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N I H T I W D E D E E N N O 268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 1 Return your Warranty Registration card today to ensure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to. Once your PHILIPS purchase is registered, you’re eligible to receive all the privileges of owning a PHILIPS product. So complete and return the Warranty Registration Card enclosed with your purchase at once, and take advantage of these important benefits. Warranty Owner Model Verification Confirmation Registration Registerin
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read before operating equipment 1. Read these instructions. 16. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: 2. Keep these instructions. A. The power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or 3. Heed all warnings. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the 4. Follow all instructions. appliance; or 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. C. The applianc
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 3 Contents Installation Preparation 4 Use of the remote control 5 To use the menus 6 Setup menu 6 Program/Erase channels 6 Auto programming channels 6 Memorizing/Erasing current channel 7 Operation Buttons in front of the TV 7 Picture menu 8 Sound menu 8 Closed Caption 9 Parental control functions 10 Setting up blocking 10-11 Help? If this instruction manual does not give an answer or if ‘Before Calling Service’ does not solve your TV problem,
min. 1m 268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 4 Preparation Please, make sure to connect the Ô Remote control: Remove the cover of the battery compartment. Insert the 2 batteries power plug to the wall outlet socket supplied (Type R6-LR6 1.5V). after connecting the TV to the adapter! & Place the TV on a solid surface. R6-LR6 / 1,5 V ( Power:This TV operates on a DC supply provided by the AC-DC adapter.The voltage is as indicated on the label on the Ensure that the TV is placed in a position to
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 5 Use of the remote control SLEEP Sleeptimer With this key you can set a B Standby time period after which the TV Press to turn on/off the TV. should switch itself to standby. The TV is never completely Press the key repeatedly to powered off unless it is select the number of minutes. physically unplugged. The counter runs from ..., 10, 20, 30... to 240 minutes.The B EXT Source timer begins to count down Select your computer or other EXT SLEEP from the num
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 6 To use the menus & Press the MENU button repeatedly to display each menu. B Use the cursor up/down to select a menu item. EXT SLEEP 1 2 3 Ò Use the cursor left/right to adjust the setting of a 4 5 6 menu item or press the OK button to enter a switch menu on/off 7 8 9 submenu. 0 0 CC activate Ô Press the EXT button to exit the menu. MENU OK select menu item Â V CH Setup menu & Select Input and press the cursor right to select Input Auto program TV TV to
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 7 Memorizing/Erasing current channel Fine tune Channel Auto ogramme TV 13 Fine In case of poor reception, you can improve Storage Memory the reception by fine tuning. TV channels broadcast by a cable company oÏ p ¹ 0-9 MENU Some cable systems operate with frequency offsets that are as much as + 2 MHz or - 2 & Select Manual Program in the channel MHz. See Conversion tables, p. 19. menu. Off-air channels Press the OK button to enter the The frequencies f
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 8 Picture menu You can adjust picture contrast, brightness, Contrast Contrast 100 1 00 color, tint and sharpness to the levels you Brightness 60 prefer. Color 60 Tint 0 Press the OK button to store the Sharpness 6 adjustments.The message Stored appears. oÏ p ¹ OK MENU Press the EXT button if you want to exit • Contrast, Brightness, Color are adjusted the menu from 0 to 100. • Tint is adjusted from Red 50 to Green 50. • Sharpness is adjusted from 0 to 10.
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 9 Closed Caption Closed Captioning allows you to read the dialog of B television programs on the TV screen. Designed to help EXT SLEEP the hearing impaired, this feature uses on screen "text boxes" to show dialogue and conversations while the TV 1 2 3 program is in progress. Captions will appear on the 4 5 6 7 8 9 screen only during captioned broadcasts. CC 0 CC 0 MENU OK Remark: the captions do not always use correct spelling and grammar. Input TV Not all
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 10 Parental control function To use the Parental Control Function, the following must be set: Input TV 1. Ratings and categories to be blocked. Language English 2. Number of hours to lock the television Captions Off viewing control. Caption/Text CC1 3. Set a password. Parental ctl Parental ctl 4. Enable the lock oÏ OK MENU The Parental control function (V-chip) is V-Chip rating and categories used to block program viewing based on Rating guidelines ar
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 11 For Movies previously shown in theaters: • Movie Ratings: Unblocked G and above (general audience) PG and above (parental guidance suggested) PG-13 and above (13 years and up) R and above (restricted) NC-17 and above (18 years and up) X (adult) If you set PG-13 and above: G and PG movies will be available, PG-13, R, NC-17 and X will be blocked. For Television programs including made-for-TV movies: • General TV Ratings: Unblocked TV-G and above (general
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 12 Connect Peripheral Equipment Preparation Remove the backplate at the back of the TV as shown on the illustration opposite. Lay the LCD TV with the screen down on a table as it will be easier to connect your peripheral equipment. Please take your precautions not to damage the screen. There is a wide range of video and audio equipment that can be connected to your TV. The following connection diagrams show you how to connect them. Video recorder If you ar
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 13 Camera, camcorder,Video Game set, ... How to connect & Connect your camera, camcorder, videogame set, ... to the VIDEO port 2 and AUDIO L (MONO) 3 for mono equipment. For stereo equipment also connect AUDIO R 3. DC 12V ANT IN Y Pb Pr PC INPUT S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIOR S-VHS quality with an S-VHS camcorder is x 75 IN AV COMPONENT INPUT (480i) obtained by connecting the S-VHS cables with the S-VIDEO input 1 and AUDIO input 3. 1 2 3 How to use & Select VID
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 14 Digital Set Top Box How to connect & Connect the three separate component video cables 1 to the DTV player’s DC 12V ANT IN Y Pb Pr PC INPUT S-VIDEO VIDEO (MONO) L AUDIOR x 75 IN AV COMPONENT INPUT (480i) Y, Pb and Pr ports and to the Y, Pb and Pr (480i) ports on the TV. Connect the audio cables 2 to the DTV 2 player’s AUDIO L and R ports and to the 1 L (MONO) and R AUDIO AV ports on the TV. How to use & Select COMPONENT in the Input menu item of t
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 15 Personal computer Monitor Display modes MODE Resolution Horizontal Vertical Frequency (KHz) Frequency (Hz) VGA 640x480 31,5 KHz 60Hz 640x480 35,0 KHz 67Hz DC 12V ANT IN Y Pb Pr S-VIDEO VIDEO (MONO) LAUDIOR x 75 IN 640x480 37,9 KHz 72Hz COMPONENT INPUT (480i) AV 640x480 37,5 KHz 75Hz 640x480 43,3 KHz 85Hz (DOS)720x400 31,5 KHz 70Hz SVGA 800x600 35,2 KHz 56Hz 800x600 37,9 KHz 60Hz & Connect one end of a (male to male) 800x600 48,1 KHz 72Hz VGA cable to th
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 16 Use of the PC men Use of the PC men Use of the PC menu u u Clock Press the cursor left/right to minimize any Input PC Input PC vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen H 60 background. G 90 Å 0 Clock phase ò 0 Clock 40 Press the cursor left/right to, when Clock phase 16 necessary, adjust the pixel phase of the Auto configure picture to avoid picture interference. Reset oÏ p ¹ Auto-configure MENU Select Auto-configure On for the automatic You can
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 17 Before Calling Service Please make these simple checks before calling service.These tips may save you time and money since charges for receiver installation and adjustments of customer controls are not covered under your warranty. Symptoms Items to Check and Actions to follow “Ghost” or double images • This may be caused by obstruction to the antenna due to high rise buildings or hills. Using a highly directional antenna may improve the picture. • Chec
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 18 Glossary Audio/Video Inputs RF Located on the rear and the front of the Radio Frequency or modulated signal design receiver these connectors (RCA phono type used as the carrier for television broadcasts. plug) are used for the input of audio and video Second Audio Program (SAP) signals. Designed for use with VCRs (or other accessories) in order to receive higher picture Another or additional audio channel provided resolution and offer sound connection o
268E(15") en 1997/04/03 9:24 AM Page 19 Conversion Table A: channel to frequency (in MHz) for off-air channels. The frequencies used by a cable company may differ from the frequencies on the table. Consult your cable company or your dealer for detailed information. Channel MHz Channel MHz Channel MHz Channel MHz 2 55.25 14 471.25 39 621.25 64 771.25 3 61.25 15 477.25 40 627.25 65 777.25 4 67.25 16 483.25 41 633.25 66 783.25 5 77.25 17 489.25 42 639.25 67 789.25 6 83.25 18
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