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Philips DVD home theatre system HTS6515/55 User manual
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HTS6515
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DVD Home Theatre System
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DVD Home Theatre System
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DVD Home Theatre System
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México
Es necesario que lea cuidadosamente su instructivo
de manejo.
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HTS6515
110-127V/220-240V~50-60 Hz
Switcheable
150 W
Philips Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.
Av. La Palma No. 6,
Col. San Fernando, La Herradura
Huixquilucan, Edo de Mexico
C.P. 52784, Mexico
Tel. 52 69 90 00
Philips Electronics HK, Ltd.
China
No de Serie:
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ANTES DE USAR SU APARATO.
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Philips Mexicana, S.A. de C.V. no se hace
responsable por daños o desperfectos causados por:
– Maltrato, descuido o mal uso, presencia de
insectos o roedores (cucarachas, ratones etc.).
– Cuando el aparato no haya sido operarado
de acuerdo con el instructivo del uso, fuera
de los valores nominales y tolerancias de las
tensiones (voltaje), frecuencia (ciclaje) de
alimentación elétrica y las características
que deben renuir las instalaciones auxiliares.
– Por fenómenos naturales tales como:
temblores, inundaciones, incendios, descargas
electricas, rayos etc. o delitos causados por
terceros (choques asaltos, riñas, etc.).
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“Evite o uso prolongado do aparelho
com volume superior a 85 decibéis pois
isto poderá prejudicar a sua audição.”
Nível de
Decibéis
30
40
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60
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80
Exemplos
Biblioteca silenciosa,
sussurros leves
Sala de estar, refrigerador,
quarto longe do trânsito
Trânsito leve, conversação
normal, escritório silencioso
Ar condicionado a uma distância
de 6 m, máquina de costura
Aspirador de pó, secador de cabelo,
restaurante ruidoso
Tráfego médio de cidade, coletor
de lixo, alarme de despertador
a uma distância de 60 cm
OS RUÍDOS ABAIXO PODEM SER PERIGOSOS
EM CASO DE EXPOSIÇÃO CONSTANTE
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100
120
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180
Metrô, motocicleta, tráfego de
caminhão, cortador de grama
Caminhão de lixo, serra elétrica,
furadeira pneumática
Show de banda de rock em frente
às caixas acústicas, trovão
Tiro de arma de fogo, avião a jato
Lançamento de foguete
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Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
#’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,487,535 & other U.S. and worldwide patents
issued & pending. DTS and DTS Digital
Surround are registered trademarks and the
DTS logos and Symbol are trademarks of DTS,
Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
DivX, DivX Ultra Certified, and associated logos
are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under
license.
Official DivX® Ultra Certified product.
Plays all versions of DivX ® video (including
DivX ® 6) with enhanced playback of DivX®
media files and the DivX® Media Format.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are
trademarks, or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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HDMI, and HDMI logo and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC.
The USB-IF Logos are trademarks of Universal
Serial Bus Implementers Forum, Inc.
ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY
STAR mark are registered U.S. marks
‘CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH
DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY
COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE
ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN
CASE OF 525 OR 625 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE
PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE USER
SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE ‘STANDARD
DEFINITION’ OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS
REGARDING OUR TV SET COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS
MODEL 525p AND 625p DVD PLAYER, PLEASE
CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.’
LASER
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Type
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Wave length
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Output Power
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Beam divergence
Semiconductor laser
GaAIAs
645 - 660 nm (DVD)
770 - 800 nm (CD)
6 mW (DVD)
7 mW (VCD/CD)
60 degrees
1 Important
Safety and important notice
2 Your product
Features highlight
Product overview
3 Connect
Place the unit
Connect video cables
Connect speakers to subwoofer
Connect subwoofer
Connect radio antenna
Connect audio cables/other devices
Attach table stand to DVD Home
Theatre unit
Mount the DVD Home Theatre unit
Mount the speakers
4 Get started
Prepare the remote control
Find the correct viewing channel
Select menu display language
Start Ambisound setup
Turn on Progressive Scan
Activate EasyLink control
Select a play source
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Play from disc
Play video
Play music
Play photo
Play from USB device
Play from portable media player
Play from radio
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6 Adjust sound
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Control the volume
Adjust Bass/Treble
Select Ambisound
Select a preset sound effect
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7 Adjust settings
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General setup
Audio setup
Video setup
Preference Setup
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8 Additional information
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Update software
Care
Specifications
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9 Troubleshooting
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10 Glossary
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Contents
Contents
1 Important
Safety and important notice
Warning!
Risk of fire or electric shock!
• Ensure that air can circulate freely through the
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ventilation holes on this unit. Allow at least 5~10 cm
clearance around the unit.
Never expose this unit to direct sunlight, naked
flames or heat.
Never place this unit on other electrical equipment.
Keep away from this unit during lightning storms.
Never remove the casing of this unit. Please leave all
maintenance work to qualified personnel.
Keep this unit away from water, moisture and liquidfilled objects.
Caution!
• Remove batteries if they are exhausted or if the
remote control is not to be used for a long time.
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and
alkaline, etc.).
• Batteries contain chemical substances, they should
be disposed of properly.
• Visible and invisible laser radiation when open.
Avoid exposure to beam.
• Where the MAINS plug or an appliance coupler is
used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
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Recycle notice
This electronic equipment contains a large
number of materials that can be recycled or
reused if disassembled by a specialised
company. If you are disposing of an old
machine, please take it to a recycling centre.
Please observe the local regulations regarding
disposal of packaging materials, exhausted
batteries and old equipment.
Copyright notice
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorised by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorised by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering
or disassembly is prohibited.
This DVD Home Theatre is designed to
complement your home perfectly. Enjoy the
DVD Home Theatre with multi-channel
surround sound and excellent picture quality.
Features highlight
Video upscaling to 1080p
You can now watch the DVDs in the highest
picture quality available for your HDTV. This
DVD Home Theatre offers full high-definition
video playback up to 1080p resolution for an
amazing viewing experience. A highly detailed
picture and increased sharpness delivers a more
true-to-life picture.
EasyLink
EasyLink uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control) industry standard protocol
to share functionality with all HDMI CEC
compliant devices over HDMI. It enables the
connected devices to control each other with a
single remote control.
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Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Ambisound
Philips Ambisound technology reproduces
multi-channel surround sound with fewer
speakers to give an embracing surround
experience without the hassle of setting up a
full range of speaker systems.
USB direct and MP3 link
Simply plug your USB device into the USB
socket to play your MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX files;
or plug your portable media player to the MP3
LINK socket to enjoy the music play in superb
sound quality.
Sync the audio output with the video play
This DVD Home Theatre provides you the
feature of delaying the audio output if the video
signals that go directly to the TV is slower than
the audio streams.
Region codes
DVD movies are usually not released at the
same time in all regions of the world, thus all
DVD players are programmed to a specific
region code.
Countries
DVD region code
Latin America
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Note
• Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC devices.
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Your product
2 Your product
Product overview
Remote control
a 2
• Turn on this unit or turn off to standby
mode.
• Press and hold to turn off this unit and
all the HDMI CEC compliant TV/
devices (for EasyLink control only).
b Z (Open/Close)
• Open or close the disc compartment.
c Source buttons
• DISC: switch to DISC mode. While in
disc mode, access or exit disc menu.
• USB: switch to USB mode.
• RADIO: switch to FM or AM/MW
band.
• AUX/DI /MP3 LINK: switch to AUX1
INPUT, AUX2 INPUT, AUX3 INPUT,
DIGITAL INPUT or MP3 LINK that
corresponds to the socket you used to
connect the external device.
d HDMI
• Select a video resolution setting for
HDMI output.
e INFO
• Display the current status or disc
information.
• Display photo files in 12 thumbnails
view.
f OPTIONS
• Access or exit Options menu (this
menu provides various setting options).
g u (Play/Pause)
• Start or pause disc play.
• RADIO: start auto radio installation
(only available for first time setup).
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i TREBLE / BASS
• Switch to treble or bass mode. Then
press VOL +- to set its level setting.
j AUDIO SYNC
• Select an audio language/channel.
• Press and hold to access audio sync
setting. Then press VOL +- to set
the audio delay time.
• RADIO: toggle between FM stereo and
mono mode.
k SOUND
• Select a predefined sound effect.
l REPEAT / PROGRAM
• Select various repeat or shuffle modes;
turns off repeat or shuffle mode.
• RADIO: press this button to start
manual radio preset.
• RADIO: press and hold this button to
start automatic radio preset.
m OK
• Confirm an entry or selection.
n Cursor buttons (v V b B)
• Navigate through the on-screen menu.
• Press left or right for fast backward or
forward search.
• RADIO: press up or down to tune the
radio frequency.
• RADIO: press left or right to start auto
search.
• Return to the previous display menu.
• For DVD, go to title menu.
• For VCD version 2.0 or SVCD with
PBC turned on: return to the menu
during playback.
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• Stop disc play.
• RADIO: erase the current preset radio
station.
o BACK / TITLE
p í/ ë (Previous/Next)
Your product
h x (Stop)
• Skip to the previous or next title/
chapter/track.
• RADIO: select a preset radio station.
q H (Mute)
• Mute or restore the volume.
r VOL +• Adjust the volume level.
s AMBISOUND
• Select different surround sound
output: auto, multi-channel or stereo.
t Numeric buttons
• Enter a preset number or item to play.
u SUBTITLE
• Select DVD or DivX subtitle language.
v ZOOM
• Zoom in or out the picture on the TV.
w ANGLE
• Select a different viewing angle of a
DVD movie.
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Main unit
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MP3 LINK
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a 2 (Standby-on)
• Turn on this unit or turn off to standby
mode.
• Press and hold to turn on this unit from
a low power standby mode.
b u (Play/Pause)
• Start or pause disc play.
• RADIO: start auto radio installation
(only available for first time setup).
c VOL +• Adjust the volume level.
d SOURCE
• Select a play media: DISC, USB, RADIO
FM, RADIO AM/MW, DIGITAL INPUT,
AUX1 INPUT, AUX2 INPUT, AUX3
INPUT or MP3 LINK.
e Z (Open/Close)
• Open or close the disc compartment.
f Disc compartment
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(USB) socket
• To connect USB flash drive, USB
memory reader or digital camera.
h MP3 LINK socket
• To connect portable audio player.
i Display panel
Basic connections:
• Place the unit
• Connect video cables
• Connect speakers to subwoofer
• Connect subwoofer
• Connect radio antenna
Optional connections:
• Connect audio cables/other devices
• Connect audio from TV
• Connect audio from cable box/
recorder/game console
• Connect portable media player
• Connect USB device
• Attach table stand to DVD Home Theatre
unit
• Mount the DVD Home Theatre unit
• Mount the speakers.
Note
• Place this unit on top of a table or mount it
on the wall (see chapter ‘Mount the DVD
Home Theatre unit’ and ‘Mount the
speakers’).
• Never place this unit in an enclosed cabinet.
• Install this unit near the AC outlet where
the AC power plug can be easily reached.
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RIGHT
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• Refer to the type plate at the rear or bottom of the
product for identification and supply ratings.
• Before you make or change any connections, ensure
that all the devices are disconnected from the power
outlet.
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Place this DVD Home Theatre unit near to
the TV.
• Attach the table stand to the DVD
Home Theatre unit before place it on a
table top.
Place the speakers at the normal listening
ear-level and directly parallel to the
listening area.
Place the subwoofer at the corner of the
room or at least one metre away from the
TV.
Note
• To avoid magnetic interference or unwanted noise,
never place the speakers too close to the TV or any
radiation devices.
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This section describes the basic connections
required for this DVD Home Theatre unit
before it can be used.
Place the unit
Connect
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Connect video cables
This section describes how to connect this
DVD Home Theatre unit to your TV so to
enable viewing of disc play.
Before you connect
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Push up the catch and remove the rear
cover.
Select the best video connection that your TV
can support.
Option 1: Connect to HDMI socket (for a
HDMI, DVI or HDCP-compliant TV).
Option 2: Connect to component video
socket (for a standard TV or Progressive
Scan TV).
Option 3: Connect to video (CVBS) socket
(for a standard TV).
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Note
• You must connect this unit directly to a TV.
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Connect the cables to the corresponding
sockets and direct the cables to the open
hole on top.
Once complete, close the rear cover.
Note
• All the cables must be placed properly inside the rear
panel in order for the rear cover to close.
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Option 2: Connect to component
video socket
Connect
Option 1: Connect to HDMI socket
HDMI OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
HDMI IN
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Connect a HDMI cable (supplied) from the
HDMI OUT on this unit to the HDMI IN
socket on your TV.
Note
• The HDMI connector is only compatible with HDMI
compliant TVs and DVI-TVs.
Tips
• To optimise the video output, see chapter ‘Adjust
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settings’ > [ Video Setup ] > [ HDMI Setup ] for
details.
This unit is HDMI CEC compatible. It enables
connected TV/device to control each other over
HDMI, see chapter ‘Activate EasyLink control’ for
details.
Use a HDMI/DVI adaptor in case your TV has only
a DVI connection. An extra audio connection is
needed to complete this connection.
To route the audio from your TV to this DVD Home
Theatre unit, connect an audio cable from the audio
input on this unit to the audio output on your TV.
This type of connections provide best picture quality.
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Connect the component video cable
(supplied) from the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT socket on this unit to the
component video input sockets on your
TV.
• If a progressive scan TV is used, you
may turn on the progressive scan mode
(see chapter ‘Turn on Progressive Scan’
for details).
Tips
• The component video input socket on your TV may
be labelled as Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr or YUV.
• This type of connections provide good picture
quality.
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Option 3: Connect to Video (CVBS)
socket
Connect speakers to
subwoofer
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RIGHT
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Connect a composite video cable
(supplied) from the VIDEO OUT socket
on this unit to the video input socket on
your TV.
Connect the left and right Ambisound
speakers to the matching sockets on the
subwoofer.
Note
• Ensure that the front portion of the plug is fully
inserted into the socket.
• To disconnect the Ambisound speakers, press down
Tips
• The video input socket on your TV may be labeled as
A/V IN, VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE or BASEBAND.
• This type of connections provide standard picture
quality.
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the catch on the plug before pulling out.
Connect radio antenna
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Connect subwoofer
Connect
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TO SUBWOOFER
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Unwind the subwoofer’s interconnect
cable at TO MAIN UNIT and connect it
to the TO SUBWOOFER socket on this
unit.
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Stand the AM/MW loop antenna
(supplied) upright to fix its claw into the
slot.
Connect the AM/MW loop antenna to the
AM/MW socket. Then place the AM/MW
loop antenna on a shelf, or attach it to a
stand or wall.
Connect the FM antenna (supplied) to the
FM75Ω socket on this unit (for some
models, this cable has been connected).
Extend the FM antenna and fix its ends to
the wall.
Connect the power cord when all the
required connections are complete and
you are ready to enjoy this DVD Home
Theatre unit.
Note
• Before connect to power outlet, ensure that the
voltage selector (at the rear of this unit) is set to the
local power line voltage.
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Connect audio cables/other
devices
This section describes how you can route the
sound from other devices to this DVD Home
Theatre unit in order to enjoy sound output or
audio play with multi-channel surround
capabilities.
Connect audio from cable box/
recorder/game console
You can choose to connect to analogue or
digital socket depending on the device
capabilities.
Connect to analogue sockets
Connect audio from TV
(also used for EasyLink control)
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Connect an audio cable (not supplied)
from the AUDIO IN-AUX1 sockets on
this unit to the AUDIO OUT sockets on
your TV.
Connect an audio cable (not supplied)
from the AUDIO IN-AUX2 or AUX3
sockets on the subwoofer to the AUDIO
OUT sockets on the device.
Note
• To listen to the audio output from this connection,
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.
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press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly until ‘AUX2
INPUT’ or ‘AUX3 INPUT’ is displayed on the display
panel.
Connect portable media player
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Connect to digital socket
MP3 LINK
COAXIAL
DIGITAL IN
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Connect a coaxial cable (not supplied)
from the DIGITAL IN-COAXIAL socket
on the subwoofer to the COAXIAL/
DIGITAL OUT socket on the device.
Connect
MP3
Connect a 3.5mm stereo audio cable
(supplied) from the MP3 LINK socket on
this unit to the phone socket on your
portable media player (such as MP3 player).
Note
• To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly until ‘MP3
LINK’ is displayed on the display panel.
Note
• To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly until ‘DIGITAL
INPUT’ is displayed on the display panel.
Connect USB device
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Connect the USB device to
socket on this unit.
(USB)
Note
• This unit can only play/view MP3, WMA, DivX
(Ultra) or JPEG files that are stored on such devices.
• To listen to the audio output from this connection,
press USB.
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Attach table stand to DVD
Home Theatre unit
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Ensure all the required cables are
connected to this unit and close the rear
cover.
Attach the table stand bracket to the rear
of this unit.
• Align the arrow indicators for correct
positioning and placement.
• Use the protrude panels to hold the
table stand bracket.
Mount the DVD Home
Theatre unit
Caution!
• Risk of personal injury and damage to the unit.
Allow only qualified persons to mount the unit.
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Ensure all the required cables are
connected to this unit and close the rear
cover.
Attach the big wall mount bracket to table
stand bracket with screws.
B
A
A
Align Arrow
With table Stand
A table stand bracket
B big wall mount bracket
Align Arrow
With table Stand
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Position the brackets on the wall, drill four
screw holes and secure the brackets onto
the wall with screws (not supplied).
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Align Arrow
With table Stand
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A table stand bracket
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Hook the DVD Home Theatre unit firmly
onto the mounted bracket.
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Mount the speakers
Caution!
• Risk of personal injury and damage to the unit.
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Connect
Allow only qualified persons to mount the unit.
Loosen the screws at the bottom of the
speaker to remove the speaker stand.
Screw the supplied knob to the hole at the
centre rear to secure the DVD Home
Theatre unit to the bracket.
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3
Attach the small wall mount bracket to the
speaker with screws.
Fix two screws (not supplied) to the wall,
then hook the bracket onto the screws
and lock the speaker into position.
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4 Get started
Control a play source
1
Prepare the remote control
2
Select the source you wish to control by
pressing the DISC, USB, RADIO or
AUX/DI/MP3 LINK button.
Then select the desired function (for
example í, ë).
Navigate through the menu
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Point the remote control directly at the
remote sensor on this unit and select the
desired function.
Push to open the battery compartment
cover.
Insert two batteries type R03 or AAA.
Match the indications (+-) inside the
battery compartment.
Close the cover.
Note
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Use the following buttons on the remote
control to navigate through the on-screen
menus.
Button
vV
Action
Move up or down.
bB
Move left or right.
• If you are not going to use the remote control for a
long time, remove the batteries.
Confirm a selection.
Enter numbers.
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Select menu display language
English
Find the correct viewing
channel
Note
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Press 2 to turn on the DVD Home
Theatre unit.
• You can skip this setting if this unit is connected to a
HDMI CEC compliant TV. It switches automatically
to the same OSD menu language as per your TV
setting.
Press DISC to switch to disc mode
Turn on the TV and switch it to the
correct video-in channel.
• You may go to the lowest channel on
your TV, then press the Channel Down
button on your TVs remote control
until you see the Video In channel.
• You may press ° button repeatedly
on your TVs remote control.
• Usually this channel is between the
lowest and highest channels and may
be called FRONT, A/V IN, VIDEO, etc..
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Get started
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Press DISC.
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
Press B.
Press vV to select [ OSD Language ] in
the menu, then press B.
General Setup
Tips
• Refer to your TVs user manual on how to select the
EasyLink
Auto
Disc Lock
English
Display Dim
OSD Language
Espanõl
Português
Screen Saver
correct input on your TV.
Sleep Timer
Standby Mode
DivX(R) VOD Code
• The language options are different
depending on your country or region.
It may not correspond to the illustration
shown here.
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Press vV to select a language, then press
OK.
Tips
• To set the default language for DVD audio and disc
menu, see chapter ‘Adjust settings’ - [ Preference
Setup ] for details.
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Start Ambisound setup
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Change the Ambisound setup according to your
room environment and setup in order to obtain
the best possible surround sound effect.
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Type of wall that surround your room.
[ Room Acoustics ]
• [ Hard ] (concrete, wood)
• [ Soft ] (curtains, open space)
Press DISC.
Press OPTIONS.
Speakers placement in your room.
Press V to select
[ Audio Setup ] in the
menu, then press B.
[ Room Placement ]
• [ Middle of room ]
• [ Corner of room ]
• [ Near the right wall ]
• [ Near the left wall ]
Audio Setup
Ambisound Setup
HDMI Audio
Night Mode
Distance between two speakers.
[ Speaker Distance ]
• [ Near ] (< 2m / 78in)
• [ Default ] (2m~3m / 78~118in)
• [ Far ] (> 3m / 118in)
• To access Ambisound setup option, this
DVD Home Theatre unit must be in a
complete stop mode. Press x twice if
necessary.
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Distance between the listening position
and the speakers.
Select [ Ambisound Setup ] in the menu,
then press B.
[ Listening Position ]
• [ Near ] (< 2m / 78in)
• [ Default ] (2m~3m / 78~118in)
• [ Far ] (> 3m / 118in)
Ambisound Setup
Room Acoustics
Hard
Room Placement
Soft
Speaker Distance
Listening Position
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Select a setup you want to change, then
press B.
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Press vV to select a setting, then press
OK.
To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
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Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for this unit.
Press DISC.
To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
You can now turn on the progressive scan
mode on your TV (see the TV user
manual).
Note
• There are some progressive scan TVs that are
not fully compatible with this unit, resulting in an
unnatural picture when playing back a DVD VIDEO
disc in the progressive scan mode. In such case, turn
off the progressive scan feature on this unit and your
TV.
Press OPTIONS.
Press V to select
[ Video Setup ] in the
menu, then press B.
Video Setup
TV Type
On
TV Display
Off
Picture Settings
HDMI Setup
Closed Caption
Progressive
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Select [ Progressive ] > [ On ], then press
OK.
A warning message is displayed.
To proceed, select [ OK ] in the menu
and press OK.
The progressive setup is complete.
Note
• If a blank/distorted screen is displayed, wait for 15
seconds for the auto recover.
• If no picture displayed, turn off the progressive scan
mode as follows:
1) Press Z to open the disc compartment.
2) Press B.
3) Press SUBTITLE.
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English
If you connect this unit to TV with the
component video connection (see chapter
‘Connect video cables - Option 2: Connect to
component video socket’ for details), you can
turn on the progressive scan output if your TV
supports progressive scan.
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Get started
Turn on Progressive Scan
Activate EasyLink control
This feature is only applicable if this unit is
connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/device.
It enables all the linked devices response or
react to certain commands simultaneously with
one touch control.
1
2
Turn on the HDMI CEC operations on
your TV and other connected devices. See
TVs/devices manual for details.
You can now enjoy the EasyLink controls.
One touch play [ Auto Wake-up TV ]
When you press PLAY button, this unit will
wake- up from standby mode and start
disc play (if a video disc is found in the disc
compartment) and it will also turn on your
TV and switch to the correct viewing
channel.
One touch power off [ System Standby ]
When you press and hold STANDBY
button, it will turn off this unit and all the
linked devices to standby.
This unit also responses to standby
command from other HDMI CEC devices.
One touch audio input switching [ System
Audio Control ]
This unit is able to render the audio signals
from the active source. It switches
automatically to the corresponding audio
input and output the sound from its
speaker system.
• Before you can enjoy this function, you
have to map the audio inputs to the
connected devices.
• You can use any HDMI CEC TV/device
remote control to adjust the volume.
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Note
• To enable one touch play function, a video disc must
be placed in the disc compartment before operation.
• Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.
Map the audio inputs to the
connected devices
Note
• Before you start, ensure that an audio connection
has been made between this unit and your TV/
devices.
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2
3
4
Press DISC.
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
Press B.
Select [ EasyLink ], then press B.
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
Standby Mode
DivX(R) VOD Code
• [ Auto Wake-up TV ] and [ System
Standby ] functions are turned on by
default in the factory.
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6
Select [ System Audio Control ] > [ On ],
then press OK.
Select [ Audio Input Mapping ], then press
OK.
Select [ OK ] in the menu, then press OK
to start scanning of devices.
Once complete, audio input mapping
menu is displayed.
Select a play source
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On the main unit
AUX1 Input
TV
AUX2 Input
Other (non-HDMI)
Get started
Audio Input Mapping
AUX3 Input
Digital Input
1
• For example, if your TV audio is
connected to the AUX IN-AUX 1
sockets on this unit, select [ AUX1
Input ] and map with the TV (brand
name) at the right panel.
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9
Press SOURCE button repeatedly to
select: DISC > USB > RADIO FM >
RADIO AM/MW > DIGITAL INPUT >
AUX1 INPUT > AUX2 INPUT > AUX3
INPUT > MP3 LINK > DISC ...
On the remote control
Select the audio input of this unit that is
used to connect to other HDMI device
(e.g. AUX1 Input, AUX2 Input), then press
B.
Select the correct device that connected
to this audio input, then press OK.
• Repeat steps 8~9 to map other
connected devices.
10 To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
• Press DISC to switch to DISC mode.
• Press USB to switch to USB mode.
• Press RADIO to switch to FM or AM/MW
band.
• Press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly to
select other external devices.
Display
Device connected to
AUX1 INPUT
AUDIO IN-AUX1 sockets.
AUX2 INPUT
AUDIO IN-AUX2 sockets.
AUX3 INPUT
AUDIO IN-AUX3 sockets.
DIGITAL
INPUT
DIGITAL IN-COAXIAL
socket.
MP3 LINK
MP3 LINK socket.
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5 Play
Note
• DVDs and DVD players are designed with regional
Play from disc
•
restrictions. Ensure that the DVD video you play is
for the same region zone as your player (indicated
on its rear).
This unit can support playback of the following file
formats: MP3/WMA/JPEG/DivX.
Play a disc
Playable discs
DVD Video
• Region 4 (Latin America)
Caution!
• Never place any objects other than discs into the
disc compartment.
• Never touch the disc optical lens inside the disc
DVD±RW
(DVD Rewritable)
DVD±R
(DVD Recordable)
DVD+R DL (DVD+R Double
Layer)
compartment.
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2
3
CD-RW (CD-Rewritable)
ReWritable
CD-R (CD-Recordable)
4
Recordable
Press Z to open the disc compartment.
Insert a disc with its label facing up.
• For double-sided disc, load the side to
play faces up.
Press Z to close the disc compartment
and start disc play.
• To view disc play, turn on the TV to
the correct viewing channel for this
DVD Home Theatre unit.
To stop disc play, press x.
Tips
Audio CD (Compact Disc
Digital Audio)
• If the password entry menu is displayed, you have to
Enter the 6-digit password before it can be played.
• Screen saver displays automatically if the disc play
Video CD
• Formats 1.0, 1.1, 2.0
Super Video CD
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is stopped for about 15 minutes. To wake up from
screen saver, press DISC.
This unit automatically switches to standby mode if
you do not press any buttons within 30 minutes after
a disc has stopped playing.
Play video
• For video disc, playback always resumes from the
point where it was last stopped. To start playback
from the beginning, press í while the message is
displayed.
Control a title
1
2
Play a title.
Use the remote control to control the title.
Button
1
2
Play a title.
Use the remote control to change the
video play.
Button
Play
Note
English
Change video play
Action
Change audio language.
• Only applicable to discs
with multiple audio
language or channel.
Change subtitle language.
• Only applicable to discs
with multiple subtitle
language.
Jump to the next title/chapter.
Toggle through various repeat/
shuffle play mode; or turn off
repeat mode.
• Repeat options vary
depending on the disc type.
• For VCDs, repeat play is
only possible when the PBC
mode is turned off.
Return to the beginning of the
current title/chapter or jump to
the previous title/chapter.
Zoom in/out.
• To pan through the zoomed
image, press the cursor
buttons.
Action
Pause/ resume play.
Stop play.
m M
Search backward/ forward.
• To change search speed,
press this button repeatedly.
vV
Slow motion reverse/ forward
play.
• To change play speed, press
this button repeatedly.
• For VCD, only forward play
is possible.
Display current play status.
• You can change the video
play options here without
interrupting disc play.
View DVD play from different
camera angles.
• Only applicable to DVDs
that contain sequences
recorded from different
camera angles.
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Access DVD menu
Sync audio output with video play
If the video play is slower than the audio output
(sound does not match with the pictures), you
can delay the audio output to match the video.
1
2
Press DISC to access disc main menu.
Select a play option, then press OK.
• In some menus, press number buttons
to input your selection.
• To return to the title menu during
playback, press TITLE.
Access VCD menu
The PBC (Playback Control) for VCD is turned
on by default in the factory. When you load in
a VCD, the contents menu is displayed.
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Press vV to select a play option, then
press OK to start play.
• If PBC is off, it skips the menu and starts
play from the first title.
• During playback, you can press BACK
to return to the menu (if the PBC
mode is on).
Tips
• The default setting for PBC is on. To change the
default setting, see chapter ‘Adjust settings’ [ Preference Setup ] > [ PBC ] for details.
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1
2
Press and hold AUDIO SYNC until
‘AUDIO SYNC XXX’ is displayed.
• ‘XXX’ denotes the delay time.
Within five seconds, press VOL +- to
set the delay time for audio output.
Note
• If the volume control is not used within 5 seconds, it
resumes normal volume control function.
1
2
3
During playback, press INFO.
The disc status menu is displayed.
Select the current elapsed playing time in
the menu, then press OK.
• [ TT Time ] (title time)
• [ CH Time ] (chapter time)
• [ Disc Time ] (disc time)
• [ Track Time ] (track time)
DivX video is a digital media format that retains
high quality despite a high rate of compression.
This unit is DivX® Certified that allows you to
enjoy DivX video.
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Play DivX® video
1
Play
Quick skip play to a specific time
2
3
4
Insert a disc or USB that contains the DivX
videos.
Press DISC or USB.
A contents menu is displayed.
Select a title to play, then press u.
Use the remote control to control the
title.
Button
Press the number buttons to change the
time where you want to skip to, then press
OK.
Action
Change subtitle language.
Change audio language/track.
Stop play.
• For DivX Ultra video, press
this button again to display
the contents menu.
Display DivX Ultra video
information.
Note
• Only those DivX videos that were rented or
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•
•
purchased using the DivX registration code of this
unit can be played (see chapter ‘Adjust settings’ >
[ General Setup ] > [ DivX(R) VOD Code ] for
details).
If the subtitle does not appear correctly, change the
subtitle language (see chapter ‘Adjust settings’ [ Preference Setup ] > [ DivX Subtitle ] for details).
The subtitle can only be displayed up to an average
of 45 characters.
This unit can play DivX video files that are up to 4GB
in size.
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Play music
Play MP3/WMA music
MP3/WMA is a type of highly compressed
audio file (files with .mp3 or .wma extensions).
Note
• For some commercial audio disc, playback may
resume from the point where it was last stopped. To
start playback from first track, press í.
1
2
Control a track
1
2
Play a track.
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4
Use the remote control to control the
track.
Button
Action
Pause/ resume play.
Insert a disc or USB that contains the MP3/
WMA music.
Press DISC or USB.
A contents menu is displayed.
Select a folder, then press OK.
Select a track to play, then press u.
• To return to the main menu, press v
until ‘Previous’ folder is selected, then
press OK.
Note
• For CDs recorded in multiple sessions, only the first
session is played.
Stop play.
• This unit does not support MP3PRO audio format.
• If any special characters are present in the MP3 track
Jump to the next track.
•
Return to the beginning of the
current track or jump to the
previous track.
Direct input the track number.
•
name (ID3) or album name, it might not be displayed
correctly on the screen because these characters are
not supported.
Some WMA is protected by Digital Rights
Management (DRM), it cannot be played on this unit.
Folders/files exceed the supported file limit of this
unit will not be displayed or played.
Tips
• To display the data disc contents without folders, see
m M
Search backward/ forward.
• To change search speed,
press this button repeatedly.
Toggle through various repeat/
shuffle play mode; or turn off
repeat mode.
• Repeat options vary
depending on the disc type.
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chapter ‘Adjust settings’ - [ Preference Setup ] >
[ MP3/JPEG Nav ] for details.
Play photo
Play photos as slideshow
This unit can play JPEG photos (files with .jpeg
or .jpg extensions).
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2
3
Insert a disc or USB that contains the JPEG
photos.
Press DISC or USB.
For a Kodak disc, the slideshow begins
automatically.
For a JPEG disc, the photo menu is
displayed.
Select the folder/album you want to play.
• To preview the photos in the folder/
album, press INFO.
• To go to previous or next screen
display, press í / ë.
• To select a photo, press the cursor
buttons.
• To display the selected photo only,
press OK.
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contents on the TV due to the large number of
songs/photos compiled onto one disc.
If the JPEG photo is not recorded with an ‘exif ’
type file, the actual thumbnail picture will not be
shown on the display. It will be replaced with a ‘blue
mountain’ thumbnail picture.
This unit can only display digital camera pictures
according to the JPEG-EXIF format, typically used by
almost all digital cameras. It cannot display Motion
JPEG and pictures in formats other than JPEG, or
sound clips associated with pictures.
Folders/files exceed the supported file limit of this
unit will not be displayed or played.
Control photo play
1
2
Play photo slideshow.
Use the remote control to control the
photo.
Button
Action
b
Skip to the previous photo.
B
Skip to the next photo.
v
Rotate the photo clockwise.
V
Rotate the photo anticlockwise.
Zoom in/ out.
• Play will pause while in
zoom mode.
Stop play.
Press u to start slideshow play.
• To return to the menu, press BACK.
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Play
• It may require longer time to display the disc
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Note
Play musical slideshow
Play from USB device
Play MP3/WMA music files and JPEG photo
files simultaneously to create musical slideshow.
The MP3/WMA and JPEG files must be stored
on the same disc or USB device.
This unit can only play/view MP3, WMA, DivX
(Ultra) or JPEG files that are stored on such
devices.
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2
3
4
Play MP3/WMA music.
Navigate to the photo folder/album and
press u to start slideshow play.
Slideshow begins and continues till the
end of the photo folder or album.
Audio continues to play till the end of
the disc.
• To return to the menu, press BACK.
1
To stop slideshow play, press x.
To stop music play, press x again.
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3
4
Connect a digital camera that comply with
the PTP standard, USB flash drive, or USB
memory card reader to the
(USB)
socket on this unit.
Press USB.
A contents menu is displayed.
Select a file to play, then press u.
• For more information, see chapters
‘Play music, Play photo, Play video’ for
details.
To stop play, press x or remove the USB
device.
Tips
• If the device does not fi t into the USB socket,
connect it through a USB extension cable.
• If a multiple USB card reader is used, only one of the
connected USB drive contents can be accessed.
• If a USB HDD is used, ensure that an auxiliary
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power cord connected to the USB HDD for proper
operations.
Digital cameras that use PTP protocol or require
additional programme installation when connected
to a PC are not supported.
Check if the FM antenna has been connected
to the subwoofer. If not, connect the supplied
FM antenna to the FM 75Ω socket and fix its
ends to the wall.
Play
Simply connect your portable media player (e.g.
MP3 player) to this unit to enjoy superb sound
quality from your music collections.
Play from radio
English
Play from portable media
player
MP3 LINK
1
2
3
4
MP3
Connect a 3.5mm stereo audio cable
(supplied) from the MP3 LINK socket on
this unit to the ‘headphone’ socket on your
portable media player.
Press AUX/DI /MP3 LINK repeatedly until
‘MP3 LINK’ is displayed.
Start play on your portable media player.
• See chapter ‘Adjust Sound’ to enhance
the audio output.
To stop play, press STOP button on your
portable media player.
Note
Note
• For China/Latin America region only, if you want to
receive AM/MW radio band, connect the AM loop
antenna (supplied) to the AM/MW sockets on this
DVD Home Theatre unit.
Tips
• For better FM stereo reception, connect an external
FM antenna (not supplied).
• Position the antenna as far away as possible from
your TV, VCR or other radiation source to prevent
unwanted interference.
• Control playback is only possible on your portable
media player.
• Stop play on the portable media player before you
switch to other play media/source.
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Press and hold this button to
delete the preset station from
the preset list.
• The preset number for
other radio stations
remain unchanged
First time tuning
The first time when you access ‘RADIO’ mode,
follow the instructions to install the radio
stations.
1
2
Press RADIO.
’AUTO INSTALL ... PRESS PLAY’ is
displayed.
Press u.
All detected radio stations are stored.
Once complete, it tunes to the first
preset radio station.
• To stop auto tuning, press x.
Reinstall all the radio stations
1
2
Note
Press RADIO repeatedly to select ‘FM’ or
‘AM/MW’ band.
Press and hold PROGRAM until
‘STARTING INSTALL’ is displayed.
All previously stored radio stations will
be replaced.
• This unit can store up to a maximum of 40 FM radio
stations (20 radio stations for AM/MW band).
Note
• If auto installation is not activated or less than 5
radio stations are stored, ‘AUTO INSTALL’ will be
displayed again the next time you turn on to radio
mode.
Listen to radio
1
2
are detected during radio installation, ‘CHECK
ANTENNA’ is displayed.
Search and store radio stations
individually
Press RADIO repeatedly to select ‘FM’ or
‘AM/MW’ band.
1
Use the remote control to control the
radio.
2
Button
Action
Select a preset radio station.
m M
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3
Tune the radio frequency
backward/ forward.
Toggle between FM stereo
and FM mono mode.
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• If no stereo signal is detected or less than 5 stations
4
Press RADIO repeatedly to select ‘FM’ or
‘AM/MW’ band.
Press m M.
The radio frequency indication starts to
change until a radio station is detected.
Repeat step 2 until you tune to the radio
station you wish to store.
• To finetune the radio frequency, press
vV.
Press PROGRAM.
• If no action is carried out within 20
seconds after the above step, it exits
the preset mode.
6
Press í ë (or the number buttons) to
select a preset number to store.
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5
Press PROGRAM to confirm.
Play
Change tuning grid
In some countries, the frequency step between
adjacent channels in FM band is 50 kHz or
100 kHz (AM/MW band is 9 kHz or 10 kHz).
Note
• This feature only applicable for certain region.
• Change tuning grid erases all preset radio stations.
1
2
3
Press RADIO repeatedly to select ‘FM’ or
‘AM/MW’ band.
Press x.
Press and hold u until ‘GRID 9’ or
‘GRID 10’ is displayed.
• ‘GRID 9’ for FM 50 kHz (or AM 9 kHz)
and ‘GRID 10’ for FM 100 kHz (or AM
10 kHz).
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6 Adjust sound
Select Ambisound
Control the volume
1
Press VOL +- to increase or decrease
the volume level.
• To mute the volume, press H.
• To restore the volume, press H again
or press the volume button.
Adjust Bass/Treble
1
2
Press BASS / TREBLE.
Press VOL +-repeatedly to set the
level for low (BASS) or high (TREBLE)
tone.
Note
• If the volume control is not used within 10 seconds, it
resumes normal volume control function.
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Press AMBISOUND repeatedly to select a
best surround output that most suits the
video or music you play.
Options
Descriptions
AUTO
The surround output will be
selected based on the audio
stream of the played content.
MULTICHANNEL
Multi-channel surround sound.
STEREO
Stereo sound.
1
Adjust sound
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Select a preset sound effect
Press SOUND repeatedly to select a
sound effect that most suits the video or
music you play.
Video /
Music /
Descriptions
ACTION /
ROCK /
Enhanced low and high
range for great sounding
movie effects and
atmosphere. Great for
action movies and rock/pop
music.
DRAMA /
JAZZ
Clear mid and high range.
Recreates the atmosphere
of a live club with the artist
just in front of you. Good
for Jazz music and watching
dramas.
CONCERT /
CLASSIC
Flat and pure sound mode.
Ideal for listening to classical
music and watching live
concert DVDs.
GAMING /
PARTY
Slightly enhanced low range
and strong mid range ideal
for party music and video
gaming.
SPORTS
Moderate mid range and
surround effects for clear
vocals and the atmosphere
of a live sports venue.
NEWS
Enhanced mid range for
clear vocals/speech.
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7 Adjust settings
This section describes the various setting
options of this unit.
Symbol
Options
[ EasyLink ]
This feature is only applicable if this unit is
connected to HDMI CEC compliant TV/
device. It enables all the linked devices
response or react to certain commands
simultaneously with one touch control.
[ General Setup ]
Options
Descriptions
[ Audio Setup ]
[ Auto Wakeup TV ]
It wake-ups your TV
automatically when you
press PLAY to power up
this unit and start disc
play (if a video disc is
found in the disc
compartment).
• To disable this feature,
select [ Off ].
[ System
Standby ]
Respond to standby
command from other
HDMI CEC compliant
TV/devices.
• To disable this feature,
select [ Decline ].
[ Video Setup ]
[ Preference Setup ]
General setup
1
2
3
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
Press B.
Select an option, then press OK.
General Setup
EasyLink
Disc Lock
Display Dim
OSD Language
Screen Saver
Sleep Timer
Standby Mode
DivX(R) VOD Code
• See the explanations of the above
options in the following pages.
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Select a setting, then press OK.
• To return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
• To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
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[ System Audio It enables this DVD
Control ]
Home Theatre unit to
switch automatically to
the audio input of the
active device.
• To enable this feature,
select [ On ]. Then
proceed to [ Audio
Input Mapping ] to
scan and map all the
connected devices.
Note
• Your TV and other connected devices must be
compliant with HDMI CEC.
• You must turn on the HDMI CEC operations on
•
your TV/devices before you can enjoy the EasyLink
controls. See your TVs/devices manual for details.
Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI CEC compliant devices.
[ Disc Lock ]
Set play restriction for a specific discs.
Before you start, place the disc in the disc
compartment (maximum 40 discs can be
locked).
• [ Lock ] – restrict access to the current
disc. The next time you want to play
this disc or unlock it, you need to enter
the password.
• [ Unlock ] – all discs can be played.
Tips
[ Display Dim ]
Change the brightness level of the display
panel to suit the lighting in your room.
• [ 100% ] – normal brightness.
• [ 70% ] – medium brightness.
• [ 40% ] – dimmest display. The LEDs
and display icons will not be shown.
[ OSD Language ]
Select the default on-screen menu
language.
[ Screen Saver ]
Turn off or on the screen saver mode. It
helps to protect the TV screen from being
damage due to over exposure to a static
image for too long.
• [ On ] – set the screen saver to appear
after 15 minutes of inactivity (for
example, in pause or stop mode).
• [ Off ] – disable screen saver mode.
[ Sleep Timer ]
Switch to standby automatically after the
preset time.
• [ Off ] – disable sleep mode.
• [ 15, 30, 45, 60 mins ] – select the
count down time before it switches to
standby.
[ Standby Mode ]
Set the standby mode.
• [ Normal ] – normal standby power
consumption.
• [ Low Power ] – low standby power
consumption. However, it requires
longer time to power up.
• To set or change your password, go to
[ Preference Setup ] > [ Password ].
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English
Map the audio input to
the connected TV/
devices correctly to
enable automatic
switching of input source.
1. Press OK to start
scanning of devices.
2. Select the audio input
to map (e.g. AUX1
Input, AUX2 Input),
then press B.
3. Select the correct
device that connected
to this audio input,
then press OK.
Adjust settings
[ Audio Input
Mapping ]
[ DivX(R) VOD Code ]
Display the DivX® registration code.
Tips
• Enter this unit’s DivX registration code when you
rent or purchase video from www.divx.com/vod.
The DivX videos rented or purchased through the
DivX® VOD (Video On Demand) service can be
played only on the device to which it is registered.
Audio setup
1
2
3
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
[ Audio Setup ], then
Press V to select
press B.
Select an option, then press OK.
Audio Setup
Ambisound Setup
HDMI Audio
Night Mode
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Select a setting, then press OK.
• To return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
• To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
[ Ambisound Setup ]
Change the Ambisound setup.
Options
Descriptions
[ Room
Acoustics ]
Select the type of walls
that surround your room.
[ Room
Placement ]
Select this unit placement
in the room.
[ Speaker
Distance ]
Select the distance
between two speakers.
[ Listening
Position ]
Select the distance
between your listening
position and this unit.
Tips
• See chapter ‘Get Started - Start Ambisound setup’
for detailed information.
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Video setup
1
2
3
English
When you connect this unit and TV with
HDMI cable, select the audio output
setting for this connection.
• [ On ] – the sound is output through
both your TV and this speaker system.
If the audio format on the disc is not
supported, it will be downmixed to
two-channel sound (linear-PCM).
• [ Off ] – disable audio output from
your TV. The sound is only output
through this speaker system.
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
Press V to select
press B.
[ Video Setup ], then
Adjust settings
[ HDMI Audio ]
Select an option, then press OK.
Video Setup
TV Type
[ Night Mode ]
TV Display
Make loud sound level softer and soft
sound level louder so that you can watch
the DVD movies at a low volume, without
disturbing others.
• [ On ] – for quiet viewing at night
(DVDs only).
• [ Off ] – enjoy surround sound with a
full dynamic range.
Picture Settings
HDMI Setup
Closed Caption
Progressive
• See the explanations of the above
options in the following pages.
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Select a setting, then press OK.
• To return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
• To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
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[ TV Type ]
[ HDMI Setup ]
Change this setting only if the video does
not appear correctly. By default, this
setting matches the most common setting
for TVs in your country.
• [ PAL ] – for PAL-system TV.
• [ NTSC ] – for NTSC-system TV.
• [ Multi ] – for TV that is compatible
with both PAL and NTSC.
When you connect this unit and TV with
HDMI cable, select the best HDMI setup
that your TV can support.
• [ Wide Screen Format ] – define the
wide screen format for disc play.
Options
Descriptions
[ Superwide ]
Centre position of the
screen is stretched less
than the side. This
setting is only applicable
if the video resolution is
set to 720p or 1080i/p.
[ 4:3 Pillar
Box ]
No stretching of the
picture. Black bars are
displayed on both sides
of the screen.
[ Off ]
Picture will be displayed
according to the format
of the disc.
[ TV Display ]
Select the screen format according to how
you want the picture to appear on your
TV.
4:3 Pan Scan (PS)
4:3 Letter Box (LB)
16:9 (Wide Screen)
• [ 4:3 Pan Scan ] – for standard TV, a
full-height screen display with the sides
trimmed.
• [ 4:3 Letter Box ] – for standard TV, a
‘wide-screen’ display with black bars on
the top and bottom.
• [ 16:9 Wide Screen ] – for wide-screen
TV (frame ratio 16:9).
[ Picture Settings ]
Select a predefined set of picture colour
settings or customise your personal setting.
• [ Standard ] – original colour setting.
• [ Bright ] – vibrant colour setting.
• [ Soft ] – warm colour setting.
• [ Personal ] – customise the colour
setting. Set the level of brightness,
contrast, tint and colour saturation in
the menu, then press OK.
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Note
• This setting is only available if you have set the [ TV
Display ] setting to [ 16:9 Wide Screen ].
• [ HDMI Video ] – select a video
resolution that is compatible with your
TV display capability.
Options
Descriptions
[ Auto ]
It detects and selects the
best supported video
resolution automatically.
[ 480p, 576p,
720p, 1080i,
1080p ]
Select a video resolution
that best supported by
your TV. See your TVs
manual for details.
blank screen appears. Wait for 15 seconds for auto
recover or press HDMI repeatedly until the picture
appears.
[ Closed Caption ]
Turn on or off display captions.
• [ On ] – show the sound effects in
subtitle. Only applicable to disc with
Closed Caption information included
and your TV supports this feature.
• [ Off ] – disable closed caption.
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Tips
• See chapter ‘Get Started - Turn on Progressive Scan’
for detailed information.
Press OPTIONS.
[ General Setup ] menu is displayed.
Press V to select
then press B.
[ Preference Setup ],
Select an option, then press OK.
Preference Setup
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
[ Progressive ]
If your TV can support progressive signals,
you can activate the progressive scan
mode of this unit.
• [ On ] – turn on progressive scan
mode.
• [ Off ] – disable progressive scan mode.
English
• If the setting is not compatible with your TV, a
Preference Setup
Adjust settings
Note
Parental
PBC
MP3/JPEG Nav
Password
DivX Subtitle
• See the explanations of the above
options in the following pages.
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Select a setting, then press OK.
• To return to the previous menu, press
BACK.
• To exit the menu, press OPTIONS.
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[ Audio ]
[ PBC ]
Select the default audio language for
DVDs.
For VCDs/SVCDs recorded with PBC
(playback control,) you can access the disc
contents through an interactive menu.
• [ On ] – an index menu is displayed
when you load a disc for play.
• [ Off ] – skip the menu and start play
from the first title.
[ Subtitle ]
Select the default subtitle language for
DVDs.
[ Disc Menu ]
Select the menu language for DVDs.
Note
• If the language you have set is not available on the
disc, the disc uses its own default language.
• For some DVDs, the subtitle/audio language can only
be changed from the disc menu.
• To select the languages that are not listed in the
menu, select [ Others ]. Then check the Language
Code list at the back of this user manual and Enter
the respective 4-digit language code.
[ Parental ]
Restrict access to DVDs that are unsuitable
for your children. These types of DVDs
must be recorded with ratings.
1. To start, press OK.
2. Select a rating level in the menu, then
press OK.
3. Press the number buttons to Enter
your 6-digit password.
Note
• Rated DVDs above the level you set in [ Parental ]
require a password to be played.
• The ratings are country-dependent. To allow all discs
to play, select ‘8’.
[ MP3/JPEG Nav ]
Turn off or on MP3/WMA folder display
when you play a media that contains MP3/
WMA files.
• [ Without Menu ] – display all the files.
• [ With Menu ] – display the folders of
MP3/WMA files.
[ Password ]
Follow the instructions on the TV to set or
change the password for locked discs and
play restricted DVDs.
Change Password
Old Password
New Password
Confirm PWD
OK
1. Press the number buttons to Enter
‘136900’ or your last set 6-digit
password at [ Old Password ] field.
2. Enter the new password at [ New
Password ] field.
3. Enter the new password again at
[ Confirm PWD ] field.
4. Press OK to exit the menu.
• Some DVDs have ratings printed on them but are
not recorded with ratings. This function has no
effect on such DVDs.
Tips
• To set or change your password, go to
[ Preference Setup ] > [ Password ].
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Note
• If you forget your 6-digit password, Enter ‘136900’
before you set a new password.
[ DivX Subtitle ]
English, Irish, Danish,
Estonian, Finnish, French,
German, Italian, Portuguese,
Luxembourgish, Norwegian
(Bokmål and Nynorsk),
Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
[ Central
Europe ]
Polish, Czech, Slovak,
Albanian, Hungarian,
Slovene, Croatian, Serbian
(Latin script), Romanian
[ Cyrillic ]
Belarusian, Bulgarian,
Ukrainian, Macedonian,
Russian, Serbian
[ Greek ]
Greek
[ Hebrew ]
Hebrew
Adjust settings
[ Standard ]
English
Select a character set that supports the
DivX subtitle.
Note
• Ensure that the subtitle file has the exact same file
name as the movie file. If for example the filename of
the movie is ‘Movie.avi’, then you will need to name
the text file ‘Movie.sub’ or ‘Movie.srt’.
[ Version Info ]
Display the software version of this unit.
Tips
• This information is required when you want to find
out if a newest software version is available at the
Philips website that you may download and install on
this unit.
[ Default ]
Reset all the settings of this unit to factory
default, except for [ Disc Lock ],
[ Password ] and [ Parental ] settings
remain unchanged.
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8 Additional
information
6
Insert the CD-R or USB flash drive to this
unit.
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Press DISC or USB, then follow the
instruction on the TV to confirm update
operation.
Note
Update software
Philips provides software upgrades to ensure
that this unit is compatible with the newest
formats.
To check for updates, compare the current
software version of this unit with the latest
software version available at the Philips website.
1
Press OPTIONS, .
• Do not remove the CD-R or USB when software
updating is in progress.
8
Once software update is complete, this
unit turns off to standby automatically.
Note
• We recommend that you disconnect the power cord
for a few seconds and connect again to reboot the
system.
Preference Setup
Disc Menu
Care
Parental
PBC
Caution!
MP3/JPEG Nav
Password
DivX Subtitle
Version Info
• Never use solvents such as benzene, thinner,
cleaners available commercially, or anti-static sprays
intended for discs.
Default
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3
4
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Select [ Preference Setup ] > [ Version
Info ], then press OK.
Write down the version number, then
press OPTIONS to exit the menu.
Go to www.philips.com/support to check
the latest software version available for this
unit.
If the latest software version is higher than
the software version of this unit, download
it and store onto a CD-R or USB flash
drive
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Clean discs
Wipe the disc with a micro fibre cleaning cloth
from the centre to the edge in a straight line
movement.
Clean main unit screen
Wipe the screen surface with a micro fibre
cleaning cloth.
• Specification and design are subject to change
without notice.
Accessories supplied
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Quick Start Guide
Remote control and batteries
Composite video cable (yellow)
HDMI cable
3.5mm stereo audio cable
Power cable
Subwoofer
Component video cables
2 Ambisound speakers
1 main unit wall mount bracket and 2 speakers wall
mount bracket
Mounting knob (to secure the main unit to the
bracket)
Table stand with screws (for main unit)
FM wire antenna / AM-MW loop antenna
Round-to-Flat pin adaptor (for certain region only)
Micro fibre cleaning cloth
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Amplifier
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Laser Type: Semiconductor
Disc diameter: 12cm / 8cm
Video decording: MPEG1/ MPEG2 / DivX /
DivX Ultra
Video DAC: 12 bits, 148 MHz
Signal system: PAL / NTSC
Video S/N: 56 dB
Audio DAC: 24 bits / 192 kHz
Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
PCM: IEC 60958
Dolby Digital, DTS: IEC60958, IEC61937
Compatibility: Hi-Speed USB (2.0)
Class support: UMS (USB Mass Storage Class)
Power (Subwoofer)
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Total output power: 500W RMS (10% THD)
Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz / ±3dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 65 dB (CCIR)
Input sensitivity
• AUX 1: 800 mV
• MP3 LINK: 370 mV
Tuning range: FM 87.5-108 MHz (100 kHz),
AM/MW 531-1602 kHz (9 kHz)
AM/MW 530-1700 kHz (10 kHz)
26 dB quieting sensitivity: FM 22 dBf, AM 4μV/m
IF rejection ratio: FM 60 dB, AM 45 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: FM 60 dB, AM 40 dB
Harmonic distortion: FM 3%, AM 3%
Frequency response: FM 180 Hz~9 kHz / ±6dB
Stereo separation: FM 26 dB (1 kHz)
Stereo Threshold: FM 23.5 dB
English
Note
Radio
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Additional information
Specifications
Power supply: 110-127V / 220-240V, ~50-60 Hz
Power consumption: 150 W
Standby power consumption
• Normal: < 3 W
• Low standby: < 0.3 W
System: Bass Reflex System
Impedance: 4 ohm
Speaker drivers: 165 mm (6 1/2”) woofer
Frequency response: 30 Hz - 160 Hz
Dimensions (WxHxD): 295 x 440 x 295 (mm)
Weight: 9.5 kg
Main unit
Dimensions (WxHxD): 419 x 48 x 214 (mm)
Net Weight: 1.7 kg
Ambisound speakers:
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System: full range satellite
Speaker impedance: 8 ohm/channel,
8 ohm/centre channel
Speaker drivers: 2.5” full range/channel
Frequency response: 190 Hz - 20 kHz
Dimensions (WxHxD): 335.5 x 113 x 128.5 (mm)
Weight: 1.72 kg
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9 Troubleshooting
Warning!
• Risk of electric shock. Never remove the casing of
this unit.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the system yourself.
If you encounter problems when using this unit, check the following
points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved,
register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome.
Main unit
The buttons on this unit do
not work.
• Disconnect this unit from the power outlet for a few minutes,
then connect again.
• Ensure that the interconnect cable from the subwoofer is
connected to the DVD Home Theatre unit.
Picture
No picture.
• See TVs manual for correct video input channel selection.
Change the TV channel until you see the DVD screen.
• Press DISC.
• If this happens when you turn on the progressive scan setting or
change the TV type setting, you have to switch to its default
mode:
1. Press Z to open the disc compartment.
2. Press B (for progressive scan) or b (for TV type).
3. Press SUBTITLE.
No picture on HDMI
connection.
• Check if the HDMI cable is faulty. Replace a new HDMI cable.
• If this happens when you change the HDMI video resolution,
press HDMI repeatedly until the picture appears.
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• Ensure that the audio cables are connected and press the
correct input source (for example, AUX/DI /MP3 LINK, USB) to
select the device you want to play.
No sound on HDMI
connection.
• You may not hear any sound from the HDMI output if the
connected device is non-HDCP compliant or only DVIcompatible.
• Ensure that the [ HDMI Audio ] setting is turned on.
No sound from TV
programmes.
• Connect an audio cable from the AUDIO input on this unit to
the AUDIO output on your TV. Then press AUX/DI /MP3
LINK repeatedly to select the corresponding audio input source.
Troubleshooting
No sound.
Play
DivX video files cannot be
played.
• Ensure that the DivX file is encoded according to the ‘Home
Theatre Profile’ with the DivX encoder.
• Ensure that the DivX video file is complete.
The aspect ratio of the
screen is not aligned with
the TV display setting.
• The aspect ratio is fixed on the DVD.
DivX subtitle are not
displayed correctly.
• Ensure that the subtitle file name is the same as the movie file
name.
• Select the correct character set.
1. Press OPTIONS.
2. Press B, then select [ DivX Subtitle ] in the menu.
3. Select the character set that supports the subtitle.
The contents of the USB
flash drive cannot be read.
• The USB flash drive format is not compatible with this unit.
• Drive is formatted with different file system which is not
supported by this unit (e.g. NTFS).
• Maximum size of memory supported is 160GB.
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10 Glossary
Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height ratio
of TV screens. The ratio of a standard TV is
4:3, while the ratio of a high-definition or wide
TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you to enjoy
a picture with a wider perspective on a standard
4:3 screen.
DivX
The DivX code is a patent-pending, MPEG-4
based video compression technology,
developed by DivX Networks, Inc., that can
shrink digital video to sizes small enough to be
transported over the internet, while maintaining
high visual quality.
Dolby Digital
A surround sound system developed by Dolby
Laboratories containing up to six channels of
digital audio (front left and right, surround left
and right, centre and subwoofer).
HDMI
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) is
a high-speed digital interface that can transmit
uncompressed high definition video and digital
multichannel audio. It delivers high quality
picture and sound quality, completely free from
noise. HDMI is fully backward-compatible with
DVI.
As required by the HDMI standard, connecting
to HDMI or DVI products without HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
will result in no Video or Audio output.
HDCP
High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection is a
specification that provides a secure transmission
of digital contents between different devices (to
prevent unauthorised copyright).
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JPEG
A very common digital still picture format. A
still-picture data compression system proposed
by the Joint Photographic Expert Group, which
features small decrease in image quality in spite
of its high compression ratio. Files are
recognised by their file extension ‘JPG or JPEG’.
MP3
A file format with a sound data compression
system. ‘MP3’ is the abbreviation of Motion
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer3. By using the MP3 format, one CD-R or
CD-RW can contain about 10 times more data
than a regular CD. Files are recognised by their
file extension ‘.MP3’.
MPEG
Motion Picture Experts Group. A collection of
compression systems for digital audio and
video.
PBC
Playback Control. A system of navigating a
Video CD/Super VCD through on-screen
menus recorded onto the disc. You can enjoy
interactive playback and searching.
PCM
Pulse Code Modulation. A digital audio
encoding system.
Progressive Scan
The progressive scan displays twice the number
of frames per seconds than ordinary TV system.
It offers higher picture resolution and quality.
WMA
Windows Media™ Audio. Refers to an audio
compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation. WMA data can be
encoded by using Windows Media Player
version 9 or Windows Media Player for
Windows XP. Files are recognised by their file
extension ‘WMA’.
Language code
Abkhazian
6566
Afar
6565
Afrikaans
6570
Amharic
6577
Arabic
6582
Armenian
7289
Assamese
6583
Avestan
6569
Aymara
6589
Azerhaijani
6590
Bahasa Melayu
7783
Bashkir
6665
Belarusian
6669
Bengali
6678
Bihari
6672
Bislama
6673
Bokmål, Norwegian
7866
Bosanski
6683
Brezhoneg
6682
Bulgarian
6671
Burmese
7789
Castellano, Español
6983
Catalán
6765
Chamorro
6772
Chechen
6769
Chewa; Chichewa; Nyanja 7889
9072
—˛˜
Chuang; Zhuang
9065
Church Slavic; Slavonic 6785
Chuvash
6786
Corsican
6779
Česky
6783
Dansk
6865
Deutsch
6869
Dzongkha
6890
English
6978
Esperanto
6979
Estonian
6984
Euskara
6985
6976
Faroese
7079
Français
7082
Frysk
7089
Fijian
7074
Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic 7168
Gallegan
7176
Georgian
7565
Gikuyu; Kikuyu
7573
Guarani
7178
Gujarati
7185
Hausa
7265
Herero
7290
Hindi
7273
Hiri Motu
7279
Hrwatski
6779
Ido
7379
Interlingua (International)7365
Interlingue
7365
Inuktitut
7385
Inupiaq
Irish
Íslenska
Italiano
Ivrit
Japanese
Javanese
Kalaallisut
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kazakh
Kernewek
Khmer
Kinyarwanda
Kirghiz
Komi
Korean
Kuanyama; Kwanyama
Kurdish
Lao
Latina
Latvian
Letzeburgesch;
Limburgan; Limburger
Lingala
Lithuanian
Luxembourgish;
Macedonian
Malagasy
Magyar
Malayalam
Maltese
Manx
Maori
Marathi
Marshallese
Moldavian
Mongolian
Nauru
Navaho; Navajo
Ndebele, North
Ndebele, South
Ndonga
Nederlands
Nepali
Norsk
Northern Sami
North Ndebele
Norwegian Nynorsk;
Occitan; Provencal
Old Bulgarian; Old Slavonic
Oriya
Oromo
Ossetian; Ossetic
Pali
Panjabi
Persian
Polski
Português
7375
7165
7383
7384
7269
7465
7486
7576
7578
7583
7575
7587
7577
8287
7589
7586
7579
7574
7585
7679
7665
7686
7666
7673
7678
7684
7666
7775
7771
7285
7776
7784
7186
7773
7782
7772
7779
7778
7865
7886
7868
7882
7871
7876
7869
7879
8369
7868
7878
7967
6785
7982
7977
7983
8073
8065
7065
8076
8084
Pushto
Russian
Quechua
Raeto-Romance
Romanian
Rundi
Samoan
Sango
Sanskrit
Sardinian
Serbian
Shona
Shqip
Sindhi
Sinhalese
Slovensky
Slovenian
Somali
Sotho; Southern
South Ndebele
Sundanese
Suomi
Swahili
Swati
Svenska
Tagalog
Tahitian
Tajik
Tamil
Tatar
Telugu
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrinya
Tonga (Tonga Islands)
Tsonga
Tswana
Türkçe
Turkmen
Twi
Uighur
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Walloon
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu
8083
8285
8185
8277
8279
8278
8377
8371
8365
8367
8382
8378
8381
8368
8373
8373
8376
8379
8384
7882
8385
7073
8387
8383
8386
8476
8489
8471
8465
8484
8469
8472
6679
8473
8479
8483
8478
8482
8475
8487
8571
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8765
6789
8779
8872
8973
8979
9085
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144
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99-5410113
98-7311335
99-35212377
98-4711364
99-36611277
99-36612942
98-34731351
99-35244969
99-36423142
99-36631815
98-36537553
98-2241581
98-32323236
98-32315276
MATO GROSSO
ALTA FLORESTA
ALTO ARAGUAIA
BARRA DO GARGAS
CUIABA
LUCAS DO RIO VERDE
PONTES E LACERDA
PRIMAVERA DO LESTE
RONDONOPOLIS
SINOP
TANGARA DA SERRA
VARZEA GRANDE
66-35212460
66-4811726
66-4011394
65-36230421
65-5491333
65-2662326
66-4981682
66-4233888
66-5314592
65-3261431
65-6826502
MATO GROSSO DO SUL
AMAMBAI
CAMPO GRANDE
CAMPO GRANDE
CAMPO GRANDE
DOURADOS
IVINHEMA
NAVIRAI
NOVA ANDRADINA
PONTA PORA
RIO BRILHANTE
TRES LAGOAS
67-4811543
67-33242804
67-3831540
67-3213898
67-4217117
67-4421244
67-4612486
67-4413851
67-4314313
67-4527950
67-5212007
M INAS GERAIS
ALFENAS
ALMENARA
ANDRADAS
ARAXA
ARAXA
ARCOS
BAMBUI
BARBACENA
35-32927104
33-7211234
35-37312970
34-36611132
34-36691869
37-33513455
37-34311473
32-33310283
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BELO HORIZONTE
BETIM
BOM DESPACHO
BOM DESPACHO
CARANGOLA
CASSIA
CONGONHAS
CONS LAFAIETE
CONTAGEM
CONTAGEM
CORONEL FABRICIANO
CURVELO
DIVINOPOLIS
FORMIGA
FRUTAL
GOV. VALADARES
GUAXUPE
GUAXUPE
IPATINGA
ITABIRA
ITAJUBA
ITAPECERICA
ITAPECERICA
ITAUNA
ITUIUTABA
JOAO MONLEVADE
JOAO MONLEVADE
JOAO PINHEIRO
JUIZ DE FORA
JUIZ DE FORA
LAGOA DA PRATA
LAVRAS
MANHUACU
MONTE CARMELO
MONTE SANTO DE MINAS
MONTES CLAROS
MURIAE
MUZAMBINHO
NANUQUE
NOVA LIMA
OLIVEIRA
PARA DE MINAS
PARA DE MINAS
PARACATU
PASSOS
PATOS DE MINAS
PATROCINIO
PITANGUI
PIUMHI
POCOS DE CALDAS
POCOS DE CALDAS
PONTE NOVA
POUSO ALEGRE
S SEBASTIAO PARAISO
S SEBASTIAO PARAISO
SANTOS DUMONT
SAO JOAO DEL REI
STO ANTONIO MONTE
TEOFILO OTONI
TIMOTEO
UBA
UBERABA
UBERLANDIA
UBERLANDIA
VARGINHA
VARZEA DA PALMA
VAZANTE
VICOSA
31-32257262
31-32254066
31-34420944
31-34181919
31-32957700
31-34491000
31-21027373
31-35322088
37-35212906
37-35222511
32-37412017
35-35412293
31-37311638
31-37637784
31-33912994
31-33953461
31-38411804
38-37213009
37-32212353
37-33214177
34-34235279
33-32716650
35-35513891
35-35514124
31-38222332
31-38316218
35-36211315
37-33411326
37-33411326
37-32412468
34-32682131
31-38512909
31-38521112
38-35611327
32-30842584
32-32151514
37-32613493
35-38219188
33-33314735
34-38422082
35-35911888
38-32218925
32-37224334
35-5712419
33-36212165
31-35412026
37-33314444
37-32316369
37-32321975
38-36711250
35-35214342
34-38222588
34-38311531
37-32716232
37-33714632
35-37121866
35-37224448
31-38172486
35-34212120
35-35313094
35-35312054
32-32516369
32-33718306
37-32811258
33-35225831
31-38482728
32-35323626
34-33332520
34-32123636
34-32360764
35-32227889
38-37311548
34-38131420
31-38918000
PARÁ
ABAETETUBA
BELEM
BELEM
CAPANEMA
CASTANHAL
ITAITUBA
MARABA
OBIDOS
PARAGOMINAS
91-37512272
91-32690400
91 - 324 21 0 90
91-34621100
91-37215052
93 - 51 8 15 4 5
94-3211891
93-5472116
91-30110778
PORTO TROMBETAS
SANTAREM
93-35491606
93-35235322
PARAÍBA
CAMPINA GRANDE
ESPERANCA
GUARABIRA
JOAO PESSOA
JOAO PESSOA
JOAO PESSOA
NOVA FLORESTA
SAPE
SOLANEA
83-3212128
83-3612273
83-2711159
83-32469689
83-32446044
83-32210460
83-3741014
83-2832479
83-3631241
PARANÁ
AMPERE
ANTONINA
APUCARANA
ARAPONGAS
ASSIS CHATEAUBRIAND
BANDEIRANTES
CAMPO MOURAO
CASCAVEL
CIANORTE
CURITIBA
CURITIBA
CURITIBA
FOZ DO IGUACU
FOZ DO IGUACU
FRANCISCO BELTRAO
GUARAPUAVA
IBAITI
IBIPORA
IRATI
LAPA
LOANDA
LONDRINA
MANDAGUARI
MARINGA
MEDIANEIRA
PALMEIRA
PARANAGUA
PATO BRANCO
PONTA GROSSA
RIO NEGRO
ROLANDIA
S J DOS PINHAIS
S MIGUEL DO IGUACU
SANTA FE
SAO JORGE D' OESTE
STO ANTONIO PLATINA
TELEMACO BORBA
TOLEDO
UMUARAMA
46-5471605
41-34321782
43-34225306
43-2753723
44-5285181
43-5421711
44-35238970
45-32254005
44-6292842
41-33334764
41-32648791
41-32534391
45-35233029
45-35234115
46-35233230
42-36235325
43-5461162
43-2581863
42-34221337
41-36222410
44-4252053
43-33241002
44-2331335
44-32264620
45-32642580
42-2523006
41-34225804
46-32242786
42-32226590
47-36450251
43-2561947
41-32822522
45-5651429
44-2471147
46-5341305
43-35341809
42-32726044
45-32522471
44-36231233
PERNAMBUCO
BELO JARDIM
CABO STO AGOSTINHO
CAMARAGIBE
CARUARU
FLORESTA
GARANHUNS
GARANHUNS
PAULISTA
RECIFE
RECIFE
RECIFE
RECIFE
SALGUEIRO
SERRA TALHADA
81-37261918
81-35211823
81-34581246
81-37220235
81-8771274
87-37611090
87-37610085
81-34331142
81-32313399
81-21262111
81-34656042
81-34629090
87-38716309
87-38311401
PIAUÍ
CAMPO MAIOR
FLORIANO
OEIRAS
PARNAIBA
PICOS
PICOS
TERESINA
TERESINA
TERESINA
86-32521376
89-5221154
89-4621066
86-3222877
89-4221444
89-34155135
86-32213535
86-32230825
86 - 32 2 1 46 1 8
RIO DE JANEIRO
B JESUS ITABAPOANA
BELFORD ROXO
22-38312216
21-27616060
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