SRP5107/27 Register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome EN User Manual...
..15 4 Service and support ...15-18 4.1 Frequently asked questions ..15-17 4.2 Need help? ...17 FCC Compliancy ..18 Notice for Canada ...18 Helpline ...19 Brand list ...20-27 Your SRP5107 Congratulations on your purchase of the Philips SRP5107 universal remote control. After setting up the remote control you can operate up to 7 different devices with it. Simple Setup The universal remote control comes with the innovative Simple Setup technology. After setup, the SRP5107 can operate TV, DVD player/ recorder (including Blu-ray player), VCR, DVR, HD, auxiliary equipment and all common Cable, Satellite, DTV and other set top boxes, such as DirecTV, Comcast, AT&T, Verizon, Time...
The remote control is equipped with the most common functions for operating your devices. However, if you miss certain functions, this remote control can ‘learn’ these functions from the original remote control. To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at: www.philips.com/welcome. G etting started 2.1 Inserting the batteries • I nsert 2 AA type batteries, noting the + and - configuration in the battery compartment. Note When replacing the batteries, all user settings will be retained in the remote control memory for an unlimited period of time. 2.2 T esting the universal remote control It is advised to test whether your device(s) already respond(s) to the SRP5107 before setting it up (see chapter 2.3). The example below instructs you how to do this for your TV.
• T he remote control is now in setup mode. L ook up the 4-digit code for your brand in the brand list at the back of this user manual. LEARN POWER A 4-digit code is shown for each brand. SELECT U se the digit buttons to enter the code for your brand (e.g. Philips, LEARN POWER • I f the red Setup light turns off, an invalid code was entered. In this case, try again. A im the remote control at the 5 - 60 sec. LEARN POWER TV. Pressandhold the button.
2.3.3 Improving buttons When correctly set up, the remote control should be able to operate all your devices. However, when using the remote control for the first time it might occur that some buttons do not yet function as expected. In this case you can have the remote control search for alternatives. Note Improving buttons is not possible when the code was found during full database search (with code ‘9, 9, 9, 9’). Duringinitialsetup 1 M ake sure the receiving device is able to respond. E.g. when you try to repair the Play button for your DVD player, make sure to insert a DVD into the DVD player otherwise the Play button is not able to function. P ress the button that does not function, keep it pressed and immediately release it when the device responds. Repeat this for every button that does not function.
SELECT LEARN M ENU .. m enu on/off. G UIDE .. e lectronic program guide. I NFO... o n-screen channel information. MUTE LIVE TV E XIT .. e xits/clears on-screen menu INPUT POWER displays. MUTE INPUT SELECT SELECT ... s elects menu items for the device LEARN SELECT you are controlling.
3.2 C ontrolling combo devices Some combo devices (e.g. TV/DVR, TV/DVD, DVD/DVR, PREV.CH etc.) have separate buttons on the original remote control to SUBTITLE INST.REPLAY ADVANCE REPEAT select the part of the combo device to be controlled. For example, if your combo device is a DVD/DVR then its original remote control might have separate DVD and DVR buttons for selection of the combo part you wish to operate. INST.REPLAY The equivalent button functions can be found on your Philips remote control by using the device selection buttons. ExampleforaDVD/DVRcombo: S et up the remote control for each part of the combo as described in chapters 2.3 and 2.3.2. In this example for LEARN POWER both DVD and DVR. P ress the device selection button twice to select the DVD part of the combo. LEARN...
Note • I t may occur that learning a button function fails the LEARN first time. The red Setup light will then give 4short blinks and go out. In this case, please try again. • I f you keep having trouble learning button functions, check the batteries in both SRP5107 and original remote control and replace if necessary. • I t may also be that the remote control learn memory is full (a total of about 60 buttons can be learned). In this case you can reset one or more buttons to their original functions in order to create memory space. For this, see chapter 3.4. SELECT 3.4 R esetting a button to its original function If an improved button (see chapter 2.3.3) still does not function as expected, you can always reset the button to its LEARN POWER...
If, however, you require extra information or have additional questions about setup, usage, spare parts, warranty, etc. of the SRP5107, you can always contact us. When calling our helpline, make sure to have the SRP5107 at hand when you call, so that our operators can help you determine whether the SRP5107 is working properly. You will find our contact details at the end of this user manual. The model number of your Philips universal remote control is SRP5107/27. Date of purchase: .../ .../ ... (day/month/year) For online support go to: www.philips.com/welcome • C lick ‘Support’ and follow the on-screen instructions.
FCC Compliancy This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: • This device may not cause harmful interference. • T his device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • R eorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
AT&T ... 3453 A-TREND ... 0011 ABC ..0013 Audio Authority... 0245 Abex ... 0014 AUDIO DYNAMICS ... 0248 ABS ... 0016 AUDIO TECHNICA ..0253 ACCELE ... 4194 Audiovox ..0268 ACCESS HD... 3554 Aventura ... 0287 Acer ..0028 Axion ... 0299 ACESONIC ..4370 ADCOM .
DX ANTENNA ..0849 GENERAL INSTRUMENT Dynasty ..4395 (GI)...1093 DYNATECH ..0854 GENEXXA ..1097 Dynex ..3476 GFM ..3820 Gibralter ..1114 GLOBECAST ..4402 Go Video...1126 EASTERN ..0859 GoldStar ..1140 ECHOSPHERE ..4396 GO-VIDEO ..1126 ECHOSTAR ..0866 GPX .
NEOSAT ..4415 Penney ..2182 NESA ..1959 PENTAX ...2183 NET ...1961 Petters ..2189 Net TV ...1967 Philco ...2192 Netgear ...1964 Philips ..2195 Nexus Electronics ..3948 Philips-Magnavox ..3715 NexxTech ..1990 PHOTOSHARE ...4416 Nikei ..1999 Pilot ..2207 Nikko ...2000 PINNACLE ..2210 Niko .
SPRUCER ..2702 TELSAT ..4428 Squareview ..2703 Tera ..2957 SSS ..2708 TERAPIN ..2958 Stack 9 ..2710 Tevion ..2962 STANDARD ..2713 TEXSCAN ..2965 Star Lite ...2728 Theta Digital ...2970 Star Sight ..2734 Thomas ..2971 STAR TRAK ...2720 THOMSON...2972 STARCHOICE .
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