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Philips Fidelio Fidelio Wireless music system DCW8010
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DCW8010
User manual
Contents
1 Important
Safety
Notice
2 Your wireless music system with
AirPlay
Introduction
What's in the box
What else you need
Overview of the main unit
Overview of the remote control
3 Before use
Connect the FM antenna
Connect power
Install/replace the remote control
batteries
4 Get started
Turn on
Switch modes
Set the clock
5 Connect to your home Wi-Fi
network
Method 1: Use iOS 5 Wi-Fi network
login sharing
Method 2: Connect to a WPS router
Method 3: Connect to a non-WPS
router
6 Stream audio by AirPlay
Stream audio from your iTunes music
library
Control play
Use advanced sound settings
7 Use the dock
Compatible iPod/iPhone/iPad models
Enjoy audio through the dock
Charge your iPod/iPhone/iPad
Undock your iPod/iPhone
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8 Listen to FM radio
Tune to an FM radio station
Program radio stations automatically
Program radio stations manually
Tune to a preset radio station
Display RDS information
9 Play
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Play a disc
Play from a USB storage device
Control play
10 Other features
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Set alarm timer
Set sleep timer
Listen to an external audio device
Listen through headphone
11 Adjust sound
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Adjust volume level
Mute sound
Adjust default sound settings
12 Adjust system settings
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14 Product information
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USB playability information
Supported MP3 disc formats
RDS program types
15 Troubleshooting
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1 Important
i Only use this product indoors. Do
not expose the product to dripping /
splashing water, rain or high humidity.
j Keep this product away from direct
Safety
Information for Europe:
Know these safety symbols
k Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other electrical equipment (including
l Do not place any other electrical
equipment on the product.
m Do not place any sources of danger
on the product (e.g. objects containing
n This product may include batteries. Please
refer to safety and disposal instructions
for batteries in this user manual.
The 'exclamation mark' calls attention to
features for which you should carefully read the
supplied literature to prevent operating and
maintenance problems.
The 'lightening bolt' symbol indicates
uninsulated components within the product
that can cause an electric shock.
not expose the product to rain or moisture and
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a Read these instructions.
b Keep these instructions.
o Where the mains plug or an appliance
coupler is used as the disconnect device,
the disconnect device shall remain readily
operable.
Warning
( Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
( Never lubricate any part of this apparatus.
( Never place this apparatus on other electrical
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( Ensure that you always have easy access to the power
the power.
c Heed all warnings.
d Follow all instructions.
e Do not use this product near water.
f Clean only with dry cloth.
g Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
h Do not remove the casing of this product.
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Risk of overheating! Never install this apparatus
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at least four inches around this apparatus for
ventilation. Ensure curtains or other objects
never cover the ventilation slots on this
apparatus.
Hearing safety
Listen at a moderate volume.
( Using headphones at a high volume can
impair your hearing. This product can
produce sounds in decibel ranges that may
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
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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
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distortion.
Listen for reasonable periods of time:
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hearing loss.
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and take appropriate breaks.
Notice
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device that are not expressly approved by
Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s
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Compliance
This product complies with the radio
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The device can be operated in the EU without
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outdoors in France in the whole of the band
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the 1999/5/EC directive.
This apparatus includes this label:
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.
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Class II equipment symbol:
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no protective earth provided.
Care of the environment
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted.
We have tried to make the packaging easy to
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polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene
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Your system consists of materials which can
be recycled and reused if disassembled by
a specialized company. Please observe the
local regulations regarding the disposal of
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Information about the use of batteries:
Your product is designed and manufactured
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which can be recycled and reused.
Caution
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When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means that the product is
covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. Correct disposal of
your old product helps to prevent potential
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human health.
Your product contains batteries covered by
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cannot be disposed with normal household
waste.Please inform yourself about the local
rules on separate collection of batteries
because correct disposal helps to prevent
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and human health.
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Do not mix new and used batteries. Do not mix
different brands of batteries. Observe correct polarity.
Remove batteries from products that are not in use for
a longer period of time. Store batteries in a dry place.
Risk of injury: Wear gloves when handling leaking
batteries. Keep batteries out of reach of children and
pets.
Risk of explosion: Do not short circuit batteries. Do
not expose batteries to excessive heat. Do not throw
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batteries. Do not recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
Risk of swallowing batteries: The product/remote
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swallowed. Keep the battery out of reach of children
at all times!
Trademark notice
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mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Copyright
The making of unauthorized copies of copy
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purposes.
2012 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
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notice. Trademarks are the property of
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V or their
respective owners. Philips reserves the right
to change products at any time without being
obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
Note
( The type plate is located on the back of the system.
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2 Your wireless
music system
with AirPlay
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at www.philips.com/welcome.
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model and serial number of this product. The
model number and serial number are on the
back of the main unit. Write the numbers here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
Introduction
With this system, you can:
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( stream audio from an iTunes music library
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You can enrich sound output with these sound
effects:
( Digital sound control (DSC)
( Dynamic bass boost (DBB)
( Full sound control
Playable media:
( Discs
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Compatible iTunes host devices for AirPlay:
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( the following iPod/iPhone/iPad models with
iOS 4.3 or later
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What's in the box
Check and identify the contents of your
package:
( Main unit
( Remote control and two AAA batteries
( FM antenna
( Wi-Fi antenna
( AC power adaptor
( CD-ROM (for user manual)
( Quick start guide
What else you need
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iOS 4.3 (or later) or a Wi-Fi enabled PC/
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Overview of the main unit
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a
( Turn on the system.
( Switch the system to eco power
standby mode or normal standby
mode.
b SOURCE
( Press repeatedly to select a source.
c
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( Stop the play of music.
( Access the playlist of a docked iPod/
iPhone.
e Disc compartment
f
( Press to eject the disc from the disc
compartment.
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WIFI SETUP for
more than 3 seconds to reset Wi-Fi
settings.
n
( Connect to a USB storage device.
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( Connect to a headphone with 3.5-mm
connector.
p DC IN
( Connect to the AC power adaptor.
q Wi-Fi antenna
( Fix the Wi-Fi antenna to the main unit
for better emission and reception of
Wi-Fi signals.
r FM ANT
( Connect to the FM antenna.
/
( Skip to the previous or next track.
( Press and hold to search within a track.
( Tune to a radio station.
h VOL+/VOL( Increase or decrease the volume level.
i Dock for iPod/iPhone/iPad
( Connect to a compatible iPod/iPhone/
iPad.
j IR sensor
( Receive infrared signals from the
remote control.
k VFD screen
l MP3-LINK
( Connect to the audio output socket
(usually the headphone socket) of an
external device.
m WIFI SETUP
( Press to activate the setup of
connection to a non-WPS router or an
iPod touch/iPhone/iPad with iOS 5.X.
( Press to activate the setup of
connection to a WPS router.
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c CD
( Switch the source to disc.
Overview of the remote
control
d PRESET/ALBUM /
( Skip to the previous or next album.
( Select a preset radio station.
( Navigate through iPod/iPhone playlist.
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( Skip to the previous or next track.
( Press and hold to search within a track.
( Tune to a radio station.
f USB
( Switch the source to USB storage
device.
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g RDS/DISPLAY
( Synchronize the clock with an RDS
radio station that transmits time signals.
( Display the current status or media
information.
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( Mute or restore volume.
i PROG/CLOCK
( Program radio stations.
( Set the clock.
j SLEEP /SNOOZE
( Set the sleep timer or alarm timer.
k SOUND
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l SETTINGS
( Access the menu of system settings.
a
( Turn on the system.
( Switch the system to eco power
standby mode or normal standby
mode.
b AirPlay
( Switch the source to audio input that
is streamed from your iTunes library
by AirPlay.
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m REPEAT/SHUFFLE
( Select a play mode.
n Numeric keypad
o VOL +/( Increase or decrease the volume level.
p
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( Stop the play of music.
( Access the playlist of iPod/iPhone.
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/ DOCKING
( Switch the source to the audio input
that is transferred through the dock.
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s TUNER/MP3-LINK
( Switch the source between FM tuner
or the audio input that is transferred
through the MP3-LINK socket.
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3 Before use
Connect the FM antenna
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This product does not support MW (medium wave)
radio reception.
Connect the AC power adaptor to
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( the wall outlet.
Install/replace the remote
control batteries
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Connect the FM antenna to the FM ANT
socket on the back panel.
Connect power
Caution
( Risk of product damage! Make sure that the power
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supply voltage matches the voltage printed on the back
of the main unit.
Risk of electric shock! When you unplug the AC power
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that you have completed all the other connections.
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Open the battery compartment.
2
Insert 2 AAA batteries with correct
polarity (+/-) as indicated.
3
Close the battery compartment.
Note
( Before you press any function button on the remote
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control instead of the main unit.
If you do not use the remote control in a coming long
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at the IR sensor on the front of the main unit.
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4 Get started
Caution
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CLOCK to activate the clock setting.
» 24HOUR (24-hour time format) blinks.
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Press
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to select 24HOURor
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press PROG/CLOCK
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» The hour digits blink.
( Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.
» If you select 12HOUR as the time
PM or AM is displayed.
Turn on
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switches on automatically.
Wait for successful boot-up of the unit.
» The boot-up takes up to 35 seconds.
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the middle of the WIFI SETUP button
blinks yellow.
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LED indicator stays solid yellow.
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Press
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repeatedly to set the
hour digits.
( You can enter the digits with the
numeric keypad.
4
Press PROG/CLOCK
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» The minute digits blink.
5
Press
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minute digits.
6
Press PROG/CLOCK
setting.
» The set clock is displayed.
repeatedly to set the
Tip
( You can also synchronize the system clock with an
Switch modes
Manually switch the modes:
( Press and hold to switch this system to
eco power standby mode.
( Press to switch this system
( from working mode to normal standby
( from eco power standby mode to
working mode.
Set the clock
Note
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the system exits clock setting without saving earlier
operations.
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RDS radio station that transmits time signals. (Refer to
"Listen to FM radio" > "Display RDS information" >
"Synchronize clock with RDS")
5 Connect to
your home WiFi network
Before you connect this system to you home
Wi-Fi network, make sure that:
( your Wi-Fi router is powered on and
working properly.
( this system has been powered on and
booted up successfully (see 'Turn on' on
page 16).
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remember your home Wi-Fi settings. Whenever
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you can enjoy music streamed by AirPlay.
Method 1: Use iOS 5 Wi-Fi
network login sharing
To connect this system to your existing home
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Wi-Fi settings to it.
Choose your best setup method based on the
preconditions listed below.
1
Connect your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad to
your home Wi-Fi network.
2
Dock your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad to the
system (see 'Enjoy audio through the dock'
on page 28).
3
Press WIFI SETUP on the top panel.
» The following dialog box is displayed.
Precondition
You have an iPod
touch/iPhone/iPad
upgraded to iOS
5.0 or later.
Setup method
Method 1
(recommended)(see
‘Method 1: Use iOS 5 WiFI network login sharing’
on page 17)
Your Wi-Fi router is Method 2 (see ‘Method 2:
enabled with WPS Connect to a WPS
router’ on page 18)
(Wi-Fi Protected
Setup) and supports
PBC (Push Button
Connection).
Method 3 (see 'Method
You have a Wi-Fi
enabled device with 3: Connect to a non-WPS
H
" router' on page 19)
such as an iPod
touch/iPhone/iPad
or a Wi-Fi enabled
PC/Mac.
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Method 2: Connect to a WPS
router
1
Press the WPS button on your home Wi-Fi
router.
WPS
2
4
Tap ALLOW (allow) to share your Wi-Fi
settings with this system.
5
Wait less than 1 minute until the light stops
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‚WIFI SETUP on
the top panel.
WIFI SETUP
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check the IP address of this system (see ‘Adjust system
settings’ on page 37). If the IP address is displayed as
"0.0.0.0" or "192.168.1.1Œ
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» The LED indicator in the middle of
WIFI SETUP button blinks yellow and
green alternately.
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the speaker beeps.
» The system is connected to your home
Wi-Fi network successfully.
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Tip
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Change the internal Wi-Fi settings of this
system based on the settings that you
wrote down on paper at step 1 (see
‘Change the internal Wi-Fi settings of this
system’ on page 23).
6
Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device back
to your existing home Wi-Fi settings (see
‘Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device back to
your existing home Wi-Fi setting’ on page
24).
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WPS
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button for Wi-Fi connection or enable the WPS PBC
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Method 3: Connect to a nonWPS router
To connect this system to a non-WPS Wi-Fi
router with a PC/Mac or iOS 4.3 iPod touch/
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Wi-Fi settings.
Follow the steps below to complete the
connection.
1
Collect settings of your home Wi-Fi
router and write down on paper for use
(see 'Collect settings of your home Wi-Fi
router' on page 19).
2
Make sure this system is in Assisted Wi-Fi
Setup mode (the light in the middle of
WIFI SETUP button stays solid yellow). If
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Setup mode (see 'Switch this system to
Assisted Wi-Fi Setup mode' on page 20).
» A new Wi-Fi network is created by this
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3
Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device to the
created new Wi-Fi network temporarily
(see 'Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device
to the newly created Wi-Fi network' on
page 20).
4
Open the built-in web page of this system
with the internet browser of your Wi-Fi
enabled device (see ‘Open the built-in web
page of this system’ on page 22).
Collect settings of your home Wi-Fi
router
Note
( Always consult the user manual of your home Wi-Fi
router for detailed instructions.
1
Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device to
your existing home Wi-Fi network.
2
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Apple Safari or Microsoft Internet
Explorer) on your Wi-Fi enabled device.
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home Wi-Fi router.
4
Find the Wi-Fi settings tab and write down
the following information on paper:
A Network name (SSID)
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WPA or WPA2 if enabled)
C Wi-Fi password (if Wi-Fi security is
enabled)
D DHCP mode (enabled or disabled)
E Static IP address settings (if DHCP
mode is disabled)
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Switch this system to Assisted Wi-Fi
Setup mode
1
Select Settings (Settings) -> Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi)
on your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad.
2
Select Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX from
the list of available networks.
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sure that the system has been booted up successfully
(see 'Turn on' on page 16).
Press WIFI SETUP on the top panel.
» The LED indicator in the middle of
WIFI SETUP button stays solid yellow.
» A new Wi-Fi network is created
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name (SSID) of Philips DCW8010
XXXXXX.
» It takes up to 45 seconds for successful
creation of this new Wi-Fi network.
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this new Wi-Fi network disappears.
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successful boot-up.
Make sure that no other Philips AirPlay-enabled devices
are in Assisted Wi-Fi Setup mode at the same time.
Multiple new Wi-Fi networks created this way may
interfere with each other.
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hold WIFI SETUP for more than 3 seconds to reset
Wi-Fi settings. Then follow the previous steps to change
your network settings.
Connect your Wi-Fi enabled device to
the newly created Wi-Fi network
The new Wi-Fi network created by this system
only allows access of one Wi-Fi enabled device.
To avoid interference from any other Wi-Fi
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disable the Wi-Fi function on your other Wi-Fi
devices.
Option 1: Use your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad
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Wait until successful Wi-Fi connection on
your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad.
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is displayed at the upper left corner
of your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad.
3
Select Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX from
the list of available networks.
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scan the available Wi-Fi networks again.
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Option 2: Use your Wi-Fi enabled PC/Mac
Note
( See the user manual of your PC/Mac for how to
connect your PC/Mac to a Wi-Fi network.
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Wait until successful Wi-Fi connection on
your PC/Mac.
network cable to your PC/Mac.
1
2
Open the Wi-Fi setup tool or control
panel on your PC/Mac.
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Scan the available Wi-Fi networks.
Tip
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scan the available Wi-Fi networks again.
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Open the built-in web page of this
system
1
2
Launch Apple Safari browser or any other
internet browser on your Wi-Fi enabled
device.
If you use Safari on your Wi-Fi enabled PC/
Mac, you can also select 'Philips DCW8010
XXXXXX' from the Bonjour pull-down list to
1
Click -> Preferences (Preferences).
» The menu for preferential settings is
displayed.
2
In the BookmarksX>Z
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Include Bonjour (Include Bonjour) for
Bookmarks bar (Bookmarks bar).
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Select 'Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX'
from the Bonjour pull-down list shown at
the bookmarks bar.
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Type in 192.168.1.1 at the browser
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displayed.
192.168.1.1
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Change the internal Wi-Fi settings of
this system
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you can change the internal Wi-Fi settings for
connection of this system to your existing home
Wi-Fi network.
Note
( If the LED indicator in the middle of WIFI SETUP
(
Note
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Wi-Fi connection has failed. Reboot your Wi-Fi router
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is connected to your Wi-Fi network. If the problem
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disappears.
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page match your home Wi-Fi network settings that you
wrote down on paper.
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system in Advanced settings(Advanced settings) ->
AirPlay Device Name (AirPlay Device Name) on
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distinguish this system from other Philips AirPlayenabled devices in your house.
If you want to enter the network name (SSID)
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go to Advanced settings(Advanced settings) ->
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hold WIFI SETUP for more than 3 seconds to reset the
Wi-Fi setting. Then follow the previous steps to change
your network settings.
Follow the on-screen instructions to
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middle of WIFI SETUP button stops
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main unit beeps.
» This system is connected to your
existing home Wi-Fi network
successfully.
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Restore your Wi-Fi enabled device back
to your existing home Wi-Fi setting
2
Select your network name (SSID) from the
list of available wireless networks.
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4
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Note
( Make sure that the settings at steps 2 to 3 below match
your home Wi-Fi network settings you wrote on paper.
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Select Settings (Settings) -> Wi-Fi(Wi-Fi)
on your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad.
( Or open the list of available Wi-Fi
networks on your PC/Mac.
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Wait until successful Wi-Fi connection to
your home Wi-Fi network.
6 Stream audio by
AirPlay
3
Select Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX (or
user customized name) from the AirPlay
list.
Stream audio from your
iTunes music library
Note
( Make sure that your iTunes host device is connected
(
to the same Wi-Fi network as this system. Your iTunes
device can be an iPod touch/iPhone/iPad installed with
iOS 4.3 (or later) or a Wi-Fi enabled PC/Mac installed
with iTunes 10 (or later).
For iPhone 4S users: To ensure optimal performance
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5.1 or later.
Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX
Stream from your iPod touch/iPhone/
iPad
1
Launch the iPod (iPod) or Music (Music)
application on your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad.
2
Tap on the AirPlay icon.
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4
!&
» ,
!
this system.
Stream from your PC/Mac
1
Launch iTunes 10 (or a later version) on
your PC/Mac.
2
Click the AirPlay icon on the window.
3
Select Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX (or
user customized name) from the AirPlay
list.
4
!&
» ,
!
this system.
Note
( H!
the following on your iPod touch/iPhone/iPad:
( (1) Disconnect and then re-connect to the same Wi-Fi
(
(
26
router again;
(2) Close all applications running at the background;
(3) Power off and then power on your iPod touch/
iPhone/iPad again.
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Tip
Use advanced sound settings
( When you stream audio from your iTunes music library
(
<@Qq!
,<!}
enabled devices (if available) at step 3 to stream music
to all of them at the same time.
H!%
,<!
icon may be instead of .
Control play
You can select different play options from either
your iTunes host device or this system.
Note
If your iTunes host device is an iPod touch/
iPhone/iPad:
For advanced sound settings and additional
!!<
Q<Q
iPad to download the Philips SoundStudio
application from Apple App Store. It is a free
application from Philips.
If your iTunes host device is a Wi-Fi enabled
PC/Mac:
~%
!
$‘%"
!
View (View) -> Show Equalizer (Show
?$‘Z&
( Make sure that you have successfully streamed audio
from your iTunes music library to this system.
(
(
(
(
(
! .
%=
/
.
#
%VOL +/repeatedly.
% .
"
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press AirPlay.
Tip
( See the iTunes help documentation for more details.
Tip
( H!
<@Qq
!
!
Allow iTunes audio control from remote speakers
(Allow iTunes audio control from remote speakers)
in Edit (Edit)for Windows or iTunes for Mac ->
Preferences(Preferences) -> Devices (Devices).
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7 Use the dock
2
Push the dock tray to eject it.
3
Connect your iPod/iPhone/iPad to the
dock.
4
Play a track on your iPod/iPhone/iPad.
You can enjoy audio from iPod/iPhone through
this system.
Note
( No audio output from the headphone socket in this
situation.
Compatible iPod/iPhone/iPad
models
!
<<
and iPad models.
( iPad 2 and iPad
( <<<„
<„
( <
X‚
J
generations)
( <XJ
…
K
generations)
Buttons
Enjoy audio through the dock
Note
( The peak current through the dock connector is limited
‚,<Q<J‚,<Q
iPad 2. To avoid damage to your iPod/iPhone/iPad and
!
!!<Q<Q<
indicated.
1
Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch the
source to iPod_iPhone_iPad.
( You can also press DOCKING to
switch the source.
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MENU/
/
/
Functions
!&
Access the playlist of iPod/iPhone.
Navigate through the playlist of
iPod/iPhone.
Skip to the previous/next track.
Press and hold to rewind or
search forward fast.
Charge your iPod/iPhone/iPad
Once the iPod/iPhone/iPad is docked and
‘
&
Undock your iPod/iPhone
Note
( Risk of damage to the dock or your iPod/iPhone: Do
not twist or shake your iPod/iPhone/iPad.
1
2
Pull the iPod/iPhone/iPad out of the dock.
Push the dock tray inwards until you hear a
"click" to store it.
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8 Listen to FM
radio
Program radio stations
manually
Note
( You can program a maximum of 20 preset radio
stations.
Tune to an FM radio station
Note
( Make sure that you have connected and fully extended
the FM antenna.
1
2
Press SOURCE or TUNER/MP3-LINK
repeatedly to switch the source to FM
tuner.
» FM
$!
displayed.
Press and hold
/
until SEARCH +
or SEARCH - (Searching) is displayed.
» The FM tuner tunes to a station with
strong reception.
( $! /
repeatedly
$!!&
Program radio stations
automatically
Note
( You can program a maximum of 20 preset radio
stations.
Press and hold PROG/CLOCK until AUTO
SRH (automatic search) is displayed.
» All available stations are programmed
in the order of waveband reception
strength.
» broadcast automatically.
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( %
$"&
1
2
Tune to a radio station.
3
Press / $
"‚
J
and then press PROG/CLOCK
&
» $"
$!
displayed.
4
Repeat steps 1-3 to program more
stations.
Press PROG/CLOCK to activate
programming.
» PXXX’’
$
number) blinks.
Tune to a preset radio station
(
(
Press / $
number of that preset radio station.
?
$"
keypad.
Display RDS information
RDS (Radio Data System) is a service
that allows FM stations to show additional
information.
1
2
Tune to an RDS radio station.
Press DISPLAY/RDS repeatedly to scroll
through available information:
( Station name
( Program type such as NEWSXZ
SPORTX
ZPOP M (pop music)...
( Text messages
( RDS clock
( ~$!
Synchronize clock with RDS
You can synchronize system clock with an RDS
radio station.
1
Tune to an RDS radio station that
transmits time signals.
2
Press and hold DISPLAY/RDS until CT
SYNC is displayed.
» The system reads RDS time
automatically.
» H
%NO CT is
displayed.
Note
( The accuracy of the clock depends on the RDS radio
station.
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9 Play
(
HDD: hard disc drive (This product can
detect only a portable HDD with USB
power peak current no more than 500 mA.)
Note
Play a disc
( Philips does not guarantee compatibility with all USB
storage devices.
( ˆ~Xˆ!~!
Z!
Caution
supported.
( Never insert any object other than a disc of 12-cm
diameter into the disc compartment.
1
2
Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch the
source to DISC.
( You can also press CD to switch the
source.
Insert a disc into the disc compartment
with the printed side facing you.
» Play starts automatically after a few
seconds.
( H!
!
Press
to start play.
Play from a USB storage
device
!
!&&
are copied onto a supported USB storage
device:
( Flash drive
( Memory card reader
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1
Connect the USB storage device to the
socket.
2
Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch the
source to USB.
( You can also press USB to switch the
source.
» Play starts automatically.
If play does not start automatically,
1
2
3
Press
/
to select a folder.
Press
/
&
Press
to start play.
Control play
!
"
!&
Buttons
/
/
REPEAT/SHUFFLE
Functions
Pause or resume play.
Stop play.
Skip to the previous or next track.
Press and hold to rewind a track or search forward fast within a track.
Skip to the previous or next album when one or more album exit.
Enter the number of a track to play it.
Select an available play mode.
( RPT 1: repeat the current track
( RPT ALL: repeat all tracks
( SHUFFLE: (press and hold to) play tracks randomly
( NORMALV!
$
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( SLEEP/SNOOZE until ALM STOP is
displayed.
10 Other features
Tip
Set alarm timer
( you can set the hour/minute digits by the numeric
keypad.
You can use this system as an alarm clock.
Note
Set sleep timer
( Make sure that you have set the clock correctly.
1
H
"!
SLEEP/SNOOZE until DISC blinks.
2
Press
/
alarm source.
3
Press SLEEP/SNOOZE
&
» The hour digits blink.
4
Press
/
repeatedly to set
SLEEP/
SNOOZE
&
» The minute digits blink.
5
repeatedly to select an
Press
/
and then press SLEEP/SNOOZE to
&
» A (alarm) and the current time is
displayed.
( SLEEP/
SNOOZE in normal standby mode.
( %
SLEEP/SNOOZE repeatedly in
normal standby mode until A(alarm)
disappears.
( }
%
SLEEP/SNOOZE repeatedly in
normal standby mode until A(alarm) is
displayed.
( SLEEP/
SNOOZE&,
%
alarm sounds again.
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HSLEEP/SNOOZE
!
XKƒ
or 120 minutes).
( %
SLEEP/
SNOOZE repeatedly until SLEEPOFF is
displayed.
Listen to an external audio
device
“
=
%
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&
1
Press TUNER/MP3-LINK repeatedly to
switch the source to MP3 LINK.
2
Connect an MP3 Link cable to
( the MP3-LINK socket on the top
!
( the headphone socket on the external
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3
Play the external device. (See the user
manual of external device).
Listen through headphone
Plug a headphone with 3.5-mm plug into the
socket on the top panel.
Note
( No audio output from the headphone socket when
you play the playlist of a docked iPod/iPhone/iPad.
Listen through the speakers instead.
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11 Adjust sound
The following operations are applicable to all
supported media.
Adjust volume level
(
(
^
VOL +/repeatedly.
^
VOL+/VOLrepeatedly.
Mute sound
(
Press
to mute or restore the sound.
Adjust default sound settings
1
Press SOUND repeatedly to select one of
the setting menus.
( DSCV
$‘&
( DBB: Select a DBB sound effect or
disable it.
( FULL SOUND: Enable to enjoy fullrange sound output.
2
Press
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/
to select an option.
12 Adjust system settings
1
Press SETTINGS to access the menu of system settings.
» WIFI is displayed.
2
Press / to select a menu option.
( WIFIIP ADDRDIMMERNET RSTFAC RSTVERSION
3
Press
to view system status or change system settings.
( }%
.
Menu
Option
Function
Remarks
WIFI
Display the status of connection
between this system and your
home Wi-Fi network.
Display the IP address of this
system in your home Wi-Fi
network.
Select a brightness level of VFD
screen.
Reset the network connection.
Select WIFI and then press
IP ADDR
DIMMER
NET RST
FAC RST
VERSION
.
Select IP ADDR
.
.
1) Select DIMMER
2) Press / to select a bright level.
1) Select NET RST.
twice to start resetting.
2) Press
Reset this system to factory default 1) Select FAC RST.
twice to start resetting.
settings.
2) Press
.
!
%&
1) Select VERSION
2) Press / to select a version name.
3) Press
to display the current version.
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13 Update
firmware
"
Warning
%
!
<!!&
Please register your product at www.philips.
com/welcome for information about the latest
&
( Make sure that the power is not interrupted during
&
Note
( If you use an internet browser other than Apple Safari
!<@Qq"
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H<
this system. See the user manual of your Wi-Fi router
H<%
connected to the Wi-Fi router.
Note
( “
<@Qq!&
!
1
www.philips.com/support
» ,
"
}!"
and the LED indicator stays solid
yellow. This system is connected to
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automatically.
XXXX
2
Make sure that this system and your PC/
Mac are connected to the same Wi-Fi
router.
3
Open Apple Safari!<@Qq
then select 'Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX'
(or the customized device name) from the
Bonjour pull-down list.
( Or open another internet browser on
!<@Qq
!
H<
address of this system (available on the
|}~
Z
address bar.
» "
system is displayed.
4
Follow the on-screen instruction to
&
XXXX. zip
1
^!<@Qq
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support.
2
?
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3
%
!%&
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Power on this system (see 'Turn on' on
page 16).
» It takes up to35 seconds for the
!
"
&"
}
the LED indicator in the middle of the
WIFI SETUP button blinks yellow.
Note
( H
!
!
"%
procedures again.
( ,
!
"
|}~
!
|}~
network for this system again (see 'Connect to your
home Wi-Fi network' on page 17).
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14 Product
information
Signal to Noise Ratio
Speakers
Speaker Impedance
Speaker Driver
Note
( Product information is subject to change without prior
notice.
>45 dB
Sensitivity
8 Ohm
2 X 2.75" full range
speaker
> 82 dB/m/W
Wireless
#
$
Rated output power
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40 W
K”‘}J”‘
±3 dB
•–…>
‚—]q
Signal-to-noise ratio
MP3 LINK input
Wireless
standard
Wireless
security
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range
PBC (one
button push)
802.11b/g
|?<XK‚J"
Z
WPA/WPA2 (8-63 characters)
2412 - 2462 MHz (CH1-CH11)
XQ–ƒQ–Q……Qƒ–Z
2412 - 2472 MHz (CH1-CH13)
XQ‚JQ‚Q…Z
Yes
Disc
Laser type
Disc diameter
Support discs
Audio DAC
Total harmonic
distortion
Semiconductor
12 cm
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WMA-CD
24 Bits / 44.1 kHz
< 1%
Tuner
Tuning Range
Tuning grid
Sensitivity
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K>Qˆ]
Search Selectivity
Total Harmonic Distortion
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FM: 87.5 - 108
MHz
50 KHz
<22 dBu
<45 dBu
<30 dBu
<3%
General
AC power input
Output of AC-DC
power adaptor
Model No. of AC-DC
power adaptor
Trademark of AC-DC
power adaptor
Operation power
consumption
Power consumption at
standby mode
Power consumption
at eco power standby
mode
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Net weight
‚}J—š…}K
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18.0 V J&,
EFS05001800280EU
PHILIPS
25 W
< 6W
< 0.5 W
500 x 234 x 164 mm
3.1 kg
USB playability information
RDS program types
Compatible USB devices:
( >*!X>J&>‚&‚Z
( >*!X>J&>‚&‚Z
( !X$
card reader to work with this unit)
NO TYPE
NEWS
AFFAIRS
INFO
SPORT
EDUCATE
DRAMA
CULTURE
SCIENCE
VARIED
POP M
ROCK M
MOR M
GH„”q
CLASSICS
OTHER M
WEATHER
FINANCE
CHILDREN
Supported formats:
( >!
~,‚J
~,‚K~,JX
‘V…‚J"!
Z
( MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps
and variable bit rate
( WMA v9 or earlier
( Directory nesting up to a maximum of
8 levels
( Number of albums/ folders: maximum 99
( Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
( ID3 tag v2.0 or later
( File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum
length: 128 bytes)
Unsupported formats:
( Empty albums: an empty album is an
album that does not contain MP3/
|q,
"
the display.
( &
~=|
X&Z
q<
=
&
ignored and not played.
( ,,@|,—<@q
( ]q
|q,X&%&
&&&Z
( |q,G
Supported MP3 disc formats
(
(
(
(
(
SOCIAL
]?GH„H^ˆ
PHONE IN
TRAVEL
LEISURE
›,œœ
COUNTRY
NATION M
OLDIES
FOLK M
DOCUMENT
TES
ALARM
No RDS programme type
News services
Politics and current affairs
Special information programs
Sports
Education and advanced training
Radio plays and literature
@
!
Science
Entertainment programs
Pop music
Rock music
Light music
Light classical music
Classical music
Special music programs
Weather
Finance
Children’s programs
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
›‘‘q
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Alarm Test
Alarm
H^ƒKK›
Maximum title number: 512 (depending on
Z
Maximum album number: 255
$VJ”‘
&‚”‘”‘
>
}
VJšJ…KX"Z
variable bit rates
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15 Troubleshooting
Warning
( Never remove the casing of this product.
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!
!&
H!
"
"$
%&H
"%
<|"X&&Q
Z&|
!
<
"!
""
available.
Problem
Solution
No power.
Make sure that the power adaptor is securely connected to both the
power supply and the CD sound machine.
Make sure that there is power at the AC outlet.
Adjust the volume.
Disconnect the headphones.
Make sure that you have select the correct audio source.
H!
"!,<!
( ( !
,<!
%!
( the network connection between the host and your Wi-Fi router is
%"
( the Wi-Fi connection between this system and your Wi-Fi router is
available.
Reconnect the power adaptor and wait about 35 seconds for this
system to boot-up.
>!!
"
the remote control instead of the main unit.
Reduce the distance between the remote control and the main unit.
Insert each battery with its polarity (+/– signs) aligned as indicated.
Replace the batteries.
Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on the front panel of
the main unit.
H
‚J}
%
‘&
Make sure that the label of the disc faces you.
Wait until the moisture condensation at the lens is cleared.
Replace or clean the disc.
No sound or poor sound.
No response from the system.
Remote control does not
work.
No disc is detected.
USB storage device is not
supported.
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q
"‘
supported.
Make sure that the USB storage device is compatible with the system.
Try another one.
Problem
Solution
@
!
USB storage device.
Radio reception is poor.
q
&
q
$
!
=
=&
Increase the distance between the system and other electrical
appliances.
Fully extend the antenna and adjust its position.
Connect an outdoor FM antenna instead.
Set the clock correctly.
Switch on the timer.
Power is interrupted or cut off.
Reset the clock/timer.
@
!|}~
|}~J&‚‚"Q
&
%!
"
|}~J&‚‚"Q
&
H!|}~
|}~J&‚‚
"
802.11b/g mode. This system does not support connection to routers
with 802.11n only.
This system does not support the WPS-PIN method.
If your Wi-Fi router supports WPS and the WPS-PBC method but
!
!
|}~
indicated in this user manual (see 'Method 3: Connect to a non-WPS
router' on page 19).
Enable SSID broadcast on the Wi-Fi router.
Keep away from potential sources of interference which may affect
|}~%%&
H!
!<@|}~
your PC is using a Wi-Fi network. You cannot use Ethernet Wi-Fi
connection for AirPlay network setup.
make sure that the SSID name of your home router consists of
%/#?* inserted.
If you renamed the AirPlay device 'Philips DCW8010 XXXXXX' in
!"&
~
!|}~
XHZ!
be created automatically when you use WPS for connection. Always
change the default network name (SSID) to a simple one that consists
|}~
!
to secure your network.
Timer does not work.
Clock/timer setting is erased.
Wi-Fi network connection
failed.
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43
Problem
Solution
Occasional breaking of AirPlay
music streaming
Do one or all of the following:
( Move this system closer to your Wi-Fi router.
( Keep the space between this system and your Wi-Fi router clear of
any obstacle.
( Do not use Wi-Fi channel that is overlapped by the nearby Wi-Fi
network.
( Check whether your network speed is fast enough (in cases where
%
,<!
may be affected). Turn off the other devices connected to your
home router.
( Enable the Quality of Service (QoS) option (if available on the WiFi router).
( Turn off other Wi-Fi routers.
Make sure that this system is already connected to your home Wi-Fi
network.
>!
!%">#
service in your PC. Take Windows XP for example: to enable the
%Start (Start) -> Control PanelX@
<Z
double-click Administrative Tools (Administrative Tools) -> Services
(Services) -> Bonjour ServiceX>#%Z
Start
(Start) followed by OK (OK) on the pop-up menu.
H
"
!
!
&
!"
!
is blocks the ports that AirPlay uses to stream content. See the help
!
!
unblock the ports used by AirPlay.
|!<
Q<Q<QqQ<@,<!
!"
!
!<
Q<Q<
!
&
Video streaming or FTP downloads may overload your router and
therefore may cause interruptions during AirPlay music play. Try to
reduce the load your router.
No AirPlay icon on my iTunes
host device.
AirPlay connection failed with
Mac or PC
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Specifications are subject to change without notice
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All rights reserved.
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