[Separation]: Adjust the difference in
colour levels on each side of the TV.
Turn off this feature for a dynamic and
uniform Ambilight colour.
[TV switch off]: Select how Ambilight
switches off when the TV is switched
[Lounge light mood]: Select a lounge
light mode. The lounge light comes on
when the TV is in standby.
[Scenea lounge light]: Switch Scenea
lounge light on or off when Scenea is
[Wall colour]: Select the colour of the
wall behind the TV. Ambilight corrects
its colours to suit the colour of the wall.
Use lounge light
When the TV is in standby, press Ambilight
on the front of the TV to create a lounge
light effect in your room.
Note: It may take more than 5 seconds for
the lounge light to switch on.
To select another lounge light colour, see
Use your TV > Ambilight > Change
Browse PC through DLNA
What you can do
If you have photos, videos or music files
stored on a computer connected through a
home network, you can play the files on
What you need
A wired or wireless home network,
connected with a Universal Plug and
Play (uPnP) router.
A Philips wireless USB adapter or a
LAN cable that connects your TV to
your home network.
A media server such as:
PC running Windows Media Player 11
or higher; or
Mac running Twonky Media Server.
Make sure that your computer firewall
allows you to run the media server
You will also need to set up the network
Connect your TV and the computer to
the same home network. See Connect
your TV > Computers and the
Internet (Page 53).
Switch on your computer and the
Proceed to set up a media sharing server
with Windows Media Player 11 or higher, or
Twonky Media Server.
Note: For help to use other media servers,
such as TVersity, see the web site of the
If the apparatus does not return to DLNA
mode due to external electrical disturbances
(e.g. electrostatic discharge), user
intervention is required.
Enable sharing on Windows Media
1. Start Windows Media Player on your
2. Select Library > Media Sharing.
The first time you select Media Sharing,
a pop-up screen appears. Tick the
Share my media box and click OK.
A device marked as Unknown Device
appears in the Media Sharing screen.
If the unknown device does not appear
after a minute or so, make sure that
your PC firewall is not blocking the
3. From the Media Sharing screen, select the
unknown device and click Allow.
A green tick appears next to the device.
By default, Windows Media Player
shares files from these folders: My
Music, My Pictures, and My Videos.
4. If your files are in other folders, select
Library > Add to Library, and then follow
the onscreen instructions to add the folders.
If necessary, select Advanced options
to display a list of monitored folders.