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- 65,000 Color LCD
- MP3, WMA, Audio ASF,Secure WMA and
Ogg Playback
- Removable Storage Device
- Text and Image Viewer
- Direct MP3 Recording
- FM Reception
- SRS WOW Surround Sound
- USB 2.0 High Speed Data Transfer
- Upgradable
- Built-in Rechargeable Li-polymer Battery
- Voice Recording Function
Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
400 Valley Road, Suite 201 Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
AH68-01629L (Rev 0.0)
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Contents
I Preparations
Safety Instructions ................................................................................................................................................4
Battery Charger Safety ........................................................................................................................................6
Charging the battery ............................................................................................................................................7
Features ..............................................................................................................................................................8
Components ......................................................................................................................................................11
Location of Controls............................................................................................................................................12
I Connection to Computer
Connecting the player to PC ..............................................................................................................................14
Manual installation of the USB Driver ................................................................................................................18
Using the removable storage(PC) ......................................................................................................................22
● Formatting on your PC ..................................................................................................................................22
● Downloading/Uploading files ........................................................................................................................22
● Disconnecting the USB cable ........................................................................................................................23
● Transferring music files using Windows Media ............................................................................................24
Installing Music Studio........................................................................................................................................26
Using Music Studio ............................................................................................................................................27
To View Help on Music Studio............................................................................................................................31
Installing Multimedia Studio................................................................................................................................32
Using Multimedia Studio ....................................................................................................................................34
To View Help on Multimedia Studio....................................................................................................................39
I Basic Usage
Playing Music and Turning Off the Device ........................................................................................................40
HOLD Function ..................................................................................................................................................41
Recording Voice ................................................................................................................................................41
Recording MP3s ................................................................................................................................................42
Searching for Music/Voice Files ........................................................................................................................43
Loop Repeating ..................................................................................................................................................44
MENU Options....................................................................................................................................................45
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Contents
I Additional Usage
Using Navigation ................................................................................................................................................45
Setting Playlist ....................................................................................................................................................49
FM Radio Settings ..............................................................................................................................................50
FM Recording ....................................................................................................................................................54
Viewing Image ..................................................................................................................................................55
Viewing Text ......................................................................................................................................................56
Setting the Advanced Functions ........................................................................................................................57
Selecting the Play mode ....................................................................................................................................58
Sound Settings ..................................................................................................................................................59
Display Settings..................................................................................................................................................62
Record Settings ..................................................................................................................................................65
Time Settings......................................................................................................................................................66
Play Speed Settings ..........................................................................................................................................68
Deleting File........................................................................................................................................................69
Setting the System ............................................................................................................................................70
I Appendix
MENU Table ......................................................................................................................................................72
I Customer Support
Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................................73
Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................75
Safety Information ..............................................................................................................................................76
Warranty ............................................................................................................................................................78
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
Read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the
equipment.
I Earphones
Do not subject the player to
severe impact.
Follow Traffic Safety Instructions
● Do not use the earphones while driving an automobile or riding a bicycle.
It’s not only dangerous, but also against the law.
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Do not expose to extreme
temperatures (above 95°F
or below 23°F). Do not
expose to moisture.
● To avoid an accident, do not turn up the volume of the earphones too high while walking.
Do not let any foreign
matter spill into the
device.
Do not place heavy objects
on the player.
Do not expose to
chemicals such as
benzene and thinners.
Do not touch the charger with
wet hands.
Do not expose to direct
sunlight or heat sources.
Do not store in dusty areas.
Protect your ears
● Do not turn up the volume too high. Doctors warn against prolonged exposure to high volume.
● Stop using the device or turn the volume down if you have ringing in your ears.
I Ambient operating conditions
● Ambient temperature : 5°C ~ 35°C (41°F ~ 95°F)
Humidity : 10 ~ 75%
I Environmental Information
● Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packages, batteries,
and old electronic appliances.
● Your player is packaged with cardboard, polyethylene etc., and does not use any unnecessary materials.
Do not try to disassemble
and repair the device
yourself.
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✽ Please be aware that we claim no responsibility
for damage from data loss
due to breakdown, repair or other causes.
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Battery Charger Safety
CAUTION
Opening the case may result in electric shock.
The uninsulated parts inside the charger may
cause electric shock. Please do not open the
charger case for your safety.
Read the user manual to prevent problems
while using the charger.
Charging the battery
The charger is supplied with your player.
Plug the charger into a wall outlet.
❈ When recharging is complete,
“FULLY CHARGED” is shown in the
display window.
❈ The unit can also be charged at low speed
using the power supplied from your computer
through the USB cable.
❈ Battery recharge time in normal operation is
approximately 2 hours.
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Caution
Warning
- Use the charger away from water sources to avoid fire or electric shock.
Caution
- To avoid electric shock, use the charger only with a power outlet that matches the shape of the
converter's plug.
- Make sure that the charger's plug is inserted all the way into the outlet.
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- To avoid the risk of fire, do not charge longer than 12 hours.
- Do not plug several devices into the same outlet.
- Do not use a rechargeable battery or charger that is defective.
- When using the rechargeable battery for the first time or after several months of
non-use, fully charge it first.
- Overcharging will reduce the battery life.
- The rechargeable battery is a consumable item and its capacity will decrease gradually.
- To prolong the life of your battery, use the fully charged battery until it is completely discharged,
and then fully charge it again before use. If you charge the battery that is not completely drained,
the battery operating time will decrease. In this case, fully cycle (fully charge and then fully discharge)
the battery several times.
- Do not let metallic objects, such as necklaces or coins, come into contact with the terminals
(metallic parts) of the charger and the built-in rechargeable battery.
A fire or electric shock may result.
- Do not touch the charger with wet hands.
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Features
65,000 Color LCD
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The 65,000 color LCD allows color display of image files.
MP3, WMA, Audio ASF, Secure WMA and
Ogg Playback
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The player supports playback of MP3, WMA, Audio ASF,Secure WMA and Ogg(Ogg
Vorbis)
Features
Direct MP3 Recording
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You can convert music from CDs, cassettes, and radio into
MP3 files without a PC.
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FM Reception
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Listening to an FM program is made easy with Auto Search and
Frequency Memory functions.
❉ OGG is a new audio compression format that is free, open and unpatented.
For more info, see www.vorbis.com
Removable Storage Device
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SRS WOW Surround Sound
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The 3D surround(SRS) feature adds spaciousness to the sound.
You can easily copy and paste files to the player using Windows Explorer.
USB 2.0 High Speed Data Transfer
Text and Image Viewer
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Maximum data speed transfer of 70 Mbps
The player can be used as a text and image viewer to view saved e-books or pictures.
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Components
Features
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Upgradable
You can upgrade the built-in programs when available.
Please check the home page (www.samsung.com) for upgrades.
Belt Clip
Neck Strap
Earphone
Charger
AH61-01914A
AH61-01414B
AH30-00075D
AH44-00050B
Built-in Rechargeable Li-polymer Battery
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The built-in rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 10 hours of play time.
❉ Time may vary depending on usage pattern.
Player
User manual
AH68-01629L
Voice Recording Function
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Direct Connect
USB Adapter
USB Cable
AH39-00692A
Line In Cable Installation CD
AH39-00488A
AH80-00082B
AH39-00590B
You can make high quality voice recordings.
Model
YP-T7 H
YP-T7 V
YP-T7 X
YP-T7 Z
Built-in memory
128MB
256MB
512MB
1GB
● The capacity of the useable built-in memory is less than indicated as the internal firmware
uses part of the memory as well.
● The accessories' design is subject to change for the purpose of improvement, without notice.
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Location of Controls
Location of Controls
Microphone
Display
Earphone Jack
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I Display
Play mode indicator
Neck strap Hook
Remaining Battery Power indicator
Play/Stop/Pause indicator
01:07
Equalizer, SRS indicator
time indicator
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MENU, Navigation button/
Move to Track/
Speed Search/
Volume Button
Hold Switch
Play/Pause Button
Loop Repeating Button
Track Number indicator
Building Bridges
Current song
Anyone of us
Next song
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Bitrates indicator
- 00:58:03
Playtime indicator
Recording Button
ENC Jack
USB Cable Connection Port
RESET Hole
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Connecting the player to your PC
Connecting the player to your PC
Š System Requirements.
● Pentium 200MHz or greater
● Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP
● 40MB of available hard disk space
● CD-ROM drive
(double speed or greater)
● USB port (2.0) supported
● VGA graphic
● DirectX 8.0 or greater
For Windows 98/98SE, install the USB driver prior to
connecting the player to PC.
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The PC system must meet the
following specifications:
I Installing software
1 Insert the Installation CD into the
2 Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
CD-ROM drive.
Select [Install Player USB Driver].
Note
- Log into your PC as an administrator
(Main User) and install the supplied
software (Music / Multimedia Studio) for
Windows 2000 or XP. Otherwise, the
software may not install properly.
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Connecting the player to your PC
Connecting the player to your PC
I Connecting the player to your PC with the USB cable
bottom of the player.
● If you disconnect the USB cable from your PC while implementing a
command or initializing during USB driver installation, your PC may not
function correctly.
Note
- You can also connect the player to your PC with the Direct connect USB adapter.
4 Upon installation of the USB driver "SAMSUNG YP-T7 USB Device" will appear
in the [System Properties] ➝ [Device Manager].
How to check if USB driver is properly installed
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1 Connect the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
2 Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB cable connection port on the
Windows 98:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Device Manager ➝ Disk Drives ➝ SAMSUNG YP-T7
Windows 2000/XP:
Start ➝ Settings ➝ Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝ Device Manager ➝ Disk Drives ➝
SAMSUNG YP-T7 USB Device
3 The USB driver is installed with a message saying that it is searching for a new
device. You may not see the display screen during installation.
Go to the device manager to check that installation has been successfully
completed.
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Manual installation of the USB Driver
1 If the driver does not install automatically, follow the instructions below to
Manual installation of the USB Driver
2 Select [Control Panel] ➝ [System] ➝ [Device Manager].
install the USB driver manually.
3 Click [YP-T7].
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The USB driver is located in
C:\WINDOWS\INF\MUSBA2.inf.
if the driver does not appear,
click on Browse to locate it.
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Manual installation of the USB Driver
Manual installation of the USB Driver
The USB driver is located in
C:\WINDOWS\INF\DISKDRV.inf.
if the driver does not appear,
click on Browse to locate it.
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4 Click [Reinstall Driver].
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Using the removable storage(PC)
Before formatting can begin, you must connect your YP-T7 to your PC using the USB cable
(see page 16).
I Formatting on your PC
1 Select the removable disc icon
2 Press the [Start] button.
and click the right mouse button
to select [Format].
Using the removable storage(PC)
3 Select the files to save. Drag and drop them into respective folders in the
removable disc.
● Place music files in the removable disc, text files in the TEXT folder,
and image files in the IMAGE folder.
● All saved files will be formatted.
● You can change the name of removable
disc by selecting [Volume label].
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Notice
- Disconnecting the USB cable while downloading or
uploading files may cause malfunction of the player.
- The music file order displayed in Windows Explorer
may differ from the play order on your player.
I Disconnecting the USB cable
After completing the file transfer, you must disconnect the cable in the following way:
1 Double-click on the green arrow in the taskbar
Notice
- Care must be taken as formatted files can not be recovered.
I Downloading/Uploading files
1 Connect the player to your PC with the supplied USB cable.
2 Open Windows Explorer on PC.
on the bottom right of the window.
2 When the [Stop a Hardware
device] message appears,
press the [OK] button and
disconnect the USB cable.
● Removable Disc is displayed in Windows Explorer.
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Transferring music files using Windows Media
4 When the [Sync] window appears,
I Downloading Secure WMA Files
✻
Make sure to download the Secure WMA file you purchased from a pay site
through Windows Media Player Version 9 or above and save it to a folder on your PC.
✻
Transferring music files using Windows Media
pay site :
select the file on your PC you want to
transfer to the player using Windows
Explorer. Drag and drop the file to the
left [Sync List] window
5 Press the
[Start Sync]
button on the main screen.
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✻
www.walmart.com, www.buymusic.com, www.musicnow.com, www.napster.com, etc.
1 Connect the player to PC.
2 Run the Windows Media Player10.
● Select [Start] → [Programs] → [Accessories] → [Entertainment] →
[Windows Media Player10] in the desktop.
3 Select [Sync].
6 You can check the transferred file in
the right window.
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Installing Music Studio
Using Music Studio
Music Studio is a program that enables you to play back music files on your PC.
1 Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
2 Select language
Select [Install Samsung Music Studio].
I Playing Music
1 Double click the Music Studio icon
on your PC.
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Main Window
Play List Window
File List Window
3 Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
● Please refer to Help for more information on how to use Music Studio.
2 Click the
[Open Files] button in the main window to open the [Open]
dialog box and select the music files you want to play back.
Then click the [Open] button.
● The Selected files are automatically played back.
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Using Music Studio
Using Music Studio
You can create an Album that will contain a group of your favorite songs for playback.
4 After creating the New Album, click the
[To HDD Mode] button in the
File List Window to select music files stored in your computer.
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I Creating an Album
1 Double click the Music Studio icon on your PC.
2 Click the
[Album List] button in the Play List Window.
● The Album List Window appears.
5 Drag and drop the selected music files into the Play List Window.
3 Click your right mouse button to select [New Group] which opens the
[New Album] dialog box. Assign a new name and an image for the new album.
● To add an Album image file to your album, click Open to the right of the Album image
window and select a desired image from your PC.
Note
- To change the Name and image for an Album,
click the
[Properties] button in the Play List
Window. After bringing up the [Album Properties]
window, assign the desired name and image
and then press the [OK] button.
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Using Music Studio
To View Help on Music Studio
You can convert CD Audio tracks to MP3 or WMA(Windows Media Audio) format by using Music Studio.
1 Double click the Music Studio icon on your PC.
2 Insert an audio CD into your CD drive and click the
Run Music Studio and press F1.
● Help will appear.
[To CD-ROM Mode]
button in the File List Window.
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I Converting Music File Formats
Move the arrow to the top of Music Studio and right click on the mouse.
The following selection window will appear.
● Click on Help and the Help window will appear.
3 After selecting the tracks to be converted, click with the right mouse button to
choose the file format.
● The tracks are converted into the selected format.
Note
- Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote and Gracenote
CDDB® Music Recognition ServiceSM.
- CDDB is a registered trademark of Gracenote. The Gracenote logo and logotype,
the Gracenote CDDB logo and logotype, and the "Powered by Gracenote CDDB" logo are
trademarks of Gracenote. Music Recognition Service and MRS are service marks of
Gracenote.
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Note
- Converted files are saved in the folder C:\My Music.
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Installing Multimedia Studio
Installing Multimedia Studio
1 Insert the installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Select [Install Multimedia Studio].
3 Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
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2 Select language
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● Multimedia Studio is a program that supports image editing, video playback and format
conversion, and multimedia album creation.
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Using Multimedia Studio
Using Multimedia Studio
● Run Multimedia Studio from on the Desktop.
● Files downloaded without using Multimedia Studio cannot be viewed on the screen.
I Editing Images
1 Select the folder containing images to edit from the directory window at the
upper left-hand section of Multimedia Studio.
I Sending images
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1 Connect the player to PC.
● The saved files will be displayed in the file list window on the right.
2 Select the image(s) to send to the player.
2 Select the image to edit.
● The selected image will be displayed in the [Preview image] window.
3 Press the [Edit Img] button.
● From the [Picture editor] window, you can perform functions like editing wallpaper images,
editing layers, inserting clip arts, making frames and other various editing functions.
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3 Select [File] → [Export images to device] at the top of the Multimedia Studio menu.
4 Select the device connected to PC from the [Select device] screen, and then
press the [OK] button.
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Note
- Refer to Help for more information.
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Using Multimedia Studio
5 Set the size and path of the image at the [Resize images] window and then
click the [OK] button.
● The image will be sent to the selected device.
● The sent image can be viewed from [Image Viewer] in the menu.
● The optimal image size for viewing on the unit is 96 x 96.
Please adjust the image size if the image does not display correctly on the player.
Using Multimedia Studio
● The Multimedia Studio software allows you to capture a still frame from a video file and save
it as a picture, then transfer it to the YP-T7.
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I Capturing Video
1 Press the [Capture] button at the top of the Multimedia Studio menu.
● The Media Player screen will be displayed.
2 Click [Menu] → [Open] on your PC and select the video you want to play.
● The selected video will be played.
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Note
- Path refers to the location or folder where the converted image(s) will be saved to on your PC.
- Image files saved in the player can be deleted by selecting [File] → [Delete images in device].
- Refer to Help for more information.
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Using Multimedia Studio
3 Press the
1 [Capture] button and then press the
the image you want to capture appears.
To View Help on Multimedia Studio
2
[Capture] button when
● The selected image will be captured.
4 Press the [Save] button.
Run Multimedia Studio and press the Help button at the top of the
screen.
● Help will be displayed.
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● Save This captured image: saves the currently selected image.
● Save All captured images: saves all captured images.
5 Select the directory to save to from the [Save As] window and press
the [Save] button.
● The selected image will be saved.
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2
Note
- Video playback and conversion codecs are not provided. It is recommended that you use
codecs of latest versions.
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
- The player will only play back still images. It will not play back video.
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HOLD Function
Playing Music and Turning Off the Device
Make sure the player is fully charged and the earphones are connected.
In Hold mode, all buttons are disabled. This is useful when using the player and walking, jogging etc.
I Turning Power On and Off
Slide the
Power On : Press the
button to turn on the power.
Power Off : Press and hold the
button to turn off the power.
switch in the direction of the arrow.
❈ When the button is pressed, the “HOLD” message will appear on the display.
I Playing Music (Power On)
Press the
button.
● Playback starts automatically.
I Pausing Music (Power Off)
Press the
Recording Voice
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button to pause playback.
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● If no buttons are pressed within 10 seconds
(or a custom set Power off time you selected), the player automatically powers off.
● While in Pause mode, press the
button again to resume playback.
✽ To move to other modes from the Voice mode,
refer to page 47 “Changing Mode”.
1 Press and hold the REC button to start voice recording.
2 Press the REC button again to stop the recording and save the voice file.
I Adjusting the Volume
Push the “M” button up or down to adjust the volume
from 00 to 40.
01:07
Note
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VOICE
V001.MP3
V002.MP3
V003.MP3
V004.MP3
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- If the file name is not displayed correctly, move to [Settings] ➔ [Display] ➔ [Language]
and then change the language setting.
- WMA files can only be played as music files with a compression rate of 48Kbps-192Kbps.
- The power off time can be set in the menu.(refer to page 66)
- The default volume is set at 25.
If the player is reset after having adjusted the volume to above 25, music is played at the default volume again.
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V004.MP3
Note
- The files are recorded in the order of V001,V002......,
and saved as MP3 files in the VOICE folder after recording.
- If the Memory is full, Voice Recording will be disabled automatically.
- Voice Recording does not work in FM Mode or when the Line In cable is connected.
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- Recording is allowed only when there is 1MB or more of free memory.
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Recording MP3s
Searching for Music/Voice Files
✽ To move to other modes from the LINE_REC mode,
refer to page 47 "Changing Mode"
● Push and hold the “M” button left or right during playback to search for
the a specific section of the music file you want to listen to.
● Release the “M” button to resume play normally.
1 Connect the Audio Output port
on the external audio source
(or the Line Out port) to the
ENC port on the device with
the Line cable.
Š To change tracks during play
● Press the play button on the external
device to play the music to record.
2 Press and hold the REC button to start MP3 recording.
● If the
button is pressed, recording is paused and if the
the recording resumes.
button is pressed again,
3 If the REC button is pressed during recording, the recording stops and an
MP3 file is created.
● The files are recoded in the order of L001, L002....
and saved as MP3 file in LINE_REC folder after recording.
Note
- Bit Rates can be set within the range of 32Kbps~192Kbps.
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- Recording is allowed only when there are 1MB or more of free memory .
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Š To search for specific parts during play
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- Do not disconnect the Line cable during Recording.
- If the battery is not sufficiently charged, the player will not completely encode the file.
- Adjust the volume of the external audio source to a suitable level and recode it.
If the volume level is too high, the sound quality may be poor.
● Push the “M” button to the
position briefly during playback to play the next track.
● Push the “M” button to the
position briefly within 3 seconds after playback starts,
to move to and play the previous track. Push the “M” button to the
position
briefly after 3 seconds to play the current track from the beginning.
Š To change tracks when stopped/paused
● Push the “M” button left or right in stop/pause mode to move
to the previous/next track.
Note
- VBR(Variable Bit Rate) file: A file that constantly changes the compression rate according
to the type of sounds, such as their pitch, in the file.
- When playing a VBR file, you cannot move to and play the previous track even if you push
the “M” button to the
position within 3 seconds after playback starts.
- Files that were downloaded in MP2 or MP1 and had their file extension changed to MP3 may not play.
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Loop Repeating
MENU Options
Press and hold the “M” button to switch to MENU mode.
Š Starting Point
01:07
While playing music files, press the A↔B button
briefly at the beginning of the loop you want to set.
Use
,
to move and press the “M” button briefly to select the menu you want.
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A↔ appears in the display.
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Š Ending Point
Press the A↔B button briefly again to set the
end of the loop.
Now Playing
Navigation
FM Radio
Playlist
Image Viewer
Text Viewer
Settings
Exit
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A↔B appears in the display.
The loop is played repeatedly.
Anyone of us
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Note
- Press the A↔B button briefly to cancel the loop.
- Loop Repeat is automatically released if you Speed Search with
,
.
● Now playing : To check the file currently playing.
● Navigation : To move to Navigation Mode and browse files and folders.
● FM Radio : To listen to FM radio.
● Playlist : To play back only the files you want.
● Image Viewer : To view image files.
● Text Viewer : To read text files.
● Settings : To set the functions.
● Exit : To exit MENU.
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- Menu mode will be cancelled if no buttons are pressed within 10 seconds.
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Using Navigation
Using Navigation
You can easily search for files or switch modes using the Navigation function.
1 Press the “M” button to enter Navigation mode
(except if you are in FM radio mode), or press and hold the
“M” button to move to Menu and then select Navigation.
2 Select the file or folder that you want to play.
●
●
●
●
I Changing Mode
You can change from mode to another.
The example below shows how to change from Voice to Music mode.
1 Press the “M” button in the
3 Press the
2 Use
to move to the
upper folder.
Voice mode.
: To move to a higher-level folder.
: To move to a lower-level folder.
, : To move to a file or folder in the same directory.
: To move to the next folder down. When there is no lower folder,
the selected file will be designated as part of the playlist.
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VOICE
Navigation
V001.MP3
IMAGE
V001~2.MP3
LINE_REC
V001~3.MP3
FM_REC
V001~4.MP3
VOICE
button.
3 Use
● The selected file will be played.
,
to move to the music file you want and press the
button.
● The selected file will be played.
Navigation
10:07
Building Bridges
ROOT
Anyone of us
Building Bridges
Navigation
Anyone of us
Piano Man
Sweet Dream
006/011
10:07
Building Bridges
ROOT
Anyone of us
Building Bridges
Anyone of us
- 00:58:03
Piano Man
Sweet Dream
006/011
- 00:58:03
Note
- Press and hold the “M” button in Navigation mode to exit the Navigation mode.
Note
- To change to the FM mode, refer to “Menu Options”.
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Using Navigation
Setting Playlist
I Playing/Exiting Folder
I Setting Playlist
Š Playing Folder
- Move to the file you want in Navigation mode and press the “M” button.
1 Press the “M” button to move to the Navigation mode.
2 Use , to move to the folder you want and press the
● When "
button.
● The selected file will be marked.
● To exit the playlist setting,
move to the marked file in Navigation mode and press the “M” button again.
" appears, the selected folder will be played.
Navigation
Navigation
01:07
Navigation
Building Bridges
Building Bridges
IMAGE
VOICE
Anyone of us
Anyone of us
LINE_REC
VOO1.MP3
Piano Man
Piano Man
VOO2.MP3
Sweet Dream
Sweet Dream
FM_REC
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005/010
VOICE
- 02:58:03
Š Exiting Folder Play
1 Press and hold the “M” button to move to Menu.
2 Select Settings ➔ Play Mode.
3 Use , to move to Normal and press the “M” button.
I Playing Playlist
1 Select Playlist in the menu.
● The playlist you set will be displayed.
2 Move to the file you want to play and press the
●“
button.
” mark appears and the selected file will be played.
● Folder play will be exited.
Playlist
Play Mode
10:07
Building Bridges
ROOT
Anyone of us
Repeat One
Building Bridges
Piano Man
Repeat All
Anyone of us
Anyone of us
Sweet Dream
006/011
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Playlist
Normal
Repeat Folder
- 00:58:03
10:07
Building Bridges
001/006
- 00:58:03
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FM Radio Settings
1 Select FM Radio in the menu. (refer to “MENU Option”)
FM Radio Settings
I Listening to FM Radio
1 Select FM Radio ➔ Normal.
2 Use , to move to the frequency you want.
● Manual Search : Push
,
to change the frequency
up or down.
● Automatic Search : Push and hold
,
to automatically
search for receiving frequencies.
FM Radio
2 In the FM Radio menu, use
, to move to the function you want,
and then press the “M” button to select.
FM Radio
10:07
Normal
Preset
10:07
87.50 MHz
Auto Preset
Tuner FM Rec
- Mono and stereo are automatically selected.
87.50 MHz
Note
- Press and hold the “M” to return to the FM Radio menu screen.
I Manual Storage of a Frequency
1 Select FM Radio ➔ Normal.
2 Use , to move to the
frequency to save, and then press
the “M” button.
Note
ENG
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3 Use
10:07
87.50 MHz
PRESET
,
to select the number
you want to assign to save
the frequency, and then press the “M” button.
10:07
87.50 MHz
Saved !
● The selected frequency will be saved.
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FM Radio Settings
FM Radio Settings
I Searching Stored Frequencies
1 Select FM Radio ➔ Preset.
2 Use , to move to the desired frequency.
10:07
87.50 MHz
10:07
91.90 MHz
Note
Timer Rec
and then press the
One Day
3 Use
, to select a frequency to record
and then press the
button.
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87.50
MHz
TIME¢¢
button.
● Select One Day to make a one-time recording.
Select Every Day to make a recording at the same time everyday.
AM 12
0 3
END
PM 13 : 1 0
CANCEL
- The player must be Off for a Timer Recording to occur.
The player will automatically turn on and record at the time you specified.
I Preset Delete
1 Select FM Radio ➔ Del.Preset
2 After moving to the PRESET number you want to delete,
press the “M” button.
- You can store up to 20 frequencies.
1 Select FM Radio ➔ Timer Rec
2 Use , to select Off, One Day, or Every Day
START
OK
AUTO PRESET
I Timer Rec
5 After setting Timer Rec, move to OK,
Timer Rec
Note
I Automatic Storage of a Frequency
● Frequencies within the range of 87.5MHz to
108.0MHz are automatically selected and stored.
● Frequencies are automatically stored, starting from 1.
, to set the FM record start time
and record finish time.
and then press the “M” button.
PRESET
Select FM Radio ➔ Auto Preset.
4 Use
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Timer Rec
One Day
108.00
MHz
TIME¢¢
● The saved Preset number will be deleted.
Del.Preset
1. 87.50MHz
2. 89.10MHz
3. 91.90MHz
4. 95.90MHz
I FM Region
1 Select FM Radio ➔ FM Region
2 Use , to select FM Tuner region, and then
FM Region
WorldWide
press the “M” button.
US
● Worldwide : Search FM frequencies between 87.5MHz to
108.00MHz in increments of 50 KHz.
● US : Search FM frequencies between 87.5MHz to 108.0MHz in
increments of 100 KHz.
● Japan : Search FM frequencies between 76.0MHz to 108.0MHz in
increments of 100 KHz.
Japan
Return
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FM Radio Settings
Viewing Image
You can select an image file to view while listening to the music.
I FM Level
1 Select FM Radio ➔ FM Level.
2 Use , to select FM Tuner Sensitivity, and then
FM Level
1 Select Image Viewer in the menu. (refer to “MENU Options”)
High
press the “M” button.
Middle
● The higher the FM Tuner Sensitivity,
the more stations it can receive .
● High → Middle → Low
Low
Return
Image Viewer
2 Use
FM Recording
,
Image Viewer
● Recording of the currently transmitted FM broadcast begins.
● A file is created and the Recording stops.
● Files are recorded in the order F001, F002, F003...
and saved as MP3 files in FM_REC folder.
to move to the image you want to view, and then press the “M” button.
● The selected image file will be displayed.
● Press the “M” button to return to the [Image Viewer] screen.
1 Press and hold the REC button during FM reception.
2 Press the REC button again.
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10:07
REC
87.50 MHz
F001.MP3
Island
Sea
001.jpg
Sky
002.jpg
Earth
003.jpg
Island
004.jpg
+ 00:02:46
Note
Note
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- Recording is allowed only when there is 1MB or more of free memory.
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- The optimal image size for the unit is 96X96. Images larger than 800X600 may take longer to display.
If the image size is too large, use Multimedia Studio to adjust the size and resend it to the player.
(see page 35).
- If an image file is not displayed on the screen, resend it using Multimedia Studio to display it correctly.
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Viewing Text
Setting the Advanced Functions
● Text Viewer allows you to read text files that were created on your PC.
Text files must have a .txt extension to be viewed by Text Viewer.
1 Select Settings in the menu. (refer to “MENU Options”)
ENG
● You can select an text file to view while listening to the music.
1 Select Text Viewer in the menu. (refer to “MENU Options”)
Settings
2 In Settings, use
, to move to the function you want and
press the “M” button to select.
Text Viewer
● To move to a previous menu, use
2 Use
,
● The selected text file will be displayed.
● Press the “M” button to return to the [Text Viewer] screen.
Text Viewer
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or select Return.
to move to the text you want to read, and then press the “M” button.
Text Viewer
Design Book
The Little Prince1.txt
Colorist
The Little Prince2.txt
Webdisign
The Little Prince3.txt
The Little Prince
The Little Prince4.txt
If I have told
you these
details about
the asteroid,
and made a
note of its
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
My Sound
My Sound
My Sound
My Sound
Display
Display
Display
Display
Record
Record
Record
Record
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
My Sound
Display
Record
Time
Play Speed
Display
Record
Time
Play Speed
Delete File
Record
Time
Play Speed
Delete File
System
Time
Play Speed
Delete File
System
Return
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Selecting the Play mode
Sound Settings
1 Press and hold the “M” Button. Select Settings ➔ Play Mode.
2 In Play mode, use , to move to the mode you want and press
the “M” button to select.
Play Mode
Play Mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Repeat One
Repeat One
Repeat One
Repeat One
Repeat-F
Repeat-F
Repeat-F
Repeat-F
Repeat All
Repeat All
Repeat All
Repeat All
Play Mode
I Preset EQ
● Use , to move to the sound mode you want and then press the “M” button.
● SRS → TruBass → WOW → Normal → Classic → Jazz → Rock → User EQ
● Select User EQ to set the EQ as desired.
● SRS : You will hear 3D Stereo sound.
● TruBass : This is a bass boost feature that adds fullness to the sound.
● WOW : Consists of SRS and TruBass functions. Provides rich bass and 3D surround sound at
the same time.
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Repeat One
Repeat-F
Repeat All
Shuffle-F
Repeat-F
Repeat All
Shuffle-F
Shuffle All
SRS
Classic
Repeat All
Shuffle-F
Shuffle All
Intro
TruBass
Jazz
Shuffle-F
Shuffle All
Intro
Return
WOW
Rock
Normal
User EQ
● Normal : To play all the files in order one time.
● Repeat One : To repeat one file.
● Repeat-F : To repeat the current folder.
● Repeat All : To repeat all files.
● Shuffle-F : To play files in the folder at random.
● Shuffle All : To play files at random.
● Intro : To play the first few seconds of a music file. (refer to page 69)
● Return : To move to a previous menu.
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Play Mode
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ My Sound.
Preset EQ
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Preset EQ
Note
-
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS labs, Inc..
- Please adjust the volume to a suitable level, as the volume may increase in the SRS setting.
- This unit supports sampling frequencies of 32KHz, 44.1KHz or 48KHz.
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Sound Settings
Sound Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ My Sound.
I Bass Booster
● Bass Booster function is applied only when you select Normal,
Classic, Jazz or Rock in the Preset EQ.
● On: The bass is boosted.
● Off: Music is played back normally.
Note
Bass Booster
On
Off
Return
I Auto EQ
● Use ,
to select Auto EQ On or Off, and then
press the “M” button.
● On: Sound effects are automatically selected from Classic, Rock,
Jazz, SRS, TruBass, and WOW, according to the music file's
ID3 tag information.
● Off: Music file is played in the current Preset EQ mode chosen.
Auto EQ
On
Off
Return
Settings
Note
- What is an ID3 Tag ?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the file, such as the title,
artist, album, year, genre and a comment field.
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ENG
● Use ,
to select Bass Booster On or Off, and then
press the “M” button.
- Auto EQ Table
ID3 Tag Genre
Blues
Country
Disco
Hip-Hop
Metal
Pop
Rap
Rock
Industrial
Euro-Techno
Vocal
Fusion
Classical
Gospel
Musical
Chorus
Symphonic Rock
Celtic
Auto EQ
JAZZ
JAZZ
SRS
TruBass
TruBass
JAZZ
NORMAL
ROCK
NORMAL
TruBass
NORMAL
JAZZ
CLASSIC
SRS
SRS
SRS
ROCK
CLASSIC
ID3 Tag Genre
Classic Rock
Dance
Funk
Jazz
New Age
R&B
Reggae
Techno
Soundtrack
Trip-Hop
Jazz + Funk
Trance
House
Soul
Rock & Roll
Acoustic
Gothic
AvantGarde
Auto EQ
TruBass
JAZZ
TruBass
JAZZ
JAZZ
JAZZ
JAZZ
WOW
NORMAL
TruBass
JAZZ
SRS
JAZZ
SRS
TruBass
NORMAL
ROCK
CLASSIC
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Display Settings
Display Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Display
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Display
I WOW Set
● Use
,
to select the SRS function you want, and then press the “M” button.
[ Scroll Speed ]
● The SRS function is applied only when you select the SRS,
TruBass or WOW in the Preset EQ.
● SRS :
You will hear 3D Stereo sound.
Use , to adjust SRS from 0 to 10.
SRS
5
TruBass
5
Settings
I User EQ Set
● You can adjust the EQ to your preference in the User EQ Set.
● Use
,
to move to right or left and use
,
to adjust
the level of the selected frequency.
Scroll Speed
High
Settings
● TruBass :
This is a bass boost feature that adds fullness to the sound.
Use , to adjust TruBass from 0 to 10.
Š Scroll
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User EQ Set
● Use , to set the scroll speed to adjust the speed of the
track title movement.
Middle
● High ➔ Middle ➔ Low.
Return
[ Scroll Type ]
● Use , to select the scroll type.
● Horizontal : Music title moves horizontally.
● Vertical : Music title moves vertically.
Low
Scroll Type
Horizontal
Vertical
Return
Š Play Time
● Use , to select the play time.
● Count Up : Current playback time is displayed.
● Count Down : Remaining time from total playback time is
displayed.
Play Time
Count Up
Count Down
Return
Press the “M” button after completing the setting.
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Display Settings
Display Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Display
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Display
Š Tag Info.
Š Play Screen
● Use , to select the play screen.
● Normal : Playback screen is displayed as initially selected.
● Enlarged EQ : Equalizer screen is displayed during playback.
Play Screen
Normal
Enlarged EQ
● Use , to select Tag Info. On or Off.
● On: The title and artist contained in the file tag information are
displayed during playback.
● Off: Display the name of music file.
Tag Info.
On
Off
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Return
Return
Note
Š Backlight Time
● Use , to set the Backlight Time
from 5 to 35 seconds.
● When set to On, the Light stays on
continuously.
- What is an ID3 Tag ?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the file, such as the
title, artist, album, year, genre and a comment field.
Backlight Time
25 sec
15 sec
35 sec
25 sec
On
35 sec
Return
Š Contrast
● Use
,
Backlight Time
5 sec
Contrast
to set the Contrast level of the display from 0 to 10.
5
Settings
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Š Screen Saver
● Use , to select time
for the Screen Saver from
to 45 seconds.
● If no button is pressed after playback,
the screen will automatically display
the screen saver.
● When set to Off,
the normal playback screen displays.
Screen Saver
Screen Saver
Off
25 sec
5 sec
35 sec
15 sec
45 sec
25 sec
Return
Language
Š Language
● Use , to select the language for displaying Tag information
and menu.
● English → Korean
English
Korean
Return
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Record Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Record.
Š Rec BitRate
Record Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Record
Š VOR
● Use , to set the recording bit rate.
● When recording music into an MP3 file, you can select one of the following recording bit rates:
32Kbps, 48Kbps, 64Kbps, 96Kbps and 128Kbps.
● Selecting a higher bit rate results in better quality sound, but uses more memory space.
Rec BitRate
Rec BitRate
32 kbps
128 kbps
64 kbps
160 kbps
96 kbps
192 kbps
128 kbps
Return
VOR is a voice activated recording function where recording pauses when the sound is
not loud or too soft.
● Use , to select VOR High or Low.
● High: Select this to record voice outdoors. Recording stops
if the voice is not loud.
● Low: Select this to record voice indoors. Recording stops
if the voice is too soft.
● Off: Recording continues regardless of voice volume.
● Use , to set the Auto Sync Time from 1 to 5 seconds.
● Auto Sync Time is a function for separating and saving MP3 files when there is no sound for a
set time during MP3 recording.
● In SYNC 1 setting, recording stops and it moves to Music Mode when there is no sound for
over 2 seconds during recording.
● If Auto Sync Time is set to Off, recording keeps going even if there is no sound, and then it is
saved as one file.
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VOR
High
Low
Off
Return
Time Settings
Š Auto Sync
Auto Sync
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Auto Sync
Off
3 sec
Sync 1
4 sec
1 sec
5 sec
2 sec
Return
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Time
Š Auto Off
● Use , to set the Auto Off time from 10 seconds to 3 minutes.
● If no button is pressed after play stops, the player will automatically turn off after the time you set.
● When Auto Off is set to Off, the function is disabled.
Auto Off
Auto Off
Off
1 min
10 sec
2 min
20 sec
3 min
30 sec
Return
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Time Settings
Time Settings
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Time
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ Time
Š Auto Sleep
● Use , to set the sleep time from
15 to 120 minutes.
● The player will automatically turn off
after the time you set.
● When Auto sleep set to Off, the function
is disabled.
Š Intro Time
Auto Sleep
Auto Sleep
Off
60 min
15 min
90 min
30 min
120 min
60 min
Return
● Use
,
to set the Intro time to 10, 20, 30 seconds or 1 minute.
● When you select the Intro function(Press and hold "M" button.
Select Settings ➔ Play mode ➔ Intro), the beginning of all files
will be played back for the seconds you set.
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Intro Time
10 sec
20 sec
30 sec
1 min
Š Alarm Set
1. Use , to set the Alarm Set time, and then press the
to move to the next stage.
button
2. After setting Alarm, move to OK and then press the “M” button.
● The player automatically powers on after the time you set.
Alarm Set
OK
CANCEL
Note
Š Watch Set
button
2. After setting the current time, move to OK and then press
the “M” button.
● The current time will be displayed.
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This functions allows you to set the music files to play at variable speeds.
1 Select Settings ➔ Play Speed.
2 Use , to move to the desired Play Speed,
- The player must be Off for Alarm to occur.
Use the Watch Set function to set the current time.
1. Use , to set the clock time, and then press the
to move to the next stage.
Play Speed Settings
One Day
PM 11 : 1 0
Watch Set
2004
12
0 3
Play Speed
-1
+
and then press the “M” button.
0
● The higher the number, the faster the speed of play, and the
lower the number, the slower the speed of play.
_
PM 13 : 1 0
OK
CANCEL
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Deleting File
Setting the System
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ System.
1 Select Settings ➔ Delete File.
2 Use
,
to move to the file you want to delete and then press the “M” button.
● Use , to select Beep Sound On or Off.
● On: The unit beeps when the buttons are pressed.
● Off: The unit does not beep.
VOICE
V001.MP3
V001~2.MP3
Š Beep Sound
Beep Sound
On
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Off
Return
Delete File?
V001~3.MP3
V001~4.MP3
Š Fade Effect
3 Use
,
to move to OK and then press the “M” button.
● The selected file will be deleted.
● Use , to select Fade Effect On or Off.
● On: Volume gradually increases when playback starts.
● Off: Music is played at the volume you set.
Fade Effect
On
Off
Return
Š Resume
● Use
, to select Resume On or Off.
● On: Play back will resume from the point it was previously stopped.
● Off: Play back will resume from the beginning of the file/track that
was playing when stopped.
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Resume
On
Off
Return
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Setting the System
MENU Table
Press and hold the “M” button. Select Settings ➔ System.
● Use , to select OK or CANCEL.
● OK : All selected settings will be restored to the default settings.
ENG
Š Default Set
Default Set?
Š Format
● Use , to select OK or CANCEL.
● OK : Memory is formatted and all saved files are deleted.
Format?
Note
- Formatting in the menu rather than on a PC is recommended.
Š About
● If you select About, you can check the software version
information, total number of tracks and memory capacity.
About
Version
Files
Note
Memory Size
Return
- Go to samsung.com for software updates.
●
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Use the “M” button to move and select.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
The software doesn’t work
The player keeps turning off.
● Refer to the System Requirements
● In Stop mode, the power is automatically turned off (changes depending on settings).
● Check to see if there are files saved in it.
The player does not work and the LCD displays nothing.
● Push the RESET button.
● Plug the charger into an outlet.
In PLAY mode, music is not played after pressing the
● Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are saved in the built-in memory.
● Check to see if the HOLD button is locked.
Files cannot be downloaded.
● Check to see if the driver is installed correctly in the computer.
● Check the connection between the player and PC.
● Operating system limits the number of files you can save.
Please save your music files by creating a subfolder.
● Check if the memory is full.
Backlight does not work.
● Check the backlight setup.
● When the battery power is low, the backlight will go out.
The buttons do not work.
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LCD window is dark
● Check Contrast
button
The file name is not displayed correctly.
● Move to [Settings] ➔ [Display] ➔ [Language] in the Menu and then change the
language setting.
There is a file saved in the player, but “No File” appears in the screen.
● After checking whether the folder is played, use the Navigation function to change
the folder.
● Image files and text files are not displayed in Navigation Mode.
I cannot properly connect the player to the PC.
● Win98 : try to connect again after installing Driver.
● WinME : remove the Driver program and press Start in the desktop to execute
Windows Update. After selecting important update and service pack, execute update all.
● Win2000/XP : Try to connect it again after rebooting PC.
● Check setting of Hold switch.
● Push the RESET button.
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Specifications
Model
Built-in Memory capacity
Voltage
Playing time
YP-T7
128MB(YP-T7 H), 256MB(YP-T7 V), 512MB( YP-T7 X), 1GB(YP-T7 Z)
3.7V (Li-polymer)
lasts up to 10hours (MP3 128Kbps, Vol level 20)
Dimensions/Weight
1.46” X 0.52” X 2.44” / 1.25 oz
Case
Magnesium/Plastic/Aluminum
Noise Ratio
90dB with 20KHz
Earphones Jack Output Power
10mW/CH (16 Ω)
Output Frequency Range
Operating Temperature Range
FM Frequency
FM Signal to Noise Ratio
FM T.H.D
FM Useable Sensitivity
File Support
20Hz~20KHz
-5 ~ +35°C(23~95°F)
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
Specifications
The product unit accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain intellectual
property rights of certain third parties. In particular, this product is licensed under the
following US patents : 5,991,715, 5,740,317, 4,972,484, 5,214,678, 5,323,396, 5,539,829,
5,606,618, 5,530,655, 5,777,992, 6,289,308, 5,610,985, 5,481,643, 5,544,247, 5,960,037,
6,023,490, 5,878,080, and under US Published Patent Application No. 2001-44713-A1.
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This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licensed
contents. No rights are granted for commercial use. The license does not cover any
product unit other than this product unit and the license does not extend to any unlicensed
product unit or process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold
in combination with this product unit. The license only covers the use of this product unit
to encode and/or decode audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC
13818-3. No rights are granted under this license for product features or functions that do
not conform to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
45dB
1%
10dB
MPEG1/2/2.5 LAYER 3(8Kbps ~ 320Kbps, 8KHz ~ 48KHz)
MPEG1 LAYER 2(32Kbps ~ 384Kbps, 32KHz,44.1KHz,48KHz)
WMA,ASF(Audio) (48Kbps ~ 192Kbps, 8KHz ~ 44.1KHz), 0gg
ISO/IEC 10918-1 (JPEG), Annex F - Sequential DCT-based mode of operation
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Safety Information
Safety Information
FCC
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Caution: Any changes or modifications in
construction of this device which are not
expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment
Note: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications,
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation.
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If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the grantee of this device could
void the user’s authority to operate the device.
Compliance
This product conforms to the following
Council Directive:
◆
◆
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
◆
Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
◆
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
◆
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC(EMC)
Declaration of Conformity
Name: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Address: 416, Maetan-3Dong, Paldal-Gu, Suwon
City, Kyungki-Do, Korea 442-742
declares under its sole responsibility that the
product
Trade Name: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Model Number: YP-T7
has been tested according to the
FCC/CISPR22/95 requirements for Class B
devices and found compliant with the following
standards
EMI/EMC: AnSI C63.4 1992, FCC Part 15
Subpart B
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This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1.This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2.This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesirable operation.
Party Responsible for Product Compliance
Samsung Electronics America
QA Lab.
3351 Michelson Dr. Suite #290
Irvine, CA92612
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Warranty
Samsung warrants this product as free of
defects in material, design and workmanship
for a period of twelve(12) months from the
original date of purchase.
If during the period of warranty this product
proves defective under normal use and service,
you should return the product to the retailer
from whom it was originally purchased. The
liability of Samsung and its appointed
maintenance company is limited to the cost of
repair and/or replacement of the unit under
warranty.
Return of the product for defective reasons
should be to the original purchaser; however,
Samsung Authorized Dealers and Authorized
Service Centers will comply with the warranty
on the terms issued to purchasers in the
country concerned. For further information
relating to the Authorized Service Centers
contact;
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
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WARRANTY CONDITIONS:
1.The warranty is only valid when the warranty
card is properly completed, and upon presentation
of the proof of purchase consisting of original
invoice or sales slip confirmation, indicating the
date of purchase, dealer’s name, model, serial No.
and product number.
Samsung reserves the right to refuse warranty
service if this information has been removed or
changed after the original purchase of the product
from the dealer.
2.Samsung's obligations are to the repair of the
defective part, and at its discretion, replacement of
the product (service exchange unit).
3.Warranty repairs must be carried out by an
Authorized Samsung Dealer/Service Center. No
reimbursement will be made for repairs carried out
by non Samsung Centers, and warranty coverage
will not be valid for any repairs or damage caused
by such repairs.
4.Repair or replacement under the terms of this
warranty does not give right to extension to or a
new starting of the period of warranty. Repair or
direct replacement under the terms of this warranty
may be fulfilled with functionally equivalent service
exchange units.
5. The warranty is not applicable in cases
other than defects in material, design and
workmanship. The warranty does not cover
the following:
Periodic checks, maintenance, repair and
replacement of parts due to normal wear and
tear.
◆
Abuse or misuse, including but not solely
limited to the failure to use this product for its
normal purposed or in accordance with
Samsung's instructions usage and
maintenance.
◆
Use of the product in conjunction with
accessories not approved by Samsung for
use with this product.
◆
◆ Unauthorized modifications carried out for
the product to comply with local or national
technical standards in countries for which the
Samsung product was not originally designed.
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◆ Repairs performed by non-authorized
service centers such as opening of the product
by a non-authorized person.
◆ The model, serial No. and product number
on the product has been altered, deleted,
removed or made illegible.
6. This warranty does not affect the
consumer’s statutory rights nor the consumers
rights against the dealer from their
purchase/sales agreement.
Failure of the product arising from incorrect
installationor use not consistent with technical
or safety standardsin current force, or failure
to comply with productmanual instructions.
◆
Accidents, Acts of God or any cause
beyond the control of Samsung caused by
lightning, water, fire, public disturbances and
improper ventilation.
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THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER
THAN THOSE LISTED AND DESCRIBED ABOVE,
AND NO WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED,INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL APPLY AFTER THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY PERIODS STATED ABOVE, AND NO
OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY OR GUARANTY
GIVEN BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR
CORPORATION WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PRODUCT SHALL BE BINDING ON SAMSUNG,
SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF
REVENUE OR PROFITS,FAILURE TO REALIZE
SAVINGS OR OTHER BENEFITS, OR ANY
OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE
USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS
PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL
THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND
EVEN IF SAMSUNG HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL
RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST SAMSUNG
BE GREATER IN AMOUNT THAN THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD BY
SAMSUNG AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED
DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING,
PURCHASER
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ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR
LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO
PURCHASER AND PURCHASER’S
PROPERTY AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR
PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF THE USE,
MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS
PRODUCT SOLD BY SAMSUNG NOT
CAUSED DIRECTLY BY THE
NEGLIGENCE OF SAMSUNG. THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT
EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS
PRODUCT, IS NONTRANSFERABLE AND
STATES YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
To obtain warranty service, please contact
SAMSUNG at:
Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
400 Valley Road, Suite 201 Mount Arlington,
NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
081299
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Some states do not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
This product is for personal use only, and is
only for use in compliance with the
limitations of copyright and other laws.
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