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Philips 26HF7875/10 User Manual

Philips professional lcd tv 26hf7875 26" lcd hd ready with digital crystal clear.

 
Philips Professional and Business Solutions
User Manual
26HF7875
26HF5445
32HF7875
32HF5445
42HF7845

Summary of Contents

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    Philips Professional and Business Solutions User Manual 26HF7875 26HF5445 32HF7875 32HF5445 42HF7845...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents ... 1 Introduction ... 2 Kensington Security Slot ... 2 Safety ... 3 Troubleshooting ... 4 Getting started ... 6 Mounting the TV on a wall ... 6 Connecting the aerial and mains ... 6 Putting batteries in the remote control ... 6 Overview of TV Connectors and Controls ...

  • Page 4: Introduction, Kensington Security Slot

    This manual contains information about how to install and operate your TV. If you still have problems after reading this manual, call your Local Philips Customer or Service Centre. The telephone numbers and addresses are given in the worldwide guarantee booklet supplied with the TV.

  • Page 5: Safety

    You should not attempt to do the work yourself. Philips bears no responsibility for improper mounting or mounting that results in accident or injury. This TV is compatible with the VESA wall mounting standard.

  • Page 6: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you are experiencing problems, check this list of symptoms and suggested steps to take before requesting service. You may be able to solve the problem yourself. Note: Please be familiar with the commercial features as described in the TV installation. The effects of several of these features if not thoroughly understood might appear as faulty operation.

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    Troubleshooting Symptoms Power TV cannot be • switched on • • Sound No Sound • • • • Volume level • cannot be increased or decreased beyond a certain value Remote TV does • Control not respond • to Guest Remote •...

  • Page 8: Getting Started, Mounting The Tv On A Wall, Connecting The Aerial And Mains

    Getting started Mounting the TV on a wall This TV is compatible with the VESA wall mounting standard. Please contact your local electronics retailer for a VESA compliant bracket to wall mount this TV. Insert the cables into the TV before you mount it on the wall.

  • Page 9: Overview Of Tv Connectors And Controls

    Overview of TV Connectors and Controls Warning Do not connect any telephone cables or equipment to Data 1 (RJ12) & Data 2 (RJ45) connectors. . POWER To switch off the TV. - PROGRAM + To switch on TV and also to select the next or previous programme.

  • Page 10: Remote Controls, Rc2886

    Remote Controls The following remote controls are applicable to Philips Professional and Business Solutions TV products. These can be used for setup and configuration purposes. RC2886 Guest Mode Remote Control RC2573 is an optional remote control for Institutional TV / Professional and Business Solutions features and SmartCard settings.

  • Page 11: Guest Remote Control Keys

    Guest Remote Control Keys Alarm On To activate the alarm function. Applicable to models with the clock display. Alarm Off To deactivate the alarm function. Applicable to models with the clock display. Smart Sound To select the predefi ned sound settings. Sleep To activate the sleep timer.

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    Guest Remote Control Keys Power To set the TV to stand-by mode. PAY TV / INFO / RADIO To access the fi rst available Pay TV, Info or Radio channel. The + and – buttons allow you to access the next and previous programme.

  • Page 13: Overview Of Tv Setup Main Menu Sub-menus

    Overview of TV Setup Main Menu / Sub-Menus SETUP LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION STORE DCM TYPE NO. OF PROGRAMS PAY TV INFO RADIO STORE PROGRAM INSTALL PROGRAM NO. INPUT SYSTEM FREQUENCY LABEL STORE FINE TUNE MUTE TELETEXT LANGUAGE PROTECTION * CARD CVBS, CARD-YC, CARD EXT4 are available for certain models only. ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO SP - SPI, SP - I2C, HM -LINK,...

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    Overview of TV Setup Main Menu / Sub-Menus SETUP CONFIGURATION SWITCH ON / OSD PICTURE / SOUND SECURITY CONTROL VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FEATURES * CLOCK SETUP DISPLAY STANDBY DISPLAY ON TIME SETTING TELETEXT TIME DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD PROGRAM TIME OFFSET BUZZER VOLUME * CLOCK SETUP function is avaliable for certain models only.

  • Page 15: Accessing The Setup Menu

    Accessing the Setup Menu The following remote control commands are applicable to Philips Professional and Business Solutions products. These can be used for setup and configuration purposes. Accessing TV Setup Menu using the Remote Control (RC2886) Press the Digit 0 -9 buttons to select a channel.

  • Page 16: Installation, A. Selecting The Language

    • For SMART RC, select this option to enable you to access PAYTV channels via a special remote control. Contact your ENGLISH local PHILIPS sales representative should > you require further assistance. > > >...

  • Page 17: C. Defining The Number Of Available Channels, D. Installing The Programmes

    Installation C. Defining the number of available channels This feature allows you to define the number of available channels for TV, Pay TV, Info (Info Channel) and Radio. In the SETUP menu, press the > • button to highlight NO. OF PROGRAMS and press the >...

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    Installation PROGRAM INSTALL PROGRAM NO. INPUT SYSTEM FREQUENCY LABEL STORE FINE TUNE MUTE TELETEXT LANGUAGE PROTECTION • Press the < or > button to select the item you want to confi gure. • Press the < or > button to make adjustment or select option.

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    Installation Selecting the TV system Note: You can only select SYSTEM if TUNER is selected in the INPUT source. • Press the > button to select SYSTEM and press the > button repeatedly to select the desired system (WEST EU, UK, EAST EU or FRANCE).

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    Installation • Press the > button to move to the next character slot and continue to select the next character with the < or > button (maximum of 8 characters). • Press the button to exit label mode. • Press the > button to select STORE. •...

  • Page 21: E. Specifying And Configuring The Settings And Options

    Installation PROGRAM INSTALL PROGRAM NO. INPUT SYSTEM FREQUENCY LABEL (SPORTS STORE FINE TUNE MUTE TELETEXT LANGUAGE PROTECTION • Press the < button repeatedly until STORE is highlighted. • Press the > button to store selection. Locking the Channels This feature allows system integrators to lock selected channels to prevent any access to them.

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    Installation * VIDEO ADJUSTMENT feature is only available when the input source selected is EXT4 CVI, VGA, HDMI 1 or HDMI 2. • Press the > button to enter CONFIGURATION menu. CONFIGURATION SWITCH ON / OSD PICTURE / SOUND SECURITY CONTROL VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FEATURES...

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    Installation If LAST STATUS option is selected, the last power status will be activated when TV is switched on. If ON option is selected, the TV will always switch on when the mains cord is inserted in the mains socket and turn on.

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    STANDARD or HIGH. If STANDARD option is selected, the TV SETUP menu can be accessed by entering a special security code with a guest remote control. Contact your local PHILIPS sales representative should you require > > further assistance. >...

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    Installation • Press the > button to select YES to lock the TV keyboard buttons except for the POWER button. • Select ALL to lock all the TV keyboard buttons including the POWER button. • Select NO to unlock all the TV keyboard buttons including the POWER button.

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    Installation CONFIGURATION SWITCH ON PICTURE / SOUND SECURITY CONTROL VIDEO ADJUSTMENT FEATURES • Press the > button to enter the CONTROL menu. CONTROL AUDIO / VIDEO MUTE STEP TUNING DIGIT TIMEOUT AUTO SCART ALWAYS RGB MIN VOLUME MAX VOLUME • Press the < or > button to select the item you want to confi...

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    Installation The STEP TUNING feature allows tuning to be performed for each digit entry if YES is selected. • Press the > button to select STEP TUNING. CONTROL AUDIO / VIDEO MUTE STEP TUNING DIGIT TIMEOUT AUTO SCART ALWAYS RGB MIN VOLUME MAX VOLUME •...

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    Installation If ALL is selected, the TV will then react to both AV1 and AV2. If POWER SCART is selected, the TV when in stand-by mode will automatically switch on when a scart signal is detected. Likewise, when a scart signal is not detected, the TV will go to stand-by automatically.

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    Installation • If COMMUNICATION is not SP-SPI or SP-I2C, select AUTO to allow RGB insertion in AV1 (EXT1) and not other sources. The MIN and MAX VOLUME options allow you to specify the limit setting for Minimum and Maximum Volume. •...

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    Installation Note: HORIZONTAL and VERTICAL options are only available when the input sources selected are HDMI 1 or HDMI 2. • Press the < or > button to select HORIZONTAL or VERTICAL. VIDEO ADJUSTMENT HORIZONTAL VERTICAL PHASE CLOCK AUTO ADJUST RESET •...

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    Installation The RESET option allows you to return to the factory settings (default settings). Note: RESET is only available when the input sources selected are VGA, EXT4 CVI and CARD EXT4. • Press the > button to select RESET. VIDEO ADJUSTMENT HORIZONTAL VERTICAL PHASE...

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    Installation FEATURES SMART POWER SMART SOUND KEY SMART SOUND DEFAULT HDMI 1 AUDIO DEFAULT HDMI 2 AUDIO LOW POWER STANDBY The SMART SOUND KEY option allows you to select between AUDIO SELECT or SMART SOUND. • Press the > button to select SMART SOUND KEY.

  • Page 33: F. Setting Up The Tv Clock

    Installation The LOW POWER STANDBY option allows you to save electricity when TV is in stand-by mode. • Press the > button repeatedly until LOW POWER STANDBY is highlighted. FEATURES SMART POWER SMART SOUND KEY SMART SOUND DEFAULT HDMI 1 AUDIO DEFAULT HDMI 2 AUDIO LOW POWER STANDBY •...

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    Installation • Press the < or > button to set the brightness level (1 - 5 and OFF). CLOCK SETUP DISPLAY STANDBY DISPLAY ON TIME SETTING TELETEXT TIME DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD PROGRAM TIME OFFSET BUZZER VOLUME 2. Setting the brightness level of the clock when the TV is switched on You can also set the brightness level of the clock display when the TV is switched on.

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    Installation 5. Retrieving the correct time from Teletext of the selected channel You can select a channel which has teletext transmission from which the correct time from the teletext is retrieved. Press the < or > button to select • DOWNLOAD PROGRAM.

  • Page 36: Cloning The Tv And The Smartloader Configuration

    Cloning the TV and the SmartLoader configuration Cloning the TV configuration to the SmartLoader • Slide button on the left of the SmartLoader up to the position. Aim SmartLoader at green LED of the TV (5 to 15 cm away). MENU SMART-LOADER •...

  • Page 37: System Box

    Installing a System SmartCard or System Box NOTE: Before installing a System SmartCard or System Box, ensure the TV is switched off. 1. Inserting the System SmartCard or System Box • Insert the SmartCard into the SmartCard slot on the rear of the TV (available for certain models only) and connect the other cables as directed by the System provider.

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    Installing a System SmartCard or System Box 3. Enabling the Card Slot For the System SmartCard or System Box to function, the Card Slot must be enabled. Press the > button to select • ENABLE CARD SLOT. COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION STORE ENABLE CARD SLOT DCM TYPE •...

  • Page 39: Diagnosing Basic Problems

    Diagnosing Basic Problems 1. TV does not seem to communicate with the external interactive terminal. – Check the Communication Source • Press the RECALL button on the remote (in Setup position). Item 08 of the menu should read COMMUNICATION SP - I2C ONLINE.

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    Diagnosing Basic Problems – Check whether the Card Slot is enabled • If the TV still does not communicate with the System SmartCard, in the COMMUNICATION menu, press the > button repeatedly until ENABLE CARD SLOT is highlighted. COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION STORE ENABLE CARD SLOT DCM TYPE...

  • Page 41: Appendix A – Multi Remote Controls Support

    Appendix A – Multi Remote Controls Support Programming the Multi Remote Controls function Multi RC function supports up to four TV sets operating in one room without any interference from each other remote controls. Each Guest Remote Control must be programmed individually to one of the four colour (Blue, Yellow, Green and Red) buttons on the remote control.

  • Page 42: Appendix B – Resolutions Table

    Appendix B – Resolutions Table Refer to the HDMI INPUT table if you use the HDMI connector to plug in a PC (PC Format) or a Video Input (Video Format), for example, a HDMI DVD player. Mode PC Format Video Format Refer to the PC Analogue, D-sub input table if you connect the PC via VGA connector.

  • Page 43: Environmental Information

    Philips is committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no adverse health effects. • Philips confi rms that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use according to scien- tifi c evidence available today.

  • Page 44: Information For Users In The Uk

    Information for Users in the UK (Not applicable outside UK) Positioning the TV For the best results, choose a position where light does not fall directly on the screen, and at some distance away from radiators or other sources of heat. Leave a space of at least 5 cm all around the TV for ventilation, making sure that curtains, cupboards etc.

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    © 2007 Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved Document order number...

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