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DVD
Home
Theater
System
HTS6500
User Manual
6
Manuel D'utilisation
58
Manual de Instrucciones
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"bok of lightning"indicates
uninsulated materialwithin your
unit may cause an electrical shock. For
the safety of ever)one inyour household,
please do not remove product covering.
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The "exclamation point" calls
_
attention to features for which
you shoumdread the enclosed literature
doseiy to prevent operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING:
To reduce
the risk of fire
or electric shock, this apparatus
should
not be exposed
to rain or moisture,
and
objects filledwith liquids,such as vases,
should not be placed on this apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock,
match wide blade of plug to wide slot,
fully insert,
ATTENTION: Pour _viter les choc
_lectriques,introduirela braelapluslarge
de lafichedanslabornecorrespondante
de lapriseet pousserjusqu'aufond.
For Customer Use
Enter below the SerialNo.which is
locatedon the rear of the cabinet,
Retainthis informationfor future
reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
iMPORTANT
1. Read these
2. Keep these
3.
4.
Heed
SAFETY
instructions.
iNSTRUCTiONS
Use only with
12.
the
instructions.
the apparatus.When
all warnings.
the cart/apparatus
5. Do not use this
water.
apparatus
6.
Clean
dry cloth.
7.
Do not block
near
any ventilation
14. Refer
all servicing
to qualified service
apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply
cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
produce heat,
grounding-type
during lightning
personnel, Servicing is required when the
other apparatus (including amplifiers) that
safety purpose
polarized or
combination
storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
Do not install near any heat sources
Do not defeat
this apparatus
13. Unplug
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
9,
a cart is
to avoid injury from tip-over;
openings. Instaff in accordance
with
the manufacturer's
instructions.
8.
stand,
used, use caution when moving
Follow all instructions.
only with
cart,
tripod, bracket, or table specified
by the manufacturer or sold with
has been exposed to rain or moisCure, does
the
not operate normally, or has been dropped,
15.Battery
of the __d
plug.
usage
CAUTION
To
prevent batLer 7 leakage which may result in
Plug
bodily injury, propert 7 damage, or damage
to the unit:
A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the othen A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong.
The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safiet_ Ifithe provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement
outlet.
10.Protect
the power
®
Install all balleries correctly, + and - as
marked on the unit.
®
Do not mix batteries (old and new or
carbon
of the obsolete
cord from being
walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point
®
and alkaline,
etc.).
Remove batLeries when the unit is not used
for a long time.
16.Apparatus
dripping
shall
not
be exposed
to
or splashing.
where they exit from the apparatus.
17. Do
11.Only
use attachmentslaccessories
specified by the manufacturer;
not place
on the
any sources
apparatus
of danger
(e.g. liquid filled
objects, lighted candles).
18,This product may contain lead and mercur 7.
Disposal of these materials may be regulated
due to environmental considerations.
For disposal or recycling
information,
please contact your local authorities
or the Electronic Industries
Alliance
www.eiae.org.
EL 6475-E005:04101
:
LASER
CAUTION
Type
Use of controls or adjustments or
Wave len_h
Output Power
Beam divergence
Semiconductor laser
GaAIAs
650 - 660 nm (DVD)
784 - 796 nm (CD)
7 mW (DVD)
I 0 mW (VCD/CD)
60 degrees
performance of procedures other than
herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure or other unsafe operation.
ATTENTION
L'utilisation des commandes ou r6glages
ou le non-respect des proc6dures ciincluses
peuvent se traduire par une
r
exposition dangereuse _ rirradiation.
Canada
English:
This digital apparatus does not exceed
the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as set
out in the Radio Interference
Regulations
Department
ATENCION
El uso de mando o ajustes o la ejecucci6n
de m6todos que no sean los aqui descritos
puede ocasionar peligro de exposici6n a
radiaci6n.
of the Canadian
of Communications.
Due to the
by various
Francois:
Cet apparel[ num6rique
n'emet pas de
bruits radio61ectriques d6passant les
limites applicables aux appareils
num6riques
de Class B prescrites
inconsistency
of disc formats
disc manufacturers,
player/recorder
may require
enhancement
advances,these
or upgrade, As
enhancemenl;
common
and will
your
provided
DVD
system/
a playability
DVD technology
will become
be easy to complete.
Go to www.philips.com/support
for
software
upgrade.
NOTALL
HIGH
dons
le Reglement sur le Brouillage
Radio6lectrique 6dicE6 par le Minist6re
des Communications
du Canada.
'CONSUMERS
DEFINITION
SHOULD
NOTETHAT
TELEVISION
SETSARE
COMPATIBLEWlTH
ARTIFACTSTO
THIS PRODUCT
FULLY
AND
BE DISPLAYED INTHE
CASE OF 525 OR 625 PROGRESSIVE
MAY CAUSE
PICTURE.
SCAN
PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDEDTHATTHE
SWITCH
f
This warning
label is located
on the rearside
THE CONNECTION
DEFINITION'
REGARDING
IN
PICTURE
USER
TO THE 'STANDARD
OUTPUT
IFTHEREARE
QUESTIONS
OURTV
SET COMPATIBILITYWlTN
THIS
MODEL 525p AND 625p DVD PLAYER, PLEASE
CONTACT
OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.'
and inside this laser product.
Declaration
Model number:
or
open.
[DANGERradiation when
AVOID Invisible
DIRECTlaser
EXPOSURETO
BEAM.
of Conformity
HTS6500
Trade Name:
Philips
Responsible Party:
Philips Consumer Electronics
A Division of Philips Electronics
North America Corp.
R O. Box 671539
Marietta, GA 30006-0026
1-800-PHILIPS
(744-5477)
Index
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DIGITAL
English
Manufactured
under
license
from
Dolby Laboratories,
"Dolby",
"Pro
Logic" and the double-D
symbol are
trademarks
of Dolby
Laboratories.
D _C_T AL
$8
FranCois,
PaR
SURROUND
Manufactured
under
Digital
Theater
Nois. 5,451,942;
license
from
Systems, Inc. U.S. Pat.
5,956,674;
5,974,380;
5,978,762;
6,226,616;
6,487,535
and
other U,S, and world-wide
patents
issued and pending.
Digital
Surround"
"DTS"
and "DTS
are registered
trademarks
of Digital Theater
Systems, inc. Copyright
1996, 2003
Digital
ll0
Espafiol
Inc. All Rights
Reserved.
Environmental
information
All unnecessary
packaging has been omitted.
We have tried to make the packaging easy to
separate into three materials: cardboard
(box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and
polyethylene
DivX
Ultra
Certified
products:
DivX
Ultra
Certified,
and associated
Iogos are trademarks
of DivX,
are used under license.
"DivX,
Inc. and
(bags, protective
foam sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can
be recycled and reused if disassembled
by a
specialized company. Please observe the local
regulations regarding the disposal of
packaging materials, exhausted
batteries
and
old equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to
NOTE:
Microsoft,
Windows
Media,
Windows
registered
logo are trademarks,
or
trademarks
of Microsoft
Corporation
in the
or other countries,
United
and the
States
comply with
15 of the
provide
reasonable
in a residential
and/
H m|
Interface)
is a digital
The integrated
allows system
control
set and connected
set top
is no guarantee
Multimedia
interface
that
box,
control
between
devices
bus
the TV
like a digital
or television
equipment
enel_y
to
interference
generates,
uses
and, if not installed
the instructions,
may cause
communications.
that interference
the
does cause harmful
reception,which
the equipment
correct
are designed
However,
will not occur
in a
installation.
If this equipment
Definition
with
to radio
limits
against harmful
radio frequency
interference
particular
affows pure HD digital video
transmission
without
the loss of image
quality.
protection
and used in accordance
there
(High
FCC Rules.These
installation.This
and can radiate
harmful
HDMI
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part
off and on, the
interference
interference
to radio
can be determined
by turning
user is encouraged
to try to
by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient
or relocate
- Increase
receiver.
the separation between
the receiving
antenna.
the equipment
and
- Connect the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult
for help.
the dealer
or an experienced
radio/TV
different
technician
a
B
H
Table
of contents
General
Information
........................................................................................................
8
Setup precautions .................................................................................................................................................
Accessories
supplied ...........................................................................................................................................
Cleaning discs ........................................................................................................................................................
About recycling .....................................................................................................................................................
Hain Unit ...........................................................................................................................
Remote
Control
.........................................................................................................
Using the remote
Basic
Connections
9
10-12
control ................................................................................................................................
.....................................................................................................
12
13-i8
Step I : Placing the speakers ...........................................................................................................................
Step 2 : Connecting
the SonoWave speal<ers and subwoofer
..............................................................
Step 3 : Connecting
to TV ...............................................................................................................................
Option
Option
8
8
8
8
13
14
iS
l: Using the Video (CVBS) jack (good picture quality) ..................................................... IS
2: Using the S-Video jack (excellent
picture quality) ......................................................... 15
Option
3: Connecting
to a Progressive
Option
4: Connecting
to a HDMI-compadble
Scan TV or component
video
input ............................ 16
TV ............................................................................
16
Option
5: Using an accessory RF modulator.
.....................................................................................
Step 4 : Connecting
the FM/AM antennas ..................................................................................................
Step S : Connecting
the power cord ............................................................................................................
17
17
18
Optional
Connections
...............................................................................................
19-20
Connecting
audio from TV .............................................................................................................................
19
Connecting
audio from an audio/video
device ...........................................................................................
19
Mounting
G erring
Step
the speakers
Started
I: Turning
on the wall
.............................................................................................................
:20
........................................................................................................
21-25
on the DVD system .............................................................................................................
21
Turning offco Eco Power standby mode ..............................................................................................
Step 2: Finding the correct viewing channel ...............................................................................................
Step 3: Setting language preferences ...........................................................................................................
On-screen
display (OSD) language .......................................................................................................
21
21
22
22
Audio, Subtitle and Menu language for DVD playback .............................................................. 22-23
Step 4: Setting the TV Display .......................................................................................................................
23
Step S: Setting
Step 6: Setting
Disc
up Progressive
the SonoWave
Scan feature ................................................................................................
speal<ers ....................................................................................................
24
25
Operations
........................................................................................................
26=33
Playable discs ......................................................................................................................................................
26
Playing a disc .......................................................................................................................................................
Basic playback controls .....................................................................................................................................
Selecting various repeat/shuffle
functions ..................................................................................................
Programming
disc tracks .................................................................................................................................
26
27
27
28
Table
of contents
Other playback features for video discs (DVD/VCD/SVCD)
.............................................................
28
Using the Disc Menu .................................................................................................................................
28
Viewing playback information ..................................................................................................................
29
Resuming playback from the last stopped point ................................................................................
29
Zooming in....................................................................................................................................................
29
Changing subtitle language (DVD only) ................................................................................................
29
Changing sound track language..............................................................................................................
30
Selecting camera angles............................................................................................................................
30
Playback Control (VCD only) .................................................................................................................
30
Preview function (VCD/SVCD only) ....................................................................................................
30
Playing an MP3/JPEG/Window Media Audio disc ............................................................................
31
Playing aJPEG image file (slide show) ..........................................................................................................
32
Preview function ..........................................................................................................................................
32
Zoom picture ..............................................................................................................................................
32
Rotating/flipping the picture ....................................................................................................................
32
Playing MP3 music and JPEG pictures simultaneously .............................................................................
33
Playing a DivX disc .............................................................................................................................................
33
USB
Operations
..............................................................................................................
34
Playing from USB flash drive or USB memory card reader .................................................................. 34
MP3 Direct
Operations
..................................................................................................
35
Playing from
a portable
audio or HDD
player. .........................................................................................
35
DVD
Setup
Menu Options
......................................................................................
36-42
Accessing the DVD setup menu ....................................................................................................................
36
General Setup Page ............................................................................................................................................
37
Audio Setup Page ...............................................................................................................................................
38
Video Setup Page .........................................................................................................................................
39-40
Preference Setup Page ...............................................................................................................................
41-42
Tuner
Operations
.....................................................................................................
43-44
Tuning to radio stations ...................................................................................................................................
43
Presetting radio stations .................................................................................................................................
43
Using auto install ..................................................................................................................................
43-44
Using automatic preset .............................................................................................................................
44
Using manual preset ..................................................................................................................................
Selecting a preset radio station .....................................................................................................................
Deleting a preset radio station ......................................................................................................................
Sound
and
Volume
Controls
.........................................................................................
45
Selecting surround
sound ................................................................................................................................
Selecting digital sound effects ........................................................................................................................
Volume control ..................................................................................................................................................
Other
Features
...............................................................................................................
Software
upgrades ............................................................................................................................................
Specifications
Troubleshooting
Frequently
Glossary
Limited
..................................................................................................................
........................................................................................................
Asked
Questions
(USB)
............................................................................
.....................................................................................................................
Warranty
...........................................................................................................
44
44
44
45
45
45
46
46
47
48-50
5 [
52=53
54
General
Information
CAUTION!
The
machine
does not
contain
any
user-serviceable
parts.
all maintenance
personnel.
work to qualified
Accessories
supplied
Please leave
-
I subwoofer
-
2 SonoWave
-
2 sets of wall mounting
speakers
brackets and
SCreWS
Setup precautions
Finding a suitable location
- Place the set on a fiat, hard and stable
surface. Do not place the set on a carpet.
-
Do not position
other
equipment
(e.g., receiver
-
-
I remote
-
I composite
-
I FM wire antenna
-
I AM Mop antenna
-
I PIP3 direct white cable (for
connecting portable audio player)
-
Quick
the set on top of
that might heat it up
control with batteries
video cable (yellow)
Start Guide
or amplifier.)
Do not put anything
under the set
(e.g., CDs, magazines.)
-
discs
Cleaning
Install this unit near the AC outlet
where the AC power plug can be easily
reached.
To clean a disc, use a micro fiber cleaning
Space
to the edge in a straight
cloth and wipe the disc from the center
-
for ventilation
Place the apparatus
adequate
ventilation
heat build up.
clearance
from
in a location
to prevent
Allow at least
the rear
with
internal
l0 cm (4.5")
and the top
of
the set and 5cm (2.3") from the left and
right to prevent overheating.
Avoid
water
-
high temperatures,
and dust
Apparatus
dripping
moisture,
must not be exposed
to
or splashing.
- Do not place any sources of danger
on the apparatus
(e.g., liquid filled
obiects,
lighted candles.)
line.
CAUTION!
Do not use solvents
thinner,
commercially
or anti-static
About
such as benzene,
available cleaners,
sprays intended
for discs.
recycling
These operating
instructions
have been
printed on non-polluting paper. The
electronic equipment contains a large
number
of materials that can be recycled.
If you are disposing of an old machine,
please take it to a recycling center.
Please observe the local regulations
regarding disposal of packaging materials,
exhausted batteries and old equipment.
Main
_) STANDBY
-
ON
Unit
<_ EJECT
CL)
Turns on the system or turns
Power standby mode.
off to Eco
-
Ejects the disc from the disc slot.
(_) VOLUME
(_) PLAY PAUSE
I_!1
DISC: starts/pauses
playback.
TUNER: starts auto tuner installation
for
first time setup.
STOP
[]
Adjusts the volume
level.
(_) SonoWave
Turns on the SonoWave
speakers to
multi-channel
mode or turns off to
-
Exits an operation.
stereo
mode.
-
DISC: stops playback,
TUNER: press and hold this button
mode,
the light will be on.
erase
the current
PREV _
preset
DISC: selects a track
this button to search
-
TUNER:
®
SOURCE
Selects the relevant
selects
C) SOUND
-
or press and hold
backward/forward.
a preset
active
radio station,
source
DISC, HP3 DIRECT, TUNER
TV or AUX/DI.
in multi-channel
to
radio station.
/ NEXT
-
While
mode:
(FH/AM,)
Selects
_) USB
a predefined
sound
effect,
port
-
Input for USB flash drive or USB memory
card reader.
®
HP3
Phono
Direct
input for connecting
to the
headphone
out jack on your portable
audio or HDD player.
(_) Disc slot
Remote
Control
Enlarges a picture on the TV.
(_
AUDIO
(_) ZOOM
Selects an audio language (DVD)
audio channel (CD.)
I
_- .........................
_
or an
(_) SETUP
- Enters
orex,ts
the
system
sotup
menu.
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(_) DISPLAY
-
Displays the current
status or disc
information.
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
(_)PLAY _"
(_
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
DISC: startsplayback.
(_) STOP
_os_
O
[]
-
Exits an operation.
-
DISC: stops playback.
DISC: press and hold this button
to eject
the
d,sc.
c_ c_ _;,
TUNER:
press
and
ho_d
th_s
button
to
CZ_D (Z_3
erase the current
.._..c:_, .........
c::_::
preset radio station,
® TvVOL+ --
1_.i
Adjusts TV volume
(Philips TV only.)
Numeric
keypad (0-9)
Entersa track/tide
number ofthe disc.
Entersa number ofa preset radiostation,
REPEAT
Selects various repeat modes; turns off
repeat mode,
VOCAL
/ KARAOKE
Not functional
@ Source
buttons
D_SC/USB:
switches
to DISC or USB
mode.
TUNER:
toggles between FM and AM
band,
TV: switches to TV mode. The sound
fl'om the TV will output
through
the
connected speakers system.
AUX/Dk
toggles between AUX and
DIGITAL IN external source mode.
l0
for this model,
Remote
Control
(continued)
@ MP3-DIRECT
Switches
to MP3 mode
connected
through
socket at the front
for the source
the MP3 Direct
panel.
(_) SUBTITLE
-
Selects
a DVD subtitle
®
DISC
MENU
For DVD, enter
language.
or exit disc contents
menu.
-
For VCD/SVCD,
enter
digest
menu.
®4_AT
-
DISC: selects
movement
direction
in the
menu.
-
TUNER:
-
radio frequency up/down.
TUNER: press left or right to start auto
search.
press up or down to tune the
(_OK
- Confirms a selection.
(_
-
RETURN/TITLE
For DVD, go back to the previous
-
For VCD version 2.0 only;
During playback, display the disc title
menu or return to the main menu.
-
DISC: press and hold this button
forward and backward
search.
-
TUNER:
selects
PAUSE
II
-
DISC: pauses
VOL
a preset
menu.
for fast
radio station.
playback.
-F --
-
Adjusts
the volume
(_
-
MUTE
Mutes or restores
(_
-
PROGRAM
DISC: starts
-
TUNER: press and hold this button
start automatic/manual
preset
programming.
(_
-
SURR.
Selects multi-channel
stereo mode.
(_
SOUND
-
Selects a predefined
sound effect.
Press and hold this button to enter
[eve[.
the volume.
SonoWave
programming.
to
speaker
surround
settings
or
mode.
Remote
Control
(continued)
CAUTION!
Using
the
remote
control
- Remove
exhausted
batteries
if they
or if the remote
are
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,
disposed
@ Open the battery
compartment.
Insert two batteries
type R03 or AAA,
following the indications
the compartment.
(Jr --)
inside
Close the cover.
Point the remote
remote
control
directly
at the
sensor (JR) on the front panel.
Select the source you wish to control by
pressing the DISC, TUNER, TV,
AUX/DI or MP3 DIRECT button
remote
Then select the desired function
example _,
12
on the
control
_.)
(for
so they
of properly.
should
be
BaSiC
Connections
@ Place the subwoofer
Step I:
Placlng
the speakers
at the corner
room. Keep at least one meter
from the TV.
of the
away
The Philips Home Theater System is
simple to install
However,
proper
Helpful Hints:
system placement is critical to ensure an
optimum sound experience.
- The placement diagram shown here is only
a guideline that will provide great system
Before
performance. You may find other placement
choices that are more suitable for your room
you start
...
If you wish to mount the SonoWave
speakers on the wall, see section
'Optional
SonoWave
@ Place the
Connections
- Mounting
the
speakers on the walL'
SonoWave
speakers at the
normal listening ear level, equal distance
from
the TV and face straight ahead
towards the listening area.
layout and provide the sound experience you
enjoy.
- To avoid magnetic interference, do not
position the front speakers too close to your
TV.
- Do not place the SonoWave speakers at
an angle as it would reduce the system
performance.
- For SonoWave speakers setting, see
"Getting Started - Step 6: Setting the
SonoWave speakers.'
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Basic Connections
(continued)
Step 2" Connecting the
SonoWave speakers and
subwoofer
Connect
matching
the SonoWave
speakers to the
speaker jacks at the rear of the
DVD system.
Helpful Hints:
- To prevent unwanted noise, do not place
the SanaWave speakers too close to the
DVD system, AC power adapter, TV or any
other radiation sources.
- To disconnect the SonaWave speakers,
press down the catch before pulling out the
cable.
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Basic Connections
Step
3:
Connecting
This connection
toTV
enables you to view the
@ Use the supplied composite
video cable
playback from this DVD system. You only
(yellow) co connect the CVBS
need to choose one of the options
below to make the video connection.
the DVD system co the video input jack
(or labeled as A/V In, Video In,
- For a standard TV, follow
2.
-
For a progressive
option
I or
Composite
jack on
or Baseband) on the TV.
scan TV, follow
option 3.
-
For a HDHI
TV, follow
option 4.
- For TV with only a single antenna
input jack, follow option 5.
@ Use an S-video cable (not supplied) to
connect the S-VIDEO
(Y/C)
DVD system to the S-Video
IMPORTANT!
Connect the
to the TV.
jack on the
input jack
(or labeled as Y/C or S-VHS) on the TV.
DVD
system
directly
Helpful Hint:
- To hear the TV channels through this DVD
system, connect the AUDIO IN - TV IN jacks
to the corresponding AUDIO output jacks on
the TV using an audio cable. Press TV an
the remote control when watching the TV
programs.
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Basic Connections
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HDMI (High Definition
The progressive
scan video quality
is only
available when using Y Pb Pr connection
and a progressive
scan TV is required. It
provides
superior
watching
DVD movies.
@ Follow
option
picture
quality when
Interface)
Multimedia
is a digital interface
pure digital video
transmission
that allows
without
the loss of image quali_y.
Use an HDMI cable (not supplied) to
connect the I-IDMI OUT on this DVD
I to make the basic video
system to the HDMI
compatible
IN on a HDMI-
device (e.g. HDMI TV, HDCP
connection.
compliant
@ Use
the component
blue/green
video
- not supplied)
cables
(red/
to connect
Y Pb Pr jacks on the DVD system
the
to the
corresponding
component
video input
jacks (or labeled as Y Pb/Cb Pr/Cr or
YUV) on the TV.
@ If your
proceed
TV accepts progressive
signals,
to _Getting Started - Step S:
Setting
up Progressive
detailed
progressive
Scan feature'
feature
setup.
for
DVI TV.)
When you have completed
connections,
installation
the necessary
and set-up, see
'Audio Setup Page and Video Setup Page'
for optimum HDMI audio and video
settings.
Helpful Hints:
- The HDMI is backward compatible with
some DVI devices using an appropriate
adaptor plug.
- Ifa DVI device is connected, an additional
audio cable is required for audio transmission.
- Most 0fthe older DVI enable devices are
not HDCP compliant and playback is nat
possible.
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Basic Connections
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Step
AM
4:
Connecting
the
FM/
antennas
If your TV has only a single Antenna Input
jack (labeled as 75 ohm or RF In,) you
will need an RF modulator in order to
view the DVD playback on the TV.
your electronics retailer or contact
See
Philips for details about RF modulator
availability
supplied composite video cable
(yellow) to connect the DVD system's
CVBS jack to the video input jack on the
RF modulator.
the supplied
AM loop antenna
to the AM jack. Place the AM loop
antenna on a shelf, or attach it to a stand
or wall.
@ Connect
and operations,
@ Use the
O
@ Connect
the supplied
FM antenna
FM jack. Extend the FM antenna
its ends to the wall.
For better
an external
FH stereo
FM antenna
reception,
to the
and fix
connect
(not supplied.)
Use an RF coaxial cable (not supplied) to
connect ANTENNA
on the RF modulator
OUT to TO TV jack
to the ANTENNA
IN jack on the TV,
Connect
the Antenna or Cable TV
service signal to the ANTENNA
IN jack on the RF modulator.
have been connected
previously.
Disconnect
IN or RF
(It may
Helpful Hints:
- Adjust the position of the antennas for
optimal reception.
- Position the antennas as far away as
possible from your TV, VCR or other
radiation source to prevent any unwanted
interference.
to your TV
it from the TV.)
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Basic Connections
Step 5: Connecting
power cord
After
everything
properly,
(continued)
the
is connected
plug the AC power
cord
into the power outlet.
The Eco Power LED on the DVD
will light up. Never
connections
system
make or change any
with the power turned
on.
Helpful Hints:
- Refer to the type plate at the rear or
bottom of the product for identification and
supply ratings.
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Optional
Connecting
When
audio
from
Connecting
audlo/vldeo
TV
connecting the audio output
Connections
audio from
device
an
from
your TV to this Home Theater Audio
System, you will have the sound of the
TV output on all the speakers. It will
This DVD system provides analog and
digital audio connection.
You can connect
enable you to enjoy the multi-channel
the audio output from an audio/video
device (e.g. VCR, Cable/Satellite Box) to
surround
this Home Theater Audio
sound capabilities.
System in
order to enjoy the multi-channel
Use an audio cable (red/white
supplied) to connect
this DVD
the TV
- not
system to the AUDIO
OUT
jacks on the TV.
To listen to the sound, press TV on the
remote control as the sound source that
you want
to play,
surround
sound capabilities.
IN jacks on
Use an audio
supplied)
cable (red/white
to connect
the AUX
- not
IN jacks
on this DVD system to the AUDIO
jacks on the connected
device.
OUT
To listen to the sound, press AUX/DI
to
select "AUX" as the sound source that
you want
to play.
Or
Use a coaxial cable (not supplied) to
connect the DIGITAL
IN jack on this
DVD system to the DIGITAL
on the connected
device.
To listen to the sound,
select
want
"Dr'
as the sound
OUT
press AUXIN
source
jack
to
that you
to play.
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Optional
Mounting
the wall
Connections
the speakers on
You can choose to wall mount the
speakers
the screws
of the
0
Attach
the supplied
brackets
to the
of the speakers.
CAUTION!
You should get
drill and insert
a qualified
person to
the mounting
screws
(not supplied) on the wall. DO NOT
do it yourself in order to avoid any
damage
or iniury
to the
to personnel.
@ Drill holes on the wall where
speakers
rubber
supplied)
Hook
Helpful Hint:
- Philips accepts absolutely no liability for
any accidents or damage resulting from
inadequate assembly or mounting, misuse or
abuse, or natural disasters.
the
(not
to the wall.
the speakers
brackets
the
are to be hung. Mount
wall plugs and screws
screws,
2O
at the bottom
speakers and remove the base covers.
See the above illustrations.
rear of the speakers and use the screws
to secure the connections
at the bottom
on the wall.
unexpected
equipment
@ Loosen
by ensuring
at the rear
firmly onto
the
that they fit into the
of the speakers.
Getting
Step
I:
Turning
on
the
Step 2: Finding the correct
viewing channel
DVD
system
@ Press the SOURCE
button
on the front
panel repeatedly to select :
DISC _ NP3 DIRECT _ FN _ AN _
TV _ AUX _
_
8Yo[+
)
Started
Before
you
start
...
Make sure you have completed
necessary
connections
before
DI _ DISC ....
@ Press
oJIK_
SOURCE
appears
@Turn
button
on the display
until "DISC"
panel.
on the TV and set it to the correct
video-in
channel.
You should
blue DVD background
screen
....
_ You may go to Channel
then press the Channel
TUNER,
DIRECT
TV,
on the
remote control
pressing the
DISC/USB
will toggle between
and USB mode.
....
÷ Press TUNER
and AM band.
FM
....
÷ Press AUX/DI
to toggle between
analog audio input and digital audio input.
-) Press PIP3 DIRECT
audio tracks from
to playback the
your portable
audio/
HDD player which is connected
DVD system.
to this
f
!'_"_-'_'-_i
_--_--_--_-
@ Press
STANDBY
ON
....
÷ The display screen
(O).
will turn off.
button
on
button
on your TV's remote
control.
repeatedly
is between
the
lowest and highest channels and may be
called FRONT, AJV IN, VIDEO. See your
TV manual for more details.
DISC
to toggle between
on the TV.
until you see
....
_ You may press _
....
_ Usually this channel
....
_ If the USB is detected,
see the
I on your TV,
Down
your TV's remote
control
the Video In channel.
Or
Press DISC/USB,
AUX/DI
or HP3
all the
proceeding.
....
÷ If you are using a RF modulator,
the TV to channel 3 or 4.
set
Getting
Started
Step 3: Setting
preferences
(co.ti.ued)
language
You can select your preferred language
settings for DVD playback. If the
The language options are different
depending on your country or region,
may not correspond to the illustrations
shown on the user manual.
it
selected language is recorded
on the
DVD disc, the DVD system will
automatically
play the disc in that
language. Otherwise,
the disc's default
language will be used instead.
The OSD (On-Screen Display) language
for this DVD system will remain as you
have set it, regardless of the changes
made to the DVD disc language.
In 'DISC' mode, press SETUP
remote control
....
_ { General
Use AY
Language,
Setup
on the
Press []
twice to stop playback (if any,)
then press SETUP.
Press _ repeatedly
{ Preference
Use AY
options
to select
Page. }
keys to highlight one of the
below, then press _.
Page } appears,
keys to highlight { OSO
Preference
Page
} then press _.
English
{ Audio
}
Selects the preferred
audio language for
DVD playback.
Use A_"
keys to select a language and
press OK to confirm.
{ Subtitle
}
Selects the preferred
DVD playback.
{ Disc Menu
}
Selects the preferred
disc menu language
for DVD
playback.
Use A_"
keys to select a language and
press OK to confirm.
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subtitle language for
Getting
If the
language
available
keypad
{ Others.
(0-9)
}
on the
Step 4:
display
Setting
remote control to enter the 4-digit
language code 'XXXX' (see last page) and
Set the aspect
press
according
Repeat
OK to confirm.
steps
O _ O for other
settings.
theTV
ratio of the DVD system
to the TV type you have
connected.
The format you select must
be available on the disc. If it is not, the
setting for TV display will not affect the
Helpful Hints:
- During DVD playback, you can switch the
audio and subtitle languages by pressing the
AUDIO and SUBTITLE buttons on the
remote control.
(continued)
is not
in the list, select
Use the numeric
O
you want
Started
However, this does not
change the default settings you have made
here.
picture during playback.
In 'DISC'
remote
mode,
press
SETUP
on the
control
Press
l_ repeatedly
Setup
Page. }
to select
{ Video
- For some DVDs, the subtitle/audio/menu
language can only be changed via the DVD
disc menu.
Press V to highlight { TV
Display,
}
then press I_.
Video Setup Page
{ 4:3 Pan Scan }
Select this if you have a
conventional TV and
:
want both sides of the
I
picture to be trimmed
@
i;
i
or formatted
to fit your TV.
{ 4:3 Letter
Box }
Select this if you have a
conventional TV. In this
case, a wide picture with
black bands on the upper and lower
portions of the TV will be displayed.
{ 16:9 Wide Screen }
Select this if you have a
wide-screen TV.
@
Select one of the options
to confirm.
and press
OK
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Getting
Started
(co.ti.uea)
@ Read the notification
Step 5: Setting up
Progressive Scan feature
message on the TV
and confirm your action by selecting the
in the menu and press OK.
....
÷ Ira blanlddistorted
(for Progressive
Scan TV only)
The progressive
scan displays twice the
number of frames per second than
interlaced scanning (ordinary normal TV
system.) With
nearly double the number
of lines, progressive
picture resolution
Before
scan offers higher
and quality.
@ Otherwise,
There
at this
this
DVD system to a progressive scan TV
using the Y Pb Pr connection (see
3: Connecting
} and press
menu.
will be no picture on your TV
state until you have turned
on the progressive
you start...
Scan TV or component
select { Cancel
OK to go back to the previous
your
Ensure that you have connected
'Option
screen appears, wait
for I S seconds for the auto recovery.
scan mode
on
TV.
Turn on your TV progressive
scan mode
(refer to your TV's user manual.)
....
_ A message appears on the TV.
to a Progressive
video input'.)
@ Turn off your TV progressive
or turn on to the interlaced
scan mode
mode (refer
@ Confirm
your action by selecting the
in the menu and press OK.
....
÷ The setup is now completed
and you
can start to enjoy the high quality picture.
to your TV's user manual.)
Turn on the DVD system and press
SOURCE
button
until "DISC"
appears
If no picture
@ Press EJECT
is displayed:
&.
on the display panel
Press 4 on the remote
@ Turn on the TV and set it to the correct
video-in channel.
....
÷ The blue DVD background
SETUP
@ Select
control.
to select { Video
{ Progressive
press OK to confirm.
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control.
HelpFul Hint:
on the remote
_ repeatedly
Setup Page. }
on the remote
screen will
appear on the TV.
@ Press
Q Press
@ Press MUTE
control.
} > { On, } then
- There ore some progressive scan TVs and
High-DeFinition 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
this ease, turn off the progressive scan
feature on both the DVD system and your
TV.
Getting
SonoWave
parameters
(continued)
Use 4 I_" keys to select { LISTENING
Step 6: SeXing the
SonoWave speakers
There are three
Started
POSITION
to adjust the
FRONT
} and press OK.
L
FRONT
R
speakers: Room Acoustics,
Speaker Distance and Listening Position.
You can adjust the SonoWave speaker
settings according to your
environment
room
LISTENING
POSITION
and setup for optimum
performance.
Press and hold SOUND
on the
remote control to enter SonoWave
speaker settings mode.
Use _ _ keys to select { ROOM
ACOUSTICS
@ Use
} and press OK.
@ To return to the main SonoWave
speaker settings selection,
_l J_ keys to select the distance
between the listening position and the
SonoWave speakers and press OK to
press A or Y
key.
confirm,
....
÷ { NEAR } for distance less than 1,5
Use _ _ keys to select the condition
the room
of
....
÷ { HARD
} for concrete/glass
....
÷ { SOFT } for wooden
meters (4' 7",)
....
÷ { DEFAULT
and press OK to confirm.
walls.
1.5
(7' 7".)
....
÷ { FAR } for distance more than 2.5
walls,
meters
Use _1 _ keys to select { SPEAKER
DISTANCE
} for distance between
meters (4' 7") to 2.5 meters
@The
} and press OK,
(7' 7".)
SonoWave
completed
speaker settings are now
and the system will exit the
setting automatically.
FRONT L
FRONT R
1
!4
SPEAKERDISTANCE
Use @ _ keys to select
between
the distance
the two SonoWave
speakers
and press OK to confirm.
....
® { NEAR } for distance less than
meter
....
® { DEFAULT
meter
} for distance
(3' S") to 2.5 meters
....
÷ { FAR } for distance
meters
I
(3' S".)
between
I
(7' 7".)
more than 2.5
(7' 7".)
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Disc Operations
IMPORTANT!
Playable
discs
- If the inhibit icon (_ or X) appears
on the TV screen when a button
is
pressed,
available
the
it means the function
is not
on the current disc or at
current
- Do not
time.
put
discs on the
cause the
any objects
disc tray.
other
Doing
than
so may
disc pmayer to malfunction.
Playing a disc
Your
DVD
home
theater
system will
play:
-
Press
Digital Versatile Discs (DVDs)
-
Video CDs (VCDs)
-
Super Video CDs (SVCDs)
-
Finalized DVD Recordable
DVD
Rewritable
-
Audio
Compact
-
MP3/Windows
(DVD±R),
Discs (CDs)
TM
Audio
discs,
picture (Kodak, JPEG) files on
CD-R(W)
ISO 9660/UDF format
JPEG resolution support up to
3072 x 2048
Supported sampling frequencies :
32 kHz, 44. I kHz, 48 kHz
Supported Bit-rates : 32_256 (kbps),
variable bic rates (average 128kbps)
-
DivX files on CD-R(W)/DVD+R(W):
DivX 3/4/5/6, DivX Ultra
Supports QPEL (Quarter Pixel).
Turn
Codes
for DVD
until "DISC"
on the TV to the Video
background
@ Insert
screen
In channel
discs
DVD discs and players are designed with
regional restrictions. Before playing a disc,
make sure the disc is for the same region
as your player. The regional code for this
DVD system is indicated at the rear panel.
on the TV.
a disc into the disc slot.
....
÷ Make sure the disc label is facing up.
For double-sided
discs, load the side
which you want
to play facing up.
....
_ When loading an 8cm (3") disc, slot
into the middle of the disc loader.
@ Playback
will start automatically.
....
÷ See the following
playback
options
To remove
pages for more
and features.
the disc, stop playback
press EJECT
Region
repeatedly
for the DVD system (e.g. 'EXT', '0', 'AV'.)
....
÷ You should see the blue DVD
(DVD±RW)
Media
SOURCE
appears on the display panel (or press
DISC/USB
on the remote control.)
and
_.
@ You can also press and hold the STOP
[] button
the disc.
on the remote
control
to eiect
Helpful Hint:
- If'you are having trouble playing o certain
disc, remove the disc and try o different one.
Improperly formatted discs wil! not play on
this DVD system.
26
Disc
Basic playback controls
Pausing
....
÷ While
Selecting various
shuffle functions
(or
II
on
in pause mode, you can press
repeatedly
repeat/
a repeat play mode.
DVD
....
÷ To resume playback, press l_lI
_ on the remote
(or
control.)
Selecting another
track/chapter
Press 1_9/_
or use the numeric
keypad (0-9)
number.
@ While playing a disc, press REPEAT
on
the remote control repeatedly to choose
to view the next still
picture (for video playback only.)
PLAY
(continued)
playback
During playback, press I_lI
the remote control.)
|!
Operations
RPT ONE (repeat chapter)
RPT TT (repeat title)
SHUFFLE(random play)
RPT SHF (repeat random pJay)
RPT OFF (exit repeat mode)
to key in a track/chapter
VCD/SVCD/CD
....
® if the repeat track mode is active, press
again to replay the same track/
chapter.
Searching backward/forward
Press and hold _
/ _.
....
÷ While searching, press _/
repeatedly to decrease/increase
RPT ONE (repeat track)
RPT ALL (repeat disc)
SHUFFLE(random play)
RPT SHF (repeat random play)
RPT OFF (exit repeat mode)
MP3/DivX/Windows
the
Media
TM
Audio
RPT ONE (repeat track)
search speed.
RPT ALL/FLD
....
÷ To resume normal playback, press
SHUFFLE (random
_l!
(or PLAY
control.)
RPT OFF (exit repeat mode)
Stopping
Press II.
_ on the remote
playback
(repeat folder)
play)
Helpful Hint:
- Repeat playback is not possibleon VCDs
when the PBCmode is turned on.
Helpful Hint:
- This is a power-saving feature, the system
will automatically switch to Eco Power
standby mode if'you do not press any
bu_ons within 30 minutes after o disc has
stopped playing.
27
Disc
Operations
Programming
(continued)
disc
Other playback features
for video discs (DVD/VCD/
SVCD)
tracks
(not for Picture CD/MP3)
You can play the contents of the disc in
the order you want by programming
playing order of the tracks,
the
SUBTITLE
@
Press
-
--ZOOM
--AUDIO
on the remote
PROGRAM
DISC MENU--
control.
....
÷ The programming
menu appears.
RETURN/
TITLE
--DISPLAY
i
oOo
pHlUpS
@ Use the numeric
keypad
(0-9)
enter a valid track/chapter
@ Use 4J_AY
to
number.
keys to move the cursor
to
the next position.
@ If there
are more
tracks,
press
select
than ten total program
{ Next
OK (or press
control)
to access
) on the screen
I_
and
on the remote
the next programming
page.
To select
@ To remove the traclUchapter
programming
from the
menu, select the track/
chapter and press OK.
@ Once complete,
select { Start
} on the
To
access
....
÷ Playback will start from
control,
@ To exit the program
{ Exit
} in the menu
menu,
sequence.
select
and press OK.
feature or item
keys or numeric
keypad
(0-9) on the remote control, then press
OK to start playback.
screen and press OK to start playback.
the selected
a playback
Use 4_kY
Press DISC
track under the programmed
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Depending on the disc format, a menu
may appear on the TV screen once you
load the disc.
or
remove
MENU
the
menu
on the remote
Disc
This DVD system
playback
(for example,
title
or chapter number, elapsed playing time,
audio/subtitle
language) and a number of
can be done
interrupting
(continued)
can display the disc
information
operations
Operations
This DVD system is able to resume disc
playback fl'om its last stopped point (only
possible
for the last 10 discs that were
recorded
without
without
a menu.)
disc playback.
@ Load one of the last
@ During
playback, press DISPLAY.
....
÷ A list of available disc information
appears on the TV.
DVD
@ While
"LOADING"
appears
on the
display panel,
press
PLAY
start playback
from
the last stop point.
To
cancel
Press
picture
through
@ During
the
resume
_
(or l_ll)
to
mode
[] twice.
This option
VCD/SVCD
10 discs played.
allows you to enlarge
on the TV screen
the enlarged
playback,
picture.
press ZOON
remote control
different zoom
the
and to pan
repeatedly
factor.
on the
to select
a
....
÷ Use 4_A_'
keys to move through
the zoomed image.
....
÷ Playback
@ Use
AY
and press
@ Use
keys to view the information
OK to access.
the numeric
the number/rime
make the selection,
keypad
@ Press ZOOM
the original
(0-9)
or use A_"
will continue.
repeatedly
to return
to
size.
to input
keys to
then press OK to
confirm.
This operation
....
_ Playback will change according to the
chosen time or to the selected title/
multiple subtitle languages. You can
change the language you want while
chapter/track.
playing a DVD.
works
only on DVDs with
@ Press SUBTITLE
repeatedly
different subtitle languages.
to select
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Disc
Operations
This operation
(continued)
works
multiple soundtrack
only on DVDs with
languages, you can
change the language you want while
playing a DVD.
This function allows you to preview the
contents of a VCD/SVCD,
Press DISC
Select
Press AUDIO
repeatedly
MENU.
Digest
Type:
to select the
available audio languages,
For VCD
channel
- changing
Press AUDIO
the audio
repeatedly
to select the
available audio channels provided
disc (STEREO, MONO
by the
Use AY
keys to select one of the
following
options
and press OK.
LEFT, MONO
RIGHT or MIX MONO.)
{ Track
Digest
View six different
}
tracks
on one screen each
time. It allows you co have a quick glance at all
the tracks on the disc.
Playback Control
(PBC) playback allows
you to play Video CDs interacdvely,
following the menu on the display. This
function can also be accessed via the
?reference
{ Disc
Interval
}
View the whole disc Jn six thumbnail pictures.
It divides a disc into six portions at regular
intervals
and displays them on one screen.
Page' menu,
For VCDs with Playback Control
(PBC) feature
(version 2.0 only)
During playback, press RETURN/
TITLE
to return to the disc tide menu
or main menu.
{ Track
Interval }
View the content of a single track in six
thumbnail
pictures.
Ic divides a single track
into six portions at regular intervals
displays them on one screen.
This option
mode.
is only available during
and
playback
@ To go to the previous or next page, press
@ To return to the main menu, select
{ Menu
} on the screen and press OK.
@ Press OK on the selected thumbnail
picture to start playback from there.
To exit the preview
{ Exit
30
menu, select
} on the screen and press OK.
Disc
Operations
(continued)
During playback, you can;
Playing an MP3/JPEG/
Windows Medla TM Audio
disc
or commercial
Before
Turn
you
on your
channel.
@ Insert
viewing
Video
on "Finding
In
the
channel,"
due to the complexity
directory/file
appears
@ If the disc main menu
use AV
and press
@ Use AY
of the
on the TV,
contains
keys to select
OK to open
keys to select
various
a desired
the folder,
a track/file
and
press OK to start playback.
....
® Playback will start from the selected
file and continue
the folder,
through
menu.
selection
@ Press
folder
Use AV
and press
REPEAT
from the
A to return
to the
keys to make your
OK to confirm,
repeatedly
to access
play modes.
stop playback,
press
IB
30
configuration.
....
_ The disc menu
folders,
disc, press
@ To
a disc,
seconds
another
current
various
time may exceed
/ _
to playback another
in the current folder.
@ To select
root
TV to the correct
....
÷ The disc reading
folder
disc
...
See the section
correct
TM
CD.
start
Press _
track/file
/ _
to fast
@ Press and hold I_
reverse/forward
search for a music track.
This DVD system can playback most of
the MP3, ]PEG and Windows
Media
Audio files recorded on a CD-R/RW
÷
to the end of
Helpful Hint:
- To skip the folders menu when you load a
MP3/JPEG disc, set the MP3/JPEG NAV
setting in the Preference Setup Page to
{ Without Menu, }.
Disc
Operations
(continued)
Playing a JPEG image file
(slide show)
Before you start ..,
Turn on your TV to the correct
channel.
correct
@ During
playback, press ZOOM
repeatedly
factor.
Video
In
See the section on "Finding the
@ Use
4_AV
zoomed
viewing channel."
Insert a Picture disc (Kodak Picture CD,
JPEG.)
....
_ For- a Kodak disc, the slide show will
to select a different
zoom
keys to pan through
the
image.
Helpful Hint:
- This feature is not applicable far DivX
disc.
begin automatically.
....
÷ For aJPEG disc, the picture menu will
appear
_ll)
on the TV. Press
PLAY
to start the slide-show
_ (or
playback.
During playback, use 4I_AY
rotate/flip
keys to
the picture on the TV.
A : flip the picture vertically
Y : flip the picture
@ During playback, press I.
....
_ 12 thumbnail
on the TV.
horizontally
_l : rotate the picture counter-clockwise
pictures will be displayed
ll_ : rotate the picture clockwise
Supported
-
file
format:
The file extension
has to be %JPG'
and not %JPEG'.
- It can only display DCF-standard still
pictures orJPEG pictures e.g. TIFF. It
cannot play back moving pictures,
JPEG and other formats,
Motion
or pictures
in
formats other than JPEG, or pictures
associated with sound.
@ Press I_/_
to display the other
pictures on the previous/next
page.
-
k may require
DVD system
longer
time for the
to display the disc content
on the TV due to the large number
@ Use 4_AY
keys to highlight one of the
pictures and press OK to start playback.
@ Press DISC
CD menu.
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MENU
to return to Picture
songs/pictures
compiled
-
JPEG files will take
Progressive
longer
baseline
time to display compared
JPEGs.
of
into one disc.
a
to
Disc
Playing MP3 music and JPEG
pictures simultaneously
Operations
Playing a DivX
(continued)
disc
This DVD system supports
the playback
You can create a musical slide show if the
of DivX movies which you can copy from
disc contains both the P1P3 music and
your computer onto a CD-R/RW,
DVD+R/+RW
disc (see _Oeneral Setup
JPEG picture flies.
Page - { DivX(R) VOD code }.)
@ Insert an ["1P3 disc that contains music
and pictures.
insert a DivX disc.
Select an P1P3 track in the menu and
If the DivX
press PLAY
subtitles, the subtitle menu will appear on
_
(or _ll)
to start
the TV for your selection.
playback.
During
P1P3 music playback, use _I[_AW'
keys to select a picture folder
disc menu and press PLAY
movie contains external
from the
_ (or _[I.)
on the
@ in this case, pressing SUBTITLE
remote control will turn the subtitle
display on or off.
....
_ The picture files will be played back
through to the end of the folder.
Press PLAY
playback.
To stop simultaneous playback, press
DISC MENU and followed by B
During piayback_ you can;
l_ (or l_[I)
@ [f muldlingual
to start
subtides are embedded
on
Helpful Hints:
the DivX disc_ you can press SUBTITLE
- It is normal to experience on occasional
"'skip" while listening to your MP3 disc
to change the subtide language while
- It is normal to experience on occasional
pixeletion during MP3/DivX playback due to
poor clarity of digital contents during internet
downloading.
- Only the first session of a multi-session CD
will be played back.
playing.
@ Use _[ / _" keys on the remote
to perform
fast reverse/forward
@ Press DISPLAY
repeatedly
control
searck
until the
Time Search menu appears_ key in the
time where playback should start and
press OK to confirm.
....
_ Playback skips to the time entered.
Helpful Hints:
- Subtitle piles with the following pie name
extensions (.srt, .smi, .sub, .ssa, .ass) are
supported but do not appear on the fie
navigation
menu.
- The subtitle fie name has to be the same
as the file name of the movie.
- The subtitle can only be displayed up to on
overage of 4S characters.
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OSB
Operations
Playing from USB flash drive
or USB memory
card reader
@ Before
removing
the USB device,
press [] to stop playback or press
DISC/USB
to switch to disc mode.
This DVD system is able to access and
Helpful Hint:
view the data files (]PEG, MP3 or
- If the USB device does not fit into the USB
Windows
Media TM Audio) in the USB
flash drive or USB memory card reader.
port, o USB extension cable is required.
Editing and copying the data are not
possible.
@ Insert
Compatibility
a USB flash drive or USB memory
card reader into the USB port on the
front panel.
of the
USB
device
- The USB port does not support the
connection of other USB devices except
USB flash drive or USB memory
readers.
card
- It is not possible to record/copy the
data from the USB port to this DVD
system.
-
Copy-protected
playable.
0
A message will appear on the TV for 5
(five) seconds when the device is
detected.
Press DISCLOSE, on the remote
to access the data in the drive.
control
....
_ The device numbers may vary from
different card readers.
....
_ For the card reader, only one of the
connected device can be accessed.
@ During playback, you can press
DISC/USB
to return to the disc mode.
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contents
are not
MP3 Direct
Playing from a portable
or HDD player
Operations
audio
This DVD system is able to playback
audio tracksfrom your portableaudio or
HDD player,
@ Use the
supplied MP3 direct cable to
connect between
the 'headphone'
output
jack on your portable audio or HDD
player and the MP3 DIRECT
jack on
the front panel of this DVD system.
....
_ The white cable is for the portable
audio player.
@ Press MP3 DIRECT
control
@ Start playback
on your
on the remote
portable
audio
or
HDD player.
Helpful Hints:
- If you change the input source by pressing
any of the source button (e.g. DISC/USB,
TUNER,) the playback from the MP3 or
HDD player will not stop automatically..
- No copying of tracks on portable HDD to
the USB drive.
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DVD
Setup
Menu
Options
Accessing the DVD setup
nllen
u
see page 37
This DVD system setup is carried out via
the TV, enabling you to customise the
DVD system to suit your particular
requirements.
@
- SETU P
see page 38
oQo
In 'DISC'
remote
mode,
SETUP
press
on the
control.
....
_ The setup
menu
appears.
Use 4 _ keys to select
one of the setup
menu options
OK.
and press
Video Setup Page
see pages
39-40
If you are not able to access the
{ Preference
Page, } press SETUP
to
exit the menu,
( [] )
twice
before
Then,
press
you press
STOP
the SETUP
again,
@ Use
A Y keys to select
and press _ to access
@ Select
press
the setting
option
Preference
you wish to change
OK to confirm
previously
a setup
selected
and
and go back to the
item.
....
_ Instructions
and explanations
of the
options are provided in the following
pages.
....
_ If the option
in the menu
is grayed
out, that means the setting is not
available or cannot be changed in the
CU trent
state.
To exit, press SETUP.
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Page
see pages
41-42
DVD
General
Setup Page
Setup
(underlined
options
Menu Options
are the factory
default settings)
Not all discs are rated or coded by the disc maker.
prevent a specific disc from
discs can be locked.
{ Lock }
-
You can
playing by locking the disc. Up to 40
Selects this to block the playback of the
current
disc. Subsequent access to a locked
disc requires a six-digit
default password
password.
The
isq 36900' (see _Preference
Setup Page- { Password }.)
{ Unlocl_
}
-
All discs can be played,
Selects the brightness of the DVD system display panel.
{ 100% }
- Full brightness.
{ 70% }
-
Medium
brightness,
{ 40% }
-
Dimmest
display.
Access the track programming
tracks' chapter.
Selects the preferred
menu.
See 'Programming
disc
language for the DVD system on-screen
display menu.
The screen saver prevents
exposure
{ On }
damage to the TV screen by avoiding
to a static image for too long.
- Switches to TV screen saver mode when
playback has been stopped
more than [ 5 minutes.
{ Off }
-
Philips provides
registration
or paused for
Turns off the screen saver function,
you with the DivX'" VOD
(Video On Demand)
code that allows you to rent and purchase videos
using the DivX- VOD
service,
Press _ to see the registration
code and press OK to exit.
Use the registration code to purchase or rent the videos from
DivX'" VOD service at www.divx.com/vod.
Follow the
instructions
CD-R/RW
and copy the video from your computer
onto a
disc for playback on this DVD system.
Note: All the downloaded videos from DivX® VOD can only be played
back on this DVD system. For more information, visit us at www.divx.
com/vod.
37
DVD
Audio
Setup
Menu
Setup Page
Options
(underlined
options
This setting
HDMI
OUT
is only required
jack to connect
_Option4:
are the factory
Connecting
default
settings)
if you are using the DVD
your TV or other display
to a HDMI-compadble
system's
device (see
TV'.)
Note:
may take a while for the DVD system and the input device to
communicate
and initialize.
Off
-
}
Select
this
supported
projector,
audio
PCM
-
Select
if the
}
-
Select
this
this
output
Note:
Audio
HDHI
This
It is not possible
to
mode
downmix
to
enioy
through
Protection
optimizes
format
is not
(e.g.
off the
HDMI
playback
the
audio
signals
to
(2-channel).
for
the
the
to listen to SACDs
CPPM (Content
connection.
audio
connection
It will turn
output.
linear-PCM
All
playback
by HDMI
SACD.)
multi-channel
HD["ll
audio
connection.
el" copy-controlled
Playable
of sound
Media)
at low
sources
volume.
DVDusing the
High
volume
outputs
will be softened
and low volume
outputs
will be
enhanced
to an audible
level. This feature
is only applicable
for
DVD
video
{ On
}
discs
-
with
Turns
Dolby
{ Off
}
-
Turns
enjoy
dynamic
This feature
Digital
mode.
on night
mode.
off night
mode
the
surround
feature.
sound
this
to
its full
range.
allows you to adjust the audio delay times if the
video playback is slower than the audio output
resulting
Selects
with
streams, hence
in lip-sync.
Access the lip sync setup menu. Use _ _ keys to set the delay
times (0 _ 200 ms) for the audio output.
38
DVD
Video
Setup
Page
Setup
(underlined
options
Menu Options
(conti.. d)
are the factory default settings)
The color system for this DVD system is { NTSC }. It can
support NTSC-system TV. This DVD system will automatically
convert
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to NTSC format.
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The picture shape can be adjusted to fit your TV.
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4:3 Letter
Box }- For a 'wide-screen' display
with black bars on the top and
bottom.
4:3 Pan Scan }-
16:9 Wide
For a full-height
sides trimmed.
Screen
picture with the
} - For wide-screen
(frame ratio
_
@
TV
16:9.)
Before enabling the progressive scan feature, you must ensure that
your TV can accept progressive signals (a progressive scan TV is
required)
and that you have connected
TV using the Y Pb Pr (see 'Option
Scan TV or component
{ On }
-
this DVD system to your
3: Connecting
to a Progressive
video input'.)
Turns on progressive
Read the instructions
scan mode.
on the TV and confirm
your action by pressing OK on the remote
control.
{ Off }
-
Disables the progressive
scan mode.
Note: If no picture appears, wait for I 5 seconds for auto recovery.
Otherwise, turn off the progressive scan as below:
I) Press EJECT.
2)
Press
_
on the
remote
control.
3) Press MUTE on the remote control.
This DVD system provides
three predefined
sets of picture color
settings and one personal setting which you can define yourself.
{ Standard
}
{ Bright }
{ Soft }
{ Personal
Personal Picture Setup
}
-
Original color setting.
-
Vibrant color setting.
Warm color setting.
-
Selects
this to personalize
setting.
Use
the picture
4 1_ keys to adjust
that best suits your
press OK to confirm.
select { O, }
personal
color
to the setting
preference
For an average
and
setting,
39
DVD
Video
Setup
Setup
Menu
Options
Page (underlined options are the factory default settings)
It provides
picture
you
the
quality
picture
for
settings
to enhance
disc playback.
have connected
this DVD
This
the appearance
feature
system
is only
and
applicable
to a HDMI-compatible
if
TV/
device.
{ HDMI
Video
}-
Selects
a suitable
on the capability
to further
resolution
depending
of the connected
video
TV/device
enhance
the
HDMI
video
output.
{ 480p}
Progressive
output
in 480 lines for NTSC TV.
( s76p}
Progressive output in 576 lines for PAL TV.
{ 720p } - (ifa HDMI TV is connected)
Progressive
output
upscale to 720 lines.
{ 1080i } - (ira HDMI TV is connected)
Interlaced output upscale to 1080 lines.
( Auto )
The video
output
display's supported
Note:
will automatically
follow
if no display appears on the TV due to unsupported
use the composite video
resolution,
cable to connect the DVD system and your
Turn on your TV to the correct input channel for the composite
and adjust the resolution setting to 480p/S76p.
{ Wide
Screen
the
resolution.
Format
} -
Selects
This feature
selected
{ TV
{ Superwide
a suitable
is only available
Display
screen
TV.
video
display.
if you have
- 16:9 Wide
Screen
}
Selects this to display the 4:3 picture disc on the
wide-screen TV with non-linear stretching (center
position
side).
of the screen is stretched
{ 4:3 Pillar Box }
Selects this to display 4:3 picture
less than the
disc on the wide-
screen TV without stretching.
Black bars will be
shown on the both sides of the TV screen.
( off}
No aspect ratio adjustment
option is selected.
is made when this
Note:
The { Wide Screen Format } feature will be disabled if your
I-IDMI TV has been preset to { 480p } or { S76p } settings.
40
}.
DVD
Preference
Setup
Page
Setup
(underlined
Menu Options
options are the factory default settings)
Selects the preferred
audio language for DVD
Selects the preferred
subtitle
Selects
the
disc
Note:
If the selected audio/subtitle/disc
on the DVD,
preferred
playback.
language for DVD
menu
language
for
playback.
DVD
playback.
menu language is not available
the disc's default language will be used instead.
Play Back Control feature is applicable for VCD/SVCD
only, It
allows you to play Video CDs (2,0) interactively, following the
menu on the display,
{ On }
-
The index menu (if available) will appear on
{ Off }
-
the TV when you load a VCD/SVCD,
The VCD/SVCD
will skip the index menu and
playback directly
["IP3/]PEG Navigator
menu.
Note:
can only be set if the disc is recorded
[t allows you to select different
navigation.
{ Without
{ With
from the beginning.
Menu}
Menu
This DVD
} -
with a
display menus for easy
- Displays all the files contained in the P1P3/
Picture disc,
Displays the folder
disc.
menu of the ["lP3/Picture
system can only display 650 files/folder
in the directory.
The password is used for the Disc Lock. Enter your six-digit
password to play a locked disc or when prompted for a
password.
The default password
is '136900 '. To change the
password:
l) Press OK to access the change password menu.
2) Use the numeric
keypad 0-9 on the remote control to
enter your existing six-digit
password at { Old Password. }
Note: When doing this for the first time or if you forget your existing
password, key in '136900'.
3) Enter the new six-digit password at { New Password. }
4) Enter the new six-digit
5) Press OK to confirm
password
again at { Confirm
PWD. }
and exit the menu,
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DVD
Setup
Preference
Menu
Setup Page
Options
(underlined
Selects
options
are the factory default settings)
the font type that supports
Standard
Centram
Cyrillic
Greek
Chinese
Korean
}
-
Europe
Displays
DivX subtitle.
list of Roman subtitle
fonts provided by this DVD system.
} - Displays Central Europe fonts.
} - Displays
} - Displays
the recorded
a standard
Cyrillic fonts.
Greek
subtitle
fonts.
(Sirnp)
} - Displays Simplified
} - Displays Korean fonts.
Chinese
fonts.
This feature enables you to reset all the setup menu options
your personal settings to the factory defaults, except your
password
reset.
42
for the Disc Lock.
Press OK to confirm
and
the default
Tuner
Operations
IMPORTANT!
Make sure the
are connected.
FM and AM
antennas
Presetting
radio
You can store
up to 40 FM and 20 AM
preset
radio stations
stations
in the memory,
There are three different ways to
program the radio stations:
Tuning to radio stations
-
@ Press
Using auto
instaJ[ (for first time setup
SOURCE
repeatedly until "FM"
appears on the display panel (or press
-
Using automatic
TUNER
-
Using manual preset
@ Press
on the remote
4 / _
control
control.)
Helpful Hints:
tuning.
....
÷ "SEARCH > or <" will appear
display panel until a radio station
signal strength
@ Repeat
fine-tune
station,
the reception
press
repeatedly
found.
on the
with
is found.
step O if necessary
the desired radio station.
@ To
preset
briefly on the remote
to start
sufficient
only)
until you find
- The system will exit presetting mode if no
button is pressed within 20 seconds.
- If no stereo signal is detected or less than
5 (five) stations are detected during tuner
installation, "'PLEASE CHECK ANTENNA"
appears.
of a weak
A / V briefly and
until optimal
reception
is
This feature is only applicable for first
time radio station programming.
You will
be prompted
to install the radio stations
when you access the tuner mode. With
one touch of button, all the available
radio stations will be stored
automatically.
display panel
o
-0 I
I
oOo
A_
_A
....
÷ "AUTO
INSTALL
PRESS PLAY"
appears,
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Tuner
O
Press
Operations
PLAY
(continued)
I1_until "START
on the display panel.
....
_ The system will start
..." appears
searching
Use manual presetting
favorite radio stations.
from
the FM band followed by the AM band.
....
_ All the available radio stations with
strong
signal will be stored
....
® Once
station
complete,
will be played
"Tuning
to radio stations".)
radio
Press
back.
P ROG POM_I.
Use I_l
Use automatic
reinstall
presetting
all the preset
to store
radio
your
Tune to your desired radio station (see
automatically.
the last tuned
to store
number
current
or
stations.
O
/ _
keys to select
that you want
radio station.
PROGRAM
Press
a preset
to store
the
to store.
display panel
-÷
]
Selecting
a preset
radio
station
Press TUNER
band,
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@ Use
I_ll_l / _
number
-÷lsrn r...
I
to select "FH"
keys to select
(or use the numeric
the remote
or "AM'
a preset
keypad
on
control.)
....
} The waveband,
preset number
followed by the radio frequency
will
Press TUNER
band.
to select "FM" or "AM'
Press and hold PROGI_.N
appear
on the display panel.
until
"START ..." appears on the display panel.
....
÷ All previously stored radio stations
Deleting
will be replaced.
station
In tuner
select
a preset
mode,
a preset
Press and hold
radio
use I_/I1_
radio
[] until "FH/AM
X
DELETED" appears.
....
} "X" is the preset
number.
....
® The radio station
continues
but has been deleted
from the preset
....
} The rest of the preset
remain
44
keys to
station.
unchanged.
radio
to play
stations
list.
Sound and Volume
Selecting
@
Controls
digital
sound effects
Select a preset digital sound effect that
matches your disc's content
or that
optimizes the sound of the musical style
you are playing.
oOo
Press SOUND
VOL
+ ==
to select the available
sound effect.
--HUTE
When
C!D_
CXD
_
playing movie discs or in TV mode,
C_
SURR.--
you can select :
CONCERT, DRAMA,
--SOUND
ACTION
or
SCI-FI.
PHIL[P$
When playing music discs or while in
TUNER or AUX/DI mode, you can select :
CLASSIC, JAZZ, ROCK or DIGITAL.
Selecting
surround
sound
Helpful Hint:
Press SURR.
(multi-channel)
to select : DOLBY+PL
II
- For flat sound output, select CONCERT or
CLASSIC.
or STEREO.
....
_ The availability of the various
surround sound modes depends on the
sound available on the disc.
....
_ The available output modes for" Multichannel include: Dolby Digital, DTS
(Digital Theater" Systems) Surround
Dolby
and
Pro Logic II.
....
_ Stereo broadcasts or recordings will
produce some surround channel effects
when played in a surround
mode.
Helpful Hint:
- You are not able to select the surround
sound mode if'the system setup menu is
turned an.
Volume
control
Press VOL
+/--
control
to increase
volume
level.
on the remote
or decrease
the
....
_ "VOL MIN" is the minimum volume
level and "VOL MAX" is the maximum
volume
level.
To turn off the volume
temporarily
Press HaTE
on the remote control.
....
_ Playback
and "MUTE"
....
_ To restore
will continue
without
sound
press
PlUTE
appears.
the volume,
again, or increase
the volume
level.
45
Other
Features
Software
Periodically
upgrades
Philips will issue software
upgrades to enhance your user
experience,
Before
you start
Check the current
...
software
version
of
this DVD system:
I) Press
EJECT
2) Press
control.
DISPLAY
A.
on the remote
@ Visit
the Philips website 'www.philips.
corn/support'
to check the availability
the latest software upgrade. Download
the software to a CD-R.
@ Insert
the CD-R to the disc slot,
....
_ The software
the recorder
will start to install on
automatically.
IHPORTANT!
Power
supply
during upgrade!
46
must not be interrupted
of
Specifications
AHPLiFIER
HAIN
Output power:
500 W / 200 W FTC _
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz / -3 dB
Power Supply Rating:
Power Consumption:
120 V; 60 Hz
100 W
Signal-to-Noise
Eco Standby power:
< I W
Dimensions:
340 x 70 x 330 (mm)
(wxhxd)
Weight:
3.5 kg
Ratio: > 65 dB (CCIR)
Input Sensitivity
- AUX In :
1000 mV
- TV In:
500 mV
- Digital
(1% THD
In:
UNiT
500 mV
SonoWave
IkHz)
SPEAKERS
Full range satellite closedbox system
8D
System:
TUNER
Tuning
Range:
Fffl 87.5-108
ALl 530-1700
fflHz
(100kHz)
kHz (10kHz)
26 dB Quieting
Sensitivity:
Fffl 20 dB, AM 4pV/m
Image Rejection Radio:FH 25 dB, AM 28 dB
IF Rejection Ratio:
FM 60 dB, AI'4 45 dB
Signal-to-Noise
Ratio: FH 60 dB, AM 40 dB
AM Suppression Ratio: FiVi 30 dB
Harmonic
Distortion:
FM Mono 3%
FM Stereo 3%
SUBWOOFER
AM 5%
Frequency Response
Stereo Separation
FM 180 Hz-10 kHz/+6
FM 26 dB (I kHz)
Stereo
Threshold
FM 23.5 dB
DiSC
SECTION
Laser Type
Disc Diametre
Semiconductor
[2cm / 8cm
Video
Decoding
Video
DAC
HPEG-I / fflPEG-2 /
/ DivX 3/4/5/6, Ultra
12 Bits
Signal System
Video Format
PAL / NTSC
4:3 / 16:9
Video
60 dB
S/N
Composite
Output
Response
Frequency
30 Hz -
response:
120 Hz
Dimensions:
220 x 470 x 470 (mm)
(wxhxd)
Weight:
7 kg
Specifications
notice.
subject
to change
without
prior
Y - 1.0 Vp-p, 75_
C - 0.286 Vp-p, 75_
24 Bits/ 192 kHz
4 Hz-20
4 Hz-22
kHz (44.1 kHz)
kHz (48 kHz)
4 Hz-44 kHz (96 kHz)
IEC 60958
PCPt
Dolby
DTS
4 E2
203 mm (8") woofer
1.0 Vp-p, 75_
DAC
Frequency
dB
Impedance:
Speal<er drivers:
Video
S-Video Output
Audio
Impedance:
Speal<erdrivers:
3" full range speaker
Frequency response: 120 Hz - 20 kHz
Dimensions:
305 x 122 x 96 (mm)
(wxhxd)
Weight:
2 kg/each
Digital
IEC 60958, IEC 61937
IEC 60958, IEC 61937
47
Troubleshoodng
WARNING
Under no cn'cumstances
mvahdate the warranty
should you try to repair the system yourself,
Do not open the system as there
as this will
[s a risk of electric
shock
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair If
you are unable to solve a pl-oblem by following these [nstrucuons, consult your dealer or
Ph[hps for help
.... ':....
,,,,,
II.............................................................................................................................................................
I1'
.................................
No power.
-
_JJJBII_II
Check [f the AC power cord _sproperly connected
Press the O(STANDBY
ON) on the fl'ont of the
DVD system to turn on the power
No picture.
Refer to your TV's manual for correct Video In
channel selection Change the TV channe! untll you
see the DVD screen
Press the DISC/USB button to select d_sc mode
If this happens when you are turning on the progressive
scan feature, walt for I5 seconds for the auto recovery
or turn off the progresswe
scan as below
i) Pless EJECT
2) Press 41 on the remote control
3) Pless MUTE on the remote control
Completely
distorted
or black/white
picture.
picture
-
Check
-
Sometimes
a small amount of p_cture
appear Ths _s not a malfunction
Clean the disc
No sound
or distorted
sound.
m
m
the video
connection
d]storuon
Adtust the volume
Check the speaker connections
and settings
Make sure that the audto cables are connected
may
and
press the SOURCE button to select the correct input
source (for example TV or AUXJ'DI) co choose the
device that you want to hear through the DVD system
No surround
from
The
remote
function
48
sound
effect
-
Press
-
sound setting
Make sure chat the source you are playing is recorded
or
broadcast In surround sound (DTS, Dolby D_gltal, etc )
the speakers.
control
does
not
-
the SURR
button
to select
a correct
surround
-
Select the source you want to play (for example, DISC/
USB or TUNER) before pressing the function button
_, I,,14111D,,_I )
Reduce the d_stance between
the remote
conu'ol and
-
the system
Replace the batteries w!th new ones
Pmnt the remote control d.'ectly toward the IR sensor"
Check that the batteries
are loaded correctly
properly.
Troubleshooting
11,,,,,,7,,,,
,:...............
The
DVD
system
(continued)
....... : _u:':[:'':.........................
:.........................................................................
:""""""":
................................................
"'''""
...............
does not
-
start playback.
Insert a readable disc wlth the playback side facing
down The DVD+R/CD-R
must be finahzed
Check for any scratches
or smudges on the disc
-
Press SETUP to turn off the system setup menu
-
You may need to enter
screen
change
-
the parental
the password
contro!
the disc for playback
MoAsture may have condensed
-
you have set the TV display.
Cannot
activate
such as Angles,
multi-language
Not
some
some
setuplsystem
turned
on for
The aspect rano _sfixed on the DVD disc
Depending on the TV, dt may not be possible to
change the aspect rauo
-
The features may not be avadable on the DVD
or
-
Changing the language for the sound or subtitle Ls
prohlblted on thLs DVD
items
-
Press
STOP button
_etup
menu
Subtitles,
Audio.
able to select
in the
features
to
reside the system
Remove the Osc and leave the system
about an hour
The aspect ratio of the screen
cannot be changed even though
m order
rating level or to unlock
menu.
twice
before
the system
selecting
Depending on the disc avadablhty, some menu _tems
cannot be selected
Unable
Radio
to play DivX
reception
movies.
is poor.
-
Check that the DwX file Is encoded
m 'Home
Theater'
mode wnch DJvX cerufied encoder
-
If the signal _s too
connect
weak, adlust
an external
antenna
the antenna
for better
between
or
recepuon
-
Increase the distance
TV or VCR
the system
and your
-
Tune m to the correct fi-equency
Place the antenna further away fl'om any eqmpment
that may be causing d_e interference
The
DVD
system
does not
Disconnect
WOrk.
for
the
a few
mmutes
to operate
The disc in the disc slot
be ejected.
cannot
-
Press
control
again
power
cord
fi'om
Reconnect
the
power
power
outlet
cord
and
cry
as usual
and hold the STOP button
followed
the
by pressmg
on the remote
the OgJt ke!s '2', 'S' and
49
Troubleshooting
The contents
drive
cannot
of the USB
flash
-
The USB flash drive format
-
s/stem
Dr_ve _sformatted
be read.
not supported
Smow operation
flash drive.
No
HDHI
of the USB
audio output.
-
is not compatible
with a different
NTFS )
USB flash drive takes
longer _:lme to read and display on die TV
-
You w_ll not hear any sound fl-om the HDIVll output
the soul ce device ts only DVI/HDCP
No HDMI video output.
file system wMch is
by this DVD sys:em (eg
Large file s_ze or high memory
wtth the
ff
(High-
-
bandwidth D_g_tal Content Protect_on)-compatJble
It Is not possible _o output SACD or copy<on_rolled
DVD-Aud_o sources fi°om the HDhll connection
-
HDMI
connec_Lon can only be made co HDPII-
equipped
dewces w_th HDCP (High Bandwldd_ Dtgltal
Content Protectton._
If you wLsh co connect to a gvI
connector (equipped with HDCPJ you wdl need a
separate adaptor
-
IDVI to HDPll )
Make sure the resolution
of this DVD system matches
the dewce you have connected
HDPll setang.
so
using the HDMI
See
Frequently
Why
does it take
contents
-
-
so long to display the
on my USB device?
Asked
Why
Questions
does the file name
different
from
what
(USB)
appear
to be
was displayed
computer
of files (>SO0 files/folders)
files (>l MB.)
"Good
B~ I.jpg")?
The length of the file name is restricted
There could be other
or size of the
non-supported
files
What
devices
keyboards)
are plugged
mouse,
which
-
if un-supported
only supports
The computer
Bye. jpg"
to
eight (8) characters.
may be able to display the
full file name as the operating
convert the file system.
(e.g. USB
system can
into
the system?
Is simultaneous
-
The device may cause the system to be
possible?
unstable. Remove the unsupported
device and unplug the mains cord. Wait
-
for a few minutes before
"Good
by the file system of the device (FAT I 6)_
in the device that the system is trying to
read/display.
(e.g. from
on my
This could be due to the large numbers
USB and Disc
Not possible due to memory limitation.
in addition, a different user interface will
be needed in order to function
reconnecting
the mains cord and power on the system
playback
and in
order to be simple enough to use.
again.
What
HDD?
-
happens
when
I plug
Why can't
device?
in a USB
-
HDD is not supported
as the large
storage capacity makes navigation
[ rotate
In order to rotate
the
the pictures
USB device, a "special"
very
pictures
in my
in the
file in the jpeg
picture called EXIF must be embedded.
difficult. Transfer the music files (mp3)
and photos (jpg) into a flash drive.
This EXIF information may have not been
created by the USB device or removed
when you edit or copy the picture from
Why
does the
system
USB
portable
music
-
fail to detect
my
other devices using editing programs.
player?
The portable music player may require
propriety software that is bundled with
Why can't the system play some of my
music files, photos or movies?
our system in order to access the
-
contents
(eg. playlist.)
The music files may not be playable
because of different
bit-rates.
What
types
support?
-
of file does the
We support
NTFS.
only FATI6
system
and FAT32, not
formats and encoding
Similarly, the photos may be of
low resolution or too high resolution
the system to support.
for
Glossary
_:
Sound that has not been turned
Dolby
Surround
Pro Logic I[: It is an
into numbers. Analog sound varies, while
improved
digital sound has specific numerical values.
provides
These jacks send audio through
channels, the left and right.
on Dolby Surround program material,
provides a convincing three dimensional
sound field on conventional stereo music
Aspect
ratio:
two
The ratio of vertical and
horizontal
sizes
horizontal
vs. vertical
of
a
AUDIO
OUT
Sockets:
better
recordings
displayed image. The
ratio of conventional
TVs is 4:3, and that of wide-screens
matrix decoding
Red and white
that
and is ideally suited to bring the
surround
is 16:9.
technology
spatiality and directionality
experience
to automotive
sound.
While conventional surround programming
is fully compatible with Dolby Surround Pro
Logic [I decoders,
soundtracks
will be able to
jacks on the back of the unit that send audio
be encoded
to another
system (TV, Stereo, etc.).
of Pro Logic 11playback, including
Bit Rate:
The amount of data used to hold
[eft and right surround channels. (Such
material is also compatible with conventional
a given length of music; measured in kilobits
per second, or kbps. Or, the speed at which
you record. Generally, the higher the bit
rate, or the higher the recording speed, the
better
rates
the sound quality. However,
use
more
space
on
higher bit
to take full advantage
separate
Pro Logic decoders.)
DTS:
Digital Theater Systems. This is a
surround sound system, but it is different
from the Do[by Digital. The formats were
developed
a dJsc_
specifically
by different
companies.
Chapter:
Sections of a picture or a music
piece on a DVD that are smaller than titles.
I-[DM[:
High-Definition
interface
(HDMI)
A title is composed
interface that can transmit uncompressed
high definition video and digital mu[tichanne[
of several chapters.
Each
chapter is assigned a chapter number
enabling you to locate the chapter you want.
Disc menu: A screen display prepared
allowing a selection of images, sounds,
subtitles,
a DVD.
DivX:
multi-angles,
for
etc to be recorded
on
[t delivers perfect
quality, completely
The DivX code is a patent-pending,
technology,
developed
A surround
by Dolby
sound system
Laboratories
Content
Protection)
or DV[ products
(High-bandwidth
Digital
will result in no Video
I-[DCP
(High-bandwidth
Protection)
Digital Content
is a specification
secure transmission
that provides a
of digital contents
between different devices (to prevent
unauthorized copyright).
containing
up to six channels of digital audio (front left
and right, surround
subwoofer).
HDCP
left and right, center and
JPEG: A very common
format.
A still picture
digital still picture
data compression
system proposed by the Joint Photographic
Expert Group, which features a small
decrease in image quality in spice of its high
compression
52
is
or Audio output.
small enough to be transported
over the
internet, while maintaining high visual quality.
developed
to HDM[
without
HDM[
with DVL
standard,
by DivXNetworks,
Inc., that can shrink digital video to sizes
Digital:
picture and sound
free from noise.
fully backward-compatible
As required by the HDM[
connecting
MPEG-4 based video compression
Dolby
audio.
Multimedia
is a high-speed digital
ratio.
Glossary
MP3: A file format
with a sound data
Title:
The longest section of a movie or
compression
system. "MP3" is the
music feature
abbreviation
of Motion
a title
Picture
Experts
Group I (or MPEG-I) Audio Layer3. By
using the MP3 format, one CD-R or CD-RW
can contain about 10 times more data than a
regular CD.
DVDs are formatted
each sound track constitute
Multichannel
on DVD.
Each title is assigned
number, enabling you to locate the
title you want.
VIDEO
OUT
iack:
of the DVD system
picture
Muldchannel:
(continued)
video
Yellow jack on the back
that sends
the DVD
to a TV.
to have
one sound field.
refers to a structure
of sound
tracks having three or more channels.
Parental
control:
Limits Disc play
according to the age of the users or the
limitation level in each country. The
limitation varies from disc to disc; when it is
activated,
playback will be prohibited
if the
software's
level.
level is higher than the user-set
Playback
control
signal recorded
(PBC):
Refers to the
on video CDs or SVCDs for
controlling playback. By using menu screens
recorded on a Video CD or SVCD that
supports
PBC, you can enjoy interactive
playback and searching.
Progressive
Scan: The progressive
scan
displays twice the number of frames per
second than in an ordinary TV system. It
offers higher picture
resolution
and quality.
code: A system allowing discs to be
played only in the region designated. This
unit will only play discs that have compatible
region codes. You can find the region code
of your unit by looking at the product
Some discs are compatible
label.
with more than
one region (or ALL regions.)
Surround: A system for creating realistic
three dimensional sound fields full of realism
by arranging multiple speakers around the
listener.
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COVERAGE:
PHILIPS warranty
below.
WHO
obligation
is limited to the terms
This warranty does not apply (a) to damage caused by accident,
abuse, misuse, misapplication,
or non-Philips product, (b) to
damage caused by service performed
by anyone other than
Philips or Philips Authorized
Service Location, (c) to a product
set forth
IS COVERED_
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person receiving the product as a gift against defects in materials and workmanship
as based on the date of original purchase
or a part that has been modified without the written permission of Philips, or (d) if any Philips serial number has been
removed or defaced, or (e) product, accessories or consumables sold "AS IS" without warranty of any kind by including
("Warranty
Period") from an Authorized
Dealer. The original
sales receipt showing the product name and the purchase date
refurbished
from
This
Limited
Warranty
does not cover:
" Shipping charges to return defective product to Philips.
. Labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjust-
an authorized
WHAT
retailer
is considered
such proof.
IS COVERED:
The Philips warranty
covers new products if a defect arises and
a valid claim is received by Philips within the Warranty
Period.
At its option, Philips will either (I) repair the product at no
charge, using new or refurbished replacement
parts, or (2)
.
exchange the product with a product that is new or which has
been manufactured from new, or serviceable used parts and is
at least functionally
equivalent or most comparable to the origi-
.
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Philips warrants replacement products or parts provided under
.
.
this warranty
against defects in materials and workmanship
from the date of the replacement or repair for ninety (90) days
or for the remaining portion
of the original product's
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whichever provides longer coverage for you. When a product
or part is exchanged, any replacement
item becomes your
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and the replaced item becomes Philips' property.
When a refund is given, your product becomes Pbilips' property.
Note: Any product
sold and identified
as refurbished
renewed
carries a ninety
(90) day limited
warranty.
Replacement
product
can only
requirements
are met. Failure
ments can result in delay.
WNAT
IS NOT
ITATIONS;
COVERED
or
Pbilips product
sold "AS IS" by some retailers.
ment of customer controls on the product, and installation
or repair of antenna systems outside of the product.
Product repair and/or part replacement
because of improper
installation, connections to improper voltage supply, abuse,
neglect, misuse, accident, unauthorized
repair or other cause
not within the control of Philips.
Damage or claims for products not being available for use, or
for lost data or lost software.
Damage occurring to product during
A product that requires modification
shipping.
or adaptation
.
.
A product used for commercial or institutional
purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
Product lost in shipment and no signature verification
receipt
.
can be provided.
Failure to operate
per Owner's
Manual.
be sent if all warranty
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AND
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TO
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OBTAIN
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