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1 Important 3
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2 Mount NP2900 to a wall 6
3 Your NP2900 7
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Safety Environmental notices Overview Top view Front view Rear view Remote control 4 Prepare 10
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5 Connect 11
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Install remote control batteries Position NP2900 Connect external audio devices Connect AC power 6 Turn On and Switch to Active
standby / Eco standby 12
7 First-time setup 13
View the demo 13
First-time connection to home
network 13
First-time setup: Wireless
connection with automatic IP
address 14
First-time setup: Wireless
connection with static IP address 15
First-time setup: Wired connection
with automatic IP address 16
First-time setup: Wired connection
with static IP address 16
8 Play Adjust volume 18
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Mute the sound 18
Shuffle play 18
Repeat play 18
Wirelessly stream music and pictures
from a computer 18
Install Media Browser software 19
Configure a PC to share music and
pictures 19
Configure a MAC to share music
and pictures 19
Alphanumeric search 19
Quick jump navigation 20
SuperScroll / Scroll at high speed 20
Internet radio 21
Listen to Internet radio 21
Play preset Internet radio stations 21
Save Internet radio stations to
presets 21
Mark radio stations as Favorites 22
Listen to Favorite Stations 22
Remove a Favorite Station 22
Manually add Internet radio
stations 22
Listen to My Media 23
Listen to Rhapsody® music
services 23
Rate Rhapsody® music 24
9 Settings Play mode Sound settings LivingSound FullSound Equalizer settings Slideshow settings Display settings Brightness settings when NP2900 is
turned on Brightness settings when NP2900 is
switched to standby Aux in settings Clicker sound Album art Clock settings Alarm settings Network settings EN
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Contents
Wireless connection with automatic
IP address Wireless connection with static IP
address Wired connection with automatic
IP address Wired connection with static IP
address Location and time zone Language Register NP2900 Unregister NP2900 Registration information Check for SW upgrades Information Demo mode Call center numbers Restore factory settings Legal information 28
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10 Maintenance 35
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12 Troubleshooting 39
13 Glossary 40
14 Contact information 46
Cleaning Supported audio file formats Supported picture file formats Supplied accessories Computer connection requirements 2
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Safety
 
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 mark’ 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, fully
insert the plug. (For regions with polarized
plugs: To prevent electric shock, match wide
blade to wide slot.)
 
Information for USA & Canada:
a Read these instructions.
b Keep these instructions.
c Heed all warnings.
d Follow all instructions.
e Do not use this apparatus near water.
f Clean only with dry cloth.
g Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
h Do not install near any heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
i 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.
j Caution: To prevent electric shock,
match the wide blade of the plug to the
wide slot, fully insert:
k Protect the power cord from being
walked on or pinched, particularly at
plugs.
l 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.
m Apparatus shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing.
n Do not place any sources of danger on
the apparatus (e.g. liquid filled objects,
lighted candles).
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English
1 Important
o Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
p 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.
q Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods
of time.
r 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.
s 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.
 
 
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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.
Class II equipment symbol:
This symbol indicates that this product has a
double insulation system.
 
Philips
NP2900
 
Modifications
Modifications not authorized by the
manufacturer may void user’s authority to
operate this product.
 
 
Disposal information for NP2900:
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin
symbol attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
 
Information about the use of batteries:
Caution
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Environmental notices
•• Risk of leakage:
•• Only use the specified type of batteries.
•• Do not mix new and used batteries.
•• Do not mix different brands of batteries.
•• Observe correct polarity.
•• Remove batteries from products that are not
in use for a longer period of time.
•• Store batteries in a dry place.
•• Risk of injury:
•• Wear gloves when handling leaking batteries.
•• Keep batteries out of reach of children and
pets.
•• Risk of explosion:
•• Do not short circuit batteries.
•• Do not expose batteries to excessive heat.
•• Do not throw batteries into the fire.
•• Do not damage or disassemble batteries.
•• Do not recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
 
 
Battery disposal information:
Your product contains batteries covered by
the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which
cannot be disposed of with normal household
waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on
separate collection of batteries. The correct
disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially
negative consequences on the environment
and human health.
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2 Mount NP2900
to a wall
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Use a screwdriver and fasten the bracket
to the NP2900 with the screws that you
removed from the stand as shown.
Caution
•• Risk of product damage! Always consult
professional personnel to safely mount the
product to a wall.
Warning
•• Risk of injury! Ensure that no supply ducts such
as gas, water or electricity are harmed when
you drill the holes.
What’s supplied in the mounting kit
• 1 x mounting bracket
What else you’ll need
• Suitable screws and wall anchors for each
of the holes in the provided mounting
bracket
• electric drill
• screwdriver
Remove the stand:
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Use a screwdriver to remove the screws
of the stand.
Keep the screws for the wall mounting
bracket!
Mount NP2900:
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Align the bracket in the chosen location
on a wall. Use a pencil to mark the drilling
positions.
Drill the holes as marked.
Fix suitable screws (not provided) and
wall anchors (not provided) to the holes
in the wall.
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Hook / mount NP2900 in place as shown.
Rear view
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3 Your NP2900
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.
Overview
a
Top view
headphone jack
b DIGITAL OUT (black) jack
c AUX IN L / R (red/white) jacks
d POWER SUPPLY jack
e ETHERNET jack
a
(On / Standby / Eco standby)
b
(mute the sound)
c
VOL
(adjust the volume)
Front view
a Display
b Wi-Fi antenna
c Loudspeakers
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Remote control
f CLOCK (activate time display)
You can control NP2900 with the remote
control.
g FAVORITE (mark current station as
favorite)
h
(navigate)
i OK (confirm)
j HOME (go to Home menu)
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m
(play/pause current file / SuperPlay™
current list)
(skip to next file)
(mute/unmute sound)
n NOW PLAYING (go to current play
screen)
o
VOL
volume)
(increase/decrease play
p Alphanumeric buttons
q CLEAR (press to delete last character
entry / press and hold to delete whole
line entry)
r FULLSOUND (activate/deactivate
FullSound™)
s DBB (activate/deactivate Dynamic Bass
Boost)
t SNOOZE (stop alarm sound for 15
minutes)
u SLEEP TIMER (toggle through sleep
timer options)
a
(On / Standby)
b BRIGHTNESS (adjust display
illumination)
v REPEAT (toggle through repeat play
options)
w SHUFFLE (activate/deactivate random
order play)
c AUX (select external source)
x LIVINGSOUND (deactivate/activate
LivingSound™)
d ONLINE SERVICES (go to optional
online services menu)
y EQ (toggle through preset equalizer
options)
e NOW PLAYING (go to current play
screen)
z a/A (change shift for alphanumeric entry)
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RATE
(increase/decrease rating* of
current music)
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{
(stop)
(skip to previous file / clear last
entry)
~ BACK
(go back to previous screen)
 SEARCH (search files)
€ DEMO (activate demo play)
 SETTINGS (go to Settings menu)
‚ INTERNET RADIO (go to Internet
radio menu)
ƒ MEDIA LIB. (go to Media library menu)
Note
•• *Rating current music is available only for
music services that support rating.
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4 Prepare
Install remote control
batteries
Caution
•• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from
heat, sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries
in fire.
•• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix
different brands or types of batteries.
•• Risk of product damage! When the remote
control is not used for long periods, remove
the batteries.
Position NP2900
Caution
•• Risk of product damage! Place NP2900 on a
surface that is level, flat, and strong enough to
support the weight of NP2900.
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Connect external audio
devices
You can play music from an external appliance
that is connected to the red and white AUX IN
jacks of NP2900.
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Connect AC power
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5 Connect
Warning
•• Risk of product damage! Ensure that the
power supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage printed on the back or the underside
of the product.
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Connect NP2900 to the power supply
Consult the user manual of the external
appliance to connect the audio cable
(sold separately) to the audio output jack
of the external appliance.
Connect the other end of the audio cable
(sold separately) to the AUX IN L / R
jacks of NP2900.
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Continue with the steps in chapter Firsttime setup.
Note
•• The type plate information is located at the
back or at the underside of the product.
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On the remote control of NP2900 press
AUX.
Operate the controls of the external
appliance to play music.
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6 Turn On and
Switch to Active
standby / Eco
standby
You can select from the following status options:
• On (the full display and the remote
control are active, button LED is off)
• Active standby (the clock display and the
remote control are active, button LED
is red)
• Eco standby (the display and the remote
control are deactivated, button LED is
off)
In status On or Active standby,
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press the on the remote control to
toggle NP2900 between Active standby
and On.
press and hold the on NP2900 to
switch to Eco standby.
In status Eco standby,
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press the button on NP2900 or on the
remote control to turn the NP2900 On.
Note
•• In stop (idle) mode, if no buttons are pressed
for 20 minutes, NP2900 switches to Active
standby.
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First-time connection to
home network
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
After you select [No] to decline to view the
demo, NP2900 prompts you to select your
location / time zone. NP2900 also reminds
you to register NP2900 at www.philips.com/
welcome and to install the PC software.
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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When you connect NP2900 to the
power supply for the first time, NP2900
displays the prompt for the language
selection.
Select the language and confirm.
»» NP2900 displays the prompt for the
optional demo play.
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You have two options:
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View the demo.
Complete the first-time setup.
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Tip
•• After the first-time set-up, you can change the
language in the Settings menu.
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View the demo
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Select “[Yes, show me the demo]”, to
view the demo.
»» The demo plays continuously until you
exit the demo play.
To exit the demo play, press
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Note
•• NP2900 remains in first-time setup status until
you select [No] to decline the demo play.
•• You can start the demo play again with the
DEMO button on the remote control or in the
Settings menu of NP2900.
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7 First-time setup
Select the location / time zone and
confirm.
»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network connection.
Select [Yes], to create a connection to
the network.
»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network setup (if no network has been
set up yet).
»» Select [No] to exit the setup and go
to the Home menu.
Continue with one of the following
options:
First-time setup: Wireless network
connection with automatic IP address
This setup requires the following:
• A wireless access point or wireless
router with broadband Internet
access
• Manual entry of your encryption key
(for encrypted network connections
only)
First-time setup: Wireless network
connection with static IP address
This setup requires the following:
• A wireless access point or wireless
router with broadband Internet
access
• Manual entry of your IP address.
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Manual entry of your encryption key
(for encrypted network connections
only)
First-time setup: Wired (Ethernet)
network connection with automatic IP
address
This setup requires the following:
• A wired access point or wired router
with broadband Internet access and
a free Ethernet port
• An Ethernet cable (sold separately).
First-time setup: Wired (Ethernet)
network connection with static IP
address
This setup requires the following:
• A wired access point or wired router
with broadband Internet access and
a free Ethernet port
• Manual entry of your IP address.
• An Ethernet cable (sold separately).
First-time setup: Wireless connection
with automatic IP address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
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The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wireless setup with
automatic IP address. You can also
follow the onscreen prompts for
advanced configurations that are not
described in this manual.
Ensure that your network name and
network password or encryption key are
available.
Turn on your wireless access point or
wireless router with broadband Internet
access.
Follow the steps in chapter First-time
connection to home network until
NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network setup.
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] to start the
network setup process.
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports
push button configuration (PBC): On the
router, press the WPS PBC push button
to activate. On NP2900 press OK to
confirm.)
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports a
personal identification number (PIN): On
NP2900 select WPS PIN, then enter the
displayed PIN on the router.
For other wireless routers:
»» NP2900 searches for networks.
Select your network from the list of
found networks and confirm.
• Enter the encryption key (if required)
and confirm.
• NP2900 acquires the automatic IP
address.
• NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
• NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
Note
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•• You can enter more than one encryption key.
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First-time setup: Wireless connection
with static IP address
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In this case, NP2900 prompts you to select the
default encryption key.
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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•
•
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wireless setup with static
IP address. You can also follow the
onscreen prompts for advanced
configurations that are not described
in this manual.
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Ensure that your network name and
network password or encryption key are
available.
Turn on your wireless access point or
wireless router with broadband Internet
access.
Follow the steps in chapter First-time
connection to home network until
NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network setup.
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] to start the
network setup process.
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports
push button configuration (PBC): On the
router, press the WPS PBC push button
to activate. On NP2900 press OK to
confirm.)
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports a
personal identification number (PIN): On
NP2900 select WPS PIN, then enter the
displayed PIN on the router.
For other wireless routers:
»» NP2900 searches for networks.
Select your network from the list of
found networks and confirm.
• Enter the encryption key (if required)
and confirm.
• NP2900 tries to acquire an
automatic IP address.
Press BACK
manually.
to enter your IP address
Enter your static IP address and confirm.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
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Note
•• You can enter more than one encryption key.
In this case, NP2900 prompts you to select the
default encryption key.
First-time setup: Wired connection
with automatic IP address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
•
•
•
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The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network
and the Internet. This section
describes the typical wired setup
with automatic IP address. You can
also follow the onscreen prompts for
advanced configurations that are not
described in this manual.
Connect an Ethernet cable (sold
separately) to the ETHERNET jack of
NP2900 and the Ethernet jack of the
wired router.
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Ensure that the wired router is turned on
and has broadband Internet access.
Follow the steps in chapter First-time
connection to home network until
NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network setup.
Select [Wired (Ethernet)] to start the
network setup process.
»» NP2900 acquires the automatic IP
address.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
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»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
First-time setup: Wired connection
with static IP address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
•
•
•
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
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English
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wired setup with static
IP address. You can also follow the
onscreen prompts for advanced
configurations that are not described
in this manual.
Connect an Ethernet cable (sold
separately) to the ETHERNET jack of
NP2900 and the Ethernet jack of the
wired router.
Ensure that the wired router is turned on
and has broadband Internet access.
Follow the steps in chapter First-time
connection to home network until
NP2900 shows the prompt for the
network setup.
Select [Wired (Ethernet)] to start the
network setup process.
»» NP2900 tries to acquire an automatic
IP address.
»» Press BACK
to enter your IP
address manually.
Enter your static IP address and confirm.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
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8 Play
Shuffle play
You need the remote control to view and play
media files.
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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2
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The play and pause operations on the
remote control of NP2900 are the same
for any media source that you choose:
Press HOME.
Select the source.
Select the options.
Press
to play.
• Press
to toggle between pause
and play.
Press
to stop.
Tip
You can play the audio files of the current
selection in random order (shuffled).
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During play, press SHUFFLE to toggle the
shuffle function on and off.
Repeat play
You can repeat one or all audio files of the
current selection.
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In play mode, press REPEAT to toggle the
repeat function as follows:
• [Repeat 1]
• The current audio file is continuously
repeated until another mode or
setting is selected.
• [Repeat all]
• All audio files of the current
selection are continuously repeated
until another mode or setting is
selected.
• [Off] (default)
• Audio files are played once (normal
play).
•• The following chapters explain the play options
and media sources that are available.
Adjust volume
1
During play, press
volume.
VOL
to adjust the
Mute the sound
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During play, press MUTE to toggle the
sound off and on.
Wirelessly stream music and
pictures from a computer
You can wirelessly stream music and pictures
to NP2900 from a connected computer. The
following chapters show you how to
• install the software on your computer
• configure the computer to share your
music and pictures
Note
•• If Media Browser for Philips or Twonky Media
is already installed on the computer, you can
skip the installation section and continue with
the configuration.
•• For any other media players, refer to the
instructions of the player.
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On the computer, insert the supplied
software CD.
»» Installation of the following software
starts:
»» Media Browser for Philips (on a PC)
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Follow the instructions on the computer
to install the software.
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You can share music and pictures from a PC
with NP2900. This chapter shows you how to
configure the PC to share music and pictures.
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You can share music and pictures from a MAC
with NP2900. This chapter shows you how
to configure the MAC to share music and
pictures.
»» Twonky Media (on a MAC)
Configure a PC to share music and
pictures
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Configure a MAC to share music and
pictures
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In the Basic Seting of the Configuration
Page,
• to manually locate the music and
pictures, click Browse
• to manually add a new content
directory, click Add
On the remote control of NP2900, press
HOME.
Select [Media Library] and confirm with
OK.
»» The display shows [Searching for
UPnP music servers…].
Press
to select the server name and
confirm with OK.
On the desktop, click Configure Twonky
Media.
In the Basic Setup of the Configuration
Page, click on Sharing.
»» The content directories are scanned.
»» To manually add a new content
directory, click Add new content
directory.
On the PC, click Start > Programs >
Media Browser > Run Media Browser.
Choose Basic Settings.
On the MAC, click Go > Applications >
Twonky Media.
»» To manually locate the content
directory, click Browse.
Follow the instructions to install Media
Browser for Philips.
Go to Settings > Server Settings to
check that you have selected the correct
server.
Follow the instructions to install Twonky
Media software.
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»» To save the changes, press Save
Changes.
On the remote control of NP2900, press
HOME.
Select [Media Library] and confirm with
OK.
»» The display shows [Searching for
UPnP music servers…], followed by
the list of media servers.
Press
to select the server name and
confirm with OK.
Alphanumeric search
You can perform an alphanumeric search for
specific media files on a connected UPnP
device.
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
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to go back to the
Press BACK
previous screen.
Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
This is how to use the alphanumeric
search feature:
Quick jump navigation
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
• To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
• To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
• To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry from
the display, press and hold CLEAR.
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Turn on NP2900.
Press MEDIA LIB..
»» The display shows the available servers.
Select the server.
»» The display shows the available lists.
The quick jump feature of NP2900
behaves like the text input method
commonly used on mobile phones.
While inside a list, press an alphanumeric
button once or more to select a
character.
»» The quick jump feature displays the
first object in the current list that
begins with the selected character (e.g.
a track name inside the track list) .
Select the list.
Press SEARCH.
»» The display shows a text box.
Press the alphanumeric buttons on the
remote control to enter the search word.
Press OK to start the search.
»» The display shows the closest
alphabetical match.
To stop the search, press .
• Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
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SuperScroll / Scroll at high
speed
You can quickly find a file with SuperScroll™.
The SuperScroll™ feature enables you to scroll
through all files in the current list and control
the speed.
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Turn on NP2900.
When a list is displayed, press and hold
to scroll through the list at high speed.
Release the button, to stop the scroll.
Note
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
Listen to Internet radio
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to
broadband Internet.
Press INTERNET RADIO to view the
options menu
• [Favorite stations] (lists the Internet
radio stations that you have marked
as Favorite Station)
• [Recently played] (lists the most
recently played Internet radio
stations)
• [Search] (lets you search for Internet
radio stations)
• [All stations] (lists all Internet radio
stations, categorized by genres)
• [Recorded shows] (lists all recorded
Internet radio shows)
• [My Media] (lists the Internet radio
stations that you have entered
at Club Philips under Streamium
Management)
Play preset Internet radio stations
The Internet radio feature includes presets
that are customized to the regional settings
of NP2900. You can choose from a selection
of 10 default Internet radio stations. You can
also overwrite these presets with your own
choices.
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to the
Internet.
Select [Internet Radio] > [Presets].
»» The list of presets is displayed.
Press an alphanumeric button (0 to 9)
to play the Internet radio station that is
assigned to the preset of that number.
Save Internet radio stations to presets
This chapter shows how to save the currently
playing Internet radio station to a preset.
Important: This action overwrites any other
Internet radio station that was previously
stored under the selected preset.
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While you listen to Internet radio, press
and hold an alphanumeric button (0 to 9)
to save the current station to the preset
of that number.
»» The current station is saved under the
selected preset number.
Press or , then to select the option.
• To listen to a specific Internet radio
station, select option [Search], then
use the alphanumeric buttons to
enter the radio station name.
Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
Note
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
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Internet radio
Mark radio stations as Favorites
Remove a Favorite Station
You can mark Internet radio stations as your
Favourites so next time you want to listen to a
station, it is easy to find.
You can remove Internet radio stations from
your Favorites:
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to
broadband Internet.
When you listen to Internet radio, press
FAVORITE to mark the station.
• Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
• The next time you connect to the
Internet radio, the radio station is
shown in the Favorite Stations menu.
Note
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
Tip
•• You can also place bookmarks for Internet
radio stations when you log on at www.philips.
com/welcome and on the registered product
site click the link Streamium Management.
Listen to Favorite Stations
When you place bookmarks for Internet radio
stations, you can find them under Favorite
Stations.
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to
broadband Internet.
Press INTERNET RADIO.
Select [Favorite stations].
Select the station.
• Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Note
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
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While listening to an Internet radio
station that is bookmarked as a Favorite,
press FAVORITE.
»» The current station is removed from
your list of Favorites.
Note
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
Manually add Internet radio stations
This chapter explains how to register with
Philips and add individual URL addresses for
Internet radio stations on the PC.
The easiest way to register is to visit www.
philips.com/welcome and follow the on-screen
instructions to register NP2900.
Alternatively, you have the option to register
NP2900 on the device:
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Ensure that NP2900 is turned on.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to the
Internet.
On NP2900, select [Settings] > [Register
now] > [Register on the device].
»» The registration display is shown.
Press alphanumeric buttons on the
remote control to enter your valid email
address.
Press OK.
»» The display confirms the automated
email dispatch to your mailbox.
Check the email inbox for a message from
ConsumerCare@Philips.com with the
subject Your Streamium Registration....
Follow the instructions in the email to
complete your registration process on the
Philips website.
On the registered product site, click the
link Streamium Management.
9 Select My Media.
10Click on the tab Music.
11 Enter the URL address of Internet radio
station in the first column.
12 Enter a nickname in the second column.
»» The nickname is the Internet radio
stations identification that is displayed
NP2900.
13 Enter a description in the third column.
14 Click on Save to confirm your entries.
Note
•• If the manually added Internet radio station is
available and broadcast in a compatible format,
you can listen to it on NP2900.
•• You can find the manually added Internet radio
stations in the My Media list on NP2900.
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
Listen to My Media
When you manually add an Internet radio
station, the Internet radio station is found
under [My Media].
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to
broadband Internet.
Listen to Rhapsody® music services
Note
•• This feature requires broadband Internet access.
•• This feature requires a Rhapsody® account.
•• This feature is only available in some regions.
Rhapsody® is an on-line music service that
offers streaming on-demand access to its
library of digital music. You can use this online
service with NP2900.
Available features can include:
• [My Library] (built from your Rhapsody
Music Library)
• [Channels] (lets you select virtual
Internet radio channels with different
genre options and other features)
• [Search] (lets you search for music in the
Rhapsody Music Library)
• [Music guide] (guides you through the
Rhapsody Music Services)
• [My Rhapsody] (lets you create and select
your albums, dynamic playlists, ratings)
• [Account management] (helps you
manage your Rhapsody Account)
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Press INTERNET RADIO.
Select [My Media].
»» The display shows the list of Internet
radio stations stored under [My Media].
Press OK to start play.
• To return to the Home menu, press
HOME.
Note
•• The feature My Media requires registration
with Club Philips.
•• Internet radio features require broadband
Internet access.
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Turn on NP2900.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to
broadband Internet.
Press HOME.
Select [Rhapsody].
Follow the instructions that are displayed:
• Rhapsody® instructions to select the
services available to you.
• Account management instructions to
sign in with a full account.
Press or , then OK to select.
• Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Note
•• The on-line Rhapsody® services that are
available depend on the type of account you
hold.
•• Rhapsody® and the Rhapsody logo are
registered trademarks of RealNetworks, Inc.
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Rate Rhapsody® music
You can use the remote control to rate the
music of those music services that support
rating.
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While you navigate through Rhapsody®
music on NP2900, press RATE
to
rate the current track in the display.
»» The selected rating is indicated in stars.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Note
•• The on-line Rhapsody® services that are
available depend on the type of account you
hold.
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The following settings are available to you:
• [Play mode]
• [Sound settings]
• [Display settings]
• [Slideshow settings]
• [Album art]
• [Clicker sound]
• [Alarm clock settings]
• [Network settings]
• [Clock settings]
• [Location and time zone]
• [Language]
• [Device ID and information]
• [User registration]
• [Check for software upgrades]
• [Demo mode]
• [Call centre numbers]
• [Restore factory settings]
• [Legal]
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This is how to navigate and select with
the remote control:
Press or to select a menu option.
Press OK to confirm a selection.
Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
This is how you change settings:
Turn on NP2900.
Press SETTINGS.
Select menu option and confirm.
Play mode
NP2900 offers play mode options that can be
toggled with buttons on the remote control.
• Shuffle play
• Repeat play
You can also change the play mode
options in the Settings menu:
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select
• [Repeat] or
• [Shuffle].
Select your option and confim.
Sound settings
The sound settings of NP2900 offer the
following options:
• LivingSound™
• FullSound™
• Equalizer
• Aux in volume
LivingSound
NP2900 offers a pre-configured sound setting
called LivingSound™. The LivingSound™
feature enlarges the area in which stereo
sound is heard, so that the listener need not
sit directly in front of NP2900 to hear stereo
sound.
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Press LIVINGSOUND to toggle the
LivingSound™ feature off and on
(default).
Note
•• The LivingSound™ feature is not supported
with the use of headphones.
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FullSound
NP2900 offers a pre-configured sound setting
called FullSound™. The FullSound™ feature
restores sonic details to compressed music
and provides a full sound experience without
any distortion.
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Press FULLSOUND to toggle the
FullSound™ feature off and on (default).
Equalizer settings
You can choose between the following
equalizer options:
• [FullSound]
• [Dynamic Bass Boost]
• [Rock]
• [Pop]
• [Jazz]
• [Classic]
• [Off]
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Sound settings] > [Equalizer].
Select a menu option and confirm.
Slideshow settings
The slideshow settings of NP2900 offer the
following options:
• [Shuffle]
• [Repeat]
• [Time per slide]
Display settings
The display settings of NP2900 offer the
following display illumination options:
• Brightness when NP2900 is turned on.
• Brightness when when NP2900 is
switched to standby.
Brightness settings when NP2900 is
turned on
You can choose between the following
brightness ‘when on’ settings:
• [Bright]
• [DIM]
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Brightness when on].
Select a menu option and confirm.
Brightness settings when NP2900 is
switched to standby
You can choose between the following
brightness ‘when standby’ settings:
• [Bright]
• [DIM]
• [Off]
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Brightness when standby].
Select a menu option and confirm.
Aux in settings
The Aux in volume settings of NP2900 offer
the following options:
• [High]
• [Mid]
• [Low]
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NP2900 can give you an audible feedback
(clicker sound) every time you press a button
on the remote control.
You can toggle the clicker sound on or off:
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2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Clicker sound].
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Highlight the option, then press OK.
Album art
NP2900 can display album art as a background
or as a thumbnail in the music play screen.
Album art must be available to be displayed.
For albums without available album art, NP2900
displays a default icon.
You can toggle the album art display on or off:
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Album art].
Highlight the option, then press OK.
Clock settings
NP2900 has a clock with alarm functions. The
clock must be set for the alarm function to be
functional.
This is how to set the clock:
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Clock settings] > [Date and
time], to enter the date and time settings.
You can select the following options:
• [Current date and time] >
[Automatic (Internet)], to sync the
time automatically via the Internet
(requires Internet connection).
• [Current date and time] > [Manual],
to set the time manually.
To set the date and time manually:
Press
or
to adjust the setting.
Press OK to confirm.
In the date and time settings, you can set
the following formats:
[Time format] - Set your option in the
time format sub-menu.
[Date format] - Set your option in the
date format sub-menu.
[Daylight saving time] - Mark the box to
select this option.
»» When daylight saving time is selected,
the clock is advanced by one hour for
summertime setting.
»» To return to wintertime and set the
clock back by one hour, deselect this
option.
Alarm settings
NP2900 has an alarm function. The clock must
be set for the alarm function to be functional.
This is how to set the alarm:
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Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Clock settings] > [Alarm], to
enter the alarm settings.
You can select the following options:
• [Alarm off] (default)
• [Music]
• [Buzzer]
To set the alarm time:
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or
to adjust the setting.
Press OK to confirm.
Network settings
You can choose between different setups. This
manual explains the following options:
• Wireless network connection with
automatic IP address
This is the most common network setup.
This setup requires the following:
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A wireless access point or wireless
router with broadband Internet
access
• Manual entry of your encryption key
(for encrypted network connections
only)
Wireless network connection with static
IP address
This setup requires the following:
• A wireless access point or wireless
router with broadband Internet
access
• Manual entry of your IP address.
• Manual entry of your encryption key
(for encrypted network connections
only)
Wired (Ethernet) network connection
with automatic IP address
This setup requires the following:
• A cable modem or PC with
broadband Internet access and a free
Ethernet port
• An Ethernet cable (sold separately).
Wired (Ethernet) network connection
with static IP address
This setup requires the following:
• A cable modem or PC with
broadband Internet access and a free
Ethernet port
• An Ethernet cable (sold separately).
• Manual entry of your IP address.
Wireless connection with automatic
IP address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
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repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wireless setup with
automatic IP address. You can also
follow the onscreen prompts for
advanced configurations that are not
described in this manual.
Ensure that your network name and
network password or encryption key are
available.
Turn on your wireless access point or
wireless router with broadband Internet
access.
Turn on NP2900.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] to start the
network setup process.
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports
push button configuration (PBC): On the
router, press the WPS PBC push button
to activate. On NP2900 press OK to
confirm.)
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports a
personal identification number (PIN): On
NP2900 select WPS PIN, then enter the
displayed PIN on the router.
For other wireless routers:
»» NP2900 searches for networks.
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Select your network from the list of
found networks and confirm.
• Enter the encryption key (if required)
and confirm.
• NP2900 acquires the automatic IP
address.
• NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
• NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
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•• You can enter more than one encryption key.
In this case, NP2900 prompts you to select the
default encryption key.
Wireless connection with static IP
address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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•
•
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
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The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wireless setup with static
IP address. You can also follow the
onscreen prompts for advanced
configurations that are not described
in this manual.
Ensure that your network name and
network password or encryption key are
available.
Turn on your wireless access point or
wireless router with broadband Internet
access.
Turn on NP2900.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Wireless (WiFi)] to start the
network setup process.
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports
push button configuration (PBC): On the
router, press the WPS PBC push button
to activate. On NP2900 press OK to
confirm.)
For wireless routers with Wi-Fi
protection system (WPS) that supports a
personal identification number (PIN): On
NP2900 select WPS PIN, then enter the
displayed PIN on the router.
For other wireless routers:
»» NP2900 searches for networks.
Select your network from the list of
found networks and confirm.
• Enter the encryption key (if required)
and confirm.
• NP2900 tries to acquire an
automatic IP address.
Press BACK
manually.
to enter your IP address
Enter your static IP address and confirm.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
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»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
Note
•• You can enter more than one encryption key.
In this case, NP2900 prompts you to select the
default encryption key.
Wired connection with automatic IP
address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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•
•
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network
and the Internet. This section
describes the typical wired setup
with automatic IP address. You can
also follow the onscreen prompts for
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advanced configurations that are not
described in this manual.
Connect an Ethernet cable (sold
separately) to the ETHERNET jack of
NP2900 and the Ethernet jack of the
wired router.
Ensure that the wired router is turned on
and has broadband Internet access.
Turn on NP2900.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Wired (Ethernet)] to start the
network setup process.
»» NP2900 acquires the automatic IP
address.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
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»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
Wired connection with static IP
address
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
•
•
The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
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2
3
4
5
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To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
The onscreen display guides you
through the process of connecting
NP2900 to your home network and
the Internet. This section describes
the typical wired setup with static
IP address. You can also follow the
onscreen prompts for advanced
configurations that are not described
in this manual.
Connect an Ethernet cable (sold
separately) to the ETHERNET jack of
NP2900 and the Ethernet jack of the
wired router.
Ensure that the wired router is turned on
and has broadband Internet access.
Turn on NP2900.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Wired (Ethernet)] to start the
network setup process.
»» NP2900 tries to acquire an automatic
IP address.
»» Press BACK
to enter your IP
address manually.
Enter your static IP address and confirm.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the network.
Location and time zone
English
•
This is how you can change the location and
time zone settings of NP2900:
1
2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Location and time zone].
Select a menu option and confirm.
»» NP2900 applies the new location and
time zone settings.
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Language
This is how you can change the language of the
display:
1
2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Language].
Select a menu option and confirm.
»» The display language changes to the
new setting.
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
»» NP2900 shows the prompt for the
connection to the Internet.
Register NP2900
Select [Yes] to connect to the Internet.
»» NP2900 shows the confirmation for
the connection to the Internet.
Registration of NP2900 requires a valid email
address and mailbox access.
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
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•
•
1
2
3
4
5
6
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The alphanumeric buttons of the remote
control are multi-function buttons:
To select a number or an alphanumeric
character, press a button once or
repeatedly until you see the number or
alphabetic character in the display of
NP2900.
To cycle through the alphanumeric
characters that are available, press a
button repeatedly.
To delete the last character entry from
the display, press CLEAR.
• To delete the whole last line entry
from the display, press and hold
CLEAR.
This is how you can register NP2900
with Philips:
The easiest way to register is to
visit www.philips.com/welcome and
follow the on-screen instructions to
register NP2900.
Alternatively, you have the option to
register NP2900 on the device:
Ensure that NP2900 is turned on.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to the
Internet.
On NP2900, select [Settings] > [Register
now] > [Register on the device].
»» The registration display is shown.
Press alphanumeric buttons on the
remote control to enter your valid email
address.
Press OK.
»» The display confirms the automated
email dispatch to your mailbox.
Check the email inbox for a message from
ConsumerCare@Philips.com with the
subject Your Streamium Registration....
Follow the instructions in the email to
complete your registration process on the
Philips website.
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Unregister NP2900
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press OK to confirm a selection.
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
1
2
3
This is how you can unregister NP2900
with Philips:
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [User registration] > [Unregister].
»» NP2900 prompts you to confirm.
Confirm to unregister.
»» The display shows a confirmation that
NP2900 is unregistered with your
email account.
Registration information
This is how you can check the registration
status of NP2900:
1
2
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [User registration] >
[Registration status].
»» NP2900 shows the registration
information.
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Information
This is how to navigate and select with the
remote control:
• Press or to select a menu option.
• Press to confirm a selection.
• Press OK to confirm an
alphanumeric entry.
• Press HOME to go to the Home menu.
This is how you can find information about
NP2900:
1
2
3
4
2
3
This is how you can check for software
updates for NP2900:
Follow the instructions shown in the
display to complete the update.
»» NP2900 prompts you to accept
the conditions and download of the
software.
»» NP2900 restarts after the update.
Note
Select [Device ID and information].
Press OK to confirm.
»» The device information is shown on
the display of NP2900.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Check for software upgrades]
and confirm.
»» NP2900 checks for a new software
version.
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
Ensure that NP2900 is connected to the
Internet.
Read the information shown in the display
of NP2900.
New software is available for NP2900:
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English
Check for SW upgrades
Demo mode
You can access the demo mode in the Settings
menu:
1
2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Demo mode].
»» The demo plays continuously until you
exit the demo play.
To exit the demo play, press
.
Tip
•• You can start the demo play more quickly with
the DEMO button on the remote control.
•• Mandatory updates do not require your
acceptance or confirmation.
NP2900 already has the latest software installed:
• Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
• Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
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Call center numbers
Legal information
This is how you can find the call center
numbers:
This is how you can find additional legal
information about NP2900:
1
2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Call centre numbers].
Press OK to confirm.
»» The call center numbers are shown on
the display of NP2900.
Press OK to confirm.
»» The legal information is shown on the
display of NP2900.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
»» Press HOME to go to the Home
menu.
•• The following procedure erases all custom
settings and resets NP2900 to the original
status as set by the factory.
This is how to restore the factory settings of
NP2900:
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
Select [Restore factory settings].
Select [Yes] to reconfirm.
»» NP2900 restarts.
»» The factory settings of NP2900 are
restored.
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Select [Legal].
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
Caution
2
3
2
3
Press SETTINGS, to go to the Settings
menu.
»» Press BACK
to go back to the
previous screen.
Restore factory settings
1
1
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10Maintenance
This chapter tells you how to care for NP2900.
Cleaning
Note
•• Avoid moisture and abrasion.
1
Clean NP2900 only with a soft dry cloth.
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11Technical data
General
AC Power
DC Power
Dimensions (w x
h x d)
Weight (net)
Voltage information is
printed on the back or
the underside of NP2900.
12 V / 3.5 A
346.5 x 99 x 69 mm
Main unit: ~ 1,48 kg
Power consumption
On
Standby (active)
ECO (passive) standby
< 40 W
<4W
<1W
Audio output
SPDIF
1x chinch (coax), 0.5 V,
75 Ω
Headphones
1x 3.5 mm jack
30 - 18,000 Hz
16 - 150 Ω
Signal to noise ratio typically 85 dBA (IEC)
(headphones)
Distortion (line out < 0.15 %
/ headphones)
Audio input
Aux in (line in)
Input sensitivity
Input impedance
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Loudspeakers
Power
handling
Front speakers: 10 W (RMS) /
15 W (MPO)
Side speakers: 6 W (RMS) / 9
W (MPO)
Impedance Front speakers: 8 Ω
Side speakers: 12 Ω
Sensitivity Front speakers: 80 dB / 1 m /
W
Side speakers: 83 dB / 0.5 m
/W
Dimensions Front speakers: 2.56 inches
Side speakers: 1.56 inches
Frequency Front speakers: 50 Hz - 16 kHz
response
Side speakers: 500 Hz - 16 kHz
Wireless
Wireless
standard
Wireless
security
802.11g, backwards compatible to
802.11b
WEP (64 or 128 bit),
WPA/WPA2 (8-63 characters)
WPS-PBC
WPS-PIN
Frequency 2412 - 2462 MHz (CH1-CH11)
range
(for /79, /37, /55, /97)
2412 - 2472 MHz (CH1-CH13)
(for /12, /05)
Antenna 2x internal, diversity mode
enabled
Wired (LAN / Ethernet)
2x cinch
500 mV
> 10 kΩ
Wired standard
Speed
Mode
Crossover detection
(Auto MDIX)
802.3 / 802.3 u
10 / 100 MBit/s
half / full duplex
Yes (Auto MDIX)
MP3
WMA
AAC (M4A)
PCM
FLAC
Ogg Vorbis
JPEG
8 - 320 kbps (CBR / VBR)
32 - 192 kbps (CBR /
VBR)
16 - 320 kbps (CBR /
VBR)
1x (1.4 Mbps)
Supported
Supported
Supported
NP2900 supports the following audio file
formats:
• MP3 (8-320kbps and VBR)
• WMA (up to 192kbps)
• non DRM protected AAC (M4A) (16-320
kbps and VBR16)
• PCM (1.4 Mbps)
• FLAC
• Ogg Vorbis
Playlist support
*.m3u, *.wpl
iTunes
Note
Supported
Supported (via by-packed
software)
Picture format support
JPEG
Supported
Display / Clock
Resolution
Dot matrix 320 x 240
dots (QVGA)
Color TFT
Size
3.5 inches
Backlight
On / Off / Dimmed
Time / Date display Supported
Automatic time sync Supported
via Internet (NPT)
Sleep timer
Supported
Key sound feedback Clicker (internal)
Specifications and external appearance are
subject to change without notice.
•• The display of NP2900 supports directories
with nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels.
Supported picture file
formats
NP2900 supports the following picture file
formats:
• JPEG
Note
•• The display of NP2900 supports directories
with nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels.
Supplied accessories
•
•
•
•
•
Remote control
2 AAA batteries
CD-Rom
AC power adapter with cable
Wall mounting bracket
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Supported audio file formats
Decoding capabilities
Computer connection
requirements
The minimum requirements for computer
connections are:
• Windows 2000 SP4 (or above) / XP SP2
/ Vista / Mac
• Pentium III 500MHz processor or higher
• 256MB RAM
• CD-ROM drive
• Adapter
• Ethernet enabled (for wired
connection)
• Wireless network 802.11 b/g (for
wireless connection)
• 500MB free hard disk space
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No network connection, what do I do?
During network connection setup, the player
may have assigned a pre-defined IP address
and tries to establish a network connection
with this pre-defined IP address. (The player
tries to establish a wireless or wired network
connection, depending on the type of setup
you initially selected.)
Possible reasons:
- The static IP address failed to register (for
example if you press HOME or exit the setup
process by other means before you have
entered the correct static IP address).
- The automatic IP address failed to register
automatically through DHCP server (for
example if the automatic connection to the
DHCP server failed and the player prompts
you to enter a static IP address, but you press
HOME or exit the setup process by other
means before you have entered the correct
static IP address).
Solution:
Follow the instructions in chapter ‘Network
settings’ in this user manual to setup your
network correctly. The ‘Network settings’
allow you to change between wireless and
wired network connection.
I cannot hear any sound or the sound is poor,
what do I do?
•• Press + VOL - to increase the volume.
•• Press the MUTE button again to
reactivate the sound output.
Is there a maximum distance of transmission
between a wireless router and NP2900 for
effective streaming?
Yes. The maximum distance of Wi-Fi
transmission is 250m measured in open
spaces. However, in a home environment,
where solid obstacles such as walls and
doors are present, the effective transmission
distance is reduced to 50-100m. Reposition
the devices if you experience transmission
problems.
I have not received any registration email from
ConsumerCare@Philips.com.
•• Check that the email address that is
entered in the user registration section is
valid and spelled correctly.
•• Check that the PC has an active Internet
connection.
•• The Internet server may be busy, try
again later.
•• Check if the email was redirected to the
spam folder.
How do I avoid Wi-Fi interferences from
other devices that operate in the same
(2.4GHz) frequency spectrum, such as Dect
phones or bluetooth devices?
•• Move NP2900 at least 3m away from
such devices.
•• Use a WEP/WPA encryption key when
you create the wireless connection your
PC / home network.
•• Change the operating channel on the
interfering devices.
•• Turn the devices in different directions to
minimize interference.
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12Troubleshooting
13Glossary
A
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
An audio compression scheme defined as
part of the MPEG-2 standard (also known
as MPEG-2 AAC or MPEG-2 NBC, or Not
Backwards Compatible). It offers better sound
and a compression ratio that is superior by
roughly 30 percent compared to the MPEG-1
MP3 format.
AC (alternating current)
An alternating current is an electrical current
whose magnitude and direction vary cyclically,
as opposed to DC (direct current), whose
direction remains constant. The usual
waveform of an AC power circuit is a sine
wave, as this results in the most efficient
transmission of energy. However certain
applications use different waveforms, such as
triangular or square waves.
Album art
Album art is a feature that displays the
artwork (cover picture) of a music album. This
display enables the user to quickly identify
a music album. The artwork files for music
albums can be downloaded from the Internet.
Amplifier
A device, either a single stage or a large scale
circuit with multiple stages for creating gain,
i.e. it makes small signals larger.
Antenna
A device, such as a rod or wire, which picks up
a received radio frequency signal or radiates a
transmitted RF signal.
Audio output
High-level (speaker) or line-level (RCA) signals
sent from one system component to another;
or the high-level signal from an amplifier to
the system speakers.
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Aux in
Auxiliary input that allows you to connect
portable audio devices.
B
Bass
The lowest three octaves of the audio band.
Low bass is the bottom octave (20-40Hz),
mid-bass is the middle octave (40-80Hz), and
upper bass is the 80-160Hz octave.
Bit / bits
A bit is a binary digit, taking a value of either
0 or 1. For example, the number 10010111 is
8 bits long.
Bit rate
Bit rate is the number of bits that are
conveyed or processed per unit of time. The
bit rate is usually measured in some multiple
of bits per second (kilobits per second: kbps).
The term bit rate is a synonym for data
transfer rate (or simply data rate).
C
CBR (constant bit rate)
With CBR the encoder spends the same
amount of bits on each frame, regardless of
how much it may really need. Disadvantage
of CBR: Bits are wasted in case of absolute
blackness of a picture or complete silence in
an audio frame. And pictures or audio frames
with a lot of elements may need those bits.
CD (Compact Disc)
Format developed by Phillips, Sony, and
Pioneer for conveying music and data. CDs
record information by deforming the inner
metal foil on the disc with tiny micro pits
burned in by a laser.
CDDB
A centralized database of CDs, CD tracks, and
artists on the Web, now known as Gracenote.
The audio player or burner program can log
on to CDDB. It uploads the ID of the CD
Coaxial
A single copper conductor, surrounded with
a layer of insulation, covered by a surrounding
copper shield and finally, an insulating jacket.
An unbalanced transmission line with constant
impedance. In audio, this type is commonly
used for low level, line signals terminated in
RCA connectors.
Compression
In audio terms, this is a process of temporarily
or permanently reducing audio data for more
efficient storage or transmission. A temporary
reduction in file size is called ‘non-lossy’
compression, and no information is lost. A
permanent reduction in file size (such as with
MP3 files) is called ‘lossy’ compression, and
involves discarding unnecessary information
which is irretrievably lost.
D
DC (direct current)
Direct current or continuous current is
the constant flow of electric charge. This is
typically in a conductor such as a wire. In
direct current, the electric charges flow in
the same direction, distinguishing it from AC
(alternating current).
Decibel (dB)
A unit of measure used to express relative
difference in power or intensity of sound.
DHCP
DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol. It is a protocol for assigning dynamic
IP addresses to devices on a network.
Digital
A method to encode information using a
binary code of 0s and 1s. Many wireless
phones and networks use digital technology.
Digital Audio
Digital Audio is a sound signal that has been
converted into numerical values. Digital sound
can be transmitted through multiple channels.
Analog sound can only be transmitted through
two channels.
Duplex (half/full)
Full duplex is the ability to send and receive
data simultaneously. Duplex is synonymous
with full duplex. Example: when a modem
operates in full-duplex mode, it can transmit
data in two directions simultaneously. In
half-duplex mode it can transmit data in two
directions, but not simultaneously.
E
Encryption key
An encryption key is an alphanumeric series
that enables data to be encrypted and then
decrypted so it can be safely shared among
members of a network.
F
Frequency
The property or condition of occurring at
frequent intervals. In sound, this simply refers
to the regular occurrence of compression and
rarification of air that we experience as sound.
Frequency Response
Is the range of frequencies that a speaker
reproduces, lowest frequency to the highest.
While the optimal normal is 20-20,000 Hz
(Hertz), the range of human hearing for
individuals is often much more restricted.
A good full-range speaker system however,
reproduces as much of this range as possible
to cover all variations. Individual drivers are
limited to reproduce only that part of the
spectrum for which they were made, so their
response is limited, but still a necessary point
to consider when designing a complete sound
system.
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being played, and then downloads the title,
artist, and track list.
FullSound
FullSound™ is an innovative technology
designed by Philips. FullSound™ faithfully
restores sonic details to compressed music,
enhancing it to provide a full sound experience
without any distortion.
H
Hz (Hertz)
Cycles per second, named after Heinrich
Hertz.
I
Impedance
The resistance to the flow of an electric
current in a circuit. This is effectively the
electrical load that a loudspeaker presents to
the amplifier which drives it and is measured
in ohms.
Input sensitivity
SPL (sound pressure level) a speaker
produces, given one watt of power, measured
from a one-meter distance at a typical input
frequency (usually 1kHz unless otherwise
noted on the speaker).
Interface
A device or protocol which facilitates the
linking of any two devices or systems; or when
used as a verb (‘to interface’), the process of
linking.
IP address
An IP (Internet Protocol) address is a unique
computer address that enables electronic
devices to communicate with and identify
each other.
K
Kbps
Kilobits per second. A digital-data-rate
measurement system which is often used
with highly compressed formats such as AAC,
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DAB, MP3 etc. The higher the amount, the
better the quality generally is.
Kilo Hertz (kHz)
1000Hz or 1000 cycles per second.
L
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Probably the most common way to show
visual information on non-computer electronic
equipment.
LivingSound
LivingSound™ is a sound processing algorithm
provided by Philips that offers spatial
enhancements and the listener perceives
the sound as though the loudspeakers were
located a greater than actual distance apart
from one another.
Lossless compression
A system for reducing the number of data bits
(density) in a musical signal without corrupting
the original.
M
M4A
The audio file format used by Apple in their
iTunes Music Store often appears on your
system with the ‘.m4a’ filename extension.
M4A can produce better audio quality than
MP3 using less physical space for the files.
MHz (Mega Hertz)
One million cycles per second.
Mono (monaural)
The operation of an amplifier in one channel
for both input and output. Can refer to
an amplifier with only one channel of
amplification or operating in bridged mode.
For low-frequency amplification applications,
it provides better phase coherence and less
distortion than stereo operation.
Rhapsody®
Rhapsody® is an on-line music service that
offers streaming on-demand access to its
library of digital music.
Mute
A control found on receivers, and some
mixers or signal processing units that silences
(mutes) a signal path, or output.
S/PDIF (SPDIF) (Sony/Philips Digital
Interface)
A standard audio-file transfer-format that
was developed jointly by Sony and Philips. S/
PDIF allows the transfer of digital audio signals
from one device to another, without the need
to convert first to analog. This prevents the
quality of the digital signal degrading during
transfer to analog.
O
Ohm
Measure of resistance to current (impedance).
The lower the impedance of a speaker, the
harder it is to drive.
P
PBC
The push button configuration (PBC) method
is a router feature that allows connection by
the push a button (actual or virtual).
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
Pioneering form of digital recording.
PIN
In Internet routing, the Personal Identification
Number (PIN) method allows users to use a
PIN to connect the router.
R
RF (radio frequency)
An alternating current or voltage with a
frequency (or carrier wave) above about
100kHz. It is called radio frequency because
these frequencies have a capacity to be
radiated as electromagnetic waves by radio
(and television) stations.
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MP3
A file format with a sound data compression
system. MP3 is the abbreviation of Motion
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or
CD-RW can contain about 10 times more
data than a regular CD.
S
Sensitivity
Volume that a speaker offers for a specific
voltage input, expressed in decibels per watt
(dB/W).
Shuffle
A feature that plays audio files (tracks) in
random order.
Signal to noise ratio
Represents the difference between the level
of the audio signal, and any interference. The
larger the figure, the purer the sound.
SPL (sound pressure level)
An acoustic measurement of sound energy.
1 dB SPL is the smallest increment in sound
level to which the average human is sensitive.
Theoretically, 0 dB SPL is the threshold of
human hearing while approximately 120 dB is
the threshold of pain.
Stereo
Literally means solid. Usually taken to refer to
two channel stereo, though developments in
digital audio facilitate multichannel stereo.
Streaming
A technique for transferring data such that it
can be processed as a steady and continuous
stream. Streaming technologies are often used
on the Internet because many users do not
have fast enough access to download large
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multimedia files quickly, so the client browser
or plug-in can start displaying the data before
the entire file has been transmitted.
SuperPlay
SuperPlay™ is a special feature of the product,
which enables the listener to play all the music
under a top-level library category, such as
artists or albums, without having to select
playlist items.
SuperScroll
SuperScroll™ is a navigation feature of the
double-action search keys of the product.
SuperScroll™ allows easy speed control when
scrolling through large libraries to swiftly find
items within large libraries. Longer press of the
button results in faster scroll speed.
T
Thumbnail
A thumbnail is reduced-size versions of a
picture that is used to make it easier to
recognize an them. Thumbnails serve the
same role for images as a normal text index
does for words.
U
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
Universal Plug and Play is a networking
architecture developed by a consortium
of companies to ensure easy connectivity
between products from different vendors.
UPnP devices should be able to connect to a
network automatically, handling identification
and other processes on the fly. The standards
developed by the UPnP Forum are media-,
platform-, and device-independent.
V
VBR (variable bit rate)
With VBR, the encoder takes as much bits
as it needs. So black pictures get few bits and
complex pictures get as much as they need.
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While this provides the best quality the final
size cannot be predicted at all.
Volume
Volume is the most common word used to
specify the control of relative loudness of
sounds. It also pertains to the function on
many electronic devices that is used to control
the loudness.
W
W (wattage)
A measurement of power. In speakers,
wattage is a term that indicates powerhandling characteristics in dealing with
electrical voltage inputs from the amplifier.
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)
Global protocol used in some wireless devices
that allows the user to view and interact with
data services. Generally used as a means to
view Internet web pages using the limited
transmission capacity and small display screens
of portable wireless devices.
WAV
A format for sound files developed jointly by
Microsoft and IBM. Built into Windows 95
to XP, which made it the de facto standard
for sound on PCs. WAV sound files end with
a ‘.wav’ extension and works with nearly all
Windows applications that support sound.
WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
All 802.11b (Wi-Fi / wireless) networks use
WEP as their basic security protocol. WEP
secures data transmissions using 64-bit or
128-bit encryption; however, it does not
offer complete security and is usually used in
conjunction with other security measures such
as EAP.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) is a wireless
technology brand owned by the Wi-Fi Alliance
intended to improve the interoperability of
wireless local area network products based
on the IEEE 802.11 standards. Common
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applications for Wi-Fi include Internet and
VoIP phone access, gaming, and network
connectivity for consumer electronics such as
televisions, DVD players, and digital cameras.
Wireless
Telecommunications using electromagnetic
waves rather than wires or cable to transmit
information. Wireless communication can be
used for free-ranging mobile systems such as
cell phones and global positioning systems
(GPS), which use satellite technology. Wireless
systems can also be fixed, such as LANs that
provide wireless communications within a
limited area (such as an office), or wireless
peripherals such as mice and keyboards.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
An audio format owned by Microsoft, is a
part of Microsoft Windows Media technology.
Includes Microsoft Digital Rights Management
tools, Windows Media Video encoding
technology, and Windows Media Audio
encoding technology.
WPA / WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access)
A Wi-Fi standard that was designed to
improve upon the security features of WEP.
The technology is designed to work with
existing Wi-Fi products that have been
enabled with WEP (i.e. as a software upgrade
to existing hardware), but the technology
includes two improvements over WEP.
WPS
Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard
for easy and secure establishment of a wireless
home network. The goal of the WPS protocol
is to simplify the process of configuring
security on wireless networks.
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14Contact
information
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Belgium
Belarus
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
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China
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Estonia
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Hungary
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Ireland
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Korea
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Streamium terms and conditions
Terms and Conditions of Use of your Philips Streamium-enabled Device
Congratulations on your purchase of a Philips Streamium-enabled Device (“Device”).These Terms and
Conditions of Use give you the rights to use certain features on your Device relating to the streaming of
content. You must agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use before using the Device.Your use of the Device
constitutes your agreement to be bound by these Terms and Conditions of Use and will give you the right to
access these features. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use, you may return your Device
to the point of purchase.These Terms and Conditions of Use supplement, and do not replace, any terms,
conditions or disclaimers which were provided with your purchase of the Device. All such terms, conditions
and disclaimers remain in full force and effect.
Eligibility for Registration.
You must be at least 14 years of age to assume the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. If you
are under 14 years of age, you may not use the Device unless one of your parents or legal guardians assumes
the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use.Your use of the Device constitutes your
representation that you are either 14 years of age or, if you are under 14 years of age, that your parent or legal
guardian has assumed the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use.
Restrictions on Modification of your Device
Your Device provides access to certain streams of content. As a condition of obtaining access to those streams
through the Device, you agree not to tamper with or otherwise modify or attempt to modify the Device in any
way (including through the use of software or by making physical alterations to the Device).You agree that you
will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent technological measures employed to control access to, or the
rights in, any content.You agree that you will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent any copy management
system by any means.You agree that you will not decipher or attempt to decipher cryptographic keys or
otherwise defeat or attempt to defeat any security features implemented in the Device or in the content
streams.You agree that you will not use the Device for any unauthorized purpose or in contravention of any
law or regulation.
Disclaimers Regarding Content
The streams of content which are accessible through your Device are not controlled or programmed by
Philips. Rather, they are provided by third parties.Think of your Device (in addition to its other features) as a
form of “tuner” which allows you to receive the content broadcast by many others outside of your local area.
Since the content is provided by others, PHILIPS HAS NO EDITORIAL CONTROL OVER ANY OF THAT
CONTENT RECEIVED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE AND,THEREFORE IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONTENT OR
ITS NATURE OR DELIVERY. PHILIPS DOES NOT ENDORSE ANY OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN ANY
CONTENT RECEIVED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE. PHILIPS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE TRUTHFULNESS,
ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, COMPLETENESS OR TIMELINESS OF CONTENT.YOU AGREE THAT ANY
RELIANCE ON CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Limitations on Access to Streams.
Philips does not guarantee access to any particular stream or to the content contained in any stream. Philips
may, in its discretion, add or remove access to any specific stream or content at any time. Some streams are
accessible through arrangements with online service providers which determine which streams are listed on
their directories. Although Philips will strive to provide a good selection of online service providers, Philips
does not guarantee continued access to any specific online service provider. Philips may, in its discretion, add or
remove access to any specific online service provider.
Rights in Content
Content may be protected by copyright laws or other intellectual property or proprietary laws. In some
situations, such as use of the Device in a commercial environment, it may be necessary for you to obtain, at
your own risk, a license or other authorization to use such content.You agree that, in the event such a license
or authorization is necessary, it is your responsibility to obtain any such license or authorization.You agree that
you are solely liable for any damages you may incur resulting from your failure to obtain the proper license or
authorization for use of the content accessible through the Device.You agree that Philips will have no liability
to you with regard to your use of the content.
Changes in Features
Philips may, in its discretion, change the features of the Device, including adding features to, or removing
features from, the Device. Some new features may require changes to these Terms and Conditions of Use.Your
use of those new features will constitute your agreement to the revised Terms and Conditions of Use.
Software and Intellectual Property Rights
You may need to use certain software programs to use or have full access to certain features of the Device.
You received certain software with the purchase of the Device and may receive other software from time to
time in the future. Most of that software is contained in the Device and is not accessible to you. Some of that
software is owned by Philips and some is owned by others.Your use of software owned by Philips is subject to
these Terms and Conditions of Use and any applicable license agreement.Your use of software owned by others
is governed by their applicable license agreements.Your use of software does not transfer any title or
ownership rights in the software to you. Philips retains all its rights in software and other intellectual property,
including copyrights, patent rights, and rights in its trademarks and trade names.You agree that you will not
disassemble, decompile, create derivative works of, reverse engineer, modify, sublicense, distribute the software
or use the software for any unauthorized purpose or in contravention of any law or regulation.
Warranty Disclaimer
PHILIPS MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,THAT THE DEVICE WILL
MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE USE OF THE DEVICE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED,TIMELY,
SECURE OR FREE FROM ERRORS. PHILIPS MAKES NO WARRANTY AS TO THE CONTENT CARRIED IN
ANY STREAM. PHILIPS MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE
INFORMATION OR CONTENT ACCESSED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE OR TO YOUR RELIANCE ON, OR
USE OF, ANY INFORMATION OR CONTENT ACCESSED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE. SPECIFIC
WARRANTIES WERE PROVIDED WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF YOUR DEVICE AND THOSE WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING ANY DISCLAIMERS TO THOSE WARRANTIES, CONTINUE TO APPLY. Because some
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invalid or unenforceable under applicable law, such provision will be deemed modified to the extent necessary
to render such provision valid and enforceable and the other provisions of this agreement will remain in full
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Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the application of which is hereby expressly waived.”
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digital rights management technology for Windows Media. Content providers are using the digital rights
management technology for Windows Media (“WM-DRM”) to protect the integrity of their content (“Secure
Content”) so that their intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated. Your
Device may also use WM-DRM software to transfer or play Secure Content (“WM-DRM Software”). If the
security of such WM-DRM Software is compromised, Microsoft may revoke (either on its own or upon the
request of the owners of Secure Content (“Secure Content Owners”)) the WM-DRM Software’s right to
acquire new licenses to copy, store, transfer, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does not alter the
WM-DRM Software’s ability to play unprotected content. A list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your
PC and/or your Device whenever you download a license for Secure Content. Microsoft may, in conjunction
with such license, also download revocation lists onto your Device on behalf of Secure Content Owners, which
may disable your Device’s ability to copy, store, display, transfer, and/or play Secure Content. Secure Content
Owners may also require you to upgrade some of the WM-DRM components distributed with this Software
(“WM-DRM Upgrades”) before accessing their content. When you attempt to play Secure Content,WM-DRM
Software built by Microsoft will notify you that a WM-DRM Upgrade is required and then ask for your consent
before the WM-DRM Upgrade is downloaded. WM-DRM Software built by Philips may do the same. If you
decline the upgrade, you will not be able to access Secure Content that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade;
however, you will still be able to access unprotected content and Secure Content that does not require the
upgrade. WM-DRM features that access the Internet, such as acquiring new licenses and/or performing a
required WM-DRM Upgrade, can be switched off. When these features are switched off, you will still be able to
play Secure Content if you have a valid license for such content already stored on your Device. However, you
will not be able to use certain of the WM-DRM Software features that require Internet access such as the
ability to download content that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade. All title and intellectual property rights in
and to the Secure Content is the property of the respective Secure Content owners and may be protected by
applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties. This Agreement grants you no rights to
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Secure Content distributors may deny you access, or restrict your access, to Secure Content
even after you have paid for, and/or obtained, it. Neither your consent nor the consent or
approval of Philips is necessary for any of them to deny, withhold or otherwise restrict your
access to Secure Content. Philips does not guaranty that you will be able to download, copy,
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http://blackfin.uclinux.org
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http://www.vorbis.com
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That's all there is to it!
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