Philips Consumer Lifestyle BOU-HSB3280SW SoundbarSpeaker Subwoofer User Manual

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Philips Consumer Lifestyle BOU-HSB3280SW SoundbarSpeaker Subwoofer User Manual | Manualzz

Option 3: Connect devices through this soundbar to the TV (advanced)

If you want to connect all the devices for use to this soundbar and the TV has an available digital output socket, follow these instructions.

1

Connect the AV devices directly to the soundbar:

A

DVD player:

Connect the AV output sockets on the DVD player to the AV FRONT

(VIDEO L-AUDIO-R) sockets.

C

Game console 2:

Connect the AV output sockets on the other game console to the AV2

IN (VIDEO L - AUDIO - R) sockets.

AUDIO OUT

AUDIO R

B

Game console 1:

Connect the AV output sockets on a game console to the AV1 IN (VIDEO

L - AUDIO - R) sockets.

AUDIO OUT

AUDIO

2

Connect the video input socket on the

TV to the VIDEO OUT socket with the supplied yellow composite cable.

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Connect FM antenna

3

Connect the digital output socket on the

TV to the AUDIO IN - COAXIAL socket with the supplied orange coaxial cable.

Tip

For optimal reception, fully extend and adjust the position of the antenna.

For better FM stereo reception, connect an outdoor

FM antenna to the FM ANTENNA socket.

The soundbar does not support AM radio reception.

1

Connect the supplied FM antenna to the

FM ANTENNA socket.

Connect power

Caution

Risk of product damage! Ensure that the power supply voltage corresponds to the voltage printed on the back or the underside of the soundbar.

Risk of electric shock! When you unplug the AC adaptor, always pull the plug from the socket. Never pull the cord.

Before connecting the AC adaptor, ensure you have completed all other connections.

1

Prepare the AC adaptor.

2

Connect one end to the DC IN socket on the main unit.

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3

Connect the other end to the wall outlet.

4

Connect the power plug of the digital wireless subwoofer to the wall outlet.

Install remote control batteries

Caution

Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from heat, sunshine or fi re. Never discard batteries in fi re.

Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.

For fi rst-time use:

1

Remove the protective tab to activate the remote control battery.

To replace the remote control battery:

1

Open the battery compartment.

2

Insert one lithium CR2025 battery with correct polarity (+/-) as indicated.

3

Close the battery compartment.

Note

Before pressing any function button on the remote control, fi rst select the correct source with the remote control instead of the main unit.

If you are not going to use the remote control for a long time, remove the battery.

Set clock

1

In the standby mode, press and hold SET

TIME/PROG to enter the clock setting mode.

»

The hour digits are displayed and begin to blink.

»

If the hour digits are not displayed, press and hold for more than 2 seconds to switch to standby mode, then repeat step 1.

2

Press to set the hour.

»

The minute digits are displayed and begin to blink.

3

Press to set the minute.

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4

Press to confi rm the clock setting.

Turn on

1

Press

»

The soundbar switches to the last selected source.

2

Wait for automatic setup of wireless connection between the main unit and subwoofer.

»

[PAIRING] (pairing) fl ashes.

»

If the connection succeeds, [PAIR OK]

(pair OK) and are displayed and the blue indicator on the subwoofer lights up.

»

If the connection fails, [PAIR FAIL]

(pair fail) is displayed and the green indicator on the subwoofer lights up.

»

If the wireless connection fails, set up the connection manually.

Switch to standby mode

To switch the soundbar to standby mode:

1

Press

»

The clock (if set) is displayed.

To switch the soundbar to Eco Power Standby mode:

1

Press and hold to switch the soundbar to Eco Power Standby mode.

»

The backlight on the display panel turns off.

»

The blue Eco Power indicator lights up.

Set up wireless connection manually

1

In standby mode, press and hold SOURCE on the main unit for 3 seconds.

»

The blue and green indicators on the subwoofer fl ash alternately.

»

[PAIRING] (pairing) fl ashes.

2

Press and hold PAIR on the subwoofer for

3 seconds.

»

[PAIR OK] (pair OK) and are displayed and the blue indicators on the subwoofer lights up.

3

Turn on the main unit again.

Note

• If the wireless connection fails again, check whether there is any confl ict or strong interference (for example, interference from other electronic devices) around your location. After removal of the confl ict or strong interference, repeat the above procedures.

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4 Play

Play an AV source through this soundbar

Note

• Ensure that you have made the necessary AV connections (see ‘Connect AV devices’ on page 14).

1

Press , AV 2 , AV FRONT or COAX to select an AV source.

Play from USB

Note

• Ensure that the USB device contains playable music

(see ‘USB playability information’ on page 26).

1

Flip open the cover on the front panel.

2

Insert the USB plug of a USB device into the socket.

3

Press to select the USB source.

»

The total number of tracks is displayed.

4

Press / to select a folder.

5

Press / to select a fi le.

6

Press OK / to start play.

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play

Skip to a track

1

Press / to select an album

(folder).

2

Press / to select a track (fi le).

Pause/resume play

1

During play, press OK / to pause/ resume play.

Search within a track

1

During play, press and hold / .

2

Release to resume normal play.

Repeat play

1

During play, press REPEAT repeatedly to select:

»

[REPEAT] (repeat): play the current track repeatedly.

»

[REPEAT ALL] (repeat all): play all tracks repeatedly.

»

[REPEAT] (repeat) and [ALB] (album): play the current album repeatedly.

2

To return to normal play, press REPEAT until the selected function is no longer displayed.

Random play

1

Press .

»

All tracks are played randomly.

2

To return to normal play, press SHUF again.

Tip

• The repeat and shuffl e functions cannot be activated at the same time.

Program tracks

You can program a maximum of 20 tracks.

1

Press to activate the programming mode.

»

A track number fl ashes.

2

Press / to select the album where the track is located.

3

Press / to select a track number to program, then press SET TIME/PROG to confi rm.

»

[P-X] is displayed, where “X” is the next position in the program.

4

Repeat steps 2 to 3 to select and store all tracks to program.

5

Press to complete.

»

[PROG] (program) is displayed.

6

Press OK / to play the programmed tracks.

• To erase the program, press SET

TIME/PROG .

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level and sound effect

Adjust volume level

1

During play, press VOL + / to increase/ decrease the volume level.

Adjust subwoofer volume

1

In AV1, AV2, AV FRONT or COAXIAL mode, press MUSIC MODE/SUBW VOL to adjust the subwoofer volume.

Select a sound effect

Note

• You cannot use different sound effects at the same time.

[CONCERT] (concert)

[NORMAL] (normal)

Select a music mode (for USB only)

1

During USB play, press MUSIC MODE/

SUBW VOL repeatedly to select:

[POP] (pop)

[JAZZ] (jazz)

[ROCK] (rock)

[CLASSIC] (classic)

[NORMAL] (normal)

Mute sound

1

During play, press MUTE to mute/unmute sound.

Select a game sound effect

1

During play, press GAME SOUND repeatedly to select:

[SHOOTING] (sporting)

[SPORT] (sport)

[RACING] (racing)

[ARCADE] (arcade)

[NORMAL] (normal)

Select a movie sound effect

1

During play, press MOVIE SOUND repeatedly to select:

[DRAMA] (drama)

[SCIENCE FICTION] (science fi ction)

[ACTION] (action)

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7 Tune to FM radio stations

1

Ensure that you have connected and fully extended the supplied FM antenna.

2

Press .

3

Press and hold / .

4

When (search) is displayed, release the button.

»

The FM tuner tunes to a station with strong reception automatically.

5

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to fi nd more stations.

To tune to a weak station:

1

Press repeatedly until you fi nd optimal reception.

Program radio stations automatically

Note

• You can program a maximum of 20 preset radio stations.

1

Press / to select a preset number to start programing.

2

Press and hold SET TIME/PROG for 2 seconds to activate automatic programming.

»

[AUTO] (auto) is displayed.

»

All available stations are programmed in the order of waveband reception strength.

»

The last programed radio station is played automatically.

Program radio stations manually

Note

• You can program a maximum of 20 preset radio stations.

1

Tune to a radio station.

2

Press to activate programming.

3

Press / to allocate a number from 1 to 20 to this radio station, then press SET TIME/PROG to confi rm.

»

The preset number and the frequency of the preset station are displayed.

4

Repeat the above steps to program other stations.

Note

• To overwrite a programmed station, store another station in its place.

Tune to a preset radio station

1

Press / to select a preset number that you want.

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8 Use more of your soundbar

Program remote control

You can store a total of 12 most frequently used functions of other AV devices in the smart remote control. This feature allows you to use only one remote control to operate all of your

AV devices.

By default, the remote control codes of a Philips

TV are stored in the smart remote control. The available preset buttons are POWER , AV , CH

, VOL , MUTE and SLEEP .

1

Place the smart remote control (A) within

1mm-10mm distance from the other remote control (B).

2

Press for 2 seconds to activate the learning mode.

»

A blue indicator on the smart remote control (A) lights up.

3

Press the button on the other remote control (B) that is to be stored on the smart remote control (A).

»

If the code is received successfully, the blue indicator fl ashes.

4

Press one of the white learning buttons on the smart remote control (A) to store the code of this button.

»

If the code is stored successfully, the indicator fl ashes green for 2 seconds, then turns blue again.

5

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to program more buttons on the smart remote control (A).

6

Press to exit the learning mode.

Note

• During the learning process, the normal remote control functions are disabled.

Rename an AV source

1

Press , AV 2 , AV FRONT or COAX to select an AV source you want to rename.

»

The default name of the selected sound source is displayed.

2

Press to activate the renaming mode.

»

The default name of the selected sound source fl ashes for 4 seconds.

3

Within 2 seconds, press PRESET/ALB /

to select a name that matches the AV

• device connected with the current socket from:

• [TV]

[DVD]

[GAME] (game)

[SET TOP BOX] (set top box)

[CABLE] (cable)

[SATELLITE] (satellite)

Enable/disable automatic on/ standby

This feature only applies to AV devices or

TV with audio connection to the soundbar.

The soundbar can detect the state of AV

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devices that are connected through the audio connectors.

When automatic on/standby is enabled:

• If an AV device turns on, the soundbar turns on automatically.

• If an AV device switches to standby, the soundbar switches to standby after 5 minutes.

To enable

When the soundbar is turned on, press and hold SOURCE on the front

To disable panel for more than 2 seconds.

1

When the soundbar is turned on, press and hold SOURCE on the front panel for more than 2 seconds again.

Set the sleep timer

1

When the soundbar is turned on, press

SLEEP repeatedly to select a set period of time (in minutes).

»

The soundbar turns off automaticaly after the set period of time.

Set the alarm timer

1

Ensure that you have set the clock correctly.

2

In standby mode, press and hold TIMER .

»

The hour digits are displayed and begin to blink.

3

Press to set the hour.

»

The minute digits are displayed and begin to blink.

4

Press to set the minute.

5

Press to confi rm.

6

To activate the wake-up timer, press + VOL

to select [ON] (on).

»

A clock icon appears on the display.

»

The soundbar turns on automatically at the set time and switches to the last selected source.

To deactivate the alarm timer, select [OFF]

(off) at step 6.

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9 Product information

Note

• Product information is subject to change without prior notice.

Product information

Specifi cations

Amplifi er

Rated Output Power 180W + 120W

(wireless subwoofer)

RMS

5 16 000 Hz, 6 + dB

Signal to Noise Ratio >65dB

AV1, 2 Input 1.0V RMS 20kohm

Front AV Input 1.0V RMS 20kohm

Coaxial Input

Total Harmonic

Distortion

0.5V RMS 75ohm

<1% (1 kHz)

Tuner (FM)

Tuning Range 87.5 - 108MHz

Tuning grid

Sensitivity

- Mono, 26dB S/N Ratio

- Stereo, 46dB S/N Ratio

50KHz

<22 dBf

>43 dBf

Search Selectivity >28dBf

Total Harmonic Distortion < %

Signal to Noise Ratio

L/R speakers

Speaker

Impedance

3ohm (woofer) + 3ohm( tweeter)

Speaker Driver 1.5” woofer+1.5” tweeter

Sensitivity >82dB/m/W

Subwoofer

Speaker Impedance

Speaker Driver

Sensitivity

6.5” subwoofer

>78dB/m/W

General information

AC power

Operation Power

Consumption

Standby Power

Consumption

Eco Standby Power

Consumption

USB Direct

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Main unit and speakers

Subwoofer

Weight

With Packing

Main unit and speakers

Subwoofer

120V, 60Hz

3 5 W

< 10W

Full Speed Ver1.1

800 x 90 x

89.7mm

328 x 302 x

180mm

9 kg

5 kg

USB playability information

Compatible USB devices:

• USB fl ash memory (USB 2.0 or

USB1.1)

USB fl ash players (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)

memory cards (requires an additional card reader to work with this soundbar)

Supported formats:

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USB or memory fi le format FAT12,

FAT16, FAT32 (sector size: 512 bytes)

MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate

WMA v9 or earlier

Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels

Number of albums/ folders: maximum

99

Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999

File name in Unicode UTF8

(maximum length: 128 bytes)

Unsupported formats:

Empty albums: an empty album is an album that does not contain MP3/

WMA fi les, and is not be shown in the display.

Unsupported fi le formats are skipped.

For example, Word documents (.doc) or MP3 fi les with extension .dlf are ignored and not played.

AAC, WAV, PCM audio fi les

DRM protected WMA fi les (.wav,

.m4a, .m4p, .mp4, .aac)

WMA fi les in Lossless format

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