Question about Philips HTS3106/F7 Blu-ray Home Theater System with Built-in WiFi,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Make sure there is a video cable of some type running from the back of the Philips to the television, and make sure the TV is on the correct source channel. Make sure the home theater system is in disc mode.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Go down to your local RadioShack or any place that sells wire of any sorts (heck, even Walmart might carry it now) and ask them for speaker wire. I'm not sure what the impedance of this particular model is, but you should be able to find it printed on the back of the speakers, or in your user's manual. This guide will help you to identify what size speaker wires you need, that way when you go in looking for speaker wire, you'll at least sound like you know what you're doing.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I have the same problem with the same model, so obviously it's not a single-unit problem. My only solution, since taking it back isn't feasible at this point, is to have a DVD on play-pause so that it's not on standby. Waste of energy, so I don't do it all the time, only when I'm sitting in the room late at night making the high-pitched noise hard to ignore.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Turn on the player
With the tray open press:
99990 on the remote
Region 0 will appear on the bottom left of the screen ]
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
SOURCE: My Philips Dvd home theater
1. First things first, READ the Instruction Manual, I know most of you guys out there hate reading the instruction manuals but every system is different, so I'll generalize this article for an average system you can find at a retail store today.
2. Make sure you have the right cables to connect your TV to your Home Theater System, now days the best connection is called "HDMI" (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) this cable uses a digital signal to transfer both video and audio while giving you the best quality possible. But please make sure your Home Theater System has the "HDMI" as an input option. If it does not, you might have to resort to a analog connection such as "Component Cables" which will provide you with a High-Definition connection but with analog quality.
3. Now if you are using a current TV and a current Home Theater System and your system is able to use the "HDMI" cable, connection to said devices will be pretty easy, just hook one end of the "HDMI" cable to the "HDMI" input on the back of the TV, and the other end of the "HDMI" to the "HDMI" output on the back of the Home Theater System. Turn your devices on and make sure your input/outputs are configured for "HDMI" usage and vola! You should now be able to see and hear everything your heart desires!
4. Organization is key, after you have checked your connections and everything is working the way you want it to, utilize the cable/wire loom to organize your cables and use the zip ties to secure them in place, not too tight though, if you want to change things around in the future it's easier to cut the zip ties if you have enough room between the cable and the zip tie.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
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Before you start, make sure that:
• your TV is a 3D TV, and is connected
to your home theater through HDMI,
• your disc is a Blu-ray 3D disc, and
• you have 3D glasses that are
compatible with your 3D TV.
or the 'Fault' could be that the 3D is turned off
From Page 18 of the Manual
Play 3D discs in 2D
1 Press ( Home ).
2 Select [Setup] > [Video] > [Blu-ray 3D
video] > [Off] .
3 Press OK .
4 Play your Blu-ray 3D disc.
» The 3D video is displayed in 2D.
If it is selected as Off then obviously turn in On.
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Apr 26, 2011 | Philips HTS5580W/F7 Theater System
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