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    NP3900 Suggestions: More Alarms, bookmark folders

    Hi!

    I just received my Philips NP 3900 and soundwise I'm quite satisfied. I want to use it primary as an alarm clock wking me with my MP3 collection.

    Is there any chance to add more than 1 alarm? My wife and I have different wakeup times each day and it is quite cumbersome to switch alarms. Currently I have to:
    - stop the music
    - click alarm menu
    - click ok twice for music (possible to switch off those annoying messageboxes?)
    - change the time
    - click ok to select only once (I would really like to select only weekdays, but this results in more ok-clicking for annoying messageboxes)
    - go to sleep again

    Please implement a way to quickly switch alarms. Even my mobile phone is more flexible.

    Another problem which results in a lot of unneccessary clicking is selecting which album I want to play. I have organized not only my music, but also pictures and videos on my Windows Home Server, all served via UPnP. When I click on Media Library, I always have to
    - Select the server
    - Select music
    - browse the whole directory structure

    Please add a way to bookmark folders as favorites. This would help a lot.

    Looking forward for a new firmware ;-)

    bye,
    Chris

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    as far as i know, multiple alarms are not supported. but i do think this is a good suggestion.

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    Hi cwaidner,

    Hope you don't mind I summarize your suggestion here:
    http://www.supportforum.philips.com/...1019#post11019

    See if you have something to add.

    Rgs, kwinnie

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    Well, multiple alarms were already suggested when the NP3500 was introduced on the market.
    See the Streamium cafe forum.
    When you buy such high class product, at a high class price, you would expect several alarms, isn't it? Or you need to have 2 NP3900 in your bed room?

    Finally, I am very satisfied with the NP3900 as I already was with my 2 NP3500' and NP2500. The sound is just excellent. It is just a pity that Philips does not go the last mile for what regards the usability.

    I would also recommend Skifta to control through Android (smartphone) all my NP devices.

    Regards,
    Francis
    Last edited by k1200rs; 09-12-2011 at 01:49 PM.

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