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Philips GoGear Opus (SA1OPSxxK/02 models)

Introduction

This page gathers all the information about the Philips GoGear Opus range of MP3 audio & video players. Here you can find everything we know about them, and information about it's port into Rockbox.

Port status

Just starting

The forum topic is here: http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,28470.0.html

Installation steps

Some day

Device info

The Philips GoGear Opus brand has three models. The only difference is the capacity:
  • SA1OPS08K/02 - 8 GB
  • SA1OPS16K/02 - 16 GB
  • SA1OPS32K/02 - 32 GB

Official website

Hardware

PCB

I don't have a flatbed scanner, so the pictures are from my digital camera, taken with a lot of ambient light and without flash. Anyways, in case the pictures aren't clear enough, a list follows with all the text found on everything that looks like a chip.

Side A

Photo here

1: NAND flash memory chip ?? TODO confirm this.
Toshiba L65638
Japan 0915 KCE
TH58NVG6D1DTG20

2: SDRAM chip ?? TODO confirm this.
Hynix HY5S5B2CL
FP-6E C 911A
0WFL1261LQ1

3: CPU
Telechips TCC8300
00AX-YNR-PG
N19ZRN
0831

4: ??
K36A
G5921

5: ??
AGDV

6: ??
CF912

7: ??
0319
CH7A
911

8: ??
A106

Side B

Photo here

9: ??
Toshiba L62194
Japan 0915 KCE
TH58NVG6D 1DTG20

10: ??
VM89AC
L3913-AD

11: ??
N02

12: ??
2R2

13: ??
JEAB
CMT 840

14: ??
CF912

15: Real Time Clock (RTC) ?? TODO: confirm!
MAL
CIRRUS
42L51C
RT0817

16: ??
N02

Special modes

TODO test

Repair / Recovery mode

Important: contents stored in the player will be erased after the player recovery. Do data backup before performing this function.
  1. Press and hold VOL+ volume button and then connect your player to your PC until the Philips Device Manager acknowledges your player and enters the recovery mode.
  2. Release the VOL+ volume button and then click on Repair to start the recovery process.
  3. Follow the information on the PC screen to disconnect your player when recovery is complete.

TODO test

Production test mode

Production test mode is useful for checking if all components of the player (eg. display, RAM, etc.) are working.
  1. Shut down the player.
  2. Power the device on while holding VOL+ and VOL- volume buttons at the same time.

TODO test

Direct USB Drive mode

  1. Shut down the player.
  2. Power the device on while holding MENU key (the one with the turning arrow).

Technical data

Power

  • Power supply: 880 mAh Li-ion polymer internal rechargeable battery
  • Play time (music): 30 hours
  • Play time (video): 6 hours
  • Software on CD-ROM: Philips Device Manager, Media Converter for Philips, Windows Media Player, Napster player

Sound

  • Channel separation: 45 dB
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 18 kHz
  • Output power (RMS): 2 x 2.4 mW
  • Signal to noise ratio: > 84 dB
  • THD: 0.05% at 1 kHz
  • Channel separation: 45 dB

Recording

  • Audio capturing: Built-in microphoone (mono)
  • FM radio

Storage media

  • Built-in memory capacity: SA1OPS16 16GB NAND Flash

Display

  • Type: Color LCD
  • Size: 2.8" (7.1 cm) (7 lines of text)
  • Resolution: QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
  • Color: 18 bits depth (262144 colours)

Connectivity

  • Headphones: 3.5 mm
  • USB: High-speed USB 2.0

Audio playback

Audio playback supported by original firmware:
  • Supported formats: MP3, PCM, ADPCM, Audible, WMA, M4A, FLAC
  • MP3 bit rates: 8 - 320 kbps VBR
  • MP3 sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
  • WMA bit rates: 5 - (192? 320?) kbps VBR
  • WMA sample rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.050, 24?, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
  • ID3-tag support
  • Audible format support

Video playback

Video playback supported by original firmware:
  • Supported formats: AVI, WMV (requires supplied Windows Media Player)
  • Supported formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, BMP
  • MPEG4 SP: Up to 640 kbps, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 fps (other formats to be supported by provided Media Converter for Philips)
  • WMV9: Up to 512 kbps, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 fps (other formats to be supported by provided Media Converter for Philips)

-- JuanNavarro - 25 Jul 2011
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