Philips 62PL9774/37B manual

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    3135 035 22883 HD TV Monitor with Pix el Plus ™ H D T V Monitor with Pix el Plus ™ ™ 55PL9774 [...]

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    2 Registering your model with PHILIPS mak es you eligible for all of the valuable benef its listed b[...]

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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read before operating equipment 1. Read these instructions. 2. Keep th[...]

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    4 Contents I NTRODUCTION W elcome/Registration of Y our TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Safet[...]

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    5 Items Included with This TV F eatures Compact design with lo w weight The unique Philips single-pa[...]

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    6 W a ys TV Signals Can Come to Y our Home Analog Signal Digital Signal TV Antenna at Y our Home Cab[...]

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    7 Descriptions of Jacks, Cables, and Connectors TUNER V G S-VIDEO This page contains descriptions an[...]

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    8 P anel Jack Compatibility Information 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 DVI G S-VIDEO G S-VIDEO RLV RL RL RL V Pr Pb Y[...]

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    9 Pr e-connection Recommendations P ositioning the TV Before connecting accessory devices—VCR, DVD[...]

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    10 1 Connect the incoming antenna or cable TV signal to the ANT IN jack on the back of the VCR. 2 Us[...]

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    11 Connecting a VCR and Cab le Bo x ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMAT[...]

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    12 1 Using an S-V ideo cable, connect to the S-V ideo output on the back of the S-V ideo device and [...]

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    13 1 Using Audio/V ideo cables, connect to the YPbPr jacks on the back of the standard DVD player an[...]

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    14 1 Using Audio/V ideo cables, connect to the YPbPr jacks on the back of the pro- gressive-scan DVD[...]

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    15 1 Using Component V ideo cables, con- nect to the YPbPr jacks on the back of the HD satellite rec[...]

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    16 1 Using a DVI cable, connect to the DVI jack on the back of the HD satellite receiver and to the [...]

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    17 Connecting Surr ound Sound Equipment ® ® ® ® MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMAT SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELE[...]

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    18 1 Using the Audio/V ideo cable supplied with your video game system, connect to the back of the g[...]

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    19 Labeling the Audio/Video Input Sources ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN [...]

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    20 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    21 Standby–On Press to turn the TV on or off. NOTE: The TV is never powered off completely unless [...]

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    22 Pr o gramming the Remote Contr ol ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA[...]

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    23 Pr o gramming the Remote Contr ol ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA[...]

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    24 Pr o gramming the Remote Contr ol: Setup Codes Amplifier Carver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    25 Pr o gramming the Remote Contr ol: Setup Codes VCR (continued) Magnin . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[...]

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    26 Operating Accessor y De vices with the TV Remote ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE P[...]

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    Operating Accessor y De vices with the TV Remote 27 CBL (Cable) & SA T Mode ® ® ® ® SAP CONT[...]

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    28 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    29 Selecting an AutoPicture ™ Option ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FOR[...]

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    30 T o adjust your TV picture controls, select a chan- nel and follow these steps. 1 Press the Menu [...]

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    31 The Digital Processing control gives you a choice of different picture scanning modes. Progr essi[...]

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    32 The Dynamic Contrast control allows you to sharpen the picture quality by making dark portions of[...]

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    33 For many reasons, one of which is poor cable reception, the picture can sometimes appear slightly[...]

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    34 The Color Enhancement control can improve the picture quality of pictures with a high sat- uratio[...]

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    35 Y our TV’ s wide screen (16:9 aspect ratio) delivers a home-cinema experience that isn’t poss[...]

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    36 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    37 Besides the normal volume level control, your TV also has a headphone volume control. This contro[...]

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    38 AutoSound™ allows you to select from four factory-set controls and a personal control. The pers[...]

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    39 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    40 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    41 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    42 Selecting a Sound Mode Option ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T S[...]

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    43 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    44 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    45 Y ou may have noticed the peaks and valleys of sound that occur between program changes or at com[...]

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    46 The volume level coming from channel to channel and broadcast to broadcast can vary widely . The [...]

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    47 Using Closed Captioning ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV[...]

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    48 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    49 NOTE: Before you set the On T imer, you must set the clock. See page 65. The On T imer control al[...]

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    50 The Channel List control shows all the avail- able channels that Auto Programming placed in the T[...]

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    51 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    52 Using Lock Channel ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR[...]

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    53 Y ou may want to block programming after a certain time of day . This feature is excellent for li[...]

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    54 Y ou can select specific TV Ratings to block broadcast signals that have unsuitable content. 1 Pr[...]

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    55 Y ou can prevent the viewing of unsuitable programming based on movie ratings. 1 Press the Menu b[...]

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    56 If you live near a television station’ s transmit- ter tower , you may receive an interfering s[...]

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    57 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    58 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    59 Changing Channels/Input Sour ces and Repositioning Dual Scr een/PIP G ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACT[...]

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    60 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    61 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACT IVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PI[...]

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    62 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    63 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    64 There are several features which require the TV clock to be set. Y ou can either set the clock ma[...]

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    65 If you select Manual in the Auto Clock Mode, you need to set the time manually . 1 Press the Menu[...]

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    66 ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCREEN FORMA T SURF TV SURR HD INFO SELECT PIX[...]

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    67 Using Installation F eatures: Languag e and Autopr ogram G For Spanish- and French-speaking TV ow[...]

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    68 C LEANING THE TV W ARNING T o avoid possible shock hazard, be sure the TV is unplugged fr om the [...]

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    69 Cleaning or Replacing the Filters DVI G S-VIDEO G S-VIDEO RLV RL RL RL V Pr Pb Y RL RL Pr Pb Y Pr[...]

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    70 Replacing the Lamp 1 2 3 4 The Cineos TV uses a lamp with a limited lifetime to illuminate the pi[...]

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    71 Replacing the Lamp 5 6 7 8 9 Go to page 69 for instructions for resetting the Lamp Lifetime count[...]

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    72 Resetting the Lamp ’ s Lifetime Counter ® ® ® ® SAP CONTROL ACTIVE CLOCK AV + MUTE PIP SCRE[...]

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    73 T r oubleshooting Re view This List of Symptoms and Checks Bef ore Requesting Service Y ou may be[...]

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    74 T r oubleshooting TV -r elated Checks (continued) Y ou ha ve no pictur e. • If you have made a [...]

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    75 Pr oduct Specifications Picture • Screen Size 62PL9774: 62 ” measured diag onally 55PL9774: 5[...]

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    76 Index A Active Contr ol ™ Plus, 28 Active Contr ol ™ Plus Window , *Q5 Active Standb y Window[...]

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    77 Notes[...]

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    78 Notes[...]

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    79 Notes[...]

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    80 PHILIPS TELEVISION One Year Free Labor One Year Free Service on Parts 30 days Free Service on Tel[...]