Philips SA2325/37, SA2325, SA2310/37, SA2312, SA2300, SA2300/37, SA2313, SA2315/37, SA2315, SA2323 User manual

Philips SA2325/37, SA2325, SA2310/37, SA2312, SA2300, SA2300/37, SA2313, SA2315/37, SA2315, SA2323 User manual
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Contents
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Important safety information
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Your new player
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2.1
2.3
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.4
3.4.1
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
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4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.4
4.5
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5.1
*
What’s in the box
Register your product
Getting started
Overview of controls and connections
Install
Connect
Insert the battery
Read the battery level indication of your player
Transfer
Disconnect your player safely
Enjoy
Power on and off
Navigate the menu
Detail operation
Music mode
Control
Playback features
Radio*
Auto tune
Play a preset radio station and tune the station
Manual tune
Preset stations for each region
Recordings
Make recordings
Play back recordings
Upload recordings to the computer
Delete recordings
Settings
Use your player to store and carry data files
Upgrade your player
Manually verify whether your firmware is up to date
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Technical data
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Frequently asked questions
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Glossary
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FM radio is only available to some regional version.
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1 Important safety information
General maintenance
To avoid damage or malfunction:
• Do not expose the player to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct
sunlight.
• Do not drop your player or allow objects to fall on your player.
• Do not allow your player to be submerged in water. Do not expose headphone socket or
battery compartment to water, as water entering the set may cause major damage.
• Do not use any cleaning agents containing alcohol, ammonia, benzene, or abrasives as
these may harm the set.
• Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause interference.
• Backup your files. Please ensure that you retain the original files you have downloaded to
your device. Philips is not responsible for any loss of data if the product becomes damaged
or not readable / legible.
• Manage (transfer, delete, etc.) your music files only with the supplied music software to
avoid problems!
About operating and storage temperatures
• Operate in a place where temperature is always between 0 and 35ºC (32 to 95ºF)
• Store in a place where temperature is always between -20 and 45ºC (-4 to 113ºF)
• Battery life may be shortened in low temperature conditions.
Replacements parts/ accessories
Visit www.philips.com/support or www.philips.com/usasupport (for US residents) or contact
our Customer Care Helpline (the telephone number can be found on the first page of this
manual) to order replacement parts/ accessories.
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:
• Set your volume control at a low setting.
• Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, without distortion.
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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.
• Do not use headphones while operating a motorized vehicle, cycling, skateboarding, etc.; it
may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.
Important (for models supplied with headphones):
Philips guarantees compliance with the maximum sound power of its audio players as
determined by relevant regulatory bodies only with the original model of provided
headphones. In case this one needs replacement, we recommend that you contact your
retailer to order a model identical to that of the original, provided by Philips.
Copyright information
All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective companies or
organizations.
Unauthorized duplication of any recordings whether downloaded from the Internet or made
from audio CDs is a violation of copyright laws and international treaties.
The making of unauthorized copies of copy-protected material, including computer
programmes, 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.
The Windows Media and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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Data logging
Philips is committed to improving the quality of your product and enhancing the Philips user
experience. To understand the usage profile of this device, this device logs some info / data
to the non-volatile memory region of the device. These data are used to identify and detect
any failures or problems you as a user may experience while using the device. The data
stored, for example, will be the duration of playback in music mode, duration of playback in
turner mode, how many times battery low was encountered, etc. The data stored do not
reveal the content or media used on the device or the source of downloads. The data stored
on the device are retrieved and used ONLY if the user returns the device to the Philips
service centre and ONLY to simplify error detection and prevention. The data stored shall
be made available to user on user’s first request.
Disposal of your old product
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 the
product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please be informed 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 product with your
normal household waste. The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent potential
negative consequences to the environment and human health.
Modifications
Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void user authority to operate this
device.
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Notice for USA
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
Philips
SA2300, SA2305, SA2310, , SA2315,
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15
SA2320, SA2325
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Notice for Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with 21 CFR 1040.10. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference, and
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Notice for the European Union
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Union.
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2 Your new player
With your newly purchased player, you can enjoy the following:
• MP3 and WMA playback
• FM radio*
• Voice recording
2.1 What’s in the box
The following accessories are included with your player:
Player
Philips audio player
Headphones
USB extension
cable
AAA battery
SA2300
SA2305
SA2310
SA2315
SA2320
SA2325
Quick start guide
1 Install
2 Connect
3 Transfer
4 Enjoy
Quick start guide
CD-ROM containing Philips Device Manager, User
Manual and Frequently Asked Questions
2.3 Register your product
We strongly recommend that you register your product in order to gain access to free
upgrades. To register your product, please log on to www.philips.com/register or
www.philips.com/usasupport (for US residents) so that we can inform you as soon as new
updates become available.
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FM radio is only available to some regional version.
3 Getting started
3.1 Overview of controls and connections
A
B
C
A p
B
C - Vol +
D MENU/REC
E J(
H
D
I
F )K
E
J
F
G
H Display
G
I
J y / 2;
Headphones jack
Microphone
Volume down / volume up
Press to access the menu / Return
to previous menu
Start or stop voice recording
Press to return to a previous song,
press and hold to fast rewind.
In menu mode, press to navigate
through the menu.
Press to skip to the next song,
press and hold to fast forward.
In menu mode, press to navigate
through the menu.
USB connector
Dynamically display menu, options
and track information
Disable or enable the player’s
controls
Power on/off and play/pause,
confirm a menu setting
3.2 Install
Important Make sure to install the software provided in the supplied CD for music
transfer.
System requirements:
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Windows XP, ME or 2000
Pentium Class 300MHz processor or higher
128MB RAM
500MB hard disk space
Internet connection (preferable)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
USB port
1 Insert the CD supplied with your product into the CD ROM drive of your PC.
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2 Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of Philips Device
Manager.
3 If the installation program does not start automatically, browse the CD contents with
Windows Explorer and run the program by double clicking on the file ending with .exe.
Lost your CD? Don’t worry, you can download the CD contents from
www.philips.com/support or www.philips.com/usasupport (for U.S. residents).
3.3 Connect
3.3.1 Insert the battery
1 Remove the USB cap.
2 Remove the battery door
by sliding it in the
direction of arrow.
3 Insert the supplied AAA
battery into the battery
compartment.
3.3.2 Read the battery level indication of your player
The approximate power levels of your battery are indicated as follows:
Full
Two-thirds full
Half full
Low
Empty
Note When the batteries are almost empty, the low battery screen
blinks. Your
player will power down in less than 60 seconds. Your player will save all settings and unfinished recordings before it powers down.
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3.4 Transfer
Your player appears as a USB mass storage in Windows Explorer. You can organize files
and transfer music to your player during USB connection.
1 Click and highlight one or more songs to transfer between your player and your computer.
2 Use drag and drop actions to complete your transfer.
Tip To transfer music CDs to your player use software such as Musicmatch Jukebox or
Windows Media Player, rip (convert) the songs on your music CD into MP3/WMA files.
Copy the files into your digital audio player via Windows Explorer. Free versions of these
programs can be downloaded from the internet.
Tip Organize your music in folders. Your player support folder browsing so that you
can organize your music by artists and albums. You can drag and drop entire folders to
your player. Your can also store your music outside the folder, you can play this music
under the Other songs of folder menus or simply go to shuffle all to play all the musics
stored inside and outside the folders.
3.4.1 Disconnect your player safely
Exit any active application working with your player. Remove your player safely by clicking
in the task tray shown in your PC.
3.5 Enjoy
3.5.1 Power on and off
To power on, press 2; until the Philips welcome screen appears.
To power off, press and hold 2; until there is no display on the screen.
Tip Your player automatically powers down if there is no operation and no music
played for 3 minutes.
3.5.2 Navigate the menu
Your player has an intuitive menu navigation system to guide you through various settings
and operations. Use J( and )K to browse through menus. Press 2; to confirm your
selection. You can press MENU to access the menu and return to previous level.
When your player powers up, you can see the Root menu. It includes:
Music
Radio
Recordings
Settings
Play your digital music tracks
Listen to your radio presets
Play your recordings
Change the playmode, equalizer or language settings, display the player
information
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4 Detail operation
4.1 Music mode (also applicable to playback of recordings)
4.1.1 Control
You can do the following action during music playback:
To
Do this
Play / Pause music
Press 2;
Skip to next song
Press )K
Return to previous song Press J(
Fast forward
Press and hold )K
Fast rewind
Press and hold J(
Return to browsing menu Press MENU key
Increase volume
Press VOL +
Decrease volume
Press VOL From the main menu, select
to enter music mode.
You can search from the following music options:
Folder
Shuffle all
Folder
Play alphabetically the songs per folder
Other songs
Play alphabetically the songs outside folder
Play all songs randomly
Note This player does not support copy right protected (Digital Rights Management –
DRM) WMA songs bought from the Internet.
4.1.2 Playback features
Play modes
You can set your player to play songs either randomly or repeatedly.
1 Press MENU, select Settings and then select Play modes.
2 Press J( / )K to browse through the different play modes (Off, Repeat 1, Repeat all
and Shuffle & repeat).
3 Press 2; to confirm your selection.
Icon
Meaning
Off
Normal playback
Repeat 1
Play one song repeatedly
Repeat all
Play all songs repeatedly
Shuffle & repeat
Play all songs randomly and repeatedly
Note Playmodes are not available when playing recordings.
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Sound settings
You can set your player to play music with different EQ (equalizers).
1 Press MENU, select Settings, then select Sound settings.
2 Press J( / )K to select between Pop, Jazz, Rock , Classical or Off.
3 Press 2; to confirm your selection.
4.2 Radio*
From the main menu, select
to enter radio mode.
Connect the headphones
The supplied pair of headphones serves as a radio antenna. Make sure that it is properly
connected to ensure optimal reception.
Select your FM region
From the main menu, select
Region
America
Europe
Asia
> Radio settings.
Frequency range
87.5 - 108 MHz
87.5 - 108 MHz
87.5 - 108 MHz
Tuning steps
0.1 MHz
0.05 MHz
0.05 MHz
4.2.1 Auto tune
1 Select Auto tune under Radio menu
.
> The player will search for the stations with the strongest signals and automatically save them up
to 10 maximum of presets channel.
Tip Stop auto tune by pressing any key except volume key.
4.2.2 Play a preset radio station and tune the station
1 From the Radio menu
, select Presets.
2 Press J( or )K to browse and select the preset stations.
3 After you select a preset station, short press J( / )Kcan change to another preset
stations.
4 You can also tune the frequency of selected preset station by long pressing J( / )K keys,
the preset number will then go blink, short press J( or )K again to tune the frequency by
step, long press to search next nearest strongest signal. To confirm and save the signal,
press 2;, or press J( / )K to search again.
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FM radio is only available to some regional version.
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4.2.3 Manual tune
1 Manual tune under the radio menu offers you to directly tune the current / last played
preset station.
2 The current / last played preset number will go blink after you enter this menu.
3 Short press J( or )K to tune the frequency by step (0.05MHz for Europe & Asia, 0.1MHz
for USA)
4 Long press J( or )K to search the next nearest strongest signal.
5 To confirm and save the signal, press 2;, or press J( / )K to search again as step 3 or 4
above.
4.2.4 Preset stations for each region
The player is capable to store the different set of preset station for each region. After select
the region on the radio setting and save the preset station, those preset stations will be
stored only in that region.
4.3 Recordings
Your player allows you to make voice recordings and play back your recordings.
4.3.1 Make recordings
1 Press and hold REC to start voice recording.
> Your player displays the recording progress.
2 Press and hold REC again to stop voice recording
> Your player displays the saving progress. Your voice recording will be saved on your player.
(Filename format: VOICEXXX.WAV where XXX is the recording number which will be
automatically generated.)
Tip You can pause and resume a recording anytime with 2; key.
4.3.2 Play back recordings
You can find your recordings in the Recordings mode.
1 From the root menu, select
to enter the Recordings mode. Your player will play all
your recordings alphabetically and playback will start with the last recording made.
2 Press 2; to pause the recording on playback.
3 Press J( or )K to play the next or previous recordings.
4 Press and hold J( or )K to fast forward or fast rewind the current recording on
playback.
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4.3.3 Upload recordings to the computer
1 Connect your player to your computer.
2 Select your player in Windows Explorer.
> You will find a Voice folder. This folder contains the recordings.
3 Copy and paste the recordings to any desired location on the computer.
4.3.4 Delete recordings
Recordings can only be deleted on the computer.
1 Connect your player to your computer.
2 Select your player in Windows Explorer.
3 Double click the Voice folder.
4 Select the files you want to delete and press Delete on your computer keyboard.
4.4 Settings
You can set your preferences in your player to suit your needs.
1 Press MENU and select SETTINGS.
2 Press J( / )K to browse through the various options and press 2; to confirm your
selection.
3 Press MENU to exit the current settings screen.
Settings
Play mode
Sound settings
Language
Further Options
Off / Repeat 1 / Repeat all / Shuffle & repeat
Pop / Rock / Jazz / Classical / Off
English / French / German / Spanish / Dutch / Italian / Portuguese /
Polish / Swedish / Chinese Simplified / Chinese Traditional
/Japanese /Korean / Russian
Information
Radio settings
Factory settings
FW (Firmware) version / Free space
America / Asia / Europe
Restore to default factory settings
4.5 Use your player to store and carry data files
You can use your player to store and carry data files by copying data files into your player
with Windows Explorer.
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5 Update your player
Your player is controlled by an internal program called the firmware. Newer versions of the
firmware may have been released after you have purchased your player.
A software program called Philips Device Manager enables you to update the firmware on
your device if a new firmware is available on your PC.
Install Philips Device Manager from the supplied CD or download the latest version from
www.philips.com/support or www.philips.com/usasupport (for U.S. residents)
5.1 Manually verify whether your firmware is up
to date
1 Connect your player to the computer.
2 Launch Philips Device Manager from Start > Programs > Philips Digital Audio
Player > SA23XX > Philips SA23XX Device Manager.
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3 Make sure you are connected to the internet.
4 Click Update.
> Philips SA23XX Device Manager will check whether a new firmware is available on the
Internet and install it on your player.
5 When Update completed appears on the screen, click OK and disconnect the player.
> A message Updating firmware will be displayed.
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6 Technical data
Power
• Power supply: AAA alkaline battery*
Display
• Picture / Display: Mono display, 32 x 128
pixels
Sound
• Channel separation: 35dB
• Equalizer settings: Rock / Jazz / Pop /
Classical / Off
• Frequency response: 80-18000Hz
• Signal to noise ratio: > 80dB
• Output Power (RMS): 2x3mW
System Requirements
• Windows® ME, 2000 or XP
• Pentium Class 300MHz processor or
higher
• 128MB RAM
• 500MB hard disk space
• Internet connection
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
• Video display card
• Sound card
• USB port
Audio Playback
• Compression format: MP3 (8-320 kbps
and VBR; Sample rate: 8, 11.025, 16,
22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz),
WMA (64-320kbps)
• ID3-tag support: Song title and artist name
Recording
• Audio Capturing: Built-in microphone
(Mono)
Storage Media
• Built-in memory capacity:
SA230X 512MB NAND Flash +
SA231X 1GB NAND Flash +
SA232X 2GB NAND Flash +
Connectivity
• Headphone 3.5mm, USB 2.0++
Music transfer
• Drag and drop in Windows Explorer
*
Battery life vary by use and settings.
+ 1MB = 1 million bytes; available storage capacity will be less.
1GB = 1 billion bytes; available storage capacity will be less.
Full memory capacity may not be available as some memory will be reserved for the player.
Storage capacity based on 4 minutes per song and 64kbps WMA encoding.
++ Actual transfer speed may vary based on your operating system and software configuration.
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7 Frequently asked questions
If you encounter problems with your player, go through the following points listed in the
next section. Please also check out FAQs at www.philips.com/support for further help and
other troubleshooting tips.
Consult your dealer or service center if you are unable to find a solution by following these
hints.
Warning Under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will
invalidate the warranty.
My player has no power or is locked up or seems dead.
• Your battery may have gone flat. Insert a new battery before use.
• You may have failed to press and hold 2; long enough. Press and hold 2; until the Philips
welcome screen appears on display.
• Do a soft reset by re-inserting the battery.
If none of the above works, then you may have to use the Device Manager to
recover your player:
1 Launch the Philips Device Manager at Start > Programs > Philips Digital Audio
Player > SA23XX > Philips SA23XX Device Manager on your PC.
2 Connect your player to the PC.
3 Device Manger will acknowledges your player and goes into recovery mode. Follow the
instructions given by the Device Manager.
There is no music on my player after transfer.
Are your songs in MP3 or WMA format?
Other formats will not playback on the player.
The player does not respond to any key press, and subsequently hangs or freezes.
Remove and insert the battery again.
There is no sound.
Make sure your headphones are inserted all the way into the headphones jack.
My player shows .
Switch LOCK slider to unlock the key press.
The player shows
.
Connect your player to the computer. Delete unwanted files, disconnect safely and proceed
with your record again.
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Some songs do not show up or playback on the player.
• The audio file might be corrupted, try to playback the file on your PC first. If it does not
play, rip the song again.
• Songs with bit rates higher than 320kbps are not supported by the player.
• This player does not support copyright protected (DRM) WMA tracks bought from online music stores, only unprotected WMA files can be played back on this player. The song
is in a format that is not supported by the player. Only MP3, WMA are supported.
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9 Glossary
A
Album
A collection list of songs.
D
Digital Rights Management (DRM)
A technology that provides a persistent level of protection to digital content by encrypting it
with a cryptographic key. Authorized recipients (or end users) must acquire a license in
order to unlock and consume the content.
M
MP3
An audio compression format known as MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3.
P
Playlist
A list of digital media contents.
R
Root menu
The main menu that sits on top of the user interface structure tree.
S
Songs
An individual track or a discrete piece of audio content.
T
Title
The largest unit of digital media content. For CD, it may be the name of the CD.
W
WAV
A digital media file format for storing sound.
Windows Media Audio (WMA)
An audio file in Windows Media Format. The audio content of the file is encoded with one of
the Windows Media Audio codecs.
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