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We hope you enjoy your hdd
Please visit www.philips.com/support
and enter your product name to view:
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Nederlands
Italiano
Português
Svenska
· FAQ, Frequently Asked Questions
· Latest user manuals
· Latest computer software downloads
· Firmware upgrade files
Since it is possible for you to upgrade your product,
we recommend that you register your product on
www.philips.com/register so we can inform you as soon as
new free upgrades become available.
The typeplate is at the back of the set.
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Quick start
1 Charge the battery
Connect the supplied multi-voltage adapter/charger
to the 5V DC jack on hdd and the main power supply.
Charge 1 hour for fast charge or 4 hours for 100% battery
power. (Battery life may vary according to use.)
2 Install music software
Insert the supplied CD into your PC's CD-ROM drive.
Follow screen instructions to complete installation.
ATTENTION! WINDOWS 98 USERS:
To avoid installation problems, DO NOT CONNECT hdd to the PC until AFTER
installation completes.
3 Connect your hdd and PC
Connect your hdd to your PC using the supplied
USB cable, with hdd powered by supplied adapter.
The USB connection screen will automatically appear.
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4 Organize and transfer music
Launch your music software from Windows desktop
or Start menu.
Organize your music.
Transfer music files from your PC to your hdd.
➯ TIP
Detailed information is given in selected music software’s Help.
5 Safely disconnect hdd
Exit your music software.
Disconnect hdd safely from your PC by clicking
on the
task bar to avoid file error.
(WINDOWS 98SE users: there is no
icon.
Simply disconnect hdd after file transfer completes.)
6 Enjoy music on the go
Press and hold 2; to switch on hdd.
Use scroll controls to browse and press 2; to enjoy music!
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Left
Right
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Overview of controls and connections
1 p
Headphones jack
2 USB
USB cable connector
3 5V DC
AC converter jack
4 VOLUME + / –
Volume control
5 MENU/HOLD
For menu options / key locking / preset tuning
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6 SOURCE
For music library / Radio
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7 2;
On / Off and Play / Pause
8 2
Right
9 4 / 2™
Next / Fast forward / SuperScroll™
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Left
! 3 / ¡1
Previous / Rewind / SuperScroll™
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Music mode: playback
1 Press SOURCE and select HDD to enter the music mode.
2 Press 3 to scroll up or 4 to scroll down for your option.
Press 2 for next or 1 for previous levels of library.
3 Press 2; to play or pause your selection.
➯ TIP
The 2;, 3 and 4, keys are multi-functional.They work according to how you
press them: press halfway down, press down fully, or press and hold.
Understanding hdd display
hdd has an intuitive display to show various information:
Battery level indicator
DC power connected
Music mode
Radio mode
Playlist
Album
Genres
Artists
All tracks
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Previous menu / library level available
Equalizer (EQ)
>
Next menu / library level available
Repeat once
Repeat all
Shuffle
Dynamic Bass Boost selected
Option available for selection
Option selected
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Using hdd controls
Troubleshooting
Control to press
Reset hdd
Press and hold 3 + [VOLUME +]
Restore hdd factory settings
Press MENU/HOLD; scroll to Restore settings.
Press 2 to confirm
Basic Operation
Controls to press
Switch hdd on / off
Press and hold 2;
Call up library options
Press 1 from the playscreen
Radio mode
Press SOURCE to select Radio from root menu
Lock keys / release locks on hdd
Press and hold MENU/HOLD
Go to different levels of menu
Press 2 for next and 1 for previous
Scrolling and browsing
3, 4, 1, 2 for up, down, left, right
Play music
Highlight selection and press 2;
Pause music
Press 2; during playback
Fast forward in a track
Press halfway down and hold 4
Rewind in a track
Press halfway down and hold 3
Change volume
Press VOLUME + / –
Play next or previous track
Press fully down 4 for next and 3 for previous
SuperScroll™
Press 3 or 4 fully down and hold
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Customizing settings
1 Press MENU/HOLD for settings options. Press 3 to scroll up or 4 to scroll down for
your option. Press 2 for next or 1 for previous levels of menu.
2 Press 2 to confirm your selection by checking
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3 Press MENU/HOLD or 1 to exit the menu display. Options for each setting are shown on
hdd's display.
Advanced settings and actions
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Repeat / Shuffle
Play music tracks randomly (Shuffle) and / or repeatedly (Repeat)
DBB
Enable or disable Dynamic Bass Boost
Sleep timer
Set time to switch off hdd
Equalizer
Adjust sound settings
[>] key shortcut
Adjust 2 key actions during playback (Default: Repeat & Shuffle)
Display
Adjust time for display to go dark and contrast level
Auto shutdown
Set time for switching off hdd automatically to save battery power
Language
Set hdd display language
Information
Display hdd information
Restore settings
Restore hdd factory settings in case of trouble shooting
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Radio mode: Automatic tuning
(for radio models only)
1 Press SOURCE and select Radio to enter the radio mode.
Any music playback will stop as you enter the radio mode.
2 Press SOURCE and select Autosearching to automatically
select the 10 strongest radio stations. Press any key to abort.
3 Press 3 to scroll up or 4 to scroll down for your preset.
4 Highlight your preset and wait for 2 seconds.
You can now listen to the selected preset.
Radio mode: Manual tuning
(for radio models only)
1 Press SOURCE and select Radio to enter the radio mode.
Any music playback will stop as you enter the radio mode.
2 Press 3 to scroll up or 4 to scroll down for your preset.
3 Press MENU/HOLD and select Manual tuning.
4 Press 4 or 3 to fine tune (tune step by step).
Wait for 2 seconds to abort, or press 1 to save your preset.
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Using hdd as an external hard disk
hdd can be used as an external hard disk for storage and transfer of any data files. Note that
music files transferred from the PC to hdd via Windows Explorer will not be able to play on
hdd. Please always use by-packed music software for music transfer.
➯ TIP
During USB connection, we recommend that you always use the supplied power
adapter to avoid loss of data.
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Environmental information
All redundant packaging has been omitted. We have done our utmost to make the packaging
easily separable into four materials: cardboard, polystyrene foam, PET and polyethylene.
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a specialized company.
Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging, exhausted batteries and
old equipment.
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Troubleshooting
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed in the following pages. For further help and
other troubleshooting tips, please also check out hdd FAQ at www.philips.com/support.
If you are unable to find a solution by following these hints, consult your dealer or
service center.
WARNING:
Do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock! Under no circumstances should you
try to repair the set yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty.
Q. My hdd does not respond.
Press and hold 3 + [VOLUME +] to reset. File contents e.g. your songs or
downloaded files on your hdd is not affected when resetting in this way.
Q. My hdd has short playback time.
Over time, the internal rechargeable battery will become weaker. It is replaceable.
Please contact your nearest Philips Service Center for a battery replacement.
Q. My hdd shows this [file error] icon.
You have a file error: system files may be missing or there is a format error on hdd.
To remedy, please connect hdd to your PC and to the main power supply and
start DMM. The database will be recreated automatically.
Q. My hdd shows this [disk error] icon.
You have a serious error with your hdd, possibly caused by a faulty hard disk drive.
Please consult your dealer or service center.
Q. How do I know which firmware version I have?
Scroll for Menu ➔Settings ➔Information to display "FW vers:".
Q. How do I know how much free space I have?
Scroll for Menu ➔Settings ➔Information to display "Free:". Otherwise, you can
check this with DMM from the status bar.
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Safety and maintenance
To get the most from your product, please also refer to the Safety &
Warranty booklet supplied with this device for important safety instructions.
About operating and storage temperatures
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Operate hdd in a place where the temperature is always between 0 and 35º C
(32 to 95º F).
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Store hdd in a place where the temperature is always between -20 and 45º C
(-4 to 113º F).
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Battery life of hdd may shorten in low temperature conditions.
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Do not expose to excessive heat caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight.
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When you are using hdd, connecting it to your PC or charging the battery, it is
normal for hdd to become warm.The rear panel case functions as a cooling surface
that transfers heat from inside the unit to the cooler air outside.
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hdd is not recommended for using during vigorous exercising. hdd is not
shock-proof and may be damaged when subjected to excessive vibrations.
Using your headphones
Hearing safety
Listen at a moderate volume. Using headphones at high volume can impair your hearing.
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Traffic safety
Do not use while driving or cycling as you may cause an accident.
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Optimizing playback performance
We recommend to only use PHILIPS headphones for hdd. Music volume and / or quality
is not guaranteed for other non-PHILIPS headphones.
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Avoiding damage or malfunction
Backup your files. Please ensure that you retain the original files that you have down
loaded to hdd. Philips is not responsible for any loss of content if the product becomes
damaged or the hard disk not readable / legible.
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Manage (transfer, delete, etc.) your files only through by-packed music software
to avoid problems!
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Do not drop hdd or allow objects to fall on hdd.
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Do not allow hdd to be submersed in water. Do not expose connection jacks to water
as water entering the set may cause major damage.
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Clean hdd with a slightly damp cloth. Don't use any cleaning agents containing alcohol,
ammonia, benzene or abrasives as these may harm the finishing on hdd.
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Active mobile phones in the vicinity may cause interference to the device.
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Using the power adapter / charger
Use only the power adapter that came with hdd. Adapters for other electronic
devices may look similar, but they may damage hdd.
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The only way to shut off power completely to your power adapter/charger is to
disconnect it from the power source.
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Always leave space around your power adapter. Do not use this equipment in a location
where airflow around the power adapter is confined, such as a bookcase.
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When connecting or disconnecting your power adapter, always hold the power adapter by
its sides. Keep fingers away from the metal part of the plug.
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The power adapter for hdd is a high-voltage component and should not be opened for
any reason, even when hdd is off.
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Technical Specifications
System
Output power
Frequency response
THD
Equalizer
USB Connection
Display
Backlight
Battery
Lens
Encasing
Connections
Storage
Supported playback format
MP3
WMA
Sample rates
ID3-tag support
PC Connectivity
File Transfer
Music Transfer
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2 x 5mW (16 Ω)
20-20.000 Hz
0.01%- 0.1%
5-band DSP controlled
USB2.0 full speed
Black / White 128 x 96 pixels
White LED
Replaceable (by Philips service) 750mAh Li-Ion
hardened optical glass
Die-cast molded magnesium
Stereo headphone, Mini USB (B-type), DC charger input
Hard disk
1.0" micro HDD
8- 320 Kbps and VBR
32- 192 Kbps
8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 32, 44.1, 48
Yes
USB2.0 full speed
via Windows Explorer of data in general
via DMM / by-packed music software for music playback
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Power supply
Built-in 750 mAh Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) rechargeable battery, replaceable by a Philips Service Center
Multi-voltage AC adapter/charger AY3192
Battery playtime
10 hours using built-in rechargeable battery (4 hours fully charged, fast charge: 1 hour)
Battery life may vary according to use.
Power Consumption
Shutdown: less than 1.3 mW
Average operational (USB mode): 1.45W
Average operational (play mode): 250mW
* It is not advised to run hdd on battery power during USB connection
Tuner Frequency range
FM 87.5 - 108 MHz, 10 stations presets
(for radio models only)
General
Dimensions
54.3 (W) x 84.5 (L) x 18.3 (H) mm
2.2 (W) x 3.4 (L) x 0.7 (H) inch
Weight
93g (3.3oz)
PHILIPS reserves the right to make design and specification changes for
product improvement without prior notice.
Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority
to operate this device.
All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
All rights reserved.
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Copyright information
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Unauthorized duplication and distribution of Internet/CD recordings violate
copyright law and international treaties.You should use hdd and PHILIPS Digital
Media Manager (DMM) software for personal use only.
In the U.K and certain countries, the copying of material protected by copyright
may require the permission of the copyright holders.
Notice for the USA
Philips
HDD070
Note:
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 instruction manual, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Notice for Canada:
This Class B digital apparaatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Union.
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About Digital Media Manager (DMM)
Digital Media Manager contains all the necessary software components you need to work
properly with your player. These include:
- playlist creation
- MP3 / WMA transfer for playback on player
- paths and supporting link for DMM software and player firmware upgrades.
*Actual display varies with use
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Install DMM
1
Insert the supplied CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2
Follow screen instructions to begin and complete DMM installation.
3
Launch DMM to customize your settings when prompted to do so.
Select DMM’s display language*
Specify one or more music folder*
*Actual display varies with use
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Launch DMM (player connected)
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✔
Open the USB cover.
Connect your player to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
The USB connection screen will automatically appear.
TIP
Please refer to your computer’s manual for the exact position of your USB port.
Look for the USB symbol on the processing unit of your computer.
2
Launch DMM.
3
Organize your music and playlists in DMM.
4
Transfer your music from DMM to your player.
*Actual display varies with use
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2
*Actual display varies with use
The mainscreen (player connected)
1
MY MUSIC: displays the contents of your music folders; click on
2
PLAYER MUSIC: displays the contents of your player; click on
to minimize / maximize.
to minimize / maximize.
New playlist: creates a new playlist.
Import music: adds music or playlist.
Trash: deletes selection.
Edit ID3 tag: edits track information of selected track.
Search: searches for music from MY MUSIC and / or PLAYER MUSIC.
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2
3
*Actual display varies with use
Selector panel and content panel
1
Selector panel: arranges the display order of the content panel.
2
Content panel: displays the contents of MY MUSIC, highlight to drag from MY MUSIC
and drop to PLAYER MUSIC.
3
Scroll bar
4
Pull down menus
5
Text area: type your search criteria here.
6
: transfers highlighted tracks and / or playlists.
7
Header separator: resizes column width.
8
Memory indicator: shows available memory.
9
Resizing buttons: minimizes, maximizes DMM view / exit DMM.
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2
3
4
5
*Actual display varies with use
Indicators on the content panel
1
: expanded view, displays item contents in full.
2
: track / playlist not on the player.
3
4
5
Click to highlight an item.
Press <Delete> on your keyboard to delete the highlighted item.
: indicates track is playing by DMM.
: collapsed view: item contains more contents to display.
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Click and Transfer
1
Make sure your player is connected when you launch DMM.
2
Click and highlight an item (e.g. track, artist, album, genre, playlist).
3
4
Click on
computer to your player.
to copy your selection from your
Your selection is now transferred to your player.
✔
TIP
Press and hold <Ctrl> on your keyboard and click to select more than one item.
To select consecutive items, click the first item, press and hold <Shift> on your
keyboard, and then click the last item.
IMPORTANT: KEEP A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL FILES!
Please keep a copy of the original files transferred to your player. Philips is not
responsible for any loss of content if the player is damaged or not readable.
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Drag and Drop to Transfer
1
Make sure your player is connected when you launch DMM.
2
Click to highlight an item (e.g. track, artist, album, genre, playlist).
Drag the selection to PLAYER MUSIC or a specific playlist.
3
Your selection is now transferred to your drop destination.
✔
TIP
Press and hold <Ctrl> on your keyboard and click to select more than one item.
To select consecutive items, click the first item, press and hold <Shift> on your
keyboard, and then click the last item.
IMPORTANT: KEEP A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL FILES!
Please keep a copy of the original files transferred to your player. Philips is not
responsible for any loss of content if the player is damaged or not readable.
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Add a Track to a Playlist by Drag and Drop
1
Click on a track.
2
Drag the selected track to a playlist.
3
Hold the mouse button and move your selection to a destination playlist.
4
Your selected track is now in the playlist.
✔
TIP
Press and hold <Ctrl> on your keyboard and click to select more than one item.
To select consecutive items, click the first item, press and hold <Shift> on your
keyboard, and then click the last item.
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Create Playlists
1
Click on
2
Fill in the information in the pop up window.
3
Follow screen instructions to save your new playlist.
You can now drag more tracks to the new playlist.
to create a new playlist.
Import Playlists
1
Click on
to import a new playlist.
2
Fill in the information in the pop up window.
3
Follow screen instructions to import your new playlist.
You can now drag more tracks to the imported playlist.
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Delete Tracks and Playlists
1
Click to highlight an item.
2
Drag your selection to
3
Alternatively, press <Delete> on your keyboard to delete your selection.
✔
to delete.
TIP
Press and hold <Ctrl> on your keyboard and click to select more than one item.
To select consecutive items, click the first item, press and hold <Shift> on your
keyboard, and then click the last item.
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Edit Track Information
1
Click on a track to edit its information.
2
Click on
3
Click on the text boxes of Track name, Track number, Artist, Album, Genre, Year,
Comments to edit relevant information.
4
Click on OK to save the information. Click Cancel to discard changes made.
to call up the ID3 Tag Editor.
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Search for Tracks
1
Type a search string in the Search field.
2
Click on
3
You will see tracks that contain the search string.
4
You can transfer, delete or drag and drop these tracks as described in previous sections.
5
Click on the Selector panel to exit the search view.
✔
to start searching.
TIP
Deleting items from the searched results will delete them from your library!
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DMM Menus and Actions
Use menus to customize DMM:
File
Refresh contents
For updating the latest status of the selected window
Start player link/
For disconnecting your player from DMM
Stop player link
Quit
For exiting DMM
Edit
Track information
For editing track information
User and player name
For changing the names of the user and your player
Preferences
Language
For selecting a language for DMM
Music folders
For adding, deleting or re-arranging your Music folders
Transfer options
For selecting transfer options
Player firmware
For checking, upgrading and restoring player firmware
Upgrade DMM
For checking and upgrading DMM
Help
DMM Help
For additional help and tips
Support
For instant access to support site
About DMM
For software version information
About Player
For player information
✔
TIP
The menus will call up various messages or windows where you need to input
some information. Follow screen instructions to complete your settings.
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Make Use of the Different Views
DMM provides different view options. This is to minimize content refreshing time.
There are a few ways to customize DMM views.
1
Section icons
You can click on
or
to expand or minimize respective content panels.
2
Border area
Drag the border area between MY MUSIC and PLAYER MUSIC. When the content
panel is reduced to a certain size, the content panel will only show the section icon.
3
Drop Zone
When PLAYER MUSIC is minimized, you will see a Drop Zone. You can drag
selected items and drop them here. Note that the Drop Zone icon turns grey when
player memory is full.
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Display Tracks Your Way
1
Sorting
You can click on the contents header (Track, Artist, Album, Genre) to arrange music
tracks according to the order you selected.
2
Detailed / summary view
Click on the
next to the contents header to turn on / turn off
detailed display of item contents.
detailed view
summary view
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Upgrades
We know you will enjoy your product for a long time. For best performance, we recommend that you
regularly check in to www.philips.com/support for free upgrades of the latest software nd firmware for
your product.
Firmware Upgrade
Your player is controlled by an internal program called firmware. You can download and install the latest
firmware to keep your player updated.
1
Click Preferences ➔ Player Firmware ➔ Upgrade Firmware . This will give you
further information on how to download and upgrade your player firmware.
2
Follow screen instructions to complete firmware upgrade.
✔
TIP
Because you are updating the program of your player, please make sure
your player is connected to your computer before you launch DMM.
Keep it connected during the firmware upgrade process.
DMM Upgrade
DMM is the software that enables best interactions between your player and your computer.
Keep it updated by doing upgrades.
1
Click Preferences ➔ Upgrade DMM. This will give you further information on how to
download and upgrade your DMM.
2
Follow screen instructions to complete DMM upgrade.
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Uninstall DMM
1
Close all applications, including DMM.
2
From the Start menu, go to Control Panel. Select Add / Remove Programs.
Select DMM from your currently installed programs to uninstall.
3
For further information on uninstalling programs, please refer to Windows’
user manual.
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