User manual Philips 17PF9936/37

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LCD TV  
LCD TV  
Quick Use and Hookup Guide  
CONTENTS  
IMPORTANT  
NOTE: This owner's manual is used with several  
different television models. Not all features (and  
drawings) discussed in this manual will necessarily  
match those found with your television set. This is  
normal and does not require that you contact your  
dealer or request service.  
Important Notice/Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1  
Basic TV Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1  
Remote Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1  
Remote Control Button Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . .1  
Hooking up the Television  
Component Video Input Connections . . . . . . . . . . .3  
High Definition Input Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . .3  
Headphone/Sub-woofer/Data Jacks . . . . . . . . . . . . .3  
PC (Monitor) Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4  
AV2 Input Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4  
AV3 Input Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4  
Monitor Output Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4  
Basic Cable/Cable Box TV Connections . . . . . . . . .2  
Basic Antenna TV Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2  
AV1 Input Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3  
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK  
HAZARD DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO  
RAIN OR EXCESSIVE MOISTURE.  
BASIC LCD TV AND REMOTE OPERATION  
Volume and Channel buttons are located  
on the top of the television cabinet.  
LCD TELEVISION  
his LCD television has a set of controls located on the top of  
the cabinet for use when the remote control is not needed.  
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Remote Sensor Window  
Press the POWER button on the front of the TV cabinet to  
turn the TV ON.  
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Note: With AutoChron ON, the TV will search for a PBS chan-  
nel to set the clock before powering itself on. This can take a  
few seconds.  
DC Input located on the  
bottom jack panel of the TV  
Press the VOLUME + button to increase the sound level or  
the VOLUME – button to lower the sound level.  
MENU  
DCin(24V) PCinput(VGA)  
Pressing both buttons at the same time will display the  
onscreen menu. After you are in the menu, use these buttons to  
make adjustments or selections.  
VOLUME  
CHANNEL  
Press the CHANNEL + or – button to select TV channels.  
Use these buttons to make adjustments or selections in the  
onscreen menu.  
There is also a set of Audio and Video Input jacks located on both sides  
and the bottom of the television cabinet. Refer to the Audio/Video  
Hookup sections within this Guide.  
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Be sure to point the remote at the  
Remote Sensor window on the  
front of the television when using  
the remote control to operate the  
television.  
Power Cord and Adapter  
Battery Compartment Door  
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES  
o load the supplied batteries into the remote:  
Remote Control  
shown from the bottom)  
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Remove the battery compartment door on the back of the  
remote.  
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Place the batteries (2-AA) in the remote. Be sure the (+) and  
(–) ends of the batteries line up correctly (the inside of the case  
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3
is marked).  
Reattach the battery compartment door.  
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“AA” Batteries  
Battery Compartment  
REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS  
Power Button - Press to turn the TV ON and OFF.  
PIP Button - When in the PC Mode, pressing the PIP button will bring up a  
smaller second screen window to view programming while using the TV as a com-  
puter monitor.  
Position Button - When using the PC Mode and the PIP window is present  
on the screen, press the Position button to move the PIP window to any of the  
four corners.  
PIP  
POSITION  
CC  
Accessory Device ᮤᮤ, , , ᮣᮣ, II Buttons - Press to rewind, stop, play,  
TV  
CC Button - Press to select Closed Captioning options within the menu.  
(See the Directions for Use manual for details.)  
PROG. LIST CLOCK  
fastforward, or pause/freeze a videotape, or DVD.  
DVD  
ACC  
TV/DVD/ACC Mode Switch - Slide to the TV position to control TV func-  
tions, to the DVD position to control DVD Player functions, or to the ACC position  
to control the functions of accessory devices (a cable converter, DBS, or VCR, for  
example).  
SLEEP  
TV/VCR  
A/CH  
SOURCE FORMAT  
Clock Button - Press the CLOCK button to access the onscreen Clock  
menu.  
AUTO  
ACTIVE  
CONTROL  
AUTO  
Format Button - Press to toggle the different screen format options.  
SOUND  
PICTURE  
SURR.  
Source Button - Press to toggle between the different A/V Input jack con-  
Program List Button - Press to display a list of channel numbers and their  
names. Each channel will appear as a selectable menu item. Refer to the Program  
List section within the Directions for Use manual supplied with the TV for detailed  
instructions.  
nections and the currently tuned channel.  
MENU  
SOUND  
Auto Picture Button - Press to select an AutoPicture™ control. Choose  
from four factory-set controls (MOVIES, SPORTS, WEAK SIGNAL, and  
MULTI MEDIA) and a PERSONAL control that you set according to your  
own preferences through the onscreen PICTURE menu. The four factory-set  
controls will tailor the TV picture so as to enhance the particular type of pro-  
gram you are watching, or to improve the picture of a program that has a weak  
signal.  
Sleep Button - Press to set the TV to automatically turn itself OFF at a given  
amount of time.  
TV/VCR (A/CH) Button - TV/VCR – Press while in the VCR mode (the VCR  
indicator on the front of the VCR will light) to view the playback of a tape. Press  
again to place in the TV position (the VCR indicator light will go off) to view one  
program while recording another program. A/CH – Press to toggle between the cur-  
rently viewed channel and the previously viewed channel.  
MUTE  
VOL  
CH  
Surr. Sound button - Press to set various factory Incredible Surround  
Sound listening modes. (Refer to the Incredible Surround section within the  
Directions for Use for detailed instructions.)  
RADIO  
PC  
TV  
HD  
Auto Sound Button - Press to select an AutoSound™ control. Choose from  
three factory-set controls (VOICE, MUSIC, and THEATRE) and a PERSONAL to  
tailor the TV sound to enhance the particular type of program you are watching.  
Channel (+) or (–) Buttons - Press to change the tuned channel.  
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Mode buttons - Press to directly enter a specific mode, use the PC button to  
place the TV in the PC (computer monitor) mode, press the HD button to  
place the TV in the HD (high definition) mode, press the Radio button to place  
the TV in the FM Radio mode, or the TV button to place the TV back to its  
normal TV mode.  
Menu (Select) Button - Press for the onscreen menu to appear. Pressing the  
menu button after menu selections are made will eliminate the menu from the dis-  
play.  
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Active Control Button - Press repeatedly to toggle the Active Control to ON or  
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OFF. When ON, the sharpness and noise reduction will be continuously monitored.  
STATUS/EXIT  
SURF  
Number Buttons - Press the number buttons to select TV channels. When  
selecting single-digit channels, press the number of the desired channel. The  
TV will pause for a few seconds and then tune to the selected channel. (Note:  
You can press 0, then the number also.) For channels 100 and above, first  
press 1 then the next two numbers of the desired channel.  
Cursor Buttons (Left, Right, Up, Down) - Press these buttons to highlight,  
select, and adjust items on the TV's onscreen menu.  
Volume (+) or (–) Buttons - Press to adjust the TV sound level.  
Mute Button - Press to turn the TV sound OFF. Press again to return the sound to  
Surf Button - Press to select previously viewed channels. You can place up  
to 10 channels in memory. Then by pressing the SURF button you can quickly  
view the select channels. (See the “Using the Channel Surf Control” section in  
your Instructions for Use manual to see how to select a series of channels  
using the Surf button.)  
its previous level.  
Status/Exit Button - Press to see the current channel number on the TV screen.  
Also press to clear the TV screen after control adjustments.  
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