Philips 22PFL5604D/12 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 22PFL5604D/12

Device: Philips 22PFL5604D/12
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Date of adding : 2013-09-24 16:36:25
Number of pages: 49
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Model Serial Österreich 0810 000205 €0.07 pro Minute België/Belgique 078250145 €0.06 Per minuut/Par minute България +3592 489 99 96 Местен разговор Hrvatska 01 6403 776 Lokalni poziv Česká republika 800142840 Bezplatný hovor Danmark 3525 8759 Lokalt opkald Estonia 6008600 local Suomi 09 2311 3415 paikallispuhelu France 0821 611655 €0.09 Par minute Deutschland 01803 386 852 €0.09 pro Minute Ελλάδα 0 0800 3122 1280 Κλήση χωρίς χρέωση Magyarország 0680018189 Ingyenes hí

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Rename channels 28 Contents Reorder channels 28 Test digital reception 28 1 Notice 2 7 Connect devices 29 Back connector for 22 inch TV 29 2 Important 4 Back connectors for 26 inch TV 31 Side connectors 32 Connect a computer 33 3 TV overview 6 Use a Conditional Access Module 34 Side controls and indicators 6 Use Philips EasyLink 35 Remote control 6 Use a Kensington lock 37 4 Use your product 8 8 Product information 38 Switch your TV on/off or to standby 8 Supported display res

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bright points of light (red, green or blue) 1 Notice may appear constantly on the screen. This is a structural property of the display (within common industry standards) and 2009 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All is not a malfunction. rights reserved. Compliance with EMF Specifications are subject to change without Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. notice. Trademarks are the property of manufactures and sells many products Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V or their targete

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3 Re fit the fuse cover. In order to maintain conformity to the EMC directive, the mains plug on this product must not be detached from the mains cord cable. Copyright VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting Compliant logo are trademarks of the Video Electronics Standards Association. ® Kensington and Micro Saver are registered US trademarks of ACCO World Corporation with issued registrations and pending applications in other countries throughout the world. All other registered and unregister

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• Avoid force coming onto power 2 Important plugs. Loose power plugs can cause arcing or fire. • Risk of injury or damage to the TV! Read and understand all instructions before you • Two people are required to lift and use your TV. If damage is caused by failure to carry a TV that weighs more than follow instructions, the warranty does not apply. 25 kg. • When stand mounting the TV, use only the supplied stand. Secure the Safety stand to the TV tightly. Place the • Risk of electric shock

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the value printed on the back of the TV. Disposal of your old product and Never connect the TV to the power batteries outlet if the voltage is different. • Risk of injury, fire or power cord damage! Never place the TV or any objects on the power cord. Your product is designed and manufactured • To easily disconnect the TV power cord with high quality materials and components, from the power outlet, ensure that you which can be recycled and reused. have full access to the power cord at

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Remote control 3 TV overview This section gives you an overview of 1 commonly used TV controls and functions. 2 28 3 27 Side controls and indicators 4 26 5 25 6 4 24 7 3 8 9 2 1 10 23 11 12 a POWER: Switches the product on 13 or off. The product is not powered 14 off completely unless it is physically 15 unplugged. 16 b P/CH +/-: Switches to the next or 17 22 previous channel. c SOURCE: Selects connected devices. 18 d VOLUME +/-: Increases or decreases volume. 19 20 21 6 EN

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a (Standby-On) o (Stop) • Switches the TV to standby if it is on. Stops playback. • Switches on the TV if it is in standby. p (Mute) b MHEG/TELETEXT Mutes or restores audio output. Toggles teletext on or off. q P +/- (Programme +/-) c Switches to the next or previous channel. SOURCE Selects connected devices. When the TV menu is on, this functions as Page Up/Down. d Colour buttons Selects tasks or options. r FORMAT Selects a picture format. e AD (Audio Descriptor) (For RF Digital TV only

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Note 4 Use your • If you cannot locate your remote control and product want to switch on the TV from standby, press P/CH +/- or SOURCE at the side of the TV. This section helps you perform basic operations (see ‘Use more of your product’ on page 11). Switch channels Switch your TV on/off or to standby To switch on • If the standby indicator is off, press POWER at the side of the TV. • Press P +/- on the remote control or • If the standby indicator is red, press P/CH +/- on the

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Switch channels with the channel grid 3 Press OK to confirm your choice. » The TV switches to the selected The channel grid allows you to view all device. available channels in a grid format. Adjust TV volume 1 Press OK. » The channel grid appears. 2 Press to browse the channel grid and preview a channel. » The channel content is displayed after a lapse of approximately two seconds. 3 When you find a channel of your choice, press OK to watch. » The selected channel appears. To increase

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Use teletext 1 Press MHEG/TELETEXT. » The main index page appears. 2 Select a page as follows: • Press the Numeric buttons to enter a page number • Press P +/- or to view the next or previous page • Press the Colour buttons to select a colour coded item • Press BACK to return to a previously viewed page 3 Press MHEG/TELETEXT to exit teletext. Note • For UK users only: Some digital TV channels offer dedicated digital text services (for example, BBC1). 10 EN

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Remove devices from the 5 Use more of home menu your product If a device is no longer connected to the TV, remove it from the home menu. 1 Press (Home). Access TV menus 2 Press to select a device to remove. Menus help you to install channels, change 3 Press OPTIONS. picture and sound settings and access other » The [Remove device] list appears. features. 4 Press OK and select [Remove] to remove 1 Press (Home). the device. » The menu screen appears. » The selected device is removed from

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• [Personal]Lists customised personal • [Tint]Adjusts the colour balance in an picture settings. image. • [Vivid]Maximises picture settings. • [Custom tint]Make a customised tint • [Standard]Adjusts picture settings setting. (Only available if [Tint] > to suit most environments and types [Custom] is selected) of video. • [Pixel Plus HD]Fine-tunes each pixel to • [Movie]Applies picture settings match surrounding pixels. This produces a ideally suited for movie viewing. brilliant, high-defini

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Summary of picture formats [Unscaled]For HD and PC mode only, and in selected The following picture settings can be models only. Allows configured. maximum sharpness. Some distortion may Note be present due to the • Depending on the format of the picture broadcaster’s systems. source, some picture settings are not available. Set your PC resolution to wide screen mode for best results. [Auto format](Not for PC mode.) Enlarges the picture automatically to best fit the screen. The

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When enabled, this produces a more Adjust sound settings consistent audio volume. 1 Press (Home). • [Delta volume]Levels out volume differences between channels or 2 Press to select [Setup] > [Sound]. connected devices. Switch to the » The [Sound] menu appears. connected device before you change the delta volume. Smart sound Standard Picture Bass Tip Sound Treble • For [Vol.vis impaired] audio, toggle AD or Volume Features press to select speaker, headphone or Vol.vis impaired both. Se

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Select teletext subpages Tip A teletext page can hold several subpages. • You can create and store up to four favourite Subpages are displayed on a bar next to the lists on your TV. main page number. 1 Press MHEG/TELETEXT . » The teletext screen appears. Select a favourite list 2 Press to select a teletext page. 1 When watching TV, press OK to display 3 Press to enter a subpage. the channel grid. 2 Press OPTIONS. » The channel options menu appears. Select T.O.P. teletext broadcasts 3 Pres

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Add a channel to a favourite list 7 Press to select [Unmark as fav.] and press OK. Tip » The channel is removed from the favourite list. • View all channels before adding a channel to a favourite list. 1 When watching TV, press OK to display Use the Electronic the channel grid. Programme Guide 2 Press to select a channel you want to add to a favourite list. EPG is an on-screen guide available for digital 3 Press OPTIONS. channels. EPG allows you to: » The channel options menu appears.

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» The main screen displays the input Note source from DVI or VGA. • Only the channels marked with [x] in the [Pref. » The auxiliary screen displays the last EPG channel] list, appear in the EPG menu. viewed channel. 5 Press OK or OPTIONS > [Dual View OFF] to exit dual view. Use the EPG options menu Use the EPG options menu to set or clear Note reminders, change day and access other useful • [Dual View] is available only when the TV is EPG options. connected to a device, such as a PC, via

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code is not set, you are prompted to Automatically switch the TV on (on re-enter the code. timer) You can switch the TV to a specified channel Change code at a specified time, from standby or power-on mode. 1 Press (Home). 1 Press (Home). 2 Press to select [Setup] > 2 Press to select [Setup] > [Features] > [Change code]. [Features] > [On timer]. » You are prompted to enter your current code. 3 Press OK or to enter the [On timer] menu. 3 Enter your current code using the • [Activate]

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