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Twenty-first century technology is making home theater componentsand yes, that starts with the television desirable and affordable
fter we asked suppliers for information about home theater products, we thought perhaps we had erred in wording our request: Everything we got in return had a television featured prominently. So many TVs, in fact, that we wondered where all the other equipment was. As it turns out, the suppliers were right on the money. The television, of course, is the centerpiece of the home theater. The display device is by definition something youre going to use to watch movies, as opposed to watching Oprah, says Andrew Singer, proprietor of high-end audio shop Sound by Singer in New York. That, he says, should form the primary purchase in a home theater setup. Decide what you want, he says, and get the best you can afford. Deserving recipients certainly wont argue with such a sophisticated award designed for maximum enjoyment. But the array of choice in todays marketplace can pose a dilemma for purchasers. For example, there is the choice between plasma sets and projection sets. Plasma screens are available up to 65 inches, but projection sets can be virtually unlimited in size. Unless youre going to buy that Imax Theater a deserving colleague mentioned as a preferred incentive, chances are youll want to keep things fairly simple. Most programs will allow achievers to choose their own reward;
in the event its a television, consult with the recipient ahead of time. That can avoid a disappointing choice, one that overwhelms the room (rear-projection units can be up to 20 inches deep; plasma units tend to be much flatter), or isnt right for their viewing purposes. The home theater setup comprises many components, and the average consumer can hardly be faulted for not grasping its increasing complexity. For example, surround-sound systems now have seven channels, up from five just a couple of years ago. Singer suggests carefully assessing needs before buying. Rewards earners should be good consumers first: People need to ask, What do I want this thing to do? Singer says. Is it for movies? Or do I just want to listen to music? Ken Emmer, a Somerset, New Jersey-based consultant, says that its rare for companies to build incremental programs that would encompass, say, a television, followed by a receiver or speakers. People tend to earn it all right away, he says. That makes so-called home-theater-ina-box a reasonable choice. It has common appeal, says Dan Hodgson, senior vice president for electronics retailer Crutchfield. The simplicity gives people the choice of one package. On the other hand, gift cards give the recipient an opportunity to shop for something more sophisticated. Jonathan Pont
PANASONIC 42-INCH PLASMA SCREEN TV
You might say this television covers the whole picture, starting with its built-in HDTV tuner that lets you enjoy anything in rich detail, whether it be sports, movies, or concerts. Even so, youll notice something missing: the cable box. Thats because this model (TH42PD25U/P) holds a chip-embedded card that can take the place of the box (call your local cable company to see if they offer the card). Another notable feature: the HighDefinition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), a new standard that combines high-definition video and multi-channel audio connectivity in a single cable. (201) 392-6198
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JVC HIGH DEFINITION REAR PROJECTION TV
This is the latest in high-definition viewing from JVC. The 52inch set (HD-52Z575) incorporates digital microchip technology which significantly improves resolution capability. Colors are processed through a four-point management system where each is adjusted separately for superior reproduc- $ 4,499 tion. The natural progressive feature improves picture quality by doubling the amount of image data, and eliminates undesirable elements, like image trails. Viewers are left with only a clear, crisp picture. Shown here with JVC home-theaterin-a-box components and speakers (QP-F80AL). Available through Mar-San. (773) 583-5700
Enjoy crystal-clear sound from this surround-sound receiver, a virtual workhorse for quality sound from any source. Plenty of power here: 120 watts for seven channels. Other features: Dolby Digital EX decoding and three HDTV-compatible component video inputs. A programmable remote control with backlighting is included. Available through Rymax Marketing. (800) 379-8073 x3235
DENON DVD PLAYER
Denon says this unit features the following: HDMI (HighDefinition Multimedia Interface) digital link, SRS TruSurround, and CD/CD-R/RW/DVD-R/RW/MP3/JPEG playback. It is also equipped with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS, DVD-Audio, and SACD decoders. We say: Alfred Hitchcocks North by Northwest probably never looked or sounded better. Available through Rymax Marketing. (800) 379-8073 x3235
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PHILIPS 42 PIXEL PLUS 2 PLASMA DISPLAY(42PF9976/17)
For most recipients, three words should be sufficient: flat, slim, and wide. But this plasma television boasts Philips Ambilight technology that promises sharper detail, a brighter picture, and more contrast. Table-top stand and wall mounts (included) leave the choice of placement up to the recipient. Model number 42PF9976/17. Available through Almo Corporation. (215) 698-4209
RCA HOME THEATER MUSIC JUKEBOX
Make your TV work for you. Thats just one idea behind this system. It integrates a 40 GB hard driveample room for an extensive digital library of musicwith your television. View all the information you need about the music on your television. Beyond that, its the centerpiece for the party a deserving employee is certain to throw after setting it up. Plus, the unit is compatible with many MP3 players, making file transfer a snap. Available from Thomson Inc. (RCA/GE) (800) 486-2258
RCA HD DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDER SET-TOP BOX
Go ahead, make their day: Make digital recording a part of the companys incentive choices. Here, RCA shows the way with its 80 GB set-top box. Record and pause live television: Capacity is 40 hours for standard-definition television, nine hours for high-definition. The ultimate tool of convenience and enjoyment! Available from Thomson Inc. (RCA/GE) (800) 486-2258
SONY 60-INCH XBR GRAND WEGA LCD REAR PROJECTION HDTV
This set is huge, and why wouldnt it be? It features a built-in tuner for its high-definition capability, making a set-top box unnecessary. The picture is understandably the dominant feature of this set. Devices include a processor to optimize the image before it is visible, and Sonys Cinemotion technology, to ensure smooth viewing of fast-moving pictures. Model number KDF-60XBR950. (800) 833-6302
PHILIPS MX6000I/37 WIRELESS HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
We certainly understand the appeal of the personal computer and how it relates to the enjoyment of music. Thats why we think this item is particularly appealing: With the benefit of wireless technology, you can meld Internet entertainment and media with traditional high-fidelity audio and video, like a five-disc changer compatible with numerous formats (DVD and MP3). One-button access to your PC (and visible on your television) lets you have the world at your fingertips. Requires broadband internet access to work properly. Available through Almo Corporation. (215) 698-4209
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PHILIPS CINEOS WIDESCREEN HDTV MONITOR
This 55 TV is slim, lightweight and delivers a superior picture by using state-of-the-art technology that generates the image on the screen. Wrapped in a slim, stylish lightweight design, the Cineos gives you the picture screen size of a traditional big screen TV without the bulk. Available from Almo Corporation. RS #325 (215) 698-4209
BOSE 3.2.1 GS SERIES II DVD HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
This premium system features pretty much anything a recipient would want in a home theater system. The components include: progressive scan DVD/CD player (also capable of playing MP3 files on CD, CD-R , or CD-RW), AM/FM tuner. Speakers include the smallest and most powerful Bose has: Gemstone speaker arrays and the Hideaway Acoustimass module, which delivers much of the home theater experience that other systems use five speakers to create. Available through Incentive Concepts. (888) 862-9283
Wireless Home Entertainment System
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Mains plug This apparatus is tted with an approved 13 Amp plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
Hereby, Philips Consumer Electronics, BCU Audio Video Entertainment, declares that this product MX6000i is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
1 Remove fuse cover and fuse. 2 Fix new fuse which should be a BSAmp, A.S.T.A. or
BSI approved type.
3 Ret the fuse cover.
If the tted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug tted in its place. If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp. Note:The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp socket elsewhere. How to connect a plug The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following code: blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L).
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As these colours may not correspond with the colour markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or coloured black. Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or coloured green (or green and yellow). Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over the two wires.
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA Si dichiara che lapparecchio MX6000i Philips risponde alle prescrizioni dellart. 2 comma 1 del D. M. 28 Agosto 1995 n. 548. Fatto a Eindhoven Philips Consumer Electronics Philips, Glaslaan JB Eindhoven,The Netherlands
General information Supplied accessories 5 Setup 5 Maintenance 5 Disc handling 5 Environmental information 5 Remote control Inserting the batteries 6 Using the remote control 6 Using the remote control to control a Philips TV 6 Controls 8 Connections 9 Connecting Assembling of the speakers 10 Mounting the front speakers on the subwoofers 10 Mounting the mini speaker stands on the rear speakers 10 Mounting the rear speakers on the wall 10 Positioning of the speakers and the subwoofers 10 Connecting the speakers and the subwoofers 11 How to use the click t connectors 11 Connecting the tuner antennas 11 Connecting the FM antenna 11 Connecting the MW antenna 11 Connecting the TV 12 Using Euro SCART 12 Using Composite Video (CVBS) 12 Using S-Video 12 Connecting audio equipment 13 Connections for playback 13 Connection for digital or analogue recordings 13 Connecting to power supply 14 Switching on the system 14 Selecting a source 14 Switching to Eco Power standby 14 Settings for the TV Check if you see a picture 15 If your TV supports RGB input signals 15 TV Audio Input 15 TV Shape 16 Volume and sound Adjusting the Volume 17 Adjusting Bass,Treble, Loudness and ClearVoice 17 Listening through Headphones 17 Adjusting the Surround Sound 17 Internet and PC Link General information on INTERNET and PC LINK 18 Requirements to use Internet media services 18 Requirements to use PC LINK 18 How to ensure a good wireless connection 18 Network name (SSID) 18 WEP encryption 18 Before connecting 19 A) Wireless home network with a wireless router 19 B) PC with a wireless network card or with a wireless USB adapter 21 C) Wired home network with a router 22 D) PC only with a network interface (Ethernet) card 23 Registration 24 About My.Philips.com 24 Reviewing and changing network settings 24 Internet services 25 PC LINK 25 Using the coloured multifunction buttons SUBTITLE, ANGLE, ZOOM and AUDIO 26 INFO! 26 Favourites FAVORITES 26 Adding a service to your favourites 26 Accessing your favourites 26 Recently used media services RECENT 27 Multiple users USER 27 Adding a new user 27 Selecting a user 27 Removing a user 27 Disc General Information 28 Playable Discs 28 Region Codes 28 Available disc Features 28 Disc Playback 29 Selecting next disc 29 Resume 29 Chapter Preview 29 Chapter/track selection 30 Forward and Reverse Searching 30 Searching in the System Menu 30 Time Search 30 Fast, Slow 31 Still Picture/Frame-by-Frame Playback 31 Repeat 31 Shufe 31 Program 32 Programming tracks/chapters/titles 32 Playing a programme 32 Reviewing / Deleting programmed tracks 32 Clearing the entire programme 32 English
Do not use old and new or different types of batteries in combination. Remove batteries if they are empty or if the remote control will not be used for a long time. Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of properly.
Using the remote control
1 Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor of
the Streamium System.
2 Select the source you wish to control by pressing one of
the source buttons on the remote control, e. g.TV,TUNER.
3 Next, select the desired function, e. g. 2OK.
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Using the remote control to control a Philips TV
When TV is selected, the remote control will control some functions on your Philips TV, e. g. 09 select a TV channel, SYSTEM MENU switches the system menu of the TV on/off, 1, 2, 3, 4 navigate in the system menu, S, T select the previous/next TV channel, 9 exits the system menu of the TV, MUTE mutes the sound on the TV, INFO! switches TV text on/off. To control the TV, aim the remote control directly at the TV.
switches the set to standby.To activate the set, press any source button. (to enter a number with two or more digits, press 09 repeatedly within 2 seconds) English
2 source buttons
INTERNET connects to the Internet PC LINK connects to the PC DVD selects disc 15. Press repeatedly. TV plays the TV sound on the Streamium System. TUNER selects FM or AM radio: Press repeatedly. AUX selects AUX DIGITAL or AUX ANALOG. Press repeatedly.
@ 09 to enter numbers 09 and characters # SURROUND
selects the different sound settings: multi-channel surround, Hall or stereo mode.
INTERNET, PC LINK: displays the last 20 items played
selects an active user
VIEW FAVORITES INTERNET,TUNER: shows your favourite Internet media services and radio stations (UN)MARK FAVORITES INTERNET,TUNER: marks and unmarks favourites DVD: selects an audio channel (e. g. a different language) during playback of a DVD or (Super) Video CD, INTERNET, PC LINK: multifunction button
switches the speakers sound off or on again. TV: switches the sound on the TV off/on.
INTERNET, PC LINK: requests on-line information about the currently playing item through e-mail (if available).
5 AUDIO (blue button)
selects the different repeat modes (depending on the media type); switches repeat mode off.
7 VIDEO OUT/S-VIDEO
connect to the S-Video input of the TV
8 to TV
connect to the SCART socket of the TV
9 ANTENNA / AM
connect the MW loop antenna
2 SUB-W LEFT, SUB-W RIGHT
connect the left and right subwoofers
0 ANTENNA / FM
connect the FM antenna cable
3 AUX IN L, R
connect to the left and right analogue audio outputs of external equipment (e. g. tape deck,VCR, )
! MAINS ~
After all other connections have been made, connect the mains cable to the wall socket.
4 TV IN L, R
connect to the left and right AUDIO OUT of the TV
connect to router, broadband Internet or PC
5 LINE OUT L, R
connect to the left and right analogue audio inputs of external equipment (e. g. tape deck, )
# DIGITAL OUT
connect to the digital coaxial input of digital equipment
6 VIDEO OUT/CVBS
connect to the Composite Video input of the TV
$ DIGITAL IN
connect to the digital coaxial output of digital equipment
Before starting with the connections, make sure all equipment you want to connect as well as the Streamium System are disconnected from the mains supply.
Before you make the connections make sure the set is not connected to the mains supply.
Mounting the rear speakers on the wall
Assembling of the speakers
You can use the subwoofers as speaker stands for the front or for the rear speakers.The following text describes the setup of the subwoofers in the front. Mounting the front speakers on the subwoofers
1 Attach the supplied bracket rmly to the rear of the rear
speaker using the supplied screws.
2 Hook the speaker carefully on a screw in the wall, using the
hole in the bracket.
1 Connect the speaker cables to the connectors on the
Press STANDBY-ON on the Streamium System or 2 on the remote control. The STANDBY-ON button will light up on the system. The display screen will go blank. Note:The Streamium System will switch to Standby automatically after 20 minutes of no activities, if Sleep timer is switched on in the System Menu and DVD or INTERNET are selected.
Settings for the TV
The following optimise the connection between the Streamium System and the TV. To play the sound of the TV on the Streamium System, please select the socket on the Streamium System (Scart or AUDIO / TV IN) to which you connected the TV. English
TV Audio Input
Check if you see a picture
Switch on your TV. Press AUX on the remote control. Next, press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control. If necessary set the TV to the correct audio/video channel for the Streamium System. Such channels may be called AUX or AUXILIARY IN, AUDIO/VIDEO or A/V IN, EXT1, EXT2 or EXTERNAL IN, These channels are often near channel 00. The system menu of the Streamium System should appear on the TV.
Press AUX on the remote control. Next, press SYSTEM MENU. Use 1, 2, 3 or 4 to select Audio TV Audio Input. Press 3 or 4 to select SCART: if you did not connect the audio output of the TV to AUDIO / TV IN on the Streamium System, Cinch: if you connected the audio output of the TV to AUDIO / TV IN on the Streamium System.
If your TV supports RGB input signals
If the SCART socket of the TV to which you connected the Streamium System is suited for RGB, set the Streamium System to RGB for best picture quality.
1 If necessary, press AUX and then SYSTEM MENU on the
2 Use the arrow buttons 1, 2, 3, 4 to select Picture
TV Settings Video Output.
3 Press 2 to enter the menu. 4 Press 4 repeatedly to select RGB. 5 Next, press 2OK to conrm the setting.
If the picture disappears, your TV is not suited for RGB. Observe the display on the Streamium System. Press 4 to select VIDEO OUTPUT. Press 2 to enter the menu. Press 4or 3 to select CVBS. Next, press 2OK to conrm the setting.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to exit the system menu.
Adjusting the Volume
Turn VOLUME on the Streamium System or press VOL+ or VOL on the remote control to adjust the volume. The volume setting will be displayed. To switch off the sound press MUTE on the remote control. To switch the sound on again, press MUTE again. Note:When TV is selected, MUTE will switch off the sound on your Philips TV.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.Dolby,Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380, 5,978,762 and other world-wide patents issued and pending.DTS and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2000 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights reserved.
Adjusting Bass,Treble, Loudness and ClearVoice
1 Press SOUND on the remote control repeatedly to select
BASS, TREBLE, LOUDNESS or CLEARVOICE.
2 Bass or Treble:Within 3 seconds, press 1, 2, 3 or 4 to
adjust the level of bass/treble. Loudness or ClearVoice:Within 3 seconds, press 1, 2, 3 or 4 to switch Loudness/ClearVoice on or off.
3 Press 2OK on the remote control to conrm.
Note: ClearVoice enhances the voices in surround sound signals to make dialogues easier to follow. ClearVoice is available for surround sounds only.
Listening through Headphones
Connect the headphones plug (6.3mm) to the headphones socket (;) on the Streamium System. The sound on all the speakers will be muted.
Adjusting the Surround Sound
Internet and PC Link
General information on INTERNET and PC LINK
English This Philips Streamium System is a wireless broadband Internet system. It is compliant with the IEEE 802.11g standard.The Streamium System can connect to your wireless or wired home network and play various Internet media services (e. g. Internet radio, video ) as well as media les (music, pictures ) stored on the PCs of your home network. The Streamium System is upgradable through your Internet connection. From time to time, new features will be available and the functionality of this Streamium System will change.Therefore, this manual offers only a rough overview of the Internet and PC link functionality. Please visit My.Philips.com for the latest information on available services and new functionality. Requirements to use Internet media services broadband Internet access (DSL, cable modem), an email address. Please consult your Internet service provider if you can connect several devices (computers and the Streamium System) to your Internet connection, if he allows only devices with registered MAC addresses to connect to the Internet, if he charges extra fees for exceeding a certain limit of transferred data.When you use Internet media services on a daily basis, you may exceed such a limit. For example:When you listen to Internet radio (transmitting at 64 kbit/sec) for about 36 hours, 1 GB (Gigabyte) of data will be transferred to your Streamium System. Requirements to use PC LINK a computer with Windows operating system (Windows 98 SE or higher) or Mac OS X, installation of the Philips Media Manager software on your computer. The following le formats stored on your computer are supported at the time of printing this manual (subject to change): Music: MP3 and MP3pro streams, bit rates: 32320 kbit/sec, variable bit rate Pictures: JPEG, JPEG2000,.bmp,.gif Video: MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, DivX 4.0/5.03 Please visit My.Philips.com for the latest information on supported operating systems and le formats. How to ensure a good wireless connection Place your wireless router as close as possible to the centre of the area you want to cover. Keep the antenna(s) away from large metal objects to avoid interference. Avoid placing the Streamium System close to microwave ovens. Avoid placing this Streamium System directly under or above the wireless router. Refer to the signal strength indication to locate the best position for the wireless router and the Streamium System.To display the signal strength indication, press SYSTEM MENU and select Network. Next, select Wireless Info Signal Level. Network name (SSID) The network name (SSID) identies your computer in a wireless network. Please keep in mind that the network name is case sensitive. WEP encryption WEP encryption protects your wireless network against intrusion.WEP encryption uses up to 4 encryption keys to encrypt the data sent in your wireless network. If you use WEP encryption make sure the number and the order of encryption keys on the Streamium System and on your wireless router/wireless network adapter are the same, all encryption keys you enter have the same format (either ASCII or HEX format) and the same length (ASCII: either 5 or 13 characters, HEX: either 10 or 26 digits). Note: Some wireless routers/wireless network adapters allow you to type in a passphrase instead of an encryption key. Do not use passphrases with the Streamium System, since passphrases are not supported.
2 If the Streamium System connects to the Internet, continue
2 Press 2OK to conrm.
Are you using an Access Point or Ad-Hoc network? appears.
3 Press the red button (SUBTITLE) on the remote control to
select Access Point. Are you using WEP encryption on your wireless network? appears.
4 If your network is not WEP encrypted, press the red button
(SUBTITLE) on the remote control to connect to the Internet. If the network is WEP encrypted, press the green button (ANGLE) on the remote control. If the network is WEP encrypted You will be asked to enter up to 4 encryption keys. Check the setup menu of your wireless router to see which encryption keys are used.
1 Press the green button (ANGLE) on the remote control if
your Internet service provider uses a proxy.
1 Use the number buttons to enter the encryption key. Next,
press 2OK to conrm.
2 Use the number buttons to enter the proxy name. Next,
2 Repeat step 1 for all encryption keys. If not all of the
4 encryption keys are used in your network, enter 0 (zero) for no encryption key. If the Streamium System does not connect to the Internet The Streamium System may not connect to the Internet because a connection error has occurred: Press INTERNET again to reconnect. the wireless router is not connected to the Internet. Check if the computers in your network have access to the Internet. the IP settings are not correct. Continue with If An IP address could not be obtained automatically.Would you like to enter your network settings manually? appears. your Internet service provider is using a proxy. Continue with If The system could not connect to the server. appears.
3 Use the number buttons to enter the proxy port. Next,
press 2OK. The Streamium System tries to connect to the Internet. PC LINK connection After the Streamium System has connected successfully to the Internet, press PC LINK to connect to the PCs in your network. The Streamium System may not connect to the PC because a connection error has occurred: Press PC LINK again. you have not yet installed the Philips Media Manager software on your PC. the PC is switched off.
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conrm the selected network. Follow these instructions if you have no router and if you have a PC with a wireless network card or with a wireless USB adapter.
If the network is WEP encrypted. If Are you using a wireless (WiFi/802.11) or a wired (Ethernet) network connection? appears Press the red button (SUBTITLE) on the remote control to connect to a wireless network. If Enter wireless network name (SSID) appears
Within a short time, you will receive an email with instructions on how to create your users account at My.Philips.com.
2 Press 4 repeatedly to select Network. Next, press 2. 3 Press 4 or 3 repeatedly and select
Network Type: to switch between a wired and a wireless network, Network Cong.: to enter the network settings of your network (IP address, netmask, gateway and DNS), Wireless Cong.: to enter the settings of your wireless network (network name (SSID), channel number) Encryption Cong.: to switch WEP encryption on/off and to enter the encryption keys Proxy Cong.: to enter the proxy name and proxy port Network Info.: to review the network settings (IP address, netmask, ), Wireless Info.: to view information about the wireless network (network name, signal level, MAC address of the wireless card in your Streamium System, ).
3 Create the users account at My.Philips.com. 4 Next, press INTERNET on the the remote control to
connect to the Internet. The available media types (music, video, ) appear.
To activate online services, every owner of a Streamium System has to register with My.Philips.com.This website allows you to: select and manage online media services manage your Internet favourites add music streams (currently MP3, MP3pro) to the Streamium System, which are not offered through the available Internet service providers nd links to background information and online support download PC Link software purchase media Prerequisites for My.Philips.com: a Streamium System a computer access to the Internet an Internet browser an email address To access My.Philips.com, open your Internet browser and type in: http://my.philips.com
4 Next, press 2 to enter the selected menu.
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The Internet is a rapidly evolving and changing medium. Available media services and media service providers may change with time.This manual gives a rough overview on how to select a media service. Please visit My.Philips.com for the latest list of services and service providers. With PC LINK you get access to the media les (music, pictures, video) stored on the PCs of your home network and play them on your Streamium System. Select the media les directly on the Streamium System. For the latest information on the supported media formats please visit My.Philips.com. To use PC LINK your PC must be switched on. the Philips Media Manager software must be installed on the PCs of your home network. Please refer to the installation guide of the Media Manager software for installing the software and making media les of your PCs available to the Streamium System. English
2 While the arrows and the yellow dot are displayed:
Press 2OK repeatedly to select the zoom factor: Zoom 1, Zoom 2, Zoom 4, Zoom 8. Press to move to the left, right, top, or bottom of the picture.
Note: Subtitle is also available in the System Menu.
3 Press ZOOM to exit.
To return to normal playback, press ZOOM. Next, press 2OK repeatedly to select Zoom 1. Press ZOOM again. Note: Zoom is also available in the System Menu.
Disc Menu [DVD]
Camera Angle [DVD]
Selecting the menu language, country, audio language and subtitle language
These features are only available when DVD is selected. English
Default Audio (DVD) Select the audio language you prefer whenever you play any DVD. If the default language is not available on the DVD, the rst audio language on the disc will be selected.
1 Press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control. 2 DVD: Select Setup Language.
DVD Language Setup Stop View Program
Press 3 or 4 to select the desired default audio language, then press 2OK. Default Subtitle (DVD) Select the subtitle language you prefer whenever you play any DVD. If the default subtitle is not available on the DVD, the rst subtitle language on the disc will be selected.
Menu Language Bahasa Melayu
Press 3 or 4 to select the desired default subtitle language, then press 2OK.
Menu Language Country Default Audio Default Subtitle
English NTSC Espaol Franais Portugus
Playback Control (PBC) [VCD] This feature is available only for (Super) Video CDs compatible with PBC. (Super) Video CDs with Playback Control offer additional features. Check the (Super) Video CD case for details.
Switching PBC on/off [VCD]
Menu Language [DVD,VCD, CD, MP3] Select your preferred language for the System menu. Press 3 or 4 to select the desired language , then press 2OK to conrm. Country [DVD,VCD, CD, MP3] Select the country where this Streamium System is used. Press 3 or 4 to select the country, then press 2OK to conrm.
1 Press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control. 2 Select Setup Features PBC. 3 Press 2 repeatedly to switch PBC on or off.
Next, press 2OK. Note: If a (Super) Video CD does not play, set PBC to Off. Playing a (Super) Video CD with PBC
1 Load a (Super) Video CD with PBC and press 2OK.
The (Super) Video CD will show instructions or options on the TV screen.
Using the System Menu
The System Menu allows you to operate features available in this Streamium System. Please be aware that the System Menu and the available features in the menu depend on the selected source. Even though the System Menus of DVD and INTERNET/PC LINK look different, many features (e. g. colour settings, parental control, etc.) are available in both menus and work similar. Most of the illustrations in this manual show the System menu when DVD is selected.
1 Insert a disc with JPEG pictures.
It may take the Streamium System several seconds to nd the pictures. A preview of 4 pictures will be displayed.
To display a preview of the next 4 pictures, press T. For the previous 4 pictures, press S.
2 Press 1, 2, 3 or 4 to select a picture. 3 Press 2OK to display the picture.
The selected picture will be displayed.
To skip to the previous or next picture, press S or T. Note: Some pictures may appear distorted.
FAVORITES ANGLE ZOOM AUDIO
Rotating a picture
You can rotate a picture in 90 degree steps. Rotate only affects the selected picture.
Select a picture and press 2OK to display the picture. Press SYSTEM MENU. Select Toolbar View Rotate. Press 2 to enter the menu. Next, press 1 or 2 to select the rotation angle.
ABC DEF GHI MNO RETURN RESUME
5 Press 2OK to conrm.
The current picture will be rotated.
1 Press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control to enter the
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to exit the menu.
2 Press 1, 2, 3, 4 on the remote control to navigate in the
menu, to select a feature or to change the setting of a feature.
Playing a slide show
Play all the pictures of the inserted disc in sequence.
1 Select a picture and press 2OK to display the picture. 2 Press 2OK again to display all pictures of the inserted disc
3 Press 2OK to conrm a setting.
To exit the System Menu press SYSTEM MENU.
To adjust the time each picture will be displayed on the TV screen, press SYSTEM MENU on the remote control and select Toolbar Slideshow Picture Time. Select Slow, Medium or Fast. Next, press SYSTEM MENU to exit the menu.
No video signal available on video output sockets (CVBS, S-Video or SCART)
Picture quality drops on a TV connected For high picture quality of the Scart connection, disconnect the S-Video cable. to the Scart socket after connecting an S-Video cable to the Streamium system Playback of Internet services skips or interrupts Media le (music, video or photo) does not play or in poor quality only If you share the broadband Internet access with other users, there may not be enough broadband Internet bandwidth available to the Streamium System. The le format of the media le may not be supported by the Streamium System. Play a media le with a supported le format. Visit http://My.Philips.com for the latest information on supported le formats. The wireless reception is low. Change the position of your wireless equipment to improve the reception. The media has been recorded in low quality, e. g. music les with a low bitrate (64 kbps). General solutions, always try rst: Press INTERNET again. If necessary, repeat this step several times. Make sure the computers in your network connect to the Internet. If they do not, consult your network administrator or Internet service provider. Check if your (wireless) router and your cable modem are connected properly to each other. Your Internet service provider uses a proxy. Press the green button (ANGLE) on the remote control to enter the proxy name and the proxy port. If you use a (wireless) router, make sure DHCP server is enabled in the conguration menu of the router. Press the green button (ANGLE) on the remote control to enter the IP settings manually. All WEP keys you enter must have the same format (either ASCII or HEX format) and the same length (ASCII: either 5 or 13 characters, HEX: either 10 or 26 digits). After entering your email address, you will get an email with instructions on how to create a user account. Please follow these instructions. Next, press INTERNET on the remote control.
No connection to the Internet
The system could not connect to the server. appears
An IP address could not be obtained automatically. appears
The WEP key you entered has an invalid format. appears Cannot access Internet media after entering the email address
INTERNET, PC LINK: Streamium System freezes during startup
Press STANDBYON to switch the Streamium System off. Next, press INTERNET or PC LINK to switch it on again. If the Streamium System does not react when you press STANDBYON, disconnect the Streamium System from the mains supply and wait at least 10 seconds before reconnecting the Streamium System. If the Streamium System freezes during startup before you can see the Internet or PC LINK menu and if the hints above do not help, the Streamium System may need a reinstallation of the software: 1 Make sure the Streamium System has access to the Internet through a wired connection. If necessary, connect the Streamium System to a free LAN port on your router (see page 22). Do not use a wireless connection. 2 Disconnect the Streamium System from the mains supply. 3 Press and hold the red button (SUBTITLE) on the remote control while you reconnect the mains cable to the mains supply. 4 Follow the instructions on the TV screen or on the display of the Streamium System to establish a connection to the Internet and to reinstall the software of the Streamium System.
Please take the following problems/solutions into account:
PC LINK: It takes about 2 minutes before the Streamium System connects to the PC (Windows operating system only) PC LINK:The Streamium System does not connect to the PC (Windows operating system only)
Your PC may assign an IP address to itself automatically (Auto-IP).This can take some time. Run the Philips AutoIP utility. See the chapter below. The PC may not get an IP address automatically. Run the Philips AutoIP utility. See the chapter below.
Using the Philips AutoIP utility
Run the Philips AutoIP utility on your PC if you have a direct connection between the Streamium System and your PC (case B on page 21 or case D on page 23 of the user manual). Do not run the Philips AutoIP Utility if you have a wired or wireless home network using a base station, router or gateway (case A on page 19 or case C on page 22 of the user manual)
4 Click on the adapter which you want to use for the
communication between the PC and the Streamium System.
5 If the status of the adapter is DHCP only:
Click the Enable AutoIP button. The status changes to DHCP/AutoIP. If the status of the adapter is DHCP/AutoIP or AutoIP: Wait until the IP address changes to 169.254.x.x. x is a number between 0 and 255.
1 Press PC LINK on the Streamium System. 2 Insert the Philips Media Manager CD-ROM into the
CD-ROM drive of your PC. Go to the folder Software Tools.
Next, click the Lock AutoIP button. The PC is properly set up now. If the status of the adapter is Static IP: In this case the AutoIP utility cannot make any changes on your computer. Either change the network settings of the Windows operating system to Obtain IP address automatically and continue with step 4 or enter a static IP on the Streamium System. For this, press SYSTEM MENU and select Network Network Cong.
3 Double-click the PhilipsAutoIPutility.exe le to start the
AutoIP utility. In some cases Auto IP may be deactivated on your computer completely and you will be asked if you want to enable Auto IP on your PC. Click on OK. Please be aware that your PC will restart. Continue with step 2. A list with all network adapters found on your computer will appear.The list may include old adapters that were not properly uninstalled.
6 Click the Exit button to exit the AutoIP utility. 7 Press STANDBYON to switch the Streamium System to
standby. Next, press PC LINK.The Streamium System should connect instantly to the PC now. Note:You can reverse the settings of the AutoIP utility by clicking again on the corresponding button.
Subject to modication without notice. General Power supply rating 230 V / 50 Hz Power consumption Active 118 W Standby < 0.5 W Dimensions (w x h x d) 435 mm x 96 mm x 370 mm Weight 8.0 kg Amplier Output power Total output power 450 W Stereo mode (1 kHz, 10% THD) 2 x 75 W RMS Surround mode (1 kHz, 10% THD) Front 2 x 75 W RMS Centre 75 W RMS Surround 2 x 75 W RMS Subwoofer 75 W RMS Total Harmonic Distortion 10%, 1 kHz, 66 W S/N ratio (unweighted) 92 dB (A-weighted) 100 dBA Crosstalk (1 kHz) -90 dB Tuner Tuning range FM 87.5 MHz108 Mhz MW 531 kHz1602 kHz DVD Disc diameter 12 cm / 8 cm Video Decoding MPEG-2 / MPEG-1 Video DAC 9 bit, 5 channels Signal system PAL Video format 4:3 / 16:9 Video S/N 56 dB (minimum) Supported disc formats DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, (Super) Video CD, Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3-CD (ISO 9660) INTERNET and PC LINK Ethernet IEEE 802.3, 10/100 Base-T Wireless Wi-Fi Certied, IEEE 802.11g Supported media formats (at the time of printing) Music MP3 and MP3pro streams, 32320 kbit/sec, variable bit rate Pictures JPEG, JPEG2000,.bmp,.gif Video MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, DivX 4.0/5.03 Analogue audio connections Analogue in (AUX IN,TV IN) 500 mV 2 V / 22 k Analogue out (LINE OUT) Stereo, 1.5 V / 1 k, S/N 105 dB Analogue out (Scart) Stereo, 1.5 V / 1 k Video connections Video out (S-VIDEO) Y 1.0 Vp-p, 75 C 0.3 Vp-p, 75 Video out (CVBS) 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Digital connections Digital Input/Output SPDIF (Sony Philips digital interface) In > 200 mVp-p / 75 Out 500 mVp-p / 75 PCM acc. IEC 60958 Dolby Digital/DTS acc. IEC 60958, IEC 61937 Audio DAC 24 bit /96 kHz Frequency Response 44.1 kHz 10 Hz 20 kHz 48 kHz 10 Hz 22 kHz 96 kHz 10 Hz 44 kHz Speaker and headphones connections Front, centre and rear speakers 4 Subwoofers 8 Headphone (6.3 mm, 8600 ) 2.8V EMF, Ri = 80 Antenna connections FM antenna 75 MW antenna 300 Speakers Front and rear speakers System 2 way shielded, Closed Box Impedance 4 Speaker drivers 2 x 3" woofers, 1 x " tweeter Dimensions (w x h x d) 94.5mm x 280mm x 70mm Centre speaker System 2 way shielded, Closed Box Impedance 4 Speaker drivers 4 x 2" woofers, 1 x " tweeter Dimensions (w x h x d) 435 mm x 73.5 mm x 65 mm Subwoofer System Bass Reex Impedance 8 Speaker driver 4" woofer Dimensions base (w x h) 240 mm x 30 mm Dimensions tube (w x h) 115 mm x 962 mm English
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, Philips Consumer Electronics
Philips, Glaslaan 2, 5616 JB Eindhoven,The Netherlands
declare under our responsibility that the electrical product: Philips
(type of model)
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the following standards: EN55013:2001 EN : 2003 EN55020:2002 EN 301 489-1 : 2002 EN60065:1998 EN 301 489-17 : 2002 EN61000-3-2:2000 EN61000-3-3:1995 + amdt.A1:2001
(title and/or number and date of issue of the standards)
following the provisions of R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC (incl.89/336/EEC & 73/23/EEC & 93/68/EEC directives) and is produced by a manufacturing organization on ISO 9000 level.
Eindhoven, 18. March, 2004
Cor Luijks Technology Manager BCT R&NP
(signature, name and function)
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