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English  
Controls  
CONTROLS  
POWERSUPPLY/GENERALINFORMATION  
Batteries (not included)  
PLAYBACK  
FEATURES  
FEATURES  
AUSTRALIA  
Portable VCD MP3-CD Player  
AAXX6301  
Playing a disc  
With this set, you can play  
- Video discs  
Special features for VCDplayback only  
Adjusting your TVSystem  
Before viewing the Video CD, ensure that the set is switched to the corre-  
sponding PALor NTSCsystemof your TVset (except multi-systemTV).  
Return  
Philips 3 years Manufacturers Warranty for Australia only  
If you want to return to MENUPLAY(the main menu at the  
beginning of your VCD)during SEQUENCEPLAY, press  
RETURN.  
These warrantyconditions are valid for the following consumer electronics  
products:Colour Televisions, Video Cassette Recorders, CDPlayers and  
Recorders, DVDPlayers and Recorders, Audio Systems and Portable Audio.  
The benefits given to the purchaser bythis warrantyare in addition to all  
other rights and remedies which the purchaser has in respect ofthe product  
under the Trade Practices Act or other Commonwealth or State Law.  
Philips Consumer Electronics warrants its products to the purchaser as follows  
and subject to the stated conditions.  
3 YEARS free Repair Service  
Colour Televisions, CDPlayers and Recorders, DVDPlayers and Recorders and  
Audio Systems.  
3 YEARS free Replacement at your Retailer  
All Portable Audio products and all Video Cassette recorders (VCR’s)only.  
Conditions of Repair Warranty  
1. All claims for warrantyservice should be made to your nearest Philips Authorised  
Service Centre. Reasonable evidence of date of purchase must be provided.  
2. This warrantyextends onlyto defects in material or workmanship occurring under  
normal use of the product when operated in accordance with the instructions.  
3. This warrantyapplies for original purchase only. It is not transferable if sold.  
4. Home service within the normal service area of one of our Authorised Service  
Centres will onlybe provided for television receivers with screen size 48 cm  
and above. All other products are to be taken or sent to the workshop of your  
nearest Authorised Service Centre (at Consumer’s expense).  
5. This Manufacturers Warrantyis limited to 3 months for above listed Consumer  
Electronics products if used in commercial applications.  
6. Philips may, at its discretion choose to replace rather than repair anyproduct  
covered bythis warranty.  
7. This Manufacturers Warrantyis neither transferable nor valid in countries other  
than Australia.  
This warrantydoes not cover:  
a) Mileage ortravellingtime, pickupordelivery, installations andcost ofinsurance.  
b) Mileage or travel outside the normal service area covered byselected  
Authorised Service Centre.  
c) Service costs arising fromfailure to correctlyadjust the controls of the  
product or to observe the instructions, or inspections that reveal that the  
product is in normal working order.  
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OPEN2 ..............to open the VCDMP3 CDlid  
VOLE .............to adjust the volume  
2; ........................to switch the player on, start playbackand interrupt playback  
ESP ......................to switch on /off ESPfunction  
DBB.....................to select bass enhancement  
Inserting batteries  
Open the batterycompartment and insert 2 alka-  
line batteries of type AA(LR6, UM3).  
When using the remote control for the first time,  
please remove the clear protective tab fromthe  
battery.  
- audio discs (pre-recorded audio CDs, finalized audio  
CDs and CD-RWs)  
- MP3-CDs (CD-ROMs with MP3 files)  
RETURN  
GOTO  
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Connect the audio/video output cable to the corresponding ports of the TVset.  
Turn on your TVsystemand adjust the input mode to AV  
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........................to skip forward and search forward for CDand MP3-CD  
.............................to skip forward for VCD  
+ ..........................to select the desired albumup for MP3-CDplayback  
.............................to fast forward during VCDplayback  
For VCDplayback, you need to connect the player to  
your TV(see Connecting to your TVsystem)  
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Do not mixold and new or different types of batteries.  
On the remote control, press P/Nto toggle between PALand NTSCTVsystems.  
Go to  
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Indication of empty batteries  
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Push the OPEN2 slider to open the disc lid.  
Press GOTOon the remote control.  
GOTO--:-- appears on the TVscreen.  
Enter the desired time fromwhich you want to start playback.  
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Replace the batteries or connect the mains adapter as soon as  
. blinks.  
OSD- On Screen Display  
If you insert a VCD, your TVscreen will serve as an additional displayfor  
messages (e.g. PLAY, STOP)and information stored in the VCD.  
Insert a disc, printed side up, bypressing the CDonto  
the hub. Close the lid bypressing the lid down.  
DISPLAY..............(for CDand VCD)to displaythe current tracknumber and  
remaining / elapsed playing time. (for MP3-CD)to display  
the current albumnumber, tracknumber, remaining/elapsed  
playing time.  
Display  
...........................to select the desired albumdown for MP3-CDplayback  
Remove batteries if theyare emptyor the set will not be used for a long time.  
Average playing time of batteries under normal conditions  
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Press 2; on the set to start playback.  
Playbackstarts.  
appears. The current tracknumber  
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Press GOTOagain to deactivate GOTO.  
GOTOCANCELappears.  
Alkaline battery  
ESP on  
ESP off  
3.5 hours  
7.5 hours  
Press OSDon the remote control or DISPLAYon the set repeatedlyto switch  
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VCD  
3 hours  
7 hours  
9.5 hours  
Video disc:  
OSDon or off.  
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.............................to fast rewind during VCDplayback  
.........................to skip backward and search backward for CDand MP3-CD  
.............................to skip backward for VCD  
CD  
and the elapsed time are displayed.  
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View  
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Audio disc: The current tracknumberandthe elapsed  
playingtime are displayed.  
XX-MM:SS - where:  
– “XX"is the current track  
– "MM"is for minute.  
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MP3-CD  
This feature allows you to scan through your VCDin 9  
segments.  
OFF·RESUME·HOLD·  
VIEW  
OFF...................switches RESUMEand HOLDoff  
RESUME..........stores and starts at the last position played  
HOLD................locks all buttons on the set except the volume control slider  
Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed of  
properly.  
MP3-CD: MP3 appears. The current albumnumber, tracknumber and the  
elapsed playing time are displayed.  
– "SS"is for second.  
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Press VIEW to divide the whole movie of the video into 9  
OSD  
segments.  
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To stop playback, press 9.  
The 7-second of each segment is played. After the last  
segment, playbackstarts fromthe first segment.  
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9 (STOP)...............to stop playback, clear a programand switch the set off  
PROGRAM..........to programtracks  
MODE.................to select playbackoptions - REPEAT1, REPEATALL,  
SCAN and SHUFFLE  
Video disc: The number of tracks and the total playing time of the disc are  
displayed.  
Audio disc: The number of tracks and the total playing time of the disc are  
displayed.  
Mains adapter (supplied AY3193)  
Use onlythe AY3193 adapter (DC: 4.5V/500mA; AC:  
110V/220Vand 50/60Hz). Anyother product may  
damage the player.  
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Select your desired segment using the number buttons on the remote control.  
Playbackcontinues fromthe selected segment.  
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LINEOUT/p..........to connect  
Press VIEW again or 2; to resume normal playback.  
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.............................- headphones  
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Make sure the mains voltage matches the voltage  
requirement of the mains adapter.  
Connect the mains adapter to the 4.5VDCsocket of  
the player and to the wall socket.  
MP3-CD: The number of albums and the number of tracks are displayed.  
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the set to the audio/video input of your stereo equipment  
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infrared sensor for the remote control  
4.5VDC ...............to connect the mains adapter  
Meet Philips at the Internet  
http://www.philips.com  
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Batterycompartment  
Type plate  
Playing a disc  
DISPLAYfeatures for VCD, CDand MP3-CD  
During normal playback, you can press OSDon the remote control or  
DISPLAYon the set repeatedlyto select your desired display.  
Zoom  
d) Product failures caused bymisuse, neglect, accidental breakage, transit  
damage, inexpert repairs or modification byun-authorised persons, external  
fires, lightning strikes, floods, vermin infestation or liquid spillage.  
e) Cleaning of video or audio heads.  
f) Inadequate receiving antennae.  
g) Replacement of worn or used batteries or other consumables.  
h) Consumer products used in commercial applications  
(This warrantyis limited to 3 months only).  
TIP:  
OSD  
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Press 9 again to switch off the player.  
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Press ZOOM on the remote control once to enlarge the picture by2 times.  
ZOOM 2"appears.  
Press ZOOM again to quit the zoomfeature.  
RESTORE appears and normal playbackresumes.  
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Always disconnect the adapter when you are not using it.  
Once the mains adapter is connected, the power supplyfrombatteries will  
be switched off automatically.  
Remote Control  
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Toremove the disc, holdit byits edge andpress the hub  
gentlywhile liftingthe disc.  
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OSD.....................(for CDand VCD)to displaythe current tracknumber and  
remaining / elapsed playing time. (for MP3-CD)to display  
the current albumnumber, tracknumber, remaining/elapsed  
playing time.  
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ZOOM  
English  
TVconnection  
Connecting to your TVSystem  
Press OSDor DISPLAY  
1x  
2x  
Display  
Tracknumber +track’s remaining playing time  
Normal display  
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TIP:  
You can onlypress 2; on the set to start  
playback.  
ifthere is noactivity, the playerwillautomaticallyswitchoff in30seconds to  
save energy.  
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Slow  
Select from4 speeds to capture action in slow motion: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, and 1/16.  
i) Second hand products.  
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MODE .................to select the playbackoptions: REPEAT1, REPEATALL,  
SCAN and SHUFFLE  
The conditions contained in this warrantycard replace and override the  
provision of the Philips World-Wide Guarantee for products purchased in  
Australia and used in Australia.  
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R/L  
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Press SLOW on the remote control once or more for playbackat slow speed.  
Sound is muted and SLOW1/2, SLOW1/4, SLOW1/8 or  
SLOW1/16 is displayed.  
Front view  
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........................to skip forward for CD, VCDand MP3-CD  
After pressing 2;, you mayneed to wait for 10 seconds or more until the  
first MP3 trackis played.  
Philips Authorised Service Centres  
PROG...................for CD/VCD/MP3-CD, to programdisc tracks  
R/L........................to toggle between left/right channels and stereo  
Number buttons to select your desired tracks  
SLOW  
Service is provided through 200 accredited Authorised Service Centres  
throughout Australia. For direct contact with your nearest recommended  
Authorised Service Centre in major cities:  
To resume normal playback, press 2;.  
10/0  
P/N  
LINE OUT p  
Adelaide  
Brisbane  
Canberra  
Geelong  
Gold Coast  
Hobart  
Launceston  
Melbourne  
Newcastle  
Perth  
Pause  
Playing a VCDV2.0 with PBC  
PBCis a predefined playsequence stored in the CD.  
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P/N.......................to toggle between PALand NTSC  
ZOOM .................to view pictures in an enlarged mode  
PBC .....................to toggle between MENUPlayand SEQUENCEPLAY  
GOTO .................to set the time fromwhich playbackstarts  
RETURN .............to return to MENUPLAYfromSEQUENCEPLAY  
SLOW .................to view VCDs at a slower speed  
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Press 2; to interrupt playback.  
The tracknumber and the elapsed playing time are displayed.  
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SEQUENCEPLAYis bydefault on when VCDplaybackstarts.  
Sydney  
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Press 2; again to resume playback  
Wollongong  
Before viewing your VCD, make sure the set is switched to the corresponding  
PALor NTSCsystemof your TVset (except multi-systemTVs).  
or to find the location of your nearest recommended Authorised Service Centre  
outside the above cities please call our National Service telephone number:  
1300 361 392  
Please record the following information for your records and keep in a safe place.  
Model number:....................................................  
Serial number:....................................................  
Date of purchase:....................................................  
Use the supplied AVcable to connect the player to your TVsystem. To ensure  
uninterrupted viewing, we recommend you use ACmains power for your play-  
er during VCDoperation.  
Insert the yellow video cable pin into the VIDEOINjackon the rear of your TV.  
Insert the white and red audio cable pins respectivelyinto the left and right  
AUDIOINjacks of your TV.  
CLASS 1  
LASER PRODUCT  
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TIP:  
- Ifthe set stays in the PAUSEmode for more than 90 seconds, it will enter the  
STOP mode automatically. After 30 seconds or more in the STOP mode, your  
set automaticallypowers down.  
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Press P/N repeatedlyto select PALor NTSC.  
P/N  
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is displayed when you load a VCDwith PBC  
(PlaybackControl)into your player.  
VIEW ..................to scan VCDsegments  
RELEASE  
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xCR2025  
Vlithiumbattery  
RESUME ............to resume playbackin stop mode  
You can press PBCto toggle between MENUPLAYand  
SEQUENCEPLAY.  
........................to skip backward for CD, VCDand MP3-CD  
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Insert the pin on the other end of the AVcable into the LINEOUTp jackon  
your player.  
PBC  
Retailer:....................................................  
We recommend you retain your purchase receipt to assist in any  
warranty claim.  
9 (STOP)...............to stop playbackor clear a program  
If SEQUENCEPLAYis selected, the playbackstarts from  
the beginning of the first track.  
..........................to select the desired albumdown for MP3-CDplayback  
Connect the mains adapter to the 4.5VDCsocket of the player and to the wall  
socket.  
PUSH  
If MENUPLAYis selected, a list of tracks is displayed on the TVscreen.  
Philips Consumer Electronics  
..............................to fast rewind during VCDplayback  
a division of Philips Electronics Australia Limited  
ABN24 008 445 743,  
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2; ........................to start /pause playback/ return to normal playback  
+...........................to select the desired albumup for MP3-CDplayback  
PULL  
TIP:  
Level 2, 65 Epping Road NORTHRYDENSW2113  
NM/JW0418  
Back view  
3 year Warrantyvalid for all new products purchased after 1st July2002  
This function is not available for discs without Table Of Contents.  
..............................to fast forward during VCDplayback  
GENERALINFORMATION  
GENERALINFORMATION  
GENERALINFORMATION/FEATURE  
Volume and sound  
Volume adjustment  
Adjust the volume byusing the volume control  
VOLE.  
FEATURES  
FEATURES  
FEATURES  
TROUBLESHOOTING  
NEW ZEALAND  
Maintenance  
General MP3 information  
MP3 music files  
The music compression technologyMP3 (MPEGAudio Layer 3)reduces the  
digital data of an audio CDsignificantlywhile maintaining CD-like sound quality.  
With MP3 you can record up to 10 hours of CD-like music on a single CD-RW.  
Selecting and searching on all discs  
Selecting a track during playback  
Brieflypress or § once or several times to skip to the beginning of the  
previous or subsequent track.  
Playbackcontinues with the selected track.  
RESUMEand HOLD  
Programming track numbers  
You can select up to 20 tracks and store themin the  
memoryin a desired sequence. You can store any  
trackmore than once.  
Guarantee and Service for New Zealand  
Do not touch the lens Aof the player.  
You can interrupt playbackand continue (after a short  
while at the stop position only)fromthe position  
where playbackhas stopped (RESUME). You can also  
lockall buttons of the set so that no action will be  
executed (HOLD). Use the OFF– RESUME– HOLD  
slider for these functions.  
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you tryto repair the set yourself  
as this will invalidate the guarantee.  
Thank-you for purchasing this qualityPhilips product.  
Do not expose the unit, batteries or discs to humidity,  
rain, sand or excessive heat (caused byheating  
equipment, or direct sunshine).  
If a fault occurs, first checkthe points listed below before taking the set for  
repair. If you are unable to solve a problembyfollowing these hints, consult  
your dealer or service centre.  
Philips New Zealand Ltd guarantees this product against defective components  
and faultyworkmanship for a period of 12 months. Anydefect in materials or  
workmanship occurring within 12 months fromthe date of purchase subject to the  
following conditions will be rectified free of charge bythe retailer fromwhomthis  
product was purchased.  
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In the stop mode, press PROGRAM on the set or PROG  
You can clean the player with soft, slightlydampened  
and lint-free cloth. Do not use anycleaning agents, as  
theymaybe corrosive.  
How to get music files  
Searching for a passage during CDplayback  
on the remote control.  
Either download legal music files fromthe Internet to your computer hard disc  
or create themfromyour own audio CDs. For this, insert an audio CDinto your  
computer's CD-ROMdrive and convert the music using appropriate encoder  
software. To achieve good sound quality, a bit rate of 128 kbps or higher is  
recommended for MP3 music files.  
Sound adjustment  
PROGRAM appears and Pwith the number of  
stored tracks is displayed.  
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Keep or § pressed to find a particular passage in  
a backward or forward direction.  
Searching is started.  
Release the button at the desired passage.  
Normal playbackcontinues.  
RESUME– continuing from where you have stopped  
Switch the slider to RESUMEduring playbackto activate RESUME.  
Problems  
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Press DBBfor a moderate bass enhancement.  
To clean the CD, wipe it in a straight line fromthe center toward the edge  
using soft, lint-free cloth.  
DBB appears.  
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Select a trackwith  
or §.  
No sound/power  
Conditions  
y RESUMEis shown.  
Checkif the player is connected securely.  
Checkvolume on the player.  
1. The product must have been purchased in New Zealand.As proof of purchase,  
retain the original sales docket indicating the date of purchase.  
Press DBBagain to switch off the bass enhancement.  
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Press 9.  
RESUME  
Press PROGRAM on the set or PROG on the remote  
Never write on a disc or attach a sticker to it.  
DBB disappears.  
control to store the track.  
Press 2; on the set or press 2; or RESUMEon the  
remote control to resume playback.  
y RESUMEis shown and playbackcontinues fromwhere  
you have stopped.  
Disconnect headphones when not using headphones.  
Make sure you operate the TVor amplifier correctly.  
Make sure you have selected VCDplayer position on the amplifier.  
The power circuit in your player is designed with a power shutdown mode.  
This is activated onlyduring batterypower operation of the player when the  
batterybecomes completelydrained. When this happens:  
Connect your player to ACpower with the supplied mains adapter.  
Let the player stand idle for 30 seconds before switching on again to resume  
disc operation on ACpower supply.  
Discs and lens maycloud over when the unit is moved suddenlyfromcold to  
warmsurroundings. Leave the player in a warmenvironment until the moisture  
has evaporated.  
How to organize music files  
In order to easilyhandle the large number of music files on a CD-ROM, you  
can organize themin folders ("albums").  
The tracks of an albumwill be played in alphabetical order. If you want to  
arrange themin a certain order, let the file names start with numbers.  
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Select and store all desired tracks in this way.  
2. The guarantee applies onlyto faults caused bydefective components, or faulty  
Press 2; to start playbackof the program  
workmanship on the part of the manufacturer.  
Selecting albums and tracks on MP3-CDs  
Selecting an album during playback  
Playbackstarts.  
3. The guarantee does not cover failures caused bymisuse, neglect, normal wear  
and tear, accidental breakage, use onthe incorrect voltage, use contraryto  
operating instructions, or unauthorised modification to the product or repair by  
an unauthorised technician.  
Active mobile phones in the vicinitymaycause malfunctions.  
Avoid dropping the unit as this maycause damage.  
To deactivate RESUME, switch the slider to OFF.  
RESUME  
R/L: Channel and stereo sound selection  
Brieflypress or +once or several times to skip to the first trackof the cur-  
rent, previous or subsequent album.  
Playbackstarts fromthe first trackof the  
y RESUMEgoes off.  
For example:  
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P-FULLappears when the programmemoryis full.  
PROGRAM  
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01-EWORLD.MP3  
02-FIRESTARTER.MP3  
03-DEEP.MP3  
It is possible to select the right channel or left channel or stereo froma multi-  
channel disc when you connect your player to your TVor Hi-Fi system.  
Enviromental information  
We have done our best to make the packaging easilyseparable into mono  
materials. Cardboard (box)and polyethylene (bags, protective foamsheet).  
selected album.  
TIP:  
4. Reasonable evidence (in the formof a sales docket)must be supplied to  
indicate that the product was purchased no more than 12 months prior to the  
date of your claim.  
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For VCDs, make sure you connect the player correctlyto your TVsystemfirst.  
For music discs, make sure you connect the player to your  
Hi-Fi systemfirst.  
Albums will be arranged in alphabetical order, but subfolders (albums within  
another album)will be played immediatelyafter the albumin which theyare  
located. Albums without MP3 files will be skipped.  
Selecting a track during playback  
– Resume is also cancelled if you have opened the disc lid or disconnected  
your player fromthe power supply.  
Loud noise when operating the player  
This is normal and due to mechanical parts. Playbackis not affected.  
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Brieflypress or § once or several times to  
select previous or subsequent tracks within the cur-  
rent album.  
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled bya spe-  
cialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal  
of packing material, exhausted batteries and old equipment.  
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On the remote, press R/Lonce or more to select your sound output option.  
The player feels very warm  
When the player is in use for a long period of time, the surface will be heated.  
This is normal.  
HOLD- locking all buttons  
5. In the event of a failure, Philips shall be under no liabilityfor anyinjury, or any  
loss or damage caused to propertyor products other than the product under  
guarantee.  
If there are MP3 files which you did not put into an album, you will find them  
in the albumVARIOUS with albumnumber 0. VARIOUS is the first albumthat  
will be played.  
Switch the slider to HOLDto activate HOLD.  
R/L  
Release the button at the desired track.  
Playbackcontinues with the selected track.  
HOLD appears and all buttons are locked.  
When anykeyis pressed, HOLdis displayed.  
HOLD  
No picture / No color on TVscreen  
Connect the cable between the systems and the TV.  
Change the systemto the respective PALor NTSCsetting.  
This guarantee does not prejudice your rights under common law and statute,  
and is in addition to the normal responsibilities of the retailer and Philips.  
To deactivate HOLD, switch the slider to OFF.  
HOLD disappears.  
My disc cannot play  
Checkyou have loaded a disc in the player if empty.  
Checkyou have loaded a disc properlywith the label side up.  
Disc dirty/damaged. Clean the disc properly.  
Moisture has condensed in the player.  
Remove the discandleave the playertoadjust tothe surroundingtemperature.  
Some audio CDs available on the market are copyprotected. These discs will not  
playon this set. See your retailer for options regarding non-protected audio CDs.  
Make sure the MP3-CDwas recorded within 32-320kbps (128kbps  
preferably)with sampling frequencies at 8-48KHz(44.1KHzpreferably).  
How to claim  
Accessories  
Headphones, HE035  
Mains adapter, AY3193  
Wireless remote control, AY3788  
AVcable, AY3484  
General MP3 information  
Selecting tracks using the number digits  
Press number buttons 0-9 on the remote control to select your desired track.  
Playing tracks repeatedly or in a random order - MODE  
Press MODEonce or several times to select the  
desired playbackpossibility.  
ESP - Electronic Skip Protection  
The ESPduration is 120 seconds for CDplayback,  
400 seconds for MP3 disc playbackand  
30 seconds for VCDplayback.  
Clearing the program  
You can clear the programby  
pressing 9 again in th stop mode;  
powering off the player;  
opening the disc lid;  
Should your Philips product fail within the guarantee period, please return it to  
the retailer fromwhomit was purchased. In most cases the retailer will be able  
to satisfactorilyrepair or replace the product.  
How to make  
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CD-ROM with MP3 files  
Use your computer's CDburner to record ('burn")music files fromyour hard  
disc on a CD-ROM. Use ISO9660 disc format.  
Make sure that the file names of the MP3 files end with .mp3  
If more than 10 tracks are stored in a disc, you can use 10+:  
Press 10+ first, and then the last number.  
Press 10+ once for 10+, twice for 20+, and three times for 30+, and so on.  
REPEAT1:  
However, should the retailer not be able to conclude the matter satisfactorily, or if  
you have other difficulties claiming under this guarantee, please contact  
The current trackis played repeatedly.  
The ELECTRONICSKIPPROTECTIONsystemprevents sound loss or unstable  
playbackcaused bylight vibrations and shocks. Continuous playbackis thus  
ensured. ESP does not prevent playback interruptions during vigorous  
running. It does not protect the unit against any damage caused by  
dropping!  
Note: Data compression in UDFis not supported.  
REPEATALL:  
pressing and holding PROGRAM during playback  
pressing PROGon the remote control during playback.  
The Guarantee Controller  
Philips New Zealand Ltd.  
4P.O. Box 41.021  
Auckland  
The entire disc is played repeatedly. But forMP3-  
CDs, onlyall the tracks in the current albumare  
played repeatedly.  
Headphones (HE035)  
Searching VCDs at different fast / slow speeds during  
playblack  
Press +once or several times to select your desired forwarding speed:  
REPEAT 1 ALL  
Connect the supplied headphones to LINEOUT/p.  
E
H  
Supported formats  
This set supports:  
Press ESP repeatedlyduring playbackto toggle between ESPONand ESPOFF.  
O
L
D
SHUFFLE:  
All tracks are played in a randomorder.  
Picture hangs / poor picture quality during VCDplayback  
VCDdisc error operation.  
Deactivate ESP, if activated, to correct picture playback.  
LIN  
E
O
U
T
/
When  
When  
appears, ESPis activated.  
disappears, ESPis deactivated  
3
(09) 84 94 160  
TIP:  
LINEOUT/ p.canalsobe usedtoconnect this set to  
yourHiFiorTVsystem.  
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Video CDV1.0, Video CDV2.0  
Press  
1x  
Times of normal speed  
FORWARDx1  
MP3  
fax 3 (09) 84 97 858  
SCAN :  
SHUFFLE  
A
L
BU  
M
ISO-9660, ISO-9660+Joliet, Joliet, Packet writing  
MP3bit rate:32-320kbps andvariable bit rate (VBR)  
Maximumnumber of tracks per disc: 400  
Maximumnumber of albums per disc: 99  
Press 9 then 2; to restart playback.  
The first 10 seconds of each trackis played in  
sequence.  
2x  
FORWARDx2  
Unable to play all tracks from my CD-RW  
Disc dirty/ damaged. checkCD-RW.  
Possible recording / MP3 encoding error for particular track(s). Playanother  
disc.  
3x  
FORWARDx3  
Take care when using headphones  
Hearing safety  
4x  
FORWARDx4  
5x  
Normal Play  
SCAN  
Do not playyour headphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise that  
continuous use at high volume can permanentlydamage your hearing.  
Remote control does not work  
TIP:  
Press – once or several times to select your desired rewinding speed:  
Remove obstacle between the remote control and the player, and point directly  
instead of at a wide angle at the infrared sensor on the player.  
The batterymaybe exhausted. Replace the batterywith a new one.  
Tryusing the remote control with a maximumdistance of 3 meters fromthe  
Traffic safety  
Do not use your headphones while driving a vehicle. It maycreate a hazard  
and it is illegal in manycountries.  
- When the systemreads a mixed mode MP3-CD, onlythe number of  
Press  
1x  
Times of normal speed  
BACKWARDx1  
BACKWARDx2  
BACKWARDx3  
BACKWARDx4  
Normal Play  
total CDDAtracks is displayed.  
2x  
3
x
sensor on the player.  
Tryusing the remote control within a maximumangle of 300  
4
x
5x  
Picture CDcannot be played  
Make sure that the picture CDis JPEGVGAformat (640x480 pixels)  
CAUTION  
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures  
other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure  
or other unsafe  
operation.  

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