Samsung MCD-SM55 Instruction manual

Portable MP3-CD
Player
MCD-SM55
Instruction Manual
AH68-01007B
Main Features
SBS function
The SBS function produces rich,
deep bass tones for a more powerful
overall sound.
Random function
The Random function allows you to
play tracks in random order.
Album function
The Album function allows easy
browsing and searching of your
favorite tunes by album name, song
title and artist.
ESP function
The ESP function ensures high
resistance to shock or vibration so
that the sound signal remains
undisturbed ( up to 120 seconds for
MP3 and 45 seconds for a CD).
MP3 means MPEG1 Layer 3, the global standard for audio signal compression
technology. It uses digital compression technology to compress original sound data by up
to 12 times without sound quality degradation.
File Compatibility
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The unit will playback files created in MP3 format (Mpeg1.Layer 3) with *.mp3 as their
extension.
Files created in MP2 format (Mpeg1.Layer2) with *.mp2 as their extension can also be
played back.
How many MP3 files can a CD-R or CD-RW disc record?
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Safety Warning
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Buttons and Controls
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Preparation before using your unit
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How to Connect
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Using the rechargeable battery (not supplied)
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Using standard batteries
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Last Memory function
The Last Memory function allows you
to listen to a song part way through,
and then resume listening again at the
point just before where you left off handy for when you have to answer
the phone or door.
What is MP3?
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Contents
The maximum capacity of one CD-R or CD-RW disc is 680MB.
Normally, one MP3 file has a capacity of 4MB, therefore approximately 170 files can
be recorded on a single disc.
CD Playback
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MP3-CD Playback
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Skip/Search function
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Mode function
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SBS/Last Memory function
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ESP/Album function
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+10 button
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Program function
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To confirm the program
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To change the program
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To cancel the program mode
Features
Maintaining and looking after your unit
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Troubleshooting Guide
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Specification
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Safety Warning
Take care not to allow dust
or other contaminants to
come into contact with
your CD player.
Do not apply heavy
pressure to the main
unit or remote control
unit.
Do not leave your CD
player in direct sunlight
or near a heat source.
Earphones
Road safety
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Do not put anything other
than a CD (CD-R or CD-RW)
inside your CD player.
● Such actions will
damage your CD player.
Do not use broken or
scratched MP3 CDs.
Do not use your CD
player on uneven or
unstable surfaces.
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Your CD player may not
operate properly in this
case.
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Do not use the earphones while riding a bicycle, driving any kind of motor
vehicle or motorcycle.
This is very dangerous and is illegal in certain regions.
It is dangerous to wear earphones at high volume while crossing roads.
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Do not wear the earphones with the volume set too high.
Doctors state that listening to music at high volume for prolonged periods is
harmful to hearing.
If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or stop listening.
Warning : Please do not use earphones of other companies besides those of
this company.
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Environmental information
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Do not touch the lens
with your finger or
scratch it.
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Do not place your CD
player in a dusty or
humid location.
Your CD player may not
operate properly in this
case.
Do not attempt to take
apart, repair or modify
your CD player.
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Such actions will
damage your CD player.
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All redundant packing material has been omitted,
We have done our utmost to make the packaging easily separable into
three materials: cardboard(box), polystyrene foam(buffer) and
polyethylene(bags, protective foam sheet).
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Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if disassembled by a
specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the
disposal of packing materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.
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Buttons and Controls
Main Unit
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1.
Power Input Jack (Refer to page 9)
8.
Open switch
2.
ESP/ALBUM button
9.
Skip/Search buttons
3.
STOP button
10.
4.
+10 button (Refer to page 17)
button
11. Program
(Refer to pages 19, 20)
5.
Play/Pause button
12. (Refer to page 9)
6.
Last Memory/SBS button
13. Line Out output jack
7.
Mode button (Refer to page 15)
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(Refer to pages 17, 18)
(Refer to page 14)
Volume
Earphone Connection jack
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Volume
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Accessories
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Remote Control
Earphone
AC Adaptor
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Buttons and Controls
Display
Remote Control (RM-SM75)
The picture of the display panel below is based on MP3-CD playback.
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4
5
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PROGRAM
3
ALL
RANDOM
ALBUM
ESP
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12
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REP 1
SBS
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1.
HOLD switch (see page 14)
5.
Volume
2.
Stop button
6.
Mode button (see page 15)
3.
Play/Pause button
4.
Skip/Search(
(see page 14)
/
) button
7.
+10/Album button (see page 17)
8.
Earphone jack (see page 9)
1.
PROGRAM indicator
7.
Playtime indicator
2.
SBS Indicator
8.
Album Name indicator
3.
RANDOM indicator
9.
Title (track title & artist) indicator
4.
REPEAT indicator
5.
ESP Indicator
11. Track Number indicator
6.
Remaining Battery Power indicator
12. Album Number indicator
10. Anti-S.T (Anti-shock Time)
Buffer Level meter
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Preparation before using your unit
How to Connect
Using the rechargeable battery (not supplied)
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1
Connect the AC adaptor to the power
input jack. Then, connect the AC
plug of the adaptor to the AC outlet.
Strip the sheath covering the terminals
of the rechargeable battery before
charging it.
•As shown in the illustration, with a knife carefully
strip the sheath of the negative (-) terminal by 6 mm.
• Only use the AC adaptor supplied
with your product.
When you are not using this product,
disconnect the AC adaptor from the AC outlet.
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6mm
Sheath to be stripped
If the sheath is not stripped, charging will
not function.
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Connect the earphone to the
remote control.
Insert the battery into the battery
compartment.
• Insert the battery into the battery
compartment.
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plug to the main unit.
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• Reduce the volume on the
earphone control while increasing
the volume on the main unit.
Connection to External Device (if necessary)
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* Your CD Player may be connected to the AUX IN jack of an external device.
1. Reduce the volume of the external device.
2. Connect the Line Out jack to the Input jack of the device.
• An external device connection cable (not supplied) may be available. Contact the nearest
Samsung Electronics Customer Services.
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Connect the AC adaptor to the
AC outlet and power input jack.
•Charging of the rechargeable batteries
will commence.
Note
• Time taken to fully charge the battery : 10 hours
• Battery life of fully charged battery
MP3-CD : 10 hours 30 minutes max.
CD : 12 hours max.
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Preparation before using your unit
Using standard batteries
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2
CD Playback
1
Open the cover of the battery
compartment.
Slide the OPEN button to
open the door. Insert a
CD.
Open
•Push the door to close it.
2
Carefully check the correct
orientation of the positive and
negative terminals of the batteries.
Press the Play/Pause
(
) button.
•Once the CD is recognized,
playback commences.
Track Number Indicator Playtime Indicator
•Use two AA type 1.5 V batteries.
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Use two AA alkaline batteries. Manganese
batteries have a shorter battery life.
Battery Life (Using alkaline batteries)
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To stop playback, press
the Stop ( ) button.
•Press Stop (
) button
again to switch off the unit.
• MP3-CD : 13 hours max.
• CD (When ESP is Off) : 16 hours max.
CD (When ESP is On) : 14 hours 30 minutes max.
Time for Battery Replacement
•Replace the batteries if the remaining battery power indicator “
” flashes.
•Even though the remaining battery power indicator “
” may be flashing, if the
batteries have already expired, the LCD remote control will not be lit.
•Should “
” flash, the player will automatically turn off the CD ESP ON mode to
conserve battery power consumption.
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Warning
•Do not mix old and new batteries.
•Remove the batteries if they will not be used for a long time.
•Remove the standard batteries when you use an AC adapter.
To temporarily pause playback
Press the Play/Pause (
) button.
•Playback will be temporarily suspended.
•Press the Play/Pause (
) button again to resume
playback.
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MP3-CD Playback
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Skip/Search function
Skip
Slide the OPEN button to
open the door, and insert
an MP3-CD.
Press and release the
during playback of a CD.
Open
•Push the door to close it.
2
button
Main Unit
•Press the
button to play the next track.
Press the
button to go back to the beginning
of the current track. (Briefly press the
button
twice to repeat the previous track).
Press the Play/Pause
(
) button.
•The inserted MP3-CD will be
scanned for about 30~90
seconds. Playback will then
commence.
Your CD Player will take a few
moments to scan through all
the tracks recorded on a
particular MP3 CD.
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or
Track Number indicator
Playtime
indicator
Album
Number
indicator
•Press the
button while the unit is in “Stop”
(no playback) mode. Track 2 will be played back.
Press the
button to play back the previous song.
Remote Control
Album Name indicator
Anti-S.T (Anti-Shock
Time) Buffer Level
indicator
Title (track title and
artist) display
To stop playback, press
the Stop (
) button.
•Press Stop (
) button
again to switch off the unit.
Search
Press and hold the
or
during playback of a CD.
button
•Press and hold the
or
button.
The CD will playback in fast forward or fast reverse
mode.
•Release the button to return to normal playback mode.
Hold function
Note
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•When the OPEN switch is slid to open the door, playback will stop.
•Any other button pressed during CD playback will not function.
(On the display, the “HOLD” indicator will flash.)
•Use the HOLD function when carrying your CD Player around with you.
Use of this function will allow you to conserve battery life as it prevents the
CD Player from being turned on unintentionally if a button is pressed.
•The remote control will still operate while the Hold function on the main unit is active.
•The main unit will still operate while the Hold function on the remote control is active.
HOLD
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Mode function
SBS/Last Memory function
Briefly press the Mode button to activate the Repeat function or hold it
down for longer to activate the Random function.
Briefly press the Last Memory/SBS button to activate the SBS function
or hold it longer to activate the Last Memory function.
SBS (Super Bass Sound) function
Repeat function
Press the Mode button.
Mode
•Each time the button is pressed,
REP1, REP ALBUM and REP ALL
are selected.
(REP ALBUM mode only works for
MP3-CD disks which contain
albums.)
REP1
REP ALBUM
(MP3-CD only)
REP ALL
REP
ALL
This function allows you to maximise
your listening enjoyment with dynamic
reproduction of low-pitched sounds such
as beating drums or galloping horses.
Press the SBS button.
•Each time the SBS button is pressed,
SBS will be turned on and off alternately.
SBS
Last
Memory
SBS
allows you to repeat the current track.
allows you to repeat all tracks in the current album.
allows you to replay the entire CD once it has
finished playing.
*This function is only available during
playback of an MP3-CD.
Last Memory function
Random function
Press and hold the Mode button.
•All tracks will be played back in
random order.
•To cancel this function, press and
hold the button again, or press the
STOP (
) button.
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Mode
RANDOM
When MP3-CD playback is
selected again after your
CD player has been stopped or
turned off, this function allows
playback from the start of the
track that you last listened to.
Last
Memory
SBS
•Press and hold the Last Memory button.
Each time the button is pressed and
held, the selection switches between
“On Last.M” and “Off Last.M”.
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ESP/Album function
Album Function
ESP (Electronic Skip Protection) function
ESP prevents the music being interrupted by
vibration and shock.
ESP/
Album
Press the ESP/Album button.
ESP
•CD Playback: Press the ESP/Album
button to turn this function on and off.
(During playback of an MP3-CD,
ESP will always be active whether or
not the ESP/Album button is pressed.)
•The player buffers up to 120 seconds of MP3 and 45 seconds of audio CD data; hence even if the
data flow is interrupted, data is read from memory so that the sound signal remains undisturbed.
•While listening to music, the Anti-S.T (Anti-Shock Time) Buffer Level is automatically
saved.
Main
Unit
•This function is only available during playback of an MP3-CD.
Albums are sections of tracks representing one artist.
This function makes it easier to skip between them.
Press the ESP/Album button.
•It moves to the next album.
Example) Pressing the ESP/Album
button during playback of the
first album will take you to
the start of the first track of
the second album.
•This player is equipped with a graphic LCD that supports the English
language.
•Tag information is displayed for those files containing them. Otherwise,
the file name is displayed.
•When writing your own MP3-CDs, we recommend using English for tag
information as well as file names.
•Languages other than English will be marked with an asterisk “*”.
+10 button
Main Unit
Press the +10 button.
•Press the +10 button briefly while playing back
a CD. Playback will skip 10 tracks.
Example : If you want to select track 43 during playback of track 15, press the +10 button
three times, and then press the
button three times.
•MP3-CD playback : Press and hold the ESP/Albm button longer to select “Album Off”.
The button is now enabled as the +10 button.
Remote
Control
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Press the +10/Album button.
•MP3-CD playback : By default, the button is enabled for Album function.
Press and hold the button longer to select “Album Off”.
The button is now enabled as the +10 button.
•CD playback : The button is enabled as the +10 button only.
Press and hold the ESP/Album
button for a while.
ESP/
Album
•Each time the button is pressed,
the selection toggles between
“On Album” and “Off Album”.
•If “Off Album” is selected, the by album playlist
changes to the by title playlist.
function does not apply to MP3-CDs that have not been created with
Note •This
albums.
•If a file is defective and cannot be recognized, the player skips to the next
one, and similarly for all unrecognizable files.
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Program function
You can store up to 30 tracks of your favorite tunes.
Example: When storing track number 15 to program number 1
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To confirm the program
From Stop mode, press the
Program button on the
main unit.
PROGRAM
•From Stop mode, press the Program
button.
•Each time the button is pressed, track
numbers will be shown on the display
according to their program sequence.
2
3
4
Using
or
or +10
button, select the desired
track.
PROGRAM
To change the program
•To change the programmed tracks during program confirmation,
Press the Program button.
PROGRAM
•Track number 15 is stored
under program number 1 and
you will be taken to program
number 2.
•Continue to program the
desired tracks.
Press
(Play/Pause)
button when programming is
complete.
use
or
to select the track to change.
•Press the Program button to add new tracks.
To cancel the program mode
PROGRAM
•Press the Stop (
) button twice.
The Program mode will also be canceled if the lid
opens during programming.
To stop program playback
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•Press the Stop ( ) button.
•The total number of programmed tracks as well as the total number of tracks
in a given disk will be shown on the display.
•Press
(Play/Pause) button to resume program playback.
Warning
•During programming, if no action is performed for about 15
seconds, the player will automatically turn itself off to conserve
battery power consumption.
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Maintaining and looking
Features
Playback sequence of albums and tracks
•When using Windows Explorer.
•The arrows indicate playback sequence of albums and tracks.
•Albums with .jpg, .wav or .doc are not audio files and therefore will be skipped.
(E) CD-ROM drive
Looking after your CDs
Wash the disc with a neutral detergent diluted in water, and
then wipe gently with a soft dry cloth from the center of the
disc to the outside.
ALBUM 01
Handling your CDs
Skipped
Kevin01.mp3
Kevin02.mp3
Kevin03.mp3
Kevin04.mp3
Kevin.jpg
Life.doc
Carefully pick up the disc by its edge without
touching the disc’s surface.
ALBUM 02
AL 04
Summer05.mp3
Summer06.mp3
Garden.mp3
Garden.mp3
Do not attach stickers to the
signal surface (the side with
shiny, rainbow colors).
ALBUM 03
AL 05
Michael07.mp3
Michael08.mp3
Water.mp3
Water.mp3
Do not write on the labeled (printed) side with a
ballpoint pen or a pencil.
Skipped
AL 06
Kenny01.wav
Kenny02.wav
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AL 07
Butterfly.mp3
Piano14.mp3
John15.mp3
Do not clean this player with
record spray or antistatic.
Also do not use volatile chemicals
such as benzene or thinners.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Check
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Unit has no power.
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Playback does not
function.
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Earphones don’t work.
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Did you insert the battery with the correct
polarity?
Is the battery exhausted?
Is the AC adaptor connected correctly?
Is the door open?
Is the disc inserted correctly?
Is the disc damaged or deformed?
Has the unit been locked with the HOLD switch?
Has the unit been moved from a cold place to a
hot place?
Abrupt change of temperature may cause
condensation to form on the lens. Keep your CD
Player in a warm place until the condensation on
the lens has disappeared.
Specification
Frequency range
20Hz ~ 20KHz
Signal/noise ratio
85dB
Channel Separation
75dB, 1kHz, 0dB
Total harmonic distortion
0.08%
D/A conversion
1bit 4 OVER SAMPLING
Earphones output
300mV(RMS), 5.5mW/CH
Line out output
290mV(RMS)
Scope of playback supported
Bit Rate : 32~322kbps
Sampling frequency:44.1KHz
DISC Sizes Diameter
120mm, 80mm
Dimensions
130(W) X 29.8(H) X 141.5(D)
Is the volume control on the main unit or on the
earphones at the minimum setting?
Are the earphones and the main unit connected
correctly?
File Compatibility
A sound or track is
skipped.
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Some of the MP3 files on a
CD are not recognised.
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Was the unit jolted or knocked?
Are there dust, fingerprints or scratches on the
disc?
Check if the unreadable files have .mp3 as their
extension on your PC.
•The unit will playback files created in MP3 format (Mpeg1.Layer 3) with *.mp3 as their
extension.
•Files created in MP2 format (Mpeg1.Layer2) with *.mp2 as their extension can also be
played back.
How many MP3 files can a CD-R or CD-RW disc record?
•The maximum capacity of one CD-R or CD-RW disc is 680MB.
Normally, one MP3 file has a capacity of 4 MB, therefore approximately 170 files can
be recorded on a single disc.
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