Philips 32HFL5662L user manual

User manual for the device Philips 32HFL5662L

Device: Philips 32HFL5662L
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Date of adding : 2014-09-22 16:37:02
Number of pages: 32
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Contents 1 Notice 1 Safety information and useful tips 1 Important Safety Instructions 2 OSS declaration 3 Cleaning and care 3 Environmental care 4 2 Your TV 5 Standalone installation and side controls 5 Guest remote control (optional) 6 Philips Hospitality setup remote control (not included in box) 7 RC2573GR setup remote control (not included in box) 7 3 Installation 8 Smart Installation 8 Install TV Channels 9 4 Home Screen 13 Watch TV 13 Smart Features 13 USB 14 TV Settings in Guest Menu 1

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Safety information and useful 1 Notice tips Know these 1. Two people are required to lift and carry a TV that weighs more than 55 lb (25 kg). Improper handling of the TV can safety symbols cause serious injury. 2. If you place the TV set on a solid surface. Ensure the surface is level and that it can withstand the weight of the TV. 3. Installing the TV on the wall requires special skill that should only be performed by a qualifi ed personnel. You should not attempt

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Important Safety Instructions Read before operating equipment 1. Read these instructions. 17. Tilt / Stability - All televisions must comply with recommended 2. Keep these instructions. international global safety standards for tilt and stability properties of its 3. Heed all warnings. cabinet design. 4. Follow all instructions. • Do not compromise these design standards by applying excessive 5. Do not use this apparatus near water. pull force to the front, or top, of the cabinet which could

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2010 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights Federal Communications Commission Notice reserved. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with Specifications are subject to change without notice. the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide Electronics N.V or their respective owners. Philips reserves reasonable protection against harmful interferenc

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Screen care and sterilization Copyright Avoid stationary images as much as possible. Stationary images are images that remain on-screen for extended periods of time. Examples include: on-screen menus, black bars and time displays. If you must use stationary images, reduce screen contrast and brightness to avoid screen damage. VESA, FDMI and the VESA Mounting Compliant logo are Unplug the TV before cleaning. trademarks of the Video Electronics Standards Association. Use a damp (not wet) cl

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• Press B Power on the setup remote control. 2 Your TV Standalone installation and side controls A B C D This section describes how to install the TV channels E F G RESET/UPGRADE automatically. 1. Connect the RF signal from the wall socket to the TV. 2. Plug the power cord into the power outlet. 4. Press RC5 SETUP to display the setup menu. • 2-pin power cord (for D/L models) • 3-pin power cord (for H models) Note • The setup remote control is not included in the box. Contact your Philips

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Guest remote control (optional) 1 2 a POWER: Press to turn on/off the TV from or to 23 3 CC SLEEP SOURCE OPTIONS standby mode. 22 4 b HOME: Toggles the main menu on or off. Æ/Δ Ê ¢∫ 21 5 c SOURCE: Selects connected devices. 20 6 CLOCK USB/MEDIA d OPTIONS: Selects different options. 7 19 e COLOR buttons: Selects tasks or options. 8 f Forward button: Fast forward feature. g USB/MEDIA: Access the USB files or photos. 18 9 h OK: Confirm an entry or selection. 17 10 i Navigation buttons: Navigates

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Philips Hospitality setup RC2573GR setup remote remote control (not included control (not included in box) in box) RC2573GR is an optional remote control. It is used for Philips Commercial Solutions features and SmartCard settings. It can be purchased separately. a Slide this button up to enter into Guest mode or slide this button down to enter into Setup mode. b E button: It has the same function as OK button. A B C D E F G RESET/UPGRADE RECALL/INFO GUIDE HOME BACK/PP OPTIONS MENU ALARM/CLO

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3 Installation 3. SmartInstall – Connection to Paid-Per-View System Smart Installation In the 1st time (Virgin) installation, the OSD will instruct you step by step to do the TV installation setting. • In the option, you can choose “Yes” or “No” to 1. Please Select Your Language Connected To PPV System. • Choose either the “No” option and press to enter the next step. • Or for a PPV system installation, choose “Yes”. The Screen Menu will request for selection of Communication Type which

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■ Install TV Settings: This option allows you to Install Install TV Channels TV setting. For the “Install TV Settings” option, you can do the setting for following options in sub-menu: This TV is equipped with Helptext which will time out in 10 sec or upon Remote Control key press. ■ Install TV Channels: This option allows you to Install TV channels. For the “Install TV Channels” option, you can do the setting for following options in sub-menu: • Select Your Power On Setting: “Last Status”,

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• Using Smart Guide: “Yes”, “No”. • If you choose yes, than you have the further ability to enable/disable the available individual categories: High Defi nition; Sports; News; Kids; Movies; Network; Adult/ Hospital*; Lifestyle; Other/Education*. » Categories are Hospital and Education for Healthcare TVs (“H” models) or Adult and Other • Select Your RC Lock Settings: “No”, “Yes”. for Hospitality TVs (“D”, “L”, “F” models) • This function enables/disables the processing of the • Default setti

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• Any Local Information And / Or Advertising To Guest: “Yes”, “No”. No te This TV has the capability to add a custom Hotel Logo icon to the Home guest menu screen (replaces the • Set Your Minimum (0), Maximum (100), And Switch On “PHILIPS” in the lower right corner). Then this icon (0-100) Volume. can be assigned to a channel where the property runs informational or advertising programming. So when the • Default switch on volume = 12 guest clicks on this icon, the TV will switch to the

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» Press OK to select one of the four colors. The TV is confi gured to respond to the RC that is set to the same color. » Press the color button (same color as above) on the guest RC simultaneously to set to the selected color. » Press OK for fi ve seconds while pointing to the TV. The TV displays the RC color and the TV color on the screen. If they do not match, program the TV and the RC again. • In this way, each TV responds to only one RC that is set to the same color of the TV itself. ■

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4 Home Screen Press key to go to the Home Screen. • Smart Window: “Off ”, “HDMI1”, “HDMI2”, “HDMI3”, Side HDMI”. • This feature enables the display of Smart Window from other sources other than the main programme being view currently. You can choose to display the HDMI display in the Smart Window and defi ne the position of Watch TV Smart Window. In this option, you can use the cursor to select category you would like to see via OK key. This is the screen you see if SmartGuide is enabled,

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USB Using this option, you can select the files you want to play. For the “USB” option, you can do the setting for following options in sub-menu: ■ Source: Select input as “Tuner”, “AV”, “Side AV”, “CVI”, “HDMI1”, “HDMI2”, “HDMI3”, “Side HDMI”, “VGA” • “Folders”, “music”, “picture” TV Settings in Guest Menu In this menu, the following settings are available. ■ Picture format: “Auto”, “MovieExpand 16:9”, “Superzoom”, “Widescreen” • This feature allows to set the TV display to the preferred

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• CC Setup: “CC”— “Off ”, “On”, “CC on Mute” • V-Chip Setup: • This feature allows the Closed Captions settings of this “US Movie Rating” – “G”, “PG”, “PG13”, “R”, “NC-17”, TV to be customized. Any changes made in this section “X”, “NR” will be reset to default values when the TV is turned “US TV Rating” – “Lock All”, “Unlock All”, “Done” off. Note G: General Programming PG: Parental Guidance PG-13: Parental Strongly Cautioned if Under 13 R: Restricted. Accompanied By An Adult If under17 NC-1

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5 Option OPTIONS Press key on the Guest Remote Control to enter the Option Menu Setting: ■ Audio Language: • Displays options (if available) SAP allows you to select the Secondary Audio Program of the analog TV channel (if available) or • Audio Language allows you to select from the audio languages of the digital TV channel (if available) ■ Closed Captions: • CC Setup: » CC — “Off ”, “On”, “CC on Mute” » Analog CC Mode – “CC1”, “CC2”, “CC3”, “CC4”, “TEXT1”, “TEXT2”, “TEXT3”, “TEXT4” » Dig

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■ MPEG Program Number: corresponds to Digital 6 Hotel Setting Minor Channel. • Press 0-9 (Number buttons) to enter a channel number between 1 and 32768. Press M on the Setup Remote Control to display the Hotel ■ Rings: This option define which Ring is to be currently Setup Menu. used by the TV for Hotel guest viewing. The default is Ring 1, and only those channels marked as valid Ring1 Hotel and Room Information channels are accessible on the TV. ■ SmartGuide: This option allows selection

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■ Current Ring: “Ring1”, “Ring2”, “Ring3”, “Ring4”. Only ■ Switch On Options are: those channels assigned to the “Current Ring” will be • Hotel Logo: This option allows the TV to display a available to the guest. customized logo on the Home Menu of TV, • Welcome Picture: This option enables a Note customizable picture to be shown at TV startup to welcome the guest, before the TV switches to the Channels can be assigned to more than one ring. channel or input source that is defi ned in Swi

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