Philips 32PW9309/05 manual


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    Information f or users in the UK (Not applicable outside the UK) P ositioning the TV F or the best r esults, choose a position where light does not fall dir ectl y on the screen, and at some distance a wa y from radiators or other sour ces of heat. Lea v e a space of at least 5 cm all ar ound the TV for v entilation, making sure that curtains, cupb[...]

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    1 Contents Preparation ........................................................................................ 2 Ke ys on top of the TV .................................................................... 2 Y our remote contr ol ................................................................... 3-4 To use the menus ...............................[...]

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    2 & Place the TV on a solid surface. ! 28PW9309: 37 kg; 32PW9309: 56 kg ! F or v entilation, lea ve at least 5 cm fr ee all ar ound the TV . Do not place the TV on a carpet.T o pre v ent an y unsafe situations, do not place any objects on top of the TV . Av oid heat, direct sunlight and exposur e to rain or water . é Insert the aerial plug fir[...]

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    3 3 ®Ò‡π† Audio- and Video equipment ke ys (p . 17) U Time displa y The time is displa y ed on the screen. æ T eletext guide on/off p . 12 Press the b key to show T eletext guide on the right half of the screen. OK Press this k ey • to activate your choice, when in the menus. • to displa y the pr ogramme list. S Fr eeze To freeze the pi[...]

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    4 b ¬ + - V + - P v i 0 VCR DVD TV SAT AMP S MENU 123 456 789 0 x † ® ® ® ® q b h Q SMART SMART a M ACTIVE CONTROL B OK SELECT æ ‡π Ò U ® º 0 Smart surf With this k ey y ou can easily s witch betw een 2 up to 9 differ ent TV channels or sources. See General, Smar t surf, p. 7. Press the OK ke y or wait for the time out to dismiss the [...]

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    5 To use the menus & Press the MENU ke y on the r emote contr ol to summon the main menu. At any moment y ou can exit the menu b y pressing the MENU ke y again. Note: If you have connected equipment with Cinema Link, more menu items are present. é Use the cursor in the up/down dir ection to select the TV , Setup , Demo or Install menu. Use the[...]

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    6 & Select Automatic install in the Install menu. Note: All channels must be unlocked in order to autoprogram. If requested, enter your code to unlock all channels . (See TV , Features menu, Childlock, p. 11.) é Press the cursor do wn. The autoprogramming option label Start a ppears. “ Press the cursor right. ‘ The message Searching a ppea[...]

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    7 Reshuffle the pr o gramme list Y ou can change the order of the stored TV channels. & Select Reshuffle in the Installation menu. é F ollow the instructions on scr een. Select F a v ourite TV channels & Select Fa v ourite pr ogrammes in the Install menu. é Select your pr ogramme n umber with the cursor up/down. “ Select Ye s or No with[...]

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    8 T eletext le vel 2.5 Some br oadcasters offer the opportunity to see more colours, other background colours and nicer pictures in the teletext pages. & Select T eletext le v el 2.5 . é Press the cursor right to select T elete xt le v el 2.5 On to take advantage of this featur e. “ Press the cursor right again to select T elete xt le vel 2.[...]

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    9 & Press the cursor right to select Pictur e . é Select the menu items in the Pictur e menu with the cursor up/down. “ Adjust the settings with the cursor left/right or enter the list of submenu items with the cursor right. Select a submenu item with the cursor up/down. Note: T o remove the menu background before adjusting the picture setti[...]

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    10 & Press the cursor right to select Sound . é Select the menu items in the Sound menu with the cursor up/down and adjust the settings with the cursor left/right. Remember , control settings ar e at normal mid-range lev els when the bar scale is centred. Smart sound Select Smart sound to display a list of pr edefined sound settings, each corr[...]

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    11 Pr ogramme list Press the OK ke y to switch o ver to the selected TV channel or external. Select subtitles The subtitle page must be stor ed for each TV channel: Switch on teletext and select the pr oper subtitle page fr om the index. Switch off teletext. Subtitle On will automatically displa y them on the selected TV channels if subtitles are i[...]

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    12 T eletext guide & Press the æ key . é Select a TV channel with the cursor up/down and pr ess OK . “ Mov e the cursor up to the top of the channel list wher e the name of the selected TV channel rea ppears. ‘ Press the cursor right to mo v e the puck ov er the selection ball. ( In the teletext index page, look for the pr ogramme guide p[...]

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    13 Switch T eletext on and off Press b to switch the teletext on. Select a T eletext pa g e - Enter the desired page n umber with the digit ke ys, the cursor k eys up/do wn or with the -P+ key . - Select the options at the bottom of the screen with the colour k eys. Pr e viousl y selected teletext pa g e (Only possible in case there is no list of f[...]

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    14 T eletext menu (only availab le in full screen teletext mode) & Press the MENU ke y to activate the menu. é Press the cursor up/do wn to select the menu items. “ Press the cursor right to activate. Re v eal Rev eals/conceals hidden inf ormation on a page, such as solutions to riddles and puzzles. Press the cursor right to activate. Fav ou[...]

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    15 There is a wide range of audio and video equipment that can be connected to y our TV . The following connection diagrams sho w y ou how to connect them. Note: EXT . 1 can handle CVBS and RGB, EXT . 2 CVBS and Y/C . It is preferred to connect per ipherals with RGB output to EXT . 1 as RGB provides a better picture quality . If your recorder is pr[...]

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    16 Press the v ke y on the r emote contr ol repeatedl y to select EXT1 , EXT2 or SIDE according to where y ou connected y our equipment at the back or the right side of y our TV . Remar k : Most equipment (decoder , recorder) carr ies out the switching itself, when it is switched on. To select connected equipment See the separate supplied Cinema Li[...]

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    17 Audio- and video equipment k e ys Most of the audio and video equipment fr om the Philips range of pr oducts can be operated with the remote contr ol of y our TV . Press the Select ke y to operate an y of the equipment indicated in the displa y . Another device can be selected by pr essing Select repeatedl y within 2 seconds. The led will blink [...]

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    18 Tips Care of the scr een Do not touch, push or rub or strik e the scr een with anything har d as this ma y scratch, mar or damage the screen permanently . And please do not rub with dust clothes with chemical treatment. Do not touch the surface with bare hands or greasy cloth (some cosmetics ar e detrimental to the scr een). Unplug the TV befor [...]

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    T able of TV frequencies. Frequenztabelle der Fernsehsender . Liste des fréquences des émetteurs. Frequentietabel TV -Zenders. T abella delle frequenze delle trasmittenti. Lista de las frecuencias de las emisoras. Lista das frequências dos emissores. Liste over TV senderne. T abell over TV-frekvenser . T abell över TV-frekvenser . TV -taajuusta[...]

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    AUDIO TV IN VCR IN TV VCR AUDIO TV IN VCR IN TV VCR 2 1 EXT. 2 1 EXT. 1 3 TV IN VCR IN CINEMA LINK 4 DIGITAL IN Recorder DVD 1 3 TV IN VCR IN CINEMA LINK 4 DIGITAL IN Recorder DVD 2 CENTRE OUT CENTRE OUT 2 2298.1 (16x24) 23-03-2004 09:40 Pagina 2[...]

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    The connection diagram in the inside cov er shows y ou how to connect the Cinema Link peripherals with each other . Notes: - Besides the TV at least one per ipheral should be provided with the Cinema Link functionality to benefit from this feature. - T o take advantage of the highest quality of multi channel Surround sound it is advisable that you [...]

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    2 Receiv er menu Note: When Cinema Link is enabled, certain items of the Sound menu (see TV menu) are steered by the audio receiver instead of by the TV . & Press the MENU ke y on the r emote contr ol. é Press the cursor do wn to select Receiv er . “ Press the cursor right to enter the Receiv er men u items. ‘ Press the cursor up/do wn to [...]

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    3 Surr ound men u Dependent on the audio receiv er speak ers configuration, you ma y not be able to select certain menu items. Adjustment of the volume le vel of the loudspeak ers Note: the test tone function is automatically cancelled by the audio receiver when leaving the Sur round menu. & Select T est T one On . A steady noise tone is switch[...]

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    4 In the Automatic installation menu select Start to activate the automatic sear ching of all radio stations which can be r eceiv ed. The pr ogramme list is automatically filled with all the n umbers and names of the radio stations transmitted. Automatic installation Automatic install Install Start Receiver Y ou can also search for a kno wn radio s[...]

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