WACS7500 English user manual

WACS7500 English user manual
WACS7500
WAS7500
Congratulations on your purchase
and welcome to Philips!
To fully benefit from the support that
Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome
For support call 1-888-744-5477
Wireless Music Center + Station
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EN
Wireless Music Center + Station
1
Norge
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Mains plug
This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13- Amp
plug.To change a fuse in this type of plug, proceed as
follows:
1
Remove fuse cover and fuse.
Fix the new fuse which should be a BS1362 52
Amp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
3
Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket
outlets, it should be cut off and an appropriate
plug should be fitted in its place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, it should have
a value of 5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is
used, the fuse at the distribution board should
not be greater than 5 Amp.
Note: The severed plug must be disposed, so as to
avoid a possible shock hazard due to it being
inserted into another 13-Amp socket.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are colored using the following codes: blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L).
•
As these colors may not correspond with the
color markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
– Connect the blue wire to the terminal
marked N or colored black.
– Connect the brown wire to the terminal
marked L or colored red.
– Do not connect either wire to the earth
terminal in the plug, marked E (or e) or colored green (or green and yellow).
Before replacing the plug cover, make sure that the
cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead and
not simply over the two wires.
Copyright in the U.K.
Recording and playback of any materials may require
consent. See Copyright Act 1956 and The
Performerb’s Protection Acts 1958 to 1972.
Typeskilt finnes på apparatens bakside.
Observer: Nettbryteren er sekundert
innkoplet. Den innebygde netdelen er derfor ikke frakoplet nettet så lenge apparatet er tilsluttet nettkontakten.
For å redusere faren for brann eller elektrisk
støt, skal apparatet ikke utsettes for regn eller
fuktighet.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.4.1
1.4.2
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
Important
3
Safety
3
GPL Package written offer
4
LGPL Library written offer
4
Environmental information
4
Disposal of product & packing material 5
Battery disposal information
5
Maintenance
6
Hearing Safety
7
Legal-USA and Canada-Notice of
compliance with radio interference
requirements
8
EU-Notice of compliance with radio
interference requirements
8
Legal-Class 2 Label
8
Know these safety symbols
9
Important safety instructions
9
Register your product
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2
Your Wireless Music Center &
Station
2.1
What’s in the box
2.2
Overview Wireless Music Center &
Station
2.2.1 Controls on Center and Station
2.3
Overview remote controls
2.3.1 2-way remote control
2.3.2 1-way remote control
2.4
Overview display
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
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4.1
4.1.1
4.2
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4.2.1
4.2.2
4.3
4.4
Remote control battery installation
Remote control, 2-way
Navigation controls
Alphanumeric keys
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.10.1
Basic functions
Power modes and functions
Eco Standby (power-saving mode)
Auto-Standby
Volume control
MUTE
Sound control
Smart equalizer
Equalizer
DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost)
Incredible surround
Display adjustment
Selecting languages
Sleep
Alarm
Set alarm / alarm time / repeat mode
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6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
HD (Hard Disk)
Play HD Music
Search
Search by keywords
Select track of same artist
Select track of same genre
Find track in current album (during
playback)
Find passage in current track (during
playback)
Play modes REPEAT, SHUFFLE
Build music library on Center
Rip music from CDs
Import from your PC
Record from radio or external source
Create a playlist
Delete a playlist, album or track
View track information
Backup to PC
Move music playback between Center
and Station
MUSIC FOLLOWS ME
MUSIC BROADCAST
View system information
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6.2.5
Installation
21
Install Center and Station
21
Connect AC power
22
Set up Wi-Fi connection between Center
and Station
22
Rear connections
22
Connect antennas
23
Connect a portable (USB) device
23
Connect your iPod (optional)
24
Connect additional appliances
25
Connect an additional device with
external speakers
25
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Prepare
Set the clock
View the clock
Remote control
6.9.1
6.9.2
6.10
Table of contents
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Table of contents
6.11
Edit track information
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
CD (Center only)
Supported discs
Play discs
Search by keywords
Find track in current album (during
playback)
7.2.3 Find passage in current track (during
playback)
7.3
Play modes REPEAT, SHUFFLE
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53
54
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8.1
8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.5.3
FM radio
56
Tune radio stations
56
Store preset radio stations
56
Autostore: Automatic preset program 57
Manual store: Manual preset program 57
Listen to preset station
57
RDS
58
NEWS
58
Internet radio*
59
First time use
59
Regular use
60
Add internet radio stations and bookmark
your favorites
61
9
9.1
9.1.1
9.1.2
9.2
9.3
9.3.1
9.3.2
UPnP
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
About UPnP*
About UPnP* enabled devices
Connect to the UPnP device
UPnP playback
Play music from UPnP device
Play music from Center
10
10.1
External sources
Play or record to USB mass storage
device
10.1.1 About USB device
10.1.2 Play music from USB device
10.1.3 Transfer music to USB device
10.2 Play your iPod music
10.3 Play external sources
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11.2.2
11.3
11.3.1
11.3.2
11.4
Set network on Station
73
Connect to wired home network
74
Set network on Center
74
Set network on Station
75
Connect to two different home
networks
76
11.5 View connection status
76
11.5.1 View Station status in Wi-Fi network of
Center
76
11.5.2 Viewing the connection with home
network
77
11.6 Connect to Internet
77
12
Connect to your PC
79
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13.1
Gracenote® CD Information
82
Gracenote® music recognition database
82
13.1.1 Update Gracenote® music recognition
database
82
13.2 Gracenote® Internet Queries
82
13.2.1 Look up CD track information
83
14
14.1
14.2
14.3
Firmware Upgrade
84
Upgrade firmware
84
Restore previous firmware
85
Re-establish Wi-Fi network of Center
and Stations
85
15
Reset
86
16
16.1
16.2
Technical data
Center
Station
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87
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Frequently asked questions
89
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18.1
18.1.1
18.1.2
18.1.3
18.1.4
Appendix
How to mount Station to a wall
What’s in the supplied mounting kit
What else you’ll need
Preparation
Mounting Station
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11.1
Network settings
70
Add Stations to Wi-Fi network of Center
70
11.1.1 Delete a Station
71
11.2 Connect to Wi-Fi (wireless) enabled
home network
72
11.2.1 Network settings on Center
72
*
2
Internet radio requires broadband Internet access.
Table of contents
Important
1.1
Safety
ENGLISH
1
Warning! To avoid the risk fire, electric shock, injuries or damages, follow these safety
instructions:
• Do not open the product or remove the cover.The interior does not contain any userserviceable parts.
• Do not place objects filled with liquid, such as vases, on the product.
• Do not stick objects into the openings of the product.
• Do not drop objects such as paperclips into the openings.
• Do not expose the product to splashing or dripping water.
• Do not expose the product to rain or high humidity.The product is for indoor use only.
• Do not place sources of naked flames, such as burning candles, on the product.
• Position the product in a location with adequate ventilation. Allow at least 10 cm (4 inches)
clearance at the rear and the top of the product and 5 cm (2 inches) on each side.
• Do not cover the ventilation openings with items such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc.
• Do not oil or lubricate the mechanical parts of the product.
Caution! To avoid the risk of injuries or damages, follow these safety instructions:
•
•
•
•
•
Visible and invisible laser radiation! Do not look at the laser beam.
The set does not contain any user-serviceable parts.
Place the set on a level, firm and sturdy surface.
Keep the system, batteries and discs in a cool dry place.
Do not exposure the product to humidity, rain, or heat sources like radiators, amplifiers, or
direct sunlight.
• Modification of the product can result in hazardous EMC radiation or other unsafe operations.
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community.
Philips Electronics, BG Entertainment Solutions, hereby declare that this product WACS7500 is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive
1999/5/EC.
The making of unauthorized duplicates of copy-protected materials, including computer programs,
files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and constitutes as
criminal offence.This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
Note
The use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than described in the user
manual may result in hazardous radiation exposure or unsafe operation.
Important
3
1.2
GPL Package written offer
This product contains Linux 2.4.27-vrsl that is made available under the GNU GPL license version
2 (hereafter called ‘the Program’).
Philips Electronics Hong Kong Ltd. hereby offers to deliver or make available, upon request, for a
charge no more than the cost of physically performing source distribution, a complete machinereadable copy of the corresponding source code of the Program on a medium customarily used for
software interchange. Please contact: Head of Development BLC Audio PDCC Development 5/F.,
Philips Electronics Building 5 Science Park East Avenue Hong Kong Science Park Shatin Hong Kong
This offer is valid for a period of three years after the date of purchase of this product.
1.3
LGPL Library written offer
This product contains Linux 2.4.27-vrsl that is made available under the GNU LGPL license version
2.1 (hereafter called ‘the Library’).
Philips Electronics Hong Kong Ltd. hereby offers to deliver or make available, upon request, for a
charge no more than the cost of physically performing source distribution, a complete machinereadable copy of the corresponding source code of the Library on a medium customarily used for
software interchange. Please contact: Head of Development BLC Audio PDCC Development 5/F.,
Philips Electronics Building 5 Science Park East Avenue Hong Kong Science Park Shatin Hong Kong
This offer is valid for a period of three years after the date of purchase of this product.
1.4
Environmental information
All redundant packaging material has been omitted.We made the packaging easily separable into
three mono materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective
foam sheet).
Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized
company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials,
exhausted batteries and old equipment.
4
Important
Disposal of product & packing material
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please be informed about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your normal
household waste.The correct disposal of your old product will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health.
In order to preserve, protect and improve the quality of the environment, protect human health,
and utilize natural resources prudently and rationally, you should return the unserviceable product
either to the place where you purchased it, or to a relevant facility in accordance with the local
statutory regulations.
The crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that the product must not be disposed of in the household
refuse.The symbol is used in conjunction either with a solid bar or the date of manufacture / launch.
All redundant packing material has been omitted.We have done our utmost to make the packaging
easily separable into mono materials.
Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packing materials.
1.4.2
Battery disposal information
Batteries (including built-in rechargeable batteries) contain substances that may pollute the
environment.Always hand the appliance in at an official collection point to remove any built-in batteries
before you discard the appliance.All batteries should be disposed of at an official collection point.
Important
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ENGLISH
1.4.1
1.5
Maintenance
Clean the set
• Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution.
• Do not use any solutions that contain alcohol, spirits, ammonia or abrasives, as these can harm
the product.
Clean your discs
• When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning cloth.Wipe the disc from the center out.
• Do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner, or antistatic spray intended for analog records.
Care for the HD (Hard Disk )
The HD is a delicate piece of equipment that is prone to damage due to its long recording capacity
and high speed operation.
• Do not move the unit while it is switched on.
• Do not remove the AC power plug from the power outlet during operation.
• Do not use the unit in excessively hot or humid places as this may cause condensation to form
inside the unit.
If the HD fails, playback and recording will not be possible. In this case, is will be necessary to
replace the HD unit.
Note
The HD is not recommended for permanent storage of recorded contents. Before creating your
music library, create a back up of the music on your PC. If necessary, you can later restore your
system with these backup files.
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Important
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.
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.
Important
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ENGLISH
1.6
1.7
Notice of compliance with radio interference requirements
Notice of compliance
Warning: Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Philips may
void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
For USA:
Philips
WACS7500
WAS7500
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, 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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For Canada:
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15, with 21 CFR 1040.10 and with RSS-210 of Industry
Canada. 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.
Declaration of Conformity
Model number:
WACS7500/37,WAS7500/37
Trade name:
Philips
Responsible party: Philips Consumer Lifestyle
A Division of Philips Electronics
North America Corp.
P.O. Box 671539
Marietta, GA 30006-0026
1-800-PHILIPS (744-5477)
Radiofrequency radiation exposure Information:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment.This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance of 20
cm between the radiator and your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna
or transmitter.
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Important
Class II equipment symbol
ENGLISH
1.8
This symbol indicates that the unit has a double insulation system.
1.9
Know these safety symbols
This ‘bolt of lightning’ indicates uninsulated material within your unit may cause an electrical
shock. For the safety of everyone in your household, please do not remove product
covering.
The ‘exclamation point’ calls attention to features for which you should read the enclosed
literature closely to prevent operating and maintenance problems.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this apparatus should not be exposed to
rain or moisture and objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should not be placed on this
apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert.
1.10
Important safety instructions
1
Read these instructions.
2
Keep these instructions.
3
Heed all warnings.
4
Follow all instructions.
5
Do not use this apparatus near water.
6
Clean only with dry cloth.
7
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
Important
9
8
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9
For countries with a polarized mains, do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one
wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong.The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer or
sold with the apparatus.When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture,
does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15 Battery usage CAUTION - To prevent battery leakage which may result in bodily injury,
property damage, or damage to the unit:
• Install all batteries correctly, + and - as marked on the unit.
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and alkaline, etc.).
• Remove batteries when the unit is not used for a long time.
16 Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
17 Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g. liquid filled objects, lighted candles).
18 This product may contain lead and mercury. Disposal of these materials may be regulated due
to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please contact your local
authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org.
EL 6475-S004: 03/12
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Important
Never remove the casing of this Wireless Music Center and Station.
ENGLISH
Never lubricate any part of this Wireless Music Center and Station.
Place this Wireless Music Center and Station on a flat, hard and stable surface.
Never place this Wireless Music Center and Station on other electrical equipment.
Only use this Wireless Music Center and Station indoors. Keep this Wireless Music Center
and Station away from water, moisture and liquid-filled objects.
Keep this Wireless Music Center and Station away from direct sunlight, naked flames or heat.
1.11
Register your product
To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcome.
As it is possible for you to upgrade your product, we recommend that you also register your
product on www.club.philips.com so that we can inform you as soon as new and free upgrades
are available.
Products from Philips have been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards. If your
product does not work correctly, perhaps the connection and configuration must be revised.
To enhance your home entertainment experience, our support website (www.philips.com/support)
offers you the information you need to enjoy your product as well as new additions to our range
of products.
Please visit www.philips.com/support and enter the product name (WACS7500) to view:
•
•
•
•
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Latest user manuals and PC software manuals
Firmware upgrade files for WACS7500 online
Interactive troubleshooting
If you register your product at www.club.philips.com, we will be able to inform you as soon as
new and free upgrades are available.
Enjoy your Wireless Music Center & Station!
Important
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2
Your Wireless Music Center & Station
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips!
With the Wireless Music Center & Station you can:
•
•
•
•
Stream music from your PC
Dock your iPod
Plug & play from USB devices
Enjoy HD playback
You can store up to 15000 songs in the 80GB Hard Disk of the Center
up to 5 Stations
to Center
.
All stored music can be wirelessly streamed from
CD player and PC are no longer bound by wires.
*
2.1
and you can connect
to the connected Stations using Wi-Fi*.Your
Wi-Fi is used to describe wireless LAN enabled products that are based on the IEEE 802.11 standards.
The presence of the Wi-Fi logo indicates that a product has been certified for interoperability.
What’s in the box
WAC7500 Wireless Music Center, 1x
WAS7500 Wireless Music Station, 1x
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Your wireless music centre and station
ENGLISH
Supplied accessories
Remote control, 2-way, incl. 4x
AAA batteries
Remote control, 1-way, incl. 2x
AAA batteries
Power cable, 2x
Ethernet cable, 1x
PC Suite CD, 1x
FM wire antenna, 2x
Mounting kit, 1x (for Station)
Your wireless music centre and station
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2.2
Overview Wireless Music Center & Station
1
2
3
1
4
5
6
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19
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1
Controls on Center
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6
7
21
20
17 15 13 11 9
18 16 14 12 10
17 15 13 11 9
18 16 14 12 10
2.2.1
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2
and Station
Antenna
8
SMART EQ (only
)
HD: toggles between sound settings for the
current Genre on or off
9
VOLUME +
Adjusts the volume level up
2
USB jack
3
Disc slot (loader) (only
)
Insert discs with graphics facing you
4
/ (only
)
Ejects a disk from the CD slot
5
LCD
Display shows the status of the set
6
MUSIC FOLLOWS ME
HD: moves music playback between Center
and Station
7
DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost)
Toggles the bass enhancement between on
(DBB1, DBB2, DBB3) and off
14
10 VOLUME Adjusts the volume level down
11 9
Stops playback or recording
12 )K
Press to skip to next track / press & hold
to fast forward
13 OK / 2;
Confirms selection
Starts or pauses playback
Your wireless music centre and station
1
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: returns to previous
option lists
19 0 RECORD (only
)
CD/Radio/AUX: starts to record to the
HARD DISK (HD)
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14 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
Navigation controls (left, right up, down)
allow you to scroll through the option lists
20 INCR.SURR.
Selects Incredible Surround sound effect
21 MUSIC BROADCAST (only
)
HD: broadcasts music from Center to
Station
3/4
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: skips/searches
tracks/passage back/forward (in playback
screen)
Fast scroll through options/alphanumeric
lists
Radio: tunes to stations
SMART EQ (only
)
HD: toggles between sound settings for the
current Genre on or off
Note
The illumination of one corner of the casing is a
design element.
2
Confirms selection
Radio: enters the list of present stations
15 J(
Press to skip to previous track / press &
hold to rewind
16 MENU
Enters or exits setup menu
17 HOME
Selects
HD Music
,
CD
,
Radio
,
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play)
,
Portable (USB Universal Serial Bus)
AUX (separately connected device)
or,
18 y ON / STANDBY / ECO STANDBY
Press briefly to toggle between modes
Standby and ON.
Press & hold to toggle power modes
between ON and Eco Standby (powersaving mode).
Green indicator light = the set is
switched ON.
Red indicator light = the set is switched
to Standby or Eco Standby.
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2.3
Overview remote controls
Important!
The following features require the use of the 1-way remote control:
• Internet radio registration
• Network configuration
• Editing track information
2.3.1
2-way remote control
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1
30
2
3
4
CD
,
Radio
,
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play)
,
Portable (USB Universal Serial Bus)
, or
AUX (separately connected device)
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects
HD Music ,
CD ,
Radio ,
UPnP ,
Portable , or
AUX
5
6
7
8
10
12
14
16
18
19
20
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
9
11
13
15
17
1
y
Press briefly to switch the set to ON or
Standby
Press & hold to switch the set to Eco Standby
(power-saving mode)
2
HOME
Selects
HD Music
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,
3
HD
Selects HD (Hard Disk) source
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects HD (Hard Disk) source
4
1/2/3/4
Navigation controls (left, right, up, down)
allow you to scroll through the option lists
1
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: returns to previous
option lists
Text input: moves the cursor backwards
3/4
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: skips/searches
tracks/passage back/forward (in playback
screen)
Scrolls fast through options list
Radio: tunes to stations
2
Confirms selection
Radio: enters the list of preset stations
Text entry: confirms input and moves the
cursor forward
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OK, 2/;
Confirms selection
starts playing
6
VOL +, Adjusts the volume level up or down
7
MENU
Enters or exits the setup menu
8
MUTE
Deactivates the sound temporarily
9
9
Stops playback or recording
10 )K
Press to skip to previous track / press &
hold to fast forward
11 SHUFFLE (3 def)
Selects random playback
12 REPEAT (2 abc)
Selects continuous playback
13 INCR.SURR. (6 mno)
Selects Incredible Surround sound effect
14 DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) (5 jkl)
Toggles the bass enhancement between on
(DBB1, DBB2, DBB3) and off
15 RDS/NEWS (9 wxyz)
Radio: selects RDS information
HD/CD/UPnP/AUX/USB: toggles
between NEWS function on and off
16 SAME GENRE (8 tuv)
HD: plays all the tracks of the current
Genre
17 SEARCH ( )
Searches by leading keywords
18 MARK/UNMARK (0 ) (only
)
Selects or deselects tracks you want to
record (press & hold to select/deselect ALL
tracks)
20 MUSIC BROADCAST (only
)
HD: broadcasts music from Center to Station
21 Spare
22 DIM
Toggles display brightness between dim and
normal
23 VIEW
Toggles between playback screen and
previous options list
24 SAME ARTIST (7 pqrs)
HD: plays all the tracks of the current artist
HD: enables wireless range extender (refer
to extender’s manual for details)
25 SMART EQ (4 ghi)
HD: toggles between sound settings for the
current Genre on or off
26 SLEEP (1 .,?!’@-_:;/)
Adjusts, displays or switches off the sleep
timer
27 J(
Press to skip to previous track / press &
hold to rewind
CLEAR
Text entry: deletes the input before the
cursor
28 REC 0 (only
)
CD/Radio/AUX: starts to record to the HD
29 SCROLL 3, 4
Scrolls the display screen up or down
30 CD/MP3-CD (only
)
Selects CD source
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects CD source
31 REFRESH
Synchronizes the displays of the set and the
remote control
19 MUSIC FOLLOWS ME
HD: moves music playback between Center
and Station
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2.3.2
1-way remote control
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30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SEARCH ( )
Searches by keywords
5
VIEW
Toggles between playback screen and
previous options list
6
MENU
Enters or exits the setup menu
7
1/2/3/4
Navigation controls (left, right, up, down)
allow you to scroll through the option lists
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12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: returns to previous
option lists
Text input: moves the cursor backwards
3/4
HD/CD/USB/UPnP: skips/searches
tracks/passage back/forward (in playback
screen)
Scrolls fast through options list
Radio: tunes to stations
y
Press briefly to switch the set to ON or
Standby
Press & hold to switch the set to Eco
Standby (power-saving mode)
2
FM TUNER
Selects FM radio
3
HOME
Selects
HD Music
,
CD
,
Radio
,
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play)
,
Portable (USB Universal Serial Bus)
, or
AUX (separately connected device)
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects HD Music ,
CD ,
Radio ,
UPnP ,
Portable , or
AUX
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4
2
Confirms selection
Radio: enters the list of preset stations
Text entry: confirms input and moves the
cursor forward
8
OK, 2/;
Confirms selection
Starts playing
9
)K
Fast forwards or skips to next track
10 9
Stops playback or recording
11 VOL +, Adjusts the volume level up or down
Your wireless music centre and station
25 SCROLL 3, 4
Scrolls the display screen up or down
13 SHUFFLE (3 def)
Selects random playback
26 J(
Rewinds or skips to previous track
14 REPEAT (2 abc)
Selects continuous playback
15 INCR.SURR. (6 mno)
Selects Incredible Surround sound effect
16 DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) (5 jkl)
Toggles the bass enhancement between on
(DBB1, DBB2, DBB3) and off
17 RDS/NEWS (9 wxyz)
Radio: selects RDS information
HD/CD/UPnP/AUX/USB: toggles
between NEWS function on and off
18 SAME GENRE (8 tuv)
HD: plays all the tracks of the current
Genre
19 MUSIC FOLLOWS ME
HD: moves music playback between Center
and Station
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12 MUTE
Deactivates the sound temporarily
CLEAR
Text entry: deletes the input before the
cursor
27 REC 0 (only
)
CD/Radio/AUX: starts to record to the
HD
28 MARK/UNMARK (0 V) (only
)
Selects or deselects tracks you want to
record (press & hold to select/deselect ALL
tracks).
29 AUX
Selects AUX (separately connected device)
30 CD/MP3-CD (only
)
Selects CD source
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects CD source
31 HD
Selects HD (Hard Disk) source
In Standby mode: switches the set ON
and selects HD (Hard Disk) source
21 MUSIC BROADCAST (only
)
HD: broadcasts music from Center to
Station
22 SAME ARTIST (7 pqrs)
HD: plays all the tracks of the current artist
HD: enables wireless range extender (refer
to extender’s manual for details)
23 SMART EQ (4 ghi)
HD: toggles between sound settings for the
current Genre on or off
24 SLEEP (1 .,?!’@-_:;/)
Adjusts, displays or switches off the sleep
timer
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2.4
Overview display
Icons of the LCD:
Icon
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Description
Icon
Description
Client connected
Repeat all
Client not connected
Repeat 1
Music
Shuffle
Radio
Alarm
UPnP
Music broadcast
Aux mode
Music follows me
CD mode
Mute
HD mode
RDS
Radio mode
Sleep
Record (rip) mode
Smart EQ
Transfer mode
Wi-Fi connected
USB mode
Wi-Fi and Ethernet connected
Your wireless music centre and station
Installation
3.1
Install Center (
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3
) and Station (
)
Note
Before you decide where and how to install the set, test the Wi-Fi connection and rear cable
connections to find a suitable location.
You can install
in two ways, free standing (using the supplied stands) or wall mounted (without
the stands). Use the
free standing. For the
we have enclosed a wall mounting kit.
(free standing)
(wall mounted)
To learn more about wall mounting, see 18 Appendix on How to mount Station to a wall.
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3.2
Connect AC power
Important! Always press & hold y to switch the set to power-saving mode before removing its
power plug.
Ensure that all rear connections are established before you power up the set.
Connect the AC power cord to the mains outlet.The set is now powered up (switched on).
When in Standby or Eco Standby mode,
and
still consume some power.
To disconnect the system from the power supply completely, remove the power plug from the
mains outlet.
For users in the U.K., please follow the instructions on page iii.
3.3
Set up Wi-Fi connection between Center (
) and Station (
)
Note
• Always press & hold y to switch the set to Eco standby (power-saving mode) before removing its
power plug.
• Always power up the
first, and then power up the
.
• Never block
from
by thick walls or more than one wall.
• Avoid installation near large metal objects.
The Wi-Fi connection starts automatically when you power up both
The first time you set up a Wi-Fi connection place
surface.
and
1 Using the supplied power cables, connect first
>
and
are ready for use.
and then
and
side by side on a level and sturdy
to the power supply.
Tip
For better Wi-Fi reception, rotate the Wi-Fi antenna or adjust the location of
3.4
.
and
.
Rear connections
Note
• Never connect or disconnect power cables when the mains supply is switched on.
• Install
and
within easy reach of suitable AC power outlets.
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Connect antennas
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3.4.1
1
Extend wire antenna.
2
Connect wire antenna to FM antenna jack:
3
Optional:To improve FM reception you can install an extension line (sold separately) between
the wire antenna and the antenna jack.
4
Unwind the antenna extension line completely.
5
Move it in different directions to find the optimal reception (if possible, keep it away from the
TV, VCR or other radiation sources).
6
For best results elevate or ceiling-mount the antenna.
3.4.2
Connect a portable (USB) device
On
or
, you can play back music from a portable device.
You can also transfer music from the library on
1
to the portable device.
Insert the USB plug of the portable device into the socket
on
or
.
For portable devices with USB cable:
1
2
Insert one end of the USB cable (not supplied) into the socket
on
or
.
Insert the other end of the USB cable into the USB output terminal of the portable device.
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To play back music from the portable device:
1
Press HOME.
2
Select PORTABLE
.
3 Select USB.
> Your portable device is displayed.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select your music.
For more details and instructions on how to record music to the portable device: See 10 External
sources.
Tip
and
only support portable (USB) devices that adhere to the following standards:
- USB MSC (Type ‘0’)
- USB MTP
- File system in FAT12 / FAT16 / FAT32
- Operations based on simple folder type navigation (also known as a normal FAT file system),
and not based on proprietary track database.
• The following USB devices will not be supported by
or
:
Products with database UI (Artists, Albums and Genre based navigation) as these products
normally store music files in a specific hidden folder and use embedded proprietary track
database that
and
are unable to read properly.
•
3.4.3
Connect your iPod (optional)
You can connect your iPod (not supplied) to
or
using Philips docking cradle and data/audio
cable (Philips docking cradle for iPod, model DC1050 sold separately). Now you can enjoy the
music library in your iPod via the sophisticated speaker system of the set.You can even charge your
iPod at the same time.
To play back music from your iPod:
1
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Press HOME and select Portable (iPod)
Your iPod is displayed.
.
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Use 3 or 4 and 2 on the remote control (or use the navigation control of your iPod) to select
the music in your iPod menu system.
(See also 10 External sources).
3.4.4
Connect additional appliances
It is possible to play audio output from an external source, e.g.TV, VCR, Laser Disc player, DVD
player on
or
.You can also record the audio output to the music library in the HD of
.
On the additional appliance
Connect one end of the audio cable (not supplied) to the AUDIO OUT terminals on the additional
appliance.
On
or
Connect the other end of the audio cables to the AUX IN terminals on
or
.
To play back audio output from the additional appliance:
1
2
On
or
, press HOME and select AUX
.
Your additional appliance (external source) is displayed.
On your additional appliance, use the controls as you normally would.
(See also 10 External sources).
To record audio output to the library (HD) of
Center.
, see section HD: Building music library on
Tip
• If the connected device has only one single audio out terminal, connect it to the AUX IN left
terminal. (Alternatively, you can use a ‘single to double’ cinch cable, but the sound output is still
mono).
• Always refer to the user manual of your other equipment for complete connection.
3.4.5
Connect an additional device with external speakers
To enjoy the good sound quality of the product’s speakers with an additional device, e.g. a mini HiFi system, use red/white audio cables (not supplied) to connect
to the external device.
On
1 Connect the red plug of the red/white audio cable (not supplied) to the red socket LINE
OUT R and the white plug to the white socket LINE OUT L.
On the additional device
2 Connect the other end of the audio cable to the AUX IN terminals.
3
Select AUX mode on the connected additional device.
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4
Prepare
4.1
Set the clock
The time can be displayed in 24-hour or 12-hour format.You can set up your clock on
or
.
There are two methods to set the clock, RDS automatic time synchronization and manual time setup.
RDS auto time sync:
If you have preset RDS radio stations, you can synchronize the clock with one of the RDS stations.
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings followed by Time.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Auto Time Sync.
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4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the RDS radio station you wish to synchronize the clock with.
> The screen shows a confirmation screen:
Manual time set:
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings followed by Time.
3 Use 3, 4, or the numeric keypad (0-9), and 2 to select Set Time.
> The display shows current clock setting (00:00 by default)
Prepare
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4
Use 3, 4, or the numeric keypad (0-9) repeatedly to set the hours followed by the minutes.
5
Confirm with OK.
Tip
• Change to 12-hour or 24-hour format:
1 In the Time menu, select Time Format.
2 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select your option.
• If you disconnect the power supply (pull the mains plug), the clock will be reset (settings will not
be saved).
4.1.1
1
View the clock
Press & hold VIEW button for about 5 seconds.
The clock will appear briefly in the display.
Tip
• In Standby mode, you can briefly press VIEW to turn on the LCD backlights and view clock
more clearly.
• If you disconnect the power supply (pull the mains plug), the clock will be reset (settings will not
be saved).
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Remote control
The set is supplied with a 2-way remote control and a 1-way remote control.You can use these to
control functions on
or
.
Note
Use the 1-way remote control for Station management, Network configuration, and to Edit track
information.The 2-way remote control cannot be used for these tasks.
Important!
• Always point the remote control directly towards the IR sensor on
or
you wish to
operate.
• First, select the source you wish to control by pressing one of the source select keys on the
remote control (for example CD/MP3-CD, HD, FM TUNER, AUX).
• Then select the desired function (for example 2/; / J( / )K).
4.2.1
Remote control battery installation
Caution!
To avoid the risk of explosion:
• Do not puncture, cut, or manipulate batteries in any way and do not throw them into the fire.
• Do not short-circuit the battery terminals.
To avoid burn injuries:
• Wear protective gloves when you handle leaking batteries.
To avoid leakage of corrosive battery fluid and damage to the product:
• Always replace all batteries at the same time
• Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types.
• Replace batteries immediately if they are exhausted.
• Always remove the batteries, if the remote control will not be used for a longer period of
time.
To avoid batteries being accidentally swallowed:
• Always keep them out of reach of children and pets. (Consult a physician immediately, if a
battery has been swallowed!)
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4.2
Installing batteries:
Open battery compartment.
Install into
• 2-way remote control: 4 batteries type LR03 or AAA.
• 1-way remote control: 2 batteries type LR03 or AAA.
Observe correct polarity (refer to ‘+’ / ‘-’ symbols inside the battery compartment).
Close battery compartment.
IMPORTANT BATTERY INFORMATION!
Batteries containing hazardous substances are marked with the crossed-out wheeled bin.
The symbol indicates that it is prohibited to dispose of the product with the domestic
refuse.The chemical symbols for the respective hazardous substances are Cd = Cadmium,
Hg = Mercury, Pb = Lead.
You - as the user - are legally obliged to dispose of all batteries in accordance with your local
regulations or to return them to the shop where you purchased the batteries.
Thus, you fulfill your legal obligations and contribute to environmental protection!
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Remote control, 2-way
You can choose to use the 2-way remote control to operate either
or
. Depending on the
level of interference, you can also select your preferred operational mode: Enhanced Mode or
Normal Mode.
Important! To save battery power, if no buttons are pressed for approx. 15 seconds, the 2-way
remote control enters idle mode. Press any button to reengage the control.
Center (default): to operate
Station: to operate
Enhanced Mode (default):This mode offers a better range (distance and angle). Use this mode if
there is no interference from a plasma TV nearby.
Normal Mode: Choose this mode if there is interference from a plasma TV nearby that is
distorting the display of the 2-way remote control.
1
Press & hold REFRESH until the Select Device screen appears in the display of the 2-way
remote control.
2
Use 3 or 4 to highlight and 2 to select Center or Station.
3
Use 3 or 4 to highlight and 2 to select Normal Mode or Enhanced Mode.
4
Confirm with OK.
Tip
• Avoid placing
or
near a plasma TV.The interference may distort the display on your 2way remote control.
• The status of
or
is synchronized into the display of the 2-way remote control, so it is
easier to operate the remote control.
• To synchronize the remote control display after activating the y button on the set, press
REFRESH on the remote control of Center.
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4.2.2
4.3
Navigation controls
1
Use the navigation controls 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 when navigating through options.
2
Highlight options with 3 / 4.
3
Enter submenus with 2.
4
Confirm selections with OK or 2.
4.4
Alphanumeric keys
1
Use the alphanumeric keys to enter letters or numbers.
2
When the text box appears, press the alphanumeric keys repeatedly until the desired
letter/number appears.
3
Use 1 / 2 to move the cursor back / forward.
4
Press J( to delete the entry before the cursor.
5
Press OK to close the text box and move to the next option list.
Note
You will enter the previous / next option list if the cursor reaches the beginning or the end of the
text box.
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Basic functions
5.1
Power modes and functions
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5
When you plug the product into your mains supply, it powers up and is in power mode ON.The y
button allows you to change the power mode. A colored light in the button indicates the current
power mode:
Center (
) / Station (
Status
ON
Standby
Eco Standby
(power-saving mode)
):
Button indicator light
green
red
red
ON
Status
Characteristics
Display
Remote control
Streaming
1
STANDBY
fast boot
dimmed
on standby
on standby
ECO STANDBY
slow boot
off
off
off
When the set is ON (green button light), press y:
/
switches to Standby mode.
The button light changes from green to red.
: The screen dims.
The display shows connected (or last connected)
: The screen dims.
The display shows the connected
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(or screen will remain blank if no is found
)
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During Standby the display shows the time (or display shows —:— if you have not set the clock).
To switch the
a
/
back ON again,
press y.
/
switches ON and remembers the last source selected:
The button light changes from red to green.
OR
b press one of the source buttons on the remote control, CD/MP3-CD (only
FM TUNER, AUX, or HOME.
2
To select functions, press HOME once or more times (CD/MP3-CD (only
HOME on remote control).
), HD,
), HD, or
Tip
• CD/MP3-CD source is only available on
.
• FM TUNER and AUX source buttons are only available on the 1-way remote control.
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Basic functions
Eco Standby (power-saving mode)
In the power-saving mode Eco Standby, the display and Wi-Fi connections of the product are turned
off.The HD (Hard Disk) of
also becomes inactive.When
is switched to Eco Standby, you
cannot stream music between
and
or import music from the PC to
. During Eco
Standby the remote controls are inactive.
1
With the set switched ON, press & hold y:
/
changes to Eco Standby.
The button lights up red.
The display is switched off.
2
To switch the
/
ON, press y on the set. (The remote controls are still inactive.)
/
switches to the last source selected.
Tip
• In the power-saving mode Eco Standby, the settings for networking, sound, display, language and
CD recording, as well as the tuner presets, and the volume level (maximum: moderate level) will
be retained in the memory of the set.
• To protect the HD, always switch
to Eco Standby before removing its power plug from the
mains outlet.
• Remember that the remote controls are inactive during Eco Standby.
5.3
Auto-Standby
If at the end of playback / recording (ripping) the set remains in the stop mode for longer than 20
minutes, the set will automatically switch to Standby mode in order to save power.
5.4
1
Volume control
Check that playback has started.
2 Adjust the volume with VOL +/- buttons.
> Display shows a horizontal bar indicating the volume level.
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5.2
5.5
MUTE
During playback, you can deactivate the sound without switching off the set.
1 To deactivate the sound, press MUTE.
>
appears.
Playback continues without sound.
2
To reactivate the sound, press MUTE again or adjust the volume with VOL +.
> The icon
disappears.
5.6
Sound control
5.6.1
Smart equalizer
This function enables you to play music of the current genre with the matching sound settings.
1 During playback, press SMART EQUALIZER
>
appears if Smart Equalizer is activated.
2 To deactivate the Smart Equalizer, press SMART EQUALIZER
>
disappears.
5.6.2
Equalizer
Equalizer enables you to select predefined sound settings.
Set Equalizer:
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Equalizer.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Rock, Pop (default), Jazz, Neutral, Techno, Classical,
Treble/Bass.
4
Confirm with OK.
Set Treble or Bass:
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings, followed by Treble or Bass.
3
Navigate 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to highlight your option:
Treble (+3 to -3), Bass (+3 to -3)
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DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost)
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5.6.3
Press DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) once or more times to change the bass settings. Select your
option: DBB OFF (default), DBB 1, DBB 2, or DBB 3.
Tip
Some discs might be recorded in high modulation, which causes a distortion at high volume. If this
occurs, switch off DBB or reduce the volume.
5.6.4
Incredible surround
Press INCR. SURROUND (INCR. SURR. on the 1-way remote control) once or more times to
toggle the surround sound effect On and Off.
Display shows: IS ON or IS OFF.
5.7
Display adjustment
With the controls on
or
(or on the 1-way remote control) you can adjust the backlight
and contrast settings of the display.
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings, followed by Display.
3
Press 3 / 4 and 2 to select Backlight or Contrast:
Backlight
1 Press 3 or 4 and 2 to select On or Off.
Contrast:
1 Press 3 or 4 to increase or reduce the contrast.
Note
You can also toggle the Backlight On and Off by pressing DIM on the 1-way remote control.
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5.8
Selecting languages
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings, followed by Language.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to choose English, Français, Español, Nederlands, Italiano or
Deutsch.
5.9
Sleep
You can preset a certain period of time after which
or
will switch to Standby mode.
1
On the remote control, press SLEEP repeatedly to select the desired time period (in
minutes):
> Display shows in sequence: Sleep 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120, OFF.
2 Select the desired time period.
> Display shows the selected option briefly and returns to its previous status.
selected.
3
appears when a time is
To view the countdown time to Standby mode, briefly press SLEEP again.
When the selected sleep time expires,
or
automatically switches to Standby mode.
4
To deactivate the sleep timer before the sleep time expires, press SLEEP repeatedly until
SLEEP OFF is selected.
> The icon
disappears.
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Alarm
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5.10
Important! The clock must be set correctly before the alarm is set.
5.10.1 Set alarm / alarm time / repeat mode
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings.
3 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Alarm, followed by Alarm On or Off.
> The Alarm Time screen appears.
4
In the Alarm Time screen, use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter the hours and minutes.
5
Confirm the alarm time with OK or 2.
6 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select repeat mode Once or Daily.
> The screen briefly shows Alarm On and appears in the display.
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6
HD (Hard Disk)
6.1
Play HD Music
Music is centrally stored in the 80GB HD (Hard Disk) on the
streamed and played on
via Wi-Fi.
1
Check that
or
. All the stored music can be
is switched ON or in Standby mode (see 5 Basic functions).
2 Press HOME and select HD Music (or press HD on remote control).
> Display shows HD Music and the categories of your music library: Playlists, Artists, Albums,
Genres, All tracks.
Playlists: customizable collection of your favorite tracks sorted by playlist name in
alphanumeric order.
Artists: collection of albums sorted by artist name in alphanumeric order.
Albums: collection of albums sorted by album name in alphanumeric order.
Genres: collection of albums sorted by music style (only if album information available).
All tracks: All tracks sorted by track name in alphanumerical order.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select your option.
6.2
Search
6.2.1
Search by keywords
The keyword should be the first letter or word in the title of the track you wish to search for: By
entering a keyword, you can quickly find all the items beginning with the keyword you entered
(note that this feature is case sensitive).
1
Navigate 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to enter desired option list of tracks, albums or playlists.
2 On remote control, press SEARCH
> Display: text box appears
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3
Use alphanumeric keys to enter keyword (maximum 8 characters) (see 4.4 Prepare:
Alphanumeric keys)
4 Press OK to start searching
> Display: Searching…
Searching starts from the beginning of current option list.
The matched items appear at the top of the list.
The option list automatically shows the closest match in the alphabet if no match is found.
Display: Searching… disappears.
5
Press STOP 9 to stop searching.
Tip
Searching will also stop when:
• you select another source
• you switch off the set
6.2.2
Select track of same artist
1 During playback, press SAME ARTIST
> Playback of found tracks by the current artist continues after current track.
6.2.3
Select track of same genre
1 During playback, press SAME GENRE
> Playback of found tracks of same genre as current track continues after current track.
Tip
Not all tracks have an automatic genre tag, so you may have to manually assign a genre for your
tracks when loading them to the HD of
.
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6.2.4
Find track in current album (during playback)
In playback screen, navigate with 3 / 4 to select track in current album during playback.
6.2.5
Find passage in current track (during playback)
1 In playback screen, press & hold 3 / 4 or J( / )K
> Track gets scanned at high speed.
2 When you found the passage you want, release 3 / 4 or J( / )K
> Normal play resumes.
6.3
Play modes REPEAT, SHUFFLE
plays the current track continuously
repeats all the tracks (under current selection of playlist, artist, genre, album, or All
tracks)
repeats all the tracks (under current selection of playlist, artist, genre, album, or All
tracks) in random order
plays tracks (under current selection of playlist, artist, genre, album, or All tracks) in
random order
1
During playback press REPEAT or / and SHUFFLE once or more times to select desired
play mode.The play mode icons appear in the display.
2
To return to normal playback, press REPEAT or / and SHUFFLE repeatedly until the various
mode icons disappear from the display.
Note
If
is active, it will be deactivated when pressing SHUFFLE.To activate
SHUFFLE, then REPEAT 1.
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)
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6.4
Important!
• Recording is permitted only if there is no infringement of copyrights or any other rights of
third parties.
• For CDs encoded with copyright protection technologies used by some record companies,
recording will be restricted.
• The making of unauthorized duplicates of copy-protected material, including computer
programs, files, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and
constitute a criminal offence.This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
You can build a music library in the HD of
recording from external sources.
6.4.1
by ripping from CDs, importing from PC and
Rip music from CDs
Important!
Ripped files are first stored in a temporary memory:
Do not switch the Center to standby - wait until Center has fully processed the files and
automatically switches to standby.While the Center is processing the files, you can continue to
listen to your music.
With the
, you can rip audio CD tracks from your CDs and store them as MP3 files in the HD
of
.The Gracenote MusicID® enables your set to look up CD information (including album,
artist, genre, track information) from its database. It allows the recorded CD tracks to be properly
categorized (for example, under artist, albums, genres or all tracks) and also to be merged with the
existing tracks in the HD.To update your Gracenote® Media Database, see the section 12
Connect to your PC in this manual.
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Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote®. Gracenote is the
industry standard in music recognition technology and related content delivery. For more
information, please visit www.gracenote.com.
CD and music-related data from Gracenote, Inc., copyright © 2000-2007 Gracenote. Gracenote
Software, copyright © 2000-2007 Gracenote.This product and service may practice one or more
of the following U.S. Patents: #5,987,525; #6,061,680; #6,154,773, #6,161,132, #6,230,192,
#6,230,207, #6,240,459, #6,304,523, #6,330,593, #7,167,857, and other patents issued or pending.
Gracenote and CDDB are registered trademarks of Gracenote.The Gracenote logo and logotype,
and the ‘Powered by Gracenote’ logo are trademarks of Gracenote.
Gracenote® is a registered trademark of Gracenote, Inc.The Gracenote logo and logotype, and
the ‘Powered by Gracenote’ logo are trademarks of Gracenote.
Note
When ripping CDs without active internet connection, the album art will not be shown.The local
copy of the Gracenote® database does not contain album art.
Rip from a CD at high speed:
(Audio CD, MP3/WMA CD)
1
Insert CD with printed side facing you:
For MP3/WMA CD, press 2 on a highlighted file folder to enter the track list.
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2 In the track list screen, press RECORD 0 (remote control REC).
> List of tracks with check boxes appears:
Press MARK/UNMARK to select/deselect tracks (hold MARK/UNMARK to select/deselect
all tracks).
4 Press RECORD 0 (REC) to start ripping.
> Display shows CD-Rip and the current track name.
(A default album name, e.g. Album_001 is assigned if the CD track information cannot be found in
the Gracenote® database.)
> Center returns to CD mode when ripping is complete.
5
To rip another CD repeat steps 1 to 4 again.
6
To stop ripping, press STOP 9.
6.4.2
Import from your PC
The Wireless Audio Device Manager (WADM) in the supplied PC installer helps you organize music
files on your PC and import them into
. For details, see the section 12 Connect to your PC
in this manual.
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6.4.3
Record from radio or external source
A maximum recording time of 3-hours can be made from the radio or an external source.
1
a In Radio mode, tune the desired radio station (see 8.1 FM radio: Tuning radio stations).
or
b In AUX mode, start playback from the external source.
2 Press RECORD
> The recoding starts.
3
Press STOP 9 to stop recording.
The recording will be saved as a file under RADIO or AUX in Albums. A file name is assigned, e.g.
Radio_01, or Aux_01.
6.5
Create a playlist
A playlist is a custom collection of your favorite music.You can create up to 99 playlists in the HD
of
.
1
In HD Music mode, press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Create Playlist
> A new playlist is created (a default album name, e.g. Playlist_001, is assigned).
Display shows: Playlist created.To add tracks, select Add to Playlist.
1
Navigate with 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to highlight the desired Track or All tracks.
2
Select Add to Playlist.
3
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to display the selection of playlists.
5 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the desired playlist.
> Display shows all added tracks in playlist.
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This feature works only on
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.
1
Navigate with 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to enter a category (Playlist, Artists, Albums, Genres, All tracks).
2
If necessary, press 3 or 4 and 2 once or more times to highlight the playlist album or track
you wish to delete.
3
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Delete Playlist, Delete Album or Delete Track
5
Press 2 to select Yes.
6.7
View track information
Note
The feature View track information is only available in mode HD Music.
1
Use the VIEW button on the remote control to toggle the display between the HD playback
screen and the track list screen.
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To view more track information:
1
In HD playback screen, press 2 to display the full view album art screen.
2
In full view album art screen, press 1 to return to the HD playback screen
6.8
Backup to PC
The Wireless Audio Device Manager (WADM) in the supplied PC Suite CD allows you to
backup contents on the HD to your PC.The backup files on your PC can be subsequently restored
to
if the files on the HD are lost or corrupted. For details, see the section 12 Connect to
your PC in this manual.
6.9
Move music playback between Center (
) and Station (
)
You can connect up to 5 Stations
to Center
via Wi-Fi, so your music playback can be
moved between Center
and Stations
.You and your family will be able to enjoy and share
music with ease wherever you are in your home.
6.9.1
MUSIC FOLLOWS ME
As you move around at home, let the music move with you between
and
.
and
or between
On the source unit ( ) where music is playing:
1 Press MUSIC FOLLOWS ME to stop playback from that unit and activate the function.
> The icon appears on the displays of Center and Station.
On the destination unit (
or
) where you want to listen:
2 Press MUSIC FOLLOWS ME to activate the playback.
> The icon disappears from the displays of
and
, and the music will start to play.
Simultaneously, the music (audio output) of the source unit is stopped.
Any selected play modes (e.g.
modes REPEAT, SHUFFLE).
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To stop MUSIC FOLLOWS ME, press STOP 9 on the destination unit.
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Tip
• MUSIC FOLLOWS ME will be automatically deactivated if you do not activate MUSIC
FOLLOWS ME on the destination unit within 5 minutes
• To deactivate MUSIC FOLLOWS ME, press MUSIC FOLLOWS ME again.
• After activating MUSIC FOLLOWS ME on the destination unit you can select other tracks or
source for playback.
6.9.2
MUSIC BROADCAST
MUSIC BROADCAST allows you to broadcast music from Center (
On Stations (
1 Check that
) to Stations (
).
)
is switched on or in standby mode (see 5 Basic functions).
On Center (
)
2 In HD source, play back the music that you wish to broadcast to Stations (
).
3 Press MUSIC BROADCAST to activate the function.
> The icon appears on Center (
) and Stations ( ).
A countdown of 5 seconds starts.
On
and
:
The selected music starts to play simultaneously after about 5 seconds.
4
To stop MUSIC BROADCAST, press STOP 9 on
.
Tip
• To exit MUSIC BROADCAST on
, press STOP 9 on
.To broadcast music to
again,
press STOP 9 on
, and then start playback again and activate MUSIC BROADCAST on
again.
• MUSIC BROADCAST will also stop when:
is switched to Standby mode or Eco Standby mode
- the selected album or list (Playlist, Artist, Genre,…) has reached the end
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6.10
View system information
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Information menu.
The display shows: System, Wireless and Wired.
a Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select System.
> Name of
or
and firmware version (on
display:
also: free hard disk space) is shown on the
b Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Wireless.
> List of available information items (e.g. SSID,Wireless Mode,WEP Key, MAC Address, Subnet mask,
IP Address, and IP Mode) is shown on the display:
c Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Wired.
> List of available information (e.g. Subnet mask, IP Address, and IP mode) are shown on the display:
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Edit track information
Note
Use the 1-way remote control to Edit track information.The 2-way remote control cannot be
used for this task.
You can edit track title, album name, etc. on
:
1
Press HOME to select HD.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the track to be edited.
3 Press MENU.
> ‘Edit’ is shown on the LCD display
4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Edit.
> Now you can start editing track information by following the sequence:
Edit track title > Edit Artist name > Edit Album name > Edit Genre name
5
Press the following keys on remote control to edit track information:
Alphanumeric keys Insert text into the current position.
Move highlight to previous editing position. In leftmost position:
1
press to move to previous screen.
Move highlight to next editing position.
2
Press briefly to delete highlighted text, Press & hold to delete all
J(
text.
OK
Confirms text and enters next screen.
When you completed your editing, the LCD shows ‘Updating...’ followed by ‘Update success’ (or
‘System busy, please edit later’ if the update was not successful).
Tip
• If no key is pressed for 60 seconds, the edit screen will disappear without saving anything.
• You can enter an editing string of max. 21characters.
• You can also edit album/playlist names. (All tracks in that album/playlist will bear the new
album/playlist name.)
• You can also use 3 or 4 on
or remote control to enter text:
3
4
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Press briefly to skip to previous character, Press & hold to fast
scroll through the character list
Press briefly to skip to next character, Press & hold to fast scroll
through the character list.
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6.11
7
CD (Center
7.1
Supported discs
only)
You can play the following discs on the system:
• Pre-recorded audio CDs (CDDA)
• Finalized audio CD-Rs and CD-RWs (12cm CD / 8cm CD, 185 MB / 200 MB)
• MP3WMA-CDs (CD-R/CD-RWs with MP3/WMA files)
• AAC-CDs (MPEG4 AAC LC raw format, .m4a/.m4b files)
Important! This system is designed for regular discs.Therefore, do not use any accessories
such as disc stabilizer rings or disc treatment sheets, etc.
About MP3/ WMA
The music compression technology MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3) and WMA (Windows Media
Audio) significantly reduces the digital data of an audio CD, while maintaining the sound quality.
Windows Media Audio® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Supported formats:
• Disc format ISO9660, Joliet, UDF (created on Adaptec Direct CD v5.0 and Nero Burning ROM
UDF v5.5) and multi-session CDs
• MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate.
• 8-cm and 12-cm CD-R/CD-RW up to 730MB
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels
• MP3 VBR,WMA VBR
• AAC (MPEG4 AAC LC raw format, .m4a/.m4b files)
The system does not play or support the following:
• Empty albums that do not contain any MP3/WMA files and hence will not be displayed.
• Unsupported formats are skipped (e.g. files with .doc extension are ignored).
• DRM protected WMA files
• WAV, PCM audio files
• WMA files in lossless format
Tip
• Make sure that MP3 files end on extension .mp3,WMA files end on extension .wma, and AAC
files end on extension .m4a or .m4b.
• To burn/convert DRM protected WMA files use Windows Media Player 10 (or later.Visit www.
microsoft.com for details about Windows Media Player and WM DRM (Windows Media Digital
Rights Management).
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CD
Play discs
1 Insert CD into CD loader slot on
> Display shows: Reading CD.
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7.2
with printed (label) side facing you.
Audio CD: list of tracks appears (Track information may not appear, if it is not found in the
HD database and if there is no Internet connection to update the missing information from the
Gracenote® service site.)
MP3/WMA CD: list of albums appears.
Display shows:
Others
CDDA
All tracks
MP3/WMA/AAC files that are not sorted into albums (folders)
located in the root directory of the disc.
CDDA files on an enhanced CD or a mixed mode CD.
All supported files in any albums (folders) on the disc.
2
Press the navigation controls 3 or 4 and 2 to select your option.
3
Press 2; to start playback
• On a highlighted album, to start playback of album.
• On All tracks, to start playback of all tracks on disc.
4
a
To temporarily pause playback, press 2;.
b To resume playback, press button again.
5
To stop playback, press STOP 9.
6
To remove disc, press EJECT on Center.
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7.2.1
Search by keywords
The keyword should be the first letter or word of the album title, artist name, track title, genre
name, or playlist name you wish to search for: By entering a keyword, you can quickly find the item
that most closely matches to your search criteria.The search cursor will stop at the closest
alphabetical match in the list.
Note
The keyword search is supported in modes HD Music and USB only.
1
Navigate 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to enter desired option list of albums, artists, tracks, genres or playlists.
2
On remote control, press SEARCH
Display: text box appears
3
Use alphanumeric keys to enter keyword (maximum 8 characters) (see 4.4 Prepare:
Alphanumeric keys)
4 Press OK to start searching
> Display: Searching…
Searching starts from the beginning of current option list.
The matched items appear at the top of the list.
The option list automatically shows the closest match in the alphabet if no match is found.
Display: Searching… disappears.
Tip
The search will also stop when:
• you select another source
• you switch off the set
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Find track in current album (during playback)
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7.2.2
In playback screen, press 3 / 4 (or J( / )K ) to select previous or next track in current album
during playback.
7.2.3
Find passage in current track (during playback)
1
In playback screen, press & hold 3 / 4 (or J( / )K ) to scan currently playing track at high
speed.
2
When you found the passage you want, release 3 / 4 (or J( / )K) to resume normal playback.
7.3
Play modes REPEAT, SHUFFLE
plays the current track continuously
repeats all the tracks (under current artist, genre, or album)
repeats all the tracks (under current artist, genre, or album) in random order
plays tracks (under current artist, genre, or album) in random order
1
During playback press REPEAT or / and SHUFFLE once or more times to select play mode.
2
To return to normal playback, press REPEAT or / and SHUFFLE repeatedly until the various
modes are no longer displayed.
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8
FM radio
8.1
Tune radio stations
1
Connect the supplied FM wire antenna to
and
(see 3 Installation).
2
Ensure that the set is switched on or in Standby mode (see 5 Basic functions).
3 Press HOME once or more times to select Radio.
> Playback screen appears.
Display: Radio, radio station frequency and preset number (if programmed).
4
Press & hold 3 or 4 until frequency in display starts running.
> The radio automatically tunes to a station of sufficient reception.
Display during automatic tuning: Searching…
When you are receiving an RDS station, is shown.
5
Repeat tuning process until you find the desired radio station.
6
To tune to a weak station, press 3 or 4 briefly and repeatedly until you have established
optimum reception.
8.2
Store preset radio stations
You can store up to 60 radio stations in the preset memory.
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FM radio
Autostore: Automatic preset program
Autostore automatically starts programming radio stations into the preset memory, beginning with
Preset 1. Available stations are programmed in the order of their radio frequency, RDS stations are
followed by FM stations. A maximum of 10 RDS stations will be stored (Preset 01 to Preset 10).
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select autostore radio.
> Display: Autostore, please wait… Press ‘Stop’ to exit.
When all stations are stored, the first preset station automatically starts playing.
8.2.2
Manual store: Manual preset program
1
In FM radio mode, use 3 or 4 to select / tune your desired radio station.
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Save to Preset.
4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the desired preset number (PR01, PR02,…PR60).
> Current radio station is stored under selected preset number.
8.2.3
Listen to preset station
1
In FM radio mode, press 2 to access the list of preset stations.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the preset station.
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8.2.1
8.3
RDS
RDS (Radio Data System) is a service that allows FM stations to send additional information along
with the FM radio signal.
Tune to RDS radio station (see 8.2.1 Autostore: Automatic preset program)
Display shows (if available):
• Name of radio station
• Radio frequency
• Program type (e.g. News, Pop, Music)
• RDS radio text
8.4
NEWS
You can activate radio NEWS while listening to another source on WACS7500.The set will tune
to a RDS radio station stored in the preset memory under one of the 10 first numbers.
1
During playback (any source except radio) press RDS/NEWS on remote control.
Icon
appears and NEWS ON is briefly displayed.
(If no RDS station is found or no news transmission is detected during the scan, the icon
disappears and NEWS OFF is briefly displayed.)
Playback continues while the set scans the first 10 preset stations.
When a news transmission is detected, the set will switch to the RDS station broadcasting the
news transmission and the icon
starts flashing.
After the news transmission is over, the set will stay tuned to the news station.
2 To deactivate NEWS, press RDS/NEWS again.
> Icon
disappears and NEWS OFF is briefly displayed.
Tip
Ensure that you have stored RDS stations in the first 10 preset locations (see 8.2.1 Autostore:
Automatic preset program).
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FM radio
Internet radio*
You can also listen to all the most popular Internet Radio stations by connecting through the Philips
web service, where automated links to active stations are maintained and updated at regular intervals.
The Internet Radio feature requires registration with Philips.The registration process only has to
be completed once, when you are using the Internet Radio for the first time.You can register
more than one user. Each user will have to register separately, following these instructions:
8.5.1
First time use
Important!
Ensure you are connected to the Internet when you use the Internet Radio feature. See 11.
Network Settings for information on how to get your system connected to the home network
and the Internet.
Use the 1-way remote control for the registration process.
For first time use of the Internet radio you must register with Philips.
To register you need a valid email address.
Note
If you enter an email address that is already registered with Philips, the display asks for your
password. Enter your password and enjoy Internet radio!
Internet radio registration process:
On
or
1 Press HOME one or more times to select Radio.
2 From the radio menu, select Internet Radio.
> Internet connection starts:
The Internet Radio registration help screen appears:
3 Enter any valid email address.
> Display shows confirmation that the automated email dispatch has been initiated:
*
Internet radio requires broadband Internet access.
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8.5
On your PC:
1 Check the inbox of the email address you entered and look for a message from
‘[email protected]‘ with the subject: Your Streamium Registration….
2
Read and follow the instructions given in the email to complete your registration process on
the Philips website.
On
or
Display returns to Radio menu.
Note
• Press HOME to exit any time.Your email address will be remembered.
• Other persons can register individually to enjoy Internet radio with their own settings.
8.5.2
Regular use
Regular users can access the Internet radio directly through the Radio menu screen.
8.5.2.1 Radio services
On
or
1 Press HOME one or more times to select Radio.
2
From the Radio menu, select Internet Radio.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select User.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Services.
5
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to make your selection from the Service List (RadioIO, or Live360).
6
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select the desired station.
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8.5.3
On
or
In Internet radio mode press 2 to bookmark the current radio station as a favorite.
OR
On your PC
1 Log in with your registered email address at www.philips.com/welcome.
2
Select Streamium Management on the left hand side of the window.
3
Choose radio stations from the list.
4
Mark them as favorites.
The marked stations will appear as My Media and Favorite Stations the next time you
connect.
8.5.3.1 My Media
On
or
1 Press HOME one or more times to select Radio.
2
From the radio menu, select Internet Radio.
If multiple users are registered:
a
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select My Media.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to make your selection from the My Media List of Stations.
8.5.3.2 Favorite stations
On
or
1 Press HOME one or more times to select Radio.
2
From the radio menu, select Internet Radio.
If multiple users are registered:
a
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Favorite Stations.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to make your selection from the List of Favorite Stations.
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9
UPnP
Note
Ensure you are connected to your home network when you use the UPnP feature. See
11 Network Settings for information on how to get your system connected to the home
network and the Internet.
9.1
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
UPnP is a standard which connects multiple devices (wirelessly or wired) with each other and
enables them to work seamlessly. If you are familiar with UPnP enabled devices,WACS7500 brings
you additional benefits to enrich your wireless music streaming experience. If you are not familiar
with UPnP-enabled devices, please visit www.upnp.org for details.
9.1.1
About UPnP*
In addition to the music library of
, an UPnP-enabled device can also serve as a music library.
The music collection on the UPnP enabled device can be played on
through the supplied Ethernet cable.
You can also play the music library of
music network.
*
or
, wirelessly or
on the UPnP enabled device, thus expanding your home
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP™) builds on standard networking technologies and provides
standardized protocols for a wide variety of home and small business devices. It allows easy
interoperability of all the devices supporting the networking technologies.
9.1.2
About UPnP* enabled devices
The UPnP device can be a PC or other device running UPnP software.
1
To use the UPnP device with
or
, connect
device (see 9.2 Connect to UPnP device).
2
To play the music library of your UPnP device on
or
, check that UPnP server software
is properly installed and enabled on the device (e.g.Windows Media Player supplied PC Suite
CD,Windows Media Player 11 or Philips Multimedia Manager). For more help refer to Windows
Media Player.
3
To play the music library of
on the UPnP device, check with the user manual of your UPnP
device to make sure it is able to receive music from other UPnP enabled devices.
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or
to the UPnP network of the
Universal Plug and Play
Connect to the UPnP device
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9.2
When connecting to the network of the UPnP device, you have the following options:
•
•
Connect wirelessly or through an Ethernet cable.
Connect
or
,
only, or
only.
For more information on the connection, see 11.2 Network settings: Connect to Wi-Fi
enabled or wired home network.
Tip
Connecting other UPnP clients to Philips Wireless Music Center may take longer than connecting a
Philips Wireless Music Station to Center.
9.3
UPnP playback
Note
• You can only stream unprotected music files in MP3,WMA, or AAC (.m4a) format when
WACS7500 is in UPnP mode.
• You cannot stream video or picture contents.
During UPnP playback, some playback features in the Wi-Fi network on Center will be unavailable,
including Music Broadcast, Music Follows Me, Same Artist, Same Genre, Creating / Deleting Playlist,
and Recording.
9.3.1
Play music from UPnP device
Tip
If you cannot find the UPnP server on the network, refresh the UPnP mode of Center by changing
the mode (press HOME key).
1
Check that the UPnP device is switched on.
2
Consult the user manual of the Windows Firewall on your UPnP enabled PC, to ensure that
'UPnP Framework' is allowed in the 'Exceptions' list of the Windows Firewall.
3
Check that
or
is connected to the network of the UPnP device (see 11.5 Network
settings:View connection status).
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or
:
4 Press HOME on remote control to select UPnP mode.
> The display on the set shows a list of connected UPnP devices (up to 4 UPnP devices).
(Server not found appears if there is no UPnP device found in the network.)
5 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select your desired UPnP device.
> The music library of the UPnP device appears on
or
as well as on the UPnP device.
On
or
:
6 Play the music library of the UPnP device in the same way as you play Hard Disk (HD) (see 6
HD).
9.3.2
1
Play music from Center (
Check that
)
is switched on or already in standby mode.
2
Check that the UPnP device is connected to
(see 11.5 Network settings :View
connection status)
> The music library of
appears on the UPnP enabled device as it does on
3
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Use the function keys on the UPnP device to play the music library of
.
Universal Plug and Play
External sources
10.1
Play or record to USB mass storage device
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You can playback music from a USB device on
or
.You can also transfer the music library of
to a USB mass storage device, so that you can carry your favorite music with you wherever
you go.
10.1.1 About USB device
Note
• In some USB flash (or memory) devices, the stored contents is recorded using copyright
protection technology. Such protected contents cannot be played on any other devices (such as
/
).
• MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) USB devices are not supported.
• Protected (DRM) WMA files cannot be played due to copyright issues.
Compatible USB mass storage devices:
The following devices can be used on
or
:
• USB flash devices (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)
• USB flash memory devices (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)
Supported formats:
• USB or memory file format FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 (sector size: 512 - 65,536 bytes)
• MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate
• WMA v9 or earlier versions
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels
• Number of albums/folders: maximum 99
• Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
• File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum length: 256 bytes)
• MP3 VBR,WMA VBR, AAC VBR format
•
•
•
•
•
or
will not play or support the following:
Empty albums that do not contain any MP3/WMA files and hence will not be displayed.
Unsupported formats are skipped (e.g. files with .doc extension are ignored).
WAV, PCM audio files
DRM protected WMA files
WMA files in Lossless
How to transfer music files from your PC to a USB mass storage device
You can easily transfer your favorite music from your PC to a USB mass storage device by drag &
drop.
You can use the music management software of your flash device for the music transfer.
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How to organize your MP3/WMA files on a USB mass storage device
or
browses MP3/WMA files in the same way as
reads the HD.
Organize your MP3/WMA files in different folders or sub-folders as needed.
Tip
• Make sure that MP3 files end on extension .mp3 and WMA files end on extension .wma.
• For DRM protected WMA files, use Windows Media Player 10 (or later) for CD burning /
conversion.Visit www.microsoft.com for details about Windows Media Player and WM DRM
(Windows Media Digital Rights Management)
10.1.2 Play music from USB device
1
Check that USB device is properly connected to
or
Connect a portable (USB mass storage) device)
(see 3.4.2 Installation:
2 Press HOME once or more times to select USB.
> The screen shows ‘USB direct’.
No USB Device Present appears if the USB device is not supported by
or
.
File system not supported appears if unsupported file formats are used on the USB device.
Empty Folder appears if no supported audio format file is found on the USB device.
3
Play audio files on the USB as you do with the albums/tracks on a HD (see 6 HD).
Tip
Due to compatibility reasons, the album/track information may differ from what is displayed
through the music management software of the flash device.
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Important!
• There is no support for transfer of music to MTP devices.
• Recording is permitted only if there is no infringement of copyrights or any other rights of
third parties.
• For CDs encoded with copyright protection technologies used by some record companies,
recording will be restricted.
• Making unauthorized duplicates of copy-protected material, including computer programs, files,
broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a
criminal offence.This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
• Transfer to USB device is only supported by
.
• DRM protected files might not play if they are transferred to the USB device.
1
Check that the USB device is properly connected to
.
2 On
, press HOME and use 3 or 4 and 2 as necessary to select HD.
> If it is in HD playing mode, press STOP to stop playing.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select an option (Playlists, Artists, etc…) and enter the corresponding
list of tracks.
4 In the track list screen, press RECORD (REC on remote control)
> The list of tracks appears.
5 Press MARK/UNMARK to select or deselect the tracks to be recorded.
> To select/deselect all tracks, Press & hold MARK/UNMARK.
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10.1.3 Transfer music to USB device
6 Press RECORD to start recording.
> Display shows: Transferring...
The number of tracks transferred / to be transferred appears.
Selected tracks are transferred to the USB device.
Tip
• Press 1 to stop selecting tracks and return to the list of tracks.To continue, repeat steps 3 to 5.
• Recording will also stop when:
- the USB device is unplugged and the display shows: Connection interrupt, Cancel transfer...
- the USB device has more than 99 folders and 999 titles and the display shows: Device is full,
Cancel transferring...
Find the transferred tracks on your USB device
All the transferred tracks are saved in the USB device under the folder structure
Music\Genre\Artist\Album, and are named as XX-trackname.mp3.
Play the transferred tracks on another music player
You can play the transferred tracks on music players supporting USB playback. On different players,
the files/folders may be browsed in different ways.
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Play your iPod music
You can enjoy the music library on your iPod player through the speaker system of the WACS7500.
This feature requires a Dock.The designated Philips Docking Cradle, Model DC1050 is sold
separately.
1
Check that
2
Connect your Dock to
a
or
is switched on or in standby mode.
or
:
Connect the 9-pin docking cable to the DOCK IN of
b Connect the audio cable to the AUX IN* on
color coding of AUX IN).
or
or
.
(red & white plugs must match
3
Insert your iPod into the Dock.
4
Press HOME to enter the main menu and use the navigation controls 3 or 4 and 2 to select
Portable 2 iPod.
5
The iPod can now be controlled via the remote control of the
or
.
Tip
All features except for the volume can still be controlled on the iPod itself too.
10.3
Play external sources
You can play files from external sources on
or
by connecting the audio output (e.g.TV,
VCR, Laser Disc player, DVD player).You can also record up to 3 hours of audio output to the
music library in the HD of
.
1
Check that the external device is properly connected (see 3.4.4 Installation: Connect
additional appliances).
2
Ensure that
or
is switched on or in standby mode (see 5 Basic functions).
On
or
:
3 Press HOME once or more times to select AUX
.
On external source:
4 Turn down the volume to avoid noise distortion.
Press 2; to start playback.
5
To adjust sound and volume, use the sound controls on WACS7500 or on your external
source.
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10.2
11
Network settings
Note
Use the 1-way remote control for Station management and Network configuration.The 2-way
remote control cannot be used for these tasks.
You can add
and/or
needs as follows:
to your existing home network. Set your network according to your
Type
What you want
Simple network settings Add another
to
Connect to your PC for configuration management
Connect to internet for Gracenote® internet service
Advanced network
Connect to Wi-Fi home network
settings
Connect to wired home network
Expert network setting Connect to two different networks
11.1
Add Stations to Wi-Fi network of Center (
You can connect up to five
play the music library of
On
:
1 Check that
to
on
Go to
Section
Section
Section
Section
Section
Section
11.1
12
13
11.2
11.3
11.4
)
.When adding a
to the Wi-Fi network of
, you can
, or move music playback between
and
(see 6 HD).
is in HD source.
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Station Management (Mgnt) menu.
4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Add New Station.
> You will enter Installation Mode. Search for the new station starts.
Playback stops on the previously associated
if you are playing the HD source.
Tip
If five
are already connected, the option Add New Station is not available. In this case, please
delete another
first and then add the new
.
On
:
1 To enter Installation Mode
• On a new Station that is still unassociated with the Center:
a Power up new Station.
b Select language.
> Station enters automatic installation mode.
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On a Station that was already paired with another Center:
a Press MENU
b Select Installation mode
> Station enters automatic installation mode.
2 Disconnect the power plug of
> Display: Connecting to Center
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•
and then connect it to the power supply again.
3 On remote control, press MENU to enter Installation Mode.
> The following messages are shown in succession:
Center found
Connecting to Center...
On
:
4 Press STOP 9 when all the
are found.
> HD screen appears once
is connected to
11.1.1 Delete a Station (
.
)
1
Check that
is in HD source.
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Station Management (Mgnt) menu.
4 Press 3 or 4 and 2 to select Delete Station.
> The list of connected
will be displayed on
.
5
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select
6
Press 3 or 4 and 2 to select YES.
Network settings
you wish to delete.
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11.2
Connect to Wi-Fi (wireless) enabled home network
The Wi-Fi enable network is a Wi-Fi infrastructure network or a Wi-Fi enable home network with
a router.
Important! Connections that include a Wi-Fi router require that the router is switched on at
all times.
1
To connect
on
or
or
to a Wi-Fi enabled home network, start the Add Network procedure
respectively.
2
For music playback within the home network, see 9.3 UPnP Playback.
11.2.1 Network settings on Center (
)
Note
For WEP(Wired Equivalent Privacy) / WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key setting to secure your
network, always refer to the user manual of the Router.WPA is the newest and strongest
encryption method. If this is not available (generally for older devices) choose WEP.
On
, search for networks:
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Network, then Wireless.
> Display: Searching for Networks…
List of networks appears. (Network Not Found appears if no network is found.)
3
Select the Wi-Fi network where your desired UPnP device is located.
4
Press 2 to continue.
5
If you already know the WEP/WPA Use the 1-way remote control
key for the Wi-Fi network:
to enter the WEP or WPA key.
If there is no WEP/WPA key for the Press OK to skip.
Wi-Fi network:
6
In screen Set IP Mode, select Automatic
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Press OK to
confirm.
Network settings
As prompted, select Yes to apply the settings.
is connected to the Wi-Fi home network.
might be disconnected from the Wi-Fi network of
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.
Tip
• To add
to the network of
, follow the steps under user manual section 3.1 Installation:
Install Center
and Station
.
• If you change the WEP/WPA key after you have added the WACS7500 into your home network,
the connection between the WACS7500 and your home network will be lost. In this case, please
restart WACS7500
and
in order to refresh the IP update.
Applicable if you already have a wireless network (hub/switch/router).
Router
www
Wireless
11.2.2 Set network on Station (
)
1
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Network, then Wireless.
3 Press 2 to continue.
> Display: Searching for Networks…
List of networks appears. (Network Not Found appears if no network is found.)
4
Select the Wi-Fi network where your desired UPnP device is located.
5
Press 2 to continue.
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6
If you already know the WEP/WPA Use the 1-way remote control
key for the Wi-Fi network:
to enter the WEP or WPA key.
If there is no WEP/WPA key for the Press OK to skip.
Wi-Fi network:
7
Select Automatic.
8
As prompted, select YES to apply the settings.
is connected to the Wi-Fi home network.
will be disconnected from the Wi-Fi network of
11.3
Press OK to
confirm.
.
Connect to wired home network
The wired home network can be a single PC, a PC network, another
or
.
and
can both access the wired and wireless home network at the same time. Using the
supplied Ethernet cable, you can connect
or a
separately to a wired network while
maintaining its Wi-Fi connection (e.g. the Wi-Fi connection between
and on or more
, or
the Wi-Fi connection with a home network). In this way, you can opt to play the music library of
the wired network only on
or a single
(UPnP playback).
At the same time, you can still enjoy all the music playback features on the Wi-Fi network.
11.3.1 Set network on Center (
)
1
Check that the network device is switched on.
2
Connect supplied Ethernet cable to Ethernet ports on network device and
3
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Network, then Wired.
5
Press 2 to continue.
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.
Network settings
In Set IP Mode screen: If you are using a DHCP* enabled network device, select Automatic.
*
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It is a protocol for assigning dynamic IP
addresses to devices on a network.
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11.3.2 Set network on Station (
)
If there is no DHCP:
1 Select Static and assign an IP address and subnet mask as prompted, using the alphanumeric
keys (see 4.4 Prepare: Alphanumeric keys).
2 As prompted, select YES to apply the settings.
>
is connected to the external wired network.
On the display, the icon
changes to .
Applicable if you already have a wired home network (hub/switch/router).
Router
www
Wired
Tip
You can connect
or
directly to your PC using the supplied Ethernet cable and the
Wireless Audio Device Manager (WADM) in the supplied PC Suite CD. For details, see section
12 Connect to your PC.
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11.4
Connect to two different home networks
WACS7500 can be added into two different home networks via wired and wireless network ports.
Note that the IP addresses of the two different network ports cannot be in one subnet:WACS7500
has no router function and cannot determine which port to use.
Note
Once
is added to the Wi-Fi network, all Wi-Fi ad-hoc connections with the WAC7500 will be
shut down.
Applicable if you have two home networks.
Once a
is added to the Wi-Fi (wireless) home network, the Wi-Fi wireless connection of this
particular
to the
will be shut down. However
may still maintain its Wi-Fi ad-hoc
connection with one or more other
.
WACS7500 cannot shadow the IP of a network device that is not activated. Please be careful of the
IP address settings to avoid IP address conflict between the wired and Wi-Fi ports.
11.5
View connection status
11.5.1 View Station (
) status in Wi-Fi network of Center (
1
Check that
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Station Management (Mgnt) menu.
is in HD source.
4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Station Status.
> A list of connected
or previously connected
is displayed on the
5
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)
.
Press 2 to view the connection information.
Network settings
1
Check that
or
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
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11.5.2 Viewing the connection with home network
is in HD source.
3 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Information menu.
> The display shows: System, Wireless and Wired.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Wireless or Wired.
• Wi-Fi: information about the Wi-Fi settings.
• Ethernet: information about the Ethernet settings.
11.6
Connect to Internet
Important! Make sure that no dial-up, user name or password is required for the Internet
access.
Check that you have connected
to an Access Point or Router with Internet access or connect
to an ADSL modem with internet access directly.
Set DNS and Gateway
If you are using a DHCP* enabled Access Point, Router or ADSL modem, the DNS and
Gateway can be obtained automatically, so you need only to set
to Automatic
(DHCP):
1
Press MENU.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Settings followed by Network.
3
Select Wired or Wireless.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Automatic (DHCP).
*
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. It is a protocol for assigning dynamic IP
addresses to devices on a network.
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The following steps show how to get DNS and Gateway settings of the current
network from the PC connected to the same network:
1
On your PC, click Start > Run
2
Type cmd and click OK
3
Type ipconfig/all
4
Write down the DNS and Gateway of the current connection.
On
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Network, then Wired.
3
Press 2 to continue.
Set DNS
1 Enter the DNS server you wrote down.
2
Press OK to confirm.
3
Press OK to skip Set DNS2.
Tip
If necessary, follow Steps 1 and 2 above to set a secondary DNS server in Set DNS2.
Set Gateway
1 Enter the Gateway you wrote down.
2
Press OK to confirm.
Set proxy
1 If you are using a proxy server to visit websites, enable Proxy and proceed with the proxy
setting as prompted, then press OK to confirm Otherwise, press OK to skip.
2 Choose to apply the settings as prompted.
> Settings will change.
Connection to station could be lost appears.
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Connect to your PC
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Minimum PC requirements:
• Windows 2000 SP4 (or above) / XP SP2 / Vista
• Pentium III 500MHz processor or higher
• 256MB RAM
• CD-ROM drive
• Ethernet adapter, enabled (for wired connection) - or
• Wireless network adapter 802.11 b/g (for wireless connection)
• 500MB free hard disk space
Install WADM (Philips Wireless Audio Device Manager, see 17 FAQ)
1 Insert the PC Suite CD into the PC.
2
Follow the instructions on the PC to install WADM.
3
When the security alert message (Microsoft Windows Firewall) pops up, press Unblock to
allow the WADM application to run on the PC.
> The Microsoft Windows Firewall is still effective and only allows the WADM to run.
Tip
You can also consult the user manual of the Microsoft Windows Firewall and manually add the
WADM application to your list of programs that are safe to run.
4
Select language and accept license terms.
5 On the Welcome screen, click Next.
> The installation process starts automatically.
6
When installation is completed, click Quit.
Connect Center to PC (Wired connection)
Use the supplied orange Ethernet cable to connect the WAC7500 to your PC. (Make sure that the
Ethernet port on your PC is enabled to establish WADM connection).
Router
www
Wired
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Launch WADM
1 Double click WADM.
2
If your Center appears, continue with step 6.
3
If your Center is not found, select Connection Wizard.
4
In Connection Wizard screen, select Express Mode.
5
Click Next and follow the instructions.
6
Select your Center from the list and click Connect now.
Connect Center to PC (Wireless connection)
Enable your wireless Access Point or Wireless Router.
Configure Network from Center: Select Menu > Settings > Network > Wireless (select
desired Network) > (enter encryption key) > Automatic > Apply Settings > Yes
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Launch for Windows XP or Vista:
1 Double click WADM.
2 A list of discovered Centers appears.
3 If your Center appears, continue with step 6.
4 If your Center is not found, select Connection Wizard.
5 In Connection Wizard screen, select Express Mode.
6 Click Next and follow the instructions.
7 Select your Center from the list and click Connect now.
Tip
• If the IP configuration of Center is not in the default range (Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0; IP address:
172.31.x.x), select Connection Wizard > Express Mode. Enter the current IP configuration of
Center as prompted. Press MENU and select Information > Wired to check IP configuration.
• When WADM is running, Internet access of your PC may be disabled. Close WADM to restore
access.
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13
Gracenote® CD Information
The Gracenote® music recognition service provides the set with CD track information (including
album, artist, genre, track information) from its built-in database. It allows the recorded CD tracks
to be properly categorized (for example, under Artists, Albums, Genres or All tracks) and be
merged with the existing tracks in the hard disk.
13.1
Gracenote® music recognition database
A 800 MB CD database (contains 800,000 most popular CDs) is embedded in every
for quick
look-up on track information. An update file that contains newly released CDs is available quarterly
on www.club.philips.com for download.
13.1.1 Update Gracenote® music recognition database
Use your PC to register your product on www.club.philips.com and go to ‘Show Upgrades &
Support’ page to download Gracenote® Music recognition database update. Note that the updates
are posted quarterly and new updates are independent from old updates, i.e. a new update can be
installed, even without the previous update.
After storing the file on your PC, you can either burn a CD with the update file using your favorite
CD burning software and drop the CD into
for automatic update, or you can use the
Gracenote® update option of WADM if you have connected your PC to
.
13.2
Gracenote® Internet Queries
If the CD track information of your new CD disc cannot be displayed on the WACS7500, the
quickest and surest solution is to ensure you have followed the steps in 11.6 Connect to
Internet and follow 13.2.1 Look up track information.
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Gracenote® CD Information
When an internet connection present (see 11.6 Connect to Internet), insert the CD of which
you require the information (insert disc into loader slot of
with graphics facing you).
Searching start immediately.The system will search the local Gracenote® CD database first. If the
CD track information cannot be found, the online search will start.The search results are shown on
the display of
.
Tip
If the internet query failed due to a disruption in the internet connection, the error message ‘Check
the internet setup for CD Database on-line’ will appear.
Check if your internet connection is correct (see 11.6 Connect to Internet).
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13.2.1 Look up CD track information
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Firmware Upgrade
14.1
Upgrade firmware
The supplied PC Installer CD Wireless Audio Device Manager (WADM) helps you get the upgrades
for WACS7500 Center and Station.
Important!
On Philips Wireless Music
/
:
• Never interrupt the firmware upgrading before its completion.
• Never operate other functions before finishing the installation.
1
Register your Philips Wireless Music Center with www.club.philips.com.
2
Download the firmware upgrade files and store them on your PC.
3
Place
and
side by side on a level and sturdy surface.
4 Connect
and
to power supply.
> HD screen appears on
.
HD screen appears on
when the
is connected to
.
5
Connect
to your PC via the supplied Ethernet cable.
6
Install and launch WADM (see section 12 Connect to your PC).
7
Click to enter the Firmware upgrade submenu.
8
As prompted, click Browse and indicate the location where you kept the firmware upgrade
files on PC.
9
Click Apply to start upgrading firmware.
On Philips Wireless Music Center (
):
The display shows ‘Updating firmware, please wait...’.
will reboot itself during the installation process.
When
returns to HD screen, the installation is completed…
On Philips Wireless Music Station ( ):
Installation starts automatically
When
returns to HD screen, the installation is completed.
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Firmware upgrade
Restore previous firmware
After the firmware of
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14.2
is upgraded, you can restore it to its previous version as desired.
On
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Firmware, then Restore firmware.
3
Press 2 to select Yes.
After upgrading or restoring the firmware of
between
and
.
14.3
, you need to reestablish the Wi-Fi connection
Re-establish Wi-Fi network of Center (
) and Stations (
)
On
:
1 Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
2
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Station Mgnt menu.
3 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Add New Station.
> Searching for Stations starts.
On
:
1 Disconnect the power plug of
and then connect them to the power supply again.
> Connecting to Center appears.
2
Press MENU on the remote control to enter the selection screen of Installation Mode and
Select Server.
3 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Installation Mode.
> Stations start to connect to
.
4
Press STOP 9 on
Reset
when all
are found.
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Reset
You can restore
or
to the default settings (including network settings).
When to reset
• Reset
or
or
:
to reestablish Wi-Fi connection between
• Reset
network.
to change the way
or
or
and
.
connects to a Wi-Fi enabled / wired home
1
Check that the set is switched on (see 5 Basic functions).
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Settings followed by Restore settings.
4 Press 2 to select Yes.
> The set is rebooted.
Language selection screen appears.
5 Select your desired language: English, Français, Español, Nederlands, Italiano or Deutsch.
> The set enters Installation Mode.
The search for
or
starts.
The Wi-Fi connection is being reestablished.
If the
is reset and
are not reset:
1 On the
, disconnect the power plug and connect them to the power supply again.
2
Connecting to Center appears.
3
On the remote control, press MENU to enter menu screen.
4
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Installation Mode.
5
start to connect to
.
If a
is reset and
is not reset:
1 On
, select HD mode.
2
Press MENU to enter the menu screen.
3
Use 3 or 4 and 2 to enter Station Management (Mgnt) menu.
4 Use 3 or 4 and 2 to select Add New Station.
> Searching for Stations starts.
If
and
are reset:
1 Select language and then enter Installation Mode.
2
Press STOP 9 on
when all
are found.
Tip
• Restoring to default settings does not delete any stored music tracks.
• After restoration to default settings, the network mode will return to ad-hoc mode.
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Technical data
16.1
Center
General
AC Power
Voltage information is
printed on the back or
the underside of the
WACS7500.
Dimensions (w x h x d)616x272x172mm
Weight (Net)
approx. 8.8kg
Power consumption
Active
<45W
Standby
< 22W
Eco Power Standby
< 1W
Amplifier
Output power
Frequency response
Signal-to-noise ratio
2x20+40W(RMS)
60-20,000Hz, - 3dB
72 dBA (IEC)
Speakers
Tweeter
Power
20W RMS / 30 W
music
Frequency response 5 KHz - 20 KHz
Sensitivity
76 dB / m / W
Impedance
6 Ω (Ohms)
Dimensions (w x h) 72 x 42 mm
Midrange
Power
20W RMS / 30 W
music
Frequency response 130 Hz - 5 KHz
Sensitivity
76 dB / m / W
Impedance
6 Ω (Ohms)
Dimensions (w x h) 75 x 75 mm
Subwoofer
Power
50W RMS / 75 W
music
Frequency response 75Hz - 500 Hz
Sensitivity
83dB / m / W
Impedance
12 Ω (Ohms)
Dimensions (Ø)
125mm
Headphones
Impedance
16-150 Ω (Ohms)
Input sensitivity
AUX IN
500mV
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Wireless
Wireless standard
Wireless security
Frequency range
802.11g, backwards
compatible to 802.11b
WEP (64 or 128
bit),WPA/WPA2 (8-63
characters)
2412-2462MHz (CH1CH11)
Wired (LAN / Ethernet)
Wired standard
802.3 / 802.3u
Speed
10 / 100MBit/s
Mode
half / full duplex
Crossover detection (Auto MDIX)
Yes
Tuner
FM wave range
Number of presets
FM antenna/cable
87.5-108MHz
60
COAX / Dipole-antenna
(75W IEC-connector)
HD player
Frequency range
60-20,000Hz, -3dB
Signal-to-noise ratio 72dBA (IEC)
MPEG 1 Layer 3 (MP3-CD)
MPEG AUDIO
MP3-CD bit rate
32-320kbps,VBR
WMA bit rate
up to 160kbps
Sampling frequencies 32, 44.1, 48kHz
HD storage capacity 80GB*
Recording quality
128, or 160, or 192, or
256, or 320kbps
Recording speed
1x, 4x
CDDB (CD recognition database)
internal Gracenote® /
online access enabled
*
Actual formatted capacity will be less
USB player
USB
12Mb/s,V1.1
(support MP3,WMA and
M4A files)
USB class
MSC, MTP
Number of tracks/titles maximum 9999
Specifications and external appearance are subject to change without notice.
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16.2
Station
General
AC Power
Voltage information is
printed on the back or
the underside of the
WACS7500.
Dimensions (w x h x d)
387x272x128mm
Weight (Net)
approx. 3.6kg
Power consumption
Active
<25W
Standby
< 20W
Eco Power Standby
< 1W
Wireless
Wireless standard
Wireless security
Frequency range
802.11g, backwards
compatible to 802.11b
WEP (64 or 128
bit),WPA/WPA2 (8-63
characters)
2412-2462MHz (CH1CH11)
Wired (LAN / Ethernet)
Wired standard
802.3 / 802.3u
Speed
10 / 100MBit/s
Mode
half / full duplex
Crossover detection (Auto MDIX)
Yes
Amplifier
Output power
Frequency response
Signal-to-noise ratio
2x7.5+15W(RMS)
60-20,000Hz, - 3dB
72 dBA (IEC)
Speakers
Full range
Power
Frequency response
Sensitivity
Impedance
Dimensions (w x h)
10W RMS / 15W music
150Hz - 20 KHz
75 dB / m / W
4 Ω (Ohms)
75 x 75 mm
Woofer
Power
Frequency response
Sensitivity
Impedance
Dimensions (Ø)
Impedance
10W RMS / 15W music
120Hz - 400Hz
77dB / m / W
14 Ω (Ohms)
64mm
12 Ω (Ohms)
Headphones
Impedance
16-150 Ω (Ohms)
12Mb/s,V1.1
(support MP3,WMA and
M4A files)
USB class
MSC, MTP
Number of tracks/titles maximum 9999
Input sensitivity
AUX IN
500mV
Specifications and external appearance
are subject to change without notice.
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Tuner
FM wave range
Number of presets
FM antenna/cable
87.5-108MHz
60
COAX / Dipole-antenna
(75W IEC-connector)
HD player
Frequency range
60-20,000Hz, -3dB
Signal-to-noise ratio 72dBA (IEC)
MPEG 1 Layer 3 (MP3-CD)
MPEG AUDIO
MP3-CD bit rate
32-320kbps,VBR
WMA bit rate
up to 160kbps
Sampling frequencies 32, 44.1, 48kHz
USB player
USB
Technical data
Frequently asked questions
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17
Attention!
• Never try to repair the system yourself as this will invalidate the warranty. Do not open the
system as there is a risk of electric shock.
• If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair. If you
are unable to resolve a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or Philips for
help.
Problem
During the first-time setup, the
display on
shows ‘Searching for
Center’.
Solution
• Check that you have placed
and
side on a level and sturdy surface.
• Check that you have connected
supply.
side by
to the power
• When adding a new
, check that
is in
Installation mode (see 11.1 Network settings:
Add Stations to Wi-Fi network of Center
).
• Turn off any nearby wireless access points if you
encounter difficulty connecting
and
.
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89
Problem
I get interference on my wireless
(Wi-Fi) link between
and
.
The WACS7500 operates in the 2.4GHz
radio frequency spectrum. Many other
household/IT devices also operate in this
frequency spectrum, for example:
microwave ovens, Dect phones, bluetooth
devices like bluetooth headphones,
computer mouses, wireless routers,
cordless phones,Wi-Fi compatible
printers, PDAs.These devices can
interfere with the Wi-Fi link between
and
, resulting in interference such as
pause during playback, slow response to
my operation, etc.The severity of
interference varies depending on the
extent of radiation from the device and
the strength of Wi-Fi signals in that
position.
Solution
• If you are playing the set, stop playback and take the
appropriate measures as follows:
• Keep
devices.
or
at least 3 meters away from such
• Use the WEP/WPA key when connecting
and
to an existing wireless PC network.To set
WEP/WPA key, connect
/
to your PC using
Philips Wireless Audio Device Manager (WADM) in
the supplied PC Suite CD. In the WADM device
configuration, enter the Wireless Network submenu,
and in Device Wireless Authentication Type, select
WEP or WPA.
• Change operating channel of
and
when
connecting them to an existing wireless PC network.
To change channels, connect
/
to your PC
using Philips Wireless Audio Device Manager
(WADM) in the supplied PC Suite CD. In the
WADM Device configuration, enter the SSID of your
Wireless Network, and select ad-hoc mode. See the
section 12 Connect to your PC and the WADM
help file.
• If possible, change the operating channels of the
other Wi-Fi devices in your home.
• Turn the devices in different directions to minimize
interference.
Stations react when you operate the • The remote control for
is powerful enough to
remote control of
.
operate several
within a certain distance or
angle. Check that you have placed
in different
rooms or place them at different angles.
• Use the remote control for
the set.
‘x’ flashes on the synchronous
display of the remote control of
90
or the controls on
Signal error. Check that you have pointed the remote
. control towards the IR sensor of the set you wish to
operate.
Frequently asked questions
The remote control does not
function properly.
Solution
You have switched on the set with the y button on
the set and not the y button on the 2-way remote
control. Press REFRESH on center’s 2-way remote
control to synchronize its display.
• Reduce the distance between the remote control
and the set.
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Problem
Nothing appears on the synchronous
display of the 2-way remote control
of
even after the set is switched
on.
• Insert the batteries with correct polarity (+/- as
indicated inside the compartment).
• Replace the batteries.
• Point the remote control directly towards the IR
sensor.
The screen of
is stuck in a menu Please first try to press y to go to power-saving mode.
or shows no response for a long
If the problem persists, restart the power (disconnect
period of time (2-5 minutes).
and reconnect the mains plug) to reset
.
‘No Disc’ / ‘Cannot read CD’ is
displayed.
• Insert a suitable disc.
• Check if the disc is inserted with the graphics side
(label) facing you.
• Wait for the moisture condensation on the lens to
clear.
• Replace or clean the disc, see 1.5 Maintenance.
• Use a finalized CD-RW or CD-R.
Sound cannot be heard or is of poor • Adjust the volume.
quality.
• Disconnect the headphones.
• Switch off MUTE.
The disc skips tracks.
• Replace or clean disc.
• Switch off SHUFFLE.
Sound skips during MP3/WMA
playback.
• The MP3/WMA file may be made at a compression
level exceeding 320kbps. Use a lower compression
level to rip audio CD tracks.
• Replace or clean disc.
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Problem
Some files on the USB device are
not displayed.
Solution
• Check if the number of folders exceeds 99 or the
number of titles exceeds 999.
• Only completely recorded MP3/WMA files can be
found and played by WACS7500. Check if the file has
been recorded completely.
Radio reception is poor.
• DRM-protected WMA files cannot be played on
WACS7500.
• If the signal is too weak, adjust the antenna or
connect an external antenna for better reception.
• Increase the distance between the set and your TV
or VCR.
There is interference on the radio
• Install the supplied FM wire antenna for better
reception whenever the
or
is reception.
near my PC. (Such interference
happens to most built-in tuner
• Keep
or
at least 1 meter away from your
products.)
PC.
How do I mount
to the wall?
Use the supplied wall mounting kit for Station. It is
recommended that you consult qualified personnel to
mount the bracket safely to your wall before you
install Station. For details, refer to Appendix: How to
mount Station ( ) to a wall.
Some WADM functions cannot be
Your anti-virus software might affect the running of the
used.
WADM.Turn off your anti-virus software temporarily.
I edited ID3 tags in WADM, but the • Go to File > Refresh Content to refresh the
screen does not show the updated
WADM.
ID3 tags.What shall I do?
• Restart WADM.
Backup function no longer works.
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The previously backed up file was deleted in Windows
Explorer. Do not delete the file this way. If you want to
delete the backup file, please use WADM to manage. If
the backup file is accidentally deleted, please find the
file named YOURMAC.inx by using your Explorer
search tool and then delete it. Only after that you can
do backups again.
Frequently asked questions
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Problem
Solution
I have problems installing WADM or • Please make sure your Operating System is either
launching WADM after installation.
Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 and above, or
Windows XP.
• Please check if your PC has a virus.
Wireless upgrade of
Frequently asked questions
failed.
• Please make sure your PC has the Microsoft
Windows Media Player installed.
Upgrade
via Ethernet cable following steps below:
1
Connect
to your PC via the supplied Ethernet
cable and power on the Station.
2
Download the firmware upgrade file specified for
.
3
Launch WADM and click Firmware upgrade.
4
Follow the on-screen information to complete the
remaining steps.
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Problem
Solution
I have done all the steps described in • On
, go to Menu > Information > Wireless
Connect to PC guide to connect my
> Status. Check that
has been changed from
WACS7500 to my home wireless
ad-hoc to infrastructure mode. Also check that the
network, but
and
are still
SSID,WEP key, or WPA key matches the setup of
not connected to each other.
your wireless home network. Do the same on
.
• Try to change the SSID on your router to a more
unique name if it is too generic, as your neighbors
might be using a router with the same SSID.
• WACS7500 supports wireless and wired connection
at the same time.There is a chance that your
wireless IP address and wired IP address are on the
same subnet and this will confuse WACS7500.
Suggest to change the DHCP range of your wireless
router so that the wireless IP received by
WACS7500 is on a different subnet from its wired
IP.
• You may have forgotten to set up the wireless
network settings on
. If you have not done so,
follow the section 12 Connect to PC on how to
set up
to join the network.
• Try to change the channel of your home network
settings on the router.
• On your router, we suggest that you use WPA key
instead of WEP key.When you use WEP as your
encryption key, set all 4 keys to be the same.
• Make sure that the Turbo mode of your wireless
router is switched off (if your router is has this
function).
I see the message ‘Check the
• Go to Menu > Network > Internet to check if
internet setup for CD Database onyour DNS server is correctly set up. Also make sure
line’ even though I am sure that the
that you have set up the proxy server if your home
WACS7500 is connected to my
wireless network needs a proxy server for internet
home wireless network with
connection.
internet connection.
• There is a chance that you are already successfully
connected to Gracenote® online, but your CD is
not in their database.
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Frequently asked questions
Appendix
18.1
How to mount Station (
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18
) to a wall
Important!
• The wall mounting instructions are intended for qualified installation personnel only!
• Request for qualified installation personnel to carry out the wall mounting which includes
drilling the holes, fixing the bracket, and mounting
to the bracket.
Mount
and use
free standing.
18.1.1 What’s in the supplied mounting kit
1 x mounting bracket for
2 x screws
18.1.2 What else you’ll need
• Suitable screws and wall anchors for each of the holes in the provided mounting bracket.
• Electric drill
• Screwdriver
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95
18.1.3 Preparation
Try the necessary rear connections and the Wi-Fi connections between
find a suitable location for installation/mounting (see 3 Installation).
AND
in order to
Important!
To avoid the risk of injury and damage to property as well as to the product:
• Check for supply lines (gas, water, electricity, etc.) before drilling holes.
• Assess the type of screws necessary to bear Station.
• Choose the right drill and bit for the type of wall to drill the holes.
• Take all other precautions to be observed when carrying out this type of mounting/installation
job.
18.1.4 Mounting Station
You can mount Station to the wall using the provided bracket.
1
Align the bracket in the chosen location on a wall. Use a pencil to mark the drilling positions.
2
Drill the holes as marked.
3
Fix the bracket to the wall using suitable screws (not provided) and wall anchors (not provided)
for all the holes provided in the wall mounting bracket.
4
Use a screwdriver and fasten the supplied screws to
5
Hook / mount
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as shown.
in place as shown.
Appendix
End-User License Agreement
USE OF THIS PRODUCT IMPLIES ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS BELOW
Gracenote® MusicID® Terms of Use
This device contains software from Gracenote, Inc. of Emeryville, California (‘Gracenote’).The
software from Gracenote (the ‘Gracenote Software’) enables this application to carry out online disc
identification and obtain music related information, including name, artist, track, and title information
(‘Gracenote Data’) from online servers (‘Gracenote Servers’) and to perform other functions.You
may use Gracenote Data only by means of the intended end user functions of this device.
You agree that you will use Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote Servers for
your own personal non commercial use only.You agree not to assign, copy, transfer, or transmit the
Gracenote Software or any Gracenote Data to any third party.YOU AGREE NOT TO USE OR
EXPLOIT GRACENOTE DATA,THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE, OR GRACENOTE SERVERS,
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED HEREIN.
You agree that your non exclusive license to use the Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and
Gracenote Servers will terminate if you violate these restrictions. If your license terminates, you
agree to cease any and all use of the Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and Gracenote
Servers. Gracenote reserves all rights in Gracenote Data, the Gracenote Software, and the
Gracenote Servers, including all ownership rights. Under no circumstances will Gracenote become
liable for any payment to you for any information that you provide.You agree that Gracenote, Inc.
may enforce its rights under this Agreement against you directly in its own name.
The Gracenote MusicID Service uses a unique identifier to track queries for statistical purposes.
The purpose of a randomly assigned numeric identifier is to allow the Gracenote MusicID service
to count queries without knowing anything about who you are. For more information, see the web
page for the Gracenote Privacy Policy for the Gracenote MusicID Service.
The Gracenote Software and each item of Gracenote Data are licensed to you ‘AS IS’. Gracenote
makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding the accuracy of any
Gracenote Data from in the Gracenote Servers. Gracenote reserves the right to delete data from
the Gracenote Servers or to change data categories for any cause that Gracenote deems sufficient.
No warranty is made that the Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers are error-free or that
functioning of Gracenote Software or Gracenote Servers will be uninterrupted. Gracenote is not
obligated to provide you with new enhanced or additional data types or categories that Gracenote
may provide in the future and is free to discontinue its online services at any time.
GRACENOTE DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE,TITLE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. GRACENOTE DOES NOT WARRANT THE
RESULTS THAT WILL BE OBTAINED BY YOUR USE OF THE GRACENOTE SOFTWARE OR ANY
GRACENOTE SERVER. IN NO CASE WILL GRACENOTE BE LIABLE FOR ANY
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR LOST
REVENUES.
© Gracenote 2006
Version 2.2
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INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This “bolt of lightning” indicates uninsulated material within your unit may
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everyone in your household, please do not
remove product covering.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or
electric shock, this apparatus should not be
exposed to rain or moisture and objects
filled with liquids, such as vases, should not
be placed on this apparatus.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock,
match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully
insert.
ATTENTION: Pour éviter les choc électriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la
fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
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Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the rear of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
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ONE (1) YEAR
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Philips warrants the product to the original purchaser or the person receiving the product as a gift against defects in materials and
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that is new or which has been manufactured from new, or serviceable used parts and is at least functionally equivalent or most
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Philips warrants replacement products or parts provided under
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