User’s Manual
FY600
Introduction of
Getting Started
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Imitating all or part of software of this product, and duplication, reproduction, or interpretation
without a prior consent with MPIO is prohibited. Making the electronic media version and the
mechanical abridgement of the contents are also prohibited.
Thank you for purchasing MPIO FY600. FY600 is a digital audio player that enables users
to play back music conveniently and utilize it for various purposes. To use this product
properly, make sure to read through this manually before using it.
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For more information on the MPIO products, visit our web site on the Internet. You can find
many answers to the customer’s various enquiries, or upgrade the product performance
through firmware upgrade (system software) that operates this product.
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explicitly.
 Disclaimer
- Manufacturer and sales office do not bear any responsibility over the accidental damage
that accompanies the injury to the user, which is caused by improper usage of this product.
The contents of this manual are based on the product status at the time of sales and can
be changed without a prior notice for continuous performance improvement and additional
function supplementation in the future.
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Safety Precautions
Do not use in high temperature
(near heating device or heat
generators).
Do not use in minus zero temperatures
or outdoors during winter (operating
temperature 0˚C~40˚C).
Do not use in high humidity or places
of dropping in water.
Do not use in places with high
amount of dust.
Do not use in direct sunlight or
inside a car.
Do not use in places with high
vibration.
Be careful of foreign substances
entering the product interior.
E.g.) Paper clips, paper, water,
drinks, etc.
Getting Started
The following information is for protecting the user’s safety and any property damages.
Please read the following information and use the product accordingly.
When removing foreign substances
from the product surface, always
use a soft cloth or a towel. Do not
use chemical solvents.
User Safety
① Traffic safety
- Do not listen to music using headphones or earphones when riding a bicycle, motorcycle, or driving a
vehicle. It is dangerous and it may be against the law in some regions.
- Reduce the headset or earphone volume when listening to music or FM while you’re walking.
There is a risk of an accident.
② Hearing Protection
- Do not use headphones or earphones for a long period of time. Professionals suggest that long use of
all portable audio devices may have a possibility of causing hearing loss.
Do not use near highly magnetic
devices.
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Be Careful of strong impact.
Do not dismantle, repair, or modify
the product.
Data Storage
① MPIO Co., Ltd. will not be responsible for data loss or damages occurred while transferring data between the
product and a PC.
② When storing important data, please make a back-up copy. The data may be damaged due to
malfunction or other elements such as outer impact or lack of battery. Please note that in case of data
loss, MPIO Co., Ltd. will not be responsible for the lost data.
③ When inserting/removing the USB plug into a computer, please do so by holding the plug.
④ When the product is connected to a computer, please do not cause impact or shake the connector.
⑤ You should back up the data saved in the product before requesting the after service. MPIO will consider that
the customers have backed up their data before sending it to MPIO for after service. MPIO will not back up
your data upon receiving the after service request. Additionally, MPIO will bear no responsibility over data loss
during the service.
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Table of Contents
Safety Precautions ...................................................4
Product Features ......................................................8
Components .............................................................9
Name of the Parts ....................................................10
■ Listening to FM Radio ..............................................29
Searching Radio Frequency Manually (Scan Mode) ....29
Searching Radio Frequency Automatically (Scan Mode) ...29
Setting Save Channel ..............................................29
Changing Radio Frequency Saved ..........................30
Listening to Saved Channels (Channel Mode) .........30
■ Recording FM Radio ................................................31
Connection
■ Connecting to a PC .................................................12
System Requirement ................................................12
Installing the Software ..............................................13
Connecting to a PC with a USB Cable .....................16
■ Installing USB Driver Manually .................................17
■ Using Removable Disk Function ..............................19
Using Removable Disk .............................................20
Basic Usage
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Listening to Music ...................................................21
Adjusting Volume / Using Hold Switch .....................22
Switching Mode ........................................................23
Voice Recording .......................................................24
Using Navigation Mode ...........................................25
Setting My List ..........................................................26
Deleting File .............................................................27
Finding Music / Voice Recording Files .....................28
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Additional Usage
■ Setting Repeat .........................................................32
■ Setting Menu ............................................................33
■ Setting Audio ............................................................34
Changing the EQ Setting .........................................34
Setting User EQ .......................................................35
Setting 3D Sound Effect ...........................................36
Changing Play Order ................................................37
■ Setting FM Radio .....................................................38
Saving Channel in Menu ..........................................38
Setting FM Frequency Bandwidth ............................39
Setting FM Sound ....................................................40
Setting Auto Channel Save ......................................41
Setting Seek Steps ...................................................42
■ Setting Recording .....................................................43
Setting the Quality of Voice Recording .....................43
Setting the Quality of FM Recording ........................44
■ Setting Screen Display .............................................45
Select Visualization ..................................................45
Setting Language .....................................................46
Setting Track Information Indicator ..........................47
Setting Playing Time Indicator ..................................48
Setting Scroll Speed .................................................49
Setting Lighting Time ................................................50
Setting Contrast .......................................................51
Setting the Lever Controls ........................................52
Setting Lyrics ............................................................53
■ Setting System .........................................................54
Setting Auto Playback ..............................................54
Setting Memorized Playback ....................................55
Setting Fade In .........................................................56
Confirming Device Information .................................57
Setting Sleep Timer ..................................................58
Setting Auto Power Off Time ....................................59
Initializing to Default .................................................60
Setting Playback Speed ...........................................61
Customer Support
Menu Structure ........................................................62
Formatting ................................................................63
Storing Default Saving .............................................66
Upgrading Firmware .................................................67
Upgrading Firmware in Macintosh ...........................69
■ Troubleshooting........................................................70
■ Product Specifications ..............................................72
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Getting Started
Getting Started
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Product Features
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Getting Started
※ Digital audio player with a simple design that everybody can use with ease.
Components
 Supports USB 2.0 high-speed data transmission.
Data can be transferred and used faster and more conveniently using USB 2.0 interface.
 Supports USB mass storage
MP3 player can be used as a removable disc. You can save and use the data conveniently at any time
and place.
Player
 Supports playback of multiple formats and DRM-applied file
Earphones
Installation Driver CD
USB Cable
Supports playback of MP3, WMA, OGG, and ASF format music file, as well as the WMA file purchased
online that is applied with DRM (Digital Rights Management).
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 FM radio function
Besides simple listening to the FM radio, channel saving and automatic preset functions are also
provided.
 Supports voice recording and FM recording
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Voice and FM can be recorded.
 Supports 7 EQ types and Live 3D Effect
 Additional components (Additional components can differ depending on the sales area.)
Supported equalizer types include Normal, Pop, Rock, Jazz, Classic, Vocal, and user-defined EQ mode
that allows for your preferred equalizer setting. Additionally, Live 3D Effect provides various sound effects
such as Pure Studio, Concert, Groove, and Dynamic Bass.
 12 hour-long continuous playback time
Low power consumption design technology ensures 12 hour long continuous playback with a single
alkaline battery (AAA).
Arm Band
 Provides Real Player
License Real Player program is bundled with this product, which enables to author MP3 file and use the
music library.
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Case
Neck String
Note
● Actual player may vary slightly from images shown, and subject to change without notice.
● Broken accessories may be purchased separately at MPIO Service Center.
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Name of the Parts
LCD Screen
Microphone
Using the Lever
Getting Started
Earphone Jack
Neck String Hole
Functioning by pushing the lever up, down, left, right direction and pressing it.
Pressing the Lever: Press the lever down or press and hold it.
Pushing Up : Push the lever or push and hold it up.
Pushing Down: Push the lever or push and hold it down.
Pushing to Left: Push the lever or push and hold it to left.
Pushing to Right: Push the lever or push and hold it to right.
Power / Play / Pause Button
Function Button
Menu, Navigation Setting /
Changing Track / Rewind & Fast
Forward / Volume Control Lever
Record Button
LCD Screen
Hold Switch
Inserting a Battery
USB Connector
Note
● Do not apply excessive force to the cover.
It can break down.
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1. Slide the battery cover towards the arrow
direction and then, lift up the cover.
2. Insert the battery with correct polarity (+/-) and
push down the battery down. Then, close the
battery cover towards the arrow direction.
(1 AAA battery)
Current Track /
Total Tracks
3D Sound Indicator
EQ Indicator
Repeat Indicator
Sleep Indicator
Hold
Battery Indicator
Folder Name
Visualization
MY SONG
WESTLIFE - MY LOVE
00:00:30
Display of music
information
Playback timer
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Connecting to a PC
System Requirement
How to install windows 98 device driver, MPIO utility and other utility.
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 Macintosh
System: USB Interface 2.0, Standard device and a CD-ROM Drive equipped
EX) Power Mac G3 (Blue & White) / G4 / G4 Cube, iMac / iBook, PowerBook, PowerBook G4
Memory: 64MB or more
Hard disk space: 20MB or more
Supported Operating Systems: Mac OS version 9.2 or later
Caution
● Connection using USB Hubs or extension cables is not guaranteed.
Insert the Installation CD into the CD-ROM Drive.
The installation will auto-start and the installation will
begin as shown in right. If the installation doesn’t
auto-start, double-click the CD-ROM icon in Windows
Explorer.
Connection
 IBM PC
System: USB Interface 2.0, Standard device and a CD-ROM Drive equipped
CPU: Pentium 133MHz or faster
Memory: 64MB or more
Hard disk space: 20MB or more
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 98 / 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP
Installing the Software
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Click the [Next] button.
Note
● In Windows 98 / 98SE, the program must be installed to use FY600 as a removable disk. Please install
the USB drivers before use.
● In Windows ME, 2000, XP, FY600 may be used as a Removable Disk without any separate programs.
FY600 is accessible though the Windows Explorer.
● To format, or upgrade the firmware of FY600 in Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 or XP, please install the
MPIO Utility.
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Click
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Connecting to a PC
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After selecting [FY600], click the [Next] button.
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Click the [Install] button to install the selected
utilities in order.
Connection
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Click the [Next] button.
All the utility programs will be installed.
The user can select the programs needed to install.
But, the following items must be installed.
- Windows 98 Device Driver
(For Windows 98/98SE user’s only)
- MPIO Utility
- Windows Media Player Plug-in
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Click
Click
Click
Click the [Finish] button to finish the installation.
Check the MPIO Utility icon on the desktop to
confirm installation.
Click
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Connecting to a PC
Installing USB Driver Manually
Please refer to the below only if the device is not plugged with Windows 98/98E.
Connecting to a PC with a USB Cable
Connect with a USB Cable
Connect FY600 to the PC with the USB cable as shown image.
● If the USB cable is disconnected from the PC during the initial USB driver installation or in middle of a command,
it may malfunction.
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The USB Driver will be installed with a message indicting “Looking for a New Device” The installation screen
may not appear. Check the Device Manager to confirm the installation.
Confirming USB Installation
● Windows 98/ME:
[Control Panel] → [Systems] → [Device Manager] →
[Hard Disk Controllers]→ MPIO FY600 USB Device
● Windows 2000/XP:
[Control Panel] → [Systems] →[Hardware]→[Device Manager]
→[Disk Drives]→ MPIO FY600 USB Device
Note
● If the system operating under Windows 98/98SE doesn’t connect with FY600 automatically, install the
USB Driver manually by referring to “Installing USB Driver Manually”.
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2
Connect FY600 with a computer with the USB
cable. When “Add New Hardware Wizard” window
appears on the screen as shown in right, click the
[Next] button.
Connection
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1
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Click
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Click
Check “Search for the driver for your device”,
click the [Next] button.
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Installing USB Driver Manually
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Uploading / Downloading File
Insert the CD included in the package into the
CD-ROM, check “CD-ROM DRIVE” and click the
[Next] button.
When the driver installation is completed, an
“Installation complete” window will appear on the
screen. Then, click the [Finish] button.
Click
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Connect FY600 with a USB cable with the power turned OFF.
● If connected, a connection icon will appear in the LCD screen.
2
Run Windows Explorer on the PC
● A Removable Disk Drive Icon will be created in Windows Explorer.
3
The user can store, delete data and create a folder in the same way as a hard drive. Copy & Paste,
Drag & Drop commands can be used in the same way to store data.
The USB connection screen when
the power is ON/OFF.
Connection
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Using Removable Disk Function
Copy & Paste: Select the data to store, click on right mouse button. Select “Copy” and then “Paste” in the
Removable Disk drive.
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Go to the following destination to confirm that the
installation was completed successfully.
● Windows 98/ME:
[ Control Panel ] → [ Systems ] → [ Device Manager ] →
[ Hard Disk Controllers ]→ MPIO FY600 USB Device
Click
Click
Drag & Drop: Select the data store, click and hold down
the left mouse button to drag the files into the Removable
Disk drive, and then release the left mouse button.
Note
● In Windows 98 / 98SE, the program must be installed to use FY600 as a removable disk. Please install the
USB drivers before use.
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Caution
● If the USB cable is disconnected while a file is being uploaded or downloaded, the device may malfunction.
● The music file display order in Windows Explorer when you select a removable disc can be different from the
actual playback order.
● If you rename music files like 001***, 002***… in Windows Explorer, you can play them back by the order
of number in the file name.
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Using Removable Disk
Listening to Music
It is recommended that you follow these directions for separating the device from the PC safely. If these instructions
are not followed, it may result in data damage or product malfunction.
● Windows 98/98SE Users
- There is no Safely Remove Hardware command in Windows 98/98SE.
The user must wait until the file/data transfer is complete, and then disconnect the USB Cable.
Disconnecting the USB Cable
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Select “Stop USB Mass Storage Device”.
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Select USB Mass Storage Device from the list of hardware, and click the [Stop] button.
When the “Stop a Hardware Device” window appears, select MPIO FY600 USB Device.
Then, click the [OK] button and disconnect the USB Cable.
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Place mouse cursor on “Stop a Hardware Device” icon in
the system tray, and click right mouse button.
button after turning the player on
Navigation screen will appear by pressing longer
with a logo screen. Select file you wish to playback.
button to play music.
Press
For more details of ‘how to move folders or files, see ‘Using Navigation Mode’ in page 25.
Click
ROOT
WESTLIFE
MY LIST
RECORD
Usage
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To Play Music(Turning Power ON)
To Stop (Turning Power OFF)
button pauses during playback and it is automatically turned-off if there is no
Pressing
any further operation for 3 minutes.(In case default setting)
button is pressed longer during playback as well.
It is automatically turned off if the
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POWER OFF
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
PAUSE
Click
Click
Note
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● In Windows 2000, disconnect the USB cable by clicking the [OK] button after the “Safely Remove Hardware”
message appears.
In Windows XP, disconnect the USB cable after the “Safely Remove Hardware” message appears.
Note
● Auto power off time can be changed by setting.(See page 59). You can set in Menu.
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Adjusting Volume / Using Hold Switch
Switching Mode
Note
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
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● The volume can be adjusted from 00 to 40.
● To adjust the volume gradually, push the lever and to adjust
the volume fast, push and hold the lever.
Press and hold the FUNC button during playback or in pause.
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Pushing FUNC button can change either music playback or FM radio mode.
The screen changed from playback mode to FM radio mode.
Scan
STEREO
Usage
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
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Push the lever toward + / − direction during playback or pause
to adjust the volume.
1

To Adjust the Volume
Hold Function
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Scan
STEREO
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The screen changed from FM radio mode to playback mode.
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Use the Hold function so that other buttons do not work during
playback.
To use the Hold function, push the
switch in the direction of
the arrow.
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Note
● If the Hold function is activated, other buttons will not work. And an icon shown in right will
appear on the LCD screen.
● To deactivated the Hold function, push the switch in opposite the direction of the arrow.
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Voice Recording
Using Navigation Mode
Uses navigation function for more convenient to search folders or files you wish.
1
Voice recording starts if REC button is pressed during pause.
● Voice Recording does not work while music is playing.
2
button to pause the recording. Press the
Press the
resume the recording.
3
Press the REC button to stop voice recording after saving the recorded file.
button again to
1
Press the lever during playback or in pause to enter Navigation Mode.
● A file list will appear on the LCD screen.
2
Select the file or folder to play.
● Entering a folder: After selecting the folder, press or push the lever in
00:58:00
00:05:40
00:54:00
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RECORD
VOICE001. MP3
RECORD
VOICE001. MP3
00:05:45
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button or lever down without selecting pop-up menu or push the lever toward
Pressing the
direction can playback the file you selected.
● Press the FUNC button and move the lever toward + / − direction to select Play Now and playback file
by moving the lever toward
button to playback as well.
direction or pressing it down. Press
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MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
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Note
● The files will be stored in order of VOICE001, VOICE002, etc. And it will be stored in the RECORD folder
as a MP3 file.
● When storing the voice recording files, recording wills stop automatically if there aren’t sufficient memory
space.
● Pressing the REC button in FM Mode will record the radio. Be sure to use voice recording in MP3 Mode.
● The voice recording memory is limited to 64MB for each. In case the volume of any voice recording is more
than 64MB, the file being recorded is automatically saved and it continues recording by creating a new file.
To operate this, it needs around 2 seconds and during that period(2seconds), voice recording stops.
direction.
direction.
Usage
RECORD
VOICE001. MP3

● Leaving a folder: Push the lever in
MY SONG
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Add to List
MUSIC002.mp3
Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
Note
● Push the lever toward
direction to exit the Navigation Mode.
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Deleting File
Setting My List
Setting My List
1
Press FUNC button after moving to the file you want to delete in navigation mode.
● A pop up menu will appear.
Press the FUNC button after moving to the file you want in navigation mode.
● A pop up menu will appear.
2
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select Delete and then, push the lever toward
press the lever down toward vertical direction.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Add to List, and press the lever to add the selected items to My List.
● The icon of the selected file will be changed to (
→
).
● Check the file set in MY LIST folder in navigation mode.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select YES in DELETE THE FILE ARE YOU SURE? window and
then, push the lever toward
direction or press down toward vertical direction to execute deleting.
● Select NO to cancel delete.
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The file selected is deleted.
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To deselect the files from My List, use the Navigation Mode to select the file to remove.
Then, press the FUNC button and select Off the List.
MY LIST
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Off the List
Delete
The display released in MY LIST.
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MY SONG
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Off the List
MUSIC002.mp3
Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
The display released in
navigation mode.
MY SONG
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Add to List
MUSIC002.mp3
Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
The delete screen in navigation mode
MY LIST
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Off the List
MY
SONG
DELETE THE FILE
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
ARE YOU SURE?
NO Add to List
MUSIC002.mp3
YES Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
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3
Enter My List in Navigation Mode and play the selected files.
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MY LIST
WESTLIFE-MY LO
direction or
Usage
MY SONG
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Add to List
MUSIC002.mp3
Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
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1
MY SONG
Play Now LO
WESTLIFE-MY
Add to List
Deleting
MUSIC002.mp3
Delete
MUSIC003.mp3
Delete
The delete screen in MY LIST mode
Note
● Release navigation mode to cancel delete.
● If there is a music file in MY LIST, it is deleted as well in case the music file is deleted in navigation mode.
● If a music file in MY LIST is deleted, the music file is not deleted in navigation mode.
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Finding Music / Voice Recording Files
Listening to FM Radio
Press and hold the FUNC button to switch to FM Mode. (Refer to “Switching Mode” on page 23)
● Push the lever in
directions during playback to Fast forward / rewind the music.
Release the lever to resume playback.
Finding Files During Playback
● Push the lever in
Note
directions to move to next / previous track when playback is stopped.
Setting Save Channel
A function for saving the selected frequency
1
When the lever is pressed while listening to FM Radio, Save Channel screen will appear.
2
Push the lever in + / − direction to select channel number. Push the lever in
or press it to save the frequency.
Scan
Note
● The MP2 or MP1 format files with extensions changed to MP3 may not played by FY600.
● When playing VBR files, pushing the lever in direction within the first 10 seconds may
not play the previous track.
Scan
direction
STEREO
CH01 : 105.50
CH02 :
CH03 :
Note
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●
●
●
●
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STEREO
Usage
Finding Files When Playback is Stopped
direction to move to the
Searching Radio Frequency Automatically (Scan Mode)
● Push and hold the lever toward
direction
automatically to search for the frequency being
received.
● Frequency seek steps can be changed in [FM Radio]/[Seek Step] Menu settings.
direction during playback to play the next track.
● After starting playing back, push the lever in
direction to go back to the last track in the first 10 seconds
direction after 10 seconds to restart the current track from the beginning.
and push the lever in
● Push the lever in
Searching Radio Frequency Manually (Scan Mode)
● Push the lever toward
frequency being received.
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Fast Forward / Rewinding During Playback
FM radio mode is not entered with low battery.
Up to 20 channels are savable.
The channels saved are verified in [FM Radio] → [Save Channel] in menu.
Save Channel is also available in FM radio menu.(see page 38)
FM channel can not be deleted but the new frequency can be saved in the channel that had been
saved previous frequency.
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Listening to FM Radio
Recording FM Radio
Records the selected FM Radio broadcast
Press the lever towards the vertical direction shortly, and select the saved channel number when the
Save Channel window appears. Then, push the lever towards the
direction.
2
Push the lever toward + / − direction in OVERWRITE? window to select
‘YES’ and then, push the lever toward
direction or press down toward
vertical direction to execute overwrite function.
Scan
1
Press the REC button to start FM radio recording while listening to FM radio.
2
button to pause the recording. Press the
Press the
resume the recording.
3
Press the REC button to stop voice recording after saving the recorded file.
STEREO
OVERWRITE?
CH01
: 105.50
NO
CH02YES:
CH03 :
RECORD
FM001. MP3
Press the FUNC button to change the reception mode (SCAN↔ CHANNEL).
1
Press the FUNC button to select CHANNEL MODE.
2
Push the lever in
frequencies (channels).
3
The saved channel is selected.
directions to move between the saved
00:58:00
Channel 02/15
STEREO
30
00:54:00
RECORD
FM001. MP3
00:05:45
Note
● The files will be stored in order of FM001, FM002, etc. And it will be stored in the RECORD folder as a MP3
file.
● When storing the voice recording files, recording wills stop automatically if there aren’t sufficient memory space.
● The voice recording memory is limited to 64MB for each. In case the volume of any voice recording is more than
64MB, the file being recorded is automatically saved and it continues recording by creating a new file. To operate
this, it needs around 2 seconds and during that period(2seconds), voice recording stops.
Note
● If there aren’t any saved frequencies (channels), NO CHANNEL!!
message will appear on the screen and the device will remain in
SCAN mode.
● For more detailed information about the FM Menu, refer to pages
38~42.
CH02
00:05:40
RECORD
FM001. MP3
Usage
Listening to Saved Channels (Channel Mode)
button again to
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1
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Changing Radio Frequency Saved
Scan
02/15
NO
CHANNEL!!
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Setting Repeat
Setting Menu
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Press the REC button again at the desired end position.
mark will appear in the LCD screen.
The selected section will be repeated.
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:01:30
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
EQ
Normal
Pop
Rock
Usage
Repeat Section End Position

Press the REC button in the start position of the music/voice file to repeat during playback.
appears on LCD window and icon is blinking.
How to Use the Menu
Press and hold the lever to enter the menu.
Selecting Menu: Push the lever in + / − directions to move the highlight.
Entering Menu: Push the lever in
direction or press the lever to enter the menu.
Changing Settings: Push the lever in + / − directions to change the setting.
Saving Changed Settings: Push the lever in
direction or press the lever to save the setting.
Going Back in Menu Tree: Push the lever in
direction.
Canceling Menu Changes: Push the lever toward
direction to release from Menu without saving the
value selected.

Repeat Section Start Position
Audio: How to set the effect of music file.
FM Radio: Setting the options of FM Radio Mode
Recording: Setting the options for voice recording mode
Display: Setting the options for the screen
System: Adjusting system settings
Note
● Press the REC button again to release repeat.
● Pause is usable during Sector Repeat.
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Setting Audio
Changing the EQ Setting
Setting User EQ
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select EQ and then, push the lever in
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to elect the EQ item and then, push the lever in
direction or press it to
save the setting. After saving, device will automatically return to the previous menu.
EQ
Normal
Pop
Rock
Using FUNC Button
1
Press the FUNC button during playback.
2
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the EQ and then, press the
lever down toward vertical direction or press the FUNC button to save the
setting value.
Select Audio in the menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select User EQ and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
● User EQ setting will appear in the LCD screen.
3
Push the lever in
directions to change the frequency band and then, push the lever in + / −
directions to adjust the frequency band settings.
4
It moves to the previous menu after saving the setting value if the lever is pushed toward
direction
or press the lever down toward vertical direction to move to OK after completing setting the bandwidth
of each frequency.
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Note
● EQ Icon order
The EQ icons will be changed in the following order:
Normal (NOR) → Pop (POP) → Rock (ROC) → Jazz (JAZ) → Classic (CLA) → Vocal (VOC)
● It playbacks with the EQ saved in the EQ(USR), if you set the EQ with the EQ(USR).
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1
direction or
Usage
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
direction or press it to enter.
You can define your own EQ effect by adjusting the setting values in each frequency range,
instead of the pre-defined EQ setting values.
User EQ

Select Audio in the menu.

1
EXIT
OK
Note
● Canceling User EQ Settings
Push the lever in direction and move to the EXIT to cancel User EQ setting.
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Setting Audio
Changing Play Order
Setting 3D Sound Effect
Select ‘How to playback’ of the music files saved.
Select Audio in the menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Live 3D Effect and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the 3D effect and then, push the lever in
save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
direction or
1
Select Audio in the menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Repeat and then, push the lever in
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the order of playback wanted and then, push the lever toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
direction or press it to
Audio
Repeat
Live 3D Effect
Off
Pure Studio
Concert Sound
Press the FUNC button during playback.
2
Push the lever toward
direction to select 3D sound effect icon and then,
push the lever toward + / − direction.
3
Press the lever down toward vertical direction or press the FUNC
button to save the setting value.
Note
● The changing order of 3D sound effect
Off → Pure Studio → Concert Sound → Groove → Dynamic Bass
● 3D sound can not be applied during playback of OGG file.
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Repeat
Normal
Repeat One
Repeat All
Normal : Plays the music file(s) once including folder
Repeat One : Repeats only one music file
Repeat All : Repeats all the music file(s)
Random : Plays randomly all the music file(s)
Directory Normal : : Plays the music file(s) once in the folder selected.
Directory Repeat : Repeats all the music file(s) in folder.
Directory Random : Plays randomly all the music file(s) in folder.
Using FUNC Button
1
direction or press it to enter.
Usage
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect

1

3D sound effect will enhance your music experience.
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Using FUNC Button
1
Press the FUNC button during playback.
2
Push the lever toward
direction to select the icon of playback order and
then, push the lever toward + / − direction to select.
3
Press the lever down toward vertical direction or press the FUNC button to
save the setting value.
MY SONG
WESTLIFE-MY LOVE
00:00:30
Note
● The icon of playback changing order:
) → Repeat One (
) → Repeat All (
) → Random (
)→
Normal (
Directory Normal (
) → Directory Repeat (
) → Directory Random (
)
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Setting FM Radio
Saving Channel in Menu
Setting FM Frequency Bandwidth
Set by pressing and hold the FUNC button after change to FM radio mode.
Saving channel in menu can not be set in music mode.
Select the FM frequency band to receive.
2
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select save channel and then, push the lever toward
or press down toward vertical direction to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the number of channel and then, push the lever toward
direction or press down toward vertical direction to save the setting value.
Save Channel

FM Radio
Save Channel
FM Band
FM Sound
Note
● FM radio mode can not be entered with low battery.
● Up to 20 channels are savable.
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CH01 : 99.90
CH02 :
CH03 :
direction
1
Select FM Radio in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select FM Band and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the FM Band and then, push the lever in
direction or
pushing it to save. After saving the FM Band setting, the device will return to its previous menu.
FM Radio
Save Channel
FM Band
FM Sound
direction or
FM Band

Select FM Radio in menu.
● Set the frequency you want to save.
Usage
1
US/EU/KR/CN
Worldwide
Japan
FM Frequencies for each region
Korea/USA/China/Europe 87.5MHz ~108MHZ
Worldwide
76MHz ~108MHZ
Japan
76MHz ~92MHZ
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Setting FM Radio
Setting FM Sound
Setting Auto Channel Save
Select the sound modes for FM Radio.
Set by pressing and hold the FUNC button after change to FM radio mode.
Auto scan menu can not be set under the other mode.
Push the lever in + / − directions to select FM Sound and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the FM sound and then, push the lever in
press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
FM Radio
Save Channel
FM Band
FM Sound
direction or
direction or
1
Select FM Radio in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Auto Preset and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select Yes and then, push the lever toward
direction
or press down toward vertical direction to delete the channel saved and automatically save the
receivable frequency sequentially.
● Select NO to cancel auto channel save.
FM Sound
Stereo
Mono
FM Radio
Auto Preset
Seek Step
direction or
Auto Preset

2

Select FM Radio in menu.
Usage
1
No
Yes
Note
● Up to 20 channels are savable.
● The channels saved can be verified in Save Channel mode.
● Radio plays with the channel saved as the first(CH01) after complete auto channel saving.
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Setting FM Radio
Setting Recording
Setting the Quality of Voice Recording
Setting Seek Steps
Set the quality of voice recording.
Select FM Radio in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Seek Step and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the seek step and then, push the lever in
press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
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Seek Step

FM Radio
Auto Preset
Seek Step
50kHz
100kHz
direction or
direction or
1
Select Recording in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Voice-Quality and then, push the lever in
or press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the voice quality and then, push the lever toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Recording
Voice-Quality
FM-Quality
direction
Usage
1
Voice-Quality

Select the seek steps for scanning frequencies.
Low
Middle
High
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Setting Recording
Setting Screen Display
Select Visualization
Setting the Quality of FM Recording
Select the visualization shown at the bottom of the LCD screen.
Select Recording in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select FM-Quality and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the FM quality and then, push the lever toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Visualization and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the visualization to use and then, push the lever in
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
● The selected visualization will appear at the bottom of the LCD Screen.
FM-Quality

Recording
Voice-Quality
FM-Quality
direction or
1
Low
Middle
High
Display
Visualization
Language
File Info
direction or
Usage
1
Visualization

Set the quality of FM recording.
Status
Stereo Image
File info
Visualization Setting Icons
Status
Stereo Image
File info
Level meter
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Setting Screen Display
Setting Language
Setting Track Information Indicator
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Language and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the desired menu language and then, push the lever in
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
● The selected language will appear in the menu.
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select File Info and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select track information and then, push the lever toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
direction or
Display
Visualization
Language
File Info
Language

Display
Visualization
Language
File Info
1
KOREAN
KYRGYZ
LATVIAN
direction or
Usage
1
Set the Music file information shown in the LCD screen.
File Info

Assigning the language of ID3 tag of the music can display the accurate information of the file. 55 differences of
languages support ID3 tag in total. English, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Spanish
and Russian support ID3 tag with menu among 55 languages.
Tag Info
File info
Tag Info : It shows tag information only in case the file has tag information.
If there is no tag information, it just shows name of the file.
File info : It displays the name of the file.
Note
● 55 languages shown in Language settings are supported as ID3 tags.
Refer to page 46 for language setting.
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Setting Screen Display
Setting Playing Time Indicator
Setting Scroll Speed
Select the Playing Time indicator shown in the LCD screen.
Adjust the scroll speed of the text shown in the LCD screen.
1
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Playing Time and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the playback time and then, push the lever toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Scroll Speed and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the desired scroll speed. Push the lever in
direction toward OK
to save the setting. Pressing the lever shortly will also save the setting. After saving, the device will return to its
previous menu.
direction or
Usage
Playing Time
Running time
Remaining time
Display
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
Backlight Time
Scroll Speed


Display
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
Backlight Time
direction or
1
EXIT
6px
OK
Running time: Shows the playing time of the current song.
Remaining time: Shows the remaining time of the current song.
Note
● The range of the text scroll speed is from 2~16 pixels and it is divided into 5 different levels.
Select the desired scroll speed.
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Setting Screen Display
Setting Contrast
Setting Lighting Time
You can adjust the contrast of the LCD window.
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Backlight Time and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the desired lighting time. Save the setting by pushing the lever
in
direction toward OK. Pressing the lever shortly will also save the setting. After saving, the device will
return to its previous menu.
EXIT
10sec
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Contrast and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever towards + / − direction to select the contrast you wish. Then, push the lever towards
direction and move to OK to save the setting value. Press the lever towards vertical direction to save the
setting value. Then, the previous menu will appear when the setting value is saved.
Display
Contrast
Controls
Lyrics
OK
Note
● The lighting time can be adjusted from 5~20 seconds.
● If the backlight is set to “ON”, the LCD is continuously on and the backlight can not be turned on
with low battery.
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Select Display in menu.
Backlight Time

Display
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
Backlight Time
direction or
1
direction or
Usage
1
Contrast

Set the light time for the LCD screen.
EXIT
Level 1
OK
Note
● You can adjust the contrast within the range of 1 to 5.
● The bigger the level value, the darker the screen.
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Setting Screen Display
Setting the Lever Controls
Setting Lyrics
The direction of information on LCD is changeable for right/left handed people to operate better.
Select Display in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Controls and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
1
Select Display in menu.
direction or
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Lyrics and then, push the lever in
it to enter.
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select the method of lever controls and push the lever
toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to turn Lyrics on of off and then, push the lever in
press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Right Hander
Left Hander
Right Hander : It shows to be operated with right hand.(default setting)
direction or
Lyrics

Display
Contrast
Controls
Lyrics
Controls

Display
Contrast
Controls
Lyrics
direction or press
Usage
1
Select to display the lyrics’ information onto LCD during playback of MP3, WMA with lyrics’ information. If
adding lyrics’ information needed, please refer to the appendix, regarding ‘adding lyrics’’(lyrics’ sync)
On
Off
On: Shows the available lyrics information of the current file.
Off: Hides the lyrics of the current song.
Caution

Left Hander : It shows to be operated with left hand, rounding LCD screen to 180 degree.
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● Any file format that MPIO does not support might not be able to display the lyrics even if they have lyrics’
information.
● The lyrics’ display function can not be supported depends on area.
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Setting System
Setting Auto Playback
Setting Memorized Playback
The device may be set to play music automatically once the power is turned ON.
When turned On, the Resume function allows the player to begin playing music from
the last position.
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Auto Play and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select setting auto playback and then, push the lever
toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Resume and then, push the lever in
or press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select Memorized playback and then, push the lever
toward
direction or press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
direction
Resume

Off
On
button to playback.
Off : Navigation screen appears when the power is ON and press the
On : The device will automatically play music once the power is turned On.
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1
Auto Play

System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
direction or
Usage
1
Off
On
Off: When turned On, the device will play music from the last position.
On: When turned On, the device will turn the play music from the beginning.
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Setting System
Confirming Device Information
Setting Fade In
Check the version of firmware saved on the device, using memory size and the information of the
whole memory size.
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Fade In and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select Fade in and then, push the lever toward
press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Fade In

System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
Off
On
direction or
direction or
1
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Information and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
The System Information will be shown on the screen
direction or
Usage
1
System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
Information

Fade in setting increase the music volume steadily so that the user is not surprised by the loud
music.
Off: When the music begins, it will be played in the original volume.
On: The volume of the intro is to be gradually increased when the music starts.
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Setting System
Setting Sleep Timer
Setting Auto Power Off Time
When listening to music or FM radio, you can set up the device so that the power is
automatically turned OFF after a certain period of time.
Auto Power Off function turns the power OFF when a certain period of time passes after
the music is paused or stopped.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Sleep and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to set the timer and then, push the lever in
direction toward OK to save
the setting. Pressing the lever shortly will also save the setting. After saving, the device will return to its
previous menu.
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Auto Power Off and then, push the lever in
tion or press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to set the Auto Power Off timer. Push the lever in
direction toward OK
to save the setting. Pressing the lever shortly will also save the setting. After saving, the device will return to
its previous menu.
Sleep

System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
direction or
1
EXIT
10min
System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
OK
Note
direc-
Auto Power Off

Select System in menu.
EXIT
3min
OK
Note
● Canceling Sleep Timer
● Canceling Auto Power Off Settings
Push the lever in direction and move to the EXIT to cancel the sleep timer.
● Setting the ‘reserved power off’ is settable from 10~120 minutes and select OFF when it is not needed.
● The setting value automatically returns to OFF if the power is resumed after setting the ‘reserved power off”.
Push the lever in direction and move to the EXIT to cancel the Auto Power Off settings.
● Setting the ‘auto power off time’ is settable from 3~15 minutes and turn it off when it is not needed.
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Usage
1
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Setting System
Initializing to Default
Setting Playback Speed
Resets all the user’s menu settings and initializes all menu settings to default settings.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Initial Setting and then, push the lever in
press it to enter.
3
Push the lever toward + / − direction to select Yes and then, push the lever toward
press it to save. After saving, the device will return to its previous menu.
Initial Setting

System
Initial Setting
Speed Control
No
Yes
direction or
1
Select System in menu.
2
Push the lever in + / − directions to select Speed Control and then, push the lever in
or press it to enter.
3
Push the lever in + / − directions to select the playback speed and then, press the lever in
direction
toward OK to save. Pressing the lever shortly will also save the setting. After saving, the device will return to
its previous menu.
direction or
System
Initial Setting
Speed Control
direction
Speed Control

Select System in menu.
Usage
1
Playback speed can be adjustable and it is very useful on studying foreign language.
Playback speed control is applied to only MP3 file format.
EXIT
100%
OK
Note
● Canceling playback speed settings
Push the lever in direction and move to the EXIT to cancel the playback speed settings.
● Setting playback speed is settable up to 75~150%.
● The higher percentage represents increased speed. The default setting of 100% is recommended for listening to music.
● The playback speed automatically returns to normal if the power is resumed after setting the ‘playback speed control’.
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Menu Structure
Formatting
You can format FY600 from a Windows PC using MPIO Utility.
Main Menu
FM Radio
Recording
Display
System
EQ
Save Channel
Voice-Quality
Visualization
Auto Play
User EQ
FM Band
FM-Quality
Language
Resume
Live 3D Effect
FM Sound
File Info
Fade In
Repeat
Auto Preset
Playing Time
Information
Seek Step
Scroll Speed
Sleep
Backlight Time
Auto Power Off
Contrast
Initial Setting
Controls
Speed Control
Turn the power of FY600 ON and connect it to a computer using a USB cable.
2
Double-click MPIO Utility icon in your desktop.
3
Click the [Format & Config] button.
4
Click the [ OK ] button.
Click
Click
5
Click the [ Start ] button.
6
Customer Support
Audio
1
Click the [ OK ] button.
Lyrics
Click
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Click
63
Formatting
7
When formatting is complete, click
the [ OK ] button.
8
Click the [ Close ] button.
Follow the instructions when formatting FY600 using a Windows PC without MPIO Utility.
Using MPIO Utility is recommended for formatting the device.
Select the Removable Disc icon. Click your right mouse button and select FORMAT.
Click the [Start] button.

1
Click
9
10
Click
After clicking the [ OK ] button, Format & Config
(Default Setting Restoration) is complete. You
may separate the device from the PC.
Customer Support
Click the [ OK ] button after the “Safely
Remove Hardware” message appears as
shown.
Click
Note
Click
Click
Note
● The captured screens of MPIO Utility may vary for the user’s PC environment.
● MPIO Utility cannot be run under MAC OS.
● For information regarding MPIO Utility installation, refer to [Installing the software] on page 13.
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● When formatting the device using the Windows FORMAT Command, it must be formatted in FAT or FAT16.
To use the device after it has been formatted, the default settings must be restored using MPIO Utility.
Refer to page 66 [Storing Default Settings] for more information.
● The captured screens of MPIO Utility may vary for the user’s PC environment.
Caution
● The files in FY600 WILL BE LOST after formatting.
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Storing Default Settings
Upgrading Firmware
When FY600 has been formatted using the Windows FORMAT Command (FAT or FAT16), the
default settings must be restored using MPIO Utility’s Setup Config function. Refer to page 13
[Installing the software] for more information about installing MPIO Utility.
1
Turn the power of FY600 ON and connect it to a computer using a USB cable.
2
Double-click MPIO Utility icon in your desktop.
3
Click the [Setup Config] button.
4
Click the [ OK ] button
The files in FY600 will be lost after upgrading firmware.
Refer to page 13 [Installing the software] for information on how to install MPIO Utility.
1
Download the firmware from the MPIO web site, and uncompress and save it in the PC.
(www.mpio.com)
2
Turn the power of FY600 ON and connect it to a computer using a USB
cable.
3
Double-click MPIO Utility icon in your desktop.
4
Click the [F/W Upgrade] button.
5
Click the [ OK ] button.
Click
Click
5
Click the [ OK ] button after the Safely
Remove Hardware message appears as
shown.
6
After clicking the [OK] button, Setup Config
(Default Setting Restoration) is complete.
You can unplug the device from the PC.
Customer Support
Click
Click
6
Select the downloaded Upgrade.FY600.dwu file in the [ Browse ] window and then,
click the [ Open ] button.
Note
Click
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● The firmware upgrade files provided at MPIO web
site are compressed as ZIP files. When you unzip
the file, a TXT file with information about the
changes and an Upgrade_FY600.ROM file will be
created.
Click
Click
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Upgrading Firmware
7
Click the [ OK ] button after the Hardware Safely
Removed message appears as shown.
8
After clicking the [ OK ] button, the first part of
firmware upgrade is complete.
Click
9
Click
Firmware is automatically upgraded when the device is unplugged from your PC.
When the firmware upgrade is complete, FY600 will be turned OFF automatically.
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1
Download the firmware for Macintosh from the MPIO web site, and uncompress and save it in the PC.
(www.mpio.com)
2
Turn the power of FY600 ON and connect it to a computer using a USB cable.
3
Save the firmware upgrade file (Image.dat, Player.rom, and Upgrade.axf) in FY600.
4
Separate FY600 from the computer.
5
Firmware is automatically upgraded when the device is unplugged from your PC.
When the firmware upgrade is complete, FY600 will be turned OFF automatically.
Customer Support
Caution
● Please be aware if you apply external shock or the battery is low while the player is upgrading the firmware,
it can cause product breakdown or malfunction.
Upgrading Firmware in Macintosh
The files in FY600 will be lost after upgrading firmware.
Note
● To upgrade the firmware, there must be 10MB of free memory space in FY600’s memory.
● Formatting FY600’s memory using Macintosh PC is not recommended. To format FY600, please contact the
customer support center.
● The firmware upgrade files for Macintosh are compressed as Stuffit files. When you unzip the file, a TXT file with
information about the changes and an (Image.dat, Player.rom, and Upgrade.axf) file will be created.
● Causing outer impact on FY600 or lack of battery during firmware upgrade may cause a malfunction.
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Troubleshooting
I cannot turn on the player.
■ If the battery is completely discharged (flat), the player cannot be turned on.
Replace with battery with new one and turn the player on.
I cannot hear any sound or, I can hear noise.
■ Check the sound volume.
■ Your player may be influenced by the neighboring electrical device.
■ If the music file is damaged, noise or sound interruption can occur.
I can see that some memory is used but no saved file is found.
■ Execute the [Format & Config] command using MPIO utility. (See page 63.)
If you run the above command, all files in the product will be removed.
You can check the data file only when the player is connected to the PC.
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I cannot download the file from the PC
■ Connection to the PC using the extension cable or USB hub cannot be guaranteed.
■ Make sure to use the USB cable provided with the product as an accessory when connecting
the player to the PC.
Customer Support
Letters on the LCD look broken.
■ Reset the language to English in the [Setting language] (See page 46). Then, set the file name
using the [Setting display of track information] menu (See page 47).If the problem still cannot
be resolved, contact our customer service center. However, some special fonts/languages may
still look broken.
Letters on the LCD look broken. I can hear noise and cannot set the broadcasting
channel when I listen to the radio.
■ Your player may be influenced by the neighboring electrical device. Secure enough distance.
■ The earphone plays a role of an antenna when listening to the radio. Therefore, reception
sensitivity can be deteriorated if you don’t use an earphone. Of, FM reception may be poor in
some area. Please understand that.
FY600 suddenly stops and something seems wrong.
■ Check the battery. Lack of battery may cause FY600 to stop.
Upgrading the firmware is too hard.
■ Try using the bundled MPIO utility. Mac users can just copy the provided file into FY600.
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Product Specifications
Audio
FM Radio
Languages
Supported OS
Removable Disk
Type
Battery
Battery life
Operating Temperature
27(W) × 68.4(H) × 22.6(D)/mm
23g (excluding a battery)
128×64 Full Graphic LCD
128MB / 256MB / 512MB / 1GB / 2GB
MP3, WMA(WMA, DRM), OGG, ASF
MP3
20Hz ~ 20kHz
93dB
18mW/Channl (Europe : 6mW/Channel)
76 ~ 108MHz
56dB
MP3
English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese(simplified), Chinese(traditional), Spanish, Russian
55 Languages supported
USB 2.0 (High Speed)
Windows 98 / SE / ME / 2000 / XP
Macintosh : Mac OS Version 9.2 or later.
Supported
AAA×1
Approx. 12 hours (When playing back 128kbps MP3 file with volume level 20)
0℃ ~ 40℃
Customer Support
PC Interface
Dimensions
Weight
Display(LCD)
Memory
Decoding
Voice Recording
Frequency Range
S/N ratio
Output Power
Frequency Band
S/N ratio
FM Recording
Menu Languages
Supported Languages (ID 3 Tag Languages )
PC Interface
Memo
Note
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The actual memory available to use may differ from the product’s memory capacity due to the logical file system.
The data transmission speed may differ depending on the user’s PC specifications.
PC connection using USB Hubs or extension cables is not guaranteed.
The contents of this manual can be changed without a prior notice for continuous performance improvement and
additional function supplementation in the future.
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