Philips NTRX300 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    www .philips.com/welcome User man ual Alwa ys there to help y ou Register your pr oduct and get supp[...]

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    1 EN Contents 1 Important 2 Safety 2 2 Y our Mini Hi-Fi System 3 Introduction 3 What's in the b[...]

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    2 EN 1 Impor tant Safety This 'bolt of lightning' indicates uninsulated material within yo[...]

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    3 EN • Batteries (batter y pack or batter ies installed) shall not be exposed to excessivehe[...]

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    4 EN D VD region code Countries Latin America What's in the box Check and identify the contents[...]

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    5 EN Ov er view of the main unit a Nitro Boost button b (pow er button/indicator and Bluetooth indic[...]

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    6 EN Ov er view of the r emote contr ol a /PO WER • T urn the unit on or off. • Switch to [...]

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    7 EN r • Press to switch between the speak er s' light effects during play: [PEA CE] (peac[...]

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    8 EN 1 Place the supplied paper card on one corner of the main unit; the side lines of the paper car[...]

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    9 EN Connect video options Select the best video connection that the TV can suppor t. • Option [...]

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    10 EN Connect pow er Caution • Risk of product damage! Ensure that the power suppl y voltage corre[...]

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    11 EN T urn on • Press . » The unit switches to the last selected source . Switch to standby m[...]

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    12 EN • [NTSC] - For TV with NTSC color system. 4 T o retur n to the previous menu, press . 5 T[...]

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    13 EN • T o play the audio from the TV speaker s, select [Off] , and skip the following steps. [...]

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    14 EN Use the disc menu When you load a D VD/(S)VCD disc , a menu may be displa yed on the TV screen[...]

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    15 EN T o pla y a specied le: 1 Press to stop play . 2 Press / to select a folder , and then p[...]

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    16 EN • [Angle] : switch between camera angles. Note • Some D VDs contain alternate scenes, s[...]

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    17 EN 1 Press SOURCE repeatedly to select the Bluetooth source . » [BT] (Bluetooth) is display ed. [...]

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    18 EN 6 Listen to the radio T une to a radio station Tip • P osition the antenna as far as possibl[...]

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    19 EN 7 Adjust v olume le vel and sound effect Select a pr eset sound effect The Sound Control Effec[...]

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    20 EN 8 Other featur es USB r ecord Y oucancopymusiclesfromy ourdiscto[...]

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    21 EN 5 Choose the settings of [Speed] and [Bitrate] and select [Continue] . System settings Options[...]

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    22 EN 3 Star t play on the external audio device and adjust volume. » Y oucanhearmusicf[...]

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    23 EN Choose your fa vorite light effects 1 During play , press repeatedly to enter the [Custom] mod[...]

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    24 EN [TV Displa y] (TV display):The TV for mat determines the aspect r atio of display according to[...]

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    25 EN [Parental Contr ol] : Restr ict access to discs that are unsuitable for children. These types [...]

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    26 EN 10 Pr oduct information Note • Product information is subject to change without pr ior notic[...]

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    27 EN Dimensions - Main Unit (W x H x D) - Speaker Bo x (W x H x D) 180 x 164 x 402 mm 160 x 440.5 x[...]

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    28 EN 11 T r oubleshooting W arning • Never remov e the casing of this device . T o keep the war r[...]

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    29 EN Audio or subtitle languages cannot be set • The disc is not recorded with sound or subtitles[...]

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    30 EN 12 Notice Anychangesormodicationsmadetothis device that are not expres[...]

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    31 EN This apparatus includes this label: Note • The type plate is located on the back of the devi[...]

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    Specifications are subject to change without notice © 2013 K oninklijke Philips Electr onics N.V . [...]