Philips Smart TV PDF manuals

4000 series LED-LCD TV 49PFL4909/F7 | Philips
4000 series LED-LCD TV 49PFL4909/F7 | Philips

4000 series

5000 series

Philips 139 cm (55 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C 55PFT5500 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 123 cm (49 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C / S / S2 49PFS5501 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 123 cm (49 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 49PFH5501 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips121 cm (48 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 48PFH5500 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 121 cm (48 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C 48PFT5500 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C 40PFT5500 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, DVB-T / T2 / C 40PFT5300 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C / S / S2 40PFS5501 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, DVB-T / C 40PFH5300 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 40PFH5501 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 102 cm (40 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 40PFH5500 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, DVB-T / T2 / C 32PFT5300 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C 32PFT5501 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C 32PFT5500 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / T2 / C / S / S2 32PFS5501 / 12 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 32PFH5501 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, Dual Core, 8 Gb, DVB-T / C 32PFH5500 / 88 - Download PDF manual
Philips 80 cm (32 "), Full HD LED TV, DVB-T / C 32PFH5300 / 88 - Download PDF manual

The history Philips

Philips Corporation - is one of the largest in the world (and the largest in Europe), a manufacturer of consumer electronics. Main business areas: consumer electronics, lighting systems and medical equipment.

The history of the corporation has more than one hundred years. It all began in 1891 when in the Dutch city of Eindhoven (Eindhoven, Netherlands) brothers Anton and Gerard Philips (Anton Philips, Gerard Philips) founded a small company, engaged mainly the production of electric bulbs. She received the name Philips & Co.

If the first time only a few dozen people working on the production, already in 1920 the brand has become quite famous and recognizable. The company gets haughty prefix Koninklijke - «Royal» (The Netherlands.). The company repeatedly changed logos. Circle with four stars and triple wavy line (variations played upon them and earlier) appeared in 1926. The final form of his has been preserved to this day, logo acquired in 1930. However, nowadays more often instead of the logo on the products exhibited simple inscription «Philips», full of capital letters.

Throughout its history, the company constantly increased its potential. It not only expanded the range of its products, but also constantly engaged in their own research - Philips owns thousands of patents from 1918, when the company began its own patented invention. By innovations from Philips (though others were made in close collaboration with other companies, such as Japan's Sony) in the consumer electronics environment, are such habitual things like audio cassette, video cassette, CD, Video CD, DVD ... Something -How can boast achievements of Philips and in mobile communications. Many unique development has been done in the medical and illumination directions.

By the early 21st century, the range of Philips Home Electronics included audio and video equipment, television sets, mobile phones (in 2007 the business was sold to China China Electronics Corporation - CEC). In the US, Philips presented under the brand Magnavox. The company is also known for its electric shaver (Philipshave unit), accessories and lighting fixtures for the different purposes - from primitive incandescent bulbs, to the most complex lamps, built using the latest achievements. Driving at night along the brightly lit highways of the Netherlands (and other European countries), could not help think - because the number of lamps hanging over the road, fortified by the wayside, and even directly embedded in the roadway, the present enormous; and they all produced Philips. The turnover of the company for a long time already has exceeded tens of billions, and the number of units counted in dozens.

In 1997 the company changed its name to Philips & Co, used to this day - Royal Philips Electronics (well, or Dutch style - Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.). And in 2001 there was a change of headquarters-based: the move from Eindhoven held in Amsterdam.

First half of 2011 was marked by the fact that the company decided to abandon the production of television sets, unable to compete with Asian manufacturers. Manufacturing departed to TPV Technology of Hong Kong. Later, it was sold as a division and Lifestyle Entertainment, specialized in the production of audio and video equipment.