Register your product and get support at Enjoy 3 www.philips.com/welcome HTS6515 EasyLink control One touch audio input switching This feature is only applicable if this DVD Home Theatre unit is connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/device using HDMI cable. It enables all the linked devices response or react to certain commands simultaneously with one touch control. Satellite Receiver / Cable Box HDMI HDMI CEC TV HDD / DVD Recorder AUDIO HDMI AUDIO This unit is able to render the audio signals from the active source and switch automatically to the corresponding audio input. Before you can enjoy this feature, connect audio cables from this unit to your TV/devices and follow the instructions below to map the audio inputs to the connected devices. A B C D 1 2 3 Press DISC. Press OPTIONS. Press B. Select [ EasyLink ], then press B. subwoofer General Setup EasyLink Auto Wake-up TV Disc Lock System Standby Display Dim System Audio Control OSD Language Audio Input Mapping Screen Saver Sleep Timer A Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on your TV and other connected devices. See TVs/devices manual for details. B You can now enjoy the EasyLink controls. Standby Mode DivX(R) VOD Code E Select [ System Audio Control ] > [ On ], then press OK. One touch play [ Auto Wake-up TV ] A Press PLAY. It turns on this unit and start disc play (if a video disc is detected,) and your TV automatically turns on and switches to the correct viewing channel. Note This is only possible if this unit is in standby mode. If this unit is in active mode, you have to press DISC followed by PLAY to start disc play. One touch power off [ System Standby ] Set up Enjoy Quick Start Guide What’s in the box? F Select [ Audio Input Mapping ], then press OK. G Select [ OK ] in the menu, then press OK to start scanning of devices. User Manual H When scanning complete, select the audio input of this unit that is used to connect to your TV/device (e.g. AUX1 Input), then press B. I Select the TV/device (appeared in its brand name) in the right panel, then press OK. J Repeat steps 8~9 to map other connected devices. K To exit the menu, press OPTIONS. Remote Control and 2 batteries DVD Home Theatre unit A Press and hold 2. It turns off all linked devices. Connect Micro fibre cleaning cloth AM/MW loop antenna Speakers Mounting knob 2 Small brackets Note Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability with all HDMI CEC compliant devices. Note This unit responses to standby command from other HDMI CEC compliant TV/devices. Need help? User Manual Subwoofer See the user manual that came with your Philips DVD Home Theatre System. 2008 C Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved. sgpjp_818/98-eng1 Power cable Composite Video cable HDMI cable Component video cables Table stand Big bracket 1 A Connect Placement 2 D F Connect to TV Proper speakers system placement is important to ensure optimum sound performance. Connect subwoofer and power cable DVD Home Theatre unit (rear) FM antenna Subwoofer (rear) A Press 2 to turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit. B Turn on the TV. Use the TVs remote control to Note To search for the correct viewing channel, press the Channel Down button on the TVs remote control repeatedly (or AV, SELECT, ° button) until you see the Video In channel. A HDMI OUT RIGHT Find the viewing channel select the correct viewing channel. B VIDEO OUT LEFT A Set up TO SUBWOOFER Or B C VIDEO IN B z If your TV supports HDMI, connect the HDMI cable Subwoofer (rear) LEFT from the HDMI OUT socket to the HDMI IN socket on your TV. Or; z Connect the composite video cable from the VIDEO OUT socket to the VIDEO IN socket on your TV (or connect the component video cables to the corresponding COMPONENT VIDEO sockets). RIGHT Note HDMI connection does not support audio output from your TV to this unit, a separate audio connection is required. A Unwind the cables from TO MAIN UNIT on the subwoofer and connect it to TO SUBWOOFER socket on this DVD Home Theatre unit. B Connect the FM antenna to the inner pin of the FM 75 socket (for some models, it has been connected in the factory). Extend the wire for optimum reception. C Connect the power cable from subwoofer to the AC power outlet. G A Connect the left and right Ambisound speakers to the matching sockets on the subwoofer. C Prepare for rear connections E When you turn on this DVD Home Theatre unit for the first time, change the Ambisound setup according to your room environment and setup. HDMI IN Connect speakers Connect audio output from TV (for EasyLink control) Attach table stand to DVD Home Theatre unit Align Arrow With Table Stand Align Arrow With table Stand A table stand bracket A Close the rear cover. B Place the table stand bracket with the arrow sections for details) and direct all the cables to the open hole on top. indicators aligned. Then use the protrude panels to hold the table stand bracket. Note To listen to the audio output from this connection, press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly until ‘AUX1 INPUT’ is displayed on the display panel. then press B. C Select [ Ambisound Setup ] in the menu, then press B. D Select a setup you want to change, then press B. [ Room Acoustics ] Select the type of walls that surround your room. The default setting is [ Hard (concrete, wood) ]. [ Room Placement ] Select the speakers placement position in your room. The default setting is [ Middle of room ]. [ Listening Position ] Select the distance between the listening position and the speakers. The default setting is between 2~3 meters. A A Push up the catch and remove the rear cover. B Connect the required cables (see the following A In disc mode, press OPTIONS. B Press V to select [ Audio Setup ] in the menu, [ Speaker Distance ] Select the distance between two speakers. The default setting is between 2~3 meters. To hear the TV audio through this DVD Home Theatre unit, connect an audio cable (not supplied) from the AUDIO IN-AUX1 sockets to the AUDIO OUT sockets on your TV. Start Ambisound setup Note All the cables must be placed properly inside the rear panel in order for the rear cover to close. E Press vV to select a setting, then press OK. F To exit the menu, press OPTIONS. Note Refer to the accompanying user manual for other setup options.