Philips 14PT3685/05 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 14PT3685/05

Device: Philips 14PT3685/05
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Date of adding : 2014-04-03 16:36:13
Number of pages: 16
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Introduction
When setting up your television set for the first time, we advise you
to use the quick installation guide included below.
Please read the following instructions carefully to familiarise yourself with all
the features available on your set.
We hope our technology meets entirely with your satisfaction.
Table of Contents
Installation
Presentation of the television set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
The keys on the television set . . . . . . . . .

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Presentation of the television set Your Philips television set is equipped with a new generation of tuner capable of receiving TV programmes and FM radio stations. Both the feet and the clock on the set are luminous and backlit.The clock includes an alarm function giving you the choice of waking up to the TV, radio or 3 different melodies. On - Off key: to switch your television set on or off . On / Standby indicator (red), Infra-red receiver, Alarm indicator ©: green when the alarm function is

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The remote control keys Incredible Surround Sound mode To switch from FM STEREO (and Activates/desactivates the surr o u n d sound eff e c t . In ster e o,this giv e s N I CAM STEREO) programmes to MONO or, for bilingual transmissions, the impression of the loudspeak e r s being further ap a rt . In mono,a to choose between D U A Lf a n d D U A Lg (and N I C A MD U A Lf, s t e reo spatial effect is sim u l a t e d . N I C A MD U A Lg and mono). Standby To set the TV to standby mode. Timer To sw

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Installing your television set ¾ Positioning your television set Place your TV on a solid, stable surface, leaving a space of at least 5 cm around the appliance. To avoid accidents, do not put anything on the set such as a cloth or cover, a container full of liquid (vase) or a heat source (lamp). The set must not be exposed to water. å Connecting the aerials The television set is equipped with 2 internal aerials; one for receiving TV channels, and the other for receiving FM radio stations. • I n

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Tuning in to channels Quick installation (first use) The following operations are all described in the enclosed quick installation guide. We advise you to use it. The first time you switch on the television, a menu appears on the screen. This menu asks you to choose the language of the other menus. If the menu does not appear, hold down P and P buttons on the set for four seconds to bring it up. ¾ Use the keys numbered to on the remote control to choose your language (for English, press ). Anoth

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Manual tuning This menu allows you to store the programmes one by one. ¾ In TV mode, press .This main menu comes up on the screen. å Press once to select INSTALLATION then press .  Select MANUAL STORE ( ) and press . The MANUAL STORE menu appears. ¨ Select SYSTEM (only available on certain models). Use to select FRANCE (standard LL’), WEST- EU (standard BG) or UK (standard I).   Select SEARCH and press .The search begins. As a soon as a programme is found, the search will stop. If you know the

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Tuning in to FM radio stations Automatic tuning ¾ Press j on the remote control to change to radio mode.The screen goes blank. å Press to bring up the main menu. The menu appears with the INSTALLATION option highlighted.  Press .The INSTALLATION menu appears with the AUTOSTORE option highlighted. ¨ Press .The search begins.The operation takes a few min u t e s .The display demonstrates the progession of the search and the number of FM s t a t i o n s f o u n d . When it has finished, the I N S

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Manual tuning of the radio stations ¾ Ensure the television set is in radio mode (j). å Press to bring up the main menu. The menu appears with the INSTALLATION option activated.  Press .The INSTALLATION menu appears. ¨ Press twice to select MANUAL STORE and press . THE MANUAL STORE menu appears.   Select SEARCH and press .The search begins.As soon as an FM radio station is found, the search will stop. If you know the frequency of the station required, simply enter its number using keys . Exampl

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Standard use Choice of TV or radio mode Your set may receive both TV programmes and FM radio stations. The j key on the remote control is used to switch between TV mode and radio mode. TV mode The TV programmes appear on-screen. Radio mode The television screen is off.The sound from the radio comes out of the speakers on the left and right of the set. Note: in radio mode, the key gives direct access to a limited number of settings and the INSTALLATION menu is specific to the radio reception. Se

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TV light The feet and clock of the television set are luminous and backlit. ¾ Use the key on the remote control to switch the lighting on and off . å Use the keys to increase or decrease the intensity of the 3 levels of lighting. Note: the lighting controls are independent of the television controls (it may be in TV, radio or standby mode). However the lighting does not operate when the set is switched off using the on-off key. Setting the clock The television set is equipped with an analogue cl

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Adjusting picture and sound Adjusting the picture (the set must be in TV mode). P ress . Use and to adjust: BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR, CONTRAST, SHARPNESS,TINT, CONTRAST+ NOISE RED. • SHARPNESS: alters the crispness of the image. • TINT: alters the colour balance.There are three options: COLD (blue tint), NORMAL (balanced) or HOT (red tint). • CONTRAST+: automatically adjusts the image contrast according to content (the darkest part of the image is always black). • NOISE RED: alleviates fuzziness (sno

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Locking the set This function allows you to lock the set in order to limit its use completely or p a rt i a l ly.This menu can only be accessed when the set is in TV mode. Key lock ¾ P ress , select TV LOCK ( ) and press . å Set the L O C K to O N.The keys are lock e d .  Switch off the set and put the remote control out of site.The set cannot be used (it can only be switched on using the remote contr o l ) . To cancel: switch L O C K to O F F. Programme lock This menu allows you to partially o

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Alarm function This function allows you to use your TV as an alarm clock. You can programme your alarm to wake you up to the TV, radio or 3 different melodies. Setting the alarm ¾ Press SET ALARM on the remote control. The ALARM menu is displayed on the screen. You can also access this menu by pressing , then selecting the A L A R M option. å If you want to set the time on the clock, select SET CLOCK and enter the current time using keys or . Important: the time is reset automatically each time

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Teletext Teletext is an information system, broadcast by certain channels, which can be read like a newspaper. It also provides subtitles for people with hearing difficulties or those who are unfamiliar with the language in which a particular programme is being broadcast (cable networks, satellite channels, etc.). Press: To obtain: Switch teletext To call up or exit from teletext. At first, the main on/off index page appears with a list of the items available. Each page has a corresponding 3-fig

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Connecting other appliances Video recorder Video recorder (only) Connect as shown using a good quality euroconnector cable. If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector socket, the only connection possible is via the aerial cable. You will therefore need to tune in your video recorder test signal and assign it programme number 0 (see manual store. p. 6).To reproduce the video recorder picture, press . Video recorder with decoder Connect the decoder to the second euroconnector on the vide

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Tips Poor reception or no picture The proximity of mountains or high buildings can cause ghost pictur e s , echoing or s h a d ow s . If this is the case, t ry tuning the picture using F I N E T U N E ( p. 6 ) . Do you have the right system (p.6)? Check that the aerial plug or euroconnector is pr o p e r ly connected. Check also that the aerial is capable of receiving broadcasts in this frequency range (UHF or VHF)? Is the set in TV mode? Press RADIO . Adjusting the picture If the picture is o


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