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Philips PSA200 User Manual

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  • Page 2 Philips and Nike are not responsible for any loss of content in the case if the product becomes damaged or files are not readable/ legible.
  • Page 3 switches the set on /off; starts / pauses playback 2 5 / 6 skips to the beginning of a previous / next track 3 - / + adjusts the volume 4 display with backlight. lights up briefly orange when you press any button on the psa 5 eq enhance your listening experience.
  • Page 4 4 controls and connections, accessories front view rear view...
  • Page 5 Windows system requirements you need to have a usb port. computers that were upgraded from Win 95 may not have usb compatibility! check out the other requirements: – Pentium® MMX 166MHz processor or better – usb port with Windows 98SE / Me / 2000 with SP3 / XP –...
  • Page 6 Note: Your player is not able to play AAC encrypted or WMA songs bought from the internet. Since it is possible for you to upgrade your product, we recommend that you register your product on www.nike-philips.com/register so we can inform you as soon as new free upgrades become available. These downloads will help you to optimize your product's performance and to take advantage of our future support of new audio formats.
  • Page 7 software installation turn on your computer. insert the psa cd rom into your cd rom drive. follow the screen instructions to install. *IMPORTANT! in addition to the 2 software applications Mass Storage Device drivers are necessary. without the drivers, your PC will be unable to recognize your psa and transfer files.
  • Page 8 8 windows 98 appendix Windows 98 appendix in the event that the PC still does not install the drivers, the Add New Hardware Wizard screen appears. note, screens may differ to those illustrated according to your actual Windows and model number. click Next >...
  • Page 9 windows 98 appendix 9 press Next > and follow the screen instructions to complete installation.
  • Page 10 10 using your psa for mass storage when you connect the player to your computer via the USB port, your computer will recognize your psa as a removable USB Mass Storage Device (MSD). The player is detected and automatically located as a folder named Removable Disk/ Device (e.g. D drive).
  • Page 11 turn on your computer. connect the supplied usb cable to your computer's usb port. press 4 (on the back of the psa) to open the bat- tery compartment. connect the other end of the usb cable to usb, (found inside the battery com- partment.) psa display: buttons on the psa are automatically locked during...
  • Page 12 Philips and Nike are not responsible for any loss of content in the case if the product becomes damaged or files are not readable / legible.
  • Page 13 about MUSICMATCH ® experience the ultimate in music freedom as you take your music on the go. with MUSICMATCH Jukebox and your personal computer you can: – seamlessly transfer digital music to your psa player (drag and drop) – create & save music playlists –...
  • Page 14 14 battery power press 4 to open the battery cover latch and insert one AAA battery preferably alkaline. insert the lower edge of door as shown to close the battery cover latch. IMPORTANT! – remove the battery if: battery drained or the psa will not be used for more than two weeks.
  • Page 15 power on, 2; press and hold 2; for 2 seconds to turn on. playback starts automatically from the exact point when last switched off. the display shows track details if available. no File will be shown if no content has been stored in the psa.
  • Page 16 16 volume, eq, Custom volume press - / + to decrease / increase the volume. the volume bar appears briefly during volume adjustment and when you switch on. note: volume is automatically re-adjusted to a default optimum level whenever the player is switched off and on again.
  • Page 17 selecting a different track 5 , 6 press 5 / 6 to select the desired track. fast searching within a track during playback, press and hold 5 / 6 briefly. psa plays track at high speed until the button is released.
  • Page 18 18 armband, headphone, waistband wear your mp3 player during sport activity by securing it to the supplied armband. fit the psa into the rubber buckle, with the head- phone jack aligned to the jack hole. position the armband around your arm. thread the strap and fasten up for a snug fit.
  • Page 19 Philips and Nike are not responsible for any loss of content in the case if the product becomes damaged or files are not readable/ legible.
  • Page 20 20 upgrading firmware if you have downloaded the firmware file, click download .ebn file. click Start to proceed. in the next dialogue boxes, click OK. click the hardware icon psa. press 2; briefly on your psa so that the device can upgrade itself. the psa display shows briefly: FUpgrade.
  • Page 21 Philips and Nike are not responsible for any loss of content in the case if the product becomes damaged or files are not readable / legible.
  • Page 22 22 formatting your psa note: – full memory capacity may not be available as some memory will be reserved for the audio player. – device names may differ to those illustrated, depending on your actual OS and psa model. click Start. the Formatter dialogue box appears, asking if you are sure you want to proceed: click OK if you wish to proceed with the format application.
  • Page 23 helpful tips if a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the set for repair. if you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service center. warning : do not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock! under no circumstances should you try to repair the set yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty.
  • Page 24 – Since it is possible for you to upgrade your product, we recommend that you register your product on www.nike-philips.com/register so we can inform you as soon as new free upgrades become available. – you selected/ downloaded the wrong upgrade file.
  • Page 25 problem "Battery too low. Upgrade Refused" appears on my psa incomplete track download no reaction to controls / malfunction solution – if you also see this message scrolling on your ps after FUpgrade, this means you need to repeat the upgrade due to insufficient battery power. always use a fresh battery to perform the upgrade.
  • Page 26 26 technical data amplifier system audio out ..........2 x 5mW S/N ratio.
  • Page 27 power supply battery ..........1 x AAA battery playtime 10 hours using AAA alkaline* general...
  • Page 28 - psa200 © 2004 Phillips, Nike, Inc. All rights reserved. www.nike-philips.com...