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29 100Hz Dolby 3D Real Flat
Real Flat Black Line S 100Hz Digital Scan Digital Natural Motion Digital Crystal Clear Full Active Control Dolby 3D Surround 60 W RMS 6 On Board Speakers 1200 Page Easytext 2 Tuner PIP Mosaic Screen Top Controls Side Connections Matching Stand available
29 100Hz Top Dolby 3D Real Flat
Technical specifications Picture
Screen Size : 29 (72 cm) Visible screen size : 68 cm Picture Tube : Real Flat Black Line S 100 Hz Digital Scan Digital Natural Motion Digital Crystal Clear Dynamic Auto Focus Active Control + Light Sensor Picture Freeze
Product highlights Connections
Side S-Video (Y/C) in CVBS Video in Audio L/R (cinch/RCA) in Headphone Jack 3,5 mm out Back Euro A/V connector Ext1 (RGB in, CVBS in/out) Euro A/V connector Ext2 (RGB in, S-Video in/out, CVBS in/out) Euro A/V connector Ext3 (CVBS in) Stereo Audio out (cinch) Constant/Variable level Surround sound out (cinch) Surround sound out (clickfits) Real Flat Blackline S Philips TV picture tube with invar mask gives less deformation and therefore can provide 80% more contrast than conventional picture tubes for brilliant colours and minimal reflections, even when viewing in daylight.This Real Flat tube is from the latest generation of tubes where the tube face is trully Flat.The advantages of this lie in appearance, wider viewing angle, and in bringing the picture nearer to the front of the glass for less distortion 100Hz Digital Scan Conventional Televisions scan the picture at 50 times per second (50 Hertz).This Frequency can be detected by the human eye in the form of a flickering picture. 100 Hertz sets scan the picture at 100 times per second eliminating the overall area flicker. Digital Natural Motion Philips 100hz technology produces the most stable pictures free from flickering. In our top sets this is allied to Natural Motion which solves the problem of objects juddering or losing shape when they move fast across the screen. Movements become smooth and natural. Digital CrystalClear A unique package of picture innovations including combfilter, scavem, and dynamic contrast adjustment giving natural colours, high contrast and high level of details.In Digital Crystal Clear the contrast is assessed 50 times per second to optimise the picture further. Full Active Control The tv automatically analyses the incoming signal and adjust the key picture parameters of noise, sharpness, colour, contrast and format giving the best possible at all times. In addition the tv has an ambient light sensor and adjusts the picture according to how much light is in the room. Dolby 3D Surround Using Dolby processing to create cinema surround without cables or rear speakers. 1200 Page Easytext Extremely fast access to many text pages and the ability to scroll through subpages with no wait. 2 Tuner PIP Able to show a second picture in the main picture from one of the other channels (picture in picture)
Sound Power: 60 W RMS 120 W Music Power Dolby 3D Surround Sound 6 On Board Speakers Subwoofer Graphic Equalizer Digital Signal Processing
1200 Page Text level 2.5 with Habit Watch Program Information Line NexTView Level 3 NexTView Link 2 Tuner PIP Mosaic Replay Zoom 16x
Ease of Use Installation
100 Preset channels Autostore Fine Tuning Sorting Smart ATS and ACI
Tuning System : PLL digital tuning Tuner :VHF, UHF, S-Channel, Hyperband Aerial Input : 75 ohm Coaxial TV System : See table Stereo System : See table Video Playback : NTSC 4.43/3.58
Ease of Use Utilisation
Top Controls RC 2033 (suitable for VCR/DVD/SAT/AUDIO/CD-R) Program List Smart Picture Control : Soft, Natural, Rich, Multimedia, Personal Smart Sound Control : Movie, Speech Music, Personal AVL Dual I-II Smart Clock Sleep Timer 16:9 Compress 4:3 Expand (formatter) Child Lock
Mains : AC 220-240V +/- 10% Power Consumption : 151W Normal Operation 0,34W Stand by Set Weight : 53kg Weight Incl. Packaging : 58kg Set Dimension (WxHxD) :755x590x501 mm Box Dimension (WxHxD) : 902x779x703 TV Colour : Silver Shadow (10811)
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Predecessor Chassis Introduction
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Features and specifications subject to change without notice
Your remote control 2 Preparation 3 Installation 4 Store TV channels 4 Select the menu language and country 4 Automatic installation 5 Manual installation 5 Give name 6 Reshuffle the programme list 6 Select favourite TV channels 6 Install TV setup 7-8 Keys on top of the TV 8
Use of the remote control 9-11 Use of the menus Picture menu 12 Sound menu 12-15 Features menu 16 NEXTVIEW 17-21 PiP - Picture in Picture 22 Teletext 23-24
Connect peripheral equipment
Connecting and selecting equipment 25-28 Remote control functions for peripherals 28-29 Recording 30
Tips 31 Index 31 Glossary 32
EasyLink features are based on the one touch operation approach. This means that a sequence of actions are executed at the same time in both the television and the video cassette recorder, provided both are fitted with the EasyLink function and connected with the eurocable supplied with your video recorder.
Peripherals p. 28 w selection of EXT1, EXT2, EXT3 or FRONT TV, videorecorder (VCR), DVD, Satellite (SAT), TUNER, CD, TAPE or cd-recordable (CDR) selection.
Your remote control
switch to standby p. 9
TV VCR DVD SAT
no function freeze the picture p. 9 hold teletext page p. 24 surround modes p. 9
NEXTVIEW on/off p. 9 activate your choice
MOVIE SPORT CHILD
Colour keys b teletext on/off p. 23 main menu on/off p. 12 select TV channels by theme p. 11 direct teletext page or subject selection p. 24
Audio- and video equipment p. 28-29
volume up/down p. 9 sound mute p. 9 programme selection p. 9
i 0 on screen info p. 9 previous programme p.9 video recorder/DVD function p. 9
SMART y SMART ZOOM
cursor to select your choice p. 4
U M X
Installation p. 4
bilingual choice/sound info p. 11 TXT language group selection p. 23
Teletext p. 24 U time display/subpage selection f solution to puzzles display PDC/VPS code h enlarge P reduce image noise p. 11
EasyLink p. 28 INSTANT recording start q picture format p. 11
ACTIVE SMART CONTROL SMART
Smart Controls M h a smart sound p. 10 active control p. 10 smart picture p. 10
Picture in Picture p. 22 b PiP on/off c switching screens d still picture multi screen p. 10
Place the TV on a solid surface. For ventilation, leave at least 5 cm free all around the TV. Do not place the TV on a carpet. To prevent any unsafe situations, do not place any objects on top of the TV. Avoid heat, direct sunlight and exposure to rain or water. Insert the aerial plug firmly into the aerial socket x at the back of the TV. For best picture quality use the suppressor-aerial cable supplied.
Insert the mains plug in the wall socket having a mains voltage of 220V240V. To prevent damaging the mains (AC) cord which could cause a fire or electric shock, do not place the TV on the cord. Remote control: Remove the cover of the battery compartment. Insert the 2 batteries supplied (Type R6-1,5V). Press the TV key to be sure your remote control is in the TV mode. The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy metals mercury and cadmium. Nevertheless in many countries exhausted batteries may not be disposed of with your household waste. Please check on how to dispose of exhausted batteries according to local regulations. Note: this remote control functions with TVs which use the RC6 signalling standard.
R6 / AA
Switch the TV on : Press the power switch A on the front of your TV. A green indicator on the front of the TV lights up and the screen comes on. If the indicator is red, press the - P+ keys on the remote control. The green lamp blinks every time you press a key on the remote control. When you switch on your set for the first time, the menu LANGUAGE automatically appears on the screen. The explanation appears in different languages one at a time. Choose your own language and press the OK key on the remote control. Go on to page 4.
Select the INSTALLATION menu
Open the door of the remote control. Press U and f at the same time.
To use the menus &
Use the cursor in the up/down, left/right directions to select a menu item. Press the OK key to activate. Use the key to return or to switch the menu off.
VCR DVD SAT CD TAPE CDR
Subject Subject Subject J Subject Subject Subject
return or switch main menu off select menu item activate
Store TV channels
After the new or extra TV channels have been stored, the TV automatically transfers those TV channels to the video recorder if it is equipped with the EasyLink function. The message EasyLink : Downloading. appears on the screen. The programme list of the video recorder is now the same as the one of the TV. If the TV is connected to a video recorder which supports the NEXTVIEWLink function, the TV also automatically transfers the language and country selections to the video recorder.
Select the menu language and country
J MENU TITLE INSTALLATION Menu language
First, select your language and country.
Select Menu Language and press the OK key. Select your language and press the OK key. Use the cursor up/down to scroll through the list and to bring up other languages which are not displayed on the screen at present. Select Country and press the OK key. Select the country where you are now located and press the OK key. Use the cursor up/down to scroll through the list and bring up other countries which are not displayed on the screen at present. Select Other when none of the countries applies. You can now search for and store the TV channels in two different ways: using automatic installation or manual installation (tuning-in channel by channel). Select your choice and press the OK key.
J MENU TITLE Menu language English.
J MENU TITLE Country UK.
Automatic installation Start J Stop
In the Automatic installation menu select Start and press the OK key to activate the searching. All TV channels are searched for and stored automatically. If a cable system which broadcasts ACI (Automatic Channel Installation) or a TV channel transmitting a teletext page with the frequencies and programme names of all the TV channels which can be received, is detected, the search is stopped and a programme list appears. The programme list is automatically filled with all the programme numbers and names of the TV channels transmitted. It is possible that the cable company or the TV channel displays a broadcast selection menu. Layout and items are defined by the cable company or the TV channel. Make your choice with the cursor and press the OK key. To exit from the menu press the key on the remote control. Go on to page 6.
TV is searching One moment please.
Automatic installation J Start Stop 1 BBCBBCCNN. K
Searching for and storing TV channels is done channel by channel. You must go through every step of the Manual installation menu.
Selection mode is only present and lights up if the country selected also offers the channel option (C-channels for aerial channels, S-channels for cable channels). You can choose either channel or frequency mode.
Manual installation (Selection mode) J System System K Programme no. Search Fine tune Store
Select the TV system Select the country or part of the world from where you want to receive the TV channel. If you are connected to a cable system, select your country or part of the world where you are now located. Press the cursor down and enter the programme number with the digit keys. Search for a TV channel Press the cursor left/right. The frequency or the channel number increases until a TV channel is found. Direct selection of a TV channel If you know the frequency, the C- or S-channel number, enter it directly with the digit keys 0 to 9. Ask for a list from your cable company or dealer, alternatively consult the Table of frequencies on the inside backcover of this handbook.
Fine tune In case of poor reception, you can improve the reception by adjusting the frequency with the cursor left/right. To store your TV channel, select Store and press the OK key.
& to ( to store another TV channel.
To exit from the menu press the key on the remote control.
INSTALLATION Menu Language Country Automatic installation Manual installation J Give Name name Reshuffle Favourite programmes SETUP
It is possible to change the name stored in the memory or to assign a name to a TV channel which has not yet been entered. A name with up to 5 letters or numbers can be given to the programme numbers 0 to 99. For example SUPER, BBC1,. Between 99 and 0 you can also name any peripherals that are connected to a euroconnector.
Give name EXT1 EXT2 EXT3 FRONT J BBCBBC2 3. 4. 5.
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Select Give name in the INSTALLATION menu and press the OK key. Select the programme number. Press the OK key. Select the character with the cursor up/down. Select the following position with the cursor right. Select the following character. Press the OK key when finished. Press the key to return to the INSTALLATION menu. Space, numbers and other special characters are located between Z and A.
Reshuffle the programme list
According to your preference you can change the order of the stored TV channels.
Reshuffle EXT1 EXT2 EXT3 FRONT 0 J 1 CNN 2 BBC2 3. 4. 5.
Select Reshuffle in the INSTALLATION menu and press the OK key. Select the programme number you want to exchange. Press the OK key. Select the new number you want to exchange it with. Press the OK key. Repeat the operation until all TV channels are allocated as you like. Press the key to return to the INSTALLATION menu.
Select Favourite TV channels
After leaving the installation you can browse through the TV channels by pressing the - P + keys. Only those TV channels which are in the favourite list will be displayed. Non-favourite TV channels can still be selected with the digit keys. By default all stored channels are added to the favourite list.
Favourite programmes J 4 5. No Yes Yes No No Yes
Select Favourite programmes in the INSTALLATION menu and press the OK key. Select your favourite programme number. Select Yes or No with the cursor left/right. Repeat for every TV channel you want to make a favourite or a non-favourite TV channel. Press the key to return to the INSTALLATION menu.
In order for NEXTVIEW to function properly, the first TV channel from the favourite list should also broadcast the correct local date and time via teletext.
INSTALLATION Menu language Country Automatic installation Manual installation Give name Reshuffle Favourite programmes J SETUP SETUP J Digital Sources sources Decoder/Descrambler Information line Factory settings Extra front speakers Rear speakers Auto Surround NEXTVIEW provider INSTALLATION Decoder/Descrambler J Programme Decoder status
Install TV Setup
The Setup menu allows you to adjust initial settings, i.e. those which are not related to the installation of the TV channels. The Setup menu contains items that control the settings of the TVs functions, features, services and peripherals you may have connected.
Use the cursor in the up/down, left/right directions to select the menu item. Use the OK key to activate. Use the key to return or switch menu off.
Digital sources See Connect Peripheral Equipment, p. 26 to connect your digital equipment, like a DVD, a digital satellite tuner or a similar digital device.
Press for 5 seconds to activate/de-activate the extended or reduced display of TV channel and programme information on the screen. Press briefly to display information about the selected TV channel and programme, the sound reception, picture settings, the selected DNR setting and the remaining time set with the sleeptimer.
Volume Press + or - to adjust the volume.
Mute Temporarily interrupt the sound or restore it. P
Programme selection To browse through the TV channels activated in the Favourite Programme menu.
Digit keys To select a TV channel. For a two digit programme number, enter the second digit within 2 seconds. To switch immediately to a selected one digit TV channel, keep the digit key pressed a bit longer.
0 Previous programme The previously selected TV channel is displayed. The indication is only for video recorder/DVD.
Active control Active control is a pro-active and automatic system.The TV continuously measures and corrects all incoming signals in order to provide the best picture possible.Thanks to the Ambient Light Sensor which measures the light conditions of the room in which the TV is situated, the contrast, dynamic contrast, brightness and colour picture settings are adjusted automatically. The light sensor is active when the Active control function is switched to Medium or Maximum. Press the h key repeatedly to select the Active Control values Off, Minimum, Medium or Maximum. Off Sharpness and Dynamic Contrast are controlled automatically Minimum Sharpness, Dynamic Contrast and Noise Reduction are controlled automatically. Medium Dynamic Contrast, Colour, Sharpness and Noise reduction are controlled automatically. Maximum Contrast, Dynamic Contrast, Colour, Sharpness and Noise reduction are controlled automatically. Press the cursor in the up/down direction while the selected Active Control setting information is on top of the screen. The Active Control menu appears. The picture settings are being adapted continuously and automatically. The menu items cannot be selected. Colour enhancement (skintone correction, green enhancement and blue stretch) is switched on with certain Smart Picture selections. Press the cursor in the up/down direction again to switch off the menu.
Picture in Picture Press the b key to switch PiP on or off. How to operate PiP, see p. 22.
Multi screen Press to switch on Multi screen. A menu line MOSAIC appears. Select the desired function with the cursor left/right and press the OK key. Scan: a scan of the TV channels placed in the favourite list is performed. Press the OK key again to have the continuation of the list. Photo Finish: the main picture is displayed in successive frozen picture. Press the OK key again to have a new sequence of frozen pictures. Strobe: the picture is reproduced image by image. Press the OK key again to have a faster speed.
Ste reo 3D sur rou Dol nd by 3 S ter eo
The graphical representation of the TV speakers is displayed and updated according to the selected surround mode. Speakers which are active are highlighted. 3D surround mode, which enables you to experience the effect of Dolby Surround Pro Logic, is represented by the symbol r.The menu item 3D effect appears in which the level of the 3D effect can be selected. Adjustment of the volume level of the loudspeakers The menu item Test which only appears in Dolby 3 Stereo and 3D Surround mode, enables you to have a reference of the loudness of the internal loudspeakers.
Test start Test stop Centre volume Balance 3D effect Surround mode
Select Dolby 3 Stereo or 3D Surround. Select Test start and press the OK key. A steady noise tone is switched sequentially through the loudspeakers.The loudspeakers activated light up in the screen graphic. Select Centre volume or Balance and alter the selected adjustment. Select Test stop and press the OK key when you have finished the adjustment of the speaker levels. Surround mode Select the Surround Sound mode according to the sound mode being broadcast.
3D Surround (optimal with Dolby Surround broadcasting)
Dolby 3 Stereo
3D Surround enables you to experience the effect of Dolby Surround Pro Logic without the need of having rear speakers connected. The graphical representation of the rear loudspeakers is replaced by the symbol r. Select the level of 3D effect with the cursor left/right.
Dolby 3 Stereo (optimal with Dolby Surround broadcasting)
The sound signal is now distributed over the front left, the front right and the centre loudspeaker.
Dolby Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
This mode reproduces only the left and right front sound signals. You only hear a stereo sound if the broadcast which you are receiving is transmitted in stereo or digital sound. Press the key to return to the SOUND menu. Go on with page 16.
Surround settings Test start Test stop Centre volume Balance Rear volume 3D effect Surround mode
With extra loudspeakers connected The contents of the Surround settings menu depends on the extra speakers/amplifiers connected and on the configuration settings selected in the Setup menu. See Connect Peripheral Equipment, Extra loudspeakers, p. 27 and Install TV Setup, p. 7. If no extra front or rear speakers are connected do not change the predefined factory settings of Extra Front and Rear speakers.
Ste reo 3D sur rou nd Pro Log Dol ic by 3 S ter eo
The graphical representation of the speakers is displayed on screen when controls are being changed or when in test tone mode. The drawing on screen is updated according to the chosen setup and the selected surround mode. Speakers which are active are highlighted. In 3D surround mode the graphical representation of the rear loudspeakers is replaced by the symbol r.The menu item 3D effect appears and the level of the 3D effect can be adjusted.
Test start Test stop Centre volume Balance Rear volume 3D effect Surround mode
With two extra rear surround loudspeakers connected
The menu item Test which only appears in Dolby 3 Stereo, 3D Surround mode or Pro Logic, enables you to have a reference of the internal and the rear loudspeakers loudness.
Select Dolby 3 Stereo, 3D Surround or Pro Logic. Select Test start and press the OK key. A steady noise tone is switched sequentially through the available loudspeakers, for 2 seconds each.This enables you to have a reference of the loudness of each loudspeaker. The loudspeakers activated light up in the screen graphic. Select Centre volume, Balance or Rear volume and alter the selected adjustments. Select Test stop and press the OK key when you have finished the adjustments of the speaker levels.
Select the Surround mode according to the sound mode being broadcast. 3D Surround (optimal with Dolby Surround broadcasting) 3D Surround enables you to experience the effect of Dolby Surround Pro Logic without the need of having rear speakers connected or activated. The graphical representation of the rear loudspeakers is replaced by the symbol r. Select the level of 3D effect with the cursor left/right.
Pro Logic (with Dolby Surround broadcasting) In addition to the left and right internal speakers, the centre and the rear surround loudspeakers reproduce the Dolby Surround Pro Logic sounds. This 4-channel sound is always present in the movie or programme marked with G Dolby Surround. This mode is especially recommended for such programmes or movies. Dolby Pro Logic signals are also present on some DVD tracks.
Dolby 3 Stereo (optimal with Dolby Surround broadcasting) The sound signal is now distributed over the front left, the front right and the centre TV loudspeakers. The rear loudspeakers do not produce any signal.
Hall The special sound signal is distributed over the rear loudspeakers which creates a hall effect from the rear. The centre loudspeaker does not reproduce any signal. This mode is recommended when you wish to add surround sound to a broadcast which is not encoded Dolby Surround or to a mono signal.
Stereo This mode reproduces only the left and right front sound signals. You only hear a stereo sound if the broadcast which you are watching or listening to is transmitted in stereo or nicam stereo.
With two extra front loudspeakers connected
To enhance the sound reproduction of your TV you may connect two extra front loudspeakers via an external amplifier. See Connect Peripheral Equipment, Extra loudspeakers/Amplifier, p. 27. In the Surround modes, Hall and Stereo (+ amp) is added to indicate that you should switch on your amplifier as in these modes the internal TV speakers do not produce any sound. Note: If extra front speakers are connected and selected, all internal TV speakers produce centre sound in the surround modes Pro Logic, Dolby 3 Stereo and 3D Surround.
Press the key to return to the SOUND menu.
Press the key to display/cancel the MAIN MENU. Use the cursor in the up/down direction to select the FEATURES menu. Press the cursor right to activate the selected menu. Use the cursor in the up/down direction to select a menu item. Use the cursor in the left/right directions to select the desired setting. PiP position Press the cursor left/right to move the pip picture to another corner of the screen. Sleeptimer With the sleeptimer you can set a time period after which the TV should switch itself to standby. The counter runs from Off up to 180 min. One minute before the TV is set to go to standby, the remaining seconds appear on screen.You can always switch off your set earlier or change the set time. Child lock If the child lock is on, the TV can only be switched on with the remote control.The P - and + keys on top of the TV cannot be used to select a TV channel. In this way you can prevent unauthorised use of your TV. If the message Child lock On appears, the child lock must be switched off before you can use the P - and + keys on top of the TV to select a TV channel. Subtitle TV channels with teletext often transmit certain programmes with subtitling. See Teletext, Continuous subtitles, p. 24 how to select the proper subtitle page from the teletext index. Select Subtitle On or Off. Press the key to switch off the Features menu.
Monday 9 Oct 18:03 Menu Day Channel Theme Overview CNN BBC1 BBC2 Record Remind Info Watch BBC1 Whats on now Preview Themes Ratings
Menu Day Channel Theme Overview BBC1 BBC2 p.202 p 01 02. Record Remind Info Watch BBC1. 226/3. 231
11.03 14.35 17.50
Enter the proper programme guide page number with the digit keys or with the P + keys. Press the cursor left/right to run through the subpages. Select a programme with the cursor up/down. Press one of the colour keys to select one of the basic functions (if available); record, remind, watch, info. See Basic functions further on. Press the OK key to return to the header area again.
Select a programme with the cursor up/down. Press one of the colour keys to select one of the basic functions (if available); record, remind, watch, info. See Basic functions further on. Press the OK key to return to the header area again.
Menu Day Channel Theme Overview BBC 2 p.202 p 01 02. Record Remind Info Watch BBC 2. 226/3. 231 One moment please
TV channels which broadcast teletext also transmit a page with the programme guide of the day. For each selected TV channel the programme guide page can be selected with the key: - automatically if the selected TV channel supports services like PDC (Programme Delivery Control) or MIP (Magazine Inventory Page). - if automatic pre-selection is not possible then the index page is displayed and the proper programme guide page number of the selected TV channel has to be entered with the digit keys. The programme guide page will be stored automatically only if it satisfies Video Programming via Teletext (VPT) requirements. Every time you press the key, the programme guide page of the selected TV channel will be available if the TV channel does not support NEXTVIEW. The function items record, remind, info and watch, corresponding with the coloured keys, become highlighted if the displayed programme page satisfies the Video Programming via Teletext (VPT) requirements. Select a programme item and press one of the function keys, e.g. Record or Remind. See Basic functions further on. The Info item is enabled if the selected programme contains a page number with an optional subcode referring to a page with more info about the programme.
Decoder and video recorder Connect a eurocable 4 to your decoder and to the special euroconnector of your video recorder. See also the video recorder handbook. See Define Decoder/Descrambler prog. numbers, p. 7. You can also connect your decoder directly to EXTERNAL 1 or 2 with a eurocable.
Video recorder and other equipment (except Digital Sources)
Connect the aerial cables 1, 2 and 3 as shown opposite. Better picture quality can be obtained if you also connect eurocable 5 to EXTERNAL 2 and a eurocable 4 to EXTERNAL 1 or 3. Look for the test signal of your peripheral in the same way as you do for a video recorder. When a video recorder is connected to EXTERNAL 1 you can only record a programme from your TV. Only when a video recorder is connected to EXTERNAL 2 it is possible to record a programme from your TV as well as from other connected equipment. See Record with your video recorder, p. 30. Note: EXTERNAL 1 can handle CVBS and RGB, EXTERNAL 2 CVBS,Y/C and RGB, EXTERNAL 3 only CVBS.
Camera & camcorder &
Connect your camera or camcorder to sockets at the right side of your TV. Connect the equipment to VIDEO 2 and AUDIO L 3 for mono equipment. Press the X key repeatedly to select the sound coming from one or both loudspeakers of your TV.
IO AUD O VIDE EO SVID
For stereo equipment also connect AUDIO R 3. S-VHS quality with an S-VHS camcorder is obtained by connecting the S-VHS cables with the S-VIDEO input 1 and AUDIO inputs 3.
Digital equipment (DVD, digital satellite tuner,.)
Connect your digital equipment with a eurocable 1 to one of the euroconnectors (EXT1, EXT2 or EXT3), or with a cinch cable to the VIDEO input at the right side of the TV (see illustration above).
Press U and f at the same time.
INSTALLATION Menu language Country Automatic installation Manual installation Give name Reshuffle Favourite programmes J SETUP SETUP J Digital Sources sources Decoder/Descrambler Information line Factory settings Extra front speakers Rear speakers Auto Surround NEXTVIEW provider INSTALLATION
Select Digital sources in the Setup menu of the INSTALLATION menu and select: None if you have no digital source connected, EXT1, EXT2 or EXT3 if you have connected your equipment to a euroconnector, FRONT in case you connected to the right side of the TV. Press the key to switch off all menus. Note: the low quality of some digital picture material may be the cause of digital image distortion. In this case select Eco under the SMART PICTURE a key on the remote control as this setting is intended to improve distorted picture quality.
Insert the plug into the headphone socket L at the right side of the TV. Press on the remote control to switch off the internal loudspeakers of the TV. The headphone impedance must be between 8 and 4000 Ohm. The headphone socket has a 3.5 mm jack. In the SOUND menu select Headphone volume to adjust the headphone volume.
- No information See Acquisition and updating of NEXTVIEW information, p. 21. No solution Switch your TV off and then on again once. Never attempt to repair a defective TV yourself. Check with your dealer or call a TV technician.
End of life directives Philips is paying a lot of attention to producing environmentally-friendly in green focal areas.Your new TV contains materials which can be recycled and reused. At the end of its life specialised companies can dismantle the discarded TV to concentrate the reusable materials and to minimise the amount of materials to be disposed of. Please ensure you dispose of your old TV according to local regulations.
How to dispose of dead batteries? The batteries supplied do not contain the heavy metals mercury and cadmium. Nevertheless in many countries dead batteries may not be disposed of with your household waste. Please ensure you dispose of dead batteries according to local regulations.
a ACI, 5 active control, 10 automatic installation, 5 b bilingual broadcast, 11 c camcorder, 26 centre volume, 13 child lock, 16 continuous subtitles, 24 country, 4 d decoder/descrambler, 7 digital options, 12 digital sources, 26 DNR, 11 dolby 3 stereo, 15 dolby surround settings, 13 DVD, 29 dynamic contrast, 12 e easy text, 23 eurocable, 25 f factory settings, 7 favourite programmes, 6 freeze, 9 frequency, 5 front speakers, 7 g give name, 6 graphic equalizer, 12 h hall (+ amp), 15 headphone, 26 hue, 12 i info on screen, 9 information line, 7 interrupt the sound, 9 l language, 4 m manual installation, 5 menu language, 4 multi screen, 10 n natural motion, 12 NEXTVIEW, 17 NEXTVIEW provider, 8 nicam, 11 p photo finish, 10 picture adjustments, 12 picture format, 11 pip - picture in picture, 22 pip-position, 16 programme selection, 9 Pro Logic, 15 r rear speakers, 14 recording, 30 reshuffle, 6 s satellite receiver, 29 scan, 10 search for TV channels, 5 setup, 7 sleeptimer, 16 smart picture and sound, 10 sound adjustments, 12 stereo, 11 stereo (+ amp), 15 store TV channels, 4 strobe, 10 subtitle, 16 surround mode, 15 S-VHS, 30 switch TV on, 3 t teletext, 23 v video recorder, 25 volume, 9 3D effect, 13 3D surround, 15
Tips & Index
100 Hz 100 Hertz provides a superior solution to the problem of picture flicker which is particularly noticeable with larger screen sizes. In a conventional TV, the picture area is scanned 50 times a second (50 Hertz) a frequency which is still detectable by the human eye in the form of a flickering picture. In 100 Hertz sets, the picture area is scanned at a rate of 100 times per second (100 Hertz). At this frequency, the eye cannot detect flicker, resulting in a clearer picture which is more relaxing to the eye. Dolby Surround Pro Logic Literally wraps you in 4-channel sound. it brings your favourite movies to life with all the realism and impact of cinema sound as though you are part of the action. Smart Picture and Sound Controls Keys on the remote control to select predefined picture and sound settings. Sleeptimer Function with which you can set a time period after which the TV should switch itself to standby.
Easy Link Digital intelligent ESI bus-system between TV and VCR (Scart connection required). Turns source selection and control into a one-button operation.
Automatic Channel Installation (ACI) Automatically installs all TV channels in the same order as offered by your cable company, provided of course that the data is transmitted. It also automatically includes programme number and programme name. With ACI, channel installation is fully automatic, simple and fast.
Easy Text Teletext memory that automatically memorises Teletext pages and gives you instant access to them.
Picture Freeze TV mode which allows you to freeze a certain image in order to study a specific detail at ease, e.g. to make notes of certain programme information like phone numbers.
Euroconnector A 21-pin connector system enabling you to simply connect various types of audio/video and computer equipment.
Child Lock Feature to prevent unauthorised use of your TV.
Menu On-screen display of functions and facilities in a well-organised survey, which you can select using your remote control.
Teletext See also Easy Text WST:World Standard Teletext. FLOF: Full Level one Features. System applied by the BBC, RVE. that provides a fast access to the teletext pages. TOP:Table of (Teletext) Pages. German system for an easy access to the teletext pages.
Digital Scan If you look at a television screen you will see small imperfections in the picture caused by line vibration. Digital Scan (an internal process) removes interline flicker. When combined with 100 Hz, you will see a totally stable image.
DNR Digital Noise Reduction. By encoding signals digitally in 100 Hz sets, it is possible to clean up picture noise.This is especially beneficial in poor signal areas and when viewing poor quality video tapes.
is a new feature to assist the TV and VCR user in selecting the programmes she or he likes to watch from a television programme guide on the screen. It enables the user to see a description of every programme, and mark interesting programmes to be reminded (auto TV on) or recorded (NEXTVIEWLink video recorder required).
Tint TV-function to modify the general colour balance between cool and warm and to adjust it according to your personal preference.
NTSC The broadcasting system used in the USA, Japan and parts of South America and Southeast-Asia.
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