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|Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)||90 dB|
|Crosstalk (1kHz)||70 dB|
|Distortion and noise (1kHz)||65 dB|
|Dynamic range (1kHz)||80 dB|
|Frequency range||30 - 20000 Hz|
|Audio decoders||Dolby Digital|
|Package depth||282 mm|
|Package height||82 mm|
|Package width||415 mm|
|Set width||360 mm|
|Power consumption (standby)||0.8 W|
|Image formats supported||JPEG|
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A slightly damp cleaning cloth or soft, dust-free cloth works best to remove fingerprints. Dust in hard-to-reach places is best removed with compressed air.
The Philips DVP3120 has a height of 37 mm.
The Philips DVP3120 has a width of 360 mm.
The Philips DVP3120 has a depth of 209 mm.
To connect your Philips DVP3120 DVD player to your TV, use an HDMI cable or a set of AV cables. Make sure to match the corresponding colors of the AV cables (red, white, and yellow) with the respective ports on your TV and DVD player.
To adjust the picture quality, navigate to the "Settings" menu on your DVD player using the remote control. Look for options such as "Brightness," "Contrast," and "Sharpness" to fine-tune the visual output according to your preferences.
To enable subtitles, press the "Subtitle" button on your DVD player's remote control during playback. You can cycle through the available subtitle options, or if the DVD supports multiple languages, select your preferred subtitle language.
Yes, the Philips DVP3120 DVD player supports various disc formats including DVD, CD, and DivX. You can simply insert the disc into the player and it should begin playing automatically, provided it is in a compatible format.
To adjust the audio output, access the "Audio" settings menu using the remote control. From there, you can modify settings such as volume, bass, treble, and audio output modes (e.g., stereo, surround sound). Make sure to connect your DVD player to external speakers or a home theater system for an enhanced audio experience.
The Signal-to-Noise Ratio of the Philips DVP3120 is 90 dB. This means that the audio signal is 90 dB higher than the background noise. A higher SNR indicates better audio quality.
The crosstalk of the Philips DVP3120 is 70 dB. This means that the level of interference between channels is 70 dB lower than the desired signal. A lower crosstalk score indicates better separation between audio channels.
The distortion and noise level of the Philips DVP3120 is 65 dB. This means that the audible distortions and noise are 65 dB lower than the desired audio signal. A lower score indicates better audio fidelity.
The dynamic range of the Philips DVP3120 is 80 dB. This means that the difference between the quietest and loudest sounds it can reproduce is 80 dB. A higher dynamic range score indicates better audio performance.
The power consumption (standby) of the Philips DVP3120 is 0.8 W. This means that when the DVD player is in standby mode, it consumes 0.8 Watts of power. A lower power consumption score is more energy-efficient.
Yes, the manual of the Philips DVP3120 is available in English .
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