User’s Manual
FY500
 Copyright
Thank you for purchasing MPIO FY500. FY500 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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Table of Contents
1. Introduction
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2. Before You Use
1. Installing the operating software
2. Connecting FY500 to the computer
3. Installing an USB driver manually
4. Saving music and data file
5. Unplugging FY500 from the PC
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3. Learning Basic Usage
1. Inserting a battery
2. Turning the player on/off
3. Listening to music
① Music playback
② Navigation
4. Recording a voice
5. Switching a mode
(Playback mode ↔FM Radio mode)
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4. Using Advanced Functions
1. Playback mode
① Summary of button usage
② Changing the EQ setting value
③ Setting User EQ menu
④ Setting Live 3D Effect menu
⑤ Setting Repeat menu
⑥ Sector repeat (A↔B)
⑦ Adjusting the sound quality of voice
recording
⑦ -1 Setting Quality menu
⑦ -2 Setting Record Gain menu
⑦ -3 Setting VOR menu
⑦ -4 Setting AGC menu
⑧ Setting Speed Control menu
⑨ Deleting a File(s)
2. FM Radio Mode
① Summary of button usage
② Setting FM Band menu
③ Setting Seek Step menu
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④ Setting Auto Preset menu
⑤ Setting FM Sound menu
3. Menu
① Menu structure
② Setting Display menu
② -1 Setting Visualization menu
② -2 Setting Menu Language menu
② -3 Setting File Info menu
② -4 Setting Playing Time menu
② -5 Setting Scroll Speed menu
② -6 Setting Backlight Time menu
② -7 Setting Contrast menu
② -8 Setting Lyrics menu
③ Setting System menu
③ -1 Setting Resume menu
③ -2 Setting Fade in menu
③ -3 Checking Information
③ -4 Setting Sleep menu
③ -5 Setting Auto Power Off menu
③ -6 Setting Initial Setting menu
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5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
1. Windows PC
① Formatting
② Saving the initial setting value
③ Upgrading the firmware
2. Upgrading the firmware in Macintosh PC
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6. Miscellaneous
1. Product specification
2. Minimum PC specification requirement
3. FAQ
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Table of Contents
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1. Usage Precautions
① Usage environment and product safety
② User’s safety
③ Safe data storage
2. Product features
3. Product composition
4. Name of components and button usage
① Name of components
② How to use a stick
5. Composition of the LCD information
6. Listening to FM Radio
① Changing the channel
② Saving the channel
③ Selecting the saved channel
7. FM recording
8. Using the menu
① Using the menu
② Example
1. Introduction
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Usage Precautions
1 Usage environment and product safety Refrain from using or storing the product at the places listed below.
Be careful not to insert the foreign
object inside the product. (e.g.,
clip, paper, water, beverage, and
so on.)
If the product surface is covered
with the foreign object, clean it
with soft cloth or towel. Do not
use the chemical solution.
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Outdoor in the winter time or place
with low temperature below zero
(Product operational temperature:
0℃ ~40℃ )
Place with humidity or
possibility of flooding.
2 User’s safety
Dusty area
Inside a car or under the
direct sunlight
Place with much vibration
① Traffic safety
- Please refrain from using this product in wearing a headset or earphone while riding on the bicycle,
motorcycle, or car. There is a risk of a car accident. Additionally, it may violate the regional laws and
regulations.
- Reduce the headset or earphone volume when listening to music or FM while you’re walking.
There is a risk of an accident.
② Protecting your hearing capability
- Please refrain from listening to music for a long time. Medical care expertise point out the risk of
impairing your hearing capability if you use the portable audio device for a long time.
3 Safe data storage
Close to the strong magnetic
materials
Be careful not to apply
strong shock.
Do not disassemble, repair,
or modify at your own
discretion.
① MPIO bears no responsibility over data loss or damage that occurs during data transmission between
the product and the computer.
② Make sure to back the important data saved in the product. Data stored in the product can
be lost due to product breakdown, malfunction, or other reasons. (External shock or power
failure). In this case, MPIO bears no responsibility. Please keep in mind this.
③ Hold the plug tightly when inserting/disconnecting the USB socket terminal to/from the PC.
④ Do not apply shock or shake the product while the product is connected to the PC.
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.
1. Introduction
1. Introduction
Place with high temperature
like a heater or heat
generator.
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Product features
※ Digital audio player with a simple design that everybody can use with ease.
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① Supports USB 2.0 high-speed data transmission.
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Product composition
 Basic components
Main unit
Earphone
USB cable
Quick guide
Product warranty
(AAA) Battery
Utility CD
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② Supports USB mass storage
MP3 player can be used as a moveable disc. You can save and use the data conveniently at any time and
place.
③ Supports playback of multiple formats and DRM-applied file
Supports playback of MP3, WMA, 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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④ FM radio function
Besides simple listening to the FM radio, channel saving and automatic preset functions are also provided.
⑤ Supports voice recording and FM recording
Voice and FM can be recorded.
 Additional components (Additional components can differ depending on the sales area.)
Case
Arm band
Neck string
⑥ Supports 7 EQ types and Live 3D Effect
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.
⑦ 16 hour-long continuous playback time
Low power consumption design technology ensures 16 hour long continuous playback with a single alkaline
battery (AAA).
⑧ 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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Actual production composition can be different from the images
shown below, and can be changed without a prior notice.
Please make enquiry about purchasing accessories to MPIO
Service Center.
1. Introduction
1. Introduction
Data can be transferred and used faster and more conveniently using USB 2.0 interface.
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Name of components and button usage
1 Name of components
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Neck string hole
USB terminal
Pressing the button:
Push the stick to the vertical
direction shortly or longer.
Pushing upward: Push the stick upward shortly or longer.
Pushing downward: Push the stick downward shortly or longer.
Pushing to the left: Push the stick to the left shortly or longer.
Pushing to the right: Push the stick to the right shortly or longer.
LCD
Play/Pause
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Composition of the LCD information
Stick (See “How to use a stick.”)
Function button
Recording button
How to use a hold switch(HOLD)
Current track/
All tracks
Live 3D Effect Repeat Sleep
EQ
Hold
Available battery capacity
Folder name
Music information
If you set the hold function, other buttons will
be disabled. (Even though you press other
button, the player will not respond to it.)
Push the HOLD switch to the arrow direction as
shown in the figure to set the hold mode.
Battery terminal
Elapsed time
File format
Bit rate
1. Introduction
1. Introduction
Earphone jack
2 How to use a stick
2. Before You Use
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③ First, select the model name (FY500)
and then, click the [Next] button.
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If you use Windows 98/98SE, you must install the operation software before connecting FY500 to your PC.
① Insert the CD included in the product into the CD-ROM in
your computer. Then, software installation will be started
automatically after a while, as shown in the below figure.
If the installation program does not start automatically,
select the CD-ROM drive in Windows Explorer
and double click the CD-ROM drive.
(See the below figure.)
2. Before You Use
2. Before You Use
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Installing the operating software
The Windows ME/2000/XP OS will recognize FY500 as a moveable disc even though you don’t install any program.
Therefore, you can use FY500 using Windows Explorer once connected to your PC.
Click!!
④ If you click the [Next] button, all selected
(checked) utility programs will be installed in your
PC. You may select the program you want only.
However, the following three programs should be
installed without exception.
* Windows 98 Device Driver (For the
Windows 98/98SE users.)
* MPIO Utility
* Windows Media Player Plugin
Click!!
Click!!
② Click the [Next] button.
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⑤ Click the [Install] button to install the selected
utility programs one by one.
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Connection using the USB cable
① Connect FY500 to the computer USB port using an USB cable as shown in the figure.
- If you detaching the USB driver while installing the USB driver, your PC may malfunction.
② The USB driver will be installed with the message “Unknown device has been found.”
The installation screen may not appear.
Click!!
⑥ Click the [Finish] button to complete installation.
You can see the MPIO Utility icon on your
desktop.
How to install USB driver and check complete installation
Windows 98/ME:
[Control Panel]→[System]→[Device Manager]→[Hard Disk Controller]→
MPIO FY500 USB Device
Windows 2000/XP:
! For more details on the MPIO utility functions,
see [Using MPIO Utility] in page 64.
Click!!
[Control Panel]→[System]→[Hardware]→[Device Manager]→[Disc Drive]
→MPIO FY500 USB Device
! The images shown in the “How to install USB driver and
check complete installation” can be different depending on
user’s PC environment.
! If the USB driver is not installed properly in Windows
98/98SE, see [Installing an USB driver manually] in page
16, and try to install USB driver again.
2. Before You Use
2. Before You Use
Connecting FY500 to the computer
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③ First, insert a provided Utility CD into the
CD-ROM, and click the ‘CD-ROM Driver’
option and then, click the [Next] button.
If FY500 cannot be connected to the PC running Windows 98/98SE
④ When the driver is successfully installed,
the Installation Complete window will appear.
Click the [Finish] button.
Click!!
Click!!
② Click the ‘Search for a suitable driver for the
device (recommended)’ option and click the
[Next] button.
You can check whether the driver is
installed properly using the following menus.
Windows 98/ME:
[Control Panel]→[System]→[Device Manager]→
[Hard Disk Controller]→MPIO FY500 USB Device
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Click!!
The actual screen image can differ, depending on
the user’s PC environment.
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2. Before You Use
① Connect FY500 to the PC using an USB cable.
Then, the ‘Add New Hardware Wizard’ window
will appear. Click the [Next] button.
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Installing an USB driver manually
Saving music and data file
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Illegal download and duplication of the MP3 file is prohibited by law. MPIO will bear any
responsibility at all with regards to the copyright of the MP3 files.
① Press the ▶/■ button longer to turn the player on and connect it to the computer using an
USB cable.
② You can check successful USB connection on the LCD window of the player.
ⓑ Drag and drop: Select the data to save and drag it while holding down the left mouse button.
Then, release the left mouse button (drop) it on the moveable disc.
⑥ Then, the selected data will be saved in a moveable disc.
USB CONNECTED
USB connection screen when
the power is turned on.
USB connection screen when
the power is turned off.
③ Run [Windows Explorer] in your PC.
④ Your PC will recognize FY500 as a moveable
disc. (You can check in My Computer)
(Data is being copied.)
(Dragging and dropping the data on the moveable disc after
selecting the data to save [Drag & Drop])
! The drive letter (D:) shown in the above captured
image can be different from the one displayed on
your PC.
! If you take out the USB cable during file download or
upload, the player may malfunction
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The music file display order in Windows Explorer
when you select a moveable 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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2. Before You Use
2. Before You Use
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⑤ You can save/delete the data or create a folder using the same method with the normal hard disc
in the PC. (Save the data using the method described in the section ⓐ or ⓑ.)
ⓐ Copy and paste: Select the data to save and click the right mouse button. Then, select the
Copy menu and use the Paste menu in the moveable disc.
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It is recommended to comply with the following steps to save unplug FY500 from your
PC. If you fail to comply with these instructions, please be noted that the data
can be lost or the product can be broken down.
④ When the ‘Stop Hardware Device’ window
appears, select the ‘USB Mass Storage
Device’ and click the [OK] button.
For Window 98/98SE PC users
- There is no command for safe removal of FY500 from the PC. Therefore, you should
allow sufficient lead time before removal, so that file and data transmission between
FY500 and PC can be completed.
Click!!
⑤ Unplug FY500 from the PC if it is ‘safely removed’.
① Move the mouse pointer over the ‘Unplug or Eject
Hardware’ icon in the Notification area of the Taskbar
and click the right mouse button.
② Select ‘Unplug or Eject Hardware’ popup
message.
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Click!!
③ When ‘Unplug or Eject Hardware’ window appears, select
the ‘USB Mass Storage Device’ in the Hardware Devices
list and then, click the [Stop] button.
Click!!
Windows 2000- When the ‘Safely removed hardware’ message appears, click the [OK] button and
unplug FY500 from the PC.
Windows XP- When the ‘Safely removed hardware’ message appears, unplug FY500 from the PC.
2. Before You Use
2. Before You Use
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Unplugging FY500 from the PC
3. Learning Basic Usage
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1 Music playback
① Push the battery cover to the arrow direction to open it.
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Do not apply excessive
force to the cover. It can
break down.
② Insert the battery with proper polarity +, –
and close the battery cover.
(1 AAA battery)
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Playback screen
① Pause/Stop pausing
Press the ▶/■ button shortly during playback to pause playback.
To resume playback, press the ▶/■ button shortly again.
① Press the ▶/■ button longer. Then, the player will be turned on with a logo screen. Then,
the file list screen will appear.
File list screen
② Press the ▶/■ button longer to turn the player off.
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Press the ▶/■ button shortly to play back the selected music. Or, press the stick to the
vertical direction to play back the selected music.
File list screen
Turning the player on/off
Logo screen
Listening to music
If there is not key input (or operation) for longer than 3 minutes in the stop mode, the player
will be automatically turned off.
See (Auto Power Off) in page 61.
PAUSE
② Playing back previous/next music
direction during playback to play back the previous
or
Push the stick towards
or next music.
* If you push the stick towards
direction 10 seconds after music file playback,
the music file currently being played back will be started again from the beginning.
* If you push the stick towards
direction before 10 seconds after music file playback,
the music file next to the current one will be played back.
③ Fast Forward (FF)/Rewind (REW)
To start FF or REW, push the stick towards
or
direction during playback.
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3. Learning Basic Usage
3. Learning Basic Usage
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Inserting a battery
④ Controlling the sound volume
direction to volume up or down.
Push the stick towards
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* Push the stick towards
* Push the stick towards
[Volume control during playback] [Volume control while listening to FM]
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The volume can be adjusted between 00 and 40.
2 Navigation
① Music navigation in the pause mode
ⓐ Push the stick shortly to switch to the file list display mode from the pause screen mode.
ⓑ Push the stick towards
direction to move to the intended music file.
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Cursor moves up/down
direction, or to the vertical direction shortly to enter into the folder.
direction to move out from the folder.
Recording a voice
① Press the REC button shortly to start voice recording.
② Press the ▶/■ button shortly to pause recording. Press the ▶/■ button shortly again to
resume recording.
③ Press the REC button shortly to stop voice recording.
Time elapsed after recording
Remaining recording time
PAUSE
Pause screen
Cursor moves up/down
② Music navigation during playback
ⓐ Push the stick shortly to switch from the playback screen to the file list display screen.
ⓑ Push the stick towards
direction to move to the intended music file.
You cannot use the voice recording function during
music file playback.
Press the ▶/■ button shortly to pause music file playback
first, in order to use the voice recording function.
The voice recording file will be saved in the
RECORD folder.
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* Voice recording file will be named sequentially
VOICE001, VOICE002.... , and recorded/saved by
that order with the WAV file format.
* If there is no sufficient memory for voice recording,
voice recording will be automatically stopped.
3. Learning Basic Usage
3. Learning Basic Usage
Playback screen
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FM Radio mode)
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Listening to FM Radio
Press the FUNC button longer in the pause or stop mode.
The “FM Radio Mode” message will be displayed for a while and the
FM radio mode will be engaged.
Switching from playback mode to FM radio mode
① Press the FUNC button longer in the pause or stop mode.
② The “FM Radio Mode” message will be displayed for a while
and the FM radio mode will be engaged.
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1 Changing the channel (Scan mode)
Select the receiving channel you prefer by pushing the stick towards
while listening to the FM radio.
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When playback is stopped
or
direction,
Channel movement unit will be set by the value setting in the
[FM Radio] / [Seek Step] menu.
Scan mode
Mode change screen
FM radio mode
When playing back or paused.
Auto Scan function (Searches for the broadcasting channel automatically)
direction. Then, the player will automatically scan the channel that provides the
or
Push the stick towards
broadcasting service.
2 Saving the channel
Switching from FM radio mode to playback mode
You can save the frequency you’re listening in the channel.
① Press the FUNC button longer while listening to the FM radio.
② The “Playback Mode” message will be displayed for a while
and the playback mode will be engaged.
① Press the stick while listening to the station. Then, [Save channel] screen will appear.
② Push the stick towards
direction to select the intended channel number. Then, push the stick
direction to save the frequency in a channel. Or, press the stick shortly to save the
towards
channel.
Save channel
When listening to FM
Mode change screen
Playback mode
(Music list screen)
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FM channel cannot be deleted.
When listening to FM
[Save Channel] screen
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3. Learning Basic Usage
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Switching a mode (Playback mode
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Changing the frequency saved in a channel.
① Select the channel containing the frequency, and push the stick towards
direction.
② When the “OVERWRITE?” message appears, push the stick towards
direction and
select “YES”.
Save channel
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Press the FUNC button shortly to switch the reception mode (Channel
Channel mode icon
Order of currently saved
channel/Number of total
channels
Frequency of the currently selected channel
Frequency of the next channel
[SCAN MODE]
* You can record the FM radio broadcasting you’re currently listening to.
Scan).
Mono or stereo
Currently selected
frequency
Icon appears for the
saved frequency
FM recording
① Press the REC button to start FM recording.
3 Selecting the saved channel
Number of saved channels
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Save channel
③ Push the stick towards
direction and execute overwriting. Or, you can press
the stick shortly to start overwriting.
Scan mode icon
NO CHANNEL!!
If no channel was saved, the ‘NO CHANNEL!!’
message will appear and the Scan mode will be
maintained.
3. Learning Basic Usage
3. Learning Basic Usage
Save channel
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[CHANNEL MODE]
* Navigate through the saved channel by pushing the channel towards
direction.
or
or
* If you push the stick towards
direction and hold the stick, the saved channel will
be searched quickly.
* SCAN mode ( ◀ SCAN ▶ )
or
Press the stick towards
direction to change the receiving frequency.
* CHANNEL mode (|◀CH ▶|)
or
Press the stick towards
direction to move to the saved channel only.
FM recording screen
Screen displayed when listening to FM
② Press the ▶/■ button shortly to pause recording.
Press the ▶/■ button to resume recording.
③ Press the REC button to stop recording.
The FM recording file will be saved in the
RECORD folder.
! * The voice recording file will be recorded/saved
by the order of FMRADIO001, FMRADIO002...,
and recorded/saved by that order with the WAV
file format.
* If there is no sufficient memory for the recording file, recording will be automatically stopped
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Example 1. Changing the setting value in the [ID 3 Tag Language] menu
① Entering into the menu: Push a stick longer to the vertical direction.
* Press the stick longer vertically to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
② Selecting [Display] menu: Push a stick towards
direction select the [Display] menu.
③ Entering into the [Display] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or,
push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Entering into the menu screen
1 Using the menu
Setting
Selecting a menu
Entering into the menu
Changing the setting value
Saving the modified
setting value
Moving back to the upper menu
Canceling menu change
Main Menu
Display
System
Stick lever operation
Push a stick towards
direction to select a menu.
direction to enter into the menu.
Push a stick towards
or, push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Push a stick towards
direction to change the setting value.
④ Selecting the [ID 3 Tag Language] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to select the
[ID 3 Tag Language] menu.
⑤ Entering into the [ID 3 Tag Language] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
⑥ Changing the setting value in the [ID 3 Tag Language] menu: Press the stick towards
direction to select the alphabet of the target language, and enter into the language list by moving
direction to select the target
direction. Press the stick towards
the 5 direction lever to the
language.
Display
Visualization
Menu Language
ID3 Tag Language
direction.
Push a stick towards
or, push a stick to the vertical direction to save the setting value.
Push a stick towards
Push a stick towards
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direction.
direction.
Use this function to exit from the menu without saving the modified setting value.
Display
Visualization
Menu Language
ID3 Tag Language
Selecting ID3 tag display language
ID3 Tag Language
D
E
F
Entering into the ID3 tag display language menu
ID3 Tag Language
J
K
L
Selecting Korean language
⑦ Saving the modified setting value: Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting value.
Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous
menu after saving the setting value.
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Push a stick towards
direction to exit from the menu without saving the modified setting value.
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2 Example
Using the menu
4. Using Advanced Functions
Example 2. Changing the setting value in [Auto Play] menu
① Entering into the menu: Push a stick longer to the vertical direction.
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② Selecting [System] menu: Push a stick towards
direction select the [System] menu.
③ Entering into the [System] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or,
push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Selecting the [Auto Play] menu: Check the cursor on the [Auto Play] menu.
⑤ Entering into the [Auto Play] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to enter into the menu.
Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
⑥ Changing the setting value in the [Auto Play] menu: Push a stick towards
direction to
modify the setting value.
⑦ Saving the modified setting value: Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting value.
Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous
menu after saving the setting value.
Auto Play
Off
On
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direction to exit from the menu without saving
Push a stick towards
the modified setting value.
Playback mode
1 Summary of button usage
BUTTON
Operation
: Press the button shortly.
●▶
●●●▶: Press the button longer than 1 second.
Navigation during
Playback
Stop Mode
Playback Mode
Pause Mode
Playback
Pause
Playback
Play back the selected file
Power off
Power off
Power off
Power off
Delete the selected file Change EQ setting value
Change EQ setting value
Switch to FM mode
Switch to FM mode
Switch to FM mode
Voice recording
Set Repeat
Voice recording
Exit from navigation mode
Move cursor up
Volume up
Volume up
Move cursor up
Move cursor up fast
Volume up fast
Volume up fast
Move cursor up fast
Move cursor down
Volume down
Volume down
Move cursor down
Volume down fast
Volume down fast
Move cursor down fast
Move cursor down fast
Enter into folder
Enter into navigation Enter into stop mode
mode during playback
Enter into folder
Playback if file is selected.
Enter into menu
Enter into menu
Enter into menu
Enter into menu
Enter into folder
Move to next file
Move to next file
Enter into folder
FF
FF
Exit from folder
Move to previous file Move to previous file
REW
REW
Exit from folder
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Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
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2 Changing the EQ setting value (EQ)
Method 1 (Using FUNC button)
① Press the FUNC button during playback to activate EQ icon on the LCD.
② Press the FUNC button again to change the EQ icon. Whenever you press the FUNC
button, the EQ icon will be changed by the following order.
N(Normal) → P(Pop) → R(Rock) → J(Jazz) → C(Classic) → V(Vocal)
Method 2 (Using EQ menu)
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
3 Setting User EQ menu
*You can define your own EQ effect by adjusting the setting values in each frequency range,
instead of the pre-defined EQ setting values.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Check the cursor in the [Audio] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Check the cursor in the [Audio] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
EQ
Normal
Pop
Rock
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
③ Push a stick towards
direction
direction to select [User EQ] menu, and push it again towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
User EQ
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③ Check the cursor in the [EQ] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended EQ item.
④ Push a stick towards
to set the setting value for the first frequency range.
Adjusting the setting value for each frequency range.
direction to adjust the setting values.
: Push a stick towards
User EQ
User EQ
⑤ Push a stick towards
to move the cursor to the second frequency range. Then, push a
to set the setting value for the second frequency range. Use the same
stick towards
method to adjust the setting values for the remaining frequency ranges.
Movement between frequency ranges in the User EQ menu
direction.
or
: Push a stick towards
User EQ
User EQ
⑥ When the setting values for each frequency range is adjusted, push a stick towards
direction and move to OK icon to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after
saving the setting value.
!
Canceling User EQ settings
direction and move to the EXIT icon to cancel user-defined EQ setting.
Push a stick towards
* You can enjoy music with new feeling if you apply the 3D sound effect during file playback.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Check the cursor in the [Audio] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Live 3D Effect] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the
menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the sound effect.
Audio
EQ
User EQ
Live 3D Effect
Live 3D Effect
Dynamic Bass
Off Q 설정
3D 음향 효과
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
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4 Setting Live 3D Effect menu
6 Sector repeat (A ↔ B)
5 Setting Repeat menu
* You can adjust the playback order of the saved music files
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Check the cursor in the [Audio] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or,
push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Repeat] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the
menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the playback order.
(Normal Directory Normal Repeat One Directory Repeat Repeat All Random
Directory Random)
Audio
Repeat
3D 음향 효과
Repeat
Normal
Directory Normal
Repeat One
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
* You can set the specific sector during file playback (A↔B) and make it to be repeated.
① Press the REC button shortly during playback to set the starting point (A) of repetitive playback.
② Press the REC button again to set the ending point (B) of repetitive playback.
A↔B Repeat icon display
A↔B Repeat setting time display
* Pause/Stop pausing during sector repetition.
Press the ▶/■ button during sector repetition to pause playback.
Press the ▶/■ button again to resume repetitive playback.
* Releasing repetitive playback
Press the REC button while sector repetition is set in order to release the sector
repetition setting.
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7 Adjusting the sound quality of voice recording
* This section describes the menu settings that affect sound quality and function of voice recording.
7-1) Setting Quality menu
: In this menu, you can adjust the sound quality for voice recording and FM recording.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select [Recording] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction
direction to select [Quality] menu, and push it again towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended recording sound quality.
Quality
Low
Highin
Recording
Quality
Record Gain
VOR
Sample rate
Bit rate
LOW
11.025kHz
45kbps
HIGH
22.05kHz
89kbps
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Record Gain] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the amplification degree of the voice signal and FM
radio signal.
Recording
Quality
Record Gain
VOR
Record Gain
Low
Middle
High
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
7-3) Setting VOR menu
: The Voice Operation Recording (VOR) function continues recording only when the recording
signal is detected, and stops temporarily if no recording sound is detected. When the VOR
function is engaged, you can select the base value of the signal size so that recording can be
decided depending on the recording signal size transferred by the internal microphone.
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7-2) Setting Record Gain menu
: Adjusts voice and FM signal amplification.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select [Recording] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction
direction to select [VOR] menu, and push it again towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the base signal size that will decide recording.
Recording
Quality
Record Gain
VOR
Off
VOR
Off
Library
Office
VOR function is disabled.
Library
Recording will be initiated by the small sound signal.
Office
Recording will be initiated by the middle sound signal.
Park
Recording will be initiated by the large sound signal.
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
7-4) Setting AGC menu
: The Automatic Gain Control (AGC) function amplifies the small sound signal and reduces the
large sound signal down to the proper value, depending on the recording sound signal size that is
transferred through the internal microphone.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu
② Push a stick towards
direction to select [Recording] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction
direction to select [AGC] menu, and push it again towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to decide whether the AGC function will be used or not.
Recording
AGC
AGC
Off
On
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
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① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select [Recording] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
8 Setting Speed Control menu
This function is applicable for the MP3 file having
lower than 22.05KHz sampling rate.
* You can adjust speed of the file playback, which can be useful for foreign language study.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction
to select [System] menu, and push it again towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
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You cannot delete a music file during playback.
To delete a music file, stop music playback first.
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① If the music file is being played back, press the ▶/■ button to pause it.
PAUSE
Pause screen
Playback screen
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Speed control] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended speed. The playback speed can be
adjusted by 9 steps.
System
Initial setting
Speed control
9 Deleting a File(s)
Speed control
100%
Slow
Default
value
Fast
50%, 63%, 75%, 88%
100%
125%, 150%, 175%, 200%
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
② Push a stick shortly in the pause mode to enter into the stop mode.
Stop screen
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select the file to delete, and press the FUNC button.
④ When the [Delete File] message appears, push a stick towards
direction and select YES.
direction to delete the selected file. Or, you can delete the file by pushing a
Then push a stick
stick shortly.
DELETE FILE
ARE YOU SURE?
NO
YES
Delete File window
DELETE FILE
ARE YOU SURE?
NO
YES
Select [Yes] – deletes a file.
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FM Radio Mode
1 Summary of button
Button
Operation
: Press the button shortly.
●▶
●●●▶: Press the button longer than 1 second.
Scan Mode
Power off
Channel Mode
In this menu, you can set the FM frequency range to receive.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [FM Radio] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Power off
Switch to channel mode
Switch to scan mode
Switch to playback mode
Switch to playback mode
FM recording
FM recording
Volume up
Volume up
Volume up fast
Volume up fast
Volume down
Volume down
Volume down fast
Volume down fast
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [FM Band] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the
menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended reception frequency range.
FM Radio
Save channel
FM Band
Sound
FM Band
US/EU/KR/CN
Worldwide
Japan
The frequency range for each option is as follows.
Save frequency
Enter into menu
Enter into menu
Move to next frequency
Move to next channel
Automatic seeking for the frequency that can
be received
Move to next channel fast
Move to previous frequency
Move to previous channel
Automatic seeking for the frequency that can
be received
Move to previous channel fast
US/EU/KR/CN
87.5MHz ~ 108MHz
World Wide
76MHz ~ 108MHz
Japan
76MHz ~ 92MHz
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the selected value. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
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2 Setting FM Band menu
3 Setting Seek Step menu
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
In this menu, you can set the frequency seek step when searching for the frequency range, using a stick.
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Seek Step] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the
menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended frequency movement unit.
FM Radio
Auto Preset
Seek Step
Seek Step
50kHZ
100kHz
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
4 Setting Auto Preset menu
When this function is engaged, the play automatically deletes the saved channel and saves the frequency
that can be automatically received in a channel. You can save up to 20 frequencies in the channel.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [FM Radio] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Auto Preset] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select whether automatic channel saving will be used or not.
FM Radio
Auto Preset
Seek Step
Auto Preset
No
Yes
⑤ Press the stick towards
direction or shortly press the stick vertically to save the setting
value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
5 Setting FM Sound menu
In this menu, you can select the sound for the FM radio that you’re currently listening to.
① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [FM Radio] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select [Sound] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
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① Push a stick longer to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [FM Radio] menu, and push it again towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
FM Radio
Save channel
FM Band
Sound
Sound
Stereo
Mono
2-1) Setting Visualization menu
: Using this menu, you can set the configuration of the information displayed at the bottom of the LCD.
⑤ Push a stick towards
direction to save the setting values. Or, push a stick shortly to the
vertical direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the
setting value.
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① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
Menu
1 Menu structure
MainMenu
Audio
FM Radio
Recording
Display
System
Auto Play
EQ
Save channel
Quality
Visualization
User EQ
FM Band
Record Gain
Menu Language
Live 3D Effect
Sound
VOR
ID3 Tag Language
Repeat
Auto Preset
AGC
Seek Step
(See page 32)
Resume
(See page 31)
Fade In
File Info
Information
Playing Time
Sleep
Scroll Speed
Auto Power Off
Backlight Time
Initial setting
Contrast
Speed control
Lyrics
(See page 44)
③ Check the cursor in the [Visualization] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the intended visualization effect, and push it towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the
setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
Visualization
Menu Language
ID3 Tag Language
File property display
Visualization
Status
File info
Progress bar display
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direction to select the intended FM sound.
④ Push a stick towards
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
③ Check the cursor in the [Menu Language] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter
into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the language, and push it shortly to the vertical
direction to save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
Visualization
Menu Language
ID3 Tag Language
Menu Language
English
KoreanI
Simple Chinese
2-3) Setting File Info menu
: You can select the information on the music file that will be displayed on the LCD.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
③ Check the cursor in the [File Info] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the method of music file information display, and push
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to
it towards
save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
File Info
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
File Info
Tag Info
File info
2-4) Setting Playing Time menu
: You can select the method of playing time display on the LCD.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
③ Check the cursor in the [Playing Time] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
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2-2) Setting Menu Language menu
: You can select the language to display the menu – English, Korean, Japanese, Simplified
Chinese, or Traditional Chinese.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
direction
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
Display
File Info
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
Playing Time
Running time
Remaining time
2-6) Setting Backlight Time menu
: You can adjust the LCD backlight time.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
2-5) Setting Scroll Speed menu
: You can adjust the scrolling speed of the music file information on the LCD.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Scroll Speed] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the speed of the text flow, and push it towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the
setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
File Info
Playing Time
Scroll Speed
Scroll Speed
③ Check the cursor in the [Backlight Time] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the LCD backlight time, and push it towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting
value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
Backlight Time
Contrast
Lyrics
Backlight Time
2-7) Setting Contrast menu
: You can adjust the LCD contrast.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
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④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the method of playing time display, and push it
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to
towards
save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
③ Check the cursor in the [Contrast] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
direction
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the LCD contrast, and push it towards
to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value.
Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
Display
Backlight Time
Contrast
Lyrics
Contrast
Level3
2-8) Setting Lyrics menu
: It may not be supported, depending on the area.
You can decide whether the lyric will be displayed on the LCD for the MP3 file containing the lyric
information.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Display] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
Main Menu
Display
Sysytemo
Display
Backlight Time
Contrast
Lyrics
Lyrics
On
Off
3 Setting System menu
3-1) Setting Resume menu
: You can decide whether playback will be started from the beginning or resumed from the point
where the file was played back last, when the player is turned on.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
③ Check the cursor in the [Resume] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
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③ Check the cursor in the [Lyrics] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Check the cursor in the
direction to select whether the lyric will be displayed or not, and push
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to
it towards
save the setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
④ Push a stick towards
direction
direction to set the resuming function, and push it towards
to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value.
Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
Resume
Off
On
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
3-2) Setting Fade in menu
: Using this function, you can make the introduction part of music to be increased steadily, so
that the neighboring persons are not surprised by the loud sound.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
③ Check the cursor in the [Fade In] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the
menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
direction
④ Push a stick towards
direction to set the fade in function, and push it towards
to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value.
Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
System
Auto Play
Resume
Fade In
Fade In
Off
On
③ Push a stick towards
direction to select the [Information] menu, and push it towards
direction to check the information on the player. Or, push a stick to the vertical direction to check
the player information.
System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
Information
3-4) Setting Sleep menu
: You can set the time period that the player is automatically turned off, if the certain period of
time elapse after listening to music or FM.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
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3-3) Checking Information
: In this menu, you can display various player information such as firmware version, memory
size in use, and total memory size.
Main Menu
Display
System
③ Check the cursor in the [Sleep] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into the menu.
Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
direction to
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the sleep time, and push it towards
save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting value.
Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
Sleep
3-5) Setting Auto Power Off menu
: Once this function is selected, the player will be automatically turned off if it is not used for a
certain period of time in the pause mode.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into
the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
System
Information
Sleep
Auto Power Off
Auto Power Off
3-6) Setting Initial Setting menu
: Once this function is engaged, all user-defined menu setting values will be cleared and the
default menu setting values will be restored.
① Push a stick to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
② Push a stick towards
direction to select the [System] menu. Then, push it towards
direction to enter into the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter
into the menu.
Main Menu
Display
System
③ Check the cursor in the [Initial Setting] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
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4. Using Advanced Functions (Menu)
4. Using Advanced Functions (Menu)
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③ Check the cursor in the [Auto Power Off] menu and push a stick towards
direction to enter into
the menu. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to enter into the menu.
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select automatic power-off time, and push it towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the setting
value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
④ Push a stick towards
direction to select the initialization status, and push it towards
direction to save the setting value. Or, push a stick shortly to the vertical direction to save the
setting value. Returns to the previous menu after saving the setting value.
System
Initial setting
Speed control
놀람 방지 설정
Initial setting
No
Yes
Windows PC
2 Formatting
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Method 1 (Using MPIO utility)
① Turn the player on and connect it to the PC using an USB cable.
② Double click the “MPIO Utility” icon on the desktop.
④ Click the [OK] button.
③ Click the [Format & Config] button.
Click!!
Click!!
⑤ Click the [Start] button.
⑥ Click the [OK] button.
Click!!
Click!!
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4. Using Advanced Functions (Menu)
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1
⑦ If formatting is complete, click the [OK]
button.
⑧ Click the [Close] button.
Method 2 (Using Windows Format command)
* It is recommended to use the MPIO utility to format the player memory.
5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
Click!!
Click!!
① Select the moveable disc and click the right mouse button. Then, select the Format menu.
② Click the [Start] button.
⑨ If you click the [OK] button,
Format & Config (formatting and
initialization) will be complete.
Unplug the player from the PC.
Click!!
Click!!
! * The captured images used in “Using MPIO utility” section can be different, depending on the user’s
PC environment.
* MPIO utility does not support the MAC OS.
* To see how to install MPIO utility, refer to [Installing the operating software] in page 12.
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* If the player memory is formatted, all current menu settings will be initialized.
* Be noted that the player memory cannot be restored again, if formatted.
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5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
* If you have to format the player memory using the Windows “Format” command, select the file format type
as FAT (FAT16). To use the player normally after formatting, you should restore the default values using
MPIO utility. For more details, see [Setup Config] in page 67.
* The captured images shown in the “Using Windows Format command” can differ, depending on the user’s
PC environment.
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3 Upgrading the firmware
2 Saving the initial setting value
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① Turn the player on and connect it to the PC using an USB cable.
② Double click the “MPIO Utility” icon on the desktop.
④ Click the [OK] button.
③ Click the [Setup Config] button.
Click!!
⑤ Click the [OK] button to complete Setup
Config (Restores the default settings).
Unplug the player from the PC.
Click!!
* To see how to install MPIO utility, refer to [Installing the operating software] in page 12.
① Download the latest firmware from the MPIO web site, and uncompress and save it in the PC.
(www.mpio.com)
② Turn the player on and connect it to the PC using an USB cable.
③ Double click the “MPIO Utility” icon on the desktop.
⑤ Click the [OK] button.
④ Click the [F/W Upgrade] button.
Click!!
Click!!
⑥ Select the ‘Upgrade.FY500.dwu’ file from the [Browse File] window and click the [Open]
button.
The firmware upgrade file is
compressed (zip file), which is provided
by the MPIO homepage. When you
uncompress the file, the revision details
(.txt) and Upgrade.FY500.dwu file can
be found.
Click!!
Click!!
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5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
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* If the player memory is formatted using Windows Format command (FAT or FAT16), the default
setting values of the player should be restored using the Setup Config function of MPIO utility.
* To see how to install MPIO utility, refer to [Installing the operating software] in page 12.
⑦ Click the [OK] button.
2
Upgrading the firmware in Macintosh PC
It is not recommended to format FY500 memory in Macintosh PC. If you use the Macintosh PC
and want to format the memory, contact our service center.
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At least 10MB free memory space in FY500 is required for firmware upgrade.
⑧ If you unplug the player from the PC, the play will automatically start firmware upgrade.
You can check firmware upgrade status on the LCD as shown below.
① Download the latest firmware for Macintosh from the MPIO web site, and uncompress and
save it in the PC. (www.mpio.com)
The firmware upgrade file for Macintosh is compressed by Stuffit. When you uncompress the file, the revision
details (.txt) and the firmware upgrade file (Image.dat, Player.rom, and Upgrade.axf) can be found.
② Turn the player on and connect it to the PC using an USB cable.
③ Save the firmware upgrade file (Image.dat, Player.rom, and Upgrade.axf) in FY500.
④ Unplug FY500 from the PC.
⑤ If you unplug the player from the PC, the play will automatically start firmware upgrade. You
can check firmware upgrade status on the LCD as shown below.
Once firmware upgrade is complete, the player will be automatically turned off.
!
If you apply external shock or the battery is low while the player is upgrading the
firmware, it can cause product breakdown or malfunction. Please keep in mind this.
Once firmware upgrade is complete, the player will be automatically turned off.
!
If you apply external shock or the battery is low while the player is upgrading the
firmware, it can cause product breakdown or malfunction. Please keep in mind this.
5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
5. Formatting FY500 & Firmware Upgrade
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Click!!
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6. Miscellaneous
1
Product specification
Dimensions
Weight
70
FM Radio
Language
Battery
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128×64 Full Graphic LCD
Memory
128MB / 256MB / 512MB / 1GB
MP3, WMA(WMA DRM), ASF
ADPCM (Mono)
Frequency Range
20Hz ~ 20kHz
S/N ratio
95dB
Output Power
15mW/Channl(EU: 6mW/Channel)
Frequency Band
76 ~ 108MHz
S/N ratio
45dB
FM recording
ADPCM (Mono)
Menu language
English, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese
ID3 tag language
55 languages
PC Interface
USB 2.0 (High Speed)
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PC
Interface
32g
Decoding
Voice recording
Audio
26(W) × 67(H) × 20(D)/mm
Supported OS
Windows 98 / SE / ME / 2000 / XP
Mac OS version 9.2 or later
Mass Storage Class
Supported
Type
AAA×1
Battery life
Up to 14 hours (based on 128kbps MP3 file)
Operating temperature
0℃ ~ 40℃
* The memory capacity that can be actually used can be reduced by the logical file system, regardless of
the product’s memory capacity.
* The total playback time can differ, depending on the usage method and menu setting.
* Data transmission speed can differ, depending on the user’s PC specification.
* Connection to the PC using the extension code like an USB hub cannot be guaranteed.
Minimum PC specification requirement
① Windows
- Main board: USB Interface 2.0 should be supported, and mounted with standard devices
and CD-ROM drive
- CPU: Pentium 133MHz or faster.
- Memory: 64MB or more
- Free HDD space: 20MB or more
- Supported OS: Windows 98/98SE/ME/2000/XP
② Macintosh
- Main board: USB Interface 2.0 should be supported, and mounted with standard devices
and CD-ROM drive
EX) Power Mac G3(Blue&White) / G4 / G4 Cube, iMac / iBook, Powerbook,
Powerbook G4
- Free HDD space: 20MB or more
- Supported OS: Mac OS version 9.2 or later.
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Connection to the PC using the extension cable or USB hub cannot be guaranteed.
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6. Miscellaneous
6.Miscellaneous
Display (LCD)
2
FAQ
3
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Check the following items first if you think the product is malfunctioning.
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.
Letters on the LCD look broken.
Set the language to English in the [ID3 Tag Language] menu (See page 31) first. Then,
set the file name using the [Display]→[File info] menu (See page 53).
If the problem still cannot be resolved, contact our customer service center.
However, some special fonts/languages may still look broken.
I can see that some memory is used but no saved file is found.
Execute the [Format & Config] command using MPIO utility. (See page 64.)
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.
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.
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.
6. Miscellaneous
6.Miscellaneous
I cannot turn on the player.
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Letters on the LCD look broken. I can hear noise and cannot set the broadcasting
channel when I listen to the radio.