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AW5000

1 Important

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Safety 2 Notice 3

2 Your Wireless Hi-Fi Speaker

4 Introduction 4 What's in the box 4 What else you need 4 Overview of the main unit 5

3 Prepare

Download Philips AirStudio to your smartphone or tablets Connect power and switch on

4 Connect AW5000 to your home Wi-Fi network

Option 1: Set up wireless connection to a non-WPS router through an iOS device Option 2: Set up through a non-WPS Wi-Fi router and Android device Option 3: Set up wireless connection to a WPS router Option 4: Set up wired connection through an Ethernet cable

5 Play

Stream audio to AW5000 Listen to Internet radio stations through AW5000 Play from an external device

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9 Appendix 1: Mount the device onto wall

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10 Appendix 2: Understand meanings of LED colors

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6 Upgrade firmware

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7 Product information

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Specifications

8 Troubleshooting

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Contents

1 Important

i Do not expose the product to dripping / splashing water, rain or high humidity. j Keep this product away from direct sunlight, naked flames or heat.

Safety Information for Europe: Know these safety symbols

k Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other electrical equipment (including amplifiers). l Do not place any other electrical equipment on the product. m Do not place any sources of danger on the product (e.g. objects containing liquids, burning candles). n Where the mains plug or an appliance coupler is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable.

The 'exclamation mark' calls attention to features for which you should carefully read the supplied literature to prevent operating and maintenance problems. The 'lightening bolt' symbol indicates uninsulated components within the product that can cause an electric shock. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the product to rain or moisture and do not place any objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the product. a Read these instructions. b Keep these instructions. c Heed all warnings. d Follow all instructions. e Do not use this product near water. f Clean only with dry cloth. g Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. h Do not remove the casing of this product. 2

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Warning •• Never remove the casing of this apparatus. •• Never lubricate any part of this apparatus. •• Never place this apparatus on other electrical equipment.

•• Keep this apparatus away from direct sunlight, naked flames or heat.

•• Ensure that you always have easy access to the power

cord, plug or adaptor to disconnect this apparatus from the power.

Risk of overheating! Never install this apparatus in a confined space. Always leave a space of at least four inches around this apparatus for ventilation. Ensure curtains or other objects never cover the ventilation slots on this apparatus. 

This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European Community.   This product complies with the requirement of the 1999/5/EC directive.   Modifications Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void user's authority to operate this product.  

Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused.

Environmental information All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet.) Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.   Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google permissions.   Class II equipment symbol:

CLASS II apparatus with double insulation, and no protective earth provided.  Note •• The type plate is located on the bottom of the apparatus.

When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means that the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/ EC. Please inform yourself about the local separate collection system for electrical and electronic products. Please act according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old products with your normal household waste. Correct disposal of your old product helps to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.  

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Notice

2 Your Wireless Hi-Fi Speaker Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome. If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the model and serial number of this apparatus. The model number and serial number are on the bottom of the apparatus. Write the numbers here: Model No. __________________________ Serial No. ___________________________

Introduction With this wireless Hi-Fi speaker, you can: • stream audio from your iOS or Android device. • listen to Internet radio stations or online music services. • stream audio from a PC/Mac installed with Media Manager downloaded from www.philips.com/mediamanager. • play music from other audio devices through the MP3-LINK socket.

What's in the box Check and identify the contents of your package: • Wireless Hi-Fi speaker with built-in Wi-Fi • 2 x AC power cords • Quick start guide • Safety sheet

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What else you need To stream audio wirelessly to AW5000, you need: • a certified Wi-Fi router • an iOS or Android device, such as an iPod touch/iPhone/iPad or an Android phone or tablet; or a PC/Mac enabled with Wi-Fi • the Philips AirStudio app available on Apple App Store (for iOS devices) or Google Play Store (for Android devices) Your AW5000 should be connected to the same local network as your iOS/Android device or PC/Mac through the Wi-Fi router.

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f MP3-LINK • Connect an external audio player through an MP3 link cable (not supplied).

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g WI-FI SETUP button • Connect the device to a Wi-Fi network.

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e ETHERNET • (Optional) Connect to a wireless router through an Ethernet cable (not supplied).

Overview of the main unit

h Screw hole for wall mounting Tip •• You can go to Appendix 1 for details about wall

mounting (see 'Appendix 1: Mount the device onto wall' on page 28).

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a +/• Adjust volume. b Numeric keys (1 to 5) • Select an Internet radio station. c Power indicator/button • Show the current status of the device. • Switch the device on or to normal/Eco standby mode. d AC IN ~ • Connect the power cord.

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3 Prepare Always follow the instructions in this chapter in sequence.

Download Philips AirStudio to your smartphone or tablets 1

(For iPod touch/iPhone/iPad users) Install Philips AirStudio from Apple App Store, and then run the app.

(For users of Android smartphones or tablets) Install Philips AirStudio from Google Play Store and then run the app.

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Flick right to view the introduction pages and then go to the initial Setup page, or tap Skip intro to enter the initial Setup page directly.

On the initial Setup page, tap Setup a new speaker.

Connect power and switch on

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Caution •• Risk of product damage! Make sure that the power

supply voltage matches the voltage printed on the bottom of the device. •• Risk of electric shock! When you unplug the AC cord, always pull the plug from the socket. Never pull the cord. •• Before you connect the AC cord, make sure that you have completed all the other connections.

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Read the power connection instructions on the app.

Read the general setup steps, then tap Next.

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Connect the AC power cord to: • the AC IN ~ socket on the back of the device. • the wall power socket. »» The device switches on automatically. »» The power/status indicator blinks amber during boot-up. »» After a while, for first-time setup, the power/status indicator turns solid amber.

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Tap Next on the app screen to continue.

Switch between normal and Eco power standby mode • To switch the device to normal standby mode, briefly press the power button/ indicator above . »» The power/status indicator turns green. •

To switch the device to Eco power standby mode, press and hold the power button/ indicator above for less than 3 seconds and then release the button. »» The power/status indicator turns amber for a short while and then turns off.

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To switch the device on from normal or Eco power standby mode, briefly press the power button/indicator above again.

Operation LED status Briefly press the Amber/white power button/indi- -> Green cator above . Press and hold the Amber/white power button/indi- or green -> cator above for Off less than 3 seconds and then release the button. Normal Briefly press the Green/Off -> standby/ power button/in- Amber/white Eco power dicator above . standby -> On On -> Normal standby On/Normal standby -> Eco power standby

To connect AW5000 to your existing home WiFi network, you need to apply your home Wi-Fi settings to AW5000. Choose your best setup method based on the preconditions listed below. Platform of your mobile device iOS

Type of your WiFi router Non-WPS

Other requirement No

Android

Non-WPS No

Either iOS or Android Either iOS or Android

WPS

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Either You non-WPS have an or WPS Ethernet cable.

Option 1: Set up wireless connection to a non-WPS router through an iOS device 1

Before setup, make sure that your iOS device is connected to your home Wi-Fi network.

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Read the Wi-Fi setup instructions on the app.

Setup method Choose option 1. Choose option 2. Choose option 3. Choose option 4.

Before connection of AW5000 to your home Wi-Fi network, make sure that:

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As instructed, briefly press WI-FI SETUP on the back of AW5000. »» The power/status indicator starts to blink amber and white alternately.

a your Wi-Fi router is powered on and working properly.

»» A new Wi-Fi network created by AW5000 will appear, with the network name (SSID) of Philips_Install.

b AW5000 has been powered on and booted up successfully. c you have jotted down your Wi-Fi password. Once connected successfully, AW5000 will remember your home Wi-Fi settings. Then you can play music or listen to Internet radio via Philips AirStudio whenever AW5000 is powered on and connected to your home WiFi network automatically.

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WiFi SETUP

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4 Connect AW5000 to your home WiFi network

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Tap Next on the above app screen, and then read how to proceed with network setup.

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Wait until Speaker found appears at the bottom on the above app screen. »» After a short while, a password input box appears automatically.

Enter the password of your home Wi-Fi network, tap Done to finish input, and then tap Next.

As instructed, exit the app, and then select Philips_Install from the list of available Wi-Fi networks.

* If your Wi-Fi password contains such special characters as #/:/;/', you need to change your password.

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Make sure that your iOS device is connected to Philips_Install, and then go back to Philips AirStudio.

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Name your speaker as you like, and then tap OK to connect AW5000 to your home Wi-Fi network.

Tip •• After successful network setup, you can tap Rock n'

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Roll on the above app screen to get ready for music play directly. For more details, go to the 'Play' section (see 'Play' on page 16).

Option 2: Set up through a non-WPS Wi-Fi router and Android device 1 2

Before setup, make sure that your Android device is connected to your home Wi-Fi network. Read the Wi-Fi setup instructions on the app.

10 Wait until the power/status indicator on AW5000 turns solid white. »» The following app screen appears.

»» AW5000 is connected to your home Wi-Fi network successfully.

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As instructed, briefly press WI-FI SETUP on the back of AW5000. »» The power/status indicator starts to blink amber and white alternately.

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Wait until the speaker is found.

»» A new Wi-Fi network created by AW5000 will appear, with the network name (SSID) of Philips_Install.

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WiFi SETUP

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Tap Next on the above app screen. »» Your Android device starts to connect with the new Wi-Fi network created by AW5000 automatically.

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Select your home Wi-Fi network and then tap Next.

Enter the password of your home Wi-Fi network, and then tap Next.

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Wait until the power/status indicator on AW5000 turns solid white. »» The following app screen appears. »» AW5000 is connected to your home Wi-Fi network successfully.

* If your Wi-Fi password contains such special characters as #/:/;/', you need to change your password.

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Name your speaker as you like, and then tap OK to connect AW5000 to your home Wi-Fi network.

Note •• After successful network setup, you can tap Rock n'

Roll on the above app screen to get ready for music play directly. For more details, go to the 'Play' section (see 'Play' on page 16).

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Option 3: Set up wireless connection to a WPS router 1

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As instructed, press and hold WI-FI SETUP on the back of AW5000. »» The power/status indicator blinks amber and green alternately.

Tap WPS Setup? on the app screen .

WiFi SETUP

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Press the WPS button on your home Wi-Fi router.

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Read the WPS setup instructions.

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Wait until the power/status indicator on AW5000 turns solid white, then tap Next on the app screen.. »» The following app screen appears. »» AW5000 is connected to your home Wi-Fi network successfully.

Option 4: Set up wired connection through an Ethernet cable

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Note •• If you use wired connection, you just need to select

Speaker already setup on the initial Setup page (see 'Download Philips AirStudio to your smartphone or tablets' on page 6).

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If you have tried wireless connection, before setup of wired connection, you need to reset the wireless Hi-Fi speaker (see 'Troubleshooting' on page 26). Connect an Ethernet cable (not supplied) to: • the ETHERNET socket on the back of the device • one of the Ethernet ports on your home Wi-Fi router

Tip •• For some Wi-Fi routers, you may need to hold the

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WPS button for Wi-Fi connection or enable the WPS PBC function from the router configuration pages. See the user manuals of the specific routers for details. •• After successful network setup, you can tap Rock n' Roll on the above app screen to get ready for music play directly. For more details, go to the 'Play' section (see 'Play' on page 16).

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LAN4

LAN3

LAN2

LAN1

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Wait until the power/status indicator turns solid white. »» AW5000 is connected to your home Wi-Fi network successfully.

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After both the device and speaker icons appear, hold and drag the icon of your device towards the speaker to set up connection between them.

Stream audio to AW5000 Stream from your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet

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Make sure that your iOS/Android device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as AW5000. Run Philips AirStudio on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. If the following screen does not appear, select Speaker already setup on the initial Setup page. »» Your smartphone or tablet starts to search for the speaker on the same Wi-Fi network.

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Select a list mode to show music available for streaming.

Select your favorite music to start play.

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Download Media Manager from www. philips.com/mediamanager.

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Find the license key available on the quick start guide, then install Media Manager onto your PC/Mac.

Tip •• If the power/status indicator flashes white, it indicates

that the speaker is muted. Adjust volume on the speaker or your iOS/Android device to resume sound output. •• If you find that either the device or speaker icon does not appear at step 3, you can tap -> Refresh to refresh the screen display.

3 Stream from your PC/Mac To stream music from your PC/Mac to AW5000, you need to install a DLNA certified media sharing software (such as Media Manager available on www.philips.com/mediamanager or Windows Media Player 11+) onto your PC/Mac first. In this way, your PC/Mac can work as a media sharing server that streams music to the wireless Hi-Fi speaker.

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Make sure that your PC/Mac and AW5000 are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Run Media Manager on your PC/Mac. Select the available music source.

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Select AW5000 as the media player.

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Select a song from the list to start play.

You can also control music play from your iOS/ Android device.

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Make sure that your iOS/Android device and PC/Mac are connected to the same Wi-Fi network as AW5000. Run Philips AirStudio on your iOS or Android device.

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Hold and drag the Media Manager icon towards the speaker to set up Wi-Fi connection.

Tap the Media Manager icon to show music available for streaming. Select a song from the list to start play. Tip

•• It may take longer time for your iOS/Android device to show music from your PC/Mac.

•• If you find that either the device or speaker icon does not appear at step 3, you can tap refresh the screen display.

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Refresh to

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Run Philips AirStudio on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Tap Services -> Philips AW5000 to enter the home page.

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If the following message pops up, tap I agree to allow Internet access.

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Listen to Internet radio stations through AW5000

Search for an Internet radio station by its name or location, language etc.

On the home page, tap Internet radio to select the Internet radio source.

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To tune to an Internet radio station, select and tap its name in the result list.

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Tap a row in the list where you want to add the preset station. For example, if you want to assign preset number 2 to this station, tap the second row. »» A message pops up, in which the station name and preset number are shown. Philips AW5000

Preset Internet radio stations

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Tune to an Internet radio station and tap . »» A list of preset radio stations appears.

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Tap OK in the message box to confirm. »» The station is added into your list of preset radio stations.

Repeat the above procedures to add more presets.

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Tap to add the station into your favorite list directly.

Tip •• You cannot delete a preset radio station directly, but

you can replace it with another radio station. For example, if you want to delete a station at preset #3, you can tune to another radio station, tap , and then tap the 3rd row to replace the previous station.

To tune to a preset radio station • Press numeric keys (1-5) on AW5000 directly to tune to the first five preset radio stations. • You can also go to Presets on the app screen and tap one of your preset stations to start play.

Create your favorite list

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Tune to an Internet radio station.

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Repeat the above procedures to add more favorite stations.

To tune to a favorite radio station • Go to Favorite stations on the app screen and tap one of your favorite stations to start play. To delete a favorite radio station

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Tune to the radio station and tap . »» The radio station if removed from your favorite list directly.

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Play from an external device

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Tap Services -> Philips AW5000 to enter the home page.

You can also listen to an external audio player through the device.

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Connect an MP3 link cable (not supplied) to: • the MP3-LINK socket on the back of the device. • the headphone socket on an external audio player.

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Start play on the external audio player and adjust volume. »» You can hear music from the wireless Hi-Fi speaker. Use the controls on your audio player to control music play.

To switch to the MP3 link source manually:

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Run Philips AirStudio on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.

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On the home page, tap MP3 link to select the MP3 link source.

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Tap Internet Radio on the home page. »» If a new firmware is available. A firmware upgrade prompt pops up automatically.

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6 Upgrade firmware To improve the performance of AW5000, Philips may offer you new firmware for upgrade of your AW5000. Warning •• Always connect your AW5000 to AC power for

firmware upgrade. Never power off your AW5000 during firmware upgrade.

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Make sure that AW5000 is powered on and connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your smartphone or tablet. Make sure that your home Wi-Fi network is connected to the Internet. Run Philips AirStudio on your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. Tap Services -> Philips AW5000 to enter the home page.

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Tap OK on the prompt message to start firmware upgrade. »» The power/status indicator on AW5000 flashes amber during this process.

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Wait until the firmware upgrade process finishes, then tap OK on the prompt message to restart the device.

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If a new firmware is available, tap OK on the prompt message to start firmware upgrade. »» The power/status indicator on AW5000 flashes amber during this process.

You can also check and upgrade the firmware manually.

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On the home page, tap -> Firmware upgrade -> Check Online to check for new firmware.

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Wait until the firmware upgrade process finishes, then tap OK on the prompt message to restart the device.

Note •• Product information is subject to change without prior notice.

Frequency range

PBC (one button push)

2412 - 2462 MHz (CH1-CH11) (for /79, /37, /55, /97) 2412 - 2472 MHz (CH1-CH13) (for /12, /10, /05) Yes

General information

Specifications Amplifier Rated Output Power Frequency Response Signal to Noise Ratio MP3 Link

2 X 50 W @ 10% THD RMS 80 Hz - 18 kHz, ±3 dB > 86 dB 1000 mV RMS 20 kohm

AC power Operation Power Consumption Power Consumption in Standby Mode Dimensions - Main Unit (W x D x H) Weight - With Packing - Main Unit

100 ~ 240 V, 50/60 Hz 25 W < 0.5 W 140 x 145 x 45 mm 6.72 kg 5.46 kg

Speakers Speaker Impedance Speaker Driver Sensitivity

8 ohm 2 x dome tweeters, 2 x 4.5” woofers 85 dB/m/W

Wireless Wireless standard Wireless security

802.11b/g/n WEP, 10 or 26 hex digit keys WPA (TKIP) or WPA2 (TKIP / AES) with 8 - 40 ASCII printable characters passphrase

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8 Troubleshooting Warning •• Never remove the casing of this apparatus.

To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the system yourself. If you encounter problems when using this apparatus, check the following points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved, go to the Philips web site (www. philips.com/welcome). When you contact Philips, ensure that the apparatus is nearby and the model number and serial number are available. No power •• Make sure that the AC power plug of the device is connected properly. •• Make sure that there is power at the AC outlet. •• Check whether the device is in Eco standby mode.  No sound •• Check whether the device is muted. The power/status indicator flashes white when the device is muted. Adjust volume on the Philips AirStudio app or on AW5000 directly. •• If you have chosen the wired connection, check whether the Ethernet cable has been connected properly and securely. •• Check the Wi-Fi network connection. Set up the network again if needed (see 'Connect AW5000 to your home Wi-Fi network' on page 9). •• If the audio source is an external audio player, adjust volume on the audio player directly.  No response from the device •• Restart AW5000, and then set up the WiFi network for AW5000 again. •• Disconnect and reconnect the AC power plug, and then switch on the device again.  26

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Wi-Fi network connection failed •• This device does not support the WPSPIN method. •• Enable SSID broadcast on the Wi-Fi router. •• Keep away from potential sources of interference which may affect Wi-Fi signal, such as microwave ovens. •• Make sure that the SSID name of your home router consists of alphanumeric characters, with no space or special characters like %/#/*/# inserted. The network password should not consist of #/:/;/'. •• If you choose to rename your AW5000 manually on the Philips AirStudio app, do not use special characters or symbols. •• For some new types of Wi-Fi routers, a network name (SSID) may be created automatically when you use WPS for connection. Always change the default network name (SSID) to a simple one that consists of alphanumerical characters, and also change the Wi-Fi security mode to secure your network.  Wired network connection failed •• If you have tried wireless connection, before setup of wired connection, you need to reset the wireless Hi-Fi speaker. Follow the procedures below to reset the device:

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Unplug the power cord. Hold the numeric key 1 and plug the power cord again. »» The power/status indicator flashes amber, then turns solid amber, and after a while starts to flash amber again. Release the numeric key 1. Note

•• Do not release the numeric key 1 until the power/ status indicator flashes amber for a second time.

 

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Occasional breaking of music streaming Do one or all of the following: •• Move AW5000 closer to your Wi-Fi router. •• Remove any obstacles between AW5000 and your Wi-Fi router. •• Avoid using Wi-Fi channel which is overlapped by the nearby Wi-Fi network. •• Check if your network speed is fast enough (in cases where multiple devices share the same router, the wireless performance may be affected). Turn off the other devices connected to your home router. •• Enable the Quality of Service (QoS) option (if available on the Wi-Fi router). •• Turn off other Wi-Fi routers.  Music streaming failed with PC/Mac •• Temporarily disable the firewall and security software to see whether it blocks the ports that the media sharing software (Media Manager) uses to stream content. See the help documentation of your firewall and security software on how to unblock the ports used by wireless media sharing. •• When you use iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad/PC/ Mac for music streaming, if the music play breaks or stops, try to restart your iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad, media sharing software, or AW5000. •• Video streaming or FTP downloads may overload your router and therefore may cause interruptions during music streaming. Try to reduce the load of your router.  The power/status indicator remains red. What can I do? •• You need to recover the device with an Ethernet cable.

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Make sure that your router is connected to the Internet. Connect the device to the router through an Ethernet cable. Wait for automatic recovery of the device, which may take up to 10 minutes.

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9 Appendix 1: Mount the device onto wall

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Find a suitable place on a wall and use a pencil to mark the chosen location with your purchased bracket. Follow the instructions supplied with the purchased bracket to drill holes as marked.

Caution •• Risk of product damage! Always consult professional personnel to safely mount the product onto wall.

Warning •• Risk of injury! Make sure that no supply ducts such as gas, water or electricity are harmed when you drill the holes.

The AW5000 has a ¼" - 20 UNC (depth: 0.35") mounting hole at the back of the device. 0.35’’

1/4’’ -20UNC

Through this hole, you can easily mount the device onto wall with a suitable mounting bracket. The mounting bracket is not included and you need to purchase one. Please follow the instructions included with your purchased wall mounting bracket. Note •• The wall mounting bracket described below is for reference only.

•• Make sure that the mounting screw of your purchased wall mounting bracket matches the size of the hole at the back of AW5000, that is, ¼ inch (6.75mm). •• Make sure that the wall mounting bracket supports at least 25 lbs (11.3 kg).

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Insert the mounting screw on the bracket into the hole at the back of AW5000, then turn the rotating handle to tighten the screw.

LED color Blinking amber Solid amber White and amber alternately Green and amber alternately Solid white Blinking white Solid green Solid red

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10 Appendix 2: Understand meanings of LED colors Meaning The speaker is booting up or firmware upgrade is in progress. The speaker is not connected to any network. The speaker is in wireless setup mode, assisted by the AirStudio app. Follow the set-up instructions on the app. Wireless setup by the WPS method has been triggered or is ongoing. The speaker is connected to a Wi-Fi network and is ready for wireless music streaming. The speaker is muted. The speaker is in normal standby mode. The speaker is malfunctioning. You need to recover the speaker (see 'Troubleshooting' on page 26).

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Network Conditions of Use give you the rights to use certain features on your Device relating to the streaming of content. You must agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use before using the Device. Your use of the Device constitutes your agreement to be bound by these Terms and Conditions of Use and will give you the right to access these features. If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions of Use, you may return your Device to the point of purchase. These Terms and Conditions of Use supplement, and do not replace, any terms, conditions or disclaimers which were provided with your purchase of the Device. All such terms, conditions and disclaimers remain in full force and effect. Eligibility for Registration. You must be at least 14 years of age to assume the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. If you are under 14 years of age, you may not use the Device unless one of your parents or legal guardians assumes the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. Your use of the Device constitutes your representation that you are either 14 years of age or, if you are under 14 years of age, that your parent or legal guardian has assumed the responsibilities of these Terms and Conditions of Use. Restrictions on Modification of your Device Your Device provides access to certain streams of content. As a condition of obtaining access to those streams through the Device, you agree not to tamper with or otherwise modify or attempt to modify the Device in any  ­€‚ƒ„…­€†‡ˆ‰Š„†ˆ‡ˆ‹„Œ‹ŠŽŒŠŽ‡‰‹Š‰‘’“­€†”ˆŒ­‚ƒƒ‡‹‰‡­Š€Œ‡Š‡ˆ‹•‹–­‚‹—˜™Š„†‰‹‹‡ˆ‡Š„ will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent technological measures employed to control access to, or the rights in, any content. You agree that you will not circumvent or attempt to circumvent any copy management system by any means. You agree that you will not decipher or attempt to decipher cryptographic keys or otherwise defeat or attempt to defeat any security features implemented in the Device or in the content streams. You agree that you will not use the Device for any unauthorized purpose or in contravention of any law or regulation. Disclaimers Regarding Content The streams of content which are accessible through your Device are not controlled or programmed by Philips. ž‡ˆ‹‰Ÿ‡ˆ‹‰‹”‰Š–­…‹…‘‡ˆ­‰…”‰‡­‹Œ˜¡ˆ­€“ŠŽŠ„‰•‹–­‚‹ ­€……­‡­Š€‡Š­‡ŒŠ‡ˆ‹‰Ž‹‡„‰‹Œ—ŒŽŠ‰’ŠŽ “tuner” which allows you to receive the content broadcast by many others outside of your local area. Since the content is provided by others, PHILIPS HAS NO EDITORIAL CONTROL OVER ANY OF THAT CONTENT RECEIVED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE AND, THEREFORE IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONTENT OR ITS NATURE OR DELIVERY. PHILIPS DOES NOT ENDORSE ANY OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN ANY CONTENT RECEIVED THROUGH YOUR DEVICE. PHILIPS DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE TRUTHFULNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, COMPLETENESS OR TIMELINESS OF CONTENT. YOU AGREE THAT ANY RELIANCE ON CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. Limitations on Access to Streams. Philips does not guarantee access to any particular stream or to the content contained in any stream. Philips may, in its discretion, add or remove access to any specific stream or content at any time. Some streams are accessible through arrangements with online service providers which determine which streams are listed on their directories. Although Philips will strive to provide a good selection of online service providers, Philips does not guarantee continued access to any specific online service provider. Philips may, in its discretion, add or remove access to any specific online service provider. Rights in Content Content may be protected by copyright laws or other intellectual property or proprietary laws. In some situations, such as use of the Device in a commercial environment, it may be necessary for you to obtain, at your own risk, a license or other authorization to use such content. You agree that, in the event such a license or

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ability to play unprotected content. A list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your PC and/or your Device whenever you download a license for Secure Content. Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also download revocation lists onto your Device on behalf of Secure Content Owners, which may disable your  ­€‚ ƒ„… †‡€ˆ€‰Š… ‰‹… ‚‹ŒŠŽ… „‰‹‘ Ž… ’€„Œˆ†ŠŽ… ‰‘†“„” ‘Ž… †“’•‹‘… Œˆ†Š… – ‚—‘ … ˜‹“‰ “‰™… … – ‚—‘ … ˜‹“‰ “‰… š›“ ‘„… œ†Š… †ˆ„‹… require you to upgrade some of the WM-DRM components distributed with this Software (“WM-DRM £Œ¤‘†’ „¥¦…‡ ”‹‘ …†‚‚ „„€“¤…‰§ €‘…‚‹“‰ “‰™……¨§ “…Š‹—…†‰‰ œŒ‰…‰‹…Œˆ†Š…– ‚—‘ …˜‹“‰ “‰Ž…¨©ª«©…–‹”‰›†‘ …‡—€ˆ‰… by Microsoft will notify you that a WM-DRM Upgrade is required and then ask for your consent before the WM-DRM Upgrade is downloaded. WM-DRM Software built by Philips may do the same. If you decline the upgrade, you will not be able to access Secure Content that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade; however, you will still be able to access unprotected content and Secure Content that does not require the upgrade. WM-DRM features that access the Internet, such as acquiring new licenses and/or performing a required WM-DRM Upgrade, can be switched off. When these features are switched off, you will still be able to play Secure Content if you have a valid license for such content already stored on your Device. However, you will not be able to use certain of the WM-DRM Software features that require Internet access such as the ability to download content that requires the WM-DRM Upgrade. All title and intellectual property rights in and to the Secure Content is the property of the respective Secure Content owners and may be protected by applicable copyright or other intellectual property laws and treaties. This Agreement grants you no rights to use such Secure Content. To summarize, if the Software contains Microsoft WM-DRM components – Secure Content you desire to download, copy, store, display, transfer, and/or play is protected by the Microsoft WM-DRM components of the Software. Microsoft, Secure Content Owners, or Secure Content distributors may deny you access, or restrict your access, to Secure Content even after you have paid for, and/or obtained, it. Neither your consent nor the consent or approval of Philips is necessary for any of them to deny, withhold or otherwise restrict your access to Secure Content. Philips does not guaranty that you will be able to download, copy, store, display, transfer, and/or play Secure Content. 5. Open Source Software.……²†¦…³§€„…„‹”‰›†‘ …œ†Š…‚‹“‰†€“…‚‹œŒ‹“ “‰„…‰§†‰…†‘ …„—‡´ ‚‰…‰‹…‹Œ “ª„‹—‘‚ …‰ ‘œ„Ž… as stated in the documentation accompanying the Device. This Agreement does not apply to this software as „—‚§™…²‡¦…µ‹—‘…ˆ€‚ “„ …‘€¤§‰„…—“’ ‘…‰§€„…¶¤‘  œ “‰…’‹…“‹‰…€“‚ˆ—’ …†“Š…‘€¤§‰…‹‘…ˆ€‚ “„ …‰‹…—„ Ž…’€„‰‘€‡—‰ …‹‘…‚‘ †‰ … derivative works of the Software in any manner that would subject the Software to Open Source Terms. “Open –‹—‘‚ …³ ‘œ„¥… œ †“„… ‰§ … ‰ ‘œ„… ‹”… †“Š… ˆ€‚ “„ … ‰§†‰… ’€‘ ‚‰ˆŠ… ‹‘… €“’€‘ ‚‰ˆŠ… ²·¦… ‚‘ †‰ Ž… ‹‘… Œ—‘Œ‹‘‰… ‰‹… ‚‘ †‰ Ž… ‹‡ˆ€¤†‰€‹“„…”‹‘…¸§€ˆ€Œ„…›€‰§…‘ „Œ ‚‰…‰‹…‰§ …–‹”‰›†‘ …†“’•‹‘…’ ‘€­†‰€­ …›‹‘¹„…‰§ ‘ ‹”º…‹‘…²»¦…¤‘†“‰Ž…‹‘…Œ—‘Œ‹‘‰…‰‹… grant, to any third party any rights or immunities under intellectual property or proprietary rights in the Software or derivative works thereof. 6. Termination. This Agreement shall be effective upon installation or first use of the Software and shall ‰ ‘œ€“†‰ …²€¦…†‰…‰§ …’€„‚‘ ‰€‹“…‹”…¸§€ˆ€Œ„Ž…’— …‰‹…Š‹—‘…”†€ˆ—‘ …‰‹…‚‹œŒˆŠ…›€‰§…†“Š…‰ ‘œ…‹”…‰§€„…¶¤‘  œ “‰º…‹‘…²€€¦… upon destruction of all copies of the Software and related materials provided to you by Philips hereunder. ¸§€ˆ€Œ„ƒ„…‘€¤§‰„…†“’…Š‹—‘…‹‡ˆ€¤†‰€‹“„…„§†ˆˆ…„—‘­€­ …‰§ …‰ ‘œ€“†‰€‹“…‹”…‰§€„…¶¤‘  œ “‰™ 7. Upgrades. Philips may, at its sole option, make upgrades to the Software available by general posting on a website or by any other means or methods. Such upgrades may be made available pursuant to the terms of this Agreement or the release of such upgrades to you may be subject to your acceptance of another agreement. 8. Support Services.……¸§€ˆ€Œ„…€„…“‹‰…‹‡ˆ€¤†‰ ’…‰‹…Œ‘‹­€’ …‰ ‚§“€‚†ˆ…‹‘…‹‰§ ‘…„—ŒŒ‹‘‰…²¼–—ŒŒ‹‘‰…– ‘­€‚ „¥¦…”‹‘… the Software. If Philips does provide you with Support Services, these will be governed by separate terms to be agreed between you and Philips. 9. Limited Software Warranty. ¸§€ˆ€Œ„… Œ‘‹­€’ „… ‰§ … –‹”‰›†‘ …½†„… €„ƒ… †“’… ›€‰§‹—‰… †“Š… ›†‘‘†“‰Š…  ¾‚ Œ‰… ‰§†‰… the Software will perform substantially in accordance with the documentation accompanying the Software for a Œ ‘€‹’…‹”…‹“ …Š †‘…†”‰ ‘…Š‹—‘…”€‘„‰…’‹›“ˆ‹†’Ž…€“„‰†ˆˆ†‰€‹“…‹‘…—„ …‹”…‰§ …–‹”‰›†‘ Ž…›§€‚§ ­ ‘…‹‚‚—‘„…”€‘„‰™……¸§€ˆ€Œ„ƒ…  “‰€‘ …ˆ€†‡€ˆ€‰Š…†“’…Š‹—‘… ¾‚ˆ—„€­ …‘ œ ’Š…”‹‘…‡‘ †‚§…‹”…‰§€„…›†‘‘†“‰Š…„§†ˆˆ…‡ Ž…†‰…¸§€ˆ€Œ„ƒ…‹Œ‰€‹“Ž… €‰§ ‘…²€¦…‘ ‰—‘“… ‹”…‰§ …Œ‘€‚ …Œ†€’…‡Š…Š‹—…”‹‘…‰§ …–‹”‰›†‘ …²€”…†“Š¦º…‹‘…²‡¦…‘ Œ†€‘…‹‘…‘ Œˆ†‚ œ “‰…‹”…‰§ …–‹”‰›†‘ …‰§†‰…’‹ „…“‹‰…

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