Philips 29PT8419/79R user manual

User manual for the device Philips 29PT8419/79R

Device: Philips 29PT8419/79R
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Number of pages: 30
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Contents Installation Your remote control 2 Preparation 3 Installation 4 Store TV channels 4 Select the menu language 4 Automatic tuning 4 Manual tuning 5 Sorting of channels 6 Channel Edit 6 Naming of channels 6 Operation Use of the menus Picture menu 7 Sound menu 8 Features menu 9-10 Picture in Picture / Dual Window (if provided) 12 The keys on top of the TV 11 Teletext (if provided) 13-14 Connect peripheral equipment Connecting and selecting equipment 15-17 Recording 18 Bef

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Preparation Your remote control Sleep D MENU Displays main menu. Allows you to select a time period after which Also exits the menu from the screen or returns the set will switch to standby mode to a higher menu level. D B automatically. SURF PI P S Allows you to select up to a maximum of 10 Standby B A/CH æ ßê favourite channels or sources and view quickly • Switch set off temporarily to standby mode. PIP CH the selected channels or sources. q© UP DN (The red light indicator lights up when set

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Preparation & Place the TV on a solid surface. For ventilation, leave at least 5 cm free all around the TV. Do not place the TV on a carpet. To prevent any unsafe situations, do not place any objects on top of the TV. Avoid heat, direct sunlight and exposure to rain or water. é Insert the aerial plug firmly into the aerial socket x at the back of the TV. For best picture quality use the suppressor-aerial cable supplied. Note: if you connect more equipment to the same aerial cable, use a good qua

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Installation To use the menus D B & Press the MENU key to display/cancel the main menu. PI P S A/CH æ ßê é Use the cursor in the up/down directions to select a menu item. PIP CH q© UP DN Note: Sometimes not all the menu items are visible on the screen; press the cursor down until all the items are displayed. 1 2 3 4 5 6 “ Use the cursor in the left/right directions to access the sub-menu and to adjust the settings. 7 8 9 SMART SMART return M a 0 ‘ Press the menu key to return. select menu MENU S

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Manual tuning of channels Manual tuning allows you to store channel by channel. INSTALL You must go through every step of the manual store menu. LANGUAGE AUTO STORE & Select MANUAL STORE in the INSTALL menu. MANUAL STORE SORT CHANNEL EDIT é Press the cursor right to enter the menu. NAME “ Select COLOUR SYSTEM and press the cursor right. If AUTO is selected, the respective colour system will be automatically selected according to the transmission system. MANUAL STORE If the reception is poor, sel

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Sorting of channels According to your preference you can change the order of the stored TV INSTALL channels. LANGUAGE AUTO STORE MANUAL STORE & Select SORT in the INSTALL menu. SORT CHANNEL EDIT é Press the cursor right to enter the menu. NAME “ Key in the channel number in the FROM column you want to swap from. Use the digit keys or the cursor left/right. ‘ Press the cursor down and select TO. SORT FROM ( Key in the channel number in the TO column you want to swap to. TO § Press the cursor down

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Operation D B PI P S A/CH æ ßê Use of the menus PIP CH q© UP DN 2 3 1 & Press the MENU key to display/cancel the MAIN MENU. 4 5 6 é Use the cursor in the up/down directions to select the PICTURE, SOUND or 7 8 9 FEATURES menu. SMART SMART return M a 0 “ Press the cursor right to activate the selected menu. MENU SURF select menu ‘ Press the MENU key repeatedly to return or press the i key to switch the item menu off. switch menu off ¬ V CH Picture menu i AV i XC Brightness VIDEO MOVIES This contr

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Sound menu PICTURE SOUND Treble FEATURES Treble attenuates or amplifies the high-frequency response of the audio INSTALL output signal. Bass Bass attenuates or amplifies the low-frequency response of the audio output signal. SOUND Balance TREBLE Adjusts the balance of the right and left speaker’s sound output. BASS BALANCE AVL AVL (Automatic Volume Leveller) HEADPHONE AVL automatically controls the volume level to avoid too large level differences, especially when switching to another channel o

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Features menu Activating the timer The Timer feature allows you to set the timer to switch to a selected channel at a specified time while you are watching another channel or when the TV is on standby mode. Note: For the timer to function, the set must not be powered off. & Select TIMER in the FEATURES menu. é Press the cursor right to enter the timer. Setting the timer & Press the cursor right again to enter the TIME mode. PICTURE SOUND é Key in the current time with the digit keys. FEATURES Yo

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Child Lock The Child Lock feature allows you to lock channels to prevent children from watching certain programmes. Enter the access code & Select CHILD LOCK in the FEATURES menu. é Press the cursor right to enter the ACCESS CODE. “ Key in access code 0711 (the default access code). A message INCORRECT will appear. ‘ Key in access code 0711 a second time. The message CORRECT will appear and make the child lock menu accessible. Change code FEATURES & Select CHANGE CODE to enter an access code of

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FEATURES Selecting the screen format TIMER You have the choice of different screen formats:Auto, 4:3, Expand 4:3 and CHILDLOCK PIP Compress 16:9. FORMAT ROTATION & Select FORMAT in the FEATURES menu. BLUE MUTE ACTIVE CTRL é Press the cursor right repeatedly to cycle through the different screen formats and select your desired format. • AUTO format makes the picture to fill the screen as much as possible; • 4:3 format displays the 4:3 picture using the full surface of the screen; • EXPAND 4:3 for

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(if provided) PIP (Picture in Picture) / Dual Window æ The Picture-in-Picture feature allows you to call up a subscreen within your D main screen enabling you to watch two channels or a channel and a B ß PI P peripheral at the same time. A/CH æ ß ê PIP CH ê q © UP DN The Dual Window feature allows you to divide the main screen into two 1 2 3 subscreens enabling two channels or a channel and an external source to be 4 watched simultaneously. 5 6 © 7 8 9 SMART SMART UP & Press the æ key on the rem

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Teletext (if provided) (only English teletext supported) Many TV channels broadcast information via teletext. D B Each channel which broadcasts teletext transmits a page with information on PI P S how to use its teletext system. Look for the teletext page with the main A/CH æ ßê PIP CH index (usually p. 100). q© UP DN 1 2 3 Depending on the TV channel, teletext is transmitted in different systems. 4 5 6 The colours used in the options line correspond with the colour keys of your remote control.

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Select the index teletext page Press the i key to return to the main index (usually p.100). D B PI P S A/CH æ ßê PIP CH q© UP DN Select subpages 1 2 3 When a selected teletext page consists of different subpages, one of the 4 5 6 subpages appears on the screen. 9 7 8 Arrows in front of the page number indicate that other subpages are SMART SMART M a available. 0 The other subpages can be selected in 2 ways : MENU SURF With the cursor left/right The other subpage numbers appear in white as soon

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Connect Peripheral Equipment There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to your TV.The following connection diagrams show you how to connect them. Video recorder & Connect the RF cable 1 to the RF socket x of your video recorder. é Connect another RF cable 2 from the output j of your video recorder to the input x of your TV. Better playback quality can be obtained if you also connect the Video,Audio CABLE Left and Right (only for stereo equipment) cables 3 to the VI

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Video recorder and other A/V peripherals CABLE Monitor AV 2 AV 1 in out in VIDEO Y L/Mono S-VIDEO AUDIO Pb R Pr 4 COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 75 OUT 1 OUT j x OUT IN 3 VCR & Interconnect your video recorder with extra RF cables 3. é To obtain better picture quality, also connect the Video,Audio left and Audio right (only for stereo equipment) cables to the VIDEO, AUDIO L/Mono and AUDIO R input of AV2 IN sockets 4. Note: in case of mono equipment, only the left loudspeaker reproduces sound. Use a mon

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S•VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO Camera & camcorder & Connect your camera or camcorder to sockets at the right side of your TV. é Connect the equipment to VIDEO 2 and AUDIO L 1 for mono equipment. “ For stereo equipment also connect AUDIO R 1. 1 2 S-VHS quality with an S-VHS camcorder is obtained by connecting the S-VHS 3 cables with the S-VIDEO input 3 (instead of VIDEO 2) and AUDIO inputs 1. DVD-player Monitor AV 1 AV 2 & Connect the cables of your Y-Pb-Pr DVD player 1 to the Y-Pb-Pr input out in in VIDEO

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D B To select connected equipment PI P S A/CH æ ßê PIP CH q© UP DN Equipment connected with an aerial cable only : Select the channel number under which you have stored the test signal with 1 2 3 the digit keys. 4 5 6 7 8 9 Equipment connected to the back or to the right side of the TV SMART SMART a M 0 Press the AV key repeatedly to select AV1, CVI, AV2 or FRONT, according to MENU SURF where you connected your equipment at the back or the right side of your TV. Select CVI to view the playback o


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