Philips SA6065, SA6014, SA6045/97, SA6085/37, SA6085, SA6086/37, SA6044, SA6024, SA6066, SA6045/37 User manual

Philips SA6065, SA6014, SA6045/97, SA6085/37, SA6085, SA6086/37, SA6044, SA6024, SA6066, SA6045/37 User manual
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Digital audio video player
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Contents
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2.1
2.2
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.3
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4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
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
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
Important safety information
Your new player
What’s in the box
Register your product
Getting started
Overview of controls and connections
Main menu
Install
Connect and charge
Use the supplied USB cable
Battery level indication
Transfer music and pictures
Transfer video
Enjoy
Power on and off
Navigate the menu
Lock slider
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Organize and transfer music and pictures with
Windows Media Player 11
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About Windows Media Player 11
Before installing Windows Media Player 11 (optional)
Installing Windows Media Player 11
Rolling back to a previous version of Windows Media Player
More about rolling back to a previous version of Windows Media
Player
Music and pictures transfer
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Add music and picture files to Windows Media Player Library
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Switch between music and pictures library in Windows Media Player
and your player
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Rip songs from a CD
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Buy music online
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Sync your Windows Media contents to your player
Set up your player
Switch Between Automatic and Manual Sync
Select and Prioritise What Syncs Automatically
Select files and playlists for Manual Sync
Shuffle manual sync items on your player
Copy files from your player to your computer
Manage your Windows Media Player Playlist
Create a regular Playlist
Create an Auto Playlist
Edit playlist
Transfer playlists to your player
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Contents
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
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5.1
Search for music or pictures via Windows Media Player
Delete files and playlists from Windows Media Player library
Delete files and playlists from your player
Add or change album art
Edit song information via Windows Media Player
Format your player via Windows Media Player
Detailed operation
Music mode
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5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
Controls
Find your music
Play mode
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5.2
5.3
Sound settings
Playlist on the go
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5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.7
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
5.8.3
5.9
5.9.1
5.9.2
5.9.3
5.10
5.11
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Manage your files and playlists in Windows Media Player
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Add songs to playlist on the go
Play back playlist on the go
Clear playlist on the go
Other playlists
Delete playlist from your player
Now playing
Videos
Find your Videos
Controls
Pictures
Transfer pictures from your computer to your player
Transfer pictures from your player to your computer
Find pictures on your player
Delete Media
Recordings
Play back recordings
Delete your recording
Upload your recordings to the computer
Radio
Select your FM region
Auto tune
Play a preset radio station and tune the station
Settings
Use your player to store and carry data files
Update your player
Manually verify whether your firmware is up to date
Frequently asked questions
Technical data
Glossary
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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.
Replacement parts/accessories
Visit www.philips.com/support 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.
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation.
Use or distribution of such technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license
from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
Content providers are using the digital rights management technology for Windows Media
contained in this device (“WM-DRM”) to protect the integrity of their content (“Secure
Content”) so that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not
misappropriated. This device uses WM-DRM software to play Secure Content (“WM-DRM
Software”). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in this device has been 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,
display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation may also prevent your device’s ability to
transfer, store, copy, display and/or play Secure Content which you have previously stored on
your Device. 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 device whenever you download
a license for Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC. 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, display and/or play Secure Content.
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In the event of revocation, Philips will attempt to make available software updates to restore
some or all of your device’s ability to transfer, store, access, copy, display and/or play Secure
Content. However, the ability to make such updates available does not rest solely with
Philips. Philips does not guarantee that, after revocation, such software updates will be
available. If such updates are not available, your device will not have the ability to transfer,
store, copy, display and/or play Secure Content - even Secure Content which you have
previously stored on your device.
In addition, even if such software updates are available, they may not enable your Device to
transfer, store, copy, display, and/or play Secure Content which was previously stored on
your Device. In some cases you may be able to transfer the content from the PC. In other
cases, you may have to repurchase previously obtained Secure Content.
To summarize - Microsoft, Secure Content Owners, and Secure Content distributors may
deny you access, or restrict your access, to Secure Content. They may also disable your
device’s ability to transfer, store, copy, display and/or play Secure Content even after you
have paid for and obtained it. Neither your consent nor the consent or approval of Philips is
necessary for any of them to deny, withhold or otherwise restrict your access to Secure
Content or to disable your device’s ability to transfer, store, access, copy, display, and/or play
Secure Content. Philips does not guaranty that you will be able to transfer, store, access,
copy, display, and/or play Secure Content.
The Windows Media and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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.
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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.
Notice for USA
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
Philips
SA6014 SA6015
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
SA6024 SA6025
SA6044 SA6045
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 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:
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Video (WMV) playback
MP3 and WMA playback
Picture viewing
FM radio
Voice Recording
2.1 What’s in the box
The following accessories are included with your player:
Player
Headphones
Philips GoGear audio videoplayer
Quick start guide
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Quick start guide
Guide de démarrage rapide
Guía de inicio rápido
Kurzanleitungsanleitung
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RU
USB cable
SA6014 SA6015
SA6024 SA6025
SA6044 SA6045
Handleiding voor snel gebruik
Guida di riferimento rapido
Snabbstartsinstruktioner
Быстрый запуск
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1 Install
2 Connect
and charge
3 Transfer
4 Enjoy
Quick start guide
CD-ROM containing Windows Media
Player 11, Philips Device Manager,
MediaConverter for Philips, User Manual
and Frequently Asked Questions
2.2 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/welcome so that we
can inform you as soon as new updates become available.
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3 Getting started
3.1 Overview of controls and connections
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H
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A
slider
B
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Dp
E - Vol +
F MENU
G Playlist
H y / 2;
Lock all keys except volume
keys
Reset
USB connector
Headphones jack
Control volume
Press to access the menu /
return to previous menu
Press to add songs to Playlist
on the go
Short press to play/pause
songs/videos, long press to
power on/off
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D
Navigate back one menu level
or exit a function
During songs / videos /
recordings playback, press to
go to previous songs / videos
/ recordings, or press and
hold to rewind
Navigate forward one menu
level or select a function
During songs / videos /
recordings playback, press to
go to next songs /recordings,
or press and hold to fast
forward
Scroll up in the list
Scroll down in the list
Microphone
3.2 Main menu
Menu
Video
Picture
Music
Radio
Recording
Settings
Now playing
To
Watch your videos
View your pictures
Play your digital music tracks
Listen to FM radio
Create or listen to recordings
Customize the settings of your player
Go to the play screen
3.3 Install
Important Make sure to install the software provided in the supplied CD before
connecting your player.
System requirements:
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Windows XP (SP2 or above)
Pentium III 800MHz processor or higher
256MB RAM
200MB hard disk space
Internet connection (preferable)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
CD-ROM drive
USB port
Important You need Windows XP Service Pack 2 to install and run this software.
In case you do not have this on your PC, you will be asked to install the Service Pack.
Please do install this, complete the rest ot your software installation and only then connect
your device.
This is critical to ensure the proper working of your player when connected to the PC.
1 Insert the CD supplied with your product into the CD ROM drive of your PC.
2 Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of Windows Media
Player, MediaConverter for Philips and Philips Device Manager.
3 If the installation program does not start automatically, browse the CD contents via
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.
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3.4 Connect and charge
Your player will be charged when connected to the PC.
3.4.1 Use the supplied USB cable
Connect the supplied USB cable to PC for charging and data transfer. However, your PC
must have hi-power capability in order to perform charging.
Note
Charge your player for at least 5 hours before using it for the first time.
The battery* will be fully charged (100%) in 4 hours.
The player is fully charged when the charging animation stops and
is displayed.
Your fully charged player will allow up to 15 hours* of music playback or 4 hours* of video
playback.
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Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be
replaced. Battery life and number of charge cycles vary by use and settings.
3.4.2 Battery level indication
The approximate power levels of your battery are indicated as follows:
Battery is full
Battery is two-thirds full
Battery is half full
Battery is low
Battery is 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
un-finished recordings before it powers down.
3.5 Transfer music and pictures
You can transfer music and pictures to your player using Windows Media Player. See
Organize and transfer pictures and music with Windows Media Player 11 section
of this user manual for more details.
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3.6 Transfer videos
Important If you have DRM protected videos on your PC, make sure that you play
these at least once in Windows Media Player before transferring them to your player
using MediaConverter for Philips.
Use MediaConverter for Philips to convert the video files to the correct screen
size and transfer videos from your PC to your player. This application will convert
your video files to the right format and resolution before transferring them to your player so
that they are guaranteed to playback on your player without any problems.
1 Connect your player to the PC via the supplied USB cable.
2 Start MediaConverter for Philips by clicking this icon on your desktop.
Note Video conversion and transfer is usually a long process and dependent on your PC
configuration. Please be patient while this happens.
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3 In the Convert to: option at the bottom of the screen, select Current Device, the
contents will be stored directly on the connected player.
4 Press the Add Media button to select your video files.
5 Press OPEN when you have found the video files on your PC that you want to transfer
to the player. You may also add additional video files.
OR
Select the files in Windows explorer and then drag and drop them into the
MediaConverter for Philips screen.
6 Press Convert.
Note If needed, the files will first be converted to a format that can be played on the
player.
> All the converted files will be transferred to the player.
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7 The progress of conversion and transfer is shown.
3.7 Enjoy
3.7.1 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 or
video is played for 10 minutes.
3.7.2 Navigate the menu
Your player has an intuitive menu navigation system to guide you through various settings
and operations.
To
Return to previous menu
Return to main menu
Browse through menus
Scroll through a list
Select an option
Do this
Press 1 or MENU
Press and hold MENU
Press 1 or 2
Press 3 or 4
Press 2
3.7.3 Lock slider
The player has a lock switch to prevent any accidental operation. When you slide the lock
slider to the position while the power is on,
appears on the screen and all function
keys are disabled except for - VOL + to adjust the volume. Slide the lock switch to unlock
position and the buttons function as normal.
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4 Organize and transfer music and
pictures with Windows Media
Player11
4.1 About Windows Media Player 11
While your player will work with Windows Media Player 10, we suggest that you use
Windows Media Player 11 for a more enhanced media experience, both on the computer
and on your player.
Windows Media Player 11 is an all-in-one playback and recording program that lets you
play your CDs, rip CD tracks to your hard disk, transfer media files to your player, etc. This
chapter describes the steps that you need to follow to successfully set up and transfer music
and pictures to your player. For more information, see Windows Media Player Help on your
computer or visit www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/faq/default.mspx
Important Make sure that you have installed the Windows Media Player 11
software provided in the accompanying CD for music and picture transfer.
Although Windows Media Player also lets you transfer video files from your computer
to the player, please use the MediaConverter for Philips provided in the accompanying
CD for video transfers. For more information regarding transfer of videos, see 3.6
Transfer video.
Important You must be logged on as an administrator or a member of the
Administrators group to perform the following procedures. For more information, please
visit www.microsoft.com
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4.1.1 Before installing Windows Media Player 11 (optional)
If necessary, before you install Windows Media Player 11, go to Windows Update and
install any high-priority updates that are available for your computer.
Perform the following steps if you wish to save media information and star ratings to your
media file, as well as back up your existing data:
1 In Windows Media Player 10, click Tools, and then click Options.
2 Click the Library tab, select the Maintain my star ratings as global ratings in the
media files check box.
> The user ratings for your songs will be saved in your media files rather than in your library
database file (this may take several minutes).
3 Click Tools, and then click Process media information now.
> This ensures that your ratings (and any changes that you have made to other media information)
are saved to your media files immediately.
4 Select Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Backup to backup
your existing data.
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4.1.2 Installing Windows Media Player 11
1 Insert the accompanying CD into the CD ROM drive of your computer.
Note If the installation program does not start automatically, browse the CD contents
via Windows Explorer and run the program by double clicking on the file ending with
.exe.
2 Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation of Windows Media
Player 11.
Note If the following dialog boxes appear during installation, read through the texts
before you proceed with the installation:
3 Click Validate to continue.
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4 Click I Accept to continue.
5 Select EXPRESS and click Finish.
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Note Your existing media library is currently migrating to Windows Media Player
11. This may take several minutes depending on the size of your existing media library.
6 Click on the checkboxes to select the file types that you want Windows Media Player
to play by default or click Select all and then click Finish.
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7 Click on the checkboxes to select your privacy options and then click Next to complete
the necessary settings.
4.1.3 Rolling back to a previous version of Windows Media
Player
If you encounter some problems with Windows Media Player 11, you can simply roll back
to the version that was previously on your computer.
1 Disconnect your player from your computer.
2 Select Start, and then click Control Panel.
3 In the Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs.
4 Select Windows Media Player 11, and then click Remove.
> A confirmation dialog box appears.
5 Click OK.
6 When the rollback process is completed (this may take several minutes), click Restart.
7 Select Start, and then click Control Panel.
8 In the Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs.
9 Select Windows Media Format 11 Runtime, and then click Remove.
> A confirmation dialog box appears.
10 Click OK.
> A second confirmation dialog box appears.
11 Click OK.
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12 When the rollback process is completed (this may take several minutes), click Restart.
13 Select Start, and then click Control Panel.
14 In the Control Panel, select Add or Remove Programs.
15 Select Microsoft User-Mode Driver Framework Feature Pack 1.0, and then click
Remove.
16 Follow the instructions that appear in the Software Update Removal Wizard.
17 If the Wudf01000 confirmation dialog box appears, click Yes to continue. When the
software removal process is completed (this might take several minutes), click Finish.
4.1.4 More about rolling back to a previous version of Windows
Media Player
If you roll back to a previous version of Windows Media Player, and your player becomes
undetectable by Windows or Windows Media Player, perform the following procedures:
1 Switch on your player and connect it to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
2 Right-click My Computer, and then click Manage.
3 In the left pane, click Device Manager.
4 In the right pane, click on the "+" sign beside Portable Devices.
5 Right-click GoGear SA60xx, and then click Uninstall.
6 In the confirmation dialog box, click OK to uninstall the player.
7 Disconnect your player from your computer, make sure it is still switched on, and then
connect it to your computer again.
> Windows will detect your device and automatically re-install it. Within a minute or two, GoGear
SA60xx will reappear in the Portable Devices section of Device Manager.
4.2 Music and pictures transfer
You can view and manage your music and picture files using Windows Media Player.
Important We recommend that you always use Windows Media Player to transfer
music and pictures to your player.
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4.2.1 Add music and picture files to Windows Media Player library
By default, Windows Media Player automatically loads all the music and picture files
stored in your My Music and My Pictures folders into the library. If you add new files to
these folders, they will also be automatically added to the library.
Add music and picture files that are stored elsewhere on your computer or
computer network
1 Select Start > All Programs > Windows Media Player to launch Windows Media
Player program.
2 Click the down arrow beneath the Library tab and select Add to Library ...
> Add to Library dialog box appears.
3 Click <<Advanced Options to expand the dialog box.
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4 Click Add...
> Add folder dialog box appears.
5 Select a folder in which you have kept your music or picture files and click OK.
6 Return to Add to library dialog box and click OK.
> Windows Media Player will start scanning the folder and add available music or picture files
to the library.
7 Click Close when done.
Tip Windows Media Player is configured to skip audio files that are smaller than
100KB. To include files smaller than 100KB, you can change the default settings within the
Add to library dialog box.
4.2.2 Switch between music and pictures library in Windows
Media Player and your player
To switch between music and pictures library, simply click the arrow on the top left of
Windows Media Player and select the category you want to view.
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4.2.3 Rip songs from a CD
If you want to transfer music from a CD to your player, you need to create a digital copy of
the music on your computer first. This is called ripping.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Click the down arrow beneath the Rip tab and select Format to choose the format you
want.
3 Click the down arrow beneath the Rip tab and select Bit Rate to choose the bit rate
you want.
Tip A higher bit rate produces a better sound quality, but the file size will be larger.
The recommended format for your player is 128kbps MP3 or 64kbps WMA.
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4 Insert the Audio CD into your computer's CD drive.
> All the tracks from the CD are listed. By default, Windows Media Player will start to rip all
the songs in the CD. To modify this option, click the down arrow beneath the Rip tab and select
Rip CD Automatically When Inserted > Never.
Important Make sure that you are connected to the Internet before you start ripping
so that Windows Media Player can download the album and track information from an
online music database. If your computer is not connected to the Internet, you will have to
enter the album and track information manually.
As Windows Media Player may not always identify the right song on the CD and the online
music database may not always have the correct information (especially for new album
releases or albums from lesser-known artists), you may need to manually edit or enter the
album and track information. See Edit song information via Windows Media Player.
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5 Select the songs that you want to rip by clicking on the checkboxes.
6 Click Start Rip.
> The selected tracks will be converted and added to Windows Media Player library.
4.2.4 Buy music online
If you want to buy music online, you need to select a music store.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Click the down arrow beneath the Media Guide tab and select Browse all Online
Stores.
3 Choose a store and follow the on-screen instructions.
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Note Depending on where you are and the language used, the list of stores may differ
from what is shown here.
> After you have bought a song or an album, it will appear in Windows Media Player library.
4.3 Sync your Windows Media contents to your
player
You can sync your music and pictures to your player using Windows Media Player. Simply
connect your player to your computer using the supplied USB cable, set up sync, and you will
be ready to sync your media library to the player.
When you connect your player to the computer for the first time, Windows Media Player
automatically selects the sync method (automatic or manual) that works best for your player.
Automatic: If your player has sufficient storage space (at least 4GB of free space) and your
entire media library can fit on your player, your entire media library will be automatically
copied to your player as soon as you connect it to your computer.
Manual: If your entire media library cannot fit on the player, then you will be prompted to
manually select specific files or playlists that you want to transfer to your player.
4.3.1 Set up your player
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
> If prompted, select the option to sync the device using Windows Media Player.
3 If Windows Media Player selects to sync your device automatically, click Finish.
> Your entire library will sync to your player. Thereafter, every time you connect your player to your
computer, your player will sync automatically. You can also select and prioritise what syncs
automatically (see Select and prioritise what syncs automatically).
4 If Windows Media Player selects to sync your device manually, click Finish.
> You then need to click the Sync tab and select the files and playlists you want to sync manually
(see 4.3.4 Select files and playlists for Manual Sync).
Important Do not disconnect your player while transferring is in progress. If you
disconnect your player, the transfer will not be complete and Windows might not be able
to recognize your player afterwards. To rectify this problem, perform steps 1 - 7 in
4.1.3 More about rolling back to a previous version of Windows Media Player.
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4.3.2 Switch between automatic and manual sync
After your player is set up the first time, depending on your preference, you can switch
between automatic and manual sync.
1 Click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab, select Philips GoGear SA60xx > Set Up
Sync.
2 Select or clear the Sync this device automatically check box.
4.3.3 Select and prioritise what syncs automatically
If Windows Media Player has selected to sync your device automatically, you can choose
not to sync your entire media library. You can choose what you wish to sync from existing
playlists or create new playlists. These playlists you have selected will then sync to your
player every time you connect it to your computer.
1 Click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab and select Philips GoGear SA60xx > Set
Up Sync.
> The Device Setup dialog box appears.
2 In the Available playlists pane, select the existing playlists you want to sync and then
click Add.
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3 To create a playlist, click New Auto Playlist and follow the steps on the screen to
specify criteria for files in the auto playlist (for details on how to create an auto playlist,
see 4.4.2 Create an Auto Playlist).
4 To remove a playlist, click the playlist in the list of Playlists to sync, and then click
Remove.
5 In the Playlists to sync pane, select a playlist and click the Priority arrows to arrange
them in the order that you want them to sync.
> If your player is full before sync is complete, then the files and playlists that are lower in priority
on the list will not sync.
Tip If your player has limited storage capacity, or if your media library has grown too
large to fit on your player, you can shuffle the files that are in the playlists you have
selected to sync. To do so, select the Shuffle what syncs check box. Thereafter, every
time you connect your player to the computer, the files on your player are removed and a
new set of files (from the Playlists to sync pane) are added to the device.
4.3.4 Select files and playlists for Manual Sync
If you sync manually, you must create a list of files and playlists you want to sync. You can
also shuffle which files from your playlists to sync to your player.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB
cable.
3 Click the Sync tab.
4 Drag the files and playlists that you want to sync from the Contents pane to the Sync List
pane. You can also right-click on the file or playlist and select Add to "Sync List".
Tip To switch between music and pictures library, simply click the arrow on the top
left of Windows Media Player and select the category you want to view.
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5 In the Sync List pane, verify that the items you have selected to sync will all fit on your
player. If necessary, remove items from the list.
6 To remove items, right-click on the item in the Sync List pane, and then select Remove
from List.
7 Click Start Sync button to transfer the Sync List items to your player.
> The progress is displayed on the bottom right of Windows Media Player.
Tip If the track you are trying to sync is a protected file, you will be prompted to
upgrade the security components on your computer. When this happens, play the track in
Windows Media Player and when prompted, follow the steps on the screen to upgrade
the security components. After you have upgraded your security components, sync the file
to your player again.
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8 If you wish to stop the transfer, click Stop Sync.
Tip To select multiple files, click on one file, then press and hold the CTRL key on
your computer keyboard and click the other files that you want to select.
To select consecutive files, click on the first file, then press and hold the SHIFT key on
your computer keyboard and click the last file in the list that you want to select.
To select all files, click on any file to highlight it, then press and hold CTRL + A key on
your computer keyboard.
4.3.5 Shuffle manual sync items on your player
The Shuffle Sync feature in Windows Media Player is able to detect the amount of space
in your player and load your player with a random sampling of files.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB
cable.
3 Click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab and select Shuffle "Philips GoGear
SA60xx".
4 If prompted, click Yes button to start synchronization. Otherwise synchronization starts
immediately.
> The progress is displayed on the bottom right of Windows Media Player.
5 To stop Sync, click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab and select Stop Sync to
"Philips GoGear SA60xx".
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4.3.6 Copy files from your player to your computer
Your player supports reverse sync, which lets you copy files from your player to your
computer via Windows Media Player.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB
cable.
3 Click on Philips GoGear SA60xx in the left Navigation pane.
> You can browse your player's contents in a variety of views, such as Recently Added, Artist,
Album, Songs, etc.
The contents on your player will be listed in the Contents pane.
Tip To switch between music and pictures library in your player, simply click the arrow
on the top left of Windows Media Player and select the category you want to view.
4 Navigate to the file or playlist you wish to copy from your player to your computer.
5 Right-click on the file or playlist and select Copy from Device.
4.4 Manage your Windows Media Player Playlist
Playlists allow you to mix any combination of songs or pictures you want so that you can
enjoy hours of listening or viewing. You can create regular or auto playlists containing songs,
pictures or both using Windows Media Player 11.
4.4.1 Create a regular Playlist
1 Click the down arrow beneath the Library tab and select Create Playlist.
> Untitled Playlist appears on the List pane
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2 Click on Untitled Playlist and enter a new name for the playlist.
3 To add items to your playlist, drag them from the Contents pane onto the List pane.
Your playlist can contain both songs and pictures.
Tip To switch between music and pictures library in your player, simply click the arrow
on the top left of Windows Media Player and select the category you want to view.
4 When you have finished adding items to the playlist, click Save Playlist.
4.4.2 Create an Auto Playlist
Windows Media Player can automatically generate playlists based on various criteria.
1 Click the down arrow beneath the Library tab and select Create Auto Playlist.
> A New Auto Playlist dialog box appears.
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2 Enter a name for the auto playlist.
3 Click the first green plus sign and select your first criteria from the pull-down list.
> Your criteria is listed.
4 Click on the underlined words to further define your criteria.
5 Click the second and third green plus signs to select and define more criteria for your
auto playlist.
6 Click OK button when done.
4.4.3 Edit playlist
You can edit your existing playlists at any time.
1 Click on Playlists in the left Navigation pane.
> All your playlists will be displayed in the Contents pane.
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2 Right-click on the playlist you wish to edit and select Edit in List Pane from the pop-up
menu.
> The contents in the playlist appears on the List pane.
3 To remove an item from the playlist, right-click on the item and select Remove from List.
4 To change the order of the items in the playlist, click and drag any item to a new position
within the List pane.
5 To add a new item to the playlist, select it from the library and drag it to the List pane.
6 When you have finished editing the playlist, click Save Playlist button.
4.4.4 Transfer playlists to your player
Refer to 4.3.4 Select files and playlists for Manual Sync.
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4.5 Manage your files and playlists in Windows
Media Player
4.5.1 Search for music or pictures via Windows Media Player
1 Click the Library tab.
2 To search for music files, click the arrow on the top left of Windows Media Player
and select Music. To search for picture files, select Pictures.
3 Type a few keywords of the file, such as song title, artist, etc in the search box.
> The results of your search appear in the Contents pane as you type, and are updated as you
enter each new letter of your search.
3 Keep entering keywords to fine-tune the results of your search.
4.5.2 Delete files and playlists from Windows Media Player
library
1 Click the Library tab.
2 To delete music files, click the arrow on the top left of Windows Media Player and
select Music. To delete picture files, select Pictures.
3 Navigate to the file or playlist you wish to delete.
4 Right-click on the file or playlist and select Delete.
5 Select Delete from library only or Delete from library and my computer and
click OK.
4.5.3 Delete files and playlists from your player
You can also use Windows Media Player to manage the files stored on your player. When
you connect your player to the computer, the contents on your player will be displayed in
Windows Media Player. You can then delete files or playlists, just as you would any other
files displayed in Windows Media Player.
1 Click on Philips GoGear SA60xx in the left Navigation pane.
> You can browse your player's contents in a variety of views, such as Recently Added, Artist,
Album, Songs, etc.
The contents on your player will be listed in the Contents pane.
2 To delete music files, click the arrow on the top left of Windows Media Player and
select Music. To delete picture files, select Pictures.
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3 Navigate to the file or playlist you wish to delete.
4 Right-click on the file or playlist and select Delete.
5 Click OK.
4.5.4 Add or change album art
1 Locate and store your album art (preferably in JPG format) on your computer.
2 Right-click on the album art and select Copy.
3 Go to Windows Media Player and locate the album that you wish to add or change
the album art.
4 Right-click on the album and select Paste.
> The new album art now appears on your album in Windows Media Player.
Tip You can search for album art using Google Image Search (images.google.com)
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4.5.5 Edit song information via Windows Media Player
1 Click the Library tab.
2 Navigate to the song you wish to edit.
3 Right-click on the song and select Advanced Tag Editor from the pop-up menu.
> The Advanced Tag Editor dialog box appears.
4 Select the appropriate tab and enter or edit the information.
5 Click OK to save your changes.
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4.5.6 Format your player via Windows Media Player
You can reformat the hard disk on your player to erase all data.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB
cable.
3 Click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab and select Philips GoGear SA60xx >
Format.
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5 Detailed operation
5.1 Music mode
Your player is preloaded with some songs. You can transfer your digital music and picture
collection from your computer to your player using Windows Media Player. More
information on music transfer can be found in section Organize and transfer pictures
and music with Windows Media Player in this user manual.
5.1.1 Controls
During music playback, you can do the following:
To
Play / Pause music
Skip to next song
Return to previous song
Fast forward
Fast rewind
Return to browsing menu
Increase volume
Decrease volume
Do this
Press 2;
Press 2
Press 1
Press and hold 2
Press and hold 1
Long/short press MENU
Press VOL +
Press VOL -
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5.1.2 Find your music
1
1 From the main menu, select
to enter music mode.
You can search from the following music options:
All songs
Alphabetically
listed tracks
Artists
Alphabetically
listed artists
Alphabetically
listed albums
Albums
Alphabetically
listed albums
Tracks listed in
album order
Genres
Alphabetically
listed genres
Alphabetically
listed artists
Playlists
Playlists
collections
Tracks listed in
play order
Tracks listed in
album order
Alphabetically
listed albums
Tracks listed in
album order
2 Press 3 or 4 to scroll through the list.
3 Press 2 to select or press 1 to return to previous level.
4 Press 2; to play your selection.
Tip Superplay™ allows you to playback the selected music or album immediately at
any point by pressing 2; on the selection.
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5.1.3 Play mode
You can set your player to play songs randomly (Shuffle All
) or repeatedly (Repeat
One
or Repeat All
).
1 From the main menu, select
> Play mode.
2 Press 3 or 4 to scroll up or down the options.
3 Press 2 to select an option.
While you are playing music, you can see the above active play mode screen.
Note Digital Rights Management (DRM) Information
If you have songs that have been bought online stored on your player, from time to time
you may see a message pop up “Licence problem”. This is because the license for the
song on the player may have expired and synchronizing with the computer will help to
update this license with the latest information.
5.2 Sound settings
Set your player to play songs with different EQ (equalizers) settings.
1
1 From the main menu, select
> Sound settings.
2 Press 3 or 4 to scroll through the list of options: Rock, Funk, Jazz, Classical,
HipHop, Dance, Custom, or Off. You can select one of them.
Note Custom settings allow you to specify your desired equalizer settings by adjusting
the individual settings for bass (B), low (L), mid (M), high (H) and treble (T).
3 Press 2 to select.
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5.3 Playlist on the go
Playlist on the go is a playlist that can be created on the player while on the move.
All songs will be displayed and listed in play order in the playlist. New songs are automatically
added to the end of the playlist.
5.3.1 Add songs to playlist on the go
Simply press PLAYLIST, you can add the song from the highlighted song name or during the
song playback.
5.3.2 Play back playlist on the go
1 Select
> Playlists> Playlist on the go.
2 Select your playlist and press 2;.
5.3.3 Clear playlist on the go
You can clear the playlist completely.
1 Press PLAYLIST and select Clear ‘Playlist on the go’?.
2 Select Clear to confirm clearing all the songs in the selected playlist on the go, or select
Cancel to return to the previous menu.
> A message Cleared! will be displayed.
Tip This will empty playlist on the go but will not delete those songs from your player.
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5.4 Other playlists
You can transfer playlists to the player using Windows Media Player. See section Manage
your Windows Media Player playlist - Transfer playlists in this user manual for details.
5.4.1 Delete playlist from your player
You can only delete your player's playlists (except for Playlist on the go) via Windows
Explorer.
1 Connect the player to your computer.
> Your player will be identified as Philips or Philips GoGear in Windows Explorer.
2 Go to Music (Windows Media Player 10) or Playlists (Windows Media Player 11).
3 Delete playlist.
Note Any playlist you delete will not have its associated songs removed from your
player.
5.4.2 Now playing
You can browse your music and video library or pictures while you are listening to music.
To go back to the play screen, press 1 to navigate back to the main menu and select Now
playing.
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5.5 Videos
You can play the videos that are loaded from the PC using the MediaConverter software.
5.5.1 Find your videos
1 In the root menu of your player, select
by pressing 3 or 4.
You can search from the following video options:
All videos
Alphabetically listed videos
2 Press 2 to enter the video library on your player.
1
3 Press 3 or 4 to select the video you want to watch, then press 2; or 2 to play your
selection.
Note The video will playback in landscape mode to give you a full screen viewing
experience,
Tip To better organize your videos, you can create folders for your player via
Windows Explorer.
1 Connect it to your computer.
> Your player will be identified as Philips or Philips GoGear in Windows Explorer.
2 Go to Videos folder.
3 In Windows Explorer, right click to create and name a folder in your player.
4 Drag and drop converted video files (.wmv) to the newly created folder.
5 The video folders you have just created will be displayed under the Videos menu.
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5.5.2 Controls
During video playback, you can do the following:
To
Do this
Play / pause video
Press 2;
Search forward and backward Use the 1 and 2 keys to forward and rewind within a playing
video
Go to previous / next video
Press 1 and 2 keys
Adjust volume
Use the + and - keys
Go back to previous menu
Press MENU
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5.6 Pictures
You can view your favorite pictures on your player. While you are browsing your pictures,
you can listen to music at the same time.
5.6.1 Transfer pictures from your computer to your player
You can transfer pictures from your computer to your player using Windows Media
Player. See section Organize and transfer pictures and music with Windows Media
Player 11 in this user manual for details.
5.6.2 Transfer pictures from your player to your computer
1 Connect the player to your computer.
> Your player will be identified as Philips or Philips GoGear in Windows Explorer.
2 Go to Media > Pictures (Windows Media Player 10) or Pictures (Windows Media
Player 11).
3 Drag and drop your pictures to any desired location on your computer.
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5.6.3 Find pictures on your player
Pictures on your player are organized in albums which are similar to the way they are
organized in Windows Media Player.
Fig1
Fig2
1 From the main menu, select
using 3 or 4.
You can search from the following options:
All pictures
Alphabetically listed pictures
2 Select the picture album folder you wish to view.
> You will see a thumbnail view (Fig1) of all pictures in that album folder.
3 To start a slide show, select , press 2;. If you wish to see a particular picture in its full
view, select the thumbnail, press 2; / 2, to start slide show, press 2; again.
4 When you are viewing the picture in full view, press 1 / 2 to go to previous / next
picture. To return to previous menu, press MENU.
5.7 Delete media
You can delete music, videos and pictures via Windows Explorer on your computer.
Note The delete option is also available in the menu to delete Artists, Albums, Genres
etc. This will permanently remove the entry including all content from your library. In case
this content is also contained in a playlist, the entry will continue to be contained in the
playlist and on playing back this playlist, the missing content will be skipped.
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5.8 Recordings
You can make voice recordings using your player. See sections Overview of controls and
connections for the location of recording microphone.
2
1
1 From the main menu, select
.
2 Select Start recording to start recording a voice.
> Your player will display the voice recording screen and voice recording starts automatically.
3 Press 2; to pause.
4 Press 1 to stop and save the voice recording.
> Your voice recording will be saved on your player. (Filename format: VOICEXXX.WAV where
XXX is the recording number which will be automatically generated.)
5 You can find this file under
> Recordings library.
5.8.1 Play back recordings
From the main menu, select
> Recordings library.
1 Select the recording you want to hear.
2 Press 2; to confirm.
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5.8.2 Delete your recordings
The player provides the option to delete all the recordings files of your player.
1 From the main menu, select
> Clear library.
2 Press 2; to confirm.
Your can also delete the recordings 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 your want to delete and press Delete on your computer keyboard.
5.8.3 Upload your 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.
5.9 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.
5.9.1 Select your FM region
From the main menu, select
Region
Europe
USA
Asia
> Radio settings.
Frequency range
87.5 - 108MHz
87.5 - 108MHz
87.5 - 108MHz
Tuning steps
0.05 MHz
0.1 MHz
0.1 MHz
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5.9.2 Auto tune
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1 Select Auto tune under Radio menu
.
> The player will search for the stations with the strongest signals and automatically save up to 10
preset channels.
Tip Stop auto tune by pressing any key except volume key.
5.9.3 Play a preset radio station and tune the station
1 From the Radio menu
, select Presets.
2 Press 3 or 4 to browse and select the preset stations.
3 After you select a preset station, short press 1 / 2 can change to another preset stations.
4 You can also tune the frequency of selected preset station by long pressing 3 / 4.
5 Short press 3 or 4 to move one tuning step, long press 3 or 4 to search next nearest
strongest signal.
6 The frequency bar indicates the change in frequency.
7 To confirm and save the signal, press 2;.
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5.10 Settings
The settings menu allows you to make adjustments and personal preferences on your player.
1
1 From the main menu, select
.
2 Use 3 or 4 to select an option.
3 Press 2 to go to the next level or 1 to return to previous level.
4 Press 2 to confirm your selection.
5 Press 1 to exit the Settings menu.
In the Settings menu, the following options are available:
Settings
Language
Play mode
Sound settings
Options
More options
English, French, German, Spanish, (Br)
Portuguese, Portuguese (European),
Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian,
Finnish, Hungarian, Russian, Polish,
Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese,
Japanese, Korean
Off / Repeat 1 / Repeat all / Shuffle all /
Repeat & Shuffle
Backlight
Off, Rock, Funk, Jazz, Classical, HipHop,
Dance, Custom
Always on / 10 Sec. / 20 Sec. / 30 Sec.
Brightness
5 levels
Description
Choose the language for
display on screen.
Choose the play mode option
for all / selected songs.
Choose the equalizer for best
music experience.
Choose the time for backlight
display.
Choose the contrast level to
adjust the brightness.
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Settings
Date and time
Options
More options
Set date format MM/DD/YY
DD/MM/YY
Set date
Day / Month / Year
Set time format 12-hrs / 24-hrs
Information
summary
Radio settings
Description
Set your player's date format
Enter day, month and year to
set the date in your player.
Set your player's time format
Set time
Hour / Minute / Second Enter hour, minute and second
to set the time in your player.
Show time in
header
Check box
Capacity, Free space, Firmware version
Select
frequency
region
Europe / USA / Asia
Factory settings Restore factory Restore / Cancel
settings
Enable check box to display the
time at the top of the screen.
Display information of your
player.
Choose the region in which
you operate the FM
Choose Restore to clear your
player’s current settings and
restore to default factory
settings.
5.11 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 via
Windows Explorer.
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6 Update your player
Your player is controlled by an internal program called firmware. New versions of the
firmware may be released after you have purchased your player.
A software program called Philips Device Manager will monitor the firmware status of
your player and notify you if new firmware is available. You need an Internet connection for
this.
Install Philips Device Manager from the supplied CD or download the latest version from
www.philips.com/support.
After the installation of Philips Device Manager, every time you connect your player to
your computer, Philips Device Manager will automatically connect to the Internet and
check for updates.
6.1 Manually verify whether your firmware is up
to date
Make sure your player is charged fully.
1 Connect your player to the computer.
2 Launch Philips Device Manager from Start > Programs > Philips Device
Manager.
3 Select your device.
4 Click Update.
> Philips 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.
The player will automatically restart after firmware is completely updated. Your player is now
ready to use again.
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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 skips songs.
The skipped song may be protected. You may not have sufficient rights to play the skipped
song on your player. Check the music rights with the song provider.
My player is not recognized by Windows.
Make sure your computer is running Windows XP (SP2 or higher).
My player cannot power on.
Your device battery may be out of power due to long period of non-usage. Please charge
your player.
In case of device error, connect your player to the computer and use Philips Device
Manager to restore your player.
Important All your contents will be erased from your player after completion of
repair process. After repair, simply synchronize your player again to transfer music to your
player.
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1 Reset your player first by inserting a pin or sharp object into the reset hole at the back of
the player.
2 Launch Philips Device Manager from Start > Programs > Philips Device
Manager. Select the Repair Tab.
3 While pressing the Vol + on your device, connect it to the PC.
4 Confirm Yes when you see the following screen , you can release the Vol + now.
5 Choose your device name (SA60xx) in the box.
6 After the repair is completed, click OK and continue using your player as usual.
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There is no music on my player after transfer.
If you cannot find the songs that you have transferred to your player, check the following:
• Did you transfer using Windows Media Player? Files transferred via other means will
only be recognized as data files. They will neither appear in the music library of your player
nor can the songs be played.
• Are your songs in MP3 or WMA format? Other formats will not play back on the player.
My player hangs.
1 In the unlikely event that your player hangs, do not panic. Insert a small pin or other
sharp object into the reset hole located at the back of the player. Hold until the player
shuts down. Power on again after the player has shut down.
Note The existing contents on your player will not be erased.
2 If nothing happens, recharge the battery for at least 4 hours and try to power on or reset
again. If this does not work, you might have to repair your player with Philips Device
Manager. (See Updade your player section in this user manual for details.)
My player is full and I have fewer songs on my player than I expected.
Your player has an internal memory to store songs. Check your model number to see the
actual memory size. You will be able to store more songs on your player if you use WMA
formatted songs in 64kbps+ with variable bitrate.
+Storage capacity based on 4 minutes per song and 64kbps WMA encoding.
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8 Technical data
Power
• Power supply
800mAh Li-ion internal rechargeable
battery*
• 4 hours full charge
Video playback
• Play time
4 hours*
• Compression format
WMV (30fps, 512kbps; 320 x 240 pixels)
Dimensions
93.5 x 53.2 x 12.5mm
Picture playback
• Format support
JPEG
Weight
75g
Picture / Display
• White backlight LCD 320 x 240 pixels
65K colors
Sound
• Channel separation
40dB
• Equalizer settings
Rock, Funk, Jazz, Classical, HipHop, Dance,
Custom
• Frequency response
60-18000Hz
• Signal to noise ratio
> 85dB
• Output Power (RMS)
2x3mW (16X) (European Union countries)
2x12mW (16X) (non-European Union
countries)
Audio playback
• Play time
15 hours*
• Compression format
MP3 (8-320kbps and VBR; Sample rates: 8,
11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz)
WMA (32-192kbps; Sample rates: 8,
11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz)
• ID3-tag support
Album title and artist name
Tuner / Reception / Transmission
• Tuner band
FM stereo
Storage media
• Built-in memory capacity
SA601X 1GB NAND Flash+
SA602X 2GB NAND Flash+
SA604X 4GB NAND Flash+
Connectivity
• Headphone 3.5mm, USB 2.0++
Software
• Device manager
To restore and update
• MediaConverter for Philips
Converts following formats to player:
AVI (Microsoft video I format), MPEG-1, 2,
4, DVD (*.vob), MOV, WMV, RM etc.
Needs Quicktime (for MOV) and
Windows Media Player 11 (for WMV)
installations.
• Windows Media Player 11
System requirements
• Windows® XP (SP2 or above)
• Pentium III 800MHz processor or higher
• 256MB RAM
• 200MB hard disk space or more
• Internet connection (preferable)
• Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
• CD-ROM drive
• USB port
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*
Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be
replaced. Battery life and number of charge cycles 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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9 Glossary
A
Album
A collection list of songs / pictures.
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.
G
Genres
A particular style or type of music.
M
MP3
An audio compression format known as MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3.
P
Picture
Image, picture and picture in JPEG file format.
Playlist
A list of digital media contents.
Playlist on the go
A playlist that can be created on the player by adding favorite songs, albums, artists and
genres during music playback.
R
Rip
To copy digital media content from an audio CD. Content may be converted to a different
format during a ripping process.
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.
SuperscrollTM
A Philips trademark user interface navigator feature to enhance the speed of browsing long
lists of content.
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Synchronization
The process of maintaining digital media files on a portable device based on the rules
specified by the users. This may require copying digital media files from a computer to a
device, updating information on the device or deleting files from the device.
T
Thumbnail
A small version of the main image, used for indexing and browsing.
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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PHILIPS reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement without prior
notice.
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Electronics N.V. or their respective owners
© 2007 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All rights reserved.
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