Philips Streamium Wireless Hi-Fi system for Android™ WMS8080

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EN User manual
1 Important
Safety
Environmental notices
Recycling
Trademark notice
2 Your MCi8080
Introduction
What’s in the box
Overview
Top and front view
Rear view
Remote control
Touch screen
Home screen
Play screen
Text entry
3 Prepare
Connect the HDD to a computer
Copy MCi8080 files to the
computer
Copy media files to the HDD
Install batteries into the remote
control
4 Place the unit
Place the speakers
5 Connect
Connect the main unit and CD/DVD
unit
Connect speakers
Connect for disc play
Connect a TV
Connect the FM antenna
Connect external audio devices
Connect an iPod / iPhone dock
Turn on/off
Connect power supply
Turn on/off
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Connect to home Wi-Fi/wired
network
Wireless connection: One-touch
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Wireless connection: Enter
encryption key manually
Wireless connection: Enter IP
address manually
Wired connection
Wired connection: Enter IP
address manually
7 Play from home Wi-Fi/wired
network
Play from the hard disk drive (HDD)
Connect the HDD to MCi8080
Library on the HDD
Play from the HDD
Multiroom music
Stream from a UPnP server
Library on a UPnP server
Stream from a UPnP server
Play Internet radio stations
Tune to Internet radio stations
Store preset stations
Edit favorite stations
Manage Internet radio online
Manually add stations online
Stream from online music services
Stream from Napster
Search for music/pictures
Alphanumeric search
Quickjump
Superscroll
8 Play music CD/movie DVDs
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Basic operations
Use the touch screen
Use the disc menu
Access the disc menu
Play movie discs(DVD/DivX/VCD)
Pause/Resume/Stop
Search
Select languages for disc play
Program favorite chapters/tracks
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Contents
Select play options
Select Repeat/Shuffle options
Zoom in/out image
Change a camera angle
9 Play FM radio
Tune to FM radio stations
Autostore
Manual tuning
Edit preset stations
Listen to FM radio
RDS (Radio Data System)
Use the RDS for clock setting
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10 Play from an external audio device
(AUX)
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Play from an external audio device
11 Settings
Play modes
Sound settings
Bass and treble
Full sound
Direct Source
Audio balance
Display settings
Brightness
Wallpaper
Screensaver
Slideshow settings
Album art
Clicker sound
Clock settings
Alarm
Sleep timer
Date and time
Network settings
Setup network
Device name
USB sharing
Location and time zone
Language
Device information
Check for software upgrades
Demo mode
Restore factory settings
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12 Register MCi8080 with Philips
Benefits
Register MCi900
Register on the web site
Register on the device
Unregister MCi8080
Check registration information
13 Maintenance
Cleaning
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14 Technical data
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15 Troubleshooting
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16 Contact information
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Safety
Information for Europe:
Know these safety symbols
h Do not remove the casing of this
product.
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1 Important
i Only use this product indoors. Do
not expose the product to dripping /
splashing water, rain or high humidity.
j Keep this product away from direct
sunlight, naked flames or heat.
k Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other electrical equipment (including
amplifiers).
l Do not place any other electrical
equipment on the product.
m Do not place any sources of danger
on the product (e.g. objects containing
liquids, burning candles).
The ‘exclamation mark’ calls attention to
features for which you should carefully read
the supplied literature to prevent operating
and maintenance problems.
The ‘lightening bolt’ symbol indicates
uninsulated components within the product
that can cause an electric shock.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose the product to rain or moisture
and do not place any ojects filled with liquids,
such as vases, on the product.
n This product may include batteries.
Please refer to safety and disposal
instructions for batteries in this user
manual.
o This product may contain lead and
mercury. Disposal of these materials
may be regulated due to environmental
considerations. Please refer to disposal
instructions in this user manual.
Caution
• Use of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure or
other unsafe operation.
a Read these instructions.
b Keep these instructions.
c Heed all warnings.
d Follow all instructions.
e Do not use this product near water.
f Clean only with dry cloth.
g Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Warning
• Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
• Never lubricate any part of this apparatus.
• Never place this apparatus on other electrical
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equipment.
Keep this apparatus away from direct sunlight,
naked flames or heat.
Never look into the laser beam inside this
apparatus.
Ensure that you always have easy access to the
power cord, plug or adaptor to disconnect this
apparatus from the power.
Where the mains plug or an appliance
coupler is used as the disconnect device,
the disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
Risk of overheating! Never install this
apparatus in a confined space. Always leave
a space of at least four inches around this
apparatus for ventilation. Ensure curtains or
other objects never cover the ventilation slots
on this apparatus.
Hearing Safety
Listen at a moderate volume:
Using headphones at a high volume can impair
your hearing. This product can produce
sounds in decibel ranges that may cause
hearing loss for a normal person, even for
exposure less than a minute. The higher
decibel ranges are offered for those that may
have already experienced some hearing loss.
Sound can be deceiving. Over time your
hearing ‘comfort level’ adapts to higher
volumes of sound. So after prolonged listening,
what sounds ‘normal’ can actually be loud and
harmful to your hearing. To guard against this,
set your volume to a safe level before your
hearing adapts and leave it there.
To establish a safe volume level:
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Set your volume control at a low setting.
Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it
comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
Listen for reasonable periods of time:
Prolonged exposure to sound, even at
normally ‘safe’ levels, can also cause hearing
loss.
Be sure to use your equipment reasonably and
take appropriate breaks.
Be sure to observe the following guidelines
when using your headphones.
Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable
periods of time.
Be careful not to adjust the volume as your
hearing adapts.
Do not turn up the volume so high that you
can’t hear what’s around you.
You should use caution or temporarily
discontinue use in potentially hazardous
situations.
Environmental notices
This product complies with the radio
interference requirements of the European
Community.
This product complies with the requirement
of the 1999/5/EC directive.
Information about the use of batteries:
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This apparatus includes this label:
Caution
• Risk of leakage: Only use the specified type of
Class II equipment symbol:
This symbol indicates that this product has a
double insulation system.
batteries. Do not mix new and used batteries.
Do not mix different brands of batteries.
Observe correct polarity. Remove batteries
from products that are not in use for a longer
period of time. Store batteries in a dry place.
• Risk of injury: Wear gloves when handling
leaking batteries. Keep batteries out of reach
of children and pets.
• Risk of explosion: Do not short circuit
batteries. Do not expose batteries to
excessive heat. Do not throw batteries into
the fire. Do not damage or disassemble
batteries. Do not recharge non-rechargeable
batteries.
Modifications
Battery disposal information:
Modifications not authorized by the
manufacturer may void user’s authority to
operate this product.
Your product contains batteries covered by
the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which
cannot be disposed of with normal household
waste.
Recycling
Please inform yourself about the local rules on
separate collection of batteries. The correct
disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially
negative consequences on the environment
and human health.
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin
symbol attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
Trademark notice
HDMI, and HDMI logo, and High-Definition
Multimedia Interface are trademarks or
registered trademarks of HDMI licensing LLC
in the United States and other countries.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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DivX® and DivX Ultra® are registered
trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under
license. DivX Ultra® Certified to play DivX®
video with advanced features and premium
content.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital
video format created by DivX, Inc. This is
an official DivX Certified device that plays
DivX video. Visit www.divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert
your files into DivX video.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This
DivX Certified® device must be registered in
order to play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD)
content. To generate the registration code,
locate the DivX VOD section in the device
setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this
code to complete the registration process and
learn more about DivX VOD.
‘DVD Video’ is a trademark of DVD Format/
Logo Licensing Corporation.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are
trademarks, or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
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The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer
programs, files, broadcasts and sound
recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
This item incorporates copy protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights of
Rovi Corporation. Reverse engineering and
disassembly are prohibited.
The DVD player on MCi8080 supports these
disc formats:
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2 Your MCi8080
Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Introduction
MCi8080 can
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Connect a hard disk drive (USB mass
storage device);
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Connect to the existing home Wi-Fi/
wired network, which can consist of
computers and UPnP devices;
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Check and identify the contents of your
package:
Connect the existing home audio/
video systems, including TV, audio
systems and MP3 players.
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Main unit and CD/DVD unit
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Hard disk drive (HDD) with a USB
cable
Connect an iPod/iPhone dock.
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2 speakers (with connection cables)
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Remote control with batteries
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Composite video cable
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FM T-type antenna
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AC power cord
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Stand for the hard disk drive (HDD)
Software suite (stored in the
supplied hard disk drive)
Quick Start Guide
With such connections, you can
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What’s in the box
Play music stored on a hard disk
drive (HDD) through the speakers;
Play Internet radio stations and
*online music services over the
Internet;
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Play movie DVDs on a TV;
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Play music/photos stored on a
computer/UPnP server;
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Play music from an audio system/
portable media player through the
speakers.
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Charge or play your iPod/iPhone
through this unit.
Tip
• *Online services are available in some
countries only.
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Overview
Top and front view
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STANDBY
Press to turn on the set;
To turn off, press to switch to
active standby; or, press and hold
to switch to Eco standby.
Exit Demo mode.
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Mute/ unmute sound.
- VOLUME +
Increase/decrease volume.
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LCD display
Wi-Fi antenna
Disc compartment
Open or close the disc
compartment.
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Rear view
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for AC power cord
AUX IN L / R
Audio input sockets for a portable
media player to play through the
speakers on MCi8080
DVD CABLE IN
Socket for connection of the main
unit to the CD/DVD unit
LAN
Socket for the Ethernet cable that
connects MCi8080 with the home
Wi-Fi/wired network, if you want a
wired connection to the home WiFi/wired network
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USB port for the hard disk drive
DVD CABLE OUT
Socket for connection of the CD/
DVD unit to the main unit
VIDEO OUT
Video output socket for the disc
play
for the supplied composite video
cable that connects the disc player
and a standard TV
HDMI
Video output socket for the disc
play
for the HDMI cable (not supplied)
that connects the disc player and a
high-definition TV (HDTV)
DOCK CABLE IN
Socket for connection of an iPod/
iPhone dock (not supplied)
FM TUNER
Socket for connection of the
supplied FM antenna
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3.5 mm headphone jack
LOUDSPEAKERS
Sockets for connection cables that
connect the supplied speakers
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Remote control
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Press to turn on the unit;
To turn off, press to switch to active
standby; or, press and hold to switch
to Eco standby.
Exit Demo mode.
SETTINGS
Enter the settings menus.
Source selector
Select a media source:
INTERNET RADIO: Radio services
provided over the Internet;
LIBRARY: Media library on a UPnP
media server;
AUX: Connected external audio
device (e.g. an MP3 player or other
portable music players);
ONLINE SERVICES: Supported music
services provided over the Internet
(available in some countries only);
DOCKING: Supported media on the
connected iPod/iPhone;
FM RADIO: FM radio stations, with
RDS (Radio Data System) supported;
USB: Media library on the hard disk
drive connected to the unit;
DISC: DVDs, DivX/WMA/ MP3/
WMA files on discs, and audio CDs.
FAVORITE
In LIBRARY mode:
Add songs to the list of favorites.
In INTERNET RADIO mode:
Add current station to the list of
Favorite Stations.
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Navigation buttons
Press to navigate through menus.
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In LIBRARY/INTERNET RADIO/USB
mode:
Superscroll: In a long list of options,
press and hold to start Superscroll.
Release to jump to the first item
starting with current alphabet/
number.
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HOME: Return to Home screen (main
menu).
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BACK: Go back to previous screen.
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Search buttons on the play screen
In LIBRARY/USB/DISC mode:
Press to skip to the previous/ next
chapter/track;
Start/pause/resume play;
In LIBRARY/USB mode: Start to play
the entire file folder (SuperPlay™).
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Stop play;
Exit Demo mode.
RATE
In ONLINE SERVICES mode:
Increase/decrease rating* of current
music.
Alphanumeric
buttons
For text entry
In INTERNET RADIO/FM RADIO
mode:
On the radio play screen, press
and hold a numeric button to store
current station in the location as a
preset station.
In LIBRARY/INTERNET RADIO/USB
mode:
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Quickjump: In a long list of options
that are sorted in an alphabetical
order, press once or repeatedly to
select an alphabet, and jump to the
first item that starts with the selected
alphabet.
CLEAR
Press to delete the previous entry;
Press and hold to delete all entries.
SUBTITLE
In DISC mode: Select a subtitle
language (for video discs only).
AUDIO
In DISC mode:
Select stereo, mono-left, mono-right,
or mix-mono channel (for VCD discs
only);
Select an audio language (for DVD
and DivX discs only).
REPEAT A-B
In DISC mode: Repeat a specific
section within a track/disc.
SOUND
Select sound settings.
PLAY MODE
Select repeat play or random play.
DISC MENU
In DISC mode:
Enter or exit the disc menu.
ZOOM
In DISC mode: Zoom in/out (for
video discs and picture files on CDs).
ANGLE
In DISC mode: Select a camera angle
(for video discs and picture files on
CDs).
a/A
Press to switch between lower and
upper cases;
In FM RADIO mode, press in the
list of presets to start editing station
name.
VOL
Increase/decrease the volume.
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In DISC mode:
Select an album (for MP3/WMA
CDs).
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In FM RADIO mode:
Press and hold to start the auto
tuning to the next available station;
Press repeatedly for fine tuning.
OK
Confirm selection.
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NOW PLAYING
Return to play screen.
Home screen
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Mute/unmute sound.
SEARCH
Press to start the search/browsing by
alphanumeric entry.
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Note
• * Rating current music is available only for
music services that support rating, and is
available only in some countries.
Touch screen
MCi8080 is equipped with a touch screen.
AII songs
AII songs
Playlists
Playlists
Artists
Artists
AIbums
AIbums
On MCi8080, you enter Home screen after
the first-time setup is complete.
To select a music source, or
enterthe[Settings]menu
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If necessary, tap on the screen to
show functional buttons;
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Tap on the buttons to select
corresponding functions;
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Tap on an option to select.
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On Home screen, tap on / to navigate
through icons. Tap on the corresponding
icon to select.
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Or, press / /OK on the remote control
to select the desired source.
To go back to previous screen
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BACK.
Press
To return to Home screen
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Press
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To navigate through menus during music play,
do the following:
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On the remote control, press
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then, use the Navigation buttons.
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To return to Play screen, press NOW
PLAYING.
HOME.
Tip
• On Play screen, you can also press
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repeatedly to select songs.
Text entry
To enter text and symbols, you can:
Play screen
In LIBRARY/INTERNET RADIO/ONLINE
SERVICES mode, Play screen appears when
play starts.
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tap on the text box and enter text
and symbols with the pop-up keypad
directly
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press corresponding alphanumeric
buttons on the remote control
Text entry with the remote control
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To enter letters/numbers/symbols
corresponding to the same alphanumeric
button, briefly and repeatedly press the
button.
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Tip
• For languages other than English, letters that
an alphanumeric button corresponds to may
vary.
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To enter symbols, press
repeatedly.
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To enter space, press
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To switch between lower and upper
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cases, press
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To delete previous character, press
To delete all entries, press and hold
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Copy media files to the HDD
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3 Prepare
Connect the HDD to a
computer
D:\MCi8080
The supplied hard disk drive (HDD) contains
the PC/Mac software for MCi8080 (Media
Browser/TwonkyMedia Server), video tutorial,
User Manual, and other information about
MCi8080 that may be helpful to you.
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Connect the supplied HDD to a
computer.
» Wait till the HDD is detected on
the computer.
Transfer music/picture files from the computer
to HDD. You can play music and photos on
MCi8080.
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On the computer, under [My Computer]
or [Computer],
Copy MCi8080 files to the computer
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Find the HDD of MCi8080;
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Find the desired music folder.
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On the computer, under [My Computer]
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Find the HDD of MCi8080;
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Find a location on the computer to
store the MCi8080 files from the
HDD.
Drag and drop the “MCI8080” folder
from the HDD to the desired location on
the computer.
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From the music/photo folder on your
computer, drag and drop music/picture
files to the HDD.
Tip
• Copy media files to the HDD, regardless of
the folder structure.
• The music/picture file transfer may take you
some time. You may proceed to next steps
when transferring music/picture files to the
HDD.
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Install batteries into the
remote control
Caution
• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from
heat, sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries
in fire.
• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix
different brands or types of batteries.
• Risk of product damage! When the remote
control is not used for long periods, remove
the batteries.
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Open the battery compartment.
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Close the battery compartment.
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Insert two AAA R03 batteries with
correct polarity (+/-) as indicated.
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TV
Wireless Modem PC
TV
Power
Internet
MCi8080
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Place MCi8080 near a TV to use the disc
player.
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For good Wi-Fi reception, place the unit
within the coverage of the router/ Access
point (not supplied).
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To avoid magnetic interference or
unwanted noise, never place this
apparatus and speakers too close to any
radiation devices.
Note
• Never place this unit in an enclosed cabinet.
• Install this unit near the AC outlet where the
AC power plug can be easily reached.
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Place the speakers
2-3M
For the best listening experience:
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Place the speakers with the tweeters
at the ear height, and at least 50 cm
away from the rear wall.
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Place the speakers on speaker stands
to get the best result.
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Place the speakers 2 to 3 meters
away from each other, with the two
speakers and your preferred listening
position forming an equilateral
triangle.
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Place the speakers with the tweeters
facing your preferred listening area.
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To keep the tweeters unobstructed,
never place the speakers in between
shelves.
Tip
• Alternatively, you can place the speakers on
the floor or on top of shelves, though not
preferable.
• By placing the speakers at least 50 cm away
from the rear wall, you can make the bass
tighter and improve your listening experience.
For the main unit side:
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Connect the main unit and
CD/DVD unit
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As shown, plug the cable into DVD
CABLE IN.
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Hold down the socket flap.
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Insert the stripped part of the wire
completely.
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Insert the right speaker wires to “R”,
left speaker wires to “L”.
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Insert the red wires to “+”, black
wires to “-”.
Release the socket flap.
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For the speaker side:
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Unscrew the speaker connectors.
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Insert fully the red end of the speaker
cable into the red (+) connector.
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Screw the red (+) connector to secure
the cable.
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Insert fully the silver end of the speaker
cable into the black (-) connector.
• For optimal sound, use the supplied speakers
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• Connect only speakers with impedance that is
the same or higher than the supplied speakers.
Refer to the Specifications section of this manual.
Screw the black (-) connector to secure
the cable.
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Connect speakers
Note
• Ensure that the colors of the speaker wires and
terminals are matched.
For the left speaker, identify the speaker
cable that is connected to the left
connectors on the main unit.
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Connect for disc play
For disc play, make audio/video connections.
Connect a TV
On MCi8080, you can connect a TV through
one of the two video jacks.
Select the video jack that your TV supports:
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Composite video (CVBS): for a
standard TV;
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HDMI jack: for a high-definition
TV compliant with HDMI (High
Definition Multimedia Interface)/DVI
(Digital Visual Interface), and HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection).
HDMI IN
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Using the CVBS jack
TV
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As shown, connect an HDMI cable (not
supplied) to:
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the HDMI socket on this unit, and
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the HDMI input socket on the TV.
For TV/ monitor with a DVI jack only, use
a DVI-to-HDMI adapter.
Tip
• As a compact audio/video interface, HDMI
transmits uncompressed digital data. With the
HDMI connection, high-definition video/audio
contents can present optimum video and
audio quality on a HDTV.
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As shown, plug the supplied composite
video cable into the corresponding
sockets.
Using the HDMI jack (sold separately)
Use the HDMI jack to connect a highdefinition TV (HDTV), which is equipped with
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface)
or DVI (Digital Visual Interface), and compliant
with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents
Protection).
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Or, to play from a portable media player
with 3.5mm headphone jack
Connect a headphone to RCA cable (not
supplied) to:
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the AUX IN L / R sockets on this
unit, and
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the 3.5mm headphone jack on the
portable media player.
Note
• Always plug in the FM antenna before tuning
to an FM radio station.
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Connect the supplied FM T-type antenna
to the FM TUNER socket on the unit;
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Stretch the antenna to its full length, and
fix it on the wall.
Connect external audio
devices
You can listen to an external audio device
through the speakers on MCi8080. To do so, do
the following connections, and then, select the
AUX mode on MCi8080.
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Connect audio cables (red/white - not
supplied) to:
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the AUX IN L / R sockets on this
unit, and
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the audio output sockets on the
external audio device.
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Connect the FM antenna
Connect an iPod / iPhone
dock
Turn on/off
Connect power supply
Warning
• Risk of product damage! Ensure that the
power supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage printed on the back or the underside
of the product.
DOCK for iPod
•
With the connected iPod / iPhone dock, you
can charge or listen to music from your iPod /
iPhone through this unit.
•
Connect MCi8080 to the power supply.
Note
• The type plate information is located at the
back or at the underside of the product.
Connect a dock (not supplied) to the
DOCK CABLE IN socket on this unit.
Turn on/off
Tip
1
Press or a source selector to turn on
the unit.
2
To turn off the unit,
• To listen to music from the docked iPod /
iPhone, first press DOCKING to select the
dock source.
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to switch to active standby;
•
Press
•
Or, press and hold to switch to
Eco standby (energy-saving mode).
Active standby
English
When in active standby, some major functions
of MCi8080 remain in the normal state of
power consumption, e.g. Wi-Fi connection,
clock display. Thus, MCi8080 can quickly go to
the running state when you switch MCi8080
from active standby to on.
In active standby,
•
The power indicator lights up red;
•
Clock time is displayed if you have set
clock.
And, the unit is still connected to the Wi-Fi/
wired network.
Auto active standby
If no activity happens on MCi8080 for 20
minutes, MCi8080 can switch to active
standby automatically.
Eco standby
Eco standby is an energy-saving mode. In Eco
standby, all major functions are switched to a
low-power state or off, e.g. micro-processor,
Wi-Fi connection, display, and hard disk.
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6 First-time setup
The first time you turn on MCi8080,
1
2
Select the desired language on the screen
as prompted.
To learn major functions on MCi8080,
•
Select [Yes, show me the demo],
when asked whether to view demo;
•
If necessary, press
the volume;
•
To exit the demo play, press .
» The unit is switched to Eco
standby.
VOL
to adjust
» Press again to turn on MCi8080,
and restart the setup.
To proceed to network setup,
•
Select [No], when asked whether to
view demo.
3
Select your location and time zone from
the list as prompted.
4
Select [Yes], when asked whether to set
up network connection.
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EN
English
Connect to home Wi-Fi/
wired network
Connect wirelessly
MCi8080
Connect through an Ethernet cable
MCi8080
You can connect MCi8080 to home Wi-Fi/
wired network in different ways: wireless or
wired, automatic or manual.
•
Use a router (or Access Point) for home
Wi-Fi/wired network. That is, connect
computers/devices to a router.
•
Connect MCi8080 to the router
wirelessly or through an Ethernet cable.
•
To have the unit connected to the
Internet over home Wi-Fi/wired network,
ensure that the router connects to
the Internet directly and no dial-up is
required on the computer.
•
To switch between different connection
methods (wireless or wired, automatic
or manual), or switch between different
routers, go to [Settings] > [Network
settings] > [Setup network].
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Wireless connection: One-touch WiFi Protected Setup (WPS)
MCi8080 supports Wi-Fi Protected
Setup(WPS). You can quickly and securely
connect MCi8080 to a wireless router that
also supports the WPS.
You can select one of the two setup methods:
PBC (Push Button Configuration), or PIN
(Personal Identification Number).
Tip
• Wi-Fi Protected Setup(WPS) is a standard
created by Wi-Fi Alliance for easy establishment
of secure wireless home network.
Turn on WPS-PBC on MCi8080
1
2
Select [Yes], when asked whether to set
up network connection (see ‘First-time
setup’).
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] > [Push button
(WPS – PBC)].
Tip
• To use PIN (Personal Identification Number)
as the setup method: On MCi8080, select
[Wireless (WiFi)] > [Pin entry (WPS – PIN)],
and write down the PIN that is displayed on
MCi8080; On the router, enter the PIN.
• Consult the user manual of the router to learn
how to enter the PIN the router.
2/3
Connect to the Internet
Look for network
Push button (WPS...
•
Connect to the Internet as prompted.
» You enter Home screen after the firsttime setup is complete.
MCi8080
Pin entry (WPS - PIN)
Add MCi8080 on the router
•
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Consult the user manual of the router to
learn how to add a WPS device to the
router. For example:
press and hold the WPS push button.
» The router starts to search for a WPS
device.
» On MCi8080, a message appears
when the connection is completed
successfully.
EN
Internet
English
1/4
Note
• Ensure that the router connects to the
Internet directly and no dial-up is required on
the computer.
Network A
Network B
Wireless connection: Enter
encryption key manually
Network C
Other ...
MCi8080
Tip
• Before you start the network setup, have the
encryption key to your router ready.
1
Select [Yes], when asked whether to set
up network connection (see ‘First-time
setup’).
2
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] > [Look for
network].
» The unit starts to search for wireless
networks.
3
4
Select the desired Wi-Fi network.
As prompted, enter the encryption key to
the network.
» The unit starts to acquire an IP
address assigned by the Wi-Fi network
automatically.
» A message appears when the
connection is completed successfully.
WEP key 1
» A list of available Wi-Fi networks
appears.
1/3
Look for network
Push button (WPS...
Pin entry (WPS - PIN)
Successfully
connected to
Network A
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Tip
• If you have hidden the SSID of the router (e.g.
disable the SSID broadcasting), go to the end
of the list of Wi-Fi network. Select [Other...]
> [Manual SSID entry]. In the text box, enter
the name of the router.
Note
• The router may fail to assign an IP address,
if the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol) is unavailable or disabled on the
router. You may need to enter the IP address
manually, or press BACK to start re-connecting.
Get the IP address of the router
•
Consult the user manual of the router.
•
Or, to check for the settings of the router,
enter the IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.1) in
the web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer)
of the computer, and then, get the
desired information in the setup page.
Wireless connection: Enter IP address
manually
Enter the IP address manually
•
On the MCi8080, enter an IP address
that allows the unit to be in the same
subnet as the router.
For example, if the router has
IP address: 192.168.1.1, Subnet mask:
255.255.255.000;
Then, enter the following on the unit:
IP address: 192.168.1.XX (where XX
denotes a number), Subnet mask:
255.255.255.000.
•
Press / repeatedly to select the entry
location;
MCi8080
Stop getting Auto IP
1
Search for the home Wi-Fi network,
and then, connect to the home Wi-Fi
network.
» The unit starts to acquire an IP
address assigned by the Wi-Fi network
automatically.
2
Press BACK on the remote control to
stop getting auto IP.
Acquiring IP address...
Press <Back> to enter
IP address manually
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EN
» A message appears when the
connection is completed successfully.
To enter the desired digits, use the
alphanumeric buttons on the remote
control; or press / repeatedly.
English
•
2/2
Note
• Ensure that you never enter an IP address that
Wireless (WiFi)
is already assigned to a computer/device on
the network.
Wired (Ethernet)
Wired connection
MCi8080
Tip
Connect to the router by using the Ethernet
cable
1
Select [Yes], when asked whether to set
up network connection (see ‘First-time
setup’).
2
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the unit
to the router.
• The router may fail to assign an IP address,
if the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol) is unavailable or disabled on the
router. You may need to enter the IP address
manually, or press BACK to start reconnecting.
Connect to the Internet
•
Connect to the Internet as prompted.
» You enter Home screen after the firsttime setup is complete.
MCi8080
12V=1A
To Modem
LAN4
LAN3
LAN2
LAN1
Reset
Internet
Connect to the home Wi-Fi/wired network
•
On the unit, select [Wired (Ethernet)].
» The unit starts to acquire an IP address
assigned by the network automatically.
Note
• Ensure that the router connects to the
Internet directly and no dial-up is required on
the computer.
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Wired connection: Enter IP address
manually
Get the IP address of the router
•
Consult the user manual of the router.
•
Or, to check for the settings of the router,
enter the IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.1) in
the web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer)
of the computer, and then, get the
desired information in the setup page.
MCi8080
Assign the IP address manually
Stop getting Auto IP
1
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the unit
to the router.
2
3
On the unit, select [Wired (Ethernet)].
•
On the MCi8080, enter an IP address
that allows the unit to be in the same
subnet as the router.
For example, if the router has
IP address: 192.168.1.1, Subnet mask:
255.255.255.000;
Then, enter the following on the unit:
IP address: 192.168.1.XX (where XX
denotes a number), Subnet mask:
255.255.255.000.
•
Press / repeatedly to select the entry
location;
•
To enter the desired digits, use the
alphanumeric buttons on the remote
control; or press / repeatedly.
Press BACK on the remote control to
stop getting auto IP.
Acquiring IP address...
Press <Back> to enter
IP address manually
Note
• Ensure that you never enter an IP address that
is already assigned to a computer/device on
the network.
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English
7 Play from home
Wi-Fi/wired
network
Play from the hard disk drive
(HDD)
Connect the HDD to MCi8080
After you have transferred music/picture files
from the computer to HDD CA - COMMON
TOPIC - PREPARE - HEADER - Prepare (see
‘Prepare’ on page 17),
1
Install the supplied software on the
computer: Media Browser for PC,
TwonkyMedia Server for Mac.
•
On the computer, find the
“MCI8080 folder” you copied from
the HDD;
•
Run the setup file under
TwonkyMedia folder to start
installation on the computer.
2
Ensure that you have removed the HDD
safely from the computer.
3
Connect the HDD to MCi8080.
Tip
• With the software installed, the computer can
work as a music server. You can stream music/
pictures from the computer to MCi8080, if
both of them are connected to the home WiFi/wired network.
Library on the HDD
You can transfer the music/ picture files from
a computer to the HDD in two ways:
•
by using a USB cable that connects
the HDD to the computer;
•
or, through the home Wi-Fi/wired
network.
Transfer through the home Wi-Fi/wired
network
Through the network, you can conveniently
transfer a smaller number of songs/pictures
from the computer to HDD, without
removing the HDD from MCi8080.
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1
Ensure that the computer is connected to
the home Wi-Fi/wired network.
On MCi8080, ensure that
•
The HDD is properly connected;
1/2
Music
Picture
•
2
The first time you connect the HDD as
a network drive, assign a network drive
to the HDD on the computer.
•
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In [Settings] > [Network settings],
“[USB sharing]” is turned on.
For computers running Windows
XP Professional:
EN
On the computer running Windows
XP, double click [My Computer];
On the computer running Windows
Vista, double click [Computer].
•
On [My Computer], select [Tools] >
[Map Network Drive];
•
Click to assign a network drive to
the HDD (e.g. X: as shown). As
shown, type in the HDD name \\
Philipsmci8080\usb. Click [Finish].
On [My Computer] (Windows XP), or
[Computer] (Windows Vista),
•
Find the HDD under [Network
Drives];
•
Find the music/photos folder on the
computer.
For computers running Mac OS X:
•
As shown, select [Go] > [Network];
•
Under [SHARED], select [All] >
[philips-network];
•
Tip
English
3
• In the case of a large number of media files,
network performance may affect the transfer
speed, or even cause the interruption of
transfer.
• Philipsmci8080 is the default device name. To
change the device name, go to [Settings] >
[Device ID and information].
Organize files on the HDD
•
On [philips-network], select
[philipsmci8080], and then [usb].
Audio files:
If the files contain file information (meta
tag or ID3 tag), the files can be sorted
automatically by the file information, like
Artist, Album, Genre, and others.
Launch media management software to
check or edit the file information. For
example, click as shown in Windows
Media Player 11. Select the desired song,
and then, double click it to edit.
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If necessary, you can also organize audio
files in different folders as desired.
•
4
Find the music/photos folder on the
computer.
Drag and drop music/picture files from
the music/photos folder to MCi8080.
» On MCi8080, You can switched to the
music/photo collection on the [HDD]
source (Press HDD on the remote
control).
•
Picture files:
Organize files in different folders as desired.
The folders are sorted in an alphabetical
order.
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Play from the HDD
1
On MCi8080, ensure that the HDD is
properly connected.
2
On the remote control, press HDD.
» The file sorting process may take some
time. During file sorting, the file folders
are displayed.
» Audio files are displayed under
different categories (e.g. Artist, Album,
Genre), if meta/ID3 tags are edited for
the files.
» Picture files are also organized.
3
4
Select your desired track or album.
Press
to start play.
•
Play starts from the beginning of the
album, if you press
on an album.
•
Play screen appears when play starts
(see ‘Your MCi8080’->’Overview’->
‘Play screen’).
5
To stop play, press .
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EN
English
Multiroom music
NP3700
MCi8080
With the Multiroom Music feature, you can
play the same song on MCi8080 and a Philips
network music player (NP3700) at the same
time.
3
Wait until the Multiroom Music feature is
enabled successfully.
•
To cancel simultaneous play, press
MCi8080.
on
Before you enable this feature, make sure that:
•
both MCi8080 and NP3700 are
connected to the home Wi-Fi
network;
•
you are playing songs from the HDD
connected to MCi8080;
1
Play a song from the HDD (see ‘Play from
home Wi-Fi/wired network’->’Play from
the hard disk drive (HDD)->’Play from
the HDD’).
2
From Home screen, select [Multiroom
Music] to enable the Multiroom Music
feature.
Starting Multiroom Music.
Press <STOP> to cancel
Multiroom Music.
Multiroom Music
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Stream from a UPnP server
MCi8080
Wireless Modem PC
You can stream music/photos between
computers and MCi8080, when
•
MCi8080 is connected to home Wi-Fi/
wired network;
•
Music sharing is set up on the computers,
other UPnP servers that are also
connected to the home Wi-Fi/wired
network.
With the music sharing software (the supplied
Media Browser and TwonkyMedia Server),
such computers can work as UPnP media
servers (music/photo libraries) of MCi8080, if
they are turned on.
Through the UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
protocols, a UPnP media server allows music
or picture files to be streamed from the server
to a UPnP client device (e.g. MCI900). On the
UPnP client device, you can play the music and
pictures from the server.
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Power
MCi8080 can also be the UPnP media server
of such computers and other UPnP devices
that are connected to the home Wi-Fi network,
if MCi8080 is turned on or switched to active
standby.
Connect a hard disk drive (HDD)* to MCi8080.
Music and pictures on the HDD can be played
on such computers and UPnP devices.
Tip
• *The Hard disk drive (HDD) can have a
maximum capacity of 160 GB, or up to 40,000
media files.
English
Library on a UPnP server
On the computers (UPnP servers), the
supplied software Media Browser or
TwonkyMedia Server can access music
libraries that are organized by different media
management software, including Windows
Media Player 11 and iTunes.
iTunes is the a trademark of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Stream from a UPnP server
On MCi8080, play music/picture libraries that
are streamed from a UPnP server (a computer
on the home Wi-Fi/wired network).
1
Ensure that the UPnP server is connected
to the home Wi-Fi/wired network.
2
On MCi8080, press LIBRARY on the
remote control.
•
3
4
5
Or, from Home screen, select
[Media Library].
Select a music/pictures library.
» You can see the categories by which
the music/pictures are sorted (e.g.
Artist, Album, Genre).
Select your desired track or album.
Press
to start play.
•
Play starts from the beginning of the
album, if you press
on an album.
•
Play screen appears when play starts
(see ‘Your MCi8080’->’Overview’->
‘Play screen’).
6
To stop play, press .
Play favorite songs
On MCi8080, you may wish to listen to
certain songs from different artists, albums,
and genres. Add the songs to [Favorites].
1
2
3
Go to a list of songs.
On the remote control, press FAVORITE
to add current song to [Favorites].
•
Or, press FAVORITE when listening
to a song.
•
A list of favorite songs is created
under [Media Library] > [Favorites].
To find and play the favorite songs, press
HOMEon the remote control.
» From home screen, you can find the
favorite songs under [Media Library]>
[Favorites].
To remove a favorite song from
[Favorites]
» Select the song in [Media Library] >
[Favorites]. Press FAVORITE on the
remote control.
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MCi8080
Play photos
•
Press / to rotate the picture;
•
Press / to move to previous/next
picture;
•
Press
to start playing all pictures in
slideshow mode.
3
4
External control from a PC
Through the home W-Fi/wired network, the
Media Browser on a PC (UPnP server) allows
you to control MCi8080.
On the computer, you can click the
buttons to
•
Adjust the volume;
•
Select previous/next songs if you
have dragged more than one songs
to MCi8080. See the Step 2 above.
•
Fast search forward or backward;
•
Play/pause and resume.
On MCi8080, do the following to exit the
external control.
•
Press
on the remote control;
•
Press a source selector on the
remote control;
•
Press ;
•
Press HOME.
Note
• The external control is stopped if the sleeper
timer is turned on after the set time duration.
1
On the PC desktop, launch Media
Browser by double clicking the icon.
2
In Media Browser, select songs to be
played on MCi8080. Drag the songs to
the icon of MCi8080.
» A green “+” appears if the songs are in
supported formats.
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To play Internet radio stations, ensure that
•
MCi8080 is connected to the Internet
over the home Wi-Fi/wired network.
Note
• Ensure that the router connects to the
Internet directly and no dial-up is required on
the computer.
MCi8080
Store preset stations
On MCi8080, you can store up to 10 preset
stations. Each preset station corresponds to
a numeric button on the remote control. On
the radio play screen, press a numeric button,
you quickly switch to the corresponding
preset station.
By default, preset stations are pre-loaded to
MCi8080 according to the location that you
select during the first-time setup. To check
or change the location, go to [Settings] >
[Location and time zone].
To store preset station
1
Play the desired station (see ‘Play from home
Wi-Fi/wired network’->’Play Internet radio
stations’->’Tune to Internet radio stations’).
2
On the play screen, press and hold the
desired numeric button (0-9).
» A message appears, indicating that the
station is added to the corresponding
location.
» The new preset replaces the old one if
the location has been filled.
Internet
Tune to Internet radio stations
1
Ensure that MCi8080 is connected to the
Internet.
2
On MCi8080, press INTERNET RADIO
on the remote control.
•
3
4
Or, from Home screen, select
[Internet Radio].
To search for radio stations,
•
Go to [All stations] > [Locations] to
locate stations by region;
•
To search for a station by name,
use the remote control to start
alphanumeric search or Superscroll
(see ‘Play from home Wi-Fi/wired
network’->’Search for music/
pictures’).
To play a preset station
•
Go to [Internet Radio] > [Presets].
•
Or, on the radio play screen, press
the corresponding numeric button
(0-9).
Select the desired station to start play.
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English
Play Internet radio stations
Edit favorite stations
On MCi8080, you can mark an Internet radio
station as favorite. All the stations are added
to [Internet Radio] > [Favorite stations]. In
this way, you can quickly access your favorite
stations.
To add a station to [Favorite stations]
•
On a list of stations, select the
desired station. Press FAVORITE on
the remote control.
•
Or, play the desired station. On the
play screen, press FAVORITE on the
remote control.
» A message appears, indicating that
the station is added to [Favorite
stations].
To remove a station from [Favorite stations]
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•
Select the station in the list of
stations; or, go to the play screen of
the station. Press FAVORITE again.
•
Or, press CLEAR on the play screen
of the station.
EN
English
Manage Internet radio online
MCi8080
Internet
http://www.philips.com/welcome
By registering MCi8080 on www.philips.com/
welcome (see ‘Register MCi8080 with Philips’),
you can log in to Club Philips. On Club Philips,
you can do the following to manage the
Internet Radio on a computer:
•
Edit favorite stations;
•
Manually add stations that you are unable
to find on MCi8080.
Edit favorite stations online
Through Club Philips, you can manage the
list of favorite stations on a computer. When
connecting MCi8080 to the Internet, you
update the favorite stations on MCi8080.
1
On a computer, log in to Club Philips (see
‘Register MCi8080 with Philips’).
2
To mark/unmark stations as favorite:
•
•
In [Browse], find the desired stations;
Click [Streamium management] >
[Favorites] > [Browse];
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•
•
Under [Favorite], check the box
corresponding to the station.
» The station is marked as favorite.
To unmark, uncheck the box
corresponding to a station.
Tip
• In the list of favorite stations, to put a favorite
station ahead of the first one, make the station
just behind the first one; drag and drop the
first station downward.
• To put a station behind the last one, make the
station just ahead of the last one; drag and
drop the last station upward.
Manually add stations online
Manually add stations
Through Club Philips, you can manually add
Internet radio stations to MCi8080 on a computer.
3
On a computer, log in to Club Philips (see
‘Register MCi8080 with Philips’).
2
To add a station, click [Streamium
management] > [My media] > [Music].
3
In [Music], enter station information in
the text boxes:
To change the order of favorite stations in
the list:
•
Click [Prioritize];
•
Click on the row of the station to be
moved;
•
Drag and drop the row upward or
downward.
» On MCi8080, you can find the
stations in the desired order
under [Internet Radio] >
[Favorite stations], if you have
connected MCi8080 to the
Internet.
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1
EN
4
•
In [URL], fill in the web site of the
station;
•
In [Nickname], fill in a name that
appears as station name in [My
media];
•
In [Description], fill in one-word
description about the station, e.g.
music, sports, new.
The description is used as a category
to sort stations under [My media].
Click [Save].
» A station is manually added the below
the edit boxes.
Stream from Napster
English
To edit an added station
Note
• To stream from online music services, ensure
that MCi8080 is connected to the Internet
over the home Wi-Fi/wired network.
Log in to your Napster account
To access Napster online music service, you
need to log in to your Napster account. Use
your existing Napster account, or use the trial
account before you create an account with
Napster.
1
On MCi8080, press ONLINE SERVICES
on the remote control.
•
2
•
As shown, click the station.
» The text boxes are filled, showing
the information about the station.
•
Click on the text boxes to edit the
information.
Stream from online music
services
On MCi8080, you can enjoy the online music
services.
With the online music services, you can access
their online music libraries.
Create a user account to use the services.
To access some features, you may need to
subscribe services.
From Home screen, go to [Online
services] > [Napster].
Log in to the existing account/trial
account:
•
Press or
location;
to select the entry
•
Use the alphanumeric buttons to
enter desired digits/letters;
•
You can also press or
repeatedly, or press and hold or
until the desired digit/letter appears;
•
Press OK to confirm.
» Next time you select Napster,
you see the account name/
password that you previously
entered.
Tip
• You go to the screen of account management,
if you fail to log in to the Napster account.
As prompted, log in to the account again, or
change to another account.
Note
• Online services are available in some countries
only.
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Search for music
1
2
On the Napster screen, select [Search] >
[Song], [Album], or [Artist].
» You can search for music by the name
of a song, album, or artist.
Search for music/pictures
In a list of options, you can do one of the
following to search for what you need.
Tip
Enter the name of the desired song,
album, or artist.
•
Press or
location;
•
Use the alphanumeric buttons to
enter desired letters;
• When doing searching in the following ways,
ensure that MCi8080 is in the mode of [Media
Library], [HDD], or [Internet Radio].
to select the entry
•
You can also press or
repeatedly, or press and hold or
until the desired letter appears;
•
Press OK to confirm.
•
Use the navigation keys , , , .
•
Start quick search by using the
alphanumeric search, Superscroll, and
Quickjump.
Note
• Alphanumeric search, Superscroll and
Or,
1
On the Napster screen, select
[Channels].
2
Select a playlist by genre (e.g. jazz, blues).
Quickjump are available only when you enter
a long sorted list of options (excluding the
home screen and lists of menus).
Alphanumeric search
Or,
•
On the Napster screen, select
[Catalogue].
» You can browse music as sorted
and organized by the expert
music service of Napster.
In a long list of options, start alphanumeric
search by entering characters that an item
starts with or contains.
1
Press SEARCH on the remote control, if
necessary.
» A text box appears.
2
Enter characters by using the remote
control (see ‘Your MCi8080’>’Overview’->’Text entry’).
Play music
•
To start play, press
•
To stop play, press .
.
My Library
All your played music is saved to [My Library].
You can search for the music by song, channel,
album, artist, and genre.
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Press OK after completing text entry.
» Search starts.
Superscroll
» You can find a list of items that contain
the characters.
In a long list of options, Superscroll allows you
to start a search in an alphabetical order. You
can quickly reach the first item that starts with
the selected alphabet.
» You can find a close match if there is
no item that contains the character.
1
Press and hold / to start Superscroll.
» A pop-up text box appears. Letters are
displayed repeatedly in an alphabetical
order, starting from current letter.
2
Release / when you reach the desired
letter.
» You reach the first item that starts with
the letter.
Quickjump
You can also use Quickjump for alphanumeric
search.
To reach the first item that starts with a
certain letter
•
On the button corresponding to the
letter, press once or repeatedly until
the letter appears.
To reach the first item that starts with the
next letter
•
Press .
To reach the first item that starts with the
previous letter
•
Press .
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English
3
8 Play music CD/
movie DVDs
Caution
• Never look at the laser beam inside the unit.
• Risk of product damage! Never play discs with
accessories such as disc stabilizer rings or disc
treatment sheets.
• Never put any objects other than discs into
the disc compartment.
Note
4
During disc play,
•
/
repeatedly to select a
Press
track/chapter. For WMA/MP3 files
on a CD-R/RW, or recordable DVD,
press / to select a file folder.
•
Press and hold / to search
forward/backward.
•
Press
•
Press
to pause or resume.
to stop.
Use the touch screen
Use the touch screen to select options
• Ensure that you have made connections for
disc play (see ‘Connect’->’Connect for disc
play’).
• For the supported disc formats, see ‘Your
MCi8080’->’Introduction’.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Basic operations
1 On MCi8080, press .
» The disc tray opens.
2
Load a disc onto the tray, the printed side
facing up. Press .
» Play starts automatically after disc
reading is complete.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
On the list of options,
Printed side
•
Tap on the screen to show functional
buttons;
•
Select options by tapping on
corresponding buttons:
: Tap to scroll upward;
: Tap to scroll downward;
: Tap to go back to previous screen.
•
Tap on an option to select.
WI-FI COMPONENT HI-FI SYSTEM
3
If necessary, press DISC on the remote
control, and then press
to start play.
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1
2
On MCi8080, load a disc onto the tray.
Turn on the TV and switch to the correct
video-in channel in one of the following
ways:
•
On the remote control of your TV,
press the AV/TV button repeatedly
until you see the Philips screen, or
the video disc screen.
•
Go to the lowest channel on your
TV, then press the Channel Down
button until you see the Philips
screen, or the video disc screen.
•
Press the source button repeatedly
on the remote control of your TV.
On the CD play screen,
•
Tap on the screen to show functional
buttons;
•
Select play options by tapping on
corresponding buttons:
/ : Tap to pause or play current song;
/
Tip
• The video-in channel is between the lowest
and highest channels and may be called
FRONT, A/V IN, VIDEO etc. See the TV user
manual on how to select the correct input on
the TV.
: Tap to select previous/next song;
: Tap to play all songs in current folder
randomly;
: Tap to play all songs in current folder
repeatedly;
: Tap to return to the previous screen.
Access the disc menu
To access or exit the menu manually
•
In the DISC mode, press DISC
MENU or SETTINGS on the remote
control.
Use the disc menu
After loading a disc onto the tray, you can see
the disc settings on the TV screen.
Printed side
TV
WI-FI COMPONENT HI-FI SYSTEM
AV/TV
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Use the touch screen during CD
play
Play movie discs(DVD/DivX/
VCD)
Search by time or chapter/track
1
During disc play, press SEARCH until a
time field or chapter/track field is displayed.
•
For the time field, enter the play
position in hours, minutes and seconds.
•
For the chapter/track field, enter the
chapter/track.
» Play starts automatically at your
selected point.
Pause/Resume/Stop
To pause
•
During disc play, press
to pause.
» The TV screen shows the scenes
where you stop play.
•
Or, during DVD play, press .
» The TV screen shows the Philips
screen.
To resume
•
Press .
» The disc play resumes from the
last stop point.
To stop
•
Press
Select languages for disc play
Select an audio language
You can select an audio language on DVDs or
DivX discs.
1
During disc play, press AUDIO.
» The language options appear. If the
selected audio channels is unavailable,
the default disc audio channel is used.
again.
Note
• For some DVDs, the language can only be
changed from the disc menu.
Select a subtitle language
You can select a subtitle language on DVDs.
•
During disc play, press SUBTITLE.
Note
• For some DVDs, the language can only be
changed from the disc menu.
Search
Fast search forward/backward
1
During play, press and hold / to select
a search speed.
•
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To resume play at normal speed,
press .
You can play certain chapters/tracks on a disc.
Program the chapters/tracks as desired on the
TV screen.
Printed side
To turn on or off the repeat/shuffle options
•
Press PLAY MODE on the remote
control.
English
Program favorite chapters/
tracks
To repeatedly play a section in a disc
1
During music or video play, press
REPEAT A-B at the start point.
2
Press REPEAT A-B at the end point.
» The selected section starts to play
repeatedly.
» To cancel repeat play, press REPEAT
A-B again.
TV
Note
WI-FI COMPONENT HI-FI SYSTEM
• The section A and B can be set only within the
1
In the DISC mode, ensure that the disc
play stops.
2
Press FAVORITE on the remote control.
» On the TV screen, you can see a menu
for you to program desired chapters/
tracks.
same track/title.
Zoom in/out image
1
During video/picture play, press ZOOM
repeatedly to zoom in/out the image.
•
3
Use the remote control to enter the
desired chapters/tracks.
4
Press FAVORITE to exit.
To play the program
•
Press .
To erase the program
•
Press
•
Or, remove the disc from the disc
tray.
twice;
When the image is zoomed in, you
can press / / / to pan through
the image.
Change a camera angle
Some DVDs contain alternate scenes, such as
scenes recorded from different camera angles.
For such DVDs, you can select from the
available alternate scenes.
1
During DVD play, press ANGLE repeatedly
to switch between camera angles.
Select play options
Select Repeat/Shuffle options
During disc play, you can repeatedly play a
chapter/track, or a file or files in a folder. You
can also play tracks or files in a folder in a
random order.
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9 Play FM radio
Tune to FM radio stations
Note
When listening to a radio station, you can
store current station to a desired location
(0-9) in the preset list. The numeric buttons
(0-9) on the remote control correspond to
the locations (0-9) in the preset list.
1
2
• Before you tune to FM radio stations, make
sure that you have properly installed the
supplied FM antenna (see ‘Connect’->’Connect
the FM antenna’).
Tune to your desired station.
On the radio play screen, press and hold
a numeric button.
•
If necessary, press NOW PLAYING
to return to the radio play screen.
•
Current station is stored to the
location.
Autostore
Edit station information
1
1
On MCi8080, press FM RADIO on the
remote control.
•
2
Or, from Home screen, select [FM
radio].
In [FM radio], select [Auto store].
» MCi8080 starts to search for available
stations automatically.
2
» Radio play starts and a maximum of 60
stations are stored as presets when the
auto tune is complete.
3
In the FM RADIO mode, go to [Presets].
•
On the radio play screen, press
FAVORITE .
In the list of preset stations,
•
Select the station to be edited;
•
Press a/A to start editing;
•
Press / to select the entry
location; press / repeatedly to
select desired letters.
» The preset stations are listed in the
order of reception strength, with the
RDS stations at the top.
3
To select a preset station, go to [Presets].
Listen to FM radio
1 On MCi8080, press FM RADIO on the
•
Or, press FAVORITE during radio
play.
Press OK to confirm. Press BACK to
discard the changes.
remote control.
•
Manual tuning
1
2
3
In [FM radio], select [Manual tuning].
Press and hold / to start auto tuning.
» You tune to the next available station
with sufficient reception.
Tune to your desired station (see ‘Play FM
Radio’->’Tune to FM radio stations’).
•
Press / repeatedly for fine tuning.
Edit preset stations
Store current station to a location
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3
Or, from Home screen, select [FM
radio].
To select a preset station:
Go to [FM radio] > [Presets];
Or, press the corresponding numeric
button on the radio play screen (for
the first 10 preset stations only).
To mute/unmute the radio play
•
Press .
English
RDS (Radio Data System)
RDS (Radio Data System) is a service
that allows FM stations to show additional
information.
During Autostore, RDS stations are
automatically stored at the top of the list of
preset stations.
When tuning to an RDS station, you can see
the following information on the screen:
•
Station name;
•
Program type, such as news, sports,
and pop music;
•
Frequency;
•
Scrolling text (RDS text), if available.
Use the RDS for clock setting
Note
• When you use an RDS station for clock
setting, ensure that the RDS station broadcasts
time signals.
1
From Home screen, select [Settings] >
[Clock settings] > [Date and time].
•
2
To enter [Settings], you can also
press SETTINGSon the remote
control.
In [Date and time], select [Current date
and time] > [Automatic (RDS)].
» The unit searches for the first preset
station automatically.
» The time is set according to time
signals from the station.
3
To use another RDS station for clock
setting, tune to the RDS station
immediately.
Tip
• To use an RDS station for regular clock setting,
store the station as the first preset station.
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10 Play from an
external audio
device (AUX)
With the AUX IN L / R socket and AUX
mode, MCi8080 allows you to play an external
audio device (e.g. a portable media player)
through the speakers of MCi8080.
Play from an external audio
device
1 Ensure that the external audio device
is properly connected to MCi8080 (see
‘Connect’->’Connect external audio
devices’).
2
3
On MCi8080, select the AUX mode.
•
From Home screen, select [AUX].
•
Or, press AUX on the remote
control.
On the external audio device, start music
play.
•
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For the music play, you can use the
sound settings on MCi8080 (see
‘Settings’->’Sound settings’).
1
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Sound settings] > [Bass / Treble].
•
Play modes
2
When playing music, you can choose to play
repeatedly, play in random order, or play one by
one. Select a play mode as desired.
To select a play mode for music play
Before or during music play,
•
Press CLEAR to select neutral level.
Full sound
From Home screen, go to [Settings]
> [Play mode]; Or,
[FullSound] restores the sonic details that
music compression loses (e.g. MP3, WMA).
•
Press PLAY MODE on the remote
control.
- Play all songs in current folder
»
repeatedly;
Turn on or off [FullSound] in [Settings]
>[Sound settings].
»
- Play current song repeatedly;
- Play all songs in current
folder randomly.
Sound settings
Direct Source
With [Direct source], you can turn off
the settings of sound effects on MCi8080,
including [FullSound] and [Bass / Treble].
Thus, music plays in an original way, without
the sound effects from MCi8080.
•
On MCi8080, you can select different sound
settings in [Settings] > [Sound settings].
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Sound settings].
•
2
Press / repeatedly to increase/decrease
the level.
•
»
1
Or, press SOUND on the remote
control to enter the menu of sound
settings.
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
Select the option. Press OK to turn it on
or off.
Or,
On the remote control, press SOUND to
enter the menu of sound settings.
•
To exit the menu of sound settings,
press
BACK.
Tip
• When [Direct source] is on, you can still
adjust the volume and [Balance].
• The sound effect settings are retained and
enabled when [Direct source] is off.
Audio balance
With [Balance], you can improve listening
experience by adjusting difference between
the left and right audio channels.
1
Bass and treble
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Sound settings] > [Balance].
•
Use [Bass / Treble] to adjust the low (bass) or
high (treble) range of musical notes.
Turn on or off [Direct source] in
[Settings] > [Sound settings].
Or, press SOUND on the remote
control to enter the menu of sound
settings.
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11 Settings
2
Press / repeatedly to increase/decrease
the output from left/right audio channels.
•
Press CLEAR for equal output from
left/right audio channels.
1
2
3
Display settings
Brightness
On MCi8080, you can adjust the brightness
of the display. As desired, the display lights up,
dims or turns off when MCi8080 is turned on
or switched to active standby.
•
In [Settings] > [Display settings] >
[Brightness when on] or[Brightness
when standby], select an option and
press OK.
Wallpaper
1
2
3
On MCi8080, select and play a photo.
Screensaver
On MCi8080, the screensaver is turned on
when MCi8080 is switched to active standby.
In [Screen saver], select [Current
picture].
» Current picture is set as screensaver.
When in the slideshow mode, you can view
pictures one by one.
To select a play mode for slideshow
1
From the home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Slideshow settings].
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
2
Select one of the following play modes.
Press OK to turn it on or off.
» [Repeat]: Play all pictures repeatedly;
» [Shuffle]: Play all pictures randomly.
To set the play time of each picture
1
Press SETTINGS on the remote control
to select [Settings] > [Display settings] >
[Wallpaper].
In [Wallpaper], select [Current picture].
» Current picture is set as wallpaper.
Press SETTINGS on the remote control
to select [Settings] > [Display settings] >
[Screen saver].
Slideshow settings
For menus on MCi8080, you can set the
background display (wallpaper).
To set wallpaper
On MCi8080, select and play a picture.
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Slideshow settings] > [Time per slide].
•
2
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
In [Time per slide], select the desired
time duration.
Album art
By default, clock display appears as the
screensaver.
Album art (the picture of CD/album cover) is
sometimes available for music downloads. With
some media management software, album
art can be inserted for the songs. By turning
[Album art] on or off, you can choose whether
to show the picture of CD/album cover for
corresponding songs.
To set screensaver
To turn on [Album art]
When turned on, the selected screensaver
appears. The clock is shown on the lower right
corner of the screen.
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From the home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Album art].
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
Select [Album art]. Press OK to turn it
on or off.
If [Album art] is on,
» In the list of songs, the album art
appears as thumbnail along with the
corresponding song.
Clicker sound
English
1
MCi8080 can give you an audible feedback
(clicker sound) every time you press a button
on the remote control.
You can turn the clicker sound on or off in
[Settings] >[Clicker sound].
Clock settings
Alarm
Set the alarm
1
Ensure that you have set the clock (see
‘Settings’->’Date and time’).
2
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Clock settings] >[Alarm].
•
» During the song play, the album
art is displayed in full screen as the
background.
3
4
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
To set the source of alarm sound,
•
Select [Music];
» At the set alarm time, last played
song starts/resumes, or you tune
to the last played Internet radio
station.
•
Select [Buzzer].
» At the set alarm time, the buzzer
sounds.
To set the alarm time,
•
Press and hold / , or press
/ repeatedly until you reach the
desired digits. Press OK to confirm.
•
Or, enter the desired digits by using
the alphanumeric buttons on the
remote control.
» The alarm icon appears on the
screen.
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To play a song or Internet radio station as
the next alarm sound
Sleep timer
1
Ensure that you have selected [Music] in
the Step 3 above;
2
With the sleep timer, you can have MCi8080
turned off automatically after the set timer
duration.
Before you turn off MCi8080, or switch
MCi8080 to active standby,
To set the time duration
•
Go to [Media Library], and select
and play the desired song;
1
•
Or, go to [Internet Radio], and tune
to the desired station.
From the home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Clock settings] > [Sleep timer].
•
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
Use the alarm
2
At the set alarm time, music/Internet radio
plays as desired, or the buzzer sounds.
Date and time
Note
• The alarm sounds even if you have switched
MCi8080 to active standby or Eco standby.
• The buzzer sounds instead, if MCi8080 fails to
connect to a music library or an Internet radio
station.
• MCi8080 is unmuted if it has been muted.
• The alarm sounds in a higher volume if the
volume level is lower than minimum.
To snooze the alarm
•
Press any button on the unit or
the remote control (except for the
volume buttons).
» The alarm sounds again 15
minutes later. The alarm icon
remains.
To stop the alarm
•
Press and hold or .
» The alarm is stopped. The alarm
icon disappears.
» The alarm sounds again next day.
To turn off the alarm
•
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Go to [Settings] > [Clock settings]
> [Alarm]. Select [Alarm off] and
press OK on the remote control.
Select an option. Press OK to turn it on.
The date and time can be set automatically or
manually.
Automatic setting
For automatic clock setting, use the online
service over the Internet, or use the time
signal from FM RDS radio.
Through the online service over the Internet
1
Turn on the unit, if necessary.
•
2
From Home screen, select [Settings] >
[Clock settings] > [Date and time].
•
3
Ensure that the unit is connected to
the home Wi-Fi/wired network and
Internet.
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
In [Date and time], select [Current date
and time] > [Automatic (Internet)].
» The unit starts auto time setting over
the Internet.
» A message appears when the setting
is done.
Automatic (Internet)
Manual setting
1
2
Automatic (RDS)
Manual
1
On the unit, turn on the FM radio, if
necessary.
•
2
3
On the first location for preset stations,
store an FM RDS station that transmits
time signals.
From Home screen, select [Settings] >
[Clock settings] > [Date and time].
•
4
Ensure that the FM antenna is
connected properly CA-MCI8080Connect the FM antenna (see
‘Connect the FM antenna’ on page
23).
Or, press SETTINGSon the remote
control to enter [Settings].
In [Date and time], select [Current date
and time] > [Manual].
4
To enter date and time,
•
Press or
location;
to select the entry
•
Use the alphanumeric buttons to
enter desired digits;
•
Press OK to confirm.
•
You can also press or
repeatedly, or press and hold or
until the desired digit appears.
Set date/time format
Select how date and time are displayed in the
clock.
1
2
Follow Step 1-2 under “Manual setting”.
In [Date and time], go to [Time format]
or [Date format] to select options.
Network settings
Setup network
After the first-time setup, you can change
how MCi8080 connectsto home Wi-Fi/wired
network:
In [Date and time], select [Current date
and time] > [Automatic (RDS)].
» The unit searches for the first preset
station automatically.
» The time is set according to time
signals from the station.
Or, press SETTINGSon the remote
control to enter [Settings].
3
• According to the location and time zone you
Through time signals from FM RDS radio
From Home screen, select [Settings] >
[Clock settings] >[Date and time].
•
Tip
select, the unit can have the clock time set
and adjusted automatically through the online
service over the Internet.
• To check and change current location and time
zone, go to [Settings] > [Location and time
zone].
Turn on the unit, if necessary.
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1
•
Switch between different connection
methods (wireless or wired,
automatic or manual);
•
Switch between different routers.
To do so, do the following:
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Network settings] > [Setup network].
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•
2
Or, press SETTINGS on the remote
control to enter [Settings].
Connect MCi8080 as you did in the
first-time setup (see ‘First-time setup’>’Connect to home Wi-Fi/wired
network’).
Device name
In [Device name], you can name/rename your
MCi8080. On a connected UPnP server/client,
the MCi8080 can be found as named.
1
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Network settings] > [Device name].
2
In [Device name], press / to select the
entry location; press / repeatedly to
select desired letters.
USB sharing
When you connect MCi8080 to home WiFi/wired network, the HDD connected to
MCi8080 can work as a shared disk of the
network. Contents on the HDD can be played
or shared on computers or UPnP devices that
are also connected to the network.
•
To permit or prohibit the sharing, go
to [Settings] > [Network settings]
> [USB sharing]. Press OK to turn
on or off the sharing.
Language
After the first-time setup, you can change the
language selection in [Settings] > [Language].
Device information
From the home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Device ID and information]. You can learn
about information about MCi8080, including
model number, name to be shown on a UPnP
server/client, software version and network
settings.
Check for software upgrades
On the MCi8080, you can check for software
upgrades. After you click to agree to the terms
and conditions, the downloading and installation
of new upgrades start automatically.
1
Ensure that MCi8080 is connected to the
Internet.
2
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Check for software upgrades].
Demo mode
After the first-time setup, you can view the
demo again.
Location and time zone
1
After the first-time setup, you can change the
selected location and time zone when moving
to a new location or time zone.
From Home screen, go to [Settings] >
[Demo mode].
» Demo play starts.
2
To exit the demo play, press .
» The unit is switched to Eco standby.
According to the selected location and time
zone, MCi8080 can
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•
Set clock automatically over the
Internet (see ‘Settings’->’Date and
time’);
•
Pre-load preset Internet radio
stations automatically.
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Restore factory settings
You can restore MCi8080 to factory settings.
All your settings are removed, including the
settings of network, sound, display, clock, alarm
and language.
1
Go to [Settings] > [Restore factory
settings].
2
As prompted, select [Yes].
» The unit is turned off.
» The unit is turned on again
automatically when the factory settings
are restored.
» Start the first-time setup.
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12 Register
MCi8080 with
Philips
To get the product model number
•
Look at the packaging box of the
device or the product label. You can
always find the model number on
the packaging box or product label
(e.g. MCi8080, NP3700).
Benefits
By registering MCi8080 on www.philips.com/
welcome, you can
•
Get free software upgrades;
•
Manage your own favorite radio stations;
•
Receive Streamium newsletters.
Note
• Registration of MCi8080 requires a valid email
address.
To get the product registration ID
•
Register MCi900
Use a valid email address as the account when
you register MCi8080 on www.philips.com/
welcome.
You can complete the registration directly on
www.philips.com/welcome. Or, use an email
address to register on the device, and then,
complete the registration through the web site
link that you received in the email.
Register on the web site
To register MCi8080 directly on www.philips.
com/welcome, you need to fill in the following
information as prompted during registration:
•
A valid email address as the registration
account;
•
Product model number;
•
Product registration ID.
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On MCi8080, go to [Settings] >
[Device ID and information]. Press
repeatedly to find [Product
Registration ID].
Register on the device
Use an email address to register on the
device, and then, complete the registration
through the web site link that you received in
the email.
1
Ensure that MCi8080 is connected to the
Internet.
2
To register with www.philips.com/
welcome,
•
On MCi8080, select [Settings] >
[User registration] > [Register now]
> [Register on the device];
•
As prompted, enter your valid
email address (see ‘Your MCi8080’>’Overview’->’Text entry’).
» You receive an email message
from ConsumerCare@Philips.com.
On a computer, use the web site link
in the email to complete registration.
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•
Tip
• To log in to Philips online services later,
use the web site link in the email, and the
password.
Unregister MCi8080
When registering with www.philips.com/
welcome, you can only use one account for one
unit (e.g. MCi8080). For each account, you can
maintain a set of favorite stations and manually
added stations.
To use another account for registration, you
need to unregister current one.
To unregister an account
1
On MCi8080, select [Settings] > [User
registration] >[Unregister].
2
As prompted, confirm to start
unregistering the account.
Tip
• When re-registering the account, you can
recover the Internet radio stations that you
maintained with Philips online services.
Check registration
information
You can check whether you have registered
the MCi8080, and what account you have
used for registration. To check the information,
go to [Settings] > [User registration] >
[Registration status].
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13 Maintenance
This chapter tells you how to care for MCi8080.
Cleaning
Note
• Avoid moisture and abrasion.
1
Clean MCi8080 only with a soft dry cloth.
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General
AC Power (Main unit)
230V ±10%, 50Hz (for /12, /05 /79)
120V ±10%, 60Hz (for /37)
DC Power (DVD unit)
DIN connector (Output provided by Main
unit)
DC Power (HDD unit)
5V USB power, 900mA (Provided by Main
unit)¹
Dimensions
Main unit: 251 x 251 x 142mm (including
LCD)
DVD unit: 251 x 251 x 74mm
HDD unit: 122 x 75 x 13mm
Speaker box: 180 x 282.9 x 295mm
Weight (net)
12.50kg (all items)
Note
• ¹Use HDD only with the by-packed USB wire.
Power consumption
Active (On)
≤ 45W
(Active) Standby
≤ 12W (HDD-spun down)
ECO (Passive) Standby
≤ 0.9W
Audio inputs
Aux in (Line in)
2x Cinch
Input sensitivity
0.8V
Input impedance
> 10kΩ (Ohms)
Audio outputs
Headphones
1 x 3.5mm jack, 20 – 18000Hz, 16 - 150Ω
(Ohms)
Signal to noise ratio (Headphones)
typically ≥ 85dBA (IEC)
Distortion (Headphones)
≤ 1%
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Audio / Video outputs (only provide output
during disc playback)
CVBS
1 x Cinch, 1Vpp, 75 Ohm
HDMI
480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 1080i, 1080p
Video system
PAL / NTSC
Video format
4:3 / 16:9
Audio amplifier (Digital)
Output power
2 x 50W (RMS) (= total power 100W)
Frequency response
20Hz to 20000Hz (±0.5dB)
Signal to noise ratio
typically 92dB/ ≥ 93dBA
Speakers
Power handling
50W (RMS)
Impedance
8Ω (Ohms)
Sensitivity
83dB/ 1m / W
Dimensions
Woofer: 5.25 inches
Tweeter: 1.00 inches
Frequency response
75 to 20000Hz
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Sound features
Internet services
FullSound®
Yes (on/ off)
Bass / Treble control
+/ - 10 steps
Balance control
+/ - 10 steps
Direct Source (Flat)
Yes (on/ off)
Internet radio
Media Library
Decoding capabilities (excluding the disc
player)
Wireless standard
802.11n, backwards compatible to 802.11b/ g
Wireless security
WEP (64 or 128 bit),
WPA / WPA2 (8-63 characters)
Frequency range
2412 - 2462 MHz (CH1-CH11) (for /79, /37,
/55, /97)
2412 - 2472 MHz (CH1-CH13) (for /12, /05)
Antenna
1 x external, diversity mode enabled
Wireless protected setup (WPS)
Yes (PBC + PIN)
MP3
8 - 320kbps (CBR / VBR)
WMA
32 - 192kbps (CBR / VBR)
WMT DRM - ND (WMA DRM - 10)
Yes, enabled (only from a UPnP server)
AAC (M4A)
16 - 320kbps (CBR / VBR)
PCM/ WAV
1x (1.4Mbps)
FLAC
Yes, supported
Ogg Vorbis
Yes, supported
eACC
Yes, supported
JPEG
Yes, supported (Maximum size: 7MB)
Wired (LAN / Ethernet)
Playlist support (excluding the disc player)
Wired standard
802.3 / 802.3 u
Speed
10 / 100mbps
Mode
half / full duplex
Crossover detection (Auto MDIX)
Yes
*.m3u, *.wpl
Yes
iTunes, Rhapsody
Yes (via by-packed UPnP Server)
Wireless
Note
• The wired and wireless network interfaces
cannot be turned on at the same time.
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USB
Frequency range
87.50 to 108.00MHz
No. of Presets
60
Signal noise ratio
Typically 60dB
Tuning grid
50kHz
RDS
Yes, including RDS clock setting
Antenna connector
IEC (75 Ohm)
USB port type
Type A
Supported media
FAT, FAT-32, NTFS V 3-1
Supported class
MSC only (no MTP support)
Multi-partition support
No, only first readable partition
Database support
Up to 40000 songs
DISC player
Supported discs
DVD, VCD, SVCD, DVD+RW, DVD-RW,
DVD+R, DVD-R, Picture (JPEG) CD, DivX
(Ultra) Disc, MP3 / WMA CDR / CDRW,
CD (CDDA)
Disc size support
8cm/ 12cm
Video decoding
MPEG 1, MPEG 2, DivX, JPEG
Audio decoding
MP3: 112 to 320kbps (Sampling rate: 32, 44.1,
48kHz)
WMA: 32 to 360kbps (Sampling rate: 44.1,
48kHz)
RDS
Yes; PTY, PS, Text including RDS clock setting
HDMI Audio support
Yes
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FM Tuner
HDD
Disc type
2.5 inches
Size
160GB³
Format
FAT32
Note
• ³Available disc size is less due to preloaded
contents.
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Display/Clock
Resolution
Dotmatrix, 320 x 240 dots (QVGA), Color
TFT
Size
3.5 inches
Backlight
Can be turned on/ off and can be dimmed
Clock/ Date display
Yes
Wallpaper/ Screensaver
Yes
Automatic time setting via Internet (NTP)
Yes, enabled
Sleep timer
Yes
Internal (key) clicker
Yes
Others
UPnP²
DMP (Local Renderer, Local Controlpoint)/
DMS
Note
• ² Requires User-registration @ Rhapsody.
• ² Capable to connect to - Windows Media
Player 11/12, Winamp, TwonkyMedia;- Philips
Music Center WAC3500 / WAC7500 /
MCi500H;- Philips NAS SPD8020CC;- Mobile
phone Nokia N85, N95,N900.
• Specifications and external appearance are
subject to changes without notice.
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English
15 Troubleshooting
I cannot hear any sound or the sound is poor,
what do I do?
•
Press + VOL - to increase the volume.
•
Press the MUTE button again to
reactivate the sound output.
Is there a maximum distance of transmission
between a wireless router and MCi8080 for
effective streaming?
Yes. The maximum distance of Wi-Fi
transmission is 250m measured in open
spaces. However, in a home environment,
where solid obstacles such as walls and
doors are present, the effective transmission
distance is reduced to 50-100m. Reposition
the devices if you experience transmission
problems.
I have not received any registration email from
ConsumerCare@Philips.com.
•
Check that the email address that is
entered in the user registration section is
valid and spelled correctly.
•
Check that the PC has an active Internet
connection.
•
The Internet server may be busy, try
again later.
•
Check if the email was redirected to the
spam folder.
How do I avoid Wi-Fi interferences from
other devices that operate in the same
(2.4GHz) frequency spectrum, such as Dect
phones or bluetooth devices?
•
Move MCi8080 at least 3m away from
such devices.
•
Use a WEP/WPA encryption key when
you create the wireless connection your
PC / home network.
•
Change the operating channel on the
interfering devices.
•
Turn the devices in different directions to
minimize interference.
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Streamium terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions of Use of your Philips Streamium-enabled Device
Congratulations on your purchase of a Philips Streamium-enabled Device (“Device”). These Terms and
Conditions of Use give you the rights to use certain features on your Device relating to the streaming of
content. You must agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use before using the Device. Your use of the Device
constitutes your agreement to be bound by these Terms and Conditions of Use and will give you the right to
access these features. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use, you may return your Device to
the point of purchase. These Terms and Conditions of Use supplement, and do not replace, any terms, conditions
or disclaimers which were provided with your purchase of the Device. All such terms, conditions and disclaimers
remain in full force and effect.
Eligibility for Registration.
You must be at least 14 years of age to assume the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. If you
are under 14 years of age, you may not use the Device unless one of your parents or legal guardians assumes
the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. Your use of the Device constitutes your
representation that you are either 14 years of age or, if you are under 14 years of age, that your parent or legal
guardian has assumed the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use.
Restrictions on Modification of your Device
Your Device provides access to certain streams of content. As a condition of obtaining access to those streams
through the Device, you agree not to tamper with or otherwise modify or attempt to modify the Device in any
way (including through the use of software or by making physical alterations to the Device). You agree that you
will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent technological measures employed to control access to, or the
rights in, any content. You agree that you will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent any copy management
system by any means. You agree that you will not decipher or attempt to decipher cryptographic keys or
otherwise defeat or attempt to defeat any security features implemented in the Device or in the content
streams. You agree that you will not use the Device for any unauthorized purpose or in contravention of any law
or regulation.
Disclaimers Regarding Content
The streams of content which are accessible through your Device are not controlled or programmed by Philips.
Rather, they are provided by third parties. Think of your Device (in addition to its other features) as a form of
“tuner” which allows you to receive the content broadcast by many others outside of your local area. Since the
content is provided by others, PHILIPS HAS NO EDITORIAL CONTROL OVER ANY OF THAT CONTENT
RECEIVED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE AND, THEREFORE IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONTENT OR ITS NATURE
OR DELIVERY. PHILIPS DOES NOT ENDORSE ANY OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN ANY CONTENT RECEIVED
THROUGH YOUR DEVICE. PHILIPS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY,
RELIABILITY, COMPLETENESS OR TIMELINESS OF CONTENT. YOU AGREE THAT ANY RELIANCE ON
CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Limitations on Access to Streams.
Philips does not guarantee access to any particular stream or to the content contained in any stream. Philips
may, in its discretion, add or remove access to any specific stream or content at any time. Some streams are
accessible through arrangements with online service providers which determine which streams are listed on
their directories. Although Philips will strive to provide a good selection of online service providers, Philips does
not guarantee continued access to any specific online service provider. Philips may, in its discretion, add or
remove access to any specific online service provider.
Rights in Content
Content may be protected by copyright laws or other intellectual property or proprietary laws. In some
situations, such as use of the Device in a commercial environment, it may be necessary for you to obtain, at your
own risk, a license or other authorization to use such content. You agree that, in the event such a license or
authorization is necessary, it is your responsibility to obtain any such license or authorization. You agree that you
are solely liable for any damages you may incur resulting from your failure to obtain the proper license or
authorization for use of the content accessible through the Device. You agree that Philips will have no liability to
you with regard to your use of the content.
Changes in Features
Philips may, in its discretion, change the features of the Device, including adding features to, or removing features
from, the Device. Some new features may require changes to these Terms and Conditions of Use. Your use of
those new features will constitute your agreement to the revised Terms and Conditions of Use.
Software and Intellectual Property Rights
You may need to use certain software programs to use or have full access to certain features of the Device. You
received certain software with the purchase of the Device and may receive other software from time to time in
the future. Most of that software is contained in the Device and is not accessible to you. Some of that software
is owned by Philips and some is owned by others. Your use of software owned by Philips is subject to these
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governed by their applicable license agreements. Your use of software does not transfer any title or ownership
rights in the software to you. Philips retains all its rights in software and other intellectual property, including
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decompile, create derivative works of, reverse engineer, modify, sublicense, distribute the software or use the
software for any unauthorized purpose or in contravention of any law or regulation.
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MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE USE OF THE DEVICE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, TIMELY,
SECURE OR FREE FROM ERRORS. PHILIPS MAKES NO WARRANTY AS TO THE CONTENT CARRIED IN
ANY STREAM. PHILIPS MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE
INFORMATION OR CONTENT ACCESSED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE OR TO YOUR RELIANCE ON, OR
USE OF, ANY INFORMATION OR CONTENT ACCESSED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE. SPECIFIC
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INCLUDING ANY DISCLAIMERS TO THOSE WARRANTIES, CONTINUE TO APPLY. Because some
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PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS OR LOST SAVINGS)
OR FOR LOSS OF DATA OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO YOUR USE
OF THE DEVICE WHETHER OR NOT SUCH DAMAGES ARE BASED ON TORT, WARRANTY, CONTRACT
OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY - EVEN IF PHILIPS HAS BEEN ADVISED, OR IS AWARE, OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT WILL PHILIPS CUMULATIVE LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE
(FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER) EXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU PAID FOR YOUR DEVICE.
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“This agreement will be governed by the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Device was sold and you hereby
consent to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of courts in the relevant country. If any provision of this agreement is
invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, such provision will be deemed modified to the extent necessary
to render such provision valid and enforceable and the other provisions of this agreement will remain in full
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Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the application of which is hereby expressly waived.”
BY USING YOUR DEVICE, YOU REPRESENT THAT YOU HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THESE TERMS
AND CONDITIONS OF USE AND THAT YOU ACCEPT THEM.
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technology for Windows Media (“WM-DRM”) to protect the integrity of their content (“Secure Content”) so
that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated. Your Device may also
use WM-DRM software to transfer or play Secure Content (“WM-DRM Software”). If the security of such
WM-DRM Software is compromised, Microsoft may revoke (either on its own or upon the request of the
owners of Secure Content (“Secure Content Owners”)) the WM-DRM Software’s right to acquire new licenses
to copy, store, transfer, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does not alter the WM-DRM Software’s
ability to play unprotected content. A list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your PC and/or your Device
whenever you download a license for Secure Content. Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also
download revocation lists onto your Device on behalf of Secure Content Owners, which may disable your
Device’s ability to copy, store, display, transfer, and/or play Secure Content. Secure Content Owners may also
require you to upgrade some of the WM-DRM components distributed with this Software (“WM-DRM
Upgrades”) before accessing their content. When you attempt to play Secure Content, WM-DRM Software built
by Microsoft will notify you that a WM-DRM Upgrade is required and then ask for your consent before the
WM-DRM Upgrade is downloaded. WM-DRM Software built by Philips may do the same. If you decline the
upgrade, you will not be able to access Secure Content that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade; however, you will
still be able to access unprotected content and Secure Content that does not require the upgrade. WM-DRM
features that access the Internet, such as acquiring new licenses and/or performing a required WM-DRM
Upgrade, can be switched off. When these features are switched off, you will still be able to play Secure Content
if you have a valid license for such content already stored on your Device. However, you will not be able to use
certain of the WM-DRM Software features that require Internet access such as the ability to download content
that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade. All title and intellectual property rights in and to the Secure Content is
the property of the respective Secure Content owners and may be protected by applicable copyright or other
intellectual property laws and treaties. This Agreement grants you no rights to use such Secure Content. To
summarize, if the Software contains Microsoft WM-DRM components – Secure Content you
desire to download, copy, store, display, transfer, and/or play is protected by the Microsoft
WM-DRM components of the Software. Microsoft, Secure Content Owners, or Secure Content
distributors may deny you access, or restrict your access, to Secure Content even after you have
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