Philips 32PFL5604/60 manual

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    Register your pr oduct and get support at www .philips.com/w elcome 32PFL5404/12 32PFL5404/60 42PFL5[...]

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    1 7 Connect devices 26 Back connector s for 19-22 inch TV 26 Back connector s fo[...]

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    2 Pi xel c h ar a c te ri s ti cs T hi s L C D p r od u c t h a s a hi gh n u mb e r of col ou r p[...]

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    3 1 Re m ove f us e cove r a nd f us e . 2 T h e r e pl a cem e nt f u se m us t[...]

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    4 R is k of i nj ur y or d a ma ge to t h e T V ! • T wo p eo p le a r e r e q ui r e d to li f t [...]

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    5 Disposal of y our old product and batteries Y o ur p r od u c t i s d es ig ne d [...]

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    6 • Low s t a ndby p ower co ns um pt io n T he c la s s- l e ad in g an d hi gh l y ad v an ce d[...]

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    7 Remote contr ol 1 28 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 17 19 20 18 15 16 27 24 23 21 22 26[...]

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    8 o ( Stop ) Sto ps pl ay ba ck . p ( Mute ) Mu tes or res tores volume. q [...]

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    9 Note If y ou c a n no t lo c at e yo ur r em ot e co nt r o l an d • w an t to s wi t ch o n[...]

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    10 Adjust TV v olume T o incr e ase or decrease v olume Pr e s s •[...]

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    11 Remov e de vices fr om the home menu If a device is no longer connected to the TV , [...]

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    12 • [T in t ] A dj us t s t h e col ou r ba la n ce in a n image. • [Cus to m t int] Cus to[...]

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    13 Use smar t sound Us e s ma r t so un d to a p pl y pr e - d efi ne d so un d set tings[...]

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    14 Select teletext subpages A te le t ex t p ag e ca n h ol d se ve r a l s ub pa ge s . [...]

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    15 Tip W h en w a t ch in g T V , p r e ss • OPTIONS > [M a r k a s f avour i t e] to sa [...]

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    16 Use TV lock Y ou can prevent your children from watching cer tain progr ams or cer t[...]

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    17 Use the TV clock Y ou can display a clock on the TV screen. Set the TV clock [...]

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    18 Use sleeptimer with Scenea wallpaper By d ef au l t , yo u r T V di sp lay s t he S ce[...]

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    19 Tip W h en i n f ul l s cr e e n m od e , p r e ss • to m ove be t we e n ph ot os . [...]

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    20 Change TV pr efer ences 1 Pr e s s ( Home ). 2 Selec t [[...]

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    21 3 P r e ss to e nt e r [Decoder ] . 4 P r e ss to e nt e r [C h a n n e l[...]

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    22 Step 2 Install Channels S el ec t yo ur co un t r y fo r pr o pe r c ha nn e l inst a[...]

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    23 Select y our system Note S k i p t hi s s t e p if y ou r s y s t e m se t t in g[...]

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    24 Skip channels 1 P r e ss ( Home ). 2 P r e ss t o se l ec t [[...]

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    25 Reorder channels After you install channels, you can rearr ange the order in which the[...]

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    26 b HD M I 1 Di gi t al a ud i o an d v id e o in pu t fr o m hi gh - de fi ni ti o n di[...]

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    27 h E X T 2 ( Y P b Pr a nd AU DI O L /R ) A na lo gu e a ud io a n d vi d eo i np u t [...]

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    28 e E X T 1 ( RG B a nd CVBS ) / CVBS ( EXT 2 ) A na lo gu e a ud io [...]

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    29 b Ste r e o au di o ou t p u t to h ea d ph on es o r ear phones. c AUD IO L / R Au[...]

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    30 • DV I - H D M I c a b l e • H DM I c ab le a nd H D M I - DV I ada p to r • VGA [...]

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    31 Enable or disable EasyLink Note Do n ot e n a bl e P hi li p s Ea sy L i n k if y ou[...]

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    32 Note Y ou mu s t ma p t he a u di o i np u t f r o m t he • con n e c t ed d e vi [...]

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    33 • [Dev . root menu ] Acce ss e s th e r o ot me n u of t he C D/ DVD/ga m e di sc . • [D[...]

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    34 Multimedia Su p po r te d s tor a ge d ev ice : U S B ( O n ly • F A T or FA T[...]

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    35 Suppor ted TV mounts T o mount the TV , purchase a Philips TV mount or a VESA-[...]

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    36 TV channel issues Pre viously installed channels do not appear in the channel list[...]

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    37 Computer connection issues The computer displa y on the TV is not stable: Ch e ck [...]

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    38 digit al s er vices tele tex t 10 ,1 4 display res olut ion 34 Dual vie w[...]

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    39 T T abl e of P a ge s 14 techni cal sp eci ca tions 34 teletext fea tu[...]

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    40 W wall paper 17 EN Downloaded From TV-Manual.com Manuals[...]