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.
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 Warner, Scientific Atlanta, TiVo and many more.
Simply follow the instructions in chapter 2.3 to set up the remote control for your devices.
We focused on making this remote control consumer friendly. We have highlighted the DVR (TiVo/Replay) buttons in blue for easy referencing on the keypad.
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.
When replacing the batteries, all user settings will be retained in the remote control memory for an unlimited period of time.
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. You can repeat the same steps for other devices (DVR, DVD player/recorder, Cable/Satellite box, DTV, VCR, HD and auxiliary equipment) which you want to operate using the SRP5107.
Example: testing the universal remote control on your TV:
The example below instructs you how to set up your universal remote control for your TV. You can repeat the same steps for other devices (DVR, DVD player/recorder, Cable/Satellite box, DTV, VCR, HD and auxiliary equipment) which you want to operate, using the universal remote control.
The remote control can be set up to operate any 7 of the following devices:
|TV||Traditional TV, LCD/Plasma TV, flat panel TV, projection TV and 3D TV, TV part of TV/VCR, TV/VCR/DVD and TV/DVD combos|
|DVR||Digital/Personal Video Recorder (DVR/PVR), TiVo, DVR part of DVR/SAT, DVR/Cable and DVR/DVD combos|
|DVD||DVD player/recorder (DVDR/DVD- RW), DVD/Hard Disk Drive combination (DVDR-HDD), Blu-Ray player, High Definition DVD player (HD-DVD), DVD part of TV/DVD, TV/VCR/DVD, DVR/DVD and VCR/DVD combos|
|CBL/SAT||Cable box, satellite receiver, Internet Protocol TV (IPTV), Free To Air TV, High Definition Television decoder (HDTV), Digital Television (DTV), TiVo, SAT/Digital TV (DTV)/WebTV, DTV/Advanced Television Systems (ATSC) - Digital To Analog Converter, CBL part of DVR/Cable combos and SAT part of DVR/SAT combos|
|VCR||Video cassette player/recorder, VCR part of TV/VCR, TV/VCR/DVD and VCR/DVD combos|
|AUX||Auxiliary equipment: |
CD, Audio System, Laser Disc, Digital Picture Frame, Media Center PC, Home Automation, Home Theater in a Box (HTIB)
|HD||Any of the above listed devices|
Example: setting up the universal remote control to operate your TV:
If you made a mistake:
(DVR, DVD player/recorder, Cable/Satellite box, DTV, VCR, HD and auxiliary equipment)
In most cases you will have to set up the remote control for each part of the combo device.
Only in some cases a single code-set will operate all parts of the combo.
For example: for a TV/DVD combo you will first have to set up the remote control for TV (with the button) and then for DVD (with the button or any other device selection button) in order to operate both parts of the combo. For this refer to chapter 2.3.
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.
Improving buttons is not possible when the code was found during full database search (with code '9, 9, 9, 9').
During initial setup
After initial setup
The illustration gives an overview of all buttons on the remote control. Try out the buttons you need for operating your devices.
|LEARN||used to setup learning functions.|
|BACKLIGHT ()||turns the backlighting on/off.|
|SETUP light||lights up when a remote control command is being sent, when you select a device and when the remote control is in setup or learn mode.|
|POWER ()||switches the selected device on/off.|
|2||device selection buttons. Select the device to be operated.|
|GUIDE||electronic program guide.|
|INFO||on-screen channel information.|
|EXIT||exits/clears on-screen menu displays.|
|SELECT||selects menu items for the device you are controlling.|
|OK||confirms your selection.|
|(I) UP/DOWN, (–) LEFT/RIGHT||cursor up, down, left, right in a menu.|
|+ VOL -||increases/decreases the volume level of the device, normally TV.|
|turns the sound of the device (normally TV) off/on while the picture remains.|
|selects available source inputs (Antenna, Cable, etc.).|
|+ CH -||next / previous channel.|
|▼P ▲P||previous (▼P) / next (▲P) page/track in various modes.|
|7||context sensitive buttons, ordered following the requirements for cable boxes. A - Yellow, B - Blue, C - Red, D - Green.|
|Digit buttons||for direct channel / track selection.|
|used after direct channel selection. Some devices require to be pressed after channel selection.|
|selects between one and two-figure channel numbers.|
|TV Closed Caption (if your TV has this feature).|
|stores learned button commands.|
|changes TV / DVD mode to 3D.|
|returns to the previously REPEAT selected channel.|
For some TV brands/types, the button will only turn off the TV. You will have to press a digit button (direct channel selection) to turn on the TV again.
When you select DVR mode by pressing the button, all blue DVR function buttons will become active.
|3||T.CENTRAL||TiVo button for TiVo Central.|
|CH GUIDE||TiVo Live Guide - the TiVo Program Guide.|
|DISPLAY||brings up the Channel Banner.|
|CLEAR||exits/clears on-screen menu displays.|
|5||goes to Live TV broadcast.|
|6||thumbs Up/Down. Set your Thumbs ratings.|
|P▼ and P▲||select previous (▼)/next (▲) page in Replay TV guides and menus.|
|8||skips 30 seconds of a recorded or delayed show.|
|9||turns the subtitles on/off.|
|replays the last 7 seconds (Replay) or 8 seconds (TiVo) of a program.|
|catches you up to the live broadcast.|
|repeats current chapter/track.|
* TiVo and Replay are registered trade marks of their respective owners.
Some combo devices (e.g. TV/DVR, TV/DVD, DVD/DVR, etc.) have separate buttons on the original remote control to 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. The equivalent button functions can be found on your Philips remote control by using the device selection buttons.
Example for a DVD/DVR combo:
If you miss certain functions from your original remote control on the SRP5107, the SRP5107 can learn these functions. You can store a function under any of the available buttons, except under the button. Any function already stored under a button will be deleted. The SRP5107 is equipped with one dedicated button for learning additional functions: .
If an improved button (see chapter 2.3.3) still does not function as expected, you can always reset the button to its original function.
When resetting a button to its original function, any learned function stored under the button will be deleted.
In some cases it may be useful to reset the original functions of the remote control.
E.g. if the remote control memory is full while you wish to set it up for a specific device or learn an extra function to it. The remote control will then be reset to the default factory settings and all user settings will be deleted.
In this chapter you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about your universal remote control.
I cannot enter setup mode.
Battery level too low or battery lifetime came to an end.
The brand code for my device is missing in the 'Shortlist of brands' in the Quick Start Guide.
The 'Shortlist of brands' only mentions the most common brands of TV, DVR, DVD player/recorder, Cable/Satellite box, DTV, VCR, HD and auxiliary equipment.
My TV switches OFF in step 4 but does not switch ON again in step 5.
TVs of some brands (e.g. Panasonic) only switch ON after a long press on one of the digit buttons. After a long button press in setup mode the remote control will start trying to improve the button (see chapter 2.3.3) instead of switching ON the TV.
After setup, not all buttons work as expected.
How do I set up the remote control for combo devices (TV/VCR, TV/DVD, DVD/VCR, etc)?
Some combo devices require you to set up two different device selection buttons to control both parts of the combo device. For example, if you have a TV/DVD combo, you might need to set up the remote control for both TV and DVD to operate your TV/DVD combo.
The remote control does not wake up anymore.
Battery level too low or battery lifetime came to an end.
The device I want to operate does not respond at all/does not respond to all of the button commands.
Wrong code selected during setup.
Will my settings be deleted when I replace the batteries?
No. All user settings will be retained in the remote control memory during battery replacement.
The (included) batteries should not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
We advise you to first read this user manual carefully. It is provided to help you set up and use the remote control.
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.
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 Tip 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:
User changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Notice for Canada
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
United States of America / Canada
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