Philips HTS5000W manual

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    1 3139 115 23842 DVD HOME THEATER SYSTEM User manual Thank you for choosing Philips . Need help fast[...]

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    2 3139 115 23842 Norge T ypeskilt finnes på apparatens under side . Obser ver: Nettbryteren er seku[...]

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    English Español Nederlands Deutsch 3 3139 115 23842 Français DK Advarsel: Usynlig laser stråling [...]

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    4 3139 115 23842 LASER T ype Semiconductor laser GaAlAs W av e length 650~660 nm (D VD) 784~796 nm ([...]

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    5 3139 115 23842 Languag e Code Abkhazian 6566 Afar 6565 Afrikaans 6570 Amharic 6577 Arabic 6582 Arm[...]

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    6 3139 115 23842 English Contents Languag e Code ...................................... 5 General In[...]

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    English 7 3139 115 23842 Contents Pla yback Pla ying pictures or audio files from USB flash drive or[...]

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    8 3139 115 23842 English Supplied accessories Scart cable (black) FM wire antenna MW loop antenna Re[...]

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    English 9 3139 115 23842 Basic Connections For best possible sur round sound, all the speak ers (exc[...]

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    10 3139 115 23842 English Basic Connections (continued) The rear speak ers are equipped with the wir[...]

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    English 11 3139 115 23842 Basic Connections (continued) ● T urn on the D VD system and pla yback a[...]

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    12 3139 115 23842 English Basic Connections (continued) IMPOR T ANT! – Y ou only need to make one [...]

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    English 13 3139 115 23842 Basic Connections (continued) IMPOR T ANT! – The pro gressive scan video[...]

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    14 3139 115 23842 English Basic Connections (continued) After ev er ything is connected properly , p[...]

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    English 15 3139 115 23842 Viewing and listening to the pla yback 1 Connect the VCR or Cable/Satellit[...]

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    16 3139 115 23842 English Connections to External De vices (continued) Connecting a USB flash drive [...]

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    English 17 3139 115 23842 Remote Contr ol * = Press and hold the button for mor e than two seconds. [...]

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    18 3139 115 23842 English Remote Contr ol (continued) * = Press and hold the button for mor e than t[...]

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    English 19 3139 115 23842 Main Unit 1 ST ANDBY ON ( B ) – Switches to Eco Pow er standby mode, or [...]

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    20 3139 115 23842 English Getting Star ted Step 1: Inser ting batteries into the r emote control 1 3[...]

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    English 21 3139 115 23842 Setting up Pro gressive Scan featur e (for Pr ogressive Scan TV only) The [...]

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    22 3139 115 23842 English Getting Star ted (continued) Selecting the matching colour system The colo[...]

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    English 23 3139 115 23842 Getting Star ted (continued) Step 4: Setting language pr eferences Y ou ca[...]

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    24 3139 115 23842 English Disc Operations IMPOR T ANT! – If the inhibit icon ( ø or X) appears on[...]

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    English 25 3139 115 23842 Auto Eco P o wer standb y mode This is a power -sa ving feature, the syste[...]

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    26 3139 115 23842 English Disc Operations (continued) Other operations for video pla yback (D VD/VCD[...]

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    English 27 3139 115 23842 Disc Operations (continued) Advancing by frame 1 During pla yback, pr ess [...]

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    28 3139 115 23842 English Disc Operations (continued) TIPS: The operating featur es described here m[...]

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    English 29 3139 115 23842 Pla yback Pla ying pictures or audio files from USB flash driv e or USB me[...]

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    30 3139 115 23842 English Pla yback (continued) Pla ying an MP3/Windows Media ™ Audio/JPEG/MPEG-4 [...]

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    English 31 3139 115 23842 Pla ying a picture disc (slide sho w) IMPOR T ANT! Y ou hav e to turn on y[...]

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    32 3139 115 23842 English TIPS: Some discs cannot be pla yed on this D VD system due to the configur[...]

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    English 33 3139 115 23842 This D VD system setup is carried out via the TV , enabling you to customi[...]

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    34 3139 115 23842 English D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    English 35 3139 115 23842 D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) Screen Sa ver - turning on/off The sc[...]

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    36 3139 115 23842 English D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    English 37 3139 115 23842 D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    38 3139 115 23842 English D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    English 39 3139 115 23842 D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    40 3139 115 23842 English D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    English 41 3139 115 23842 D VD Setup Menu Options (contin ued) TIPS: The underlined option is the fa[...]

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    42 3139 115 23842 English IMPOR T ANT! Make sur e the FM and MW antennas are connected. T uning to r[...]

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    English 43 3139 115 23842 T uner Operations (continued) D VD system ’ s displa y panel Automatic p[...]

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    44 3139 115 23842 English Sound and V olume Contr ols Individual speak ers volume adjustment Y ou ca[...]

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    English 45 3139 115 23842 Selecting surr ound sound ● Press SURR on the r emote to select : MUL TI[...]

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    46 3139 115 23842 English Other Functions Setting the Sleep timer The sleep timer enables the system[...]

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    English 47 3139 115 23842 AMPLIFIER SECTION Output power 500 W RMS - Front 75 W RMS / channel - Rear[...]

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    48 3139 115 23842 English W ARNING Under no circumstances should y ou tr y to repair the system y ou[...]

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    English 49 3139 115 23842 T roub leshooting (continued) The D VD system does not star t pla yback. T[...]

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    50 3139 115 23842 English Analogue: Sound that has not been turned into numbers. Analogue sound vari[...]

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    English 51 3139 115 23842 Plug and Pla y: First time power up to the T uner mode, the system will pr[...]