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YP-700
2X MP3
Memory Expansion Slot
MP3 & WMA Playback
FM Remote Controller(Option)
Voice Recording Function
High Speed USB
D.I.Y. Support
Upgradeable
http://www.samsungelectronics.com.hk
Service centre
Samsung Customer Service Centre
11/F Phase 2, MTL Warehouse Building
Berth One, Kwai Chung, NT, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 28626001
Fax: 28626971
AH68-00966E
e-mail: service@sehk.samsung.com
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SAFETY(Charger)
Using the Charger
Safety symbols information
- A charger is provided with yepp.
- Use only approved battery and charger.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
!
This symbol indicates uninsulated material within your unit
may cause an electrical shock. For the safety of everyone
in your household, please do not remove product covering.
!
The symbol calls attention to features for which you should
read the enclosed literature closely to prevent operating
and maintenance problems.
WA R N I N G : TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
C A U T I O N : To prevent electic shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot,
and fully insert.
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the rechargeable battery into the battery slot.
1 Insert
❈ Make sure that you put the polarity of the battery
in the right direction.
2
Plug the charger into a wall outlet.
❈ The charger should be used at right power source.
(refer to the label on charger)
❈ Red light indicates that battery is being charged.
❈ Green light indicates that battery is fully charged
after charging about 4 hours.
❈ When light color changes to green, remove the rechargeable
battery from the charger within one hour.
Wa r n i n g :
Never use any charger or battery that is damaged in any way.
After charging the rechargeable battery, disconnect charger from power source.
Do not overload the outlet or extension cords.
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will gradually wear out.
When the operation time is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
Don’t charge the rechargeable battery over 24 hours.
Overcharging or overdischarging will shorten the life of the rechargeable battery.
To use the rechargeable battery for long time, repeat full charging and full discharging.
When using the rechargeable battery for the first time or when left unused for a long time,
charge it fully before using it again.
Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short circuiting can occur when a metallic object
(coin, clip or pen) causes a direct connection between the + and - terminals of the battery.
Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery.
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Contents
Preparations
SAFETY(Charger) ................................................................................................................2
Using the Charger ................................................................................................................3
Features ................................................................................................................................6
Components ..........................................................................................................................9
Location of Controls (yepp) ..................................................................................................10
Location of Controls (Remote Controller) ............................................................................12
Inserting the Battery..............................................................................................................14
Using the SmartMedia Card ................................................................................................15
Basic Usage
Listening to Music with yepp ................................................................................................16
Setting up Volume/Hold Functions ......................................................................................17
Changing Modes ..................................................................................................................18
Recording Voice
..............................................................................................................19
Searching for Music/Voice Files ..........................................................................................20
FM Listening Function(Option) ............................................................................................22
Additional Usage
Loop Repeating ....................................................................................................................24
Setting up MENU ..................................................................................................................25
Repeating Tracks ................................................................................................................26
Setting up EQ ......................................................................................................................28
Managing Files ....................................................................................................................30
Customizing Options (Display) ............................................................................................34
Searching Quickly For Music/Voice Files ............................................................................37
Connecting yepp to PC ........................................................................................................38
Manual Installation of USB Driver ........................................................................................42
Connecting yepp to Mac ......................................................................................................46
Software Usage
How to use yepp Explorer ....................................................................................................49
Copying Files to yepp (PC) ..................................................................................................50
Downsizing MP3 ..................................................................................................................52
Copying Files to yepp (Mac) ................................................................................................54
Deleting Files (PC) ..............................................................................................................56
Deleting Files (Mac)..............................................................................................................57
Formatting (PC)
..............................................................................................................58
Formatting (Mac) ..............................................................................................................59
Uploading Files (PC) ............................................................................................................60
Uploading Files (Mac) ..........................................................................................................61
Rearranging Files ..............................................................................................................62
Installing CD Ripper ............................................................................................................63
Appendix
Description of Buttons (yepp player) ....................................................................................64
MENU Table ........................................................................................................................66
Customer Support
Precautions ..........................................................................................................................68
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................69
Security ..............................................................................................................................70
Specifications........................................................................................................................71
Connection to Computer
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Farewell to shortage
Polyphagous player
2X MP3
MP3 & WMA Playback
MP3 compression technology that allows you to downsize your
MP3 files via software.
MP3 is an MPEG1 Layer3 audio format.
WMA is a Microsoft Windows Media audio format.
Expectation
Joy of Life
Upgradeable
FM Remote Controller(Option)
You can upgrade the built-in programs if necessary.
Capable of storing 5 stations
ex) Add functions, CODEC, etc.
Please refer to the yepp home page (http://www.samsungelectronics.com.hk)
when you need to upgrade your yepp.
Endless Dream for Expansion
Memory Expansion Slot
You can expand 8MB~128MB by adding a SmartMedia card.
My yepp
D.I.Y.
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●
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Setting up EQ
Decorating LOGO
Changing LCD Font
Adjusting Scroll speed
Adjusting Contrast
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Components
Powerful yepp'
YR-20FS
Playing Time
FM
This unit uses a NI-MH rechargeable battery
Operation can last 20 hours (AAA alkaline battery + rechargeable battery)
The Light of the Light
Wow!
Backlight
High Speed USB
Blue-color backlight
Download speed Max. 5Mbps
Remote Controller
Earphone
USB Cable
Installation
CD
Player
Exciting
Sound
You can adjust equalizer manually.
Making Valuable Record
Voice Recording Function
Suitable for recording lectures and meetings
User’s Guide
Charger
(Option)
Rechargeable Battery
(1.2V NI-MH)(Option)
Battery Pack
Carrying case
Model
YP-700i
YP-700H
YP-700S
Built-in memory
192MB
128MB
64MB
● SmartMedia Card(3.3V) and Disposal Battery(AAA type) are not included.
● Design of accessories is subject to change for improvement without notice.
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Location of Controls
(yepp)
Front
Rear
Hold Switch
Remote Controller/Earphone Jack
Microphone
Auxiliary Battery Pack
Connection Port
Play/Stop/Pause/
Forward/Backward
Button
Voice Recording
Button
Display
Volume Buttons
MENU/Mode/Loop
Repeating Button
USB Cable
Connection Port
Battery Cover
Memory Expansion Slot
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Location of Controls (Remote Controller)
Models with FM
Model without FM
(Option)
(Option)
Display
Remote Controller Connection
Stop/Power Off
Button
Volume Control
Dial
FM Mode
Button
REW/FF
Button
Power On/
Play/Pause
Button
YR-20FS
Hold Switch
Display
FM
Stop/Power Off
Button
Loop Repeating
Button(A-B)
Hold Switch
Volume Control
Dial
Equalizer/
Repeating
Button
Display
YR-20S
REW/FF
Button
FM
Earphone Jack
YR-20FS
Earphone Jack
Player
Equalizer/
Repeating
Button
1
Insert the remote controller plug
into the remote controller jack on the
top of the yepp player.
2
Insert the earphone plug into
the earphone jack on the remote
controller
Loop Repeating
Button
Power On/
Play/Pause
Button
Remote Controller
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Inserting the Battery
Using the SmartMedia Card
Your yepp player allows you to expand memory capacity by adding a SmartMedia card.
Open the battery cover by pushing it
in the direction of the arrow.
the battery into the groove and make
2 Insert
sure that you put the polarity of the battery in
Player
◗
◗
◗
1
Ejecting the
SmartMedia card
Inserting the
SmartMedia card
Using the Rechargeable Battery
Remote Controller
the right direction. Close the battery cover by
pushing it in the direction of the arrow.
the SmartMedia
1 Insert
card into the memory
◗
Using a Disposal Battery
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1
2
3
Open the battery pack cover in the
direction of arrow.
Insert the battery correctly and close
the battery pack cover.
Plug the battery pack into the
extension battery connection port.
expansion slot on your
yepp player in the
direction of the arrow.
2
Confirm the SmartMedia
card mark is displayed on
the display.
the SmartMedia card again
3 Push
in the direction of the arrow to
take out the SmartMedia card
from the slot.
Note :
Do not insert/eject the SmartMedia card during playback of music/voice files.
Make sure to turn off the player before inserting/ejecting the SmartMedia card.
Use 3.3V SmartMedia cards only.
SmartMedia cards of 8MB~128MB can be used.
Do not touch the metal face of the SmartMedia card.
3.3V
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Listening to Music with yepp
Setting up Volume/Hold Functions
First, insert a battery and connect the earphones and the remote controller to the player.
Playing Music
Stopping Music
(Power On)
(Power Off)
When you press the
button(yepp player)/
the
button(remote controller), the yepp
logo appears and a music/voice file is played.
When you press the
button
(yepp player) or the
button(remote controller)
while playing, the music stops.
If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the
yepp automatically powers off.
Adjusting the Volume
Press the
button on the side of the yepp
player to adjust the volume while playing.
Note :
Volume ranges from 00 to 30.
Press briefly to adjust step by step.
Press and hold to adjust continuously.
HOLD Function
◗
◗
◗
Player
Player
Remote Controller
Note :
If the
button on remote controller is pressed while
playing, yepp is paused.
WMA file can be played only at a bit rate between 48Kbps
and 192Kbps.[supplied by Windows Media Player (Ver 8.0)]
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◗
◗
Remote Controller
Under Hold mode, no buttons work.
HOLD function on the player
HOLD function on the remote controller
Slide the
switch on the player in
the direction of the arrow.
Slide the
switch on the remote
controller in the direction of the arrow.
❈ Then no buttons on the yepp player will work.
Only the remote controller buttons will work.
❈ When a button is pressed, “Hold” message
will appear on the display.
❈ The mark will appear on the display.
❈ The mark will appear on the display.
No buttons on the remote controller will work.
(Volume control dial will work.)
Only the yepp player buttons will work.
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Changing Modes
Recording Voice
Press the MODE button on the yepp player or the A-B button on the remote
controller in STOP mode.
To Record Voice
Music Mode
Voice Mode
FM Mode(Option)
FM Mode button is
available on the remote
controller only.
Player
Player
➡
Button on the remote controller
◗
1
Press the REC button(player) in STOP mode.
2
3
Press the
Press the
Œ
◗
Use the
button to select built-in
memory/SmartMedia card and start recording
using the REC or
button
button to pause while recording.
button again to resume recording.
´
Press the REC button to stop recording.
A new voice file is created.
The Voice messages are recorded on the built-in memory
in order of VI001, VI002...., or they will be recorded on the
SmartMedia card in order of VS001, VS002....
ˇ
◗
◗
Player
Remote Controller
Note :
Remote Controller
Remote Controller
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When the recording function does not work well, format the relevant memory first before starting recording again.
Voice recording function button is available on the player only.
Do not take out or insert the SmartMedia card while voice recording is under way.
When memory is full, recording stops automatically.
(The available time is displayed on the right of display(player) when recording begins.)
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Searching for Music/Voice Files
Press and hold the
button while playing to find
the part you want to listen to.
Release the
button to resume playing.
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Press the
button briefly while playing
to advance to the next track.
Press the
button briefly within 5 seconds
from the start of the track to play the previous
track. Press the
button briefly after 5
seconds from the start of the track to play the
beginning of the current track.
◗
◗
Note :
With VBR files, pressing the
button within the first 5 seconds of
the start of track may not result in
the previous track playing.
With VBR files, the actual running
time may differ from that of the
player display.
VBR(Variable Bit Rate) file:
MP3 file whose compression rate
changes when played.
Searching for Music/Voice
Files in PLAY Mode.
Searching for Music/Voice Files
in STOP Mode.
Press the
button in STOP mode to
skip to the previous or next track.
Press the
button to play.
◗
Searching for Specific Parts in PLAY Mode
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FM Listening Function(Option)
Turn on the power of yepp and connect the remote controller.
Press the MODE button
on the remote controller.
Press and hold the
button on the remote
controller.
➡
Auto search for frequency
will start.
Manual Searching for
FM Frequency
Press the
button
briefly on the remote
controller.
Manually set the frequency
that you want.
To Save a Radio Station
1
Press the EQ/REP button on the
remote controller for the radio station
frequency that you want to store.
2
Press the A-B button to select
the location to save.
◗
Automatic Searching for
FM Frequency
Switching to FM Mode
3
Press the EQ/REP button to save a
Radio Station.
Save a Radio Station
Select the location to save a Radio Station
Player
▼
Remote Controller
▼
◗
Remote Controller
Remote Controller
Select one of the following locations: a, b, c, d, or e
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Only buttons on the remote controller will work in the FM mode.
In FM mode, you can’t connect yepp to a computer.
Backlight function of the remote controller display will not work in the FM mode.
To exit FM mode, press the MODE button.
The radio station frequency is saved in the chosen location
Note :
Up to five stations(a, b, c, d, and e) can be saved.
You can replace one station with another at each saved location, but it is not possible to delete a saved station.
Press the A-B button to access the saved location directly.
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Loop Repeating
Setting up MENU
Press and hold the MODE button on the yepp player to switch to MENU mode.
Loop Function
Use the
button to select and the
button to move.
4. File
5. Setting
2. Equalizer
3. Play list
5. Setting
6. Track
◗
1. Play mode
2. Equalizer
3. Play list
4. File
6. Track
7. Exit menu
appears in the display.
The loop is played repeatedly.
flickers in the display.
Note :
Press the MODE button briefly (yepp player)/ the A-B button (Remote controller)to cancel the loop.
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1. Play mode
2. Equalizer
◗
Press the MODE button briefly
(yepp player)/ the A-B button
(Remote controller) at the end of
the loop.
◗
While playing music/voice files,
press the MODE button briefly
(yepp player)/ the A-B button
(Remote controller) at the
beginning of the loop you want to
set.
◗
Ending Point
◗
Starting Point
◗
Press the MODE button one more time to cancel the MENU mode.
Play mode : To select track repeating mode.
Equalizer : To use equalizer function.
Play list : To select files to listen to.
File : To delete or format music/voice files.
Setting : To change the basic setup options of the display.
Track : To search for the file quickly.
Exit menu : To exit MENU.
Note :
In MENU, Go up can be used to exit the current setting.
In MENU mode, no input for 10 seconds will cancel the MENU mode.
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Repeating Tracks
Track Repeating Function On the yepp Player
1
2
On the Remote Controller
Each time the EQ/REP button is pressed and held, the mode will change in
order of REP, ALL, SHU, INT and Normal.
In MENU, select 1.Play mode.
In PLAY MODE, use the
button to move to the mode you
want and press the
button to select.
REP Repeats one track only.
ALL Repeats all tracks.
SHU Enables random playback.
3. Repeat all
4. Shuffle
● Normal: To play all the tracks in order one time.
● Repeat one: To repeat one track. One
● Repeat all: To repeat all tracks.
All
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◗
Normal
2. Repeat one
◗
◗
Normal
2. Repeat one
◗
INT Enables yepp to repeat the first 10 seconds of each track.
Nor.
2. Repeat one
3. Repeat all
Note :
Normal mode is not indicated on the display.
4. Shuffle
5. lntro
● Shuffle: To play tracks at random.
● Intro: To play the first 10 seconds of
each track. intro
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Setting up EQ
EQ Function On the yepp Player
1
2
On the Remote Controller
Each time the EQ/REP button is pressed, briefly, the mode will change in
order of Classic, Jazz, Rock, and Normal.
In MENU, select 2. Equalizer.
In EQ, use the
button to move to the setting you
want (out of the 8 settings) and press the
button to select.
If you want manual equalizer, select User and Bass/Treble.
Nor.
Clas
Jazz
Rock
Note :
Normal
Nor. DBB
Normal-DBB
Classic
Jazz
Clas DBB
Classic-DBB
DBB and User cannot be accessed with the remote controller.
Normal mode is not indicated on the display.
Rock
Jazz DBB
Jazz-DBB
Rock DBB
Rock-DBB
Note :
DBB is for Dynamic Bass Booster, which enhances bass response.
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➡
Managing Files
Continued...
Editing Play List
In MENU, select 3. Play list
Move to the file to add to
Play list and press the
button to add. The file is added
to Play list.
Press the
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In PLAY LIST, select the mode (Music or Voice) to use Play list and select On.
PLAY LIST
MENU
2. Off
Edit
EDIT
01
In MENU, select 3. Play list
: My love for hot
2: Without you Ma
2. Equalizer
3. Play list
EDIT
01
02
: My love for hot
: Without you Ma
3
◗
PLAY LIST
1. Music
2. Voice
◗
MENU
◗
Select Delete to erase play list.
2. Equalizer
3. Play list
3
1
2
In PLAY LIST, select the mode (Music or Voice)
to edit and select Edit.
◗
1
2
Listening to Files Selected in Play List
PLAY LIST
1. Music
2. Voice
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MUSIC
On
2. Off
When Play list is selected,
is displayed on yepp player.
Press the
button to play the file saved in Play list.
button again to cancel.
Select Confirm to save
Play list.
Select Cancel not to save Play list.
EDIT
Without you Ma
5: Confirm
6: Cancel
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Deleting
Move to the file to delete and
press the
button to select.
The file is deleted.
◗
In FILE, select Delete and
the mode (Music or Voice)
the target file is in.
1
2
In MENU, select 4. File
In FILE, select Format and the memory to format.
Select Cancel to exit the mode.
◗
3
In MENU, select 4. File
◗
1
2
Formatting
1. Flash
2. SMC
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Note :
You can also format in yepp Explorer.
All files will be deleted when formatting the memory.
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Select Go up ➞ Cancel to
exit the mode.
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➡
Customizing Options (Display)
Display ➞ 1. Information
Setting Function
1
2
Continued...
Play time: displays current play time
Compression: displays compression rate
Remain time: displays remaining play time
Free memory: displays remaining memory
Total time: displays total play time
In MENU, select 5. Setting
In SETTING, use the
button to move to the function you want to
change and select the function by using the
button.
Display ➞ 2. Logo
Default Setting
ex) User defined setting
2. Backlight
SETTING
1. Display
2. Backlight
◗
SETTING
1. Display
◗
Default: "yepp" logo
SETTING
2. Backlight
3. Scroll speed
User define: displays user-defined logo
None: displays no logo.
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3. Scroll speed
4. Contrast
◗
◗
Note :
SETTING
SETTING
4. Contrast
5. Go up
yepp homepage (http://www.samsungelectronics.com.hk) offers a program to edit
the user defined logo. You can download from SUPPORT.
You can’t use yepp logo Editor on Mac.
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Searching Quickly For Music/Voice Files
Backlight
TRACK
1. Direct flash
2. Direct SMC
Press the
the contrast.
button to set
◗
Contrast
3
TRACK
2. Direct SMC
3. Direct Track
When DIRECT TRACK is selected, select the track number by using
the
button. When the
button is pressed, playback starts
from the selected track number.
DIRECT TRACK
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TRACK
1. Direct flash
2. Direct SMC
◗
In TRACK, select the memory or the track to listen to first.
When Direct flash is selected, first track in flash memory is played first.
When Direct SMC is selected, first track in SMC is played first.
◗
◗
button to set
In MENU, select 6. Track
◗
1
2
Scroll speed
Press the
the scroll speed.
Track function
◗
Press the
button to set
the backlight “ON” time.
When a button is pressed, backlight
will stay on for the time you set.
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Connecting yepp to PC
Continued...
Before connecting yepp to PC, make sure to install
yepp Explorer. If “Add New Hardware Wizard” appears,
press the [Cancel] button and install yepp Explorer.
Installing software
System Requirements.
Pentium 133MHz or greater
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
20MB of available hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
(double speed or greater)
USB port supported
VGA graphic
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1
Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
The window shown below appears.
Select [yepp Explorer Install].
2
Click [Next] in the series
of windows that appear.
When installation is completed,
connect yepp to PC and use it
as shown on next page.
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5
Connecting yepp to PC with USB cable
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Insert the battery into yepp and turn on the yepp.
Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB port on the back of the PC.
Plug the other end of the USB cable into the
USB port on the right side at the bottom.
PC may temporarily malfunction if you unplug the
USB cable from PC while yepp Explorer is initiating or
executing a command.
USB driver is installed a message saying that it is
searching for a new device. If USB driver is not installed,
try one more time after rebooting PC.
USB connect cable
1
2
3
When USB driver is not Installed automatically,
refer to next page.
When USB driver is installed, "SAMSUNG YP-700” will appear in
[System Properties] ➝ [Device Manager] as shown in the picture
on the right.
Note :
How to check USB driver
Windows 98,ME:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Device Manager
Windows 2000:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager
Windows XP:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager
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Manual Installation of USB Driver
Continued...
If yepp does not communicate with PC (USB driver can’t be installed automatically), turn on the power of
yepp and connect yepp to PC, install USB driver manually (How to check USB driver : refer to page 41)
In Windows XP
1
Connect yepp to PC.
The window shown below appears.
Select [Install from a list or
specific location (Advanced)]
and click [Next].
2
Insert Installation CD into CD-ROM
drive.
Select [Search removable media
(floppy, CD-ROM...)] and click [Next].
3
Sometimes a POP-UP window including the
attention shown below appears.
This software does not impair or destabilize
the correct operation of your system.
Click [Continue Anyway]
4
When Installation is completed,
click [Finish].
● If a message asking for the location of the source driver
pops up, select the location and execute continuously.
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In Windows 2000
In Windows 98
Click [Next] button in the series of windows that appear.
Click [Next] button in the series of windows that appear.
Insert installation CD and
select drive.
Insert installation CD and
select drive.
To complete the installation
process, reboot the system.
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Connecting yepp to Mac
Continued...
Before connecting yepp to Mac, make sure to install the
iTunes plugin.
Installing software
System Requirements.
Mac (9~10)
20MB of available hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
(double speed or greater)
USB port supported
1
Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
The window shown below appears.
Double-click YP-700 iTunes Installer in
Installation CD.
2
Double-click Installation program,
and screen below appears.
Click [Continue].
3
Click [Install]and Installation
starts.
iTunes 1.1/1.2
- If it has not been previously installed, install it
from Apple’s Installation CD.
- This unit will work on Mac with iTunes 1.1/1.2
only.
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When Installation is completed, restart system if operating in Mac OS 9.
In Mac OS X, you have no need to restart system.
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How to use yepp Explorer
File Menu
Connecting yepp to Mac with USB cable
Plug one end of the USB cable into the
USB port on the back of the Mac.
Plug the other end of the USB cable into the
USB port on the right side at the bottom of
the yepp.
Mac may temporarily malfunction if you unplug the
USB cable from Mac while iTunes is initiating or
executing a command.
To copy files between the computer and yepp
Format
To format the memory of yepp
Delete
To delete files in the memory
Stop
Insert the battery into yepp and turn on
the yepp.
Refresh
Exit
USB connect cable
1
2
3
Copy to
To display the current files saved in yepp
To end yepp Explorer
Environment Menu
Font
To change the font for displaying information on
the list of files in yepp Explorer.
Large Icon/Small Icon
List Icon/Detail
To change display type of the list of files in
Explorer.
Register a
SecuMAX key
Options
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To stop a command for copying files from the
computer to yepp
To register a “SecuMAX key”.
You can change voice file transfer type
and USB setting.
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Copying Files to yepp (PC)
Before copying files, turn on the yepp and connect yepp to PC.
1
Run yepp Explorer
● Double- click yepp Explorer
icon on your desktop.
2
Select [File]➝ [Copy to]➝ [Flash
Memory] / [SmartMedia Card]
3
After selecting files to copy to
yepp, click [Open].
4
Click [Copy]
(You can select the font you
want before copying.)
Do you want to save more songs?
You can use the 2X MP3 function to
compress MP3 files. Here is a 2X MP3
function to downsize MP3(refer to next page)
Note :
Total memory size depends on physical characteristics of flash memory.
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Note :
An 128Kbps file uses about 1MB of memory per minute.
Directories are divided according to file extensions(.mp3,.VOC...).
Open the directory to check the saved file.
Do not insert or take out the SmartMedia Card while a file is being transferred.
You can’t download files to yepp in FM mode.
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Downsizing MP3
2X MP3 is needed when there is not enough memory space to save more songs.
1
Before copying, click the
button.
2
First, select minimum sound quality you
want to hear. Displayed minimum file
size depends on selected value.
3
Move scroll bar with mouse to
adjust the file size. Current
file size is displayed at center.
4
After converted to 2X MP3, files are
copied to yepp.
2X MP3 can’t be saved on PC.
If selected value is bigger than remaining
memory, convertible maximum file size is
displayed only.
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File types that can be converted to 2X MP3:
Normal formatted MP3 that has sampling frequency of 22.05KHz or 44.1KHz
(WMA and SM3 can’t be converted to 2X MP3)
2X MP3 is not available on Mac.
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Copying Files to yepp (Mac)
Before copying files to yepp, execute iTunes.
Connect yepp to Mac, turn on the yepp and then proceed.
1
To copy files to yepp, Drag & drop files to iTunes.
Note :
Total memory size depends on physical characteristics of flash memory.
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2
Files are saved. Now you can listen to music with yepp after
removing the USB cable.
Note :
An 128Kbps file uses about 1MB of memory per minute.
Do not insert or take out the SmartMedia Card while a file is being transferred.
You can’t download files to yepp in FM mode.
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Deleting Files (PC)
Deleting Files (Mac)
Before deleting files, turn on the yepp and connect yepp to PC.
1
2
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Run yepp Explorer.
Select files to delete.
3
Click [File]➝ [Delete].
Before deleting files, execute iTunes.
Connect yepp to Mac, turn on the yepp and then proceed.
1
2
Run iTunes.
Select a file to delete.
It can be deleted one at a time.
3
Press the “Delete” button
on keyboard.
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Formatting (PC)
Formatting (Mac)
Before formatting, turn on the yepp and connect yepp to PC.
Run yepp Explorer.
2
Click [File]➝ [Format].
1
2
Run iTunes.
Click (
) on iTunes.
◗
1
Before formatting, execute iTunes.
Connect yepp to Mac, turn on the yepp and then proceed.
Note :
All files will be deleted when formatting memory.
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Uploading Files (PC)
Before uploading files, turn on the yepp and connect yepp to PC.
Run yepp Explorer.
Select files to upload and click
[File]➝ [Copy to]➝ [PC].
3
Select the folder in the computer
to save the files in.
Before uploading files, execute iTunes.
Connect yepp to Mac, turn on the yepp and then proceed.
1
2
Run iTunes.
Select files to save in Mac and Drag & drop files to folder to want to save.
◗
1
2
Uploading Files (Mac)
✽ In case of uploading VOC, it is saved in WAV.
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✽ In case of uploading VOC in Mac, it is saved in VOC.
Due to the copyright law, MP3 and WMA, SMP, SM3 files can’t be transferred to PC.
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Rearranging Files
Installing CD Ripper
You can change the order that the files are played.
1
2
3
Before rearranging files, turn on the yepp and
connect yepp to PC.
Insert the Installation CD in the CD-ROM drive.
Click [Next] button in the series
of windows that appear.
Run yepp Explorer.
Select files to move.
4
Drag & drop the selected
file to where you wish it to be.
Use it referring to [?] after
executing CD Ripper.
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Files cannot be rearranged on the Mac.
Note :
In Windows 2000 and XP, if ASPI (provided by Adaptec) has not been installed, you
should install it. Windows displays "for Windows 98/NT",but you can use it in
Windows 2000 and XP as well.
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Description of Buttons (yepp player)
BUTTON
STATUS
PRESSING LENGTH
Less than 1 Second
Within 5 seconds from the start:
Plays the previous track
After 5 seconds from the start:
Plays the current track from the
beginning.
Play
Longer than 1 Second
Fast reverse search in
PLAY mode
RESPONSE
Power Off
Power On, and play
Play
Stop(When no button is
pressed for 5 seconds, yepp
powers off automatically)
MENU Mode
Move downward
MENU Mode
Selection
Play or Stop Mode
Volume increase
Voice Recording
Pause
Play or Stop Mode
Voice Recording Pause
Resume recording
Play
Less than 1 second
Intro Play
Cancel Intro play and change to
Normal play
During Loop Setting
Less than 1 second
Loop mode
Loop Mode
Less than 1 second
Cancel loop mode
Skips to the previous track
Stop
MODE
Volume decrease
Set the starting point for loop function
Play
Less than 1 second
Play the next track
Stop
Less than 1 second
Changing modes (music↔voice)
Play
Longer than 1 Second
Fast forward search in PLAY mode
Play or Stop Mode
Longer than 2 Seconds
Enter MENU
Skip to the next track
MENU Mode
Exiting MENU
Move upward
Stop Mode
Start to record
While Recording
Stop voice recording
Memory Selection in Recording
Select
Stop
MENU Mode
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Play
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MENU Table
MENU
Play mode
Equalizer
File
Play list
Music
On
Normal
Normal
Repeat one
Classic
Off
Repeat all
Jazz
Edit
Cancel
Delete
Confirm
Shuffle
Rock
Intro
Normal-DBB
Go up
Classic-DBB
Voice
Go up
Rock-DBB
User
Delete
button and move with the
Setting
Music
Display
Information
Voice
Exit menu
Direct flash
Cancel
Compression
Free memory
Direct SMC
Format
Flash
Go up
Go up
SMC
On
Go up
Cancel
Confirm
Cancel
Logo
Cancel
Delete
Confirm
Cancel
Default
User define
None
Go up
Confirm
Edit
button.
Track
Play time
Remain time
Total time
Off
Jazz-DBB
Select with the
Direct track
Go up
Go up
Time
Backlight
Go up
Bass
Scroll speed
Treble
Go up
Go up
Contrast
Go up
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Precautions
❈ Keep yepp and all its parts and accessories out of the reach of small children.
❈ Do not use or store yepp in dusty, dirty areas as its components may be damaged.
❈ Do not drop or put weight on the unit.
❈ Make sure not to let water in yepp.
- If it gets wet, remove the battery, dry it with towel and contact a service center.
❈ Keep out of humid, hot or magnetic places.
❈ Do not clean it with thinner, alcohol or benzene.
Troubleshooting
Software does not work.
● Refer to pages 38, 46.(computer environment)
yepp does not work and the LCD displays nothing.
● Check the battery capacity
● Check to see if the battery is inserted correctly (
)
The buttons do not work.
● Check to see if HOLD switch is set for HOLD.
In PLAY mode, music is not played after
pressing the
button
● Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are saved in
the built-in memory or SmartMedia card.
Files cannot be downloaded.
● Check to see if the driver is installed correctly in the
computer.
● Check the connection between yepp and computer.
● Check and/or replace the battery, turn on the yepp.
● In FM mode,you can’t connect yepp to computer.
To connect yepp to computer, convert the yepp mode
by pressing the remote controller MODE button.
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Backlight does not work.
● Check the backlight setup.
● When the battery power is low, the backlight will
go out.
yepp keeps being turned off.
● In Stop mode, the power is automatically
turned off after five seconds.
● Check to see if there are files saved in it.
Something’s wrong with play time displayed
during Play mode.
● Check to see if it is playing VBR(Variable Bit Rate) files.
VBR files are not fully supported.
LCD window is dark
● Check Contrast
Files on the SmartMedia card are not recognized.
● Check to see if SmartMedia card is inserted correctly.
Push SmartMedia card into slot again.
● Format the SmartMedia card again and save files.
Strange letters are displayed
● Check the font set up.
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Security
Specifications
You can get legal MP3 files from a growing number of Internet sites.
What is SecuMax?
Internet Site
With the increasing amount of digital multimedia
content, the content providers became concerned
with the ease in which the content could be copied
and distributed in violation of their copyrights. This
matter required a system called SecuMAX for
protecting copyrighted music and for using legal
content conveniently.
www.cddb.com
Model
Processor
● Music CD-related data is
provided through the Internet from
the CDDB Music CD Database.
192MB(YP-700i)/128MB(YP-700H)/64MB(YP-700S)
Voltage
1.5V(AAA size alkaline battery)/1.2V(NI-MH Rechargeable battery)
Playing time
last 20hours ( A Rechargeable battery+AAA size alkaline battery)
rights reserved.
Demensions/Weight
Case
File Transfer Speed
Note :
To listen to MP3 files encoded with SecuMAX,
you must download the key file from the Internet
and register it on the yepp' Explorer.
Noise Ratio
54 ✕ 87 ✕ 14 mm/67g (without battery)
Plastic/Aluminum
Up to 5Mbps
80dB with 20kHz LPF
Earphones Jack Output Power
5mW @ 16 Ω
Output Frequency Range
20Hz~20kHz
Operating Temperature Range
70
74Mips RISC
TM
● Copyright©1998 CDDB Inc. All
◆ SecuMAX protects the copyrighted music against
infringement.
◆ SecuMAX can be adapted to various types of digital
contents.
◆ For further details on SecuMAX, please visit
www.secumax.com
Built-in Memory capacity
YP-700
-5 ~ +35˚C (23 ~ 95F)
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