Philips 32PFL6505H user manual

User manual for the device Philips 32PFL6505H

Device: Philips 32PFL6505H
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Date of adding : 2014-09-22 16:37:02
Number of pages: 65
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Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
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32PFL6605H
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EN User Manual


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Contact information België/ Belgique Latvia Sverige 0800 80 190 Gratis / Gratuit 52737691 local 08 5792 9100 Lokalsamtal ß tcha www.philips.com/support Lithuania Suisse/Schweiz/Svizzera България 67228896 local 0800 002 050 00800 11 544 24 Schweizer Festnetztarif/ Tarif réseau fixe France Luxemburg/Luxembourg 40 6661 5644 Česká republika Suomi Ortsgespräch/Appel local 800142840 Bezplatný hovor 09 2311 3415 paikallispuhelu Magyarország Danmark 0680018189 Ingyenes hívás Türkiye 3525 8759 Lokalt op

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Contents 1 Get started 4 6 Troubleshooting 56 TV Tour 4 Contact us 56 Important 9 General TV issues 56 Position the TV 12 TV channel issues 56 Product highlights 13 Picture issues 56 Access more information 14 Sound issues 57 HDMI connection issues 57 2 Use your TV 15 USB connection issues 58 Overview 15 PC connection issues 58 Side controls and indicators 15 7 Technical data 59 Remote control 15 Basic TV menus 17 Overview 59 Watch TV 19 Power and reception 59 Watch a

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1 Get started TV Tour The remote control To open or close the Home menu . In the Home menu, you can access connected devices, picture and sound settings, and other useful features. To adjust the volume. To open or close the Browse menu . In the Browse menu, you can access Teletext, the channel list, or the electronic Program Guide (EPG)*. To switch TV channels. *EPG is not available in all countries. EN 4

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To open or close the Options menu . Back . Options menus offer convenient settings To return to the previous TV channel or menu. Press and hold to return to watching related to what is on-screen. TV. To open or close the Experience menu . Red In the Experience menu, you can access a To select the red option, access digital range of frequently used settings. Interactive TV services*, or watch TV demonstration clips. *Available on certain models only. E

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Blue Green To select the blue option or to open the To select the green option or the Widgets*. energy-efficient settings. *Available on certain models only. Read more about the remote control in Help > Use your TV > Remote control > Overview (Page 15). Alternatively, find the answer in Search for... Press to select the next TV tour. The TV menus Yellow To select the yellow option. Let's learn more about these frequently used menus:  the Home menu

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 the Options menu  the Experience menu In the Options menu , you can select settings related to what is shown on screen. For example, while you watch a channel, you In the Home menu , you can select the can mark it as a favorite. source to watch, such as a TV channel, or movies from a connected DVD player or USB flash drive. You can also add a new device or access the [Setup] menu for more settings. In the Experience menu , you can quickly adjust A

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The HDMI connection offers the best Connect devices picture and sound quality. If you connect a device to this TV, access the Home menu to add it. Press > [Add your devices], then follow the on-screen instructions. Ensure that you select the correct TV connector which the device is connected to. Read more in Help > Use your TV > Basic TV Menus > Add your devices (Page 18). If you connect an EasyLink (HDMI-CEC) compliant device to the TV, it is automatically added to the H

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Contact your dealer for more information. Risk of short circuit or fire! Go to www.philips.com/support to find  Never expose the remote control or FAQs that list the HD channels or providers batteries to rain, water or excessive in your country. heat.  Avoid force coming onto power plugs. Loose power plugs can cause arcing or Important fire. Risk of injury or damage to the TV! Congratulations NonPublish  Two people are required to lift and Congratulations on you

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Risk of overheating!  Avoid stationary images as much as possible. Stationary images are images  Never install the TV in a confined space. Always leave a space of at least 4 that remain onscreen for extended inches around the TV for ventilation. periods of time. Stationary images Ensure curtains or other objects never include onscreen menus, black bars, time displays, etc. If you must use cover the ventilation slots on the TV. stationary images, reduce screen Risk of injury,

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Built-in energy efficient settings Your product contains batteries covered by  Low standby power consumption: The the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which class-leading and highly-advanced cannot be disposed with normal household power circuitry brings down the power waste. Please inform yourself about the local consumption of the TV to an extremely rules on separate collection of batteries low level, without losing out on the because correct disposal helps to prevent co

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Find detailed information on standby energy To prevent damage to cables and consumption, warranty policy, spare parts connectors, be sure to leave a clearance of and recycling of this TV at the Philips website at least 5.5cm/2.2" from the back of the TV. for your country at www.philips.com. For 32 inch to 40 inch TVs (For PFL6XX5 Information on end of use only): Inform yourself on the correct disposal of Before you wall mount the TV, record the this TV and batteries, see Get started

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 The ideal distance to watch TV from, is For 37 inch to 42 inch TVs three times its diagonal screen size. For Before you wall mount the TV, record the example, if the diagonal screen size of correct length of the screw. You can the TV is 116cm/46", the ideal viewing determine the length of the screw by adding distance is ~3.5m/~138" from the front the thickness of your wall mount to the of the screen. screw length shown in the graphic.  While seated, your eyes should be

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Before carrying out instructions, temporarily Digital TV NonPublish close the user manual by pressing on the In addition to normal analog TV broadcasts, remote control. Open to the same page in your TV can receive digital terrestrial the user manual by selecting [Help] in the (DVB-T) broadcasts. Where available, your home menu. TV can also receive digital cable (DVB-C), digital satellite (DVB-S: Not supported on all On the Internet NonPublish models) and digital radio broadcas

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2 Use your TV Overview This section gives you an overview of commonly used TV controls and functions. Side controls and indicators 1. Standby indicator/ remote control sensor. Remote control Overview NonPublish 1. +/- : Increases or decreases volume. In home menu, press these buttons to move horizontally. 2. (Home): Accesses the home menu. 1. (Standby): Switches the TV to standby Press again to launch an activity in home if it is on. Switches on the TV if

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Make sure the + and - ends of the batteries line up correctly (+ and - are marked inside). Remove the batteries if you are not using the remote control for a long time. Dispose of batteries according to the end of use directives. Read Get started > Important > End of use (Page 10). 7. (Experience): Accesses the Refers to the following for the location of experience menu. the different battery compartments: 8. (Options): Accesses options for the For remote control with A

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On-screen remote control For remote control with coin cell batteries: NonPublish Note: Available if the connected device is HDMI-CEC compliant. An On-Screen Remote Control (OSRC) gives you easy access to commonly used functions. The on-screen buttons available differ depending on your TV setup and features of the connected HDMI-CEC device. To access the OSRC 1. While watching TV or a connected device, press . 2. Select [Show device keys], then press OK. 3. Use the N

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 [Picture format]: Changes the picture  [Add your devices]: Adds new devices format. to the home menu. Note that you must  [Smart picture]: Frequently-used add a new device to the home menu, picture settings. in order to access it.  [Smart sound]: Frequently-used sound  [Setup]: Accesses menus that allow you settings. to change picture, sound and other TV  [Speakers]: Configure TV speakers for settings. Philips EasyLink.  [Picture shift]: Adjusts the position of

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 [Quick picture and sound settings]: Watch TV Guides you through picture and sound settings.  [TV settings]: Advanced picture and Switch on/off or to standby sound settings.  [Search for channels] or [Search for satellite]: Guides you through antenna or satellite (if available) channel installation.  [Channel settings] or [Satellite settings]: Advanced channel settings.  [Update software]: Guides you through an update of the TV software.  [Software settings]: Adv

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 Press +/- on the side of the TV. Though your TV consumes very little power when in standby, energy continues to be consumed. When not in use for an extended period of time, switch off the TV using the power switch on the bottom of the set. Switch channels NonPublish  Press on the remote control or P/CH +/- on the side of the TV. NonPublish To mute or unmute sound  Press to mute the sound.  Press again to restore the sound. Use the [Sound] menu to adjust headph


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