Philips WACS7005 manual

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    WA CS7000/W A CS7005 Wir eless Music Center + Station User manual Manuel d’utilisation Manual del [...]

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    2 English pg001-pg068_WACS7000_Eng 2007.2.3 11:05 AM Page 2[...]

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    Index English F rançais 3 Español English ___________________________________ 4 França i s ______[...]

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    4 English Important notes for users in the U .K. Mains plug This apparatus is fitted with an approv[...]

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    5 English LGPL Library written offer This product contains Linux 2.4.27-vrsl, that is made availab l[...]

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    Contents 6 English 1. General information 1.1 About W A CS7000 ______________ 8 1.2 Supplied accesso[...]

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    7. CD (on Center only) 7.1 Discs for playback ______________ 41 7.2 Playing discs __________________[...]

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    1.1 About W A CS7000 WA CS7000 compr ises of a W A C7000 Center and a W AS7000 Station. Up to 5 W AS[...]

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    1. General information 9 English 1.3 Philips on-line support Products from Philips hav e been design[...]

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    1. General information 10 English 1.4 En vironmental information All redundant packaging material ha[...]

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    1.6 Safety information ● Place the set on a flat, firm and stable surface . ● Keep the system,[...]

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    12 English 2. Contr ols 1 3 4 5 8 0 ! @# $ % ^ & 2 9 6 7 9 8 7 6 & $ 0 1 % 2 # Wireless Musi[...]

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    13 English 2. Contr ols 2.1 Controls on The Center and The Station (T op and front panels) 1 ST ANDB[...]

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    14 English 2. Contr ols % ST OP – stops playback or recording ^ Mark•UNMark – Selects or desel[...]

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    15 English 2.2 Remote control 1 y – press briefly to switch on the set or to put it on standby mo[...]

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    16 English 2. Contr ols * DBB ( D ynamic B ass B oost) – toggles the bass enhancement on (DBB1, DB[...]

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    17 English 2. Contr ols Icon Description Icon Client connected Client not connected Music Radio UPnP[...]

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    18 English 3. Installation ETHERNET VOLTAGE SELECTOR NOT FOR ALL VERSIONS AUX IN R L R L LINE OUT Ce[...]

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    19 English 3. Installation 3.1 Placing Center and Station With detachable stands and by-pack ed wall[...]

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    20 English 3. Installation 3.3 Rear connections W arning: –N ev er make or change the connections [...]

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    21 English 3. Installation –P r oducts with database based UI (Ar tists, Albums and Genre based na[...]

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    22 English 3.3.5 Connecting to an additional de vice with po werful speakers To enjoy the sound eff [...]

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    23 English 4. Preparation 4.1 Setting clock The time can be display ed in 24-hour or 12-hour for mat[...]

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    24 English 4. Preparation 4.2 Using the remote contr ol The W A CS7000 is equipped with a 2-way remo[...]

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    25 English 4. Preparation 4.2.2 Using 2-wa y remote control Y ou can choose to use the 2-way remote [...]

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    26 English 4. Preparation 4.3 Using na vigation controls When selecting options on the set, you ofte[...]

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    27 English 5.1 Switching to standby/on and selecting functions 1 When the set is switched on, press [...]

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    28 English 5.3 Auto-standby When the set has reached the end of playback/ recording and remains in t[...]

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    5.6.3 Incredible sur round ● Press INCR. SURROUND once or more times to toggle the surround sound [...]

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    5.10 Alarm IMPOR T ANT! Before setting the alarm, check that the clock setting is correct. 5.10.1 Se[...]

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    31 English 6.1 Pla ying Hard Disk (HD) Music is centrally stored in the 80GB hard disk on the W A C7[...]

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    32 English 6.2 Selecting and searching 6.2.1 Selecting a different option 1 If necessar y , press 1 [...]

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    33 English 6.2.3 Selecting tracks of a particular artist 1 During playback, press SAME AR TIST ➜ P[...]

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    34 English 6.5 Building music library on the Center Y ou can build a music librar y in the hard disk[...]

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    35 English 2 In the track list screen, press RECORD (or press REC on the remote control) ➜ List of[...]

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    36 English To find your r ecorded tracks Y ou can find and playback the recorded tracks in Albums [...]

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    37 English 6.7 Deleting a pla ylist, album or track 1 Use the navigation controls 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 to e[...]

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    38 English Helpful hints: –P r ess ÉÅ to interrupt playback if you want the playback to continue[...]

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    39 English – MUSIC BROADC AST will also stop when: – the Center is put to standby mode or power-[...]

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    40 English b. Press 3 or 4 and 2 to select the Album or Playlists c. Follow steps 3-6 abov e to chan[...]

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    41 English 7.1 Discs pla yback Y ou will be able to play the f ollowing on this system: – all pre-[...]

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    42 English 7.3 Selecting and searching 7.3.1 Selecting a different option 1 If necessar y , press 1 [...]

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    7.4 Differ ent pla y modes: REPEA T , SHUFFLE – plays the current tr ack continuousl y – repeats[...]

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    44 English 8.1 T uning to radio stations 1 Connect the supplied FM wire antenna to the Center and St[...]

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    45 English 8. FM radio 3 On the Center or Station, press 3 or 4 or the Numeric K eypad (0-9) to sele[...]

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    46 English 9.1 UPnP (Universal Plug and Pla y) UPnP is a standard which connects multiple devices wi[...]

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    47 English ➜ Ser ver not found appears if there is no UPnP device found in the network Impor tant:[...]

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    48 English 10.1 Pla ying or recor ding to USB mass storag e device Y ou can playback music from a US[...]

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    49 English Organize your MP3/WMA files in different folders or sub-folder s as needed. Helpful hint[...]

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    50 English 4 In the track list screen, press RECORD (or press REC on the remote control) ➜ The lis[...]

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    51 English 3 Press POR T ABLE on the 2-way remote control. ➜ The display on the 2-wa y remote cont[...]

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    52 English 11. Network setting 11.1 Adding Additional Station to the Center Up to 5 Stations can be [...]

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    53 English 11.1.1 Deleting a Station 1 Check that the W A C7000 Center is in HD source 2 Select Dele[...]

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    ➜ The Center is connected to the external Wi- Fi network ➜ The Stations might be disconnected fr[...]

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    If there is no DHCP Select Static and assign an IP address and subnet mask as prompted using the alp[...]

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    Once a W AS7000 Station is added into the Wi-Fi wireless network, the Wi-Fi wireless connection of t[...]

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    57 English The Gracenote music recognition ser vice enables the set to look up CD track infor mation[...]

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    58 English current connection On the Center a. Press MENU to enter the menu screen b. Press 3 or 4 a[...]

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    59 English 13.1 Upgrading firmware The supplied PC Installer CD Wireless Audio Device Manager (W AD[...]

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    60 English 14.1 Reset If desired, you can restore the Center or Station to their default settings (i[...]

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    61 English WARNING Never try to repair the system yourself as this will invalidate the w arranty . D[...]

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    62 English Prob lem Solution Stations react when y ou operate the Center’ s remote control “x”[...]

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    63 English Prob lem Solution Sound skips during MP3/WMA pla yback Some files on the USB device ar e[...]

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    64 English Prob lem Solution Backup function cannot work an ymore. I ha ve prob lem installing W ADM[...]

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    65 English ✔ On the center , please go to Menu -> Information -> Wireless -> Status, chec[...]

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    66 English 16. Appendix 16.1 Ho w to mount the Center and Station onto walls IMPOR T ANT! – The wa[...]

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    67 English 16. Appendix 5 To detach the stand from the Center or Station, a. Hold down the Lock•un[...]

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    68 English End-User License Agreement USE OF THIS PRODUCT IMPLIES ACCEPT ANCE OF THE TERMS BELO W . [...]

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    Printed in China PDCC-2007 C Royal Philips Electr onics N.V . 2007 Need help? Online Go to ww w .phi[...]