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HMP4000
Contents
1 Trademark notice
3
2 Safety and notice
4
Safety
4
Compliance
5
Copyright
6
Care of the environment
6
Warranty
7
3Basics
8
Connect
8
Switch on or off
9
Auto standby
10
Screen saver
10
Use the remote control
10
Enter text
11
4Play
13
Play from a mass storage device
13
Search for media files
14
Select play options
14
Manage files
15
Copy or move files and folders
15
Delete files and folders
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Rename files and folders
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Create music playlists
16
Create photo albums
17
5Setup
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System
18
Audio
18
Video
19
6EasyLink
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7 Update the firmware through a USB storage device
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8Troubleshooting
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9 Specification
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1 Trademark notice
®
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI
Logo 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.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent Nos: 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 6,487,535
& other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS, the Symbol, & DTS
and the Symbol together are registered trademarks & DTS 2.0+Digital Out is a
trademark of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Real RMVB logo is a trademark or a registered trademark of RealNetworks, Inc.
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2 Safety and notice
Read and understand all instructions before you use this product. If damage is
caused by failure to follow the instructions, the warranty does not apply.
Safety
This 'bolt of lightning' indicates uninsulated material within the device may cause
an electrical shock. For the safety of everyone in your household, please do not
remove the covering.
The 'exclamation mark' calls attention to features for which you should read the
enclosed literature closely to prevent operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, the device should not be
exposed to rain or moisture and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should
not be placed on the device.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, fully insert the plug. (For regions with
polarized plugs: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade to wide slot.)
• Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
• Use only power supplies listed in the user manual.
• The product shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
• Do not place any sources of danger on the product (e.g. liquid filled objects,
lighted candles).
• Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to
excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type.
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Modification of the product could result in hazardous radiation of EMC or
other unsafe operation.
Warning
••
••
••
••
••
••
Never remove the casing of this product.
Never lubricate any part of this product.
Never place this product on other electrical equipment.
Keep this product away from direct sunlight, naked flames or heat.
Ensure that you always have easy access to the power cord, plug or adaptor to disconnect the
product from the power.
Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect
device shall remain readily operable.
Compliance
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European
Community.
Class II equipment symbol:
CLASS II apparatus with double insulation, and no protective earth provided.
Any changes or modifications made to this product that are not expressly
approved by Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Note
•• The type plate is located on the bottom of the product.
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Copyright
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property
of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V or their respective owners. Philips reserves
the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier
supplies accordingly.
Care of the environment
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make the packaging
easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer)
and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if
disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations
regarding the disposal of packaging materials, and old equipment.
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and
components, which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means that
the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and
electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products
with your normal household waste. Correct disposal of your old product helps to
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.
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Warranty
•
•
•
•
Never attempt to repair the product, this could lead to the risk of injury,
damage to the product and will void your warranty.
Use the product and accessories only as intended by the manufacturer. The
caution sign printed on the back of the product indicates risk of electric
shock.
Never remove the cover of the product. Always contact Philips Customer
Support for service or repairs.
Any operation expressly prohibited in this manual, or any adjustments and
assembly procedures not recommended or authorized in this manual shall
void the warranty.
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3Basics
Connect
MAINS ~
HDMI
HDMI IN
b
a
HDMI
a HDMI connector for audio/ video output
• Connects to a high-definition TV (HDTV) through an HDMI cable
b Power connector
• Connects to power supply through the AC power cord
To connect to a TV through AV cables
AV
L
R
VIDEO
•
•
Through AV, use the supplied AV cable to connect HMP4000 to a TV.
Make sure that the plugs and sockets match in color.
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For high quality audio
OPTICAL
•
Through OPTICAL, use a fiber optical cable to connect HMP4000 to the
OPTICAL or SPDIF input connector on an audio/video system.
Switch on or off
1
2
On HMP4000, press on the remote control to switch on.
»» The power indicator lights up white.
On the TV, switch to the input connector of HMP4000:
• On the remote control of your TV, use the source button to select the
input channel of HMP4000.
AV
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
HDMI 3
Side HDMI
Side AV
SOURCE
TV
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3
To switch HMP4000 to standby mode, press
»» The power indicator lights up red.
again on the remote control.
Auto standby
From the Home screen, go to [Setup] > [System] to switch on [Automatic
Standby]
If there is no button press or media play on HMP4000 for 15 minutes, HMP4000
switches to standby mode automatically.
Screen saver
From the Home screen, go to [Setup] > [System] to switch on [Screen Saver
Delay].
If there is no button press or media play on HMP4000 for a selected time
duration, the screen saver is activated. To exit the screen saver, press any button on
the remote control.
Use the remote control
Switch HMP4000 on or to standby mode
• Press
Navigate between screens or through options
•
,
Return to the Home screen
, ,
Navigate through options
•
OK
• Confirm the option
• Back one level or exit
View options menu for media play or file navigation
• Press
OPTIONS
Control the play
•
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Start, pause, or resume the play
•
•
•
•
•
/
/
Stop the play
Skip to the previous/ next media file
/
Search backwards or forwards within current file
Press repeatedly to select a search speed
Rotate a photo
INFO
• Display the information about current file during play
•
Press repeatedly to select aspect ratio, or zoom in or out. To pan
through an enlarged photo, press
, , , .
SUBTITLE
• Access subtitle options
Remove the connected USB device safely
• Press and hold and select the option
Manage files/folders underon the connected storage devices
• Press EDIT
Enter text
With the onscreen keyboard, use the remote control to enter text.
OK
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Select input modes
• Press / on the remote control.
»» On the onscreen keyboard, current input mode is highlighted.
: English input in the upper case
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Enter text
1
2
3
12
: English input in the lower case
: symbols
On the remote control, press
select the letter or symbol.
to move to a key, press OK to
On the onscreen keyboard, select the input options by using the remote
control:
/
: Move the cursor to the left or right.
: Delete the entry before the cursor.
When the text entry is complete, select OK on the onscreen keyboard to
exit.
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4Play
On the HDTV, enjoy media play from a mass storage device, including:
• a USB mass storage device,
• an SD card, or
• an SDHC card.
Play from a mass storage device
1
Connect your mass storage device to HMP4000:
• For a USB mass storage device, connect to
• Insert an SD/ SDHC card to the SD slot.
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on HMP4000.
HDMI
HDMI
»» When the USB device is recognized by HMP4000,
on the Home screen.
changes to
»» When the SD/ SDHC card is recognized by HMP4000,
to on the Home screen.
2
changes
On the Home screen, select or .
»» Media files are sorted as follows:
[Folder]: Display all the files/ folders.
[Movies]: Display movie files.
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[Music]: Display music files.
[Photos]: Display photo files.
Folder
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Movies
Music
Photos
Select a file to start play.
Search for media files
•
In the list of files or folders, press
OPTIONS to select your options:
In [Folder]:
To display files in different views,
• Select [Thumbnails], [List], or [Preview].
To show files by media type,
• Select [All Media],[Movies],[Photos],or [Music].
In [Movies], [Music], and [Photos]:
To search for a file by keyword,
• Select[Search]. Enter the keyword on the onscreen keyboard (see
'Enter text' on page 11).
To sort files in different ways,
• Select [Sort Order].
To go to the folder view,
• Select [Go to Folder].
Select play options
1
2
During play, press
OPTIONS on the remote control.
Press
to select an option. Press OK to confirm.
For videos,
[Subtitle]: Select a subtitle language
[Audio]: Select an audio language
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[Night Mode]: (for audio encoded in Dolby Digital ): Makes loud sound level softer
and soft sound level louder so that you can enjoy videos at a low volume, without
disturbing others.
[GOTO]: Skip to the specific time, title, or chapter.
[Repeat Title]: Repeat current title.
[Repeat All]: Repeat all the flies.
[Repeat Off]: Switch off the repeat mode.
[Video Setting]: Select display options.
For music,
[Repeat Off]: Switch off the repeat mode.
[Repeat One]: Repeat current file.
[Repeat All]: Repeat all the flies.
[Shuffle Loop]: Play all the files in random order.
For photo slideshow,
[Slide Timing]: Set the time interval before one slide switches to another.
[Slide Transition]: Set the transition mode between two slides.
[Repeat Off]: Switch off the repeat mode.
[Repeat All]: Play photos in current folder repeatedly.
[Shuffle Loop]: Play photos in current folder in random order.
[Background Music]: Play a music file during the slideshow.
[Video Setting]: Select display options.
Manage files
On HMP4000, select or on the Home screen. Go to [Folder], and you can
manage files on the connected storage devices.
Folder
Movies
Music
Photos
Copy or move files and folders
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In [Folder], select a file or folder in the list of files/ folders.
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To select multiple files,
a On the remote control, press EDIT.
»» A list of options is displayed.
b Select [Multiple Select].
»» A file list is created for you to add files or folders.
c Press
2
3
4
/
to select a file or folder. Press
to confirm.
On the remote control, press EDIT.
On the pop-up list of options, select [Copy] or [Move].
Select a folder as the destination. Press
to confirm.
»» The selected files or folders are copied or moved to the destination.
Delete files and folders
1
2
Follow Step 1-3 under "Copy or move files and folders" (see 'Copy or move
files and folders' on page 15).
On the pop-up list of options, select [Delete].
»» The selected files or folders are deleted.
Rename files and folders
1
2
3
4
In [Folder], select a file or folder in the list of files/ folders.
On the remote control, press EDIT.
On the pop-up list of options, select [Rename].
On the pop-up onscreen keyboard, edit the file/ folder name (see 'Enter
text' on page 11).
Create music playlists
You can create playlists for music files you want to play together.
1
In [Folder], select music files.
a On the remote control, press EDIT.
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»» A list of options is displayed.
b Select [Multiple Select].
»» A file list is created for you to add files.
c Press
2
3
4
/
to select a file. Press
to confirm.
On the remote control, press EDIT.
On the pop-up list of options, select [Save Playlist].
Name the playlist as needed.
»» A music playlist is created.
Create photo albums
You can create photo albums for picture files.
1
In [Folder], select picture files.
a On the remote control, press EDIT.
»» A list of options is displayed.
b Select [Multiple Select].
»» A file list is created for you to add files.
c Press
2
3
4
/
to select a file. Press
to confirm.
On the remote control, press EDIT.
On the pop-up list of options, select [Save Photo Album].
Name the photo album as needed.
»» A photo album is created.
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5Setup
You can change the setup options of HMP4000.
1
2
On the Home screen, select [Setup].
• If necessary, press on the remote control to go to the Home screen.
»» The setup menu is displayed.
Press
• Press
to select an option. Press OK to confirm the option.
to return to the upper-level menu.
System
[Menu Language]: Select the language for onscreen menus.
[Subtitle]: Select the subtitle language for videos.
[Screen Saver Delay]: Enable the screen saver when HMP4000 is in the idle
mode for a selected time span, for example, in pause or stop mode. To exit
the screen saver mode, press any key.
[Automatic Standby]: Switch HMP4000 to standby mode when there is no
button press or media play on HMP4000 for 15 minutes.
[Request to Resume Play]: Allow you to select whether to resume video
play from the last stop position.
[Reset Factory Defaults]: Restore factory settings.
Audio
[HDMI Audio Mode]: Select audio output for the HDMI connector.
[Optical output]: Select audio output for the OPTICAL connector
[Lip Sync]: Synchronize audio with video play.
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Video
[Aspect Ratio]: Select display aspect ratio.
[TV System]: Select the video resolution that your TV supports. See your TV
manual for details.
[Video Zoom]: Zoom in or out video scenes.
*[1080P 24Hz]: Use 1080p 24 Hz for video output, where 1080p 24 Hz
denotes the resolution and frame rate.
[Deep Color]: Display colors with more shades and hues when the video
content is recorded in Deep Color mode and the TV supports this feature.
Note
•• *If the video resolution is incompatible with your TV, you can see a blank screen. To recover the
display, wait for 10 seconds.
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6EasyLink
HMP4000 supports Philips EasyLink which uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer
Electronics Control) protocol. You can use a single remote control to control
EasyLink compliant devices that are connected through HDMI.
1
2
3
4
Through HDMI, connect HMP4000 to a TV compliant with the HDMI CEC
protocol.
On the TV, switch on the functions to allow HDMI CEC operations (Consult
the user manual of the TV).
On HMP4000, switch on [Easy Link].
• On the Home screen, select [Setup] > [Easy Link]. Select [On].
In [Easy Link], you can select the following options:
[One Touch Play]
When you start play on HMP4000, the TV switches to the HDMI input channel
automatically.
[One Touch Standby]
When you switch the TV to the standby mode, HMP4000 switches to the
standby mode automatically.
[Auto Power On From TV]
When you switch to the input channel of HMP4000 on the TV, HMP4000 can
switch on automatically from the standby mode.
Note
•• Philips does not guarantee 100% interoperability with all HDMI CEC devices.
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7 Update the firmware through
a USB storage device
Before you update the firmware, check current the firmware version of HMP4000.
On the Home screen, go to [Setup] > [Software Upgrade] > [Version Info].
1
On your computer, do the following:
a Go to www.philips.com/support to find the latest firmware.
b Search for your model and click on "Software and drivers".
c Download the firmware update and save the file to the root
directory of a USB storage device.
2
On HMP4000, do the following:
a Connect the USB storage device.
b On the Home screen, select [Setup] > [Software Upgrade]> [USB
upgrade].
»» If a firmware update is detected, you are prompted to start the
update.
3
Follow onscreen instructions to complete the update.
»» When the update is complete, HMP4000 switches off automatically, and
then switches on again.
Caution
•• Keep HMP4000 powered on and the storage device mounted before the firmware update is
complete.
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8Troubleshooting
If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the model and serial number of this
player. The model number and serial number are at the bottom of this player.
Write the numbers here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
No picture.
• Refer to the TV user manual for how to select the correct video input
channel
The contents of the USB storage device cannot be read.
• The format of this USB storage device is not supported.
• The supported memory size is 1TB maximum.
• Make sure that this player supports these files. (Refer to "Specifications" >
"Playable media") .
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9Specification
Note
•• Specification and design are subject to change without notice.
Power
• Input: 100-240V~ 50/60Hz, 15W
• Power consumption: < 15 W
• Power consumption in standby mode: < 0.5 W
Supported formats:
• Video: MPEG 1/2/4(MPEG 4 Part 2), H.264, VC-1, WMV9, Xvid, MKV,
RMVB 8/9/10, RM, MPG, AVI, TS, M2TS, TP, IFO, ISO, VOB, DAT, MP4,
MPEG, MOV (MPEG 4, H.264), ASF, FLV(640 x 480)
• Audio: Dolby digital, DTS, MPEG Audio, AAC, RA, OGG, MKA, ADPCM,
AC3, WMA (V9), MP3, PCM, LPCM
• Picture: .JPEG, JPG, BMP, PNG, GIF (unanimated GIF), TIF, TIFF,HD-JPEG
HDD & USB support
• Compatibility: Hi-Speed USB (2.0)
• NTFS, FAT32, FAT, EXT-3, HFS+
• USB MTP support, USB PTP support, USB MSC support
Subtitle support
• .srt, .sub, .smi, .ssa, .idx+.sub
Video
• HDMI output: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 1080p24
• Composite video output: 1 Vpp ~ 75 ohm
Audio
• HDMI output
• Optical output
• Analog stereo output
• Signal to noise ratio (1 kHz): > 90 dB (A-weighted)
• Dynamic Range (1 kHz): > 80 dB (A-weighted)
• Frequency response: +/-0.2 dB
Main Unit
• Dimensions (L x W x H): 160 x 91 x 54.1 mm
• Net Weight: 0.25 Kg
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If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short notice like this when it
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How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
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To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the
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You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or your school, if any,
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