Samsung YEPP Sports YP-60Z Specifications

- Sports Function Support
- Encoding Function
- Removable Storage Device
- 3D surround sound
- MP3 & WMA Playback
- FM Reception
- 15-Hour Continuous Play
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Contents
Additional Usage
Preparations
Safety Instructions
Battery Charger Safety
Cautions for Recharging
Features
Accessories
Location of Controls (yepp)
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Connection to Computer
Connecting yepp to PC
Manual Installation of USB Driver
Using yepp Studio
● Downloading Files
● Creating 2xMP3 Files
● Downloading Albums
● Creating Folders
● Uploading Files
● Deleting Files
● Formatting
● To View Help on yepp Studio
Installing Fitness Manager
Using Fitness Manager
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Basic Usage
Playing Music and Turning Off the Device
Adjusting the Volume / Hold Function
Searching for Music/Voice Files
Encoding MP3s
Listening to FM Radio
Encoding From FM Radio
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Loop Repeating
MENU Mode
Changing Modes
Setting the Advanced Functions
Playing Folders
Selecting the Play Mode
Selecting Sound Effects
Managing Files
● Deleting
● Formatting
TIME CONTROL
● WATCH TIME SET / POWER OFF TIME
● SLEEP TIME / BACKLIGHT
Setting the Environment
● DISPLAY
- INFORMATION / CONTRAST
● SOUND CONTROL
- WOW LEVEL
- ENCODE BIT RATE
- BEEP ON/OFF / DEFAULT VOLUME
● Setting Additional Regional Functions
- LANGUAGE / UNIT
Using Navigation
Setting FM
Using Sports Function
Appendix
MENU Table
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Customer Support
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Safety Information
Warranty
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Safety Instructions
Read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the equipment.
Do not expose to extreme
temperatures (above 95°F or below
23°F). Do not expose to moisture.
Do not apply excessive pressure
to the device.
Do not let any foreign matter
spill into the device.
Earphones
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.
● An accident may result if you turn up the volume of the earphones too high while walking
down the street, especially when crossing at intersections.
Protect your ears
Do not place heavy objects on
top of the device.
Do not expose to chemicals such
as benzene and thinners.
Do not use the unit near any
appliance that generates a strong
magnetic field.
● Do not turn the volume up too high.
Doctors warn against prolonged exposure to high volumes.
● Stop using the device or turn the volume down if you get ringing in your ears.
Ambient operating conditions
● Ambient temperature : 5°C ~ 35°C (41°F ~ 95°F)
Do not expose to direct
sunlight or heat sources.
Do not store in dusty areas.
Do not try to disassemble and
repair the device yourself.
● Humidity : 10 ~ 75%
Environmental Information
● Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packaging, batteries,
and old electronic appliances.
● yepp packaging uses cardboard, polyethylene etc., and does not use
✽ Please be aware that we claim no responsibility for damage from data loss
due to breakdown, repair or other causes.
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any unnecessary materials.
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Battery Charger Safety
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
Cautions for Recharging
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A charger is provided with the YP-60.
Please be sure to only use the provided adapter.
Plug the charger into a wall outlet.
✽ When recharging is complete,
The uninsulated parts inside the charger can
cause electric shock.
For your safety, do not open the charger’s case.
“FULLY CHARGED” is shown in the display window.
✽ Recharging continues to take place even when
the USB cable is connected.
Caution
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Read this User Manual to prevent any problems that
may occur while using the charger.
● Do not charge longer than the specified charge time to avoid risk of fire.
● Do not plug several devices into the same outlet.
● Do not use a damaged internal rechargable battery or recharge adapter.
● When using the rechargeable battery for the first time or after several
months of non-use, fully charge it first.
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 converter's plug.
● Make sure that the charger's plug is inserted all the way into the outlet.
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● Do not charge the rechargeable battery for more than 6 hours.
● Overcharging or overdischarging will reduce battery life.
● You should check the recharging time and switch to a new internal rechargable battery
when the battery life becomes low.
● 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 a battery that is not
completely drained, the battery operating time will decrease. In this case, repeat the full
charge/discharge cycle 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.
● Be careful not to touch the recharge adapter with wet hands.
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Sports Function Support
3D surround sound
● Using
● You
the Consumed Calories, Heartrate and Stopwatch functions will help you
exercise much more efficiently and scientifically.
●
will hear deep bass and 3D surround sound.
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS labs, Inc.
Encoding Function
● You
can make an MP3 file from an external source using the ENC jack
on the main unit.
● You can also convert an FM radio program into an MP3 file in real time.
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MP3 & WMA Playback
● MP3
is an MPEG1 Layer3 audio format.
is a Microsoft Windows Media audio format.
● WMA
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Accessories
FM Reception
● Listening
to an FM program is made easy with Auto Search and Frequency
Memory functions.
Sound
● You
can adjust the equalizer manually.
Earphones
Player
AH30-00056G (YP-60 V)
AH30-00056J (YP-60 X)
AH30-00056K (YP-60 VC)
Earphone
extension cable
AH39-00581A(YP-60 V,YP-60 X)
AH39-00581C(YP-60 VC)
15-Hour Continuous Play
● Use
a lithium polymer rechargable battery in order to play continuously for
up to 15 hours.
Arm band
Finger Clip
User manual
AH66-00242A(YP-60 V,YP-60 X)
AH66-00242D(YP-60 VC)
AH61-01571A(YP-60 V,YP-60 X)
AH61-01571C(YP-60 VC)
AH68-01509L
Line In cable
USB cable
Charger
Installation CD
AH39-00488B
AH39-00498C
AH44-00050B
AH80-00061B(YP-60 V,YP-60 X)
AH80-00061D(YP-60 VC)
Model
YP-60 H
YP-60 V
YP-60 X
YP-60 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 a part of the memory as well.
● Design of accessories is subject to change, for the purposes of improvement, without notice.
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Location of Controls (yepp)
Display
Heart Rate Measurement Sensor
Earphone Jack
Equalizer, SRS indicator
Hold Switch
Display
Folder Play Indicator
Calorie Measurement Indicator
Remaining Battery
Power indicator
Sleep Time indicator
MENU/
Loop Repeating Button
Play/Stop/Pause
On/Off Button
Time indicator
07:32 AM
Nor
Track 1
Mode indicator
Volume Button
001
ENC/NAVI.
Button
Sports Function Button
00:01:30
Title (track & artist) indicator
Playtime indicator
Track Number indicator
Play/Stop/Pause indicator
USB Cable
Connection Port
NOR
Play mode/Interval repeat indicator
ENC Jack
Reset Hole
Move to Track/
Speed Search Button
Note
● If the device won’t respond even after pressing the buttons, reboot it by pressing the Reset Hole with a pin.
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Connecting the yepp to a PC
System
Requirements.
Before connecting yepp to PC, make sure to install
yepp Studio. If “Add New Hardware Wizard”appears,
press the [Cancel] button and install yepp Studio.
The PC system must meet the
following specifications:
Installing software
● Pentium 133MHz or greater.
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Choose the language you wish to use.
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Click [Next] in the series of windows
that appear.
● Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP.
● 40MB of available hard disk space
● CD-ROM drive.
(double speed or greater)
● USB port (1.1) supported.
● VGA graphics.
● DirectX 8.0 or above.
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Insert the Installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
The picture shown below appears.
Select [yepp Studio].
Note
● Windows ME, 2000 and XP can
recognize the driver without installing
the provided program. However,
you must install the program in order to
format the yepp and upgrade the firmware.
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Connecting the yepp to a PC
Connecting the yepp to a PC with a USB cable
How to check the USB driver
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● Windows 98/ME:
Connect a USB cable to the USB port on the computer.
Control Panel → System → Device Manager →
Disk drives → SAMSUNG YP-60
Connect the opposite end of the USB cable to the USB cable
port on the right side of the yepp.
● 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.
● Windows 2000:
Control Panel → System → Hardware →
Device Manager → Disk drives →
SAMSUNG YP-60 USB Device
● Windows XP:
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Upon installation of the USB driver
"SAMSUNG YP-60" will appear in the
[Start] → [Settings] → [Control Panel] →
[System Properties] → [Device Manager].
USB connect cable
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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.
Control Panel → System → Hardware →
Device Manager → Disk drives →
SAMSUNG YP-60 USB Device
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When the USB driver is not installed automatically, refer to the next page.
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
Go to “Using yepp Studio” on page 24 if the USB driver is in place.
Follow these steps if the USB driver is not in place.
When an error occurs during installation of the USB driver
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After selecting the driver,
click on [Update Driver].
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Select a compatible driver,
click on [Next] to finish.
Check the device manager.
● Windows 98,ME:
Control Panel → System → Device Manager
● Windows 2000:
Control Panel → System → Hardware →
Device Manager
● Windows XP:
Control Panel → System → Hardware →
Device Manager
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2
Check if there is a device listed with an
exclamation point or a question mark
(displayed as unknown device or USB device).
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Double click on the device listed with an
exclamation point or a question mark.
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
In Windows XP
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Select [Install from a list or specific location] and click the [Next] button.
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Select [Search removable media]
or select [Include this location in
the search] and designate
[CDROM]\Drivers\win2k_winxp.
For example
E:\Driver\win2k_winxp.
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Click the [Finish] button
when installation is complete.
● You must reboot your computer to complete the installation.
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
In Windows 2000
In Windows 98
Click [Next] in the series of windows that appear.
Click [Next] in the series of windows that appear.
Š Select [Specify a location]
Š Select [Specify a location]
and then select
[CD-ROM]\Drivers\win98_winme.
and then select
[CD-ROM]\Drivers\win2k_winxp.
● You must reboot your computer to complete the installation.
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● You must reboot your computer to complete the installation.
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Using yepp Studio
Downloading Files
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Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Studio] on the desktop.
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When the Download List Window appears, click the
● The selected files are sent to the yepp.
● You can change to the desired font when downloading.
button.
Select the file you wish to download from the Play List Window or File List Window.
● If the Play List Window is empty, use the [Open Files] button on the main window or
drag-and-drop the desired files from the File List Window to the Play List Window.
Drag-and-drop the selected files to the Music folder in the yepp window or click
the [Transmit to yepp] button to move the files.
Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
● When running the yepp Studio for the first time, input the serial number listed on the back of the
yepp when the Product Number Registration Window appears.
● You cannot use yepp Studio while Fitness Manager is running.
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Using yepp Studio
Creating 2xMP3 Files
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3
Click the
button on the
Download List Window.
Downloading an Album
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After selecting the Limit BitRate first,
move scroll bar with mouse to adjust
the file size.
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
After selecting the album that you
wish to download from the Album List
Window, drag-and-drop the album to
the Music folder in the yepp window.
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When the Download List Window
appears, click the
button.
● The selected album is sent to the yepp.
Click the
button.
● Files converted to 2xMP3 are sent to the yepp.
Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
● Limit Bitrate means the minimum sound quality(Bitrate) when transferring to 2xMP3.
By selecting the level of LimitBitrate, you can change the level of sound quality.
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1
2
Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
● Albums can only be downloaded to the Music folder.
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Using yepp Studio
Creating a Folder
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2
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Uploading Files
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Studio] on the desktop.
After clicking in the Music folder
using the right mouse button,
select [Make Folder].
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When the Making New Folder Window
appears, click [OK] after entering the
folder name.
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2
3
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Studio] on the desktop.
After selecting the files to upload in the yepp
window, click the [Transmit to yepp] button
at the bottom of the window.
● A new sub-folder is created under
the Music folder.
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Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
● Up to 100 folders can be created in the Music folder.
● Only subfolders of the Music folder can be deleted.
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After selecting the folder to save the files
to when the Folder Setting Window
appears, click the [OK] button.
Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about
using yepp Studio.
● MP3 and WMA formatted files that are in the Music
folder are not uploaded to the PC.
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Using yepp Studio
Deleting a File
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2
3
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Formatting
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Studio] on the desktop.
After selecting the file that you want
to delete in the yepp window,
click the [Delete] button.
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Click [Yes] when the confirm
window appears.
● The selected file is deleted.
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2
3
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Studio] on the desktop.
After clicking in the yepp window
with the right mouse button,
select [Format].
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Click [Yes] when the confirm
window appears.
Note
Note
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
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Using yepp Studio
To View Help on yepp Studio
Note
Run yepp Studio and press F1.
● Help will appear.
Move the arrow to the top of yepp Studio and right click on the mouse.
The following selection window will appear.
● Click on Help and the Help window will appear.
● 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.
● If a firewall is installed on the PC, it may not be possible to import CDDB information.
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Installing Fitness Manager
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1
Insert the Installation CD into your PC's CD-ROMdrive.
Select [Fitness Manager].
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Choose the language you wish to use.
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Click [Next] in the series of windows that appear.
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Using Fitness Manager
Log In
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2
3
When connecting to Fitness Manager for
the first time, click [New Account] and
create a new user name of 6 letters or
less.
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
Click [yepp Sports Fitness Manager] on the desktop.
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Press the [OK] button after entering your
personal information.
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After entering a user name and password,
log in by clicking [Login].
Š Set a nickname for the
YP-60 that you are using.
- No more than 6 English
characters can be entered.
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Note
● Input up to six English letters.
In order to upload the measured data that was saved on the device to a PC,
yepp Studio must be installed.
● If Fitness Manager is run after connecting the device to the PC, the measured
data saved on the device will be updated automatically to the PC and then deleted.
● Fitness Manager cannot be used while yepp Studio is running.
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Using Fitness Manager
[Calorie Chart]
Setting Up a User
● Click [Calorie Chart].
● You can change user information or delete a user.
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2
3
Turn on the yepp and connect it to your PC.
● You can check the calories consumed
as a result of exercise in units of years,
months and days.
: Displays calorie data for one year based
on the current point.
Click [Account] after selecting
Fitness Manager.
After setting up the user,
click the [OK] button.
: Displays calorie data for one month based
on the current point.
: Displays calorie data by time as of today.
Setting Up a New User
Deleting a User
[Biorhythm]
Using Fitness Manager
● Click [Biorhythm].
● You can check the biorhythm of the
[Calorie List]
selected user.
● Click [Calorie List].
● You can see the measured data that has been saved.
- Data : Displays the data and time when a user takes exercise.
- Exercise time : Displays the exercise in Hour and Minute.
- Starting HR : Displays Heart rate(bmp) before exercise.
- Final HR : Displays Heart rate(bmp) after exercise.
- Calorie Data : Displays the calorie consumption(kcal).
- Remark : Displays the contents that a user enters.
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Note
● If [Edit Profile] is clicked, personal information can be changed.
● The resulting graph of the biorhythm reflects the statistical values of the
measured data and so may be different from the actual values.
● Refer to Help for more detailed information about using yepp Studio.
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Playing Music and Turning Off the Device
Turning Power On and Off
● Power On : Press and hold the
● Power Off : Press and hold the
Adjusting the Volume/Hold Function
Adjusting the Volume
button to turn on the power.
button to turn off the power.
Press the
,
buttons to adjust the volume.
07:32 AM
Nor
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001
Playing Music
Press the
button.
07:32 AM
sports
Track 1
001
NOR
07:32 AM
● Press once to adjust the volume by one step.
Press and hold to increase or decrease the volume in greater increments.
In Hold mode, all buttons are disabled.
Nor
Track 1
001
NOR
GOOD BYE
00:01:30
Note
● WMA files can be played only as music files with a compression rate of 64Kbps-192Kbps,
that can be created in Windows Media Player (Version 8.0).
● The power off time can be set in the menu.
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00:01:30
HOLD Function
● While in Pause mode, briefly press
again to resume playback.
● The volume can be adjusted in increments between 0 and 40.
Nor
Pausing Music
button to pause playback.
00:01:30
Note
● Playback starts.
Press the
NOR
Slide the
switch on the player in the
direction of the arrow.
● When the button is pressed,
HOLD!
the “
HOLD!” message will appear on
the display.
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Searching for Music/Voice Files
To search for specific parts during play
Encoding MP3s
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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 in cable.
● A desired passage can be searched for by pressing and holding down the
,
buttons during play.
To change tracks during play
● If the
button is pressed during play, the next track is played.
button is pressed before five seconds have passed since starting to play a track,
the previous track is played and if the
button is pressed after five seconds,
the current track is replayed from the beginning.
● If the
To change tracks when stopped
● If the
,
buttons are pressed when stopped, the yepp moves
to the previous or next track, respectively.
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3
If the ENC button is pressed, MP3 encoding begins.
● If the
button is pressed, encoding is paused and if the
the encoding resumes.
button is pressed again,
If the ENC button is pressed during encoding, the encoding stops and an
encoding file is created.
● Encoding is performed in order (ENC001, ENC002, etc.)
and files are saved in the MP3 format after encoding.
Note
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.
● With VBR files, pressing the
button within 5 seconds from the start of the track may not result
in the previous track playing.
● Files that were downloaded in MP2 or MP1 and had their file extension changed to MP3 may not play.
● The bit rate can be set to 64Kbps, 96Kbps and 128Kbps.
● During encoding, there is no beeping sound and the button lights and
backlight do not illuminate.
Caution
● Do not disconnect the Line cable during Encoding.
● If the battery is not sufficiently charged, encoding will not be done.
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● Adjust the volume of the external audio source to a suitable level and encode it.
If the volume level is extremely high, the sound quality may not be good.
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Listening to FM Radio
Encoding From FM Radio
Select FM mode first. (Refer to "Changing Modes" on page 48)
Doing FM encoding
Manual Search for a Frequency
,
buttons to search manually for
the desired frequency.
1
● Press the
Press the ENC button during FM reception.
● Encoding of the currently transmitted
07:32 AM
FM broadcast begins.
91.90MHz
FMCH — —
2
Press the ENC button again.
● A file is created and the encoding stops.
● Files are saved in order, starting FM001,
FM002...etc., and stop automatically when
the memory is full.
Automatic Search for a Frequency
● Press and hold the
,
buttons in order to
search for and stop at frequencies with reception.
07:32 AM
91.90MHz
FM Scan
Note
● During encoding, there is no beeping sound and the button lights and back light do not illuminate.
● Encoded files will become 64Kbps files after they are encoded from FM.
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Loop Repeating
MENU Mode
Starting Point
While playing music files, press the
button briefly at the
beginning of the loop you want to
set.
A
Ending Point
Press and hold the
After navigating with the
is cancelled if the
Press the
button briefly
again to set the end of the loop.
A
appears in the display.
The loop is played repeatedly.
B
,
button while in Music/Voice Mode.
buttons, press the
button to select the desired menu.Menu mode
button is pressed.
MENU
MENU
EXIT
MODE SELECT
MODE SELECT
SETTING
SETTING
NAVIGATION
MENU
MENU
NAVIGATION
SETTING
FM SETTING
EXIT
NAVIGATION
FM SETTING
appears in the display.
07:32 AM
Nor
07:32 AM
Nor
Track 1
001
A
00:01:30
Track 1
001
A
B
00:01:38
● MODE SELECT : When changing modes.
● SETTING : When changing the yepp’s advanced functions.
● NAVIGATION : When performing a simple search for saved music files.
● FM SETTING : When saving frequencies automatically or checking saved frequencies.
● EXIT : To exit MENU.
Note
● Press the
button briefly to cancel the loop.
● Loop Repeat is automatically released if you Speed Search with the
,
buttons.
Note
● In MENU mode, no input for 30 seconds will cancel the MENU mode.
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Changing Modes
1
2
3
Press and hold the
After using the
,
button.
button to move to MODE SELECT, press the
Move to the mode you want by using the
press the
button.
MODE SELECT
EXIT
MUSIC
FM
,
MODE SELECT
FM ENC
LINE ENC
EXIT
EXIT
LINE ENC Mode
MODE SELECT
MODE SELECT
FM
FM ENC
LINE ENC
MUSIC
FM
FM ENC
FM ENC Mode
button.
1
Select SETTING in the MENU. (Refer to “MENU Mode”)
2
In SETTING, after moving to the desired function with the
press the
button.
,
button,
button, and then
MODE SELECT
LINE ENC
EXIT
MUSIC
Music Mode
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Setting Advanced Functions
SETTING
EXIT
FOLDER PLAY
PLAY MODE
SETTING
ENVIRONMENT
EXIT
FOLDER PLAY
SETTING
TIME
ENVIRONMENT
EXIT
SETTING
FILE
TIME
ENVIRONMENT
SETTING
SOUND EFFECT
FILE
TIME
SETTING
PLAY MODE
SOUND EFFECT
FILE
FM Mode
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Playing Folders
1
Selecting the Play mode
● The saved folders are shown.
FOLDER PLAY
F
2
1
2
Select FOLDER PLAY in SETTING.
In PLAY MODE, after moving to the desired folder
with the , button press the
button.
MUSIC
Love You
LOCK
07:32 AM
Nor
● The files in the selected folder are played.
● FOLDER PLAY does not work when there
aren’t any files in the folder.
● Move to each respective mode by selecting
MUSIC, FM ENC or LINE ENC.
Track 1
001
NOR
00:01:30
Select PLAY MODE in SETTING.
In PLAY MODE, after moving to the desired mode with the
press the
button.
,
button,
PLAY MODE
PLAY MODE
PLAY MODE
EXIT
NORMAL
REPEAT ONE
NORMAL
REPEAT ONE
REPEAT ALL
REPEAT ONE
REPEAT ALL
SHUFFLE
PLAY MODE
PLAY MODE
REPEAT ALL
SHUFFLE
EXIT
SHUFFLE
EXIT
NORMAL
● NORMAL : To play all the tracks in order one time.
● REPEAT ONE : To repeat one track.
● REPEAT ALL : To repeat all tracks.
● SHUFFLE : To play tracks at random.
● EXIT : To move to the higher-level menu.
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Setting Sound Effects
1
2
EQ
Select SOUND EFFECT in SETTING.
In SOUND EFFECT, after moving to the desired sound mode with the
press the
button.
SOUND EFFECT
EXIT
EQ
SOUND EFFECT
TRUBASS
WOW
SRS
EXIT
,
button,
● EQ : You can adjust the equalizer manually.
) : You will hear 3D Stereo sound.
● TRUBASS (
) : This is a bass boost feature that adds fullness to the sound.
● WOW : This feature allows you to enjoy the SRS and Trubass features simultaneously.
● EXIT : To move to the higher-level menu
● SRS (
1
2
Use the , buttons to move
to the setting you want
(out of the 4 settings available)
and press the
button to select.
If you want to manually adjust
the equalizer, select User EQ
and Bass/Treble.
● BASS/TREBLE can each be
EQ
EQ
EXIT
NORMAL
CLASSIC
JAZZ
ROCK
NORMAL DBB
EQ
EQ
USER EQ
EXIT
NORMAL
CLASSIC DBB
JAZZ DBB
ROCK DBB
USER EQ
USER EQ
EXIT
BASS
TREBLE
BASS
TREBLE
EXIT
adjusted from 0 to 10 with
the ,
button.
BASS
TREBLE
6
5
Note
● 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.
● You can only set SRS functions in Music Mode. (Except for 2xMP3 files)
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Managing Files
TIME CONTROL
Select TIME in SETTING.
Deleting
1
2
Select DELETE and then move to the file you
wish to delete.
● If EXIT is selected, files in other folders can
also be selected.
3
WATCH TIME SET
Select FILE in SETTING.
Select CONFIRM in the DELETE CONFIRM Window
after pressing the
button.
● The selected file is deleted.
● Select the method of setting the clock time using
MUSIC DELETE
EXIT
001:Track 1.mp3
002:Track 2.mp3
WATCH TIME SET
EXIT
the , button.
AUTO TIME SET
● AUTO TIME SET : Automatically sets the clock time
MANUAL TIME SET
when connected and sending
data to a PC.
● MANUAL TIME SET : The clock time can be set manually.
● Select CONFIRM to finish setting the time after setting manually.
DELETE CONFIRM
CONFIRM
CANCEL
Formatting
POWER OFF TIME
● Use the
,
buttons to set the POWER OFF TIME.
● The power off time can be set from 3 to 180 seconds.
1
2
Select FILE in SETTING.
FILE
Select FORMAT in FILE.
DELETE
FORMAT
EXIT
● Formatting is performed if CONFIRM is selected.
After stopping playback, the power is turned off
automatically if no buttons have been pressed
during the set time.
● When set to NO POWER OFF, the power does not
turn off even when the device is stopped.
POWER OFF TIME
120 sec
FORMAT
Note
● All files are deleted if the yepp is formatted.
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CONFIRM
CANCEL
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TIME CONTROL
Setting the Environment
Select ENVIRONMENT in SETTING.
SLEEP TIME
DISPLAY
● Use the
, buttons to set the SLEEP TIME.
● The sleep time can be set from 3 to 180 minutes.
The power turns off automatically after the set time
has passed.
● When set to NO SLEEP, the power does not turn off
automatically.
SLEEP TIME
INFORMATION
● Use the
BACKLIGHT TIME
● Use the
,
buttons to set the Backlight “ON” time.
● The setting range for Backlight-On Time is 0 to 30
Select DISPLAY in the ENVIRONMENT.
150 min
BACKLIGHT TIME
seconds.
● When set to Always On, the backlight stays on
continuously.
15 sec
, buttons to select the music mode and
select the content to be displayed at the top of the Screen
Display Window.
● PLAY TIME : Displays the current play time
● REMAIN TIME : Displays the remaining play time
● REMAIN MEMORY : Displays the remaining memory
● BIT RATE : Displays the wave bit rate that is being played
INFORMATION
EXIT
PLAY TIME
REMAIN TIME
CONTRAST
● Use the
,
buttons to set the Contrast.
● The setting range for the contrast, which adjusts the
brightness of the screen, is from 0 to 15.
CONTRAST
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Note
● The backlight does not illuminate when the residual battery level is insufficient.
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Setting the Environment
ENCODE BIT RATE
● Use the
, buttons to set the desired MP3
encoding bit rate.
● You can set the desired bit rate to 64kbps, 96kbps or
128kbps when doing MP3 encoding.
SOUND CONTROL
Select SOUND in ENVIRONMENT.
WOW LEVEL
ENCODE BIT RATE
96 kbps
BEEP ON/OFF
● The levels of SRS and TRUBASS
can be adjusted.
, buttons to select the
level you want.
● The level for SRS and TRUBASS can
each be set within the range of 0 to 10.
SRS LEVEL
● Use the
TRUBASS LEVEL
8 Level
8 Level
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,
buttons to set the BEEP mode.
● BEEP ON : A beep sounds each time a button is
pressed.
● BEEP OFF : No beep sounds when a button is pressed.
BEEP ON/OFF
ON
OFF
DEFAULT VOLUME
● If OPTIMIZATION is selected, the SRS function is
optimized to the connected device.
● Set the desired device to earphone, headphone,
speaker or carpack (car cassette adapter)
by using the , buttons.
● Use the
OPTIMIZATION
EARPHONE
HEADPHONE
CARPACK
● Use the
,
buttons to set the DEFAULT VOLUME.
● It is possible to set the default volume to a value
between 0 and 40. If the power is turned on again after
having adjusted the volume above the default value,
music is played at the default volume.
● If the power is turned on again after the volume was set to
within the default value, the music is replayed at the
previously played volume.
DEFAULT VOLUME
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Setting the Environment
Setting Additional Regional Functions
Using Navigation
1
Select COUNTRY in ENVIRONMENT in SETTING.
LANGUAGE
, button to select the desired menu
language from among nine languages.
● The menu is shown in the selected language.
● SETTING, ENVIRONMENT, COUNTRY and
LANGUAGE are shown only in English.
2
● Use the
LANGUAGE
Press and hold the
button.
● The file that is currently being played is shown.
After using the
,
NAVIGATION
EXIT
001 : Track 1.mp3
002 : Track 2.mp3
button to move to NAVIGATION, press the
button.
● If EXIT is selected, you can move to another folder.
ITALIAN
JAPANESE
KOREAN
NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION
EXIT
001:Track 1.MP3
002:Track 2.MP3
002:Track 2.MP3
EXIT
001:Track 1.MP3
EXIT
MUSIC
Love You
UNITS
● Use the
, button to select kg/m or lb/ft as the
measurement units.
UNIT
EXIT
kg/m
lb/ft
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3
Select the file or folder that you want to play.
●
,
: When entering a folder or when playing a file.
●
: When moving to a higher-level folder. When leaving NAVIGATION mode.
●
, : When moving to a file or folder in the same directory.
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Setting FM
Using Sports Function
✽ Caution when measuring your heart rate
Automatic Storage of a Frequency
1
Press and hold the
2
After moving to AUTO PRESET using the
button, press the
button.
- Don’t press too hard when placing your finger on the sensor.
- Don’t move your finger during measurement.
button while in FM Mode.
● FM SETTING is shown.
,
Setting the User
07:32 AM
● Frequencies within the range of 87.5MHz to
108MHz are automatically selected and stored.
● Frequencies are automatically stored,
91.90MHz
1
2
starting from 1.
Searching Stored Frequencies
1
2
Press and hold the
button while in FM Mode.
3
● FM SETTING is shown.
Press the
button after using the ,
to move to the desired FM CHANNEL.
buttons
Before using the sports functions select the user.
FM Scan
Press the Sports Function Select
button.
PROFILE
Select PROFILE in SPORTS FUNCTION.
EXIT
TRY IT
Select a user ID registered on the PC or TRY IT
and set the age, sex, height and weight
of the user.
EDIT PROFILE
FM CHANNEL
CH1 95.9 MHz
CH2 91.9 MHz
CH3 89.1 MHz
4
Select CREATE after the setting is complete.
NAME
AGE
GENDER
: GUEST
: 20
: MALE
Note
● You can store up to 20 frequencies.
Note
● When measuring after selecting TRY IT, data is not saved.
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Using Sports Function
Measuring Calories Consumed
Measure your heart rate before and after exercise in order
to find out the calories burned.
1
2
CALORIE COUNTER
USER
Before starting exercise, press the Sports Function
Select
button.
Select CALORIE COUNTER in SPORTS FUNCTION.
● Shows the selected user and whether or not
measurement has started.
3
Measuring Heartrate
Try It
END
CALORIE
1st Check
1
2
CALORIE COUNTER
CALORIE COUNTER
● Measurement of heart rate starts.
Measuring
button.
Press the
button in SPORTS FUNCTION
and select HEART RATE MONITOR.
● The selected user and whether a
Place your finger
on sensor and
press button
After placing your finger on the sensor on the
top of the device, press the
button.
Press the Sports Function Select
HEART RATE
USER
Try It
measurement has started will be shown.
HEART RATE
Place your finger
on sensor and
press button
82bpm
● When the heart rate measurement finishes, the
heartrate that was measured is saved automatically
and a “ ” indicator is shown in the display window.
4
3
Measure your heart rate one more time after finishing
your exercise as in #2 and #3 above.
● Heart rate measurement starts.
Measuring
82bpm
the heart rate is shown on the screen.
● The calories are shown in kcal units.
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HEART RATE
● When measurement is complete,
● Shows the calories consumed by your exercise.
5
After putting your finger on the sensor on the
top of the device, press the
button.
HEART RATE
If you want to save the data, select CREATE.
● The measured data is saved.
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101
082
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Using Sports Function
Measuring Lap Time
Checking the Database
1
2
3
Press the Sports Function Select
You can measure the user’s interval time when exercising,
such as when jogging or running a marathon.
button.
VIEW CALORIE
Select DATABASE in SPORTS FUNCTION.
To see the consumed calories measured,
select VIEW CALORIES. To see the heart rate,
select VIEW HEART RATE.
● Shows the most recently measured data.
STOP WATCH function
1
2
3
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CALORIE
D 03.01.01
E
T
1
Press the Sports Function Select
2
Press the ENC/NAVI. button.
3
Press the
measurement.
button twice.
● Shows the STOP WATCH.
101
: 576
12:07
VIEW HEART RATE
HEART RATE
: 96
DATE
: 03.01.01
: 12:07
TIME
● Time measurement starts.
button during time
● “LAP” is shown and the lap time is recorded every
Press the Sports Function Select
button twice.
● Shows the STOP WATCH.
time the
button is pressed.
● A maximum of three lap times can be recorded.
● Press the
Press the ENC/NAVI. button.
● Time measurement starts.
button to record up to
three lap times and then press the
button to stop.
The three lap times and ending time are shown.
Press the ENC/NAVI. button one more time.
● The time measurement finishes.
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MENU Table
● Use
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the
,
button to navigate and then select using the
button.
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Troubleshooting
The software doesn’t work
The buttons do not work.
● Refer to the recommended PC specifications.
● Check the Hold switch setting.
● Press the RESET hole on the side of the main unit with a pin.
The yepp does not work and the LCD displays nothing.
The yepp keeps turning off.
● Check the condition of the rechargable battery.
● Press the RESET hole on the side of the main unit with a pin.
In PLAY mode, music is not played after pressing the
● In Stop mode, the power is automatically turned off after ten seconds (changes depending on settings).
● Check to see if there are files saved in it. The yepp will be turned off if no files are saved in it
button
● Verify that the device is currently set to Music mode.
Something is wrong with the play time displayed during Play mode.
● Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are saved in the built-in memory.
● Check to see if the HOLD switch is locked.
● Check if the REC button is on.
● “VBR SONG” message is displayed instead of play time while VBR
(Variable Bit Rate) file is playing.
Files cannot be downloaded.
● Check Contrast.
● Check the condition of the rechargable battery.
● Check the connection between yepp and computer.
● Check and/or replace the battery, turn on the yepp's power.
● Change the font settings in the Download List Window to the correct font.
LCD window is dark
Strange characters are displayed on the screen during playback.
Backlight does not work.
● Check the backlight setup.
● When the current and voltage of the rechargeable battery are low,
the backlight automatically stays off in order to play longer.
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Specifications
Model
Built-in Memory capacity
Voltage
Playing time
Recharge time
Maximum number of files that can be saved
Dimensions/Weight
Case
Noise Ratio
Earphones Jack Output Power
Output Frequency Range
Operating Temperature Range
FM Frequency
FM Signal to Noise Ratio
FM T.H.D
FM Useable Sensitivity
File Support
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MEMO
YP-60
128MB(YP-60 H)/256MB(YP-60 V)/512MB(YP-60 X)/1GB(YP-60 Z)
3.7V (Li-polymer battery)
Lasts up to 15hours (MP3 128Kbps, Vol level 20)
Approximately three hours.
Up to 256 files (per folder).
1.53X3.66X0.66 inch/1.6 oz (Battery included)
Plastic
80dB with 20KHz LPF
6mW(Max 10mW)/CH (16 Ω)
20Hz~20KHz
-5 ~ +35°C(23~95°F)
87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz
50dB
1%
10dB
MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer3(8Kbps ~ 320Kbps, 8KHz ~ 48KHz)
WMA (64Kbps ~ 192Kbps, 32KHz, 44.1KHz, 48KHz)
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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 reason able
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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FCC
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-60
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
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 yepp.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:
◆ 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.
◆ Periodic checks, maintenance, repair and
replacement of parts due to normal wear and
tear.
◆ Repairs performed by non-authorized
service centers such as opening of the product
by a non-authorized person.
◆ 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.
◆ The model, serial No. and product number
on the product has been altered, deleted,
removed or made illegible.
◆ Use of the product in conjunction with
accessories not approved by Samsung for
use with this product.
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 product manual 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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Warranty
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
Tel: (973) 601-6000, Fax: (973) 601-6001
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung yepp.com
081299
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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