Philips | AW6005A/93 | Owner's Manual | Philips 智能无线扬声器 AW6005A/93 用法说明

Philips 智能无线扬声器 AW6005A/93 用法说明
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用户手册
目录
1 注意事项
安全
注意
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2 您的飞利浦智能无线音箱
产品简介
包装盒内物品
音箱概述
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3 使用入门
连接电源
开启
安装阿里小智APP
配网操作
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4 播放
播放来自阿里智能云的音频
播放蓝牙设备的音频
播放外部设备的音频
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5 语音识别
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6 其它功能
调节音量
系统更新
恢复出厂设置
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7 产品信息
规格
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8 故障种类和处理方法
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9 开源软件说明
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10 最终用户许可协议
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1 注意事项
安全
注意
如果用户未经 Gibson Innovations 的明
确许可而擅自对此设备进行更改或修
改,则可能导致其无权操作此设备。
爱护环境
警告
• 切勿拆下本音箱的外壳。
• 切勿润滑本音箱的任何部件。
• 切勿将本音箱放在其他电器设备
上面。
• 应让本音箱远离阳光直射、明火或
高温。
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•
•
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请确保音箱周围有足够的空间进
行通风。
仅使用制造商指定的附件或配件。
切勿将音箱暴露在漏水或溅水环
境下。
不要将任何危险源放在音箱上
(例如装有液体的物体、点燃的
蜡烛)。
如果用电源适配器作为断开装置,
该断开装置应当保持能方便地操
作。
弃置旧产品
本产品采用可回收利用的高性能材料和
组件制造而成。
弃置产品时,请不要将其与一般生活垃
圾一同丢弃,应将其交给政府指定的回
收中心或回收。这样做有利于环保。
环境信息
已省去所有不必要的包装。我们努力使
包装易于分为三种材料:纸板(盒)、
泡沫塑料(缓冲物)和聚乙烯(袋、保
护性泡沫片)。
您的系统包含可回收利用的材料(如
果由专业公司拆卸)。请遵守当地有
关包装材料、废电池和旧设备的处理
的规定。
商标声明
注
• 铭牌(铭牌上的信息包括工作电
压)位于主机底部,使用前请先了
解铭牌上的相关信息。
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蓝牙® 字样和徽标均为 Bluetooth SIG,
Inc. 所有,Gibson Innovations Limited
对这些字样和徽标的任何使用均属合
法。其他商标与商品名称为其各自拥有
者所有。
2 您的飞利浦智
能无线音箱
感谢您的惠顾,欢迎光临飞利浦!为
了您能充分享受飞利浦提供的支持,
请在 www.philips.com/welcome 上注册您
的产品。
包装盒内物品
检查并识别包装中的物品:
• 音箱
• 电源适配器
• 印刷资料
产品简介
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飞利浦智能无线音箱是飞利浦与阿
里智能合作的一款基于阿里智能系
统的智能无线音箱,通过 Wi-Fi 接
入互联网,您可以使用此音箱收听
海量的、个性化的、随时更新的音
乐、电台和音频内容。
飞利浦智能无线音箱具有语音识别
功能,当您说出需要的歌曲、专
辑、艺人名称、音频栏目或者广播
电台,音箱将反馈云端搜索结果,
并自动播放搜索结果中匹配度最高
的内容。
飞利浦智能无线音箱具有多个音
源输入,除了 Wi-Fi 云音乐信号源
外,还配备有蓝牙连接和 Aux 连
接,完全满足您各种听音方式。
飞利浦智能无线音箱内有 4G 存
储,您所喜爱的音乐及收藏的音频
内容都缓存在内,即使在断网情况
下,依然能播放您喜爱的音乐及音
频内容。
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音箱概述
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收藏音乐单曲。
订阅音频栏目。
添加广播电台。
•
在阿里智能模式下,随意切换
五个预置频道:音乐电台、音
乐收藏、我的广播、随便听
听、栏目订阅。
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开始或暂停播放。
d -/+
• 调节音量。
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短按选择阿里智能或蓝牙模
式。
• 长按两秒进入蓝牙配对模式。
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g
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进入语音识别模式。
选择上一首或下一首音频/频
道。
h SETUP
• 长按五秒进入配网模式。
i RESET
• 恢复出厂设置。
j AUX IN
• 连接外部音频设备。
k DC IN
• 连接电源。
3 使用入门
开启
始终依照顺序,遵循本章的说明。
连接电源后,屏幕上会显示【启动
中】,随后即可使用本音箱。
连接电源
注
• 存在损坏产品的风险!请确保实际
电源电压与印在本设备底部的电压
相符。
• 存在触电危险!拔下电源适配器
时,务必先将插头从电源插座中拔
出。切勿拉扯电源线。
切换至待机模式
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•
按住
键两秒可进入待机模式。
如果系统闲置十五分钟,音箱将自
动转为待机模式。
安装阿里小智APP
飞利浦智能无线音箱可以单独使用,也
可以通过“阿里小智APP”进行操作。
首次使用请用智能手机下载“阿里小智
APP”并在“阿里小智APP”软件界面
上完成配网和淘宝账户设置。
注
• 确保您的智能手机已连接至互联
网。
• 确保您的智能手机具有条形码阅读
器。如果没有,请从安卓市场或
APP Store下载。
将电源适配器连接至:
• 音箱背面的 DC IN 插孔。
• 电源插座。
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安装阿里小智APP至您的智能手机:
• 用智能手机上的条形码阅读器扫描
音箱底部、外包装或者说明书上的
二维码; 或者
• 直接在网上搜索“阿里小智APP”
并下载到手机。
配网操作
如果不配网本音箱将仅能播放预存歌
曲,配网成功后,您可以直接收听音乐
电台频道和试听频道内容,并可配置各
个频道。
注
• 连接网络前,请参阅网络路由器的
使用说明,确保已经开启路由器。
• 使用前,确保您有一个淘宝账户。
必须登录淘宝账户才能进行“连接
设备”操作。
• 当 Wi-Fi 密码修改或音箱被移到其
他 Wi-Fi 中,设备需要重新配网。
• 一台音箱只可被一个账号绑定,但
是一个账号可绑定多个音箱。
• 配网时,确保音箱并非处于蓝牙和
AUX 模式。
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开启阿里小智 APP,登录您的淘宝
账户。
按住音箱上的 SETUP 键五秒进入
配网模式。
在 APP 上点击【添加新设备】,选
择【根据类型和品牌】查找到【音
响】,然后点击【飞利浦小飞阿里
智能音箱】进入“设备配网向导”
页。
输入您的网络路由器密码(请务必
使用频段为 2.4GHz 的路由器)。
»»开始扫描设备,该过程可能持
续一分钟,请耐心等待。
按照屏幕的指示完成配网。
»»配网成功后,音箱默认进入
“栏目订阅” 频道自动播放 “订
阅更新” ,如无 “订阅更新” 会
自动转入“音乐电台”。
提示
• 如果您使用iPhone,配网过程中需
先将 Wi-Fi 切换至指定网络,再按
照屏幕指示切换回您的家庭网络。
• 由于阿里小智APP内容会不断更
新,配网时请按照屏幕指示操作,
本手册配网操作部分仅供参考。
• 同时按住 和 键两秒可以查看
MAC 地址。要退出,请断开电源。
• 如果十五分钟内仍未完成配网,请
先按住音箱背面的 RESET 键五秒
重置系统,等系统启动后再重新开
始配网。
4 播放
•
按音箱上的 键, 对应不同的内
容,当前播放的内容会被收藏、订阅
或添加至不同频道内:
播放来自阿里智能云的音频
从阿里小智APP播放
音箱配网成功后,点击阿里小智APP上
的【飞利浦小飞阿里智能音箱】进入飞
利浦智能音箱操作页面首页,可以查看
当前音频信息、管理频道、同步音乐账
户、搜索音频并且控制播放。
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从本机播放
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反复按音箱上的
键,可依顺序
切换五个预置频道:音乐电台、
音乐收藏、我的广播、随便听听
及栏目订阅。
在播放歌曲时:按 键,当前播
放歌曲会被收藏至“音乐收藏”
频道内。
• 在播放电台时:按
键,当前电
台会被添加至“我的广播”频道
内 ,但是不会缓存在音箱里。
• 在播放音频内容时:按
键,当
前音频内容会被添加至“栏目订
阅”频道内。当屏幕显示 图标
时,按
键可播放您的订阅更新
内容。
按
可播放或暂停当前音频。
按 -/+ 可调节音量。
按 / 针对不同的频道将有不同操作:
• 在订阅频道:可跳至上一首或下
一首音频。
• 在收藏频道:可跳至上一首或下
一首曲目。
• 在音乐电台:可跳至下一首曲目
(收听音乐电台时, 键无效)。
• 在随便听听频道:可跳至上一首
或下一首音频、单曲或广播电台
频道。
• 在我的广播频道:可跳至上一个
或下一个广播电台频道。
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注
• 不同电台的音质可能有所不同, 取
决于个别电台网络广播的质素。
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播放蓝牙设备的音频
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使用本音箱,您可以聆听蓝牙设备中
的音频。
如果您的设备上搜索到 [Philips
AW6005A],请将其选中以开始
配对和连接。如有必要,请输
入“0000”作为配对密码。
注
• 确保蓝牙设备与本音箱兼容。
• 将设备与本音箱配对前,请阅读用
户手册了解蓝牙兼容性。
Philips AW6005A
• 确保您的设备已启用蓝牙功能,并
将其设置为对所有其他蓝牙设备
可见。
• 本音箱与蓝牙设备之间的任何障碍
物都会使工作范围缩小。
• 请远离任何其他可能造成干扰的电
子设备。
• 本音箱与蓝牙设备之间的工作范围
约为 10 米(30 英尺)。
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反复按
选择蓝牙模式。
»» 屏幕上显示蓝牙图标
。
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»»配对并连接成功后,音箱会发
出两声蜂鸣。
• 如果设备上不能搜到 [Philips
AW6005A],请按住 两秒钟进
入蓝牙配对模式,然后再试。
播放蓝牙设备上的音频。
»»音频从您的蓝牙设备传输至本
音箱。
要断开蓝牙设备:
• 按住 两秒钟;
• 在设备上关闭蓝牙;或者
• 将设备移出通信范围。
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在您的蓝牙设备上启动蓝牙并搜索
可以配对的蓝牙设备(请参阅设备
的用户手册)。
要重新连接蓝牙设备:
• 您下次打开音箱并进入蓝牙模式
时,音箱会自动重新连接上次连接
的设备;
• 如果失败,重复上面操作开始配
对。
要连接其他蓝牙设备:
1 按住 两秒钟进入蓝牙配对模式。
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连接其他蓝牙设备。
播放外部设备的音频
使用本音箱,您还可以收听外部音频设
备的音频,例如 MP3 播放器。
注
• 使用前,请暂停播放来自阿里智能
云和蓝牙设备的音乐。
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将两端带有 3.5 毫米插头的音频输
入线缆(未提供)连接至
• 本音箱上的 AUX IN 插孔及
• 外置设备上的耳机插孔。
播放外置设备中的音频(参阅其用
户手册)。
»»音频从您的外接设备传输至本
音箱。
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5 语音识别
飞利浦智能无线音箱具有语音识别功
能。您可以说出自己需要的歌曲、专
辑、或者艺人名称,音箱将反馈搜索结
果,并自动播放搜索结果中匹配度最高
的音频 。
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确保音箱已经联网成功并且处于阿
里智能模式。如果不是,请反复按
选择该模式。
按住 键进入语音识别模式。
说出您想听的歌曲 、专辑、或者艺
人名称, 然后松开 键。
»»音箱开始搜索。
当识别成功且搜索有结果,如果搜
索结果只有一个,就播放该音频。
如果搜索结果超过一个(最多为五
个),音箱开始播放搜索结果排名
第一的音频,您可以通过按 / 选
择曲目播放。
注
• 本音箱不支持英文搜索。
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6 其它功能
调节音量
播放期间,反复按 -/+ 调节音量。
3
更新成功,音箱自动重启,重启完
成,音箱进入正常运行状态。
»»如果更新失败,更新立即停
止,音箱返回到上个版本,并
进入正常运行状态。
恢复出厂设置
系统更新
音箱开机十五分钟后将自动检查是否
有更新版本,然后每隔三天自动检查
更新。
注
• 更新过程中,请务必不要中断电
源。
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如果系统运行失常,按住音箱背面的
RESET 键五秒钟。
»» 系统将恢复到出厂设置。
如果音箱有更新版本,屏幕上将显
示“您有软件更新,按下一首按键
确认更新,按喜欢按键取消本次更
新”。
按 确定更新,设备进入更新中。
»» 按
键可取消本次更新。
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7 产品信息
注
蓝牙
频率响应
信噪比
• 产品信息如有更改,恕不另行通
知。
蓝牙版本
蓝牙工作范围
规格
喇叭
功放器
喇叭阻抗
喇叭驱动器
灵敏度
额定输出功率
频率响应
信噪比
音频输入
2 x 10 瓦 RMS
40 -20000 赫兹,
+0 /-3 dB
>72dBA (1W , 1KHz)
650 毫伏 RMS
22 千欧姆
>100 米
< 1%
802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz)
WEP,WPA,WPA2
麦克风
类型
灵敏度
THD + 信噪
指向性
频率响应
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MEMS模拟输出麦克风
- 38dBV / Pa (1KHz)
< 1% @ 100dB SPL
(1KHz )
全方位
150Hz ~ 8KHz (+/2dB)
8 欧姆
6.35厘米
>85dB/m/W± 4dB/m/W
一般信息
电源
(适配器)
无线网络
连接距离
丢包
标准
安全
30Hz - 16KHz, +/- 2dB
(SBC 限制)
> 72dB (1W, 1Khz, 0dB
= 参考)
V2.1 + EDR
<10 米
操作功耗
待机功耗
尺寸 - 主装
置(宽 x 高 x
厚)
重量 - 主装置
品牌名称:飞利浦;
型号:S24B11120A200-Y4;
输入:100-240
伏,50/60 赫兹;
最大 0.7 安;
输出:12 伏 2 安
<19 瓦
<4 瓦
165 x 121 x 165 毫米
1.15 千克
8 故障种类和处
理方法
警告
• 切勿拆下本音箱的外壳。
为保持保修的有效性,切勿尝试自行维
修本音箱。
如果在使用音箱时遇到问题,请在申
请服务之前检查以下事项。如果仍然无
法解决问题,请访问飞利浦网页 (www.
philips.com/support)。联系飞利浦时,
请确保将音箱放在身边并准备好型号
和序列号。
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•
音箱配网前,请先登录淘宝账号。
IOS智能手机和Android智能手机的
配网操作略有不同,请按照APP上
提示进行操作。 有关操作请参阅
第三章 “使用入门”>“配网操
作”。
语音识别失败。
• 检查音箱是否处于阿里智能模式。
如果不是,请反复按 进入该模式。
• 音箱不支持英文识别。
• 检查音箱是否成功联网。有关如
何联网,请参阅第三章“使用入
门”>“配网操作”。
• 声音太小或不清晰。提高音量并且
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