You have just bought the most
sophisticated FM wireless stereo surround
sound system.This system uses the latest
FM wireless technology, which gives you
complete freedom of movement while
enjoying your favorite music and movies.
No more inconvenience from cables or
headphone wires! To ensure you get the
best performance from your FM wireless
stereo surround sound system please read
this manual carefully.
Read these instructions.All the safety
and operating instructions should be
read before using the wireless
Check if the voltage indicated on the
type plate of the adapter corresponds
to the local mains voltage before
connecting to the mains power supply.
Remove the batteries from the
headphone’s battery compartment and
disconnect the adapter from the mains
if the system is not in use for a long
Prevent ﬁre or shock hazard: do not
expose this equipment to humidity,
rain, sand or excessive heat caused by
heating equipment or direct sunlight.
Radio equipment for wireless audio
applications is not protected against
disturbance from other radio services.
Before using the FM headphone for the
ﬁrst time, please ensure that the
batteries are fully charged for about
16 hours.This will guarantee a longer
operating lifetime of the batteries.
Beneﬁts of Philips latest
RF/FM wireless technology
The FM transmitter transmits the stereo
audio signal from your audio or video
source to your FM headphone without
Wide transmission range
Your FM headphone can receive signals up
to 100 meters away.
High-frequency radio system
The FM headphone set uses a high radio
frequency as the signal carrier, ensuring a
very clear, sharp reception.
The FM headphone features SRS
headphone™ to enjoy full surround
experience without disturbing others.
Extended Frequency response
The FM headphone set incorporates
improved technology to achieve a
frequency response up to 24 kHz enabling
the ﬁnest musical details to be transmitted.
Reduces the noise disturbance when the
sound signal is too low or not available.
Introduction General information
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