Philips HDD120 manual

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    1 W e hope you enjo y your hd d. Please visit: www .philips.com/suppor t and enter your product name[...]

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    2 Quick Star t Charge the battery Connect the supplied multi-voltage adapter /charger to the 5V DC j[...]

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    3 ENGLISH Organize and transfer music via DMM a. Launch DMM on PC from Windows desktop or Star t men[...]

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    4 HDD120 ENG 5/1/04 16:35 Page 4[...]

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    5 ENGLISH Over view of connections and controls 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 USB USB cable connector 5V DC A[...]

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    6 Playback Press LIBRAR Y for music librar y options. Press 3 to scroll up or 4 to scroll down for y[...]

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    7 ENGLISH Using hdd controls T roubleshooting Controls to pr ess Reset hdd Press and hold 3 + [VOLUM[...]

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    8 Press MENU /HOLD or 1 to exit the menu display . Options for each setting are shown on hdd's [...]

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    9 ENGLISH P er sonalizing Playback Order b y Pla ylists Press LIBRAR Y for music librar y options; 3[...]

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    10 Using hdd as an Exter nal Hard Disk hdd can be used as an external hard disk for stor age and tra[...]

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    11 ENGLISH About PHILIPS Digital Media Manager PHILIPS Digital Media Manager (DMM) contains all the [...]

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    12 Basic Oper ation Launching DMM Launch DMM on PC from Windows desktop or Star t menu. Managing tra[...]

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    13 ENGLISH The Main Screen: Libr ar y and HDD The DMM main screen comes with Library (which displays[...]

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    14 DMM Actions and Settings These DMM buttons ha ve a number of conf igurable options: ID T ag T rac[...]

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    15 ENGLISH T r ansf er r ing Y our Music T r acks Highlight the music track you want to transfer by [...]

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    16 Fir mware upgr ades For the best interaction between your hdd and your PC, check www .philips.com[...]

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    17 ENGLISH DMM upgr ades For the best interaction between your hdd and your PC, check www .philips.c[...]

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    18 T roubleshooting If a fault occur s, first check the points listed in the following pages. For fu[...]

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    19 ENGLISH T roubleshooting (1) Q. My hdd does not r espond. Press and hold 3 + [V OLUME +] to reset[...]

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    20 Q. My hdd sho ws this [file err or] icon. Y ou ha ve a f ile error : system files may be missing [...]

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    21 ENGLISH Safety & Maintenance T o get the most from y our product, please also refer to the Sa[...]

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    22 A v oiding Damage or Malfunction 0 Backup your files . Please ensure that you retain the original[...]

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    23 ENGLISH Using the P o wer Adapter /Char ger 0 Use only the A Y3192 power adapter that came with h[...]

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    24 Cop yr ight Inf or mation 0 Unauthorized duplication and distr ib ution of Internet/CD recordings[...]

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    25 ENGLISH T echnical Specifications (1) System Output power 2 x 5mW (16 Ω ) Frequency response 20[...]

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    26 PC Connectivity USB 2.0 File T ransfer via PHILIPS Digital Media Manager f or music playback or W[...]

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    © K oninklijk e Philips Electronics N.V . 2003 All rights reserved. www .philips.com 3140 115 31532[...]