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|peteo||4:00pm on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|Good product if a bit bulky This is a really good product for those with limited TV points around their house.|
|beryllium||9:57am on Saturday, May 29th, 2010|
|Too many problems with wireless internet and intermittent connections. This product certainly works. Philips Wireless TV Link I bought this item as I wanted to provide a tv link in one of the bedrooms without the need for wires. PHILIPS SLV5400 - Video / TV Sender I was looking for a Video sender to send Sky+ TV images and audio to my TV in my bedroom upstairs.|
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Philips Wireless TV link
Share your satellite & subscription TV channels
Connect up to 4 devices to this Wireless TV Link and watch any one of them without having to swap cables. Switch from one to the other device with the remote control unit supplied.
Watch and listen anywhere! Watch any video device on a 2nd TV Connect 4 devices simultanously Choose between four video devices to watch on your 2nd TV Works with DVD+RW/ DVD/ VCR / set-top box, and many more Compatible with most video devices and brands Operate your TV entertainment anywhere! Access to 4 devices at the press of a button Device can be operated in a closed cabinet Record any input source no matter what you are watching Simple set-up and easy to use Less clutter, less fuss and no cable laying or drilling Wireless signal passes through walls and ceilings
Wireless TV link
Antenna location: Picture & sound: Internal, RC extender: External Frequency range: picture & sound: 2.4 GHz RC extender: 433 MHz MHz TV system: PAL, SECAM Typical range indoor: 15-30 m Typical range outdoor: 100 m Remote control extender Supported IR carrier frequency: 32-57 KHz Temperature (operation): +5C to +35C Transmitter dimensions (W x H x D): 270 x 146 x 62 mm
Watch any device on a 2nd TV The wireless link uses standard SCART and cinch plugs that are used by almost every brand of audio/video devices. If you device has one of these standard connectors it works with the wireless link Connect 4 devices The easy way to switch between your DVD player, satellite receiver, VCR or set-top box without having to reconfigure your entire home cinema set-up. The wireless TV link has four separate inputs, each with its own SCART connector, to allow you to connect up to four devices. Choose 1 of 4 devices to watch The easy way to switch between your DVD player, satellite receiver, VCR or set-top box without having to reconfigure your entire home cinema set-up. The wireless TV link has four separate inputs, each with its own SCART connector, to allow you to connect up to four devices. Works with DVD and many more Extend your possibilities for viewing movies, sports events, live performances and a range of TV channels anywhere in your home. The wireless TV link is suitable for transmission of AV content of all brands of PayTV and Pay-per-View decoders, satellite receivers, set-top boxes, DVD players, VCRs and camcorders. Works on almost all brands The wireless link uses standard SCART and cinch plugs that are used by almost every brand of audio/video devices. One touch access to 4 devices There's no need to swap cables at the transmitter to view any video device on the second TV. Simple press the input selection button to switch from input device. Operates in closed cabinet If you store your audio/video devices in a cabinet, you cannot operate these devices with a normal IR remote control. The Philips wireless remote control link allows you to operate these devices with the cabinet doors closed thanks to an RF-based link that picks up the infrared signals of a remote control and translates them into RF. The receiver unit then translates them back to IR. Record sources independently You can record any A/V input source - regardless of what you are watching on your main TV or on your second TV - thanks to this record function. You simply instruct the transmitter box which device should be recorded on your VCR or DVD-R. Wireles means no drilling A 2.4 GHz wireless link between the receiver and transmitter means you don't have to lay cables or drill holes through walls. Wireless goes through walls There's no need to buy or rent duplicate A/V equipment. The wireless RF system extends your possibilities for viewing DVD movies and your favorite Satellite or TV channels anywhere in your home. With a range of up to 30 meters inside the house, it delivers high-quality video and stereo audio no matter where your second TV is located.
Power consumption: 15 W Power supply: AC/DC Adapter, 220-240V
AC/DC Adaptor: 2x 12VDC, 500mA Remote control: Slim Card, with Batteries
SCART 1: CVBS in, Audio L+R in SCART 2: CVBS in, Audio L+R in SCART 3: CVBS in, Audio L+R in, RGB in SCART 4: RGB, CVBS in/out, Audio L+R in/out SCART Out: RGB, CVBS out, Audio L+R out Audio out: RCA Stereo (Red/White)
Receiver dimensions (W x H x D): 146 x 146 x 62 mm
SCART out: CVBS out, Audio L+R out
Issue date 2009-01-21 Version: 3.0.8
2009 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com
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Wireless TV Link
WIRELESS TV LINK RECEIVER
Control and display elements
Your Wireless TV Link Safety Installation Operation
Enjoy your Wireless TV Link Use additional features
Health and safety Maintenance and service Recycling and disposal Warranty Glossary
1 On/off switch 2 Power light: > red: standby > green: on > blinking: remote control signalling 3 RECORD SOURCE button 4 Link source indication lights 5 TV1 SOURCE button 6 AUTO light 7 Integrated remote control blaster light 8 TV1 source indication display 9 Antenna 10 SCART ports: > 1-SAT/STB > 2-AUX > 3-DVD (for RGB signals) > 4-VCR/DVD recorder (for RGB signals) 11 Wireless channel selection switch 12 Power input connector (DC 12V) 13 AUDIO OUT connectors (red/white) 14 SCART port for TVRemote control blaster cord port
16 On/off switch 17 Power light > red: standby > green: on > blinking: remote control signalling 18 Source selector buttons (+/-) 19 Integrated remote control blaster light 20 Antenna 21 Wireless channel selection switch 22 SCART port for TVPower input connector (DC 12V)
C Remote control G Remote control blaster cord
24 Connector 25 Blaster light
Your Wireless TV Link
You can say good-bye to wires. With your Wireless TV Link you can now wirelessly connect a second TV and choose between four devices to watch on your second TV.
Read the instructions in this manual carefully before you connect, install and use the product. Keep this manual for future reference. The product is for indoor use only. Do not use the product close to water. Do not expose the product to extreme heat. In case of technical difficulties, do not open the product. Bring it to your Philips dealer. Do not cover the product. Connect the power adapters only to a 220-240 V AC/50 Hz power supply. The product can cause interference to other equipment. Check if any equipment near the product can be affected before you start using it.
For basic installation, see the quick start guide that came with your Wireless TV Link.
Install the remote control blaster cord
1 Switch off the transmitter (A).
SLV5400 WIRELESS TV LINK TRANSMITTER
2 Connect the remote control blaster cord (G) to the IR port. 3 Position the blaster light in front of the video source. See the user manual of the video source for the exact location of the IR sensor on the front panel.
Switch on the transmitter (A). Take the remote control of a video source with you. Go to TV2. Switch on TV2.
Switch on the receiver (B). Select the correct SCART input on TV2. Operate the video source with its remote control. If necessary, repeat the steps 3 to 10 for the other video sources.
Remove interference on TV2
L Channel 1234 DC 12V
1 Find the CHANNEL switch on the transmitter (A). 2 Set the CHANNEL switch to different number.
CHANNEL 3 4
3 Find the CHANNEL switch on the receiver (B). 4 Set the CHANNEL switch to the same number as on the transmitter.
Enjoy your Wireless TV Link
For basic operation, see the quick start guide that came with your Wireless TV Link.
Watch a cable TV program on TV2
Your VCR or DVD recorder needs to be connected to the transmitter (A) of the Wireless TV Link and connected to the Cable-TV signal. 1 Switch on the transmitter (A). 2 Switch on the VCR or DVD recorder. 3 Take the remote control of the VCR or DVD recorder with you. 4 Go to TV2. 5 Switch on TV2. 6 Switch on the receiver (B).
7 Press + or - on the receiver (B) to select the VCR or DVD recorder; or: press 4 on the remote control (C). 8 Select the channel on the VCR or DVD recorder with its remote control. Turn off the auto standby mode when you use the VCR or DVD recorder to watch a cable tv program. Refer to the user manual of the VCR or DVD recorder.
If the VCR or DVD recorder records a television program, you watch the recorded channel.
Watch a video source on TV1
Either: automatic Operate TV1 and the video source as usual. Or: manual 1 Switch on the transmitter (A). 2 Switch on TV1. 3 Select the correct SCART input on TV1.
4 Select the video source with TV1 SOURCE; or: press + or - on the remote control (C). 5 Switch on the video source. 6 Operate the video source with its remote control.
Use additional features
Use VCR/DVD recorder features
SELECT SAT/STB 1 AUX 2 DVD PLAYER 3 CONNECT 4-VCR/DVD RECORDER
1 Select a video source with SELECT. > The signal of the video source is connected to the VCR/DVD recorder. 2 Select the correct SCART input on the VCR or DVD recorder. 3 Push RECORD on the VCR or DVD recorder. 4 Push PLAY on the video source. > The VCR or DVD recorder now records the image of the video source.
Sound through your audio amplifier
1 Take an audio cable (red and white plugs). 2 Plug the connectors of one end into the AUDIO OUT connectors on the transmitter (A). 3 Plug the connectors of the other end into the AUDIO IN connectors of your amplifier.
Be responsible Respect copyrights
The making of unauthorised copies of copy-protected material, including computer programmes, files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a criminal offence. This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
Problem Tip No image or wrong Make sure video sources are connected to the transmitter (A). image on TV1 Make sure the transmitter (A) is connected to TV1. Make sure SCART cables are firmly inserted. Make sure the video source is switched on. Make sure the correct SCART input on TV1 is selected. Select the correct video source with TV1 source. See page 8. No image or wrong Make sure SCART cables are firmly inserted. image on TV2 Make sure the receiver (B) is connected to TV2. Make sure both receiver (B) and transmitter (A) are switched on. Make sure the video source is switched on. Make sure the correct SCART input on TV2 is selected. Select the correct video source with +/- on the receiver (B). If the video source gives proper image on TV1: Make sure the video source gives video signal in CVBS mode. See its user manual Change the wireless channel that is used for communication. See page 7. The receiver (B) is out of range of the transmitter (A). The number of walls and ceilings in between the receiver (B) and transmitter (A) restrict the distance.
Problem Tip Interference in the Slightly change the position of the receiver (B) or the transmitter (A). image on TV2 Change the wireless channel that is used for communication. See page 7. The receiver (B) is out of range of the transmitter (A). The number of walls and ceilings in between the receiver (B) and transmitter (A) restrict the distance. The video sources Point the remote control directly to the receiver (B). do not respond to the remote con- Replace the batteries of the remote controls with new ones. trol commands Install the remote control blaster from TV2 cord (G). See page 6. The maximum operating distance of the remote control is 5 m. The image of the Turn off the auto standby mode of the video source. See its user video source dismanual. appears on TV2 Follow the instructions to reconnect the video sources. See the quick start guide. Slightly change the position of the Buzzing sound receiver or the transmitter until when you use the the buzzing sound stops. remote control. Sometimes it is not possible to solve the problem. Black and white Check if the SCART connector of the S-VHS VCR gives signal in image with S-VHS CVBS. See its user manual. VCR. Cannot record a DVD or video tape.
Check if you used full-wired SCART cables. DVD or video tape is copyright protected.
Health and safety
The product transmits and receives radio waves when it is switched on. The product complies with the standards that are defined for it. The quality of the image can be influenced by the use of microwave ovens. Other wireless systems (Bluetooth, wireless networks etc.) can also have influence on the quality of the image. The product is based on RF technology. Therefore the product can suffer from the same kinds of interference as GSMs, portable radios and other RF-based products.
Maintenance and service
If your product is defective and needs repair, but your warranty period has expired, you can consult our specialists (see the rear page)
Recycling and disposal
All redundant packaging material has been omitted. Your set consists of materials that can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, batteries and old equipment.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means 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. The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
One year limited warranty
For 12 month from the date of purchase the manufacturer repairs or replaces any faulty product free of charge, subject to proof of purchase, provided the fault has not been caused by improper handling or use, and provided the product has not been damaged, whether as a result of an accident or of repair by others than the manufacturer.
CVBS Easylink Video standard for showing colors on a TV. Gives a VCR or DVD recorder the possibility to automatically take over the preset programming of the TV. Separate connectors to connect audio or video equipment. Technology based on radio frequency, used for wireless connections. Single connector to easily connect audio and video equipment.
RCA RF technology SCART
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We , Philips Consumer Electronics B.V., P&A CC: Building SBP6
P.O.Box 80002, 5600 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
declare under our responsibility that the electrical product: Philips
SLV5400 -/00 -/05 ( Tx: SLV5400 -/00-T ; Rx: SLV5400 -/00-R )
(type or model)
Wireless TV link
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards: EN part 1&2, (2001-9). EN 300 220-1 v1.3.1 EN 301 489-1 V1.2.1 EN 301 489-3 V1.2.1 EN 60065:1998 ed.6 EN 60950:2000
(title and/or number and date of issue of the standards)
following the provisions of 1999/5/EC ( R&TTE Directive) and is produced by a manufacturing organisation on ISO 9000 level.
(signature, name and function)
K.Rysman Approbation manager
See page 10
Online help: www.philips.com/support Helpline
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Specifcations are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. 2005 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved. www.philips.com DFU-SLV5400-AEN-V1.0
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