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Installation of your Philips Hotel TV 1. Introduction This addendum has been designed to help you install programmes on this Digital TV and activating the hotel mode. Use this addendum in conjunction with the User Manual of this television. Please handle the TV with care and wipe with a soft cloth to ensure your TV keeps looking new. 2. The benefits of the Philips hotel TV This TV is specially designed for hotels. The Philips hotel TV offers all kind of featur
Installing Analogue Programs Ensure the TV is in Analogue mode. If it is in Digital mode, press the A/D (Analogue/Digital) key on the Remote Control to enter the Analogue mode. 1. Press the (Menu TV) key on the Remote Control 2. Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item called INSTALL and press OK 3. Press the Up/Down Arrow Key to scroll to the item AUTO STORE and press OK The TV will now start to scan and install all available (Analogue) TV channels automatically. This
OFF BDS Hotel Mode is OFF: The TV operates as a normal consumer TV SWITCH ON VOL When the user switches the TV ON, it will play at the specified volume level. There are 2 options: LAST STATUS Upon start-up, the TV volume will be set to the level before the TV set was last turned off. USER DEFINED As specified by installer Remark: “SWITCH ON VOL” cannot exceed the MAXIMUM VOL level. This is the volume level with which the Hotel Mode Setup menu was entered. MAXIMUM VOL T
HIGH SECURITY MODE ON Allows access to the BDS Hotel Mode Setup Menu via the special BDS Setup Remote only. (RC2573/01) OFF Allows access to the BDS Hotel Mode Setup Menu via BDS Setup Remote or via normal Remote Control (using special key code sequence). AUTO SCART The Auto Scart function enables auto-detection of AV devices that are connected to the TV’s Scart connector. ON Enables Auto Scart switching in BDS Hotel Mode. OFF Disables Auto Scart switching in BDS Hotel Mode. M
The Philips SmartLoader works in 2 modes – Wireless and Wired: Wireless mode ---- through infrared sensor (15/20HF5234) Switch the SmartLoader to “Wireless” mode by sliding the side-switch to the icon on the SmartLoader device. Point the Wireless SmartLoader to the TV’s infrared receiver (optimal distance of 5-30cm) and proceed with the Installation procedure listed below. Wired mode ---- using the by-packed accessory cable(s) (20/26/32HF5335D) Switch the SmartLoader to “Wired” mo
a) Wireless method Set the SmartLoader to “Wireless” mode using the side switch. Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the TV. Press the “MENU” Key on the SmartLoader. b) Wired method Connect the SmartLoader to the TV using the appropriate accessory cable. Set the SmartLoader to “Wired” mode using the side switch. Turn on the TV, and while holding the SmartLoader, point it in the direction of the TV. Press the “MENU” K
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 22002/96/EC. Please find out more about the separate collection system for electrical and electronic products in your local neighborhood. Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old
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Product information Recycling • The Model and Serial number can be found at the rear and the left hand The packaging of this product is intended to underside of your television set and be recycled. Apply to the local authorities for on the packaging. correct disposal. Disposal of your old product Rear of TV Left hand Your product is designed and manufactured underside of TV with highly quality material and components, which can be recycled and reused. When this crossed-out whe
Table of contents 1 Introduction............................... 3 9 Services lists 1.1 Important Information....................... 3 9.1 Rearrange services.............................. 15 1.1.1 Stationary images on the TV screen 9.2 View new TV channels or Listen ................................................................. 3 to new Radio stations........................ 15 1.1.2 Electric, Magnectic and electromagnectic Fields (“EMF”)..... 3 10 Service setup....................
26 Features 26.1 Timer...................................................... 34 26.2 Parental control................................... 35 26.3 Child lock.............................................. 36 26.4 Active control...................................... 36 27 Picture and Sound setings........ 37 28 Smart Picture and Sound......... 38 29 Screen formats.......................... 39 30 Teletext......................................40 31 Using the TV as PC monitor 31.1 Connecting the PC
1 Introduction • Stock market stickers: presented at the Thank you for purchasing this television set. bottom of the TV screen; This manual contains all information you • Shopping channel logos and pricing will need to initially install and operate your displays: bright and shown constantly or new TV. repeatedly in the same location on the TV screen. If this instruction manual does not • Examples of still pictures also include give an answer to your problem or logos, compu
1.2 What is digital TV? Note Digital Television offers a far wider choice • Chapters 6 to 20 contain all the of TV viewing, free from the interference information you need to operate your that you may experience on analogue TV in the Digital mode. Chapters 21 TV. It promises to transform television to 30 contain all the information and viewing into a whole new experience. instructions you need to operate your There is a greater selection of widescreen TV in the Analogue
2 Safety Warning: The connections do not 7 Take care not to connect too many have to be made before hanging but the equipment to the same mains socket as it may cause overloading resulting cables must be inserted into connectors in fire or electric shock. of the TV. 8 Avoid placing a vase or vases filled with water on top or near the TV. 2.1 General Water spilled into the set could result 1 Place or hang the TV wherever you in electric shock. Do not operate s
3 Overview of television keys and connectors These connectors are located on the rear of the 3.1 Side controls TV and are backward facing.. The Side controls are located on the left hand side of the TV. 4 EXT 1 5 EXT 2 (RGB) (CVBS /S-VIDEO) 2 1 CI (Common Interface) slot: to connect a CAM (Conditional Access 3 Module) and a smartcard. 2 TV Aerial socket : Insert the aerial 4 plug into the 75 Ω : socket. HDMI 1 / HDMI 2: to connect to 3 set-top box, DVD player/re
4 Getting started 4.1 Before you start 4.4 Switching on the TV • To switch on the TV, press the Warning POWER key on the side of the set. A blue indicator comes on and after a few The connections do not have to be seconds, the screen lights up at the left made before hanging but the cables hand bottom of the front of the set. must be inserted into connectors of the TV. • If the TV set remains in standby mode (red indicator), press the PROGRAM – / + key on the side cont
5 Remote control functions 2 Sound mode Used to force programmes in Stereo 1 and Nicam Stereo to Mono. For 7 2 bilingual programmes, select Dual å or 8 Dual » (as indicated on the screen during such broadcasts). The Mono 9 3 indication shows up in red when in forced 10 position. 4 In digital mode, å-» displays the list of audio languages. 5 3 Subtitles mode In digital mode, this key activates or deactivates the subtitle mode. 6 4 MENU To call up or
15 Mute Turn off or on sound. 16 / Numerical keys / For direct access to programmes. 11 For a two digit programme number, the nd 2 digit must be entered shortly after the first digital before the dash disappears. 12 17 Screen information In digital mode, display/exit the 13 information banner (see page 14). In analogue mode, display/remove the programme number, the sound mode, 20 the clock and the remaining time of the sleep timer. 14 21 18 Active Control
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