Philips FWD186 DVD Mini Hi-Fi System manual

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    FWD186 D VD Mini Hi-Fi System pg 001-021_FWD186_98-Eng-A 2006.5.26, 10:46 1[...]

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    2 CA UTION Use of contr ols or adjustments or performance of procedur es other than herein may resul[...]

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    3 ™ 1 £ # 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ! @ $ % ^ & * ( ) ¡ ≤ pg 001-021_FWD186_98-Eng-A 2006.5.26, 10[...]

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    4 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro-logic” and the double-D [...]

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    5 English Index English ------------------------------------------------ 6 -------------------------[...]

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    6 English General Information/Maintenance F eatures ................................................[...]

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    English 7 T uner Operations T uning to radio stations .................................... 35 Pr ese[...]

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    8 English General Information/Maintenance Region codes D VDs must be labeled for ALL regions or for [...]

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    English 9 General Information/Maintenance Envir onmental information Any unnecessar y packaging has [...]

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    10 English General Information/Maintenance Cleaning the head and the tape paths ● To ensure good r[...]

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    English 11 Connections Step 1: Placing speak ers and subwoofer  For best possible surround sound,[...]

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    12 English Step 3: Connecting TV set OUT IN IMPOR T ANT! –Y ou only need to mak e one video connec[...]

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    English 13 Using S-Video In jack ● Use the S-Video cable (not supplied) to connect the system’ s[...]

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    14 English Step 4: Connecting FM/MW antennas FM ant enna MW ant enna fix the claw int o the slot ●[...]

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    English 15 Step 6: Connecting a VCR or cable/satellite bo x COMPONENT VIDEO IN AUDIO OUT VIDEO IN S-[...]

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    16 English Basic Function Basic function IMPOR T ANT! Before y ou operate the system, complete the p[...]

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    English 17 Functional Ov er view Contr ols on the system 1 ST ANDBY ON - to switch the system on or [...]

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    English 17 Functional Ov er view pg 001-020_FWD186_A_India 2006.4.6, 15:38 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1[...]

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    18 Functional Ov er view pg 001-020_FWD186_A_India 2006.4.6, 15:38 18 English § KEY – to change t[...]

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    20 English Pr eparations IMPOR T ANT! – Make sur e to complete the preparation procedur es before [...]

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    English 21 Pr eparations 1 In disc mode , stop playback and press SY STEM MENU . 2 Select icon and p[...]

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    22 English IMPOR T ANT! – This system is designed for regular discs. Therefor e , do not use an y [...]

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    English 23 Disc Operations Basic pla yback controls To star t playback ● Press 38 . To interrupt p[...]

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    24 English Disc Operations Shuffle pla y mode In this mode, all tracks in the current director y wil[...]

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    English 25 Disc Operations Special D VD/VCD features Changing subtitle langua ge This oper ation onl[...]

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    26 English Disc Operations Pla ying from a selected point This function allows you to star t playbac[...]

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    English 27 Disc Operations Viewing fr om another angle If the playing D VD disc is recorded with mul[...]

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    28 English MP3/ WMA/ DivX/ Picture Disc Operations Pla ying MP3/ WMA/ Picture disc (K odak, JPEG) IM[...]

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    English 29 MP3/ WMA/ DivX/ Pictur e Disc Operations Playing DivX disc There are two types of subtitl[...]

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    30 English Using the menu bar Y ou can continue some operations directly via the menu bar on the TV [...]

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    English 31 D VD Menu Operations Using the setup menu (user pref erence settings) This D VD setup is [...]

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    32 English D VD Menu Operations Impr o ving the ima ge for pr ogressiv e scan video output setting T[...]

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    English 33 D VD Menu Operations Changing the passw ord Y ou can change the four -digit code used as [...]

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    34 English 4 Use the n umeric ke ys (0-9) to enter the f our - digit code. Y ou may have to enter th[...]

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    English 35 T uner Operations IMPOR T ANT! – Mak e sure FM and MW antennas are connected. T uning t[...]

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    36 English Manual pr eset pro gramming 1 Press TUNER (B AND) repeatedly to select the desired tuner [...]

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    English 37 Ta pe Operation/Recording Rewinding or forwar ding fast when pla yback is stopped 1 Press[...]

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    38 English Ta pe Operation/Recor ding IMPOR T ANT! – Recor ding is permissible if cop yright or ot[...]

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    English 39 Sound and V olume Controls Sound control Selecting sound effect The digital sound effect [...]

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    40 English Other Functions Switching on/off Switching the system ON In Standb y ● Press ST ANDBY O[...]

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    English 41 Other Functions Karaoke Connect a microphone (not supplied) to the system to sing along w[...]

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    42 English Specifications AMPLIFIER SECTION Output pow er .................................... 2800 [...]

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    English 43 W ARNING Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system your self, as this wi[...]

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    44 English Tr oubleshooting Sound cannot be heard or is of – Adjust the v olume. poor quality – [...]

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    English 45 Glossar y Analog: Sound that has not been turned into numbers. Analog sound var ies, whil[...]