Philips 32PFL7862D user manual

User manual for the device Philips 32PFL7862D

Device: Philips 32PFL7862D
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Number of pages: 46
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 1
Table of contents
7 Connections (DVD, receiver, ...) 32
1 Important 3
7.1 Connections overview 32
1.1 Safety 3
7.2 About connecting 34
1.2 Care of the screen 3
7.3 Connect your devices 36
1.3 Recycling 3
7.4 Connections setup 40
7.5 Preparing for digital services 41
2Your TV 4
2.1 Television overview 4
2.2 Product highlights 5 8Technical data 42
9Troubleshooting 43
3 Getting started 6
3.1 Position the TV 6
3.2 Wall mounting - VESA 7 10 In

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 2 2007 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics Open source software Mains fuse (UK only) N.V. All rights reserved. Specifications This television contains open source This TV is fitted with an approved are subject to change without notice. software. Philips hereby offers to deliver moulded plug. Should it become Trademarks are the property of or make available, upon request, for a necessary to replace the mains fuse, this Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or cha

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 3 • Stationary images Avoid stationary images as much as possible. If 1 Important you can not, reduce screen contrast and brightness to prevent damage to the screen. Read this user manual before you start to use this Stationary images are images that remain on the product. screen for a long time. Examples of stationary images are: on screen menus, teletext pages, black Pay attention to this section and closely follow the bars, stock market information,TV chan

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 4 2Your TV This section gives you an overview of the controls and functions of this TV. 2.1 Television overview Side controls Back connectors 32” / 80 cm (32PFL7862D) 1 2 3 4 5-6 1Volume up and down 2 Menu 3 Program or Channel up and down 42” / 107 cm (42PFL7862D) 4Power switch 5 Led indicator (Blue: On; Red: Standby) 6 Remote control sensor Side connectors To connect the antenna, DVD,VCR or other device. To connect a camera, game console, head

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B i b a b V ¬ P 0 v 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 5 Remote control 2.2 Product highlights Your new TV is equipped with some of the most modern audio or video innovations. Your TV offers the following advantages ... 1 DVD STB TV VCR AUX Pixel Plus SELECT Offers perfect picture quality from any source. DEMO 2 100Hz LCD OPTION ® Results in superior sharpness of motion reproduction, better black level, high contrast with a ® ® OK 3 flicker-free, quiet image and a larger viewing angle.

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 6 3.2 Wall mounting - VESA 3 Getting started This section helps you with the positioning and the 3.2.1 32” / 80 cm (32PFl7862D) first time installation of the TV. ) Caution Consider the TV’s weight if you wall mount it. 3.1 Position the TV Improper mounting could result in severe injury or damage. Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears ) Warning no responsibility for improper mounting or Carefully read the safety precautions in section 1.1 mounting that r

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 7 3.2.2 42” / 107 cm (42PFL7862D) Unmount the TV stand Your TV is prepared for VESA compliant wall ‡ Locate the 4 screws of the TV stand. mounting.This bracket is not included. Use a VESA compliant bracket with code VESA MIS-F, 600, 400 M8. ç Warning Consider the TV’s weight if you wall mount it. Improper mounting could result in severe injury or damage. Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. bears no responsibility for improper mounting that results in accide

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 8 Ò To remove the TV stand locate the 4 screws of 3.3 Remote control batteries the TV stand. ‡ Open the battery cover on the back of the remote control. ® Insert the 2 batteries supplied (Type AA-R6- 1,5V). Make sure the + and - ends of the batteries line up correctly (inside of case is marked.) Ò Close the cover. † Unscrew the 4 screws. rNote Remove the batteries if you don’t use the remote control for a long time. 3.4 Antenna cable 32” / 80 cm (32PFL7862D)

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2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 9 3.5 Connect the mains cord 3.6 First time installation ‡ Verify that your mains voltage corresponds with The first time, and only the first time, the mains the voltage printed on the sticker at the back of cord is inserted, the installation procedures starts the TV. Do not insert the mains cord if the up automatically. Follow the instructions on screen. voltage is different. ® Insert the mains cord tightly. Menu language Please select your English 32” / 80

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b V ¬ P P 0 0 v B B V ¬ P i b a ¬ 0 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 10 4.2 Watch TV 4 Use your TV Learn how to operate your TV for daily use. 4.2.1 Switch channels ‡ To switch TV channels: • Press a number (1 to 999) or press P+ or P- 4.1 Switch on or off - Standby on your remote control. • Press Program/Channel - or + on the side ® To switch on the TV: controls of the TV. ® ® • Press B Power at the right side of the TV if the ® Press 0 to return to the previously viewed TV standby led is

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0 v v b V ¬ P 0 v v ® 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 11 ® ® ® If the picture does not appear: Ò Press OK. ‡ Press AV v on the remote control. † Press Play π. 456 4.6 Select a Teletext page 789 AV 0 AV Most TV channels broadcast information via Teletext. Ò ‡ π † MHEG To watch Teletext: CANCEL ® FAV ‡ Press b. The main index page appears. ® Press AV v repeatedly to select the device. ® Wait a few seconds until the picture appears. ® ® Ò Press OK. OK † Use the remote control of the digital re

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

B i b a b V ¬ P 0 v 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 12 5 Use more of your TV This section deals with the more advanced use of your TV: •how to set locks and timers •how to use the menus • to set subtitles and select a subtitle language • to adjust the picture and sound settings •how you can view your photos or play your • more about Teletext favourite music from a USB memory device. •how to create favourite channel lists • the advantages of Electronic Programme Guide 5.1 Remote

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

B i b a 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 13 5.1.2 Operate Philips Audio/Video devices 15 AV v This TV remote control can operate most of the To select a connected device. Philips Audio/Video devices. 16 Volume up or down V You can select a DVD, a Digital or satellite receiver To adjust the volume. (STB), a VCR or tuner-amplifier (AUX) to operate. 17 Menu ‡ Press To switch the menu on or off. SELECT repeatedly to select one of the 18 Option devices you want to operate with the TV To switch

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

a b 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 14 5.2.2 Use of the menu 5.2 TV menu overview Learn to use the menus with this example. ‡ Press Menu on the remote control. With the on screen menus you install your TV, adjust picture and sound settings and access OPTION features.This section gives an overview of the ® ® menus and describes how to navigate. ® ® OK ® BROWSE BROWSE 5.2.1 The menu MENU MENU ‡ Press Menu on the remote control to show the ++ main menu. ® Press Menu to quit the menu. The main

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i b a 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 15 º Press navigation key right to enter the picture 5.2.3 Quick access menu settings. The Quick access menu gives direct access to some often needed menu items. Picture Contrast When digital channels are installed and broadcasted the relevant digital options are shown in the menu. Contrast 90 Brightness 47 ‡ Press Option on the remote control. Colour 52 ® Press navigation key up or down to select an Hue 0 option. Sharpness 4 Ò Press OK to show the sel

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 16 5.3.3 Picture settings 5.3 Picture and Sound settings This section describes how to adjust all picture settings. This section describes how to adjust picture and ‡ Press Menu on the remote control and select sound in the menus. TV menu > TV settings > Picture and press navigation key right to enter the list. ® Press navigation key up or down to select a 5.3.1 Settings assistant setting. Use the Settings assistant to guide you through basic picture and soun

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 17 Auto format (Not for PC.) • Pixel Plus Enlarges the picture Enables or disables Pixel Plus, the most ideal automatically to fill the picture setting. screen. Subtitles remain • HD Natural Motion visible. Reduces the field and line flicker and reproduces smooth movement especially in movies. Super zoom (Not for HD.) Set the level to Minimum, Maximum or Off. • 100 Hz LCD Removes the black bars on Switches 100 Hz LCD on or off. the side of 4:3 broadcasts. • D

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 18 • Mono/stereo 5.3.5 Sound settings If stereo broadcasting is available, you can select This section describes how to adjust all sound Mono or Stereo per TV channel. settings. • Surround mode ‡ Press Menu on the remote control and select To select a more spatial sound if broadcasted or TV menu > TV settings > Sound and press if available from a connected device. navigation key right to enter the list. • Headphone volume ® Press navigation key up or down to

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

i b a i b i a 2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 19 5.4.4 Search teletext 5.4 Teletext Quickly jump to a subject linked to a series of pagenumbers or search for specific words in Your TV has a 1200 pages memory that stores teletext pages. broadcasted teletext pages and subpages to reduce ‡ Press b. waiting time. ® Press OK to highlight the first word or number. To select a teletext page see section 4.6 Select a Ò Press navigation key left, right or up, down to Teletext page. jump to the next

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

2690.1 en 18-09-2007 16:50 Pagina 20 ‡ Press b. 5.5 Create favourite channel ® Press Menu. lists Teletext menu View the All channels list or set up a Favourite list Reveal Off of your own with your preferred TV channels and radio stations. For example, each member of your Cycle subpages Off family can create his or her own favourite list. Language Gr. II Ò Press navigation key up or down to select an 5.5.1 Select a favourite list option. Learn how to select one of the favourite channel † Pres


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