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AW5000

1 Importante

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Seguridad 2 Aviso 3

2 Altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico

4 Introducción 4 Contenido de la caja 4 Otros elementos necesarios 4 Descripción de la unidad principal 5

3 Preparación

6 Descarga de Philips AirStudio en smartphones o tabletas 6 Conexión de la alimentación y encendido 7

7 Información del producto

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8 Solución de problemas

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9 Apéndice 1: Montaje del dispositivo en la pared

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Especificaciones

10 Apéndice 2: Descripción del significado de los colores del LED 31

4 Conexión de la unidad AW5000 a la red Wi-Fi doméstica

9 Opción 1: Configuración de una conexión inalámbrica a un router no WPS a través de un dispositivo iOS 9 Opción 2: Configuración a través de un router Wi-Fi no WPS y un dispositivo Android 12 Opción 3: Configuración de una conexión inalámbrica a un router WPS 14 Opción 4: Configuración de una conexión con cable a través de un cable Ethernet 16

5 Reproducción

17 Transferencia de audio a la unidad AW5000 17 Escuchar emisoras de radio por Internet a través de la unidad AW5000 20 Reproducción desde un dispositivo externo 23

6 Actualización de firmware

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Contenido

1 Importante

g No bloquee las aberturas de ventilación. Realice la instalación de acuerdo con las indicaciones del fabricante. h No quite nunca la carcasa de este producto.

Seguridad

i No exponga el producto a goteos ni salpicaduras de agua, lluvia o humedad.

Información para Europa: Atención a estos símbolos de seguridad

j No exponga el producto a la luz solar directa, al calor o a las llamas. k No instale cerca ninguna fuente de calor como, por ejemplo, radiadores, rejillas de calefacción, hornos u otros aparatos eléctricos (incluidos los amplificadores). l No coloque ningún otro aparato eléctrico sobre el producto.

El signo de exclamación indica características importantes cuya información debe leer detenidamente en los manuales adjuntos a fin de evitar problemas en el funcionamiento y en el mantenimiento. El símbolo del rayo indica componentes sin aislamiento dentro del producto que pueden generar una descarga eléctrica. Para reducir el riesgo de incendio o descarga eléctrica, el producto no debe exponerse a la lluvia o humedad ni se deben colocar sobre aquél objetos que contengan líquidos. a Lea estas instrucciones. b Guarde estas instrucciones. c Preste atención a todas las advertencias. d Siga todas las instrucciones. e No use este producto cerca del agua. f Utilice únicamente un paño seco para la limpieza.

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m No coloque sobre el producto objetos que puedan suponer un peligro (por ejemplo, objetos que contengan líquido o velas encendidas). n Si usa el enchufe de alimentación o un adaptador para desconectar el aparato, éstos deberán estar siempre a mano. Advertencia •• No quite nunca la carcasa de este aparato. •• No lubrique ninguna pieza de este aparato. •• No coloque nunca este aparato sobre otro equipo eléctrico.

•• No exponga el aparato a la luz solar directa, al calor o a las llamas.

•• Asegúrese de tener siempre un fácil acceso al cable de alimentación, al enchufe o al adaptador para desconectar el aparato de la corriente.

Riesgo de sobrecalentamiento. Nunca instale este aparato en espacios reducidos. Deje siempre un espacio de al menos 10 cm alrededor del aparato para permitir su ventilación. Asegúrese de que las cortinas u otros objetos no cubran las ranuras de ventilación del aparato.

Este producto cumple los requisitos de interferencias de radio de la Comunidad Europea.

El sistema se compone de materiales que se pueden reciclar y volver a utilizar si lo desmonta una empresa especializada. Siga la normativa local acerca del desecho de materiales de embalaje, pilas agotadas y equipos antiguos. Android es una marca registrada de Google Inc. El uso de esta marca registrada está sujeto a la autorización por parte de Google. Símbolo de equipo de Clase II:

Este producto cumple los requisitos de la directiva 1999/5/EC. Modificaciones Las modificaciones no autorizadas por el fabricante pueden anular la autoridad del usuario para utilizar este producto.

Aparato de Clase II con doble aislamiento y sin toma de tierra protegida. Nota •• La placa de identificación está situada en la parte

El producto ha sido diseñado y fabricado con materiales y componentes de alta calidad que pueden reciclarse y reutilizarse.

inferior del dispositivo.

Cuando aparece este símbolo de cubo de basura tachado en un producto, significa que cumple la Directiva europea 2002/96/EC. Infórmese sobre el sistema local de reciclaje de productos eléctricos y electrónicos. Proceda conforme a la legislación local y no se deshaga de sus productos antiguos con la basura doméstica normal. La eliminación correcta del producto antiguo ayudará a evitar posibles consecuencias negativas para el medioambiente y la salud. Información medioambiental Se ha suprimido el embalaje innecesario. Hemos intentado que el embalaje sea fácil de separar en tres materiales: cartón (caja), espuma de poliestireno (corcho) y polietileno (bolsas, lámina de espuma protectora).

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Aviso

2 Altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico Le felicitamos por su compra y le damos la bienvenida a Philips. Para poder beneficiarse por completo de la asistencia que ofrece Philips, registre el producto en www.philips.com/ welcome. Si se pone en contacto con Philips, se le preguntará el número de serie y de modelo del aparato. El número de modelo y el número de serie están en la parte inferior del aparato. Escriba los números aquí: Número de modelo ____________________ Número de serie ______________________

Introducción Con este altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico, puede: • transferir audio desde un dispositivo iOS o Android. • escuchar emisoras de radio por Internet o servicios de música en línea. • transfiera audio de un PC/Mac instalado con Media Manager descargado de www.philips.com/ mediamanager. • reproducir música de otros dispositivos de audio a través de la toma MP3LINK.

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Contenido de la caja Compruebe e identifique el contenido del paquete: • Altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico con Wi-Fi incorporado • 2 cables de alimentación de CA • Guía de configuración rápida • Hoja de seguridad

Otros elementos necesarios Para transferir audio inalámbricamente a la unidad AW5000, es necesario: • Un router con certificación Wi-Fi • Un dispositivo iOS o Android, como un iPod touch/iPhone/iPad o un teléfono Android o tableta; o un PC/ Mac con Wi-fi activado • La aplicación Philips AirStudio disponible en App Store de Apple (para dispositivos iOS) o Google Play Store (para dispositivos Android) La unidad AW5000 debe estar conectada a la misma red local que el dispositivo iOS/Android o PC/Mac mediante el router Wi-Fi.

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f MP3-LINK • Conecte un reproductor de audio externo mediante un cable de conexión MP3 (no incluido). g Botón WI-FI SETUP • Conecta el dispositivo a una red Wi-Fi.

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h Orificio de tornillo para el montaje en pared Consejo •• Puede consultar el Apéndice 1 para obtener

información sobre el montaje en pared (consulte 'Apéndice 1: Montaje del dispositivo en la pared' en la página 29).

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a +/• Ajustar el volumen. b Botones numéricos (1 a 5) • Seleccionan una emisora de radio por Internet. c Botón/indicador de encendido • Muestra el estado actual del dispositivo. • Enciende el dispositivo o cambia al modo de espera normal/de bajo consumo. d AC IN ~ • Conecta el cable de alimentación. ES

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e ETHERNET • (Opcional) Se conecta a un router inalámbrico por un cable Ethernet (no incluido).

Descripción de la unidad principal

3 Preparación Siga siempre las instrucciones de este capítulo en orden.

Descarga de Philips AirStudio en smartphones o tabletas 1

(Para los usuarios de iPod touch/iPhone/ iPad) Instale Philips AirStudio desde Apple App Store y, a continuación, ejecute la aplicación.

(Para los usuarios de smartphones o tabletas Android) Instale Philips AirStudio desde Google Play Store y, a continuación, ejecute la aplicación.

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Deslice el dedo a la derecha para ver las páginas de introducción y, a continuación, acceda a la página Setup (Configuración) inicial o toque Skip intro (Omitir intro) para acceder directamente a la página Setup (Configuración) inicial.

En la página Setup (Configuración) inicial, toque Setup a new speaker (Configurar un nuevo altavoz).

Conexión de la alimentación y encendido

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Precaución •• Riesgo de daños en el producto. Compruebe que el

voltaje de la fuente de alimentación coincide con el voltaje impreso en la parte inferior del dispositivo. •• Riesgo de descarga eléctrica. Cuando desenchufe el cable de CA, tire siempre de la clavija de la toma. No tire nunca del cable. •• Antes de conectar el cable de CA, asegúrese de que ha realizado correctamente las demás conexiones.

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Lea las instrucciones de conexión de la alimentación en la aplicación.

Lea los pasos de configuración general y, a continuación, toque Next (Siguiente).

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Conecte el cable de alimentación de CA a: • la toma AC IN ~ de la parte posterior del dispositivo. • la toma de corriente de la pared. »» El dispositivo se enciende automáticamente. »» El indicador de encendido/estado parpadea en ámbar durante la inicialización. »» Después de un momento, durante la configuración inicial, el indicador de encendido/estado se ilumina en ámbar de forma permanente.

AC IN

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Toque Next (Siguiente) en la pantalla de la aplicación para continuar.

Cambio entre el modo de espera normal y el modo de espera de bajo consumo • Para cambiar el dispositivo al modo de espera normal, pulse brevemente el botón/ indicador de encendido que hay sobre . »» El indicador de encendido/estado se ilumina en verde. •

Para cambiar el dispositivo al modo de espera de bajo consumo, mantenga pulsado el botón/indicador de encendido que hay sobre durante menos de 3 segundos y, a continuación, suelte el botón. »» El indicador de encendido/estado se ilumina en ámbar durante un momento y, a continuación, se apaga.

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Para encender el dispositivo desde el modo de espera normal o de bajo consumo, vuelva a pulsar brevemente el botón/indicador de encendido que hay sobre .

Encendido -> Modo de espera normal Encendido/ modo de espera normal -> Modo de espera de bajo consumo Modo de espera normal/ modo de espera de bajo consumo -> Encendido

Funcionamiento Estado del LED Pulse brevementeÁmbar/blanco el botón/indica- -> Verde dor de encendido que hay sobre . Mantenga pul- Ámbar/blanco sado el botón/ o verde -> indicador de Apagado encendido que hay sobre durante menos de 3 segundos y, a continuación, suelte el botón. Pulse breveVerde/apagamente el botón/ do -> Ámbar/ indicador de blanco encendido que hay sobre .

Para conectar AW5000 a su red WiFi doméstica existente, debe aplicar la configuración de la red Wi-Fi doméstica a AW5000. Seleccione el mejor método de configuración en función de las condiciones previas que se indican a continuación. Plataforma del dispositivo móvil iOS

Tipo de Otros router requisitos Wi-Fi No WPS No

Android

No WPS No

iOS o Android iOS o Android

WPS

No

No WPS Tiene o WPS un cable Ethernet.

Opción 1: Configuración de una conexión inalámbrica a un router no WPS a través de un dispositivo iOS 1 2

Antes de realizar la configuración, asegúrese de que el dispositivo iOS está conectado a su red Wi-Fi doméstica. Lea las instrucciones de configuración WiFi de la aplicación.

Método de configuración Elija la opción 1. Elija la opción 2. Elija la opción 3. Elija la opción 4.

Antes de conectar el AW5000 a su red Wi-Fi doméstica, asegúrese de que: a su router Wi-Fi está encendido y funciona correctamente. b el AW5000 está encendido y se ha inicializado correctamente. c ha anotado su contraseña de Wi-Fi. Una vez realizada la conexión, la unidad AW5000 recordará la configuración de su red Wi-Fi doméstica. Ya puede reproducir música o escuchar la radio por Internet a través de Philips AirStudio cuando el AW5000 esté encendido y conectado a su red Wi-Fi doméstica automáticamente. ES

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4 Conexión de la unidad AW5000 a la red Wi-Fi doméstica

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Cuando se indique, pulse brevemente WI-FI SETUP en la parte posterior del AW5000. »» El indicador de encendido/estado empieza a parpadear en ámbar y blanco alternativamente.

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Cuando se indique, salga de la aplicación y, a continuación seleccione Philips_Install en la lista de redes Wi-Fi disponibles.

»» Aparecerá una nueva red Wi-Fi creada por el AW5000, con el nombre de red (SSID) Philips_Install.

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WiFi SETUP

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Toque Next (Siguiente) en la pantalla de la aplicación anterior y, a continuación, lea las instrucciones para continuar con la configuración de la red.

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Asegúrese de que el dispositivo iOS está conectado a Philips_Install y, a continuación, vuelva a Philips AirStudio. Espere a que aparezca Speaker found (Altavoz encontrado) en la parte inferior de la pantalla de la aplicación anterior. »» Después de un momento, aparecerá automáticamente un cuadro para introducir la contraseña.

Introduzca la contraseña de su red Wi-Fi doméstica, toque Done (Hecho) para finalizar la introducción y, a continuación, toque Next (Siguiente).

10 Espere a que el indicador de encendido/

estado del AW5000 se ilumine en blanco de forma permanente. »» Aparecerá la pantalla siguiente. »» La unidad AW5000 se ha conectado correctamente a su red Wi-Fi doméstica.

* Si la contraseña de Wi-Fi contiene caracteres especiales como #/:/;/', debe modificarla.

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Dé al altavoz el nombre que desee y, a continuación, toque OK (Aceptar) para conectar el AW5000 a la red Wi-Fi doméstica.

Consejo •• Después de configurar la red correctamente, puede

tocar Rock n' Roll (Rock and roll) en la pantalla de la aplicación anterior para poder escuchar música directamente. Para obtener más información, consulte la sección 'Play' (Reproducción) (consulte 'Reproducción' en la página 17).

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Opción 2: Configuración a través de un router Wi-Fi no WPS y un dispositivo Android 1 2

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Cuando se indique, pulse brevemente WI-FI SETUP en la parte posterior del AW5000. »» El indicador de encendido/estado empieza a parpadear en ámbar y blanco alternativamente.

Antes de realizar la configuración, asegúrese de que el dispositivo Android está conectado a su red Wi-Fi doméstica.

»» Aparecerá una nueva red Wi-Fi creada por el AW5000, con el nombre de red (SSID) Philips_Install.

Lea las instrucciones de configuración WiFi de la aplicación.

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WiFi SETUP

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Toque Next (Siguiente) en la pantalla de la aplicación anterior. »» El dispositivo Android inicia la conexión con la nueva red Wi-Fi, que el AW5000 crea automáticamente.

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Espere a que se encuentre el altavoz.

Seleccione su red Wi-Fi doméstica y, a continuación, toque Next (Siguiente).

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Introduzca la contraseña de la red Wi-Fi doméstica y, a continuación, toque Next (Siguiente).

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* Si la contraseña de Wi-Fi contiene caracteres especiales como #/:/;/', debe modificarla.

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Dé al altavoz el nombre que desee y, a continuación, toque OK (Aceptar) para conectar el AW5000 a la red Wi-Fi doméstica.

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Espere a que el indicador de encendido/ estado del AW5000 se ilumine en blanco de forma permanente. »» Aparecerá la pantalla siguiente. »» La unidad AW5000 se ha conectado correctamente a su red Wi-Fi doméstica.

Opción 3: Configuración de una conexión inalámbrica a un router WPS 1

2 Nota •• Después de configurar la red correctamente, puede

tocar Rock n' Roll (Rock and roll) en la pantalla de la aplicación anterior para poder escuchar música directamente. Para obtener más información, consulte la sección 'Play' (Reproducción) (consulte 'Reproducción' en la página 17).

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Toque WPS Setup? (¿Configuración de WPS?) en la pantalla de la aplicación.

Lea las instrucciones de configuración mediante WPS.

Cuando se indique, mantenga pulsado WI-FI SETUP en la parte posterior del AW5000. »» El indicador de encendido/estado parpadea en ámbar y verde alternativamente.

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Espere a que el indicador de encendido/ estado del AW5000 se ilumine en blanco de forma permanente y, a continuación, toque Next (Siguiente) en la pantalla de la aplicación. »» Aparecerá la pantalla siguiente. »» La unidad AW5000 se ha conectado correctamente a su red Wi-Fi doméstica.

WiFi SETUP

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Pulse el botón de WPS en su router Wi-Fi doméstico.

WPS

Consejo •• En algunos routers Wi-Fi, es posible que tenga que

mantener pulsado el botón WPS para la conexión WiFi o activar la función WPS PBC a través de las páginas de configuración del router. Consulte los manuales de usuario de los routers específicos para obtener más información. •• Después de configurar la red correctamente, puede tocar Rock n' Roll (Rock and roll) en la pantalla de la aplicación anterior para poder escuchar música directamente. Para obtener más información, consulte la sección 'Play' (Reproducción) (consulte 'Reproducción' en la página 17).

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Opción 4: Configuración de una conexión con cable a través de un cable Ethernet Nota •• Si utiliza una conexión con cable, solo necesita

seleccionarSpeaker already setup(Altavoz ya configurado) en la páginaSetup(Configuración) inicial (consulte 'Descarga de Philips AirStudio en smartphones o tabletas' en la página 6).

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Si ha realizado la conexión inalámbrica, antes de configurar una conexión con cable debe restablecer el altavoz HiFi inalámbrico (consulte 'Solución de problemas' en la página 27). Conecte un cable Ethernet (no incluido) a: • la toma ETHERNET de la parte posterior del dispositivo • Uno de los puertos Ethernet de su router Wi-Fi doméstico

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To Modem

LAN4

LAN3

LAN2

LAN1

Reset

ETHER

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Espere a que el indicador de encendido/ estado se ilumine en blanco de forma permanente. »» La unidad AW5000 se ha conectado correctamente a su red Wi-Fi doméstica.

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Después de que aparezcan los iconos del dispositivo y el altavoz, mantenga pulsado el icono del dispositivo y arrástrelo hacia el altavoz para establecer la conexión entre ellos.

Transferencia de audio a la unidad AW5000 Transferencia desde una tableta o smartphone iOS o Android

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Asegúrese de que su dispositivo iOS/ Android está conectado a la misma red Wi-Fi que el AW5000. Ejecute Philips AirStudio en la tableta o smartphone iOS o Android. Si no aparece la pantalla siguiente, seleccione Speaker already setup (Altavoz ya configurado) en la página Setup (Configuración) inicial. »» El smartphone o la tableta empieza a buscar el altavoz en la misma red Wi-Fi.

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Seleccione un modo de lista para mostrar la música disponible para transmisión.

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5 Reproducción

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Seleccione su música favorita para iniciar la reproducción.

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Descargue Media Manager desde www. philips.com/mediamanager.

Busque la clave de licencia disponible en la guía de inicio rápido y, a continuación, instale Media Manager en el PC/Mac.

Consejo •• Si el indicador de encendido/estado parpadea en

blanco, indica que el altavoz está silenciado. Ajuste el volumen en el altavoz o en el dispositivo iOS/Android para reanudar la salida de sonido. •• Si detecta que el icono del dispositivo o el altavoz no aparece en el paso 3, puede tocar -> Refresh (Actualizar) para actualizar la pantalla de visualización.

Transferencia desde su PC/Mac Para transmitir música desde el PC/Mac al AW5000, primero debe instalar un software para compartir contenidos multimedia (como Media Manager, disponible en www.philips. com/mediamanager o Windows Media Player 11+) en el PC/Mac. De esta manera, su PC/ Mac puede funcionar como un servidor de uso compartido de contenidos multimedia para transmitir música al altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico.

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Asegúrese de que el PC/Mac y el AW5000 están conectados a la misma red Wi-Fi. Ejecute Media Manager en el PC/Mac. Seleccione la fuente de música disponible.

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Seleccione el AW5000 como reproductor multimedia.

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Seleccione una canción de la lista para comenzar a reproducir.

4 También puede controlar la reproducción de música desde el dispositivo iOS/Android.

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Arrastre el icono de Media Manager hacia el altavoz para configurar la conexión Wi-Fi.

Asegúrese de que el dispositivo iOS/ Android y el PC/Mac están conectados a la misma red Wi-Fi que el AW5000. Ejecute Philips AirStudio en el dispositivo iOS o Android.

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Toque el icono de Media Manager para mostrar la música disponible para transmisión. Seleccione una canción de la lista para comenzar a reproducir. Consejo

•• Puede que el dispositivo iOS/Android tarde más tiempo en mostrar la música del PC/Mac.

•• Si detecta que el icono del dispositivo o el altavoz no

aparece en el paso 3, puede tocar -> Refresh (Actualizar) para actualizar la pantalla de visualización.

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Escuchar emisoras de radio por Internet a través de la unidad AW5000 1 2

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Ejecute Philips AirStudio en la tableta o smartphone iOS o Android. Toque Services (Servicios) -> Philips AW5000 para acceder a la página de inicio.

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Si aparece el siguiente mensaje emergente, toque I agree (Acepto) para permitir el acceso a Internet.

En la página de inicio, toqueInternet radio(Radio por Internet) para seleccionar la fuente de radio por Internet.

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Busque la emisora de radio por Internet por su nombre o ubicación, idioma, etc.

Para sintonizar una emisora de radio por Internet, selecciónela y toque su nombre en la lista de resultados.

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Toque la fila de la lista donde desea añadir la emisora presintonizada. Por ejemplo, si desea asignar el número de presintonía 2 a esta emisora, toque la segunda fila. »» Aparecerá un mensaje emergente en el que se muestran el nombre y el número de presintonía de la emisora. Philips AW5000

Emisoras de radio por Internet presintonizadas

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Sintonice una emisora de radio por Internet y toque . »» Aparecerá una lista de emisoras de radio presintonizadas.

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Toque OK (Aceptar) en el cuadro del mensaje para confirmar. »» La emisora se añade a la lista de emisoras de radio presintonizadas.

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Repita los procedimientos anteriores para añadir más presintonías.

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Toque para añadir la emisora directamente a la lista de favoritas.

Consejo •• No puede eliminar una emisora de radio presintonizada directamente, pero puede sustituirla por otra. Por ejemplo, si desea eliminar una emisora de la presintonía número 3, puede sintonizar otra emisora de radio, tocar y, a continuación, tocar la 3ª fila para sustituir la emisora anterior.

Para sintonizar una emisora de radio presintonizada • Pulse los botones numéricos (1-5) del AW5000 directamente para sintonizar las primeras cinco emisoras de radio presintonizadas. • También puede acceder a Presets (Presintonías) en la pantalla de la aplicación y tocar una de las emisoras presintonizadas para iniciar la reproducción.

Creación de la lista de favoritas

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Sintonice una emisora de radio por Internet.

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Repita los procedimientos anteriores para añadir más emisoras favoritas.

Para sintonizar una emisora de radio favorita • Acceda a Favorite stations (Emisoras favoritas) en la pantalla de la aplicación y toque una de las emisoras favoritas para iniciar la reproducción. Para eliminar una emisora de radio favorita

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Sintonice una emisora de radio y toque . »» La emisora de radio se elimina directamente de la lista de favoritas.

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Toque Services (Servicios) ->Philips AW5000 para acceder a la página de inicio.

También puede escuchar un reproductor de audio externo a través del dispositivo.

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Conecte un cable de enlace MP3 (no incluido) a: • la toma MP3-LINK situada en la parte posterior del dispositivo. • La toma para auriculares de un reproductor de audio externo.

MP3 LINK

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En la página de inicio, toque MP3 link (Conexión MP3) para seleccionar la fuente de conexión MP3.

Inicie la reproducción en el reproductor de audio externo y ajuste el volumen. »» Oirá la música a través del altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico. Utilice los controles de su reproductor de audio para controlar la reproducción de música.

Para cambiar a la fuente de conexión MP3 manualmente:

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Reproducción desde un dispositivo externo

6 Actualización de firmware

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Para mejorar el rendimiento de su AW5000, Philips puede ofrecer nuevo firmware para su actualización.

Toque Internet Radio (Radio por Internet) en la página de inicio. »» Si hay un nuevo firmware disponible, aparece automáticamente un mensaje emergente de actualización de firmware.

Advertencia •• Conecte siempre la unidad AW5000 a una fuente

de alimentación de CA para la actualización del firmware. Nunca apague la unidad AW5000 durante la actualización del firmware.

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Asegúrese de que la unidad AW5000 está encendida y conectada a la misma red WiFi que su smartphone o tableta. Asegúrese de que la red Wi-Fi doméstica está conectada a Internet. Ejecute Philips AirStudio en la tableta o smartphone iOS o Android. Toque Services (Servicios) -> Philips AW5000 para acceder a la página de inicio.

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Toque OK (Aceptar) en el mensaje emergente para iniciar la actualización de firmware. »» El indicador de encendido/estado del AW5000 parpadea en ámbar durante este proceso.

Espere a que finalice el proceso de actualización de firmware y, a continuación, toque OK (Aceptar) en el mensaje emergente para reiniciar el dispositivo.

También puede comprobar y actualizar el firmware manualmente.

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En la página de inicio, toque -> Firmware upgrade -> Check Online (Actualización de firmware -> Compruebe en línea) para comprobar si hay nuevo firmware.

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Si hay un nuevo firmware disponible, toque OK (Aceptar) en el mensaje emergente para iniciar la actualización de firmware. »» El indicador de encendido/estado del AW5000 parpadea en ámbar durante este proceso.

Espere a que finalice el proceso de actualización de firmware y, a continuación, toque OK (Aceptar) en el mensaje emergente para reiniciar el dispositivo.

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7 Información del producto Nota •• La información del producto puede cambiar sin previo aviso.

Rango de frecuencia

PBC (botón de un solo toque)

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

Información general

Especificaciones Amplificador Potencia de salida Respuesta de frecuencia Relación señal/ruido Conexión MP3

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

Altavoces Impedancia del altavoz Controlador de altavoz Sensibilidad

8 ohmios 2 x tweeter de cúpula, 2 x woofer de 4,5” 82 dB/m/W

Inalámbrico Estándar inalámbrico Seguridad inalámbrica

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802.11b/g WEP, claves de 10 o 26 dígitos hexadecimales WPA (TKIP) o WPA2 (TKIP / AES) con clave de acceso de entre 8 y 40 caracteres ASCII imprimibles

Alimentación de CA Consumo de energía en funcionamiento Consumo de energía en el modo de espera Dimensiones - Unidad principal (anch. x alto x prof.) Peso - Con embalaje - Unidad principal

100 ~ 240 V, 50/60 Hz 25 W < 0,5 W

140 x 145 x 45 mm 6,72 kg 5,46 kg

Advertencia •• No quite nunca la carcasa de este aparato.

Para que la garantía mantenga su validez, no trate nunca de reparar el sistema usted mismo. Si tiene problemas al usar este aparato, compruebe los siguientes puntos antes de llamar al servicio técnico. Si no consigue resolver el problema, vaya al sitio Web de Philips (www.philips.com/welcome). Cuando se ponga en contacto con Philips, asegúrese de que el aparato esté cerca y de tener a mano el número de modelo y el número de serie. No hay alimentación •• Asegúrese de que lel enchufe del cable de alimentación del dispositivo está conectado correctamente. •• Asegúrese de que haya corriente en la toma de CA. •• Compruebe si el dispositivo está en modo de espera de bajo consumo. No hay sonido •• Compruebe si el dispositivo está silenciado. El indicador de encendido/estado parpadea en blanco cuando el dispositivo está silenciado. Ajuste el volumen directamente en la aplicación Philips AirStudio o en la unidad AW5000. •• Si ha escogido la conexión con cables, compruebe si el cable Ethernet se ha conectado correctamente y de forma segura. •• Compruebe la conexión de red WiFi. Vuelva a configurar la red si fuera necesario (consulte 'Conexión de la unidad AW5000 a la red Wi-Fi doméstica' en la página 9).

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Si la fuente de audio es un reproductor de audio externo, ajuste el volumen directamente en el reproductor de audio.

El dispositivo no responde •• Reinicie el AW5000 y, a continuación, configure de nuevo la red Wi-Fi del AW5000. •• Desconecte y vuelva a conectar el enchufe de alimentación de CA; a continuación, encienda de nuevo el dispositivo. La conexión de red de Wi-Fi ha fallado •• Este dispositivo no es compatible con el método WPS-PIN. •• Active la emisión de SSID en el router Wi-Fi. •• Aleje el dispositivo de fuentes potenciales de interferencia que pueden afectar la señal Wi-Fi, como los microondas. •• Asegúrese de que el nombre SSID del router de su casa se compone de caracteres alfanuméricos, sin introducir ningún espacio o caracteres especiales como %/#/*/#. La contraseña de la red no debe contener #/:/;/'. •• Si escoge renombrar la unidad AW5000 manualmente en la aplicación Philips AirStudio, no utilice caracteres especiales ni símbolos. •• En algunos tipos de routers Wi-Fi nuevos, puede crearse un nombre de red (SSID) automáticamente al utilizar el método WPS para la conexión. Cambie siempre el nombre de red (SSID) predeterminado por otro más sencillo que conste de caracteres alfanuméricos, y cambie también el modo de seguridad de la conexión Wi-Fi para proteger su red. La conexión a la red por cable ha fallado •• Si ha realizado la conexión inalámbrica, antes de configurar una conexión con cable debe restablecer el altavoz Hi-Fi inalámbrico. Siga los procedimientos siguientes para restablecer el dispositivo:

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8 Solución de problemas

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Desenchufe el cable de alimentación. Mantenga pulsado el botón numérico 1 y vuelva a enchufar el cable de alimentación. »» El indicador de encendido/estado parpadea en ámbar y, a continuación, se ilumina en ámbar de forma permanente. Después de un momento, empieza a parpadear en ámbar de nuevo. Suelte el botón numérico 1. Nota

•• No suelte el botón numérico 1 hasta que el indicador

de encendido/estado parpadee en ámbar por segunda vez.

Fallo ocasional de la transferencia de música Utilice una o varias de las siguientes opciones: •• Coloque su AW5000 más cerca de su router Wi-Fi. •• Elimine cualquier obstáculo entre su AW5000 y su router Wi-Fi. •• Evite utilizar el canal Wi-Fi que esté muy solapado por las redes Wi-Fi cercanas. •• Compruebe si la velocidad de la red es lo bastante rápida (en casos donde varios dispositivos comparten el mismo router el rendimiento inalámbrico puede verse afectado). Apague los otros dispositivos conectados al router de su casa. •• Active la opción de calidad del servicio (QoS), si está disponible en el router Wi-Fi. •• Apague otros routers Wi-Fi.

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Error de transmisión de música con PC/Mac •• Desactive temporalmente el software de seguridad y el firewall para comprobar si se bloquean los puertos que el software de uso compartido de contenido multimedia (Media Manager) usa para transmitir contenidos. Consulte la documentación de la ayuda del software de seguridad y firewall para saber cómo desbloquear los puertos utilizados para el uso compartido de contenidos multimedia de forma inalámbrica. •• Cuando utilice iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad/ PC/Mac para transferir música, si la reproducción de música se interrumpe o para, trate de volver a encender su iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad, software de uso compartido de contenidos multimedia o la unidad AW5000. •• La transferencia de vídeos o las descargas de FTP pueden sobrecargar el router y por lo tanto pueden causar interrupciones durante la transmisión de música. Intente reducir la carga de su router. El indicador de encendido/estado permanece en rojo. ¿Qué puedo hacer? •• Debe recuperar el dispositivo mediante un cable Ethernet.

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Asegúrese de que el router está conectado a Internet. Conecte el dispositivo al router mediante un cable Ethernet. Espere a que el dispositivo se recupere automáticamente, lo cual puede tardar hasta 10 minutos.

Nota •• El soporte de montaje en pared descrito a

continuación se utiliza solo como referencia.

•• Asegúrese de que el tornillo de montaje del soporte

de montaje en pared que ha adquirido coincide con el tamaño del orificio de la parte posterior del AW5000, es decir, 6,75 mm (¼ pulgadas). •• Asegúrese de que el soporte de montaje en pared soporta como mínimo 11,3 kg (25 libras).

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Precaución •• Riesgo de daños en el producto. Consulte siempre con personal profesional para realizar un correcto montaje del producto en la pared.

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9 Apéndice 1: Montaje del dispositivo en la pared

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Busque un lugar adecuado en la pared y utilice un lápiz para marcar la ubicación elegida con el soporte que ha adquirido. Siga las instrucciones incluidas en el soporte que ha adquirido para perforar los orificios marcados.

•• Riesgo de lesión. Asegúrese de que no daña los

conductos de suministro de gas, agua o electricidad al perforar los agujeros.

El AW5000 tiene un orificio de montaje de ¼" - 20 UNC (profundidad: 0,35") en la parte posterior del dispositivo. 0.35’’

1/4’’ -20UNC

A través de este orificio, puede montar fácilmente el dispositivo en la pared mediante un soporte de montaje adecuado. El soporte de montaje no se incluye, debe adquirirlo. Siga las instrucciones que incluye el soporte de montaje en pared que ha adquirido.

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Introduzca el tornillo de montaje del soporte en el orificio de la parte posterior del AW5000 y, a continuación, gire el mango giratorio para apretar el tornillo.

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10 Apéndice 2: Descripción del significado de los colores del LED Color del LED Ámbar parpadeante Ámbar permanente Blanco y ámbar alternativamente

Verde y ámbar alternativamente Blanco permanente Blanco parpadeante Verde permanente Rojo permanente

Significado El altavoz se está inicializando o hay una actualización de firmware en curso. El altavoz no está conectado a ninguna red. El altavoz está en modo de configuración inalámbrica, asistido por la aplicación AirStudio. Siga las instrucciones de configuración de la aplicación. Se ha activado o está en curso la configuración inalámbrica mediante el método WPS. El altavoz está conectado a una red Wi-Fi y está listo para transmitir música inalámbricamente. El altavoz está silenciado. El altavoz está en modo de espera normal. El altavoz no funciona correctamente. Debe recuperar el altavoz (consulte 'Solución de problemas' en la página 27).

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