Philips 29PT6433/11 user manual

User manual for the device Philips 29PT6433/11

Device: Philips 29PT6433/11
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Thank you for purchasing this television set. Every effort has been made
to simplify the operation and tuning of the receiver by the use of menus.
These menus are displayed on screen when requested giving easy access to
the various adjustments.
This handbook has been designed to help you install and operate your TV set.
We would strongly advice you read it thoroughly.
Table of contents
TV set and remote control ..........................................................

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Installation ¾ Installing the TV set Place your TV set on a solid, stable surface (please ensure this is strong enough). Do not place anything on the TV set which might damage it (plants or heat sources). For ventilation allow a space of at least 5cm around the TV set. å Connecting the aerial and the mains Insert the aerial plug into the socket M at the rear of the set. Insert the mains plug into a wall socket (220-240 V/50 Hz).  Surround loudspeakers Connect the 2 Surround loudspeakers as ill

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Remote control keys EXT sockets selection (p. 9) Teletext functions (p . 14) Screen information (p. 9) enlarging a page temporary interruption INSTALLATION Menu (p . 4) hold selected sub-page Press the and keys reveal Personal Preferences (p. 9) overlay text on picture sound mode (p. 9) time display or direct access 16/9 formats (p. 9) to a sub-page. Video recorder k ey (p . 9) Standby (p . 8) Menu (p . 10) (red) picture menu (p. 8) (green) sound menu programme selection (yellow) features menu

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Installation Menu This Menu enables you to tune in the channels on the TV set. To call up the INSTALLATION menu: ¾ Open the cover å The INSTALLATION menu Press the and keys at appears on the screen. the same time. If the menu display is not stable, press the key. To use the menus: These 4 keys allow you to move around in the menus, make adjustments and access the sub-menus. To exit from the menus Press the blue key. Selecting the menu language and the country From the INSTALLATION menu: ¾ Select

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Tuning-in the TV channels There are two ways the television can be tuned in : automatic store or manual store (tuning - in channel by channel). Automatic store From the INSTALLATION menu ( and keys) (after ensuring LANGUAGE and COUNTRY have been set correctly) ¾ Select AUTO STORE ( keys) and press . The AUTO STORE menu appears. Searching begins. The TV set searches through the complete frequency range in your local region and stores all the programmes it finds.The search operation takes a few mi

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Manual store This menu allows you to store each programme manually. From the INSTALLATION menu ( and keys). ¾ Select MANUAL STORE ( keys) and press . The MANUAL STORE menu appears. å Select CHANNEL/FREQUENCY ( ). For certain countries this adjustment is not available. Use the keys to select tuning mode. F R E Q . ( f requency search) or CHAN.C and C H A N . S (channel search if y o u k n ow the channel numbers on which the programmes are br o a d c a s t ) .  Select SYSTEM ( ). Use to select EU

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Favourite Programmes This menu allows you to choose which programmes can be accessed using the key on the remote control. From the INSTALLATION menu: ¾ Select FAVOURITE PRG ( keys) and press The FAVOURITE PRG m e nu ap p e a r s .All programmes found during the search are automatically included in the menu and appear in gre e n . å Use the keys to select any programme you wish to remove from the list of favourites.  Press to de-activate (or activate) a programme. The de-activated programmes a

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Using the remote control Result: Press: Standby The TV set is switched off and the red indicator lights up.To switch the TV set on again, press or keys to . For further information, see "Tips" (p. 19). Selecting TV Move up or down a programme. programmes N.B.: Only programmes activated in the FAVOURITE PRGS menu can be accessed (see p. 7). Volume The volume is adjusted. Numerical keys Choose a programme. / For a 2 figure number, the second figure must be entered before the dash disappears. Mute

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Other functions Result: Press: Select EXT Pressing this key selects E1 (EXT1), E2 (EXT2) and sockets E2 Y/C in turn (see p. 16). Screen To continuous display of the programme number and information the information line on or off each time the programme is changed, press this button for 3 seconds. Pressing briefly displays the number, name, 16:9 mode sound mode and information line for a few seconds. The information line displays the title of the programme at the bottom of the screen.This line

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Using the menus ¾ Press the coloured key (red, green or yellow) to display the menu of your choice. PICTURE SOUND FEATURES å Use the keys to select your adjustments and the keys to adjust or access the sub-menus. EXIT  Press the blue key to exit from the menu displayed. Picture ¾ Display PICTURE menu (red key). å Use the keys to select your adjustments and the keys Use to select the adjustments and to adjust. You can now access the adjustments BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR, CONTRAST and: SHARPNESS adjust

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Sound Press the green key to display the SOUND menu. Sound mode This menu allows you to select the different Dolby Surround modes. ¾ Select SOUND MODE (the keys) and press the key. The SOUND MODE menu appears. å Use the keys to select the NORMAL, DOLBY PRO LOGIC, DOLBY 3 STEREO or HALL SURROUND sound modes. For each setting, the active loudspeakers are displayed on screen. Normal The left (L) and right (R) channels are reproduced on the left and right loudspeakers of the TV set. Normal Dolby Pro

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Equalizer ¾ Select EQUALIZER ( keys) and press the key. The EQUALIZER menu appears. å Use the keys to select each frequency (from bass: 100 Hz to treble: 10 kHz)  Use the keys to adjust the level. To exit from the menu : Press the blue key. Spatial This setting increased the stereo effect giving the impression that the loudspeakers are spaced further apart. Headphones This setting allows the volume of the headphones to be adjusted independently from the TV set. To exit from the menu : Press the

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Storing adjustments for each programme This function allows you to correct any differences in levels which may exist between TV channels and/or EXT sockets. It allows you to store BRIGHTNESS, COLOUR, SHARPNESS, NOISE REDUCT, SOUND MODE and volume adjustments ( key). ¾ Carry out desired corrections to settings for the programme (or EXT connection), and then: å Display the FEATURES menu (yellow key).  Select STORE PP P: _ _ ( keys) and press . The message OK appears.The adjustments are stored.

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Teletext Teletext is an information system, broadcast by certain TV channels, which can be consulted in the same way as a newspaper. It also provides subtitles for the hard of hearing or people who are unfamiliar with the broadcast language (cable TV network, satellite channels, etc.). Result: Press: Switch teletext Display or exit from teletext. The main index page presents a list of subjects on/off to which you have access. Each subject has a corresponding page number (always 3 digits). If t

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Teletext (special features) Result: Press: Subtitles Consult the main index to find out the page / number for subtitles. Enter the subtitles page number (e.g. 888). The page counter searches and then the subtitles appear on screen. If no subtitles are available the page counter will continue to search. To exit from subtitles, press . Temporary To stop or return to the teletext display.The L interruption of symbol is displayed, and the television programme the display reappears on the screen.This

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Connecting peripheral equipment The EXT1 socket has audio and video inputs/outputs and RGB inputs. The EXT2 socket has audio and video inputs/outputs and S-VHS inputs. For further information, see glossary (p. 20). Video recorder ...with Decoder • If your video recorder has a euroconnector socket, carry out the above connections. Euroconnector sockets ensure better picture quality. • If your video recorder does not have a euroconnector socket (or if this is already being used by another device),

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To select connected equipment Use key to select E1 (EXT1), E2 (EXT2) or, for S-VHS or Hi-8 equipment, E2 Y/C. Most equipment (decoder, video recorder) carries out the switchover itself. Front connections Carry out one of the following connections and then: Use the key to select E2 (for VHS or 8mm cameras) or E2 Y/C (S-VHS or Hi-8 cameras). For a mono sound camcorder, connect the audio signal to the AUDIO L input. Use the key to reproduce the sound on the left and right loudspeakers of the tel

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External loudspeakers For improved sound, you can connect 2 external L and R loudspeakers in the place of the left and right loudspeakers on the TV set. Connect as shown below and then switch off the internal loudspeakers on the TV set. The impedance of the loudspeakers must be between 8 and 16 Ohms. Surround loudspeakers Connect the 2 Surround loudspeakers as illustrated below. The loudspeakers should be located at the rear or on either side of the listening zone (always connect 2 loudspeakers)

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Tips Poor reception The proximity of mountains or high buildings may be responsible for ghost pictures, echoing or shadows. If this is the case, modify the orientation of the outside aerial. Check that the TV channel is tuned in corr e c t ly or try using fine tuning: see "fine tuning" (p. 6 ) . The equipment connected to the TV gives a picture in black and white? Check that you have selected the correct E2 or E2 Y/C socket ( key). No picture Have you forgotten to connect the aerial socket? Have

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Glossary Easy Tune: A system for automatically installing and storing programmes. PAL SECAM colour coding: PAL is used in the majority of European countries, SECAM in France, the CIS and the majority of African countries. The United States and Japan use a different system called NTSC. RGB Signals: These are separate Red, Green and Blue signals which directly drive the red, green and blue emmitterers in the cathode ray tube. Using these signals provides better picture quality. S-VHS Signals: The

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