as the TV Sound menu
(see page 35).
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Features menu
• The Features menu comprises Timer,
Child Lock, Parental Cont., Mode
Selection and Active Control features.
Except for Mode Selection feature, all
the other features work exactly in the
same way as the TV Sound menu (see
pages 34-36).
4 Press the Æ key to access Mode
Selection mode.
5 Press the Î ï keys to select PC or HD
mode.
6 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
7 To exit the menu, press the
31. 3
key.
Mode Selection in Features
menu
When you connect HD (High Definition)
equipment (HDMI only) supporting
resolution of 480p or 720p, the Mode
Selection feature will be available in the
Features menu. The Mode Selection
allows you to select between the PC and
HD mode.
1 Press
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly until
Features is selected and press Æ /
key to access Features menu.
31. 4
Display (native 1080) in
Features menu
Note
This Display (native 1080) feature is only
applicable to 1080p models only.
When you connect HD (High Definition)
equipment (HDMI or Y, Pb, Pr) supporting
resolution of 1080i, the Display (native
1080) feature will be available in the
Features menu. This feature allows you to
watch the original HD format (1080i only).
This is a true HD resolution from your input
signals.
3 Press ï key to select Mode Selection.
1 Press
Features
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Lock
Mode Selection
Active Control
PC
HD
key.
2 Press Î ï keys repeatedly until
Features is selected and press Æ /
key to access Features menu.
3 Press ï key to select Display.
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31. 5
Supported input formats
native 1080
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Features
Timer
Child Lock
Parental Lock
Active Control
Display
20” models only
SD
480i
576i
All models except 20”
4 Press the Æ key to access Display
mode.
HD
5 Press the Æ key twice to access the
Off/On option in the native 1080.
SD
Display
native 1080
720p
480i
1080i
1080p
576i
Note
Off
On
SD (Standard Definition) Formats are for YPbPr
connection only.
Note
6 Press the Î ï keys to select Off/On
option. Select On option to allow you to
watch original HD format (1080i only).
Your Philips TV is HDMI compliant. If you do
not get a good picture, please change the video
format on your device (DVD player, cable
set-top box, etc.) to a standard format. For
example, for DVD player, select 720p, 1080i
or 1080p.
Please note that this is not a defect of
the TV set.
7 To return to previous menu, press the
Í key.
8 To exit the menu, press the
key.
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Connecting other
equipment
32.1 Connect VCR or DVD recorder
With a Eurocable
1 Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2
as shown.
2 Connect the Eurocable 3 as shown.
key on the remote
3 Press the
control display Source list.
4 Press the ï key repeatedly to select
key to
EXT2 and press the Æ /
confirm selection.
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
backward)
1
2
Recorder
32.2 Connect Decoder and VCR
Connect a Eurocable 4 to your decoder
and to the special euroconnector of your
recorder. See also the user manual of your
recorder.
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
downward)
Cable
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
downward)
Cable
1
2
3
Recorder
With the aerial cable only
1 Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2
as shown.
2 Tune in your recorder’s test signal and
store the test signal under programme
number 0.
(See “Manual tuning of analogue
programmes”, page 28. See also the
user manual of your recorder).
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Warning
Do not place your recorder too close to the
screen as some recorders may be
susceptible for signals from the display.
Keep a minimum distance of 0,5 m from the
screen.
Tip
You can also connect your decoder directly
to EXT1 or EXT2 with a Eurocable.
4
Recorder
Decoder
32.3 Connect 2 VCRs or VCR and
DVD recorder
With a Eurocable
With Eurocables
1 Connect the aerial cables 1 , 2
and 3 as shown.
2 Connect your VCRs or DVD-recorder
to EXT1 and EXT2 with the euro
cables 4 and 5 .
key on the remote
3 Press the
control to display Source list.
4 Press the ï key to select EXT1 or
EXT2 and press the Æ/
key to
confirm selection.
1 Connect the aerial cables 1 and 2 as
shown.
2 Connect your satellite receiver to
EXT1 or EXT2 with a Eurocable 3 .
key on the remote
3 Press the
control to display Source list.
4 Press the ï key to select EXT1 or
EXT2 and press the Æ/
key to
confirm selection.
With Component Video connectors
With the aerial cables only
1 Connect the aerial cables 1 , 2
and 3 as shown.
2 Tune in your recorder’s test signal and
store the test signal under programme
number 0.
(See “Manual tuning of analogue
programmes”, page 28. See also the
user manual of your recorder).
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
backward)
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
downward)
Cable
See “Connect a DVD player, a satellite
receiver or a cable box” on page 46.
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
backward)
Connectors at
rear of TV (facing
downward)
1
2
3
1
Satellite receiver / cable box
3
5
4
2
Recorder
Recorder
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32.4 Connect a satellite receiver
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32.5 Connect a DVD player, Cable
box or game console
key on the remote
3 Press the
control to display Source list.
With a HDMI connector
4 Press the ï key to select EXT 4 and
key to confirm
press the Æ/
selection..
HDMI is the leading new standard for Digital
video and audio inter-connection.
1 Connect your equipment with the
HDMI connector.
key on the remote
2 Press the
control to display Source list.
5 In case of a cable box and/or a satellite
receiver also connect the cable TV
cable and/or the satellite antenna
cable 3 and the aerial cable 4 .
Connectors at rear of TV
(facing downward)
3 Press the ï key to select HDMI 1 or
HDMI 2 and press the Æ/
key to
confirm selection.
Connectors at rear of TV
(facing downward)
1
2
DVD
Connectors at rear of TV
(facing downward)
32.6 Connect a DVD player, a
Satellite receiver or Cable box
With Component Video Connectors
1 Connect the three separate component
video cables 1 to the YPbPr jacks on
the DVD player and to the Y (yellow),
Pb (blue) and Pr (red) jacks of EXT4
on the TV.
2 Connect the audio cable to the DVD’s
audio L and R jacks and to the L/R
AUDIO jack of EXT4 2 .
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2
4
3
Satellite receiver / cable box
1
• Cables are often colour coded. Connect
red to red, white to white, etc.;
• The labels for the component video
sockets may differ depending on the DVD
player connected. Although the
abbreviations may vary, the letters B and
R stand for the blue and red component
signals, respectively, and Y indicates the
luminance signal. Refer to the DVD
player’s instructions for use for
definitions and connection details;
• To get an optimal viewing, it is advised to
switch your equipment to the highest
possible supported display modes.
Connectors
at side of TV
Audio
L/R
Connectors at rear of
TV (facing downward)
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Note
HDMI
2
1
DVI
PC
PC equipped with a DVI connector
Warning
If you notice scrolling images,
wrong colours or no colour, no picture, or
even combinations of these on your screen,
verify if the connections are done in the
correct way and if the resolution and the
signal standard of the connected equipment
are set in the right way. See the user manual
for your equipment.
Use a DVI to HDMI cable to connect
to one of the HDMI connectors of your
TV 1 .
2 Connect the audio cable to the PC’s
AUDIO jack and to the L/R AUDIO
jacks of TV EXT3 2 .
key on the remote
3 Press the
control to display Source list.
4 Press the ï key to select HDMI 1 or
HDMI 2 and press the Æ/
key
to confirm selection.
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Supported PC resolutions
32.7 Connect a PC
Note
• Only digital output of the PC can be
connected via DVI to HDMI cable.
VGA connection is not supported.
• Before connecting your PC to the TV,
select your PC monitor settings to a
refresh frequency of 60 Hz.
640 x 480, 60 Hz
640 x 480, 72 Hz
640 x 480, 75 Hz
640 x 480, 85 Hz
800 x 600, 60 Hz
800 x 600, 72 Hz
800 x 600, 75 Hz
800 x 600, 85 Hz
1024 x 768, 60 Hz
1024 x 768, 70 Hz
1024 x 768, 75 Hz
1024 x 768, 85 Hz
PC resolutions for LCD TV.
Not applicable to 20” LCD TV
or Plasma TV
1280 x 768, 60 Hz
1280 x 1024, 60 Hz
1360 x 768, 60 Hz
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32.8 Connect a Camera, Camcorder,
Game console
32.9. Connect a Headphone
1 Connect your camera, camcorder or
game console.
1 Insert the plug into the headphone
socket as shown.
2 For mono equipment, connect to
VIDEO 2 and AUDIO L 3 (only).
For stereo equipment, connect both
AUDIO L and AUDIO R 3 .
S-VHS quality with an S-VHS camcorder
is obtained by connecting the S-VHS
cables with the S-VIDEO input 1 and
AUDIO L / R inputs 3 .
2 The headphone impedance must be
between 8 and 4000 Ohm. The
headphone socket has a 3.5 mm jack.
Warning: do not connect cables 1
and 2 at the same time. This may cause
picture distortion.
Tip
Press the
key on the remote
control to switch off the sound from
internal loudspeakers of the TV.
To switch on sound, press the
key again.
key on the remote
3 Press the
control to display Source list.
4 Press the ï key to select EXT 3 and
press the Æ/
key to confirm
selection..
Connectors at side of TV
3
2
1
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Connectors at side of TV
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Troubleshooting
English
Below is a list of symptoms you may encounter with your TV. Before you call for service,
make these simple checks.
Symptom
Possible solutions
No display on screen
• Check whether power cord is properly connected into the
mains socket and to your TV. If there is still no power,
disconnect plug. Wait for 60 seconds and re-insert plug.
Switch on TV again.
• Press the
key on the remote control.
Poor reception
(snowy noise)
• Check antenna connection to the TV and to the wall antenna
socket.
• Try manually adjusting your picture (see page 28).
• Have you chosen the right TV system? (see to page 28).
• Press the
key to check the signal strength.
No picture
• Verify if the supplied cables are connected properly (The
aerial cable to the TV, the other aerial to your recorder, the
power cables,....).
• Verify if you have selected the correct source.
• Verify if the child lock has been switched off.
No sound on
certain channels
• Check whether the correct TV system is selected (see page 28).
No sound
• Verify if the volume is not at the minimum.
) mode is not on. If mute mode
• Check that the mute (
is on, press the
key to deactivate mute mode.
• Verify the connections between the optional equipment and
the TV.
Sound interference
• Try switching off any electrical appliances to prevent
interference, for example, hairdryer, vacuum cleaner.
Unable to understand
the selected language
on screen to operate
set in digital mode
• Press the
• Press the
key again to display menu.
• Press the key to select the second item on the menu and
the key to enter into the next menu level.
• Press the key again and use the key to select the fifth
menu item.
• Press the key to enter into the next menu level.
• Press the Î ï keys to select correct language.
key to confirm selection.
• Press the
• Press the
TV not responding
to remote control
key to exit menu from screen.
key to exit menu.
• Move closer to the receiver at the front of the TV.
• Check the placement of the batteries.
• Try changing the batteries.
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Symptom
Possible solutions
No digital channels
• Contact your dealer about the Digital Video
Broadcasting Terrestrial signal availability in your country.
One or a few tiny spots on
the screen that do not
change colour along with
the video picture
• This symptom is not a problem. The liquid crystal
panel is built with very high precision technology
giving you the fine picture details. Occasionally, a
few non-active pixels may appear on the screen
as a fixed point of red, blue, green or black.
Note : this does not affect the performance
of the set.
Intermittent or flickering
picture in HD mode
• Noise is displayed if the connected digital equipment such
as DVD player or Set-Top box failed. Check user
manual of the digital equipment you are connecting.
• Use a standard-compliant (high-quality) HDMI to DVI
cable.
No sound or picture but
front panel red light is on
• Press the
PC modes do not
work
• Check whether connections are correct. (see page 47).
• Check whether the source is correctly selected.
Press
button to enter Source list and select the
correct source.
• Check whether you have configured the computer to
a compatible display resolution (see page 47).
• Check graphic card setting of PC.
S-Video colour
becomes faint
• Check whether SVHS cable is properly connected.
• Press the P + key on the remote control to do a
channel up and then press the P – key to do a
channel down.
Black bar on top and
bottom of screen in
PC mode
• Change PC refresh rate to 60 Hz.
AC3 not available
key
• AC3 is not supported for this set. Use the
on the remote control to select an alternative audio.
TV antenna cannot be
powered by set
• Some TV antennas need to be powered by the set.
This set does not support such a feature.
key on the remote control.
Changing from one
• Pay TV channels are encoded by the cable provider and
channel to another
take a longer time to decode. This is normal behaviour
channel takes a long time
and no action is required.
Cannot access digital
menu
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• Check whether TV is in analogue mode. If it is, press
key to switch to digital mode.
Glossary
DVI (Digital Visual Interface) : A digital interface
standard created by the Digital Display Working
Group (DDWG) to convert analog signals into
digital signals to accommodate both analog and
digital monitors.
RGB signals : These are the three video
signals, Red Green Blue, which make up the
picture. Using these signals improves picture
quality.
S-VHS signals : These are 2 separate
Y/C video signals from the S-VHS and Hi-8
recording standards. The luminance signals Y
(black and white) and chrominance signals C
(colour) are recorded separately on the tape.
This provides better picture quality than with
standard video (VHS and 8 mm) where the Y/C
signals are combined to provide only one video
signal.
16:9 : Refers to the ratio between the
length and height of the screen. Wide screen
televisions have a ratio of 16/9, conventional
screen TV sets have a ratio of 4/3.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface)
: Provides an uncompressed, all digital audio/video
interface between the TV and any HDMI-equipped
audio/video component, such as set-top box, DVD
player and A/V receiver. HDMI supports enhanced
or high-definition video plus two-channel digital
audio.
System : Television pictures are not broadcast in
the same way in all countries. There are different
standards: BG, DK, I, and LL’. The System setting
(page 28) is used to select these different standards.
This is not to be confused with PAL or SECAM
colour coding. PAL is used in most countries in
Europe, SECAM in France, Russia and most African
countries. The United States and Japan use a
different system called NTSC.
MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) is
the nickname given to a family of International
Standards used for coding audio-visual
information in a digital compressed format.
MHEG (Multimedia and Hypermedia
information coding Expert Group) : provides
standards for the coded representation of
multimedia and hypermedia information objects
that are interchanged among applications
and services using a variety of media. The
objects define the structure of a multimedia
hypermedia presentation.
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