Philips 26HW9100D, 30HW9100D user manual

User manual for the device Philips 26HW9100D, 30HW9100D

Device: Philips 26HW9100D, 30HW9100D
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Date of adding : 2013-09-09 16:36:30
Number of pages: 26
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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833

26HW9100D/30HW9100D User’s Manual


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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 SAFETY INFORMATION • Disconnect mains plug when: Ø the red light below the TV screen is flashing continuously. Ø a bright white line is displayed across the screen. Ø cleaning the TV screen. Never use abrasive cleaning agents. Use a slightly damp chamois leather or soft cloth. Ø there is a lightning storm. Ø the set is left unattended for a prolonged period of time. • No open flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on or near the TV. • Do

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Before Calling Service A list of common symptoms is presented as follows. Before you call for service, perform these simple checks. Some of these symptoms can be readily corrected. Note: Please become familiar with the commercial features as described in TV Installation / Setup, because the effects of several of these features, if they are not thoroughly understood, might appear as faulty operation. Symptom Possible Corrective Action TV does not respon

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Basic Television Connection Antenna Connection • Connect the antenna or RF cable signal to the 75-ohm RF ‘F’ connector socket located on the TV’s rear jack panel. Mains Connection • Verify that the mains voltage and frequency are correct. Please refer to the product labeling and documentation. Note: The power button on the front panel does not disconnect the television from the AC mains; it toggles the TV’s power mode between on and st

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Use And Care of Remote Control To load the supplied batteries into the remote control: - Remove the battery compartment lid from the back of the remote control. - Insert the correct type of batteries into the compartment. - Ensure that the (+) and (-) ends of the batteries are placed in the correct positions. - Re-attach the battery compartment lid. Note: Always remove the batteries from the remote control if it is not to be used for

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 REMOTE CONTROLS The following remote controls are applicable to the L05 HW-series television products. These can be used for setup and configuration purposes. RC2888/01 RC2573GR Guest Remote Setup Remote (Optional) For the purpose of explanation, a guest remote, for the L04 series, similar to the illustration, is used. Remote control RC2573GR

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Guest Remote Control Keys CH Guide Source Select Standby To activate Channel To toggle between Press to switch available video sources Guide functionality the TV off. DVD PAUSE DVD PLAY To Pause DVD To Start DVD playback playback (if applicable) DVD Rewind Close Caption To Rewind DVD To activate Close playback Caption functionality DVD FAST FORWARD DVD STOP To Fast Forward DVD To Stop DVD playback (if applicable) playback Smart K

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Consumer vs. Commercial Mode The television is shipped in Commercial mode; however, at times it may be necessary to operate the set in Consumer mode. To switch between Commercial Mode and Consumer Mode the following sequence should be followed: • With the RC2573GR Master setup remote enter 024995 and press the key. • Use the Right cursor button to switch the Mode of the set between Consumer and Commercial. • With the proper mode selected, cursor down and u

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 1. Press the RECALL key to clear the menu. 2. Press 0 2 4 9 9 5. 3. Press M key and the TV Mode menu appears. 4. Press + or - to select Commercial mode. 5. Highlight STORE and press the 4 key to store the change. TV will then go to standby mode. 6. Press any numeric key to switch on the TV again and follow the procedure in Part B, step 2 to activate the TV Setup menu. 9

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 TV Setup Main Menu LANGUAGE ENGLISH CHANNEL INSTALL > CABLE TUNING > FACTORY CH RESET > USE CHANNEL TABLE NO/YES DIGITAL OSD NO/YES ENTER DIGITAL MENU > BRIGHTNESS ||||||||||||| 0 – 100 COLOR ||||||||||||| 0 – 100 CONTRAST ||||||||||||| 0 – 100 SHARPNESS ||||||||||||| 0 – 100 TINT ||||||||||||| -50 - +50 ROTATION ||||||||||||| 0 – 63 DEFAULT FORMAT WIDESCREEN/4:3/ZOOM 14:9/ZOOM 16:9/ SUBTITLE ZOOM/SUPER ZOOM NOISE REDUCTION NO / YES SOUND MODE M

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 TV Setup Menu and Sub-Menus LANGUAGE (English / Espanol / Francais) When you first enter the TV SETUP menu, LANGUAGE is highlighted. You can scroll to the LANGUAGE item. Select the desired language with cursor up / cursor down. CHANNEL INSTALL (>) The CANNEL INSTALL menu allows the user to configure the channels that can be accessed. When installing the channels, different inputs can be mapped to TV channels to allow seamless integration

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 o Specify whether the current channel or input is to be SAVED to or DELETED from the channel ring (i.e., list of channels available for selection by means of a standard guest remote control). • LABEL: o Input a maximum of 8 characters for the channel’s label. Cursor to the Right to start the first character. Cursor left or right to navigate between character positions within the label field. Cursor up or down to select characters from the list:- A to Z, 0

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Installing Digital Channels CHANNEL INSTALL TV 1 – 125 CHANNEL DIGITAL INPUT MAJOR CHANNEL 0 – 999 MINOR CHANNEL 0 – 999 CHANNEL RING SAVED LABEL > NO/YES VIDEO BLANK NO/YES AUDIO MUTE • CHANNEL: o Select the channel or input you wish to configure. • INPUT: o When DIGITAL is selected two additional entries are added to the menu to allow for mapping the digital channels. • MAJOR CHANNEL: o MAJOR CHANNEL refers to the either the DIGITAL RF (U

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 USE CHANNEL TABLE (NO/YES) When NO is selected the MAJOR channel in the Digital channel setup in the CHANNEL INSTALLATION menu refers to an RF channel (frequency). When YES is selected the Major channel refers to the Major channel listed in the Digital Channel Map. DIGITAL OSD (NO/YES) Specify whether the consumer digital version of the OSD is displayed when MENU is pressed from a digital channel. ENTER DIGITAL MENU (>) Cursor RIGH

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Note: The digital channels must be programmed using the Digital Menu to allow for the fastest possible channel change times. To exit the digital menu, press the key on the setup remote twice. BRIGHTNESS (||||||||||||| 0 – 100) Adjust the respective picture setting, using left and right cursor. COLOR (||||||||||||| 0 – 100) Adjust the respective picture setting, using left and right cursor. CONTRAST (||||||||||||| 0 –

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 Using the different formats Select the preferred format from the DEFAULT FORMAT menu item in the setup screen, or (if applicable) use the Format button on the Remote Control to select the different modes: 4:3, Zoom 14:9, Zoom 16:9, Subtitle zoom, Super Zoom, and Widescreen. 4:3 The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format and a black band is displayed on either side of the picture. Zoom 14:9 The picture is enlarged to 14:9 format, a thin black band rem

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 SOUND MODE (MONO / STEREO) Select either STEREO or MONO (monaural) sound modes. Note: STEREO has no effect if the current audio signal is monaural. When SOUND MODE is changed, an on-screen display will appear, indicating the actual audio status (MONO or STEREO) AVL (OFF / ON) Disable or enable the Automatic Volume Leveling feature, which minimizes variations in audio playback level. BALANCE (||||||||||||| -31 - 31) Adjust

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 MAX VOLUME (||||||||||||| 0 - 100) Specify the highest volume setting possible by means of either the remote control, or the front panel (if it is not locked out). This setting cannot be less than MIN VOLUME (see MIN VOLUME) Note: The MAX VOLUME setting is effective whether the volume command is issued from the front panel (if it is not locked out), a standard guest-mode remote control, or an RC2573GR setup remote in setup mode. SWITCH ON VOLUME

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 ESP (OFF / 1 HR / 2 HR / ... / 99 HR) Energy Saving Programmability. This feature enables the TV to automatically power- down after a specified period of time, if during any such period it receives no commands from the front panel or remote control. This is an energy-saving feature which assumes that the TV, after the specified period of inactivity, is no longer being viewed. AUDIO/VIDEO MUTE (OFF / BLACK / BLUE) Also known as “A/V muting”. Su

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L05 User’s Manual 091105.1833 • DISPLAY (NO/YES) Cursor right or left to select NO to disable the WELCOME MESSAGE or YES to enable it. Note: If welcome message is enabled, and both LINE 1 and LINE 2 are blank (or consist entirely of space characters), no message will appear. • LINE 1/LINE 2 Select message LINE 1 or LINE 2. When you first cursor left or right, the “>” at the end of the menu line disappears, and a blinking hyphen character indicates message edit mode. Cursor

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