Philips FTR9964/69S manual

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    VGA IN L R L R AUDIO VGA OUT 3 L R AUDIO IN Y C b CVBS Y/C S-VHS CVBS AV3 AV2 AV1 AV4 C r AUDIO 2 2 [...]

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    Contents 1 English Y our remote contr ol 2 Preparation 3-4 T o use the menus and the men u system 4 [...]

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    2 M h a SMART ACTIVE CONTROL SMART 2 13 5 46 8 79 0 B w ® Ò ‡π † æ b Ï i Mq a SÌ b TV MOVI[...]

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    3 Pr eparation & Place the receiv er box wher ever y ou want, but mak e sure that air can circul[...]

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    4 Pr eparation T o use the menus and the menu system Attention: point the remote control to the indi[...]

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    5 Installation & Press the MENU Ï ke y on the remote contr ol. When you tur n on your TV for th[...]

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    6 Installation Automatic installation Install Start Install Manual installation Install Selection mo[...]

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    7 Installation Give name It is possible to change the name stored in the memory or to assign a name [...]

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    8 Installation 8 The Setup menu allows y ou to adjust initial settings, i.e. those which are not rel[...]

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    9 Installation Multipip format Multipip format allows y ou to view multiple channels or sour ces at [...]

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    10 Installation 10 Pro gramme title & Select Pro gramme title with the cursor down. é Press the[...]

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    11 Installation Sour ce This menu allows y ou to select the peripheral you connected to one of the e[...]

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    12 Use of the r emote control M h a SMART ACTIVE CONTROL SMART PICTURE SOUND 2 13 5 46 8 79 0 B w ®[...]

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    13 Use of the r emote control U Q ®q c fih INSTANT ZOOM 2 13 5 46 8 79 0 B w ® Ò ‡π † æ b [...]

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    14 Use of the r emote control 2 13 5 46 8 79 0 i0 h SMART SMART ACTIVE CONTROL h Ma h Active Contr o[...]

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    15 Use of the menus TV menu Press the MENU Ï k ey on the r emote control to summon the main men u. [...]

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    16 Use of the menus 16 Colour enhancement When activated, this featur e automatically controls gr ee[...]

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    17 Use of the menus Headphone volume This control allo ws you to adjust the v olume level of the hea[...]

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    18 Use of the menus Featur es Programme Sleeptimer Subtitle Child lock On timer Lock Custom lock Unl[...]

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    19 Use of the menus On timer With the On timer function you can mak e your TV automatically s witch [...]

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    20 Dual scr een/PIP 20 20 Press the b k ey to turn on or off Dual scr een or PIP , according to the [...]

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    21 Multipip PIP 12 In the Setup menu, General, p . 9 y ou selected which Multipip format you pref er[...]

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    22 T elete xt Guide 22 22 TV channels which broadcast teletext also transmit a page with the program[...]

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    23 T elete xt Guide Basic functions The functions Revie w , Record, Remind, W atch and Lock can be a[...]

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    24 T elete xt Guide 24 24 Video recor der restrictions with T eletext Guide The Record item and the [...]

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    25 T elete xt Most TV channels broadcast information via teletext. Depending on the TV channel, tele[...]

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    26 T elete xt 26 26 Select subpag es When a selected teletext page consists of differ ent subpages, [...]

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    27 T elete xt Re veal Rev eals/conceals hidden information on a page, such as solutions to riddles a[...]

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    28 Connect P eripheral Equipment Connect P eripheral Equipment There is a wide range of audio and vi[...]

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    29 Connect P eripheral Equipment With euroconnector Connect your D VD play er with a eurocable to on[...]

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    30 Connect P eripheral Equipment & Connect the audio cable to the multi channel Surr ound receiv[...]

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    31 Connect P eripheral Equipment Equipment connected with an aerial cable only : Select the programm[...]

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    32 Remote Contr ol functions for peripherals The video recor der can be operated via the VCR menu on[...]

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    33 Remote Contr ol functions for peripherals D VD keys Press one of the f ollowing ke ys after you h[...]

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    34 Record T o r ecord S-VHS quality , connect an S-VHS peripheral directly to the video recor der . [...]

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    35 Tips & Index P oor Picture • Ha ve you selected the cor rect TV system? • Is your monitor[...]

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    36 Glossar y Automatic Channel Installation (ACI ) Automatically installs all TV channels in the sam[...]