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    User Manual 50PL9126D 50PL9220D F or Customer Use / À l’usa ge du client / P ara Uso del Cliente [...]

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    How to mak e the optimal connection (only RF cable is pr ovided, f or the rest of the cables, please[...]

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    1 AE: Set-T op Bo x to TV FR: Boîtier de décodag e v ers télé viseur ES: De la caja superior o c[...]

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    3 AE: D VD Pla y er or Recorder to TV FR: Lecteur D VD ou Enregistr eur v ers télé viseur ES: Del [...]

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    5 AE: D VD Pla y er/Recorder/VCR to TV FR: Lecteur D VD/Enregistr eur D VD/Magnétoscope v ers le t?[...]

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    7 AE: Audio to Hi-fi System (Digital) FR: Audio v ers chaîne haute fidélité (Numérique) ES: Au[...]

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    1 A Guide to Digital TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    2 Do not insert the po wer plug in a wall socket before all connections are made . The major benefit[...]

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    3 W atching Cable TV pro grams that don’ t require the cable bo x Since you’ v e connected the c[...]

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    4 Cable box with S-Video , component video (YPbPr) or HDMI connectors See Connect Accessor y Devices[...]

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    5 PO WER button Press to turn on/off the TV from or to standby mode . Note: When the TV is turned on[...]

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    6 Should your remote be lost or brok en you can still change some of the basic settings with the but[...]

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    7 Tips: • When you have lock ed TV c hannels while initiating autopro gram, a message appear s ask[...]

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    8 Digital Channel selection dela y Due to the tuning complexity of subchannel digital pro gramming, [...]

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    9 Ho w to na vigate through the Settings menus The Settings menu allows you to access and change set[...]

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    10 This menu is used to control the settings of special TV functions, features and accessor y device[...]

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    11 & Select Caption ser vice . é Press the cursor right button. “ Select the desired Caption [...]

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    12 Tips: Emergency Aler t Signalling is not possible: - when content bro wsing; - with analogue vide[...]

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    13 Sour ce This menu allows you to identify the accessor y devices you hav e connected to the extern[...]

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    14 Press the MENU button on the remote control to display the Settings menu. The TV menu gives you a[...]

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    15 DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) Automatically filters out and reduces the image noise and improv es[...]

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    16 Sound mode This selects the modes for stereo or surround sound reproduction dependent on the broa[...]

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    17 Channels menu This menu can control special functions for the TV channels. & Select Channels [...]

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    18 When All has been selected, all items in the age-based and in the contents-based lists are locked[...]

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    19 Region ratings lock This function allows you to control access to digital programs based on downl[...]

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    20 The picture you received from the broadcaster or pla yback from D VDs may be in widescreen or con[...]

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    21 Using HDMI Connect RF cable from wall to input at back of the cable box. Connect cable box to TV [...]

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    22 4 D VD Pla y er/D VD Recorder/VCR to TV Using S-Video Connect S-Video cable to S-Video input on b[...]

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    23 Using SPDIF Connect audio cable from the SPDIF jack on the rear of the TV to the DIGIT AL IN jack[...]

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    24 Multimedia bro wser Multimedia bro wser lets you displa y pictures or play audio files stored on [...]

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    25 F ollo wing icons ma y appear : folder pictures music self made pla ylist/album Notes: • Y our [...]

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    26 SYMPT OMS SUGGESTED STEPS T O T AKE Hookup Can't get external audio equipment to work with T[...]

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    27 If your prob lem is not solved T urn your TV off and then on again once . Ne ver attempt to repai[...]

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    28 Glossar y Active Control Active Control is a unique, intelligent and proactiv e control system. I[...]

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    29 Car e and Cleaning • T o av oid possible shock hazar d, be sure the TV is unplugged fr om the e[...]

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    30 Specifications 50PL9126 / 50PL9220 PICTURE / DISPLA Y A sp e c t r a t i o 16 : 9 Displa y screen[...]

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    31 Intr oduction Philips offers software upgrade capability for your TV using USB por table memor y [...]

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    32 Manual software upgrade procedur e For a manual software upgrade copy the “autorun.upg” file [...]

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    33 Philips, P.O. Box 671539, Marietta, GA. 30006-0026 PHILIPS LIMITED WARRANTY ONE (1) YEAR WARRANTY[...]

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