Philips 26HF5443/28 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 26HF5443/28

Device: Philips 26HF5443/28
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Date of adding : 2013-09-09 16:36:30
Number of pages: 14
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26HF5443/28 User’s Manual

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Care of the screen Do not touch the screen with anything hard as this may scratch, mar or damage the screen permanently. Do not rub with dust clothes with chemical treatment. Do not touch the surface with bare hands or greasy cloth (some cosmet ics are detrimental to the screen). Unplug the TV before cleaning the screen. When the surface becomes dusty, please wipe gently with absorbent cotton or other soft materials like chamois soaks. Do not use acetone, toluene and alcohol because they

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Switch the TV on : Press the power switch on the TV. An indicator on the front of the TV lights up and the screen comes on. If the TV is in standby mode (red indicator), press the - TV+ keys or the key on the remote control. Accessing the Set-up Menu When the set is in the High Security Mode, the Setup menu can be accessed only with an Institutional Set-up Remote Control (RG4172BK or RC2573). RG4172BK RC 2573

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• Language: Select the language of the installation menu. Options are “ENGLISH”, “FRANCAIS”, and “ESPANOL”. • Communication: The Communication menu is required to enable interactive applications. For more information consult the application notes. For stand-alone applications select “OFF”. • Channel Install: This sub menu allows setting the number of television channels. • Channel Table: Allows selection between Cable and Antenna. • Current Ring: This option allows selection of

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In the Channel Install sub-menu, program settings can be set . When this menu is displayed, all the protections are inactive. • Channel : The Channel number can be selected with the CH+/- buttons. • Input: The "Input" menu item selects the desired input source that will be assigned to the channel. Possible values are TUNER, AV2, S-VIDEO, SIDE AV, SIDE S-VIDEO, CVI-1, CVI-2 (HD- A), PC-D, PC-A, and HD-D. Some input sources may not be available on certain sets. • Ring 1: This men

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In this sub menu the behavior of the TV after switching on and the behavior of the On Screen Display can be selected. • Welcome Message: Press Cursor Left/Right to display the Welcome message entry menu: o Welcome Message o Line 1 o Line 2 o Clear With the Cursor Up/Down buttons you can set the message characters. • Switch On Channel: This item sets the television’s channel at Power On. If STANDARD is selected, the set will turn on to the last viewed channel. A specific c

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In this sub menu, the Picture and Sound settings of the TV can be configured. • Brightness: This changes picture brilliance. • Color: This changes the intensity of the color. • Contrast: This changes the difference between the light and dark tones. • Sharpness: This changes the picture definition. Tint: Adjusts the picture to obtain natural skin • tones. Active Control: Active Control optimises the • quality of the picture according to the quality of reception. • Treble/Bass

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In this sub menu, the Control settings of the TV can be configured. • ESP: Energy Saving Programmability Mode (ESP) controls the maximum continuous viewing time allowed by the control system. The ESP Menu function is shown as "ESP", and its valid values are OFF and 1 - 99 (in hours). • Audio/Video Mute: The Audio/Video Mute menu function determines whether the video should be blanked and the audio muted, if the currently tuned channel has no signal. • Digit Timeout: This is

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The pictures you receive may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide screen) or 4:3 format (conventional screen). 16:9 pictures sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen (letterbox format). This function allows you to optimize the picture display on screen. Using the different formats Select the preferred format from the Switch ON/OSD Menu in the setup screen, or (if applicable) use the Format button on the Remote Control to select the different modes: 4:3, Zoom 14

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CH Guide To activate Channel Guide functionality Source Select Standby To toggle between Press to switch available video sources the TV off. DVD PAUSE DVD PLAY To Pause DVD playback To Start DVD playback (if (if applicable) applicable) DVD Rewind To Rewind DVD play back Close Caption (if applicable) To activate Close Caption functionality DVD FAST FORWARD To Fast Forward DVD DVD STOP playback (if applicable) To Stop DVD playback (if applicable) Smart Keys To sel

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Press the key for approximately 5 seconds. The following text appears: If the word “LOW” appears instead of “OK”, the batteries are low and must be replaced. Should your remote be lost or broken you can still change some of the basic settings with the keys on top/side of your TV. Keys on top of TV Keys on side of TV Press: • The – Vol + key to adjust the volume; The – Program+ key to select the TV channels or source • Press the MENU/OK key to summo

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This section provides information on the connectivity available for different LCD Television sets. Refer to the screen size that is relevant to your TV set. 26” LCD TVs Connectors on the 26” LCD TVs 1. External Bathroom Speaker Connector (8 Ohm, 1 Watt) 2. Audio-Video In Connector (Side AV) 3. S-Video In Connector (Side S-Video) 4. Data 2 (RJ45) jack – for interactive connectivity purposes 5. Data 1 (RJ12) jack - for interactive connectivity purposes

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This section provides information on mounting the television stand. Refer to the screen size that is relevant to your LCD television set. 26” LCD TVs - 13 -

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