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Manage Your Windows Media Player Playlist; Manage Your Songs And Playlists In Windows Media Player; Detail Operation; Music Mode (Also Applicable To Playback Of Recordings) - Philips audio player SA4000 series Quick Start Manual

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4.1.3

Manage your Windows Media Player Playlist

Create a Playlist
Start Windows Media Player.
1
Select the Library tab to access the media library.
2
Click to highlight a song.
3
Right click on the track and select Add to > Additional
4
Playlist...
In the Add to Playlist dialog box, select an existing playlist or
5
click New to add a new playlist.
> The song you selected will be added to the playlist.
Tip
To select more than one song, press and hold Ctrl on the keyboard,
then click to select any number of songs.
To select consecutive songs in a list, click the first song, press and
hold Shift on the keyboard and then click the last song in the list
you want to select.
Transfer playlists
You can transfer playlists to your player with the automatic
synchronization option in Windows Media Player. (See Set up
automatic synchronization section in this user manual for step by
step instructions.)
Select the Sync tab.
1
Click either Sync settings or Setup Sync, select the
2
Synchronize device automatically check box and select the
playlists to be synchronized with the player.
4.1.4
Manage your songs and playlists in Windows Media
Player
Delete songs and playlists from Windows Media Player
library
Click to highlight an item.
1
Right click and select Delete to delete the item.
2
Tip
It is not possible to delete playlists that are on your player with
Windows Media Player. You can only delete the playlist on the
player or with Windows Explorer.
Edit song information via Windows Media Player
Select Library tab.
1
Highlight the song you want to edit, right click and select Edit.
2
Edit on the text box directly.
3
Search for songs with Windows Media Player
Select the Library tab.
1
Type a search string in the search field.
2
Click Search to start searching.
3
A list of songs containing the search string will be displayed.
4
You can play, transfer, delete, add to sync list, etc.
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Organize and transfer music with Windows Media Player 10
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Detail operation

5.1

Music mode (also applicable to playback of recordings)

5.1.1

Control

You can do the following action during music playback:
To
Do this
Play / Pause music
Press 2;
Skip to next song
Press
Return to previous
Press
song
Fast forward
Press and hold
Fast rewind
Press and hold
Return to browsing
Press
menu
Increase volume
Press
Decrease volume
Press
From the main menu, select Music to enter music mode.
You can search from the following music options:
All songs
Artists
Alphabetically listed artists
Album
Alphabetically listed album
Playlists
Playlists collections
5.1.2

Playback features

Play modes
You can set your player to play songs either randomly or repeatedly.
Press MENU, select Settings and then select Play modes.
1
Press
/
to browse through the different play modes
J(
)K
2
(Shuffle all, Repeat 1, Repeat all, Off).
Press 2; to confirm your selection.
3
Icon
Meaning
Shuffle all
Play all songs randomly and repeatedly
Repeat 1
Play one song repeatedly
Repeat all
Play all songs repeatedly
Off
Normal playback
Note
Playmodes are not available when playing recordings.
Equalizers
You can set your player to play music with different EQ (equalizers).
Press MENU, select Settings, then select Equalizer.
1
Press
/
to select between Rock, Jazz, Pop, Classical or
J(
)K
2
Off.
Press 2; to confirm your selection.
3
5.2

Recordings

Your player allows you to make voice recordings and play back your
recordings.
5.2.1

Make recordings

Press and hold REC to start voice recording.
1
> Your player displays the recording progress.
Press and hold REC again to stop voice recording
2
> Your player displays the saving progress. Your voice recording will be
saved on your player. (Filename format: VOICEXXX.WAV where XXX
is the recording number which will be automatically generated.)
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J(
)K
J(
MENU
key
VOL +
VOL -
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