Philips HTS8562 User Guide Manual Pdf

Philips HTS8562 User Guide Manual Pdf
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HTS8562
EN User manual
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DA Brugervejledning
NOBrukerhåndbok
DE Benutzerhandbuch
PT Manual do utilizador
EL Εγχειρίδιο χρήσης
SV Användarhandbok
ES Manual del usuario
TR Kullanım kılavuzu
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Käyttöopas
FR Mode d’emploi
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1 Using help
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2 Help and support
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3Notice
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4Important
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5 Your home theater
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Navigate the onscreen help
Update your onscreen help
Tutorials
FAQs
Contact Philips
Open source software
Trademarks
Safety
Care for your product
Care of the environment
3D health warning
Main unit
Remote control
6 Connect your home theater
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Speakers
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Connectors
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Connect to TV
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Connect to other devices through HDMI 16
Connect audio from TV and other devices
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Computers and the Internet
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7 Use your home theater
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8 Change settings
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9 Update software
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10 Product specifications
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11Troubleshooting
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12Index
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Choose sound
Discs
USB storage devices
DivX
Audio, video, and picture options
Radio
MP3 player
iPod or iPhone
Use smartphone
Browse PC through DLNA
Browse Net TV
Rent online video
Multiview
EasyLink
Picture
Sound
Language
Parental control
Energy saving
Apply factory settings
Check software version
Update software through the Internet
Update software through USB
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Contents
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1 Using help
Philips is committed to develop products that
contribute to a greener environment. To save
paper and the environment, access the help on
your home theater through the onscreen interface.
The onscreen help contains all the information
that you need to set up your home theater.
However, if you prefer to print the user manual,
download the PDF version from www.philips.com/
support. Follow the instructions on the website to
select your language, and then enter your model
number.
Access the onscreen help by pressing HELP
(yellow button) on your remote control.
The onscreen help has two panels.
• The left panel contains the Contents and
Index. Navigate the Contents or Index to
select a page.
• The right panel contains the content of each
page. Select Related topics for additional
help on the content.
Navigate the onscreen help
aHELP
Access the onscreen help.
bOK
Display the selected page, or expand topics
in Contents.
c Navigation buttons
• Up: Scroll up or move to the previous
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BACK
Move up in the Contents or Index.
From the right panel, move to the Contents
on the left panel.
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page.
Down: Scroll down or move to the
next page.
Right: Navigate to the right panel or
next index entry.
Left: Navigate to the left panel or
previous index entry.
(Previous/Next)
: Display the last viewed page in
history.
: Display the next page from history.
Watch video tutorials, download a software
update, and find answers to many frequently
answered questions (FAQs) on your product at
www.philips.com.
Update your onscreen help
Philips continually tries to improve its products.
To make sure that your onscreen help is up to
date with the latest information, update your
home theater with the latest onscreen help.
Download the latest help from www.philips.com/support.
What you need
• A USB flash drive, with at least 35MB of
memory. The USB flash drive must be FAT
or NTFS formatted. Do not use a USB hard
drive.
• A computer with Internet access.
• An archive utility that supports the ZIP
file format (for example, WinZip® for
Microsoft® Windows® or Stufflt® for
Macintosh®).
Step 2: Download the latest onscreen
help
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Connect a USB flash drive to your
computer.
In your web browser, go to www.philips.
com/support.
At the Philips support website, find your
product and click on User manuals, and
then locate the User Manual Upgrade
Software.
»» The help update is available as a zip file.
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Save the zip file in the root directory of
your USB flash drive.
Use the archive utility to extract the help
update file in the root directory of the USB
flash drive.
»» A file named ‘HTSxxxxeDFU.zip’ is
extracted under the UPG_ALL folder
of your USB flash drive, ‘xxxx’ being the
model number of your home theater.
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Disconnect the USB flash drive from your
computer.
Step 3: Update onscreen help
Step 1: Check the current version of help
Check the current version of onscreen help
installed in your home theater. If the version is
lower than the version available at www.philips.
com/support, download and install the latest
onscreen help.
The last two digits indicate the version of the
onscreen help installed in your home theater.
For example, if the version in the home theater
is ‘Subsystem SW: 35-00-00-05’, ‘05’ represents
the version of the onscreen help currently
installed.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [Version Info.], and
then press OK.
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2 Help and support
Caution
•• Before you connect the USB flash drive to
your home theater, make sure that there is
no disc in the disc compartment, and the disc
compartment is closed.
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Switch on the TV.
Connect the USB flash drive containing the
downloaded file to your home theater.
Press (Home).
Enter 338 on the remote control.
»» Follow the instructions on the TV to
confirm the update. Do not switch off
the home theater or remove the USB
flash drive during the update.
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home theater.
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Warning
•• If power fails during the update, do not
remove the USB flash drive from the home
theater.
•• If an error occurs during the update, retry
the procedure. If the error reoccurs, contact
Philips Consumer Care.
Tutorials
To set up your home theater and get additional
information, refer to the video tutorials at www.philips.com/support.
FAQs
If you have a problem, refer to the frequently
asked questions (FAQs) for this home theater at
www.philips.com/support.
If you still need help, contact Philips Consumer
Care in your country.
Warning
•• Do not attempt to repair your home theater
yourself. This may cause severe injury,
irreparable damage to your home theater, or
void your warranty.
3Notice
This section contains the legal and trademark
notices.
Open source software
Philips Electronics Singapore Pte Ltd hereby
offers to deliver, upon request, a copy of the
complete corresponding source code for the
copyrighted open source software packages used
in this product for which such offer is requested
by the respective licenses. This offer is valid up
to three years after product purchase to anyone
in receipt of this information. To obtain source
code, please contact [email protected]
If you prefer not to use email or if you do not
receive confirmation receipt within a week after
mailing to this email address, please write to
“Open Source Team, Philips Intellectual Property
& Standards, P.O. Box 220, 5600 AE Eindhoven,
The Netherlands”. If you do not receive timely
confirmation of your letter, please email to the
email address above. The texts of the licenses
and acknowledgements for open source
software used in this product are included in the
user manual.
Trademarks
Contact Philips
If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the
model and serial number of your product. The
model number and serial number are on the
back or bottom of your product. Note the
numbers before you call Philips:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
“Blu-ray 3D” and “Blu-ray 3D” logo are
trademarks of Blu-ray Disc Association.
BONUSVIEW™
‘BD LIVE’ and ‘BONUSVIEW’ are trademarks of
Blu-ray Disc Association.
‘AVCHD’ and ‘AVCHD’ logo are trademarks of
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd and Sony
Corporation.
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Java and all other Java trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc. in the United States and/or
other countries.
‘x.v.Colour’ is a trademark of Sony
Corporation.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
#’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762;
6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,392,195; 7,272,567;
7,333,929; 7,212,872 & other U.S. and worldwide
patents issued & pending. DTS and the Symbol
are registered trademarks, & DTS-HD, and DTSHD Master Audio | Essential and the DTS logos
are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes
software. DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
DivX , DivX Certified , DivX Plus™ HD and
associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and
are used under license.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital
video format created by DivX, Inc. This is an
official DivX Certified® device that plays DivX
video. Visit divx.com for more information and
software tools to convert your files into DivX
video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This
DivX Certified device must be registered
in order to play purchased DivX Video-onDemand (VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX VOD section
in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com
for more information on how to complete your
registration.
HDMI, the HDMI logo, and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC in
the United States and other countries.
SDHC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the
double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
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‘DVD Video’ is a trademark of DVD Format/
Logo Licensing Corporation.
4Important
Read and understand all instructions before you
use your home theater. If damage is caused by
failure to follow instructions, the warranty does
not apply.
Safety
Risk of electric shock or fire!
• Never expose the product and accessories
to rain or water. Never place liquid
containers, such as vases, near the product.
If liquids are spilt on or into the product,
disconnect it from the power outlet
immediately. Contact Philips Consumer
Care to have the product checked before
use.
• Never place the product and accessories
near naked flames or other heat sources,
including direct sunlight.
• Never insert objects into the ventilation
slots or other openings on the product.
• Where the mains plug or an appliance
coupler is used as the disconnect device,
the disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
• Disconnect the product from the power
outlet before lightning storms.
• When you disconnect the power cord,
always pull the plug, never the cable.
Risk of short circuit or fire!
• Before you connect the product to the
power outlet, ensure that the power
voltage matches the value printed on the
back or bottom of the product. Never
connect the product to the power outlet if
the voltage is different.
Risk of injury or damage to the home theater!
• For wall-mountable products, use only the
supplied wall mount bracket. Secure the
wall mount to a wall that can support the
combined weight of the product and the
wall mount. Koninklijke Philips Electronics
N.V. bears no responsibility for improper
wall mounting that results in accident, injury
or damage.
• For speakers with stands, use only the
supplied stands. Secure the stands to the
speakers tightly. Place the assembled stands
on flat, level surfaces that can support the
combined weight of the speaker and stand.
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Never place the product or any objects
on power cords or on other electrical
equipment.
• If the product is transported in
temperatures below 5°C, unpack the
product and wait until its temperature
matches room temperature before
connecting it to the power outlet.
• Visible and invisible laser radiation when
open. Avoid exposure to beam.
• Do not touch the disc optical lens inside the
disc compartment.
• Parts of this product can be made of glass.
Handle with care to avoid injury and damage.
Risk of overheating!
• Never install this product in a confined
space. Always leave a space of at least four
inches around the product for ventilation.
Ensure curtains or other objects never
cover the ventilation slots on the product.
Risk of contamination!
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or
carbon and alkaline, etc.).
• Remove batteries if they are exhausted or
if the remote control is not to be used for a
long time.
• Batteries contain chemical substances, they
should be disposed of properly.
Risk of swallowing batteries!
• The product/remote control may contain a
coin type battery, which can be swallowed.
Keep the battery out of reach of children at
all times!
Care for your product
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Do not insert any objects other than discs
into the disc compartment.
Do not insert warped or cracked discs into
the disc compartment.
Remove discs from the disc compartment
if you are not using the product for an
extended period of time.
Use only microfiber cloth to clean the product.
Care of the environment
Your product is designed and manufactured with
high quality materials and components, which
can be recycled and reused.
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When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means that the product
is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/
EC. Please inform yourself about the local
separate collection system for electrical and
electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste.
Correct disposal of your old product helps to
prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome
to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that
Philips offers, register your home theater at www.philips.com/welcome.
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Your product contains batteries covered by the
European Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot
be disposed with normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on
separate collection of batteries because correct
disposal helps to prevent negative consequences
for the environmental and human health.
3D health warning
If you or your family has a history of epilepsy
or photosensitive seizures, consult a medical
professional before exposing yourself to flashing
light sources, rapid image sequences or 3D viewing.
To avoid discomfort such as dizziness, headache
or disorientation, we recommend not watching
3D for extended periods of time. If you
experience any discomfort, stop watching 3D
and do not immediately engage in any potentially
hazardous activity (for example driving a car)
until your symptoms have disappeared. If
symptoms persist, do not resume watching 3D
without consulting a medical professional first.
Parents should monitor their children during 3D
viewing and ensure they do not experience any
discomfort as mentioned above. Watching 3D is
not recommended for children under six years of
age as their visual system is not fully developed
yet.
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(Standby-On)
Switch the home theater on or to standby.
b Disc compartment
c Display panel
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(Open/Close)
Open or close the disc compartment, or
eject the disc.
eSOURCE
Select an audio or video source for the
home theater.
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(Play/Pause)
Start, pause or resume play.
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+/- (Volume)
Increase or decrease volume.
Remote control
This section includes an overview of the remote
control.
Overview
Control your home theater with the remote
control.
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SOUND SETTINGS
Access or exit sound options.
OPTIONS
Access more play options while playing
a disc or a USB storage device.
• In radio mode, set a radio station.
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(Standby-On)
Switch the home theater on or to
standby.
• When EasyLink is enabled, press
and hold for at least three seconds
to switch all connected HDMI CEC
compliant devices to standby.
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b Source buttons / Color buttons
• Color buttons: Select tasks or options
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for Blu-ray discs.
DISC: Switch to disc source.
DOCK for iPod: Switch to Philips dock
for iPod or iPhone.
HELP: Access the onscreen help.
SOURCE: Select an audio input
source or radio source.
(Home)
Access the home menu.
aOK
Confirm an entry or selection.
b Navigation buttons
• Navigate menus.
• In radio mode, press left or right to
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start auto search.
In radio mode, press up or down to
tune the radio frequency.
(Mute)
Mute or restore volume.
d +/- (Volume)
Increase or decrease volume.
a POP-UP MENU/DISC MENU
Access or exit the disc menu when you play
a disc.
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Return to a previous menu screen.
In radio mode, press and hold to erase
the current preset radio stations.
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(Stop) / (Eject/ Open/Close)
Stop play.
Press and hold for three seconds to
open or close the disc compartment,
or eject the disc.
(Play)
Start or resume play.
c / (Previous/Next)
• Skip to the previous or next track,
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chapter or file.
In radio mode, select a preset radio
station.
d
(Pause)
Pause play.
e
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(Fast Backward/Fast Forward)
Search backwards or forward. Press
repeatedly to change the search speed.
6 Connect your home
theater
This section helps you connect your home theater
to a TV and other devices.
For information about the basic connections of
your home theater and accessories, see the quick
start guide. For a comprehensive interactive guide,
see www.connectivityguide.philips.com.
Note
•• For identification and supply ratings, refer to
the type plate at the back or bottom of the
product.
•• Before you make or change any connections,
make sure that all devices are disconnected
from the power outlet.
Speakers
Position, connect, and set up your speakers for
best surround sound.
a Alphanumeric buttons
• Enter values or letters (using SMS style
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entry).
In radio mode, select a preset radio
station.
b TOP MENU
Access the main menu of a video disc.
Position
Speaker position plays a critical role in setting up
a surround sound effect.
For best results, place your speakers and the
subwoofer as shown below.
cSUBTITLE
Select subtitle language for video.
EasyLink controls
With Easylink, you can control your home
theater and the TV with the following buttons
on your home theater remote control (see
‘EasyLink’ on page 33).
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(Standby-On): Press and hold to switch
your home theater, TV and the connected
devices to standby.
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(Play): When a video disc is in the disc
compartment, wake up the TV from
standby, and then play a disc.
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Note
•• Surround sound depends on factors such as
room shape and size, type of wall and ceiling,
windows and reflective surfaces, and speaker
acoustics. Experiment with the speaker
positions to find the optimum setting for you.
Follow these general guidelines, and then set up
your speakers.
Seating position:
This is the center of your listening area.
FRONT CENTER (front center) speaker:
Place the center speaker directly in front of
the seating position, either above or below
your TV. Make sure that it is close to your
ear height when you are seated.
FRONT LEFT (front left) and FRONT
RIGHT (front right) speakers:
Place the left and right speakers in the front,
and equidistant from the center speaker in
an arc, so that all the three speakers are at
same distance from your seating position.
For best effect, point the speakers towards
the seating position and place the speakers
close to the ear level (when seated).
REAR LEFT (rear left) and REAR RIGHT
(rear right) speakers:
Place the rear surround speakers to the
left and right side of your seating position,
either in line with it or slightly behind it. For
best effect, point the speakers towards the
seating position and place the speakers just
above the ear level (when seated).
SUBWOOFER (subwoofer):
Place the subwoofer at least one meter to
the left or right of the TV. Leave about ten
centimeter clearance from the wall.
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Automatic setup
When you set up the home theater for the first
time, the setup menu prompts you to calibrate
your speakers for the best surround sound. If you
move your speakers or change the layout of the
room, calibrate the speakers again to continue
getting the best sound.
Place the calibration microphone as close to the
seating position as possible, at ear height.
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Connect
Before you start, check that:
• The calibration microphone is less than 5
meters (16 feet) from each of the speakers.
If it is more, set up your speakers manually
(see ‘Manual setup’ on page 13);
• There is nothing between the speakers and
the microphone to block the sound, and
• The room is quiet. For example, switch off
your TV or radio, close doors and windows,
and switch off your air conditioning.
Connect the calibration microphone to the
MUSIC iLINK connector on your home
theater.
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Connect your speakers and the subwoofer to
your home theater as described in the quick
start guide.
Calibrate
You can set up the speakers automatically by
using a calibration microphone, or manually
through the speaker setup menu.
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(Home) on your home theater
remote control, and select [Setup] >
[Audio] > [Acoustic calibration].
Follow the onscreen instructions to set up
the sound.
»» During the calibration, you hear a series
of test tones from the speakers and the
subwoofer. These sounds are normal don’t change the volume or move the
speakers, and be sure to keep quiet until
the calibration finishes.
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After the auto calibration, disconnect the
calibration microphone.
Wireless module - RWSS5510
Purchase the wireless module RWSS5510 (sold
separately) from a Philips authorized dealer.
Wireless transmitter:
Wireless receiver:
Manual setup
If the position of the speakers are more than
5 meters (16 feet) away from the calibration
microphone, or you want to fine-tune the
speaker settings after the auto calibration, you
can set up the speakers manually through the
speaker setup menu.
Connect your speakers and subwoofer as
described in the Quick start guide.
Press (Home) on your home theater
remote control, and select [Setup] >
[Audio] > [Speaker Setup].
Enter the distance for each speaker, and
then listen to the test tones and change the
volume. Experiment a little with the speaker
positions to find the ideal setting.
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Connectors
Connect other devices to your home theater.
Front
Wireless rear speakers
Convert the rear speakers of your home theater
into wireless speakers by using a wireless
module.
• The wireless transmitter connects to the
Wireless Rear Audio connector on your
home theater.
• The wireless receiver connects to the rear
surround speakers and the power supply.
For more information, refer to the user manual
of your wireless module.
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(USB)
Audio, video or picture input from a USB
storage device.
b MUSIC iLINK
• Audio input from an MP3 player.
• Connect to the auto calibration
microphone.
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Rear left
Rear right
a AC MAINS~
Connect to the power supply.
bSPEAKERS
Connect to the supplied speakers and
subwoofer.
Rear center
a SD CARD-FOR VOD/BD-LIVE ONLY
Slot for SD card. The SD card is used to
rent online videos and access BD-Live.
b VIDEO OUT-VIDEO
Connect to the composite video input on
the TV.
cLAN
Connect to the LAN input on a broadband
modem or router.
d ANTENNA FM 75
Signal input from an antenna, cable or satellite.
e HDMI OUT (ARC)TO TV
Connect to the HDMI input on the TV.
f HDMI IN 1/2
Connect to the HDMI output on a digital
device.
a Wireless Rear Audio
Connect to TV
b DIGITAL IN-OPTICAL
Connect your home theater to a TV to watch videos.
You can listen to audio from TV programs through
your home theater speakers. Use the best quality
connection available on your home theater and TV.
Connect to a Philips wireless module.
(Model: Philips RWSS5510, sold separately)
Connect to an optical audio output on the
TV or a digital device.
c DIGITAL IN-COAXIAL
Connect to a coaxial audio output on the
TV or a digital device.
d AUDIO IN-AUX
Connect to an analog audio output on the
TV or an analog device.
e DOCK for iPod
Connect to a Philips dock for iPod or
iPhone.(Model: Philips DCK3061)
Option 1: Connect to TV through HDMI
(ARC)
Best quality video
Your home theater supports HDMI version
1.4 - Audio Return Channel (ARC). If your TV
is HDMI ARC compliant, connect your home
theater to the TV through the HDMI ARC
connection for easy and quick setup.
With HDMI ARC, you do not need an additional
audio cable to play audio from TV through your
home theater.
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Using a High Speed HDMI cable, connect
the HDMI OUT (ARC) connector on your
home theater to the HDMI ARC connector
on the TV.
The HDMI ARC connector on the TV
might be labeled HDMI IN or HDMI. For
details on TV connectors, see the TV user
manual.
TV
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On your TV, turn on HDMI-CEC. For
details, see the TV user manual.
»» When you play a disc on your home
theater, the video is automatically
displayed on TV and the audio is
automatically played on the home theater.
TV
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On your TV, turn on HDMI-CEC. For
details, see the TV user manual.
»» When you play a disc on your home
theater, the video is automatically
displayed on TV and the audio is
automatically played on the home theater.
If audio from the TV does not play
automatically on your home theater, set up
the audio manually (see ‘Set up audio for
connected devices’ on page 17).
Option 2: Connect to TV through HDMI
Best quality video
If your TV is not HDMI ARC compliant, connect
your home theater to the TV through a standard
HDMI connection.
With a standard HDMI connection, you need an
additional audio cable to play the audio from the
TV through your home theater (see ‘Connect
audio from TV and other devices’ on page 17).
Using a High Speed HDMI cable, connect
the HDMI OUT (ARC) connector on your
home theater to the HDMI connector on
the TV.
The HDMI connector on the TV might be
labeled HDMI IN.
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To play audio from TV programs through
your home theater, connect an additional
audio cable (see ‘Connect audio from TV
and other devices’ on page 17).
If audio from the TV does not play
automatically on your home theater, set up
the audio manually (see ‘Set up audio for
connected devices’ on page 17).
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Note
•• If your TV has a DVI connector, you can use an
HDMI/DVI adapter to connect to TV.
Option 3: Connect to the TV through
composite video
Basic quality video
If your TV does not have HDMI connectors,
connect your home theater to the TV through a
composite connection. A composite connection
does not support high-definition video.
With a composite connection, you need an
additional audio cable to play the audio from the
TV through your home theater (see ‘Connect
audio from TV and other devices’ on page 17).
Using a composite video cable, connect the
VIDEO connector on your home theater to
the composite video connector on the TV.
The composite video connector might be
labeled AV IN, VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE,
or BASEBAND.
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On your TV, switch to the correct video
input.
To play audio from TV programs through
your home theater, connect an additional
audio cable (see ‘Connect audio from TV
and other devices’ on page 17).
On your home theater, press SOURCE
repeatedly to select the correct audio input.
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Connect to other devices
through HDMI
Connect digital devices directly to your home
theater through an HDMI connection. Digital
devices can include a set-top box, games console,
or camcorder.
With standard HDMI connection, the video from
the connected device is automatically displayed on
your TV and the audio is automatically played on
your home theater.
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Using a High Speed HDMI cable, connect
the HDMI OUT connector on your digital
device to the HDMI IN connector on your
home theater.
Connect your home theater to the TV (see
‘Connect to TV’ on page 14).
On the connected devices, turn on HDMICEC. For details, see the user manual of the
devices.
If the TV is not HDMI CEC compliant,
select the correct video input on your TV.
Select the correct HDMI input on your
home theater (see ‘Set up audio for
connected devices’ on page 17).
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Connect audio from TV and
other devices
Play audio from TV or other devices through
your home theater.
Use the best quality connection available on your
TV, home theater, and other devices.
Note
•• The audio connections in this user manual are
only recommendations. You can use other
connections too.
•• When your home theater and TV are
connected through HDMI ARC, an audio
connection is not required.
Option 1: Connect audio through a digital
optical cable
Option 3: Connect audio through analog
audio cables
Basic quality audio
Using an analog cable, connect the AUX
connectors on your home theater to the
AUDIO OUT connectors on the TV or other
device.
VCR
Best quality audio
Using an optical cable, connect the OPTICAL
connector on your home theater to the
OPTICAL OUT connector on the TV or other
device.
The digital optical connector might be labeled
SPDIF, SPDIF OUT, or OPTICAL.
TV
Set up audio for connected devices
When you connect a device to your home
theater, check the audio settings.
On your TV and other devices, turn on
HDMI-CEC. For details, see the user
manual of the TV and the other device.
Select ‘Amplifier’ from the TV speakers
menu. For details, see the TV user manual.
On your home theater, turn on System
Audio Control, and then map the audio
of the connected device to the correct
connectors on your home theater (see ‘Play
audio from home theater’ on page 33).
If the connected device is not HDMI-CEC
compliant, press SOURCE repeatedly on your
home theater to select the correct audio input.
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Option 2: Connect audio through a digital
coaxial cable
Good quality audio
Using a coaxial cable, connect the COAXIAL
connector on your home theater to the
COAXIAL/DIGITAL OUT connector on the TV
or other device.
The digital coaxial connector might be labeled
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT.
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Computers and the Internet
Connect your home theater to your computer
network and the internet, and enjoy:
• Multimedia content streamed from your
computer: Play music, photo, and video
from a computer or other media server
on your network (see ‘Browse PC through
DLNA’ on page 28).
• Net TV (Not available in China):
Browse Net TV services to access online
information, games, news, music, and other
services (see ‘Browse Net TV’ on page 31).
• Software update:Update the home theater
software through the network (see ‘Update
software through the Internet’ on page 38).
Set up the wired network
Connect your home theater to your router as
shown below, and then switch on the devices.
LAN
Caution
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•• Before you try to connect the home theater to
a computer network, familiarize yourself with
the network router, media server software
and networking principles. If necessary, read
documentation that accompanies the network
components. Philips is not responsible for lost,
damaged, or corrupt data.
Wired connection
Connect your home theater to your router
through a network cable.
What you need
• A network router (with DHCP enabled).
• A network cable (RJ45 straight cable).
• A computer with media server software
installed (see ‘Set up media server software’
on page 29).
• For Net TV and software update, make sure
that the network router has access to the
Internet, and is not restricted by firewalls or
other security systems.
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Connect the home theater to a network
router through a wired connection (see
‘Wired connection’ on page 18).
Turn on your TV, and switch to the correct
source for the home theater.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Network] > [Network Installation]
> [Wired (Ethernet)], and then press OK.
Follow the instructions on the TV to
complete the setup.
»» The home theater connects to the
internet. If connection fails, select [Retry],
and then press OK.
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Check wired network settings
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Network] > [View Network
Settings], and then press OK.
»» The current network settings are
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Connect your home theater to your router
through a wireless connection.
What you need
• A network router (with DHCP enabled).
• A computer with media server software
installed (see ‘Set up media server software’
on page 29).
• For Net TV and software update, make sure
that the network router has access to the
Internet and is not restricted by firewalls or
other security systems.
Set up the wireless network
Your home theater has built-in Wi-Fi for easy
access to the wireless network. Connect your
home theater to your router as shown below,
and then switch on the devices.
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Follow the instructions on the TV to
complete the setup.
»» The home theater connects to the
internet. If connection fails, select [Retry],
and then press OK.
7Select [Finish], and then press OK to exit.
Check wireless network settings
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Network] > [View Wireless
Settings], and then press OK.
»» The current Wi-Fi settings are displayed.
Name your home theater
To easily identify your home theater on a
network, name your home theater.
Turn on your TV, and switch to the correct
source for the home theater.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Network] > [Name your Product:],
and then press OK.
Press the Alphanumeric buttons to enter
the name.
Select [Done], and then press OK to exit.
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Connect the home theater to a network
router through a wireless connection (see
‘Wireless connection’ on page 19).
Turn on your TV, and switch to the correct
source for the home theater.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Network] > [Network Installation]
> [Wireless (Wi-Fi)], and then press OK.
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Wireless connection
7 Use your home
theater
This section helps you use the home theater to
play media from a wide range of sources.
Before you start
• Make the necessary connections described
in the quick start guide and the onscreen
help.
• Complete the first-time setup. First-time
setup appears when you turn on the home
theater for the first time. If you do not
complete the setup, you are prompted
to complete it each time you turn on the
home theater.
• Switch the TV to the correct source for the
home theater.
Choose sound
This section helps you choose the ideal sound for
your video or music.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Press the Navigation buttons (left/right) to
access the sound options on the display.
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Sound settings Description
AUTO
VOLUME
Set a constant volume for the
speakers. This option is best
for TV audio input where the
commercial signal level is usually
louder than the content.
SOUND
Select a sound mode.
SURROUND Select surround sound or
stereo sound.
TREBLE
Change the high frequency
output.
MID
Change the middle frequency
output.
BASS
Change the low frequency
output.
AUD SYNC Delay the audio to match the
video.
3 Select an option, and then press OK.
4Press BACK to exit.
If you do not press a button within a
minute, the menu exits automatically.
Auto volume
Turn the auto volume on to keep the volume
constant when you switch to a different source.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Select AUTO VOLUME, and then press
OK.
Press the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
select ON or OFF.
Press OK to confirm.
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Sound mode
Select predefined sound modes to suit your
video or music.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Select SOUND, and then press OK.
Press the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
select a setting on the display:
• MOVIE: Enjoy a cinematic audio
experience, specially enhanced for
movies.
• MUSIC: Recreate the original recording
environment of your music, in the
studio or at a concert.
• ORIGINAL: Experience the original
sound of your movies and music,
without added sound effects.
• NEWS: Hear every word with
optimized speech and clear vocals.
• GAMING: Enjoy thrilling arcade
sounds, ideal for action-packed video
games or loud parties.
Press OK to confirm.
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Surround sound mode
Experience an immersive audio experience with
surround sound modes.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Select SURROUND, and then press OK.
Press the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
select a setting from your display:
• AUTO: Surround sound based on the
audio stream.
• SURROUND PLUS: Enhanced
surround mode with 5.1 channels, best
cinematic experience.
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Note
•• For a 3D video, during search forward or
backward, and in some other play modes, the
video displays in 2D. It returns to 3D display
when you play normally again.
Equalizer
Change the high frequency (treble), mid
frequency (mid), and low frequency (bass)
settings of the home theater.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Select TREBLE, MID or BASS, and then
press OK.
Press the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
change the frequency.
Press OK to confirm.
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Discs
Your home theater can play DVDs, VCDs, CDs,
and Blu-ray discs. It can also play discs that you’ve
made at home, such as CD-R discs of photos and
music.
What you need
For audio or 2D video:
• Audio and video connection between your
home theater and the TV.
• An audio or a video disc.
For 3D video:
• A 3D TV.
• An HDMI connection between your home
theater and the TV.
• A Blu-ray 3D disc.
• A pair of 3D glasses that are compatible
with your 3D TV.
Play discs
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Insert a disc into the home theater.
»» Your TV switches to the correct source
and the disc plays automatically.
If the disc does not play automatically, press
DISC or select [play Disc] in the home
menu, and then press OK.
For a 3D video, put on your 3D glasses.
Press the play buttons to control play (see
‘Play buttons’ on page 21).
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MULTI-CH: Immersive multi-channel
sound for an enhanced movie
experience.
• STEREO: Two-channel stereo sound.
Ideal for listening to music.
Press OK to confirm.
Tip
•• To avoid flickering, change the brightness of
the display (see ‘Display panel’ on page 37).
Play buttons
Button
Action
Navigation
buttons
OK
(Play)
Navigate menus.
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/
Navigation
buttons (up/
down)
SUBTITLE
Confirm an entry or selection.
Start or resume play.
Pause play.
Stop play.
Skip to the previous or next
track, chapter or file.
Fast backwards or fast
forwards. Press repeatedly to
change the search speed.
Rotate the picture clockwise or
counter-clockwise.
Select subtitle language for
video.
Access or exit the disc menu.
POP-UP
MENU/DISC
MENU
OPTIONS Access the advanced options
when you play your audio,
video, or media files (see
‘Audio, video, and picture
options’ on page 25).
For video formats such as DivX and WMV:
To stop play, press .
To resume the video from where you
stopped, press (Play).
• To play the video from the start, press OK.
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Play 3D discs in 2D mode
If you do not have a 3D TV, watch the 3D disc in
2D mode.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup] > [Video] > [Watch 3D
video] > [Off].
Press OK.
Play your Blu-ray 3D disc.
»» The 3D video is displayed in 2D.
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Display menu for VCD and SVCD
Display the content menu on VCD and SVCD
discs.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup] > [Preference], and then
press OK.
Select [VCD PBC] > [On], and then press
OK.
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•• To skip the content menu, select [Off].
Synchronize picture and sound
If the audio and video are not synchronized,
delay the audio to match the video.
Press SOUND SETTINGS.
Select AUD SYNC, and then press OK.
Press the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
synchronize the audio with the video.
Press OK to confirm.
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3Select [PIP Selection] > [PIP], and then
press OK.
»» Depending on the video, PIP option [1]
or [2] is displayed.
»» The picture-in-picture video is displayed
in a small window.
4Select [2nd Audio Language] or [2nd
Subtitle Language], and then press OK.
Select the language, and then press OK.
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Note
•• To turn off Bonus View, press
OPTIONS,
select [PIP Selection] > [Off], and then press
OK.
BD-Live on Blu-ray
On Blu-ray discs with BD-Live content, access
additional features, such as internet chats with
the director, the latest movie trailers, games,
wallpaper, and ringtones.
What you need
• a Blu-ray disc with BD-Live content
• an internet connection
• a storage device:
• a USB storage device, with at least 1
GB of memory, or
• an SD memory card of type SDHC
Class 6, with at least 8 GB of memory.
Note
•• BD-Live services vary from country to country,
and depend on the disc.
•• When you use BD-Live, data on the disc and
home theater are accessed by the content
provider.
Bonus View on Blu-ray
On Blu-ray discs that support the Bonus
View, enjoy extra content, such as a director’s
commentary, while you watch the main feature.
Bonus View is also known as picture-in-picture.
Enable Bonus View (picture-in-picture) in
the Blu-ray disc menu.
While you play the main feature, press
OPTIONS.
»» The options menu is displayed.
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device
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Connect your home theater to the home
network and internet (see ‘Computers and
the Internet’ on page 18).
Connect the USB storage device to the
home theater.
• The USB storage device is used
to store the downloaded BD-Live
content.
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[USB], and then press OK.
Select the BD-Live icon in the disc menu,
and then press OK.
»» BD-Live starts to load. The loading time
depends on the disc and your internet
connection.
Press the Navigation buttons to navigate
BD-Live, and then press OK to select an
item.
Disable BD-Live
To restrict access to BD-Live, turn on the BDLive security.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [BD-Live security] >
[On], and then press OK.
»» BD-Live access is restricted.
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•• You cannot restrict internet access on
commercial Blu-ray discs.
Access BD-Live with an SD card
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USB storage devices
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Enjoy pictures, audio and video on a USB storage
device.
What you need
• A USB storage device that is formatted for
FAT or NTFS file systems, and complies
with the Mass Storage Class.
• A USB extension cable, if the USB storage
device does not fit into the connector.
Connect your home theater to the home
network and internet. (see ‘Computers and
the Internet’ on page 18)
Insert the SD memory card into the SD
CARD slot on your home theater.
»» The first time you insert an SD memory
card, the card is formatted. After
formatting, leave the card in the home
theater (see ‘Format an SD card’ on page
32).
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4Select [Setup], and then press OK.
5Select [Advanced] > [Local Storage] > [SD
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card], and then press OK.
Select the BD-Live icon in the disc menu,
and then press OK.
»» BD-Live starts to load. The loading time
depends on the disc and your internet
connection.
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Press the Navigation buttons to navigate BDLive, and then press OK to select an item.
Clear memory
If your storage device does not have enough
memory for the BD-Live content, clear the
memory on the storage device.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [Clear memory], and
then press OK.
»» This clears the local memory and deletes
the BD-Live files that you downloaded
on your storage device.
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•• You can use digital cameras connected by USB
if they can play the files without using a special
computer program.
•• To play DivX DRM - protected files from
a USB storage device, connect your home
theater to a TV through an HDMI cable.
Play files
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Connect the USB storage device to the
home theater.
Press (Home).
»» The home menu is displayed.
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Select a file, and then press OK.
Press the playback buttons to control play
(see ‘Play buttons’ on page 21).
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3Press (Home).
4Select [Setup], and then press OK.
5Select [Advanced] > [Local Storage] >
DivX
Play DivX videos from :
• a disc (see ‘Discs’ on page 21),
• a USB storage device (see ‘USB storage
devices’ on page 23), or
• an online video store (see ‘Rent online
video’ on page 32).
Note
•• To play DivX DRM protected files from a disc,
a USB storage device, or an online video store,
connect your home theater to a TV through
an HDMI cable.
Subtitle character set
If the subtitles do not appear correctly, change
the character set that supports the DivX subtitle.
Press
OPTIONS.
»» The options menu is displayed.
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[Character Set], and then press OK.
Select a character set.
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Europe, India, and Russia
Character
Set
Language
[Standard]
English, Albanian, Danish, Dutch,
Finnish, French, Gaelic, German,
Italian, Kurdish (Latin), Norwegian,
Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and
Turkish
Albanian, Croat, Czech, Dutch,
English, German, Hungarian, Irish,
Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene
and Sorbian
Bulgarian, Belorussian, English,
Macedonian, Moldavian, Russian,
Serbian and Ukrainian
Greek
VOD code for DivX
Before you purchase DivX videos and play them
on your home theater, register the home theater
on www.divx.com using the DivX VOD code.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [DivX® VOD Code],
and then press OK.
»» The DivX VOD registration code for
your home theater is displayed.
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Europe]
[Cyrillic]
[Greek]
Subtitles
Asia Pacific and China
If your video has subtitles in multiple languages,
select a subtitle language.
While playing video, press SUBTITLE to
select a language.
Character Set Language
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•• Make sure that the subtitle file has the same
name as the video file. For example, if the
video file is named ‘movie.avi’, save the subtitle
file as ‘movie.srt’ or ‘movie.sub’.
•• Your home theater can play subtitle files in the
following formats: .srt, .sub, .txt, .ssa, .ass, smi,
and .sami. These files do not appear in the file
navigation menu.
•• If the subtitles do not appear correctly, change
the character set.
[Standard]
[Chinese]
[ChineseTraditional]
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English, Finnish, French, Gaelic,
German, Italian, Kurdish (Latin),
Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish,
Swedish, Turkish
Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
English and Korean
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Use advanced features when you play audio, video,
or media files from a disc or a USB storage device.
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Audio options
While playing audio, repeat an audio track, a disc,
or a folder.
Press
OPTIONS repeatedly to cycle
through the following functions:
• RPT TRACK / RPT FILE: Repeat the
current track or file.
• RPT DISC / RPT FOLDER: Repeat all
the tracks on the disc or the folder.
• RPT RANDOM: Play audio tracks in
random order.
• RPT OFF: Turn off the repeat mode.
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Video options
While watching video, select options such as
subtitles, audio language, time search, and picture
settings. Depending on the video source, some
options are not available.
Press
OPTIONS.
»» The video options menu is displayed.
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Picture options
While viewing a picture, zoom into the picture,
rotate it, add animation to a slideshow, and
change the picture settings.
Press
OPTIONS.
»» The picture options menu appears.
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Press the Navigation buttons and OK to
select and change:
• [Audio Language]: Select audio
language for video.
• [Subtitle Language]: Select subtitle
language for video.
• [Subtitle Shift]: Change the subtitle
position on the screen.
• [Info]: Display information about what
is playing.
• [Character Set]: Select a character set
that supports the DivX subtitle.
• [Time Search]: Skip to a specific part
of the video by entering the time of
the scene.
• [2nd Audio Language]: Select the
second audio language for Blu-ray
video.
• [2nd Subtitle Language]: Select the
second subtitle language for Blu-ray
video.
• [Titles]: Select a specific title.
• [Chapters]: Select a specific chapter.
[Angle List]: Select a different camera
angle.
[Menus]: Display the disc menu.
[PIP Selection]: Display Picture-inPicture window when playing a Blu-ray
disc that supports the Bonus View.
[Zoom]: Zoom into a video scene or
picture. Press the Navigation buttons
(left/right) to select a zoom factor.
[Repeat]: Repeat a chapter or title.
[Repeat A-B]: Mark two points within
a chapter or track to repeat play, or
turn off the repeat mode.
[Picture Settings]: Select a predefined
color setting.
Press the Navigation buttons and OK to
select and change the following settings:
• [Rotate +90]: Rotate the picture 90
degree clockwise.
• [Rotate -90]: Rotate the picture 90
degree counter-clockwise.
• [Zoom]: Zoom into a video scene or
picture. Press the Navigation buttons
(left/right) to select a zoom factor.
• [Info]: Display picture information.
• [Duration per slide]: Select the display
speed for each picture in a slide show.
• [Slide Animation]: Select animation for
the slide show.
• [Picture Settings]: Select a predefined
color setting.
• [Repeat]: Repeat a selected folder.
Slideshows
While playing audio, access fun features such as
picture and musical slideshows.
Picture slideshows
View a slideshow of your pictures stored in your
disc or a USB storage device.
Select a picture from a disc or USB storage
device, and then press (Play).
Press
OPTIONS.
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Audio, video, and picture
options
3Press Navigation buttons and OK to select
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the following settings:
• [Slide Animation]: Select an animation
for the slideshow.
• [Duration per slide]: Select a display
speed for each picture in a slideshow.
Press to stop the slideshow.
Musical slideshows
Create a musical slideshow to play music and
pictures at the same time.
Select a music track, and then press OK.
Press
BACK, and go to the picture
folder.
Select a picture, and then press (Play) to
start the slideshow.
Press to stop slideshow.
Press again to stop music.
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Button
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Alphanumeric
buttons
Navigation
buttons (left/
right)
Navigation
buttons (up/
down)
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Radio
SOURCE repeatedly until RADIO
appears on the display panel.
• To listen to a preset station, press
or .
• To search for a radio station, and then
listen, press Navigation buttons (left/
right).
Press +/- (Volume) to change the volume.
prompted to install the radio stations again.
Tune stations
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Connect the FM antenna as described in the
quick start guide.
Press SOURCE repeatedly until RADIO
appears on the display panel.
»» If you have already installed the radio
stations, the last channel that you listened
to is played.
»» If you have not installed any radio
stations, the message AUTO INSTALL...
PRESS PLAY appears on the display
panel. Press (Play).
Fine tune a radio frequency.
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•• AM and digital radio are not supported.
•• If no stereo signal is detected, you are
from the TV or other sources of radiation.
Search for a radio station.
Listen to radio
Note
•• For the best reception, place the antenna away
Action
Select a preset radio station.
Press to stop the installation of
radio stations.
Press and hold to erase the
BACK
preset radio station.
OPTIONS Manual: Press once to access
program mode, and press again
to store the radio station.
Automatic: Press and hold for
three seconds to reinstall the
radio stations.
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Listen to FM radio on your home theater, and
store up to 40 radio stations.
What you need
• FM antenna.
Press the following buttons to listen or to
change radio stations:
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MP3 player
Connect your MP3 player to play your audio files
or music.
What you need
• An MP3 player.
• A 3.5mm stereo audio cable.
Play music
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Connect the MP3 player to the home
theater as described in the quick start guide.
Press SOURCE repeatedly until MUSIC
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select and play audio files or music.
iPod or iPhone
When you connect a Philips dock for iPod/iPhone,
you can use the home theater to play music,
movies and photos from your iPod or iPhone.
What you need
• A Philips dock (Model: Philips DCK3061).
• A yellow composite cable.
Note
•• Charge your iPod/iPhone on the dock while
the home theater is in iPod mode.
Dock your iPod or iPhone
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Move the slide at the bottom of the dock to
STANDARD, and then connect the dock to
the home theater.
Connect the yellow composite cable to the
dock and TV.
Switch on the iPod or iPhone, and place it
on the dock.
Play music
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Dock your iPod or iPhone (see ‘Dock your
iPod or iPhone’ on page 27).
Press DOCK for iPod on the home theater
remote control.
Browse on the iPod or iPhone screen to
select music tracks.
• To view the playlist on your TV and
use the home theater remote control
to select a track, press DOCK for iPod
again.
Play video and slideshows
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Dock your iPod or iPhone (see ‘Dock your
iPod or iPhone’ on page 27).
On the home theater remote control, press
(Home).
Select [browse iPod], and then press OK.
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Switch the TV to the AV/VIDEO source
(corresponding to the yellow composite
cable).
»» The TV screen goes blank.
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Browse on the iPod or iPhone screen to
select videos or photos.
Press (Play) to play the videos or photos.
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Use smartphone
Turn your iPhone or Android smartphone into
a virtual remote control, or use it to browse the
contents of a disc or USB storage device on your
home theater.
What you need
• An iPhone (iOS 3.1.3 and above) or
Android (Android 2.1 and above)
smartphone.
• A wired or wireless home network.
Before you start
• Connect your home theater to your home
network (see ‘Computers and the Internet’
on page 18).
• Name your home theater (see ‘Name your
home theater’ on page 19).
• Connect your smartphone to the same
home network. For details, see your
smartphone user manual.
Download MyRemote application
Download the Philips application, MyRemote
(MyRemote) to your smartphone. This
application is free.
Note
•• Philips MyRemote is only available for iPhones
and Android smartphones.
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Tap the App Store (App Store) icon on the
iPhone or the Market (Market) icon on the
Android smartphone.
Search for ‘Philips MyRemote’ application.
Follow the instructions on your smartphone
to download the application.
»» The MyRemote (MyRemote) icon is
added to the home screen of your
smartphone.
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Access MyRemote application
Access the MyRemote application from your
smartphone, and then identify your home
theater on the home network.
Tap MyRemote (MyRemote) on your
smartphone.
»» Your home theater and the other
devices on the network are displayed on
your smartphone. A browsing bar with
Devices, Remote, and Source tabs is also
displayed.
Note
•• Some control functions are not available on
smartphones.
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If your home theater is not found, check the
network connection (see ‘Computers and
the Internet’ on page 18).
Then, tap the Devices (Devices) tab on
your smartphone to search again.
Tap the home theater icon on the
smartphone.
»» The virtual remote control is displayed
on the smartphone.
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To exit the application, press the home
button on your smartphone.
Use your smartphone as a remote
control
The virtual remote control is displayed in
multiple screens on the smartphone. To access
the buttons, swipe the smartphone screen to the
left or right.
Only the control buttons that are relevant to the
play mode are enabled on your smartphone. For
example, if you play pictures, only the remote
control buttons that are used to control the
pictures are enabled. However, if you play a
video, additional buttons, such as SUBTITLE and
TOP MENU, are enabled on your smartphone.
Launch the application on your smartphone
(see ‘Access MyRemote application’ on page
28).
»» Depending on the play mode, the
relevant remote control buttons are
enabled.
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If the remote control buttons do not
appear, tap the Remote (Remote) tab on
your smartphone.
Swipe to the left or right screen to access
more buttons.
Browse a disc or USB storage device
Browse a disc or USB storage device from
your smartphone, and play an audio, video, or
multimedia file.
Launch the remote control application on
your smartphone (see ‘Access MyRemote
application’ on page 28).
Load a data disc or connect a USB storage
device into your home theater.
On your smartphone, tap the Source
(Source) tab, and then select DISC (DISC)
or USB (USB).
»» The folders in your disc or USB storage
device are displayed.
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Select a folder to browse, and then select a
file to play.
»» The relevant remote control buttons are
enabled on your smartphone.
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To access the remote control while you
browse the contents, tap the Remote
(Remote) tab on your smartphone.
Browse PC through DLNA
When you connect your home theater to your
home network, you can enjoy music, photo, and
video stored on a computer or other media
server on the network.
What you need
• A wired or wireless home network,
connected with a Universal Plug and Play
(uPnP) router.
• A LAN cable to connect your home theater
to your home network.
• A media server such as:
• PC running Windows Media Player 11
or higher; or
• Mac running Twonky Media Server.
Note
•• For help to use other media servers, such as
TVersity, see the web site of the media server.
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To enable media sharing, set up the media server
software.
Before you start
• Connect your home theater to your home
network (see ‘Computers and the Internet’
on page 18).
• Connect your computer to the same home
network.
• Make sure that your PC firewall allows you
to run Windows Media Player programs.
• Switch on your computer and the router.
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»» If you don’t see an unknown device
after a minute or so, check that your PC
firewall is not blocking the connection..
Select the unknown device and click Allow.
»» A green tick appears next to the device.
By default, Windows Media Player shares
from these folders: My Music, My Pictures,
and My Videos.If your files are in other
folders, select Library > Add to Library.
Microsoft Windows Media Player 11
Note
•• Depending on your version of Microsoft
Windows, the screens might look different to
the following screens.
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»» The Add to Library screen is displayed.
»» If necessary, select Advanced options to
display a list of monitored folders.
Start Windows Media Player on your PC.
Click the Library tab, and then select Media
Sharing.
The first time you select Media Sharing on
your PC,a pop-up screen appears. Check
the Share my media box and click OK.
»» The Media Sharing screen is displayed.
In the Media Sharing screen, make sure
that you see a device marked as Unknown
Device.
7Select My folders and those of others I can
access, and then click Add.
Follow the onscreen instructions to add the
other folders that contain your media files.
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Set up media server software
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Note
•• Depending on your version of Microsoft
»» If you don’t see a media program, check
that your PC firewall is not blocking the
connection.
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Select the media program and click
Allowed.
»» A green arrow appears next to the
media program.
Windows, the screens might look different to
the following screens.
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Start Windows Media Player on your PC.
In Windows Media Player, click the Stream
tab, and then select Turn on media
streaming.
»» The Media streaming options screen is
displayed.
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By default, Windows Media Player shares
from these folders: My Music, My Pictures,
and My Videos. If your files are in other
folders, click the Organize tab and select
Manage libraries > Music.
»» The Music Library Locations screen is
displayed.
3Click Turn on media streaming.
Follow the onscreen instructions to add the
other folders that contain your media files.
Macintosh OS X Twonky Media (v4.4.2)
Note
•• Depending on which version of the Mac
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»» You return to Windows Media Player
screen.
Click the Stream tab and select More
streaming options.
»» The Media streaming options screen is
displayed.
operating system you use, your screens might
look different to the following screens.
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Visit http://www.twonkymedia.com to
purchase the software, or download a free
30-day trial to your Macintosh.
Start Twonky Media on the Macintosh.
In the Twonky Media Server screen, select
Basic Setup and First Steps.
»» The First steps screen is displayed.
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Make sure that you see a media program in
the Local network screen.
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Press the playback buttons to control play
(see ‘Play buttons’ on page 999).
Browse Net TV
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Type a name for your media server, and
then click Save changes.
Back in the Twonky Media screen, select
Basic Setup and Sharing.
»» The Sharing screen is displayed.
Not available in China
Use Net TV to access variety of internet
applications and specially adapted internet
websites.
For interactive discussions on Net TV services, visit
the Net TV forum at www.supportforum.philips.com
Note
•• Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no
responsibility for content provided by Net TV
service providers.
Access Net TV
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Connect your home theater to a home
network and the Internet (see ‘Computers
and the Internet’ on page 18).
Press (Home).
»» The home menu is displayed.
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Browse and select folders to share, and
then select Save Changes.
»» Your Macintosh rescans the folders
automatically so that they are ready to
share.
Play files from your PC
3Select [browse Net TV], and then press
4
Press the Navigation buttons to select
App Gallery (App Gallery) or Internet
(Internet), and then press OK.
• Access App Gallery (App Gallery) to
add more Apps to your screen.
• Access Internet (Internet) to browse
the Internet.
Press
BACK to return to the previous
page, or press (Home) to exit.
Note
•• Before you play multimedia content from the
computer, make sure that the home theater
is connected to the home network, and the
media server software is properly set up.
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Switch your TV to the correct HDMI source
for your home theater.
Press (Home).
»» The home menu is displayed.
OK.
»» The Net TV home page is displayed. The
first time you access Net TV, follow the
onscreen instructions to agree to the
terms and conditions, and then register
with Club Philips.
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3Select [browse PC], and then press OK.
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»» A content browser is displayed.
Select a file, and then press OK.
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Browse internet
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Press the Navigation buttons to select
Internet (Internet) from the Net TV home
page, and then press OK.
Select the address bar, and then press the
Alphanumeric buttons to enter the URL of
the website.
• To clear the text in the address bar,
BACK.
press
• To display the onscreen keyboard,
follow the instructions on the screen.
After you enter the URL, press the
Navigation buttons to select the arrow
next to the address bar, and then press OK
to confirm.
While browsing internet, press
OPTIONS to access the address bar,
shortcut keys and other advanced options.
Press
BACK to return to the previous
page, or press (Home) to exit.
Clear browsing history
Clear the browsing history to remove passwords,
cookies, and browsing data from your home
theater.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Network] > [Clear Net TV
Memory], and then press OK.
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Rent online video
Not available in China
Rent videos from online stores, through your
home theater. You can watch them right away or
later.
Many online video stores offer a huge choice of
video, with different rental prices, periods, and
conditions. For some stores, you must create an
account before you can rent.
What you need
• A high-speed internet connection to the
home theater.
• An HDMI connection between your home
theater and TV.
• An SD memory card of type SDHC Class 6,
with at least 8 GB of memory.
Format an SD card
Before you download any online video or BDLive content, your SD card must be in the SD
card slot of your home theater, and formatted.
Switch your TV to the correct HDMI source
for your home theater.
Insert the SD memory card into the SD
CARD slot on your home theater.
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Follow the onscreen instructions to format
the card.
»» Any content on the card is erased during
formatting.
After formatting, leave the card in the SD
CARD slot.
Rent and play online video
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Connect your home theater to the home
network and internet (see ‘Computers and
the Internet’ on page 18).
Press (Home).
Select [browse Net TV], and then press OK.
»» The online services available in your
country are displayed.
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Press the Navigation buttons to go to a
video store, and then press OK.
If prompted, follow the video store
instructions to register or log in to an account.
»» You see an option to rent videos.
»» If you have rented videos and are still
within the rental period, you also see an
option to watch the videos.
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Follow the video store instructions to rent
or watch a video.
• The video is downloaded to your SD
memory card. You can watch it now or
at any time within the rental period.
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When you have downloaded a video
to your card, you can watch it only on
your home theater. You can’t move the
card and watch it on another device.
• If you move the card and format it
in another device, your downloaded
video is erased. Download your video
again before you watch.
Press the play buttons on your remote
control to play, pause, search, or stop the
video.
Multiview
You can watch two video sources side by side on
some of the Philips TVs. The sources can be:
• video from your home theater,
• TV broadcasts, and
• Net TV.
For information about how to set up multiview,
see your TV user manual.
EasyLink
The home theater supports Philips EasyLink, which
uses the HDMI-CEC (Consumer Electronics
Control) protocol. EasyLink-compliant devices that
are connected through HDMI can be controlled
by a single remote control.
Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability
with all HDMI-CEC devices.
What you need
• HDMI-CEC compliant devices.
• An HDMI connection between the
connected devices.
Switch on
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On the TV and other connected devices,
turn on the HDMI-CEC operations. For
details, see the manual of the TV or other
devices.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [EasyLink] > [EasyLink], and then
press OK.
Select [On], and then press OK.
Control devices
Control the home theater and the other
connected HDMI-CEC compliant devices with a
single remote control.
One-touch play
If you enable One-touch play, the TV
automatically switches to the correct channel
when you play a disc in your home theater.
One-touch standby
When you press and hold (Standby) on the
remote control, the home theater and all the
connected HDMI-CEC devices (that support
one-touch standby) switch to the standby
mode.
If one-touch standby is enabled on your home
theater, you can switch to standby with the
remote control of the TV or other HDMI-CEC
devices.
System Audio Control
When you play a device that has its audio
output routed to the home theater, the home
theater switches to the corresponding audio
source automatically.
To use one-touch audio, turn on System Audio
Control and follow the instructions on the TV
to map connected devices to the audio input
connectors of the home theater.
Audio Input Mapping
When you connect a new device to your home
theater, map the device to the audio input
connector (see ‘Play audio from home theater’
on page 33).
Play audio from home theater
Play the audio from a connected device through
your home theater.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [EasyLink] > [System Audio
Control] > [On], and then press OK.
• To play the audio from the TV
speakers, select [Off], and skip the
following steps.
Select [EasyLink] > [Audio Input Mapping],
and then press OK.
Follow the instructions on the TV to map
the audio of the connected device to the
audio inputs on your home theater.
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Note
•• If you connect your home theater to the TV
through an HDMI ARC connection, make sure
that the TV audio is mapped to the ARC input
on your home theater.
8 Change settings
This section helps you to change the settings of
your home theater.
Caution
•• Most of the settings are already configured
with the best value for your home theater.
Unless you have a reason to change a setting, it
is best to leave it at the default value.
Note
•• You cannot change a setting that is grayed out.
•• To return to the previous menu, press
BACK. To exit the menu, press
(Home).
Picture
Change the picture settings to suit your
preferences.
Note
•• The best setting is automatically selected for
the TV. If you change the setting, make sure
that the TV supports the new settings.
Picture settings and format
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Video], and then press OK.
4 Change the following settings, and then
press OK:
• [TV Display]: Picture format.
• [Picture Settings]: Predefined color
settings.
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Deep Color recreates the natural world on your
TV screen and displays vivid images in over a
billion of colors.
If your TV supports Deep Color and is
connected to your home theater through an
HDMI cable, you can change the Deep Color.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Video] > [HDMI Deep Color], and
then press OK.
Select the following options, and then press
OK:
• [Auto]: Automatically select HDMI
Deep Color.
• [On]: View vivid images.
• [Off]: Display standard 24-bit color.
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Picture resolution
For HDMI video settings, connect your home
theater to the TV through an HDMI cable.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Video] > [HDMI Video], and then
press OK.
Change the HDMI resolution setting, and
then press OK.
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Blu-ray 3D video
To play 3D video, connect your home theater to
a 3D TV through an HDMI cable.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Video] > [Watch 3D video] >
[Auto], and then press OK.
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Subtitle position
Automatically change the position of the subtitles
to fit your TV screen.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Auto Subtitle Shift]
> [On], and then press OK.
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Sound
Change the sound settings to suit your preference.
HDMI audio
To hear an HDMI audio output from your TV,
connect your home theater to the TV through
an HDMI cable.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Audio] > [HDMI Audio], and then
press OK.
Select the following options, and then press
OK:
• [Bitstream]: Enable bitstream output
over HDMI.
• [Auto]: Automatically select the best
supported audio format.
• [Off]: Disable audio from the TV.
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Audio post processing
To select a predefined sound mode, enable
audio post processing at the speaker (see ‘Sound
mode’ on page 20).
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [Enhanced Audio] >
[On], and then press OK.
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Note
•• To play the original audio of the disc, select
[Off].
Night mode
For quiet listening, decrease the volume of loud
sounds when you play discs. Night mode is only
available for Dolby-encoded DVD and Blu-ray
discs.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Audio] > [Night Mode] > [On], and
then press OK.
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Picture color
Restore sound mode settings
Restore the equalizer settings of all the sound
modes to the default values.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Audio] > [Default sound settings],
and then press OK.
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Language
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Disc menu
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Preference] > [Disc Menu], and
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Select a language for the home menu, audio, and
subtitles.
Home menu
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Preference] > [Menu language], and
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then press OK.
Select a menu language, and then press OK.
Disc audio
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Preference] > [Audio], and then
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press OK.
Select an audio language for discs, and then
press OK.
Note
•• If your preferred disc language is not available,
select [Others] from the list, and enter the
4-digit language code found at the end of this
user manual (see ‘Language code’ on page
999).
•• If you select a language that is not available
on a disc, the home theater uses the default
language of the disc.
Disc subtitle
Select a subtitle language for discs, and then
press OK.
then press OK.
Select a menu language for discs, and then
press OK.
Note
•• If your preferred disc language is not available,
select [Others] from the list, and enter the
4-digit language code found at the the end of
this user manual (see ‘Language code’ on page
999).
•• If you select a language that is not available
on a disc, the home theater uses the default
language of the disc.
Parental control
Restrict access to discs that are recorded with
ratings.
Password
You can set or change your password to play a
restricted disc.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Change Password],
and then press OK.
»» A change password menu is displayed.
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Follow the instructions on the TV to set or
change password.
• If you do not have a password or you
have forgotten, enter 0000.
Press OK.
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1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Preference] > [Subtitle], and then
press OK.
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Screen saver
Some discs are recorded with ratings according
to age. You can set up your home theater to play
only discs with an age rating lower than your
child’s age.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Parental Control],
and then press OK.
»» A message prompts you to enter the
password.
Automatically switch your home theater to
screen saver mode if:
• it is in pause or stop mode, and
• no button is pressed for 10 minutes.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Screen Saver] >
[On], and then press OK.
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Enter the password with the Numeric
buttons.
Select an age rating, and then press OK.
• To play all discs irrespective of the
rating, select level 8 or [Off].
Energy saving
Save energy by changing the following settings.
Auto standby
When playing a disc or a USB storage device,
automatically switch your home theater to
standby if:
• it is in pause or stop mode, and
• no button is pressed for 30 minutes.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Auto Standby] >
[On], and then press OK.
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Ratings
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Display panel
Change the brightness of the home theater
display panel.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Display Panel], and
then press OK.
Select the brightness, and then press OK.
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Apply factory settings
Reset your home theater to the default settings.
You cannot reset the parental control settings.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [Restore default
settings], and then press OK.
Select [OK], and then press OK.
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Sleep timer
Set timers to switch the home theater to
standby after a specified time.
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Preference] > [Sleep Timer], and
then press OK.
Select the duration of the sleep timer.
»» The sleep timer can be set up to 60
minutes. If the sleep timer is set to [Off],
it switches off.
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»» The home theater switches to standby
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Update software through USB
To continue to get the best features and support
for your home theater, update the software
regularly. Compare the version of your current
software with the latest version on www.philips.com/support.
What you need
• A USB flash drive, with at least 75MB of
memory. The USB flash drive must be FAT
or NTFS formatted. Do not use a USB hard
drive.
• A computer with Internet access.
• An archive utility that supports the ZIP
file format (for example, WinZip® for
Microsoft® Windows® or Stufflt® for
Macintosh®).
Check software version
1Press (Home).
2Select [Setup], and then press OK.
3Select [Advanced] > [Version Info.], and
then press OK.
»» The software version is displayed.
Update software through the
Internet
Step 1: Download the latest software
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Connect a USB flash drive to your
computer.
In your web browser, go to www.philips.
com/support.
At the Philips Support website, find your
product and locate the Software and
drivers.
»» The software update is available as a zip
file.
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Connect your home theater to the
network. Use a
• wired network connection (see ‘Set up
the wired network’ on page 18), or
• wireless network connection (see ‘Set
up the wireless network’ on page 19).
Press (Home).
Select [Setup], and then press OK.
Select [Advanced] > [Software Update] >
[Network].
»» If an upgrade media is detected, you are
prompted to start or cancel the update.
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Follow the instruction on the TV to confirm
the update.
»» When the software update is complete,
the home theater automatically switches
off and restarts. If it does not, disconnect
the power cord for a few seconds and
then reconnect it.
Note
•• If the home theater cannot connect to the
Philips server, press (Home), and then
select [Setup] > [Network] > [Network
Installation] to set up the network.
4
Save the zip file in the root directory of
your USB flash drive.
Use the archive utility to extract the
software update file in the root directory of
the USB flash drive.
»» The files are extracted under the UPG_
ALL folder of your USB flash drive.
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Disconnect the USB flash drive from your
computer.
Step 2: Update the software
Caution
•• Before you connect the USB flash drive to
your home theater, make sure that there is
no disc in the disc compartment, and the disc
compartment is closed.
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Connect the USB flash drive to your home
theater.
Switch your TV to the correct source for
your home theater.
Press (Home), and then select [Setup].
Select [Advanced] > [Software Update] >
[USB].
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Follow the instructions on the TV to
confirm the update.
»» When the software update is complete,
the home theater automatically switches
off and restarts. If it does not, disconnect
the power cord for a few seconds, and
then reconnect it.
Note
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Note
•• Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice.
•• When the software update is in progress, do
not turn off the power or remove the USB
flash drive.
Region codes
The type plate on the back or bottom of the
home theater shows which regions it supports.
Country
Europe,
United Kingdom
DVD
BD
Asia Pacific, Taiwan,
Korea
A
Latin America
A
Australia,
New Zealand
Russia, India
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.avi files in AVI container
Audio: .aac, .mka, .mp3, .wma, .wav, .mp4,
.m4a
Video: .avi, .divx, .mp4, .mkv, .asf, .wmv,
.mpg, .mpeg,
Picture: .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, .png
Audio formats
Your home theater supports the following audio
files.
Extension
Container
Audio
codec
.mp3
MP3
MP3
.wma
ASF
.aac
AAC
.wav
.m4a
.mka
WAV
MKV
MKA
.mka
MKA
.mka
.mka
.mka
MKA
MKA
MKA
.mka
MKA
.mka
MKA
Audio
codec
Video codec
PCM,
Dolby
Digital,
DTS
core,
MP3,
WMA
DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, 10 Mbps max
DivX 5.x, DivX 6.x
MPEG 1, MPEG 2
Bit rate
32 kbps ~
320 kbps
WMA
64 kbps ~
160 kbps
AAC, HE- 192 kbps
AAC
PCM
1.4 Mbps
AAC
192 kbps
PCM
27.648
Mbps
Dolby
640 kbps
Digital
DTS core 1.54 Mbps
MPEG
912 kbps
MP3
32 kbps ~
320 kbps
WMA
64 kbps ~
160 kbps
AAC, HE- 192 kbps
AAC
Video formats
If you have a high definition TV, your home
theater allows you to play your video files with:
• Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels at
• Frame rate: 6 ~ 30 frames per second.
MPEG 4 ASP
H.264/AVC
[email protected]/4.0;
[email protected]/3.1/3.0
WMV9
Bit rate
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
10 Mbps max
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
20 Mbps
.divx files in AVI container
Audio
codec
Video codec
PCM,
Dolby
Digital,
MP3,
WMA
DivX 3.11, DivX 4.x, 10 Mbps max
DivX 5.x, DivX 6.x
MPEG 1, MPEG 2
MPEG 4 ASP
Bit rate
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
10 Mbps max
.mp4 or .m4v files in MP4 container
Audio
codec
Video codec
Dolby
MPEG 1, MPEG 2
Digital,
MPEG,
MP3,
AAC, HEAAC
MPEG 4 ASP
H.264/AVC
[email protected]/4.0;
[email protected]/3.1/3.0
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20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
10 Mbps max
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
Audio codec Video codec
Bit rate
PCM, Dolby MPEG 1, MPEG
Digital, DTS 2
core, MPEG,
MP3, WMA,
AAC, HEAAC
MPEG 4 ASP
H.264/AVC
[email protected]/4.0;
[email protected]/3.1/3.0
WMV9
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
Audio
codec
Video codec
Bit rate
PCM,
Dolby
Digital,
MP3,
WMA
MPEG 4 ASP
10 Mbps max
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
20 Mbps
.mpg and .mpeg files in PS container
Video codec
PCM,
MPEG 1,
DTS core, MPEG 2
MPEG,
MP3
MPEG 1,
MPEG 2
•
•
S/PDIF Digital audio input:
• Coaxial: IEC 60958-3
• Optical: TOSLINK
Sampling frequency:
• MP3: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
• WMA: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Constant bit rate:
• MP3: 32 kbps - 320 kbps
• WMA: 48 kbps - 192 kbps
•
•
•
Tuning range:
• Europe/China: FM 87.5-108 MHz (50
kHz)
• Asia Pacific/Russia/Latin America: FM
87.5-108 MHz (50/100 kHz)
Signal-to-noise ratio: FM 50 dB
Frequency response: FM 180 Hz-12.5 kHz
/ ±3 dB
Bit rate
20 Mbps (peak 40
Mbps)
20 Mbps (peak 40
Mbps)
Amplifier
•
•
•
Radio
H.264/AVC
[email protected]/4.0;
[email protected]/3.1/3.0
WMV9
•
Signal system: PAL / NTSC
HDMI output: 480i/576i, 480p/576p, 720p,
1080i, 1080p, 1080p24
Audio
20 Mbps
.asf and .wmv files in ASF container
Audio
codec
Video
•
•
10 Mbps max
20 Mbps (peak
40 Mbps)
Input sensitivity:
• AUX1: 1000 mV
• Music iLink: 500 mV
English
•
.mkv files in MKV container
Total output power:
• Europe and Asia: 1000W RMS (30%
THD)
• Latin America: 800W RMS (+/- 0.5 dB,
10% THD)
Frequency response: 20 Hz-20 kHz / ±3 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio: > 65 dB (CCIR) /
(A-weighted)
USB
•
•
•
•
Compatibility: Hi-Speed USB (2.0)
Class support: USB Mass Storage Class
(MSC)
File system: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS
Maximum memory support: < 160 GB
Main unit
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Power supply:
• Europe/China/Russia/India: 220-240
V~, 50 Hz
• Latin America/Asia Pacific: 110-127
V/220-240 V~, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption: 105 W
Standby power consumption: ≤ 0.5 W
Dimensions (WxHxD): 435 x 63.5 x 342.5
mm
Weight: 4.0 kg
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Subwoofer
•
•
•
•
•
•
Output power: 230W
Impedance: 3 ohm
Speaker drivers: 165 mm (6.5”) woofer
Dimensions (WxHxD): 196 x 395 x 342
mm
Weight: 4.9 kg
Cable length: 3 m
Speakers
Center speaker:
• Output power: 230W
• System: full range satellite
• Speaker impedance: 3 ohm
• Speaker drivers: 1 x 25.4 mm (1”) tweeter
+ 2 x 76.2 mm (3”) woofer
• Dimensions (WxHxD): 280 x95 x 92 mm
• Weight: 1.4 kg
• Cable length: 2 m
Front/Rear speaker:
• Output power: 4 x 135W
• Speaker impedance: 5 ohm
• Speaker drivers: 1 x25.4 mm (1”) tweeter +
2 x76.2 mm (3”) woofer
• Dimensions (WxHxD): 97 x 301 x 120 mm
• Weight: 1.5kg
• Cable length (front speakers): 4 m
• Cable length (rear speakers): 10 m
Dock for iPod/iPhone
•
•
Dimensions (HxD): 34.5 x 104 mm
Weight: 135 g
Remote control batteries
•
2 x AAA-R03-1.5 V
Laser
•
•
•
Laser Type (Diode): InGaN/AIGaN (BD),
AIGaInP (DVD/CD)
Wave length: 405 +7 nm/-7 nm (BD), 655
+10 nm/-10 nm (DVD), 790 +10 nm/-20
nm (CD)
Output power (Max. ratings): 20 mW (BD),
6 mW (DVD), 7 mW (CD)
11Troubleshooting
Warning
•• Risk of electric shock. Never remove the
casing of the product.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the
product yourself.
If you have problems using this product, check the
following points before you request service. If you
still have a problem, register your product and get
support at www.philips.com/welcome.
Main unit
The buttons on the home theater do not work.
• Disconnect the home theater from the
power supply for a few minutes, then
reconnect.
Picture
No picture.
• Make sure that the TV is switched to the
correct source for the home theater.
No picture on a TV connected through HDMI.
• Make sure that you use a High Speed HDMI
cable to connect the home theater and TV.
Some Standard HDMI cables do not display
properly for some images, 3D video, or
Deep Color.
• Make sure that the HDMI cable is not faulty.
If it is faulty, replace it with a new cable.
• Press (Home) and then 731 on the
remote control to restore the default
picture resolution.
• Change the HDMI video setting, or wait for
10 seconds for auto recovery (see ‘Picture
resolution’ on page 35).
Disc does not play high-definition video.
• Make sure that the disc contains highdefinition video.
• Make sure that the TV supports highdefinition video.
• Use an HDMI cable to connect to the TV.
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Play
No sound from home theater speakers.
• Connect the audio cable from your home
theater to your TV or other devices. You
do not need a separate audio connection
when:
• the home theater and TV are
connected through an HDMI ARC
connection, or
• a device is connected to the HDMI IN
connector on your home theater.
• Set up the audio for the connected device
(see ‘Set up audio for connected devices’ on
page 17).
• Reset your home theater to its factory
settings (see ‘Apply factory settings’ on page
37), and then switch it off and switch on
again.
• On your home theater, press SOURCE
repeatedly to select the correct audio input.
Distorted sound or echo.
• If you play audio from the TV through the
home theater, make sure that the TV is
muted.
Audio and video are not synchronized.
• 1) Press SOUND SETTINGS. 2) Press
the Navigation buttons (left/right) to select
AUD SYNC, and then press OK. 3) Press
the Navigation buttons (up/down) to
synchronize the audio with the video.
Cannot calibrate the speakers with the
calibration microphone.
• Make sure that the speakers, subwoofer,
and calibration microphone are connected
as described in the Quick start guide.
• Move the speakers to a different position,
and then calibrate again.
• Follow all the steps for auto calibration (see
‘Automatic setup’ on page 12).
• If you cannot calibrate the speakers
automatically, or you are not happy with the
automatic settings, calibrate the speakers
manually (see ‘Manual setup’ on page 13).
Cannot play a disc.
• Clean the disc.
• Make sure that the home theater supports
the type of disc (see ‘Media formats’ on
page 39).
• Make sure that the home theater supports
the region code of the disc (see ‘Region
codes’ on page 39).
• If the disc is a DVD±RW or DVD±R disc,
make sure that it is finalized.
Cannot play a DivX file.
• Make sure that the DivX file is encoded
according to the ‘Home Theater Profile’
with the DivX encoder.
• Make sure that the DivX file is complete.
DivX subtitles do not display correctly.
• Make sure that the subtitle file name is the
same as the movie file name (see ‘Subtitles’
on page 24).
• Select the correct character set: 1) Press
OPTIONS. 2) Select [Character Set]. 3) Select
the supported character set. 4) Press OK.
Cannot read the contents of a USB storage
device.
• Make sure that the format of the USB
storage device is compatible with the home
theater.
• Make sure that the file system on the USB
storage device is supported by the home
theater.
‘No entry’ or ‘x’ sign appears on the TV.
• The operation is not possible.
EasyLink does not work.
• Make sure that the home theater is
connected to a Philips brand EasyLink TV,
and the EasyLink option is on (see ‘EasyLink’
on page 33).
When you switch on the TV, the home theater
automatically switches on.
• This behavior is normal when you are using
Philips EasyLink (HDMI-CEC). To make the
home theater work independently, switch
off EasyLink.
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Sound
Cannot access BD-Live.
Make sure that the home theater is
connected to the network. Use a
wired network connection (see ‘Wired
connection’ on page 18) or wireless
network connection (see ‘Wireless
connection’ on page 19).
• Make sure that the network is set up.
Use a wired network installation (see ‘Set
up the wired network’ on page 18) or
wireless network installation (see ‘Wireless
connection’ on page 19).
• Make sure that the Blu-ray disc supports
BD-Live.
• Clear memory storage (see ‘Clear memory’
on page 23).
Cannot play video or photos from an iPod or
iPhone on the TV.
• Browse and select videos and photos from
the iPod or iPhone screen, and play them
on your TV.
• Make sure that the iPod or iPhone software
has not been tampered with or illegally
modified.
Cannot view pictures from an iPod or iPhone on
the TV.
• Connect a yellow composite cable to the
iPod dock and the TV.
• Switch the TV to the AV/VIDEO source
(corresponding to the yellow composite
cable).
• Press the play button on the iPod or iPhone
to start a slideshow.
• Make sure that the iPod or iPhone software
has not been tampered with or illegally
modified.
Play 3D video in 2D mode.
• Make sure that your home theater is
connected to a 3D TV through an HDMI
cable.
• Make sure that the disc is a Blu-ray 3D disc,
and the Blu-ray 3D video option is on (see
‘Blu-ray 3D video’ on page 35).
TV screen is black when you play a Blu-ray 3D
video or a DivX copy protected video.
• Make sure that the home theater is
connected to the TV through an HDMI
cable.
• Switch to the correct HDMI source on the
TV.
•
Cannot download video from an online video
store.
• Make sure that your home theater is
connected to the TV through an HDMI
cable.
• Make sure that the SD card is formatted,
has enough memory to download the
video, and is of type SDHC Class 6.
• Make sure that you have paid for the video,
and it is within the rental period.
• Make sure that the network connection
is good. Use a wired network connection
(see ‘Wired connection’ on page 18) or a
wireless network connection (see ‘Wireless
connection’ on page 19).
• Visit the video store website for more
information.
Network
Wireless network distorted or not found.
• Make sure that the wireless network is
not disturbed by microwave ovens, DECT
phones, or other neighboring Wi-Fi devices.
• If the wireless network does not work
properly, try a wired network installation
(see ‘Set up the wired network’ on page
18).
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2D video22
3
3D
3D disc in 2D mode
3D safety
22
9
A
advanced
BD-Live security
23
enhanced audio
35
37
restore default settings
software update
38
software version
38
amplifier41
audio
calibration12
HDMI audio
35
night mode
35
post processing
35
predefined modes
20
quality
17
settings35
source17
specifications
41
audio formats40
audio input mapping33
audio language36
audio options25
auto standby37
B
bass21
BD-Live
BD-Live (SD card)
23
BD-Live (USB)
22
clear memory
23
disable23
Blu-ray21
Bonus View22
brightness37
browse
disc21
from iPhone
28
from iPod
27
Net TV
31
online video stores
32
USB storage device
23
calibration microphone12
care
environment8
health9
product8
character set 24
close disc compartment9
computer
connect to
18
DLNA28
media server software
29
computer network18
connect
audio (analog cable)
17
audio (coaxial cable - digital)
17
audio (optical cable - digital)
17
audio from TV and other devices
17
calibration microphone
12
computer28
home network
18
speakers12
to Internet
18
TV (Composite)
15
TV (HDMI ARC)
14
TV (HDMI)
15
wireless speakers
13
connectors
back connectors - center
14
back connectors - left
14
back connectors - right
14
front connectors
13
control
disc play
21
11
Easylink (HDMI-CEC)
main unit 9
parental control
36
radio26
D
disable
audio post processing
35
BD-Live
23
HDMI-CEC
33
discs
3D disc in 2D mode
22
audio25
36
audio language
BD-Live
22
22
Bonus View
control buttons
21
DivX24
menu language
36
options25
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C
picture25
picture-in-picture
22
play21
subtitle36
synchronize picture and sound
22
time search
25
titles25
display panel9
DivX
character set
24
subtitles24
VOD code
24
DLNA28
dock your iPod or iPhone27
E
EasyLink (HDMI-CEC)
audio input mapping
33
control buttons
11
one-touch play
33
one-touch standby
33
system audio control
33
eject disc9
enable
auto standby
37
auto subtitle shift
35
BD-Live
23
HDMI-CEC
33
predefined sound mode
35
screen saver
37
energy
auto standby
37
brightness37
screen saver
37
sleep timer
37
F
factory settings37
FAQs6
FM antenna14
format SD card32
front connectors13
H
HDMI
audio35
Deep color
35
TV (HDMI ARC)
14
video35
HDMI-CEC33
help
navigate4
read4
update5
I
Internet
BD-Live
22
connect to
18
online video stores
32
update home theater software
38
iPod and iPhone
dock your iPod or iPhone
27
music27
Philips dock
14
video and slideshow
27
L
language
2nd audio language
22
2nd subtitle language
22
audio36
disc menu
36
onscreen menu
36
subtitle36
legal notices6
M
Macintosh Twonky Media
29, 30
main unit
overview9
specifications
41
troubleshooting42
manually setup speakers13
media formats39
media server software29
Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 29
Microsoft Windows Media Player 1230
MP3
connector13
play26
multimedia content
from disc
21
32
from online stores
from PC
28
from USB storage device
23
multiview33
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access31
clear browsing history
32
online video stores
32
watch Net TV page
31
network
home network
18
name a device
19
settings18
troubleshooting44
update home theater software
38
Wi-Fi
19
wired connection
18
wireless connection
19
night mode35
O
one-touch play33
one-touch standby33
online video stores
format SD card
32
rent and play video
32
open disc compartment9
open source software6
options
audio25
picture25
video25
overview
browse PC
28
connectors13
HDMI-CEC
33
main unit
9
Net TV
31
online video stores
32
9
remote control
settings34
9
P
parental control
password36
ratings37
password36
PC
connect to
18
DLNA28
media server software
29
Philips Easylink33
picture
options25
rotate25
settings34
slideshows25
troubleshooting42
zoom25
picture options25
picture-in-picture
2nd audio language
22
2nd subtitle language
22
play
discs21
DivX24
from PC
31
iPod and iPhone
27
MP326
online video
32
radio41
slideshows25
troubleshooting43
USB23
position
calibration microphone
12
connectors13
position11
subtitle35
power options
auto standby
37
brightness37
screen saver
37
sleep timer
37
preference
audio35
auto standby
37
auto subtitle shift
35
36
change password
36
disc menu
37
display panel
menu language
36
36
parental control
37
screen saver
37
sleep timer
subtitle36
product specifications39
R
radio
control buttons
FM antenna
listen to radio
specifications
tune stations
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14
26
41
26
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47
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N
ratings37
recycling8
region codes39
remote control
batteries42
overview9
virtual27
rent video
format SD card
32
online video stores
32
repeat 25
S
safety
disposal8
use of the product
8
watching 3D
9
screen saver37
SD card32
settings
3D video
35
audio35
auto standby
37
auto subtitle shift
35
default37
disc language
36
HDMI audio
35
HDMI video
35
HDMI-CEC
33
menu language
36
parental rating
37
password36
picture34
power37
resolution35
restore37
screen saver
37
sleep timer
37
subtitle language
36
video34
sleep timer37
slideshows
animation25
duration25
musical26
picture25
smartphone
browse disc or USB from smartphone
28
smartphone as remote control
28
software
check current version
38
electronic user manual
5
update38
sound
auto volume
20
bass21
default sound mode
36
equalizer
21
predefined sound mode
20
20
surround sound
synchronize picture and sound
22
treble21
troubleshooting43
speakers
calibration12
connect12
manual setup
13
position11
specifications
42
surround sound
20
wireless13
specifications39
subtitle
character set
24
language36
position35
subwoofer
specifications
42
synchronize picture and sound22
system audio control33
T
time search25
titles25
trademarks6
treble21
troubleshooting
connection42
main unit 42
network44
picture42
play43
serial number
6
sound43
tutorials6
U
update software
check current version
38
electronic user manual
5
from a USB storage device
38
from network
38
USB
format41
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USB storage device
options25
play23
specifications
41
update home theater software
38
user manual
download5
navigate4
read4
update5
V
video
HDMI deep color
35
online video
32
picture resolution
35
picture settings
34
synchronize picture and sound
22
video and slideshow
27
VOD code for DivX
24
watch 3D
22
video formats41
video on demand
format SD card
32
online video stores
32
video options25
VOD code for DivX24
W
wired network
settings18
wired connection
18
wireless network
settings19
Wi-Fi
19
Wi-Fi dongle
19
wireless connection
19
wireless speakers13
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Philips Consumer Lifestyle
SGP-1127-CE-HTS8562
CE2011
..............................................................
(Report No. / Numéro du Rapport)
........................................................................................
(Year in which the CE mark is affixed / Année au cours
de laquelle le marquage CE a été apposé)
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
(DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE CE)
We / Nous, PHILIPS CONSUMER LIFESTYLE B.V.
(Name / Nom de l’entreprise)
TUSSENDIEPEN 4, 9206 AD DRACHTEN, THE NETHERLANDS
(address / adresse)
Declare under our responsibility that the electrical product(s):
(Déclarons sous notre propre responsabilité que le(s) produit(s) électrique(s):)
PHILIPS
HTS8562/12
.......................................................................
...........................................................
(brand name, nom de la marque)
(Type version or model, référence ou modèle)
Immersive Sound Home theater
..............................................................................................
(product description, description du produit)
_
To which this declaration relates is in confirmity with the following harmonized standards:
(Auquel cette déclaration se rapporte, est conforme aux normes harmonisées suivantes)
(title, number and date of issue of the standard / titre, numéro et date de parution de la norme)
EN60065:2002, A1:2006, A11:2008
EN55013:2001, A1:2003, A2:2006
EN55020:2007
EN55022:2006, A1:2007
EN55024:1998, A1:2001, A2:2003
EN61000-3-2:2006 ; A1:2009; A2:2009
EN61000-3-3:2008
EN62311:2008
IEC62087:2008
IEC62301:2005
EN300 328 V1.7.1:2006
EN301 489-1 V1.8.1:2008
EN301 489-17 V2.1.1:2009
_
Following the provisions of :
(Conformément aux exigences essentielles et autres dispositions pertinentes de:)
2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive / Directive Basse Tension 2006/95/CE)
2004/108/EC (EMC Directive / Directive EMC 2004/108/CE)
1999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive / Directive R&TTE 1999/5/CE)
2009/125/EC (ErP Directive / Directive ErP 2009/125/CE)
EC1275/2008 (Regulation for ErP Directive / Reglement pour les ErP Directive)
And are produced under a quality scheme at least in conformity with ISO 9001 or CENELEC
Permanent Documents
(Et sont fabriqués conformément à une qualité au moins conforme à la norme ISO 9001 ou aux Documents Permanents CENELEC)
Safety
EMC
EMF
RTTE
: NO64340
: NEI-EMC-1-1105C018; NEI-EMC-2-1105C018
: NEI-EMF-1-1105C018
: NEI-ETSE-1-1106C234; NEI-ETSP-1-1106C234
Remarks:
(Remarques:)
Drachten, The Netherlands,July 06, 2011
A.Speelman, CL Compliance Manager
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All rights reserved.
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