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SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC.
HEADQUARTERS
7037 Financial Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 6R3
TEL: 1-905-542-3535
www.samsung.ca
SERVICE DIVISION
7037 Financial Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 6R3
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
AH68-01283E (Rev 0.0)
MP3 & WMA Playback
Removable Storage Device
3D Stereo Sound
Upgradable
Long Battery Life of up to 15hrs
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Contents
Preparations
Safety Instructions ................................................................................................................4
Features ................................................................................................................................6
Components ..........................................................................................................................9
Location of Controls (yepp) ..................................................................................................10
Connection to Computer
Connecting yepp to PC ........................................................................................................12
Manual Installation of USB Driver ........................................................................................16
Using the removable storage................................................................................................20
● Downloading/Uploading files ......................................................................................20
● Disconnecting the USB cable ....................................................................................21
● Formatting ..................................................................................................................22
Installing CD Ripper ............................................................................................................23
Basic Usage
Listening to Music with yepp ................................................................................................24
Setting up Volume/Hold Functions ......................................................................................25
Changing Modes ..................................................................................................................26
Recording Voice....................................................................................................................27
Searching for Music/Voice Files ..........................................................................................28
Additional Usage
Loop Repeating ....................................................................................................................30
Setting up SRS ....................................................................................................................31
Setting up MENU ..................................................................................................................32
Repeating Tracks ................................................................................................................33
Setting up EQ ......................................................................................................................34
Managing Files ....................................................................................................................35
● Deleting ......................................................................................................................35
● Formatting ..................................................................................................................36
Customizing Options (Display) ............................................................................................37
● DISPLAY ....................................................................................................................38
● BACKLIGHT ................................................................................................................38
● BEEP ..........................................................................................................................39
● CONTRAST ................................................................................................................39
● SCROLL SPEED ........................................................................................................40
● POWER OFF TIME ....................................................................................................40
● DEFAULT VOLUME ....................................................................................................41
● WOW LEVEL ..............................................................................................................41
Appendix
Description of Buttons (yepp player) ....................................................................................42
MENU Table ........................................................................................................................44
Customer Support
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................46
Specifications........................................................................................................................48
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Safety Instructions
Read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the equipment.
Do not expose to extreme
temperatures (above 95°F or
below 23°F). Do not expose to
moisture.
Do not apply excessive pressure
to the device.
Do not let any foreign matter spill
into the device.
Earphones
Follow Traffic Safety Instructions
● Do not use the earphones while driving an automobile or riding a bicycle.
It’s not only dangerous, but also against the law.
● It may cause an accident if you turn up the volume of the earphones while walking down the street,
especially crossing at intersections.
Protect your ears
Do not place heavy objects on top
of the device.
Do not expose to chemicals such
as benzene and thinners.
Remove batteries when the
device is left unused for a long
period of time.
● Do not turn up the volume too high.
Doctors warn against prolonged exposure to high volume.
● Stop using the device or turn the volume down if you have ringing in your ears.
Ambient operating conditions
Do not expose to direct sunlight
or heat sources.
Do not store in dusty areas.
Do not try to disassemble and
repair the device yourself.
● Ambient temperature: 5°C ~ 35°C (41°F ~ 95°F)
Humidity
: 10 ~ 75%
Environmental Information
● Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packages, batteries, and old
electronic appliances.
● Yepp packages use cardboard, polyethylene etc., and do not use any unnecessary materials.
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Miniature Design
MP3 & WMA Playback
Convenient small and light design
MP3 is an MPEG1 Layer3 audio format.
WMA is an Microsoft Windows Media audio format.
Removable Storage Device
You can easily copy and paste files to the yepp player using
Windows Explorer
Playing Time
This unit uses one AAA/LR03 alkaline battery. Operation can last up to 15 hours.
Actual playing time may vary according to the type and capacity of the battery.
Upgradable
You can upgrade the built-in programs if available.
ex) Add functions, CODEC, etc.
Please check the yepp home page (http://www.samsungyepp.com)
for upgrades.
Featuring 3D Sound
The 3D feature adds spaciousness to the sound.
SRS
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS labs, Inc.
WOW
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Components
Voice Recording Function
Suitable for recording lectures, meetings.
Earphones
AH30-00056B
USB Cable
AH39-00498A
User manual
AH68-01283E
Backlight
Attractive Blue-Color Backlight
Player
Neck Strap
Belt Clip
installation CD
AH61-01370A
AH61-01411A
AH80-00051C
4301-000115
Sound
You can adjust the equalizer manually.
One Battery
(1.5V AAA/LR03 type)
Model
YP-35 S
YP-35 H
Built-in memory
64MB
128MB
● The capacity of the useable built-in memory is less than indicated as the internal
firmware uses a part of the memory as well.
● Design of accessories is subject to change for improvement without notice.
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Location of Controls (yepp)
Microphone
Display
SRS Button
Track Number indicator
Volume indicator
Equalizer, SRS indicator
Earphone Jack
Neck strap
Hook
Music/Voice/
Rec mode indicator
Remaining Battery
Power indicator
Display
Play mode indicator
Play/Stop/Pause/
Forward/Backward
Button
Playtime indicator
Title (track & artist) indicator
Hold Switch
Inserting a Battery
MENU/Loop Repeating/
Mode/Volume Button
1
➡
USB Cable
Connection Port
Battery Cover
10
Loop Repeating indicator
➡
➪
Slide the cover in the direction
of the arrow to open.
a battery to the right poles ,
2 Insert
and push-close the cover in the direction
the arrow as indicated.
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Connecting yepp to PC
System Requirements.
● Pentium 133MHz or greater
● Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP
● 20MB of available hard disk space
● CD-ROM drive
(double speed or greater)
● USB port (1.1) supported
● VGA graphic
Before connecting yepp to PC, make sure to install
USB driver. If “Add New Hardware Wizard” appears, press
the [Cancel] button and install USB driver.
Installing software
1
Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
The picture shown below appears.
Select [USB Driver 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 the next page.
Note :
● Install the operating system in
Administrator Account mode for Windows
2000 or XP. Otherwise, installation will not
be completed.
● Windows ME, 2000 and XP can
recognize the driver without installing the
provided program. However, you must
install the program in order to format yepp
and upgrade firmware.
● If the YP-35 program has not been
installed in Windows 98, then it will not
communicate with your removable disk.
You must install the USB driver file
first.
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Note :
Connecting yepp to PC with USB cable
How to check USB driver
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Plug one end of the USB cable into the USB
port on the back of the PC.
Connect the opposite end of the USB cable to the
USB cable port on the bottom of the yepp.
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USB driver is installed with a message saying that it
is searching for a new device. You may not see the
display screen during installation.
Go to the device manager to check that installation
has been successfully completed.
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Upon installation of the USB driver
"SAMSUNG YP-35” will appear in the
[System Properties] ➝ [Device Manager].
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USB connect cable
● If you disconnect the USB cable from your PC while
implementing a command or initializing during USB driver
installation, your PC may not function correctly.
● The yepp will automatically turn on.
Windows 98:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Device Manager ➝
Universal Serial Bus controllers/SCSI and RAID controllers
Windows 2000:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager ➝ Universal Serial Bus controllers ➝
USB Mass Storage Device
Windows XP:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager ➝ Universal Serial Bus controllers ➝
USB Mass Storage Device
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When USB driver is not Installed automatically,
refer to next page.
Note :
For WinXP, the following window will appear whenever
you connect the USB cable to your yepp.
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Manual Installation of USB Driver
Go to “Downloading/Uploading files” on page 20 if the USB driver is in place.
Follow these steps if the USB driver is not in place :
1
Check the device manager.
2
Check if there is a device listed with
an exclamation point or a question
mark (displayed as unknown device
or USB device).
3
Double click on the device listed with an
exclamation point or a question mark.
Windows 98,ME:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Device Manager
Windows 2000:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager
Windows XP:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Hardware ➝
Device Manager
Note :
● If you are using Windows 2000 and your version of Windows does not recognize the USB driver,
please download and install the latest service pack from windowsupdate.microsoft.com
● The installation method may vary depending on the type of PC or operating system.
Contact your PC dealer or service center for installation information.
● If errors occur continuously when you install the USB driver, reconnect the USB cable
after rebooting your system.
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After selecting the driver, click on [Update Driver].
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Select a compatible driver, click on [Next] to finish.
For Windows 98, refer to page 18.
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In Windows 98
Click [Next] button in the series of windows that appear.
USB driver location
[CD ROM]\setup\Drivers
● To complete the installation
process, reboot the system.
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Using the removable storage
Downloading/Uploading files
Disconnecting the USB cable
After completing the file transmission, you must disconnect the cable in the following way:
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2
3
Turn on the yepp and connect yepp to PC.
Open Windows Explorer on PC.
1
Double-click on the green arrow
in the taskbar on the bottom
right of the window. Disconnect
the USB cable.
2
Select the USB device, and then
press the [Stop] button.
Select the file to save and drag-and-drop it into the removable disk icon.
The saved files will be played in the order of file name.
If you want to change the order, please change the file name.
Notice :
● The “WRITING/READING” message will appear during
file download or upload. Disconnecting the USB cable
while “WRITING/READING” is displayed may cause
malfunction of the unit.
● Files within a user created folder can only be played in
Music Mode.
● The order of music files is not relative to the replay order
when you select a Solid Disk in Windows Explorer.
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Installing CD Ripper
Formatting
Insert the Installation CD in the CD-ROM drive.
1
Select the removable disk icon
and click the right mouse button
to select [Format].
2
Press the [Start] button.
● All saved files will be formatted.
● You can change the name of
Click [Next] button in the series
of windows that appear.
removable disk by selecting
[Volume label].
Refer to the Help file [?]
after executing CD Ripper.
Notice :
● You must format YP-35 with the provided formatting program only . The device cannot
read data if you attempt to format without the YP-35 program. (The ‘Please Reformat’ message will
appear on the main body.) Format only after you have installed the YP-35 program.
● Care must be taken as formatted files can not be recovered.
● By formatting, all previously preset menus will be initialized.
Note :
When you install the CD-Ripper, Windows displays "for Windows 98", but you can use it with Windows
2000 and XP as well.
Note :
● You can format by executing "YP-35 Format" located under [Start] ➔ [All Programs]
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Listening to Music with yepp
Setting up Volume/Hold Functions
First, insert the battery and connect the earphones to the player.
Adjusting the Volume
Playing Music
Stopping Music
(Power On)
(Power Off)
When you press the
button, the
yepp logo appears and a music/voice
file is played.
When you press the
button while playing,
the music stops. If no buttons are pressed within
10 seconds (changes depending on settings), the
yepp automatically powers off.
● You can also turn off the power by pressing and
holding the
button on the main body.
Press the
button on the side of the
yepp player to adjust the volume while playing.
Note :
● Volume ranges from 00 to 30.
● Press to adjust the volume by one level.
Press and hold to increase
or decrease the volume in greater increments.
HOLD Function
Under Hold mode, buttons will not work.
Slide the HOLD switch on the player in the
direction of the arrow.
❈ Buttons on the yepp player will not work.
❈ When a button is pressed, “ HOLD!” message
will appear on the display.
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● WMA files can only be played at bit rates between 48Kbps and 192Kbps.
[supplied by Windows Media Player (Ver 8.0)] WMA files less than 48Kbps may not be played.
● Power off time can be set in the MENU mode.
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Changing Modes
1
2
Press the
Recording Voice
To Record Voice
button briefly while the player is stopped.
Move to the mode you want by using the
press the
button.
button, and then
Music Mode
Voice Mode
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2
3
Recording will begin when Recording
Mode is selected in Mode Switching.
Recording will pause when the
button
is pressed. Press the button once again to
recommence recording.
When the Mode button is pressed, recording
will stop, a voice file will be created, and you
will be switched to Voice Mode.
Note :
Record Mode
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● You will exit from the Mode Switching function if no action is taken for 10 seconds or if
another button is pressed during mode switching.
● The number of saved voice files and hours available for
recording will be displayed when Record Mode is
selected while the player is stopped.
● Recording is done in the order of V001,V002..…
● When memory is full, recording stops automatically.
● The Recording function only activates when the player is stopped.
● The LCD will not illuminate during Voice Recording.
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Searching for Music/Voice Files
Note :
● VBR(Variable Bit Rate) file:
MP3 file whose compression rate
changes when played.
● With VBR files, pressing the
button within 5 seconds from the
start of the track may not result in
the previous track playing.
● With VBR files, the actual running
time may differ from that of the
player display.
● This player may not play back
MPEG1 LAYER1 files.
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Searching for Specific Parts in PLAY Mode
● Press and hold the
button while playing to find
the part you want to listen to.
● Release the
button to resume playing.
Searching for Music Files in
PLAY Mode.
Searching for Music Files
in STOP Mode.
● Press the
button briefly to play 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 from the beginning of the
current track.
● Press the
button in STOP mode
to skip to the previous or next track.
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Loop Repeating
Setting up SRS (Sound Retrieval System)
Loop Function
Starting Point
Ending Point
While playing music files, press the
button briefly at the
beginning of the loop you want to set.
Press the
button briefly
again to set the end of the loop.
blinks in the display.
appears in the display.
The loop is played repeatedly.
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2
Press the SRS button while in Music Mode.
Press and hold the SRS button briefly to select the mode you want.
● SRS : You will hear 3D Stereo sound.
● TRUBASS: This is a bass boost feature that adds fullness to the sound.
● WOW : This feature allows you to enjoy the SRS and Trubass features simultaneously.
● EQ : Plays at the last EQ setting you made.
Note :
Note :
● Press the
30
button briefly to cancel the loop.
● Please adjust the volume to a suitable level, as the volume may increase in the SRS setting.
● This unit supports sampling frequencies of 32KHz, 44.1KHz or 48KHz.
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Setting up MENU
To switch to Menu Mode, press and hold the
Music/Voice Mode.
Press the
Repeating Tracks
button while in
Track Repeating Function
button briefly to select the menu you want.
To exit from Menu Mode, press and hold the
button once again.
● PLAY MODE : To select track repeating mode.
● EQUALIZER : To use equalizer function.
● FILE : To delete or format music files.
● SETTING : To change the basic setup options of the display.
● EXIT : To exit MENU.
Note :
● In MENU mode, no input for 10 seconds will cancel the MENU mode.
● Menu mode will be released if any button other than the Volume +/- button is pressed.
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1
2
In MENU, select PLAY MODE. (refer to “Setting up MENU”)
In PLAY MODE, use the
want and press the
button to move to the mode you
button to select.
● INTRO: To play the first 10 seconds of each track.
● NORMAL: To play all the tracks in order one time.
● REPEAT ONE: To repeat one track.
● REPEAT ALL: To repeat all tracks.
● SHUFFLE: To play tracks at random.
● EXIT: To move to the upper menu.
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Setting up EQ
Managing Files
EQ Function
1
2
3
Deleting
In MENU, select EQUALIZER. (refer to “Setting up MENU”)
In EQ, use the
button to move to the setting you
want (out of the 4 settings) and press the
button to select.
● Select the DBB Mode if you want to fine-tune the sound.
If you want to manually adjust the equalizer, select User and Bass/Treble.
● The adjustment range of Bass/Treble is 0 to 10.
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2
3
In MENU, select FILE. (refer to “Setting up MENU”)
In FILE, select DELETE and the mode (Music or Voice)
the target file is in.
Move the Volume button to the file you want to delete, and then press the
Mode button. Select CANCEL to cancel.
Note :
● DBB is for Dynamic Bass Booster, which enhances bass response.
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Customizing Options (Display)
Setting Function
Formatting
1
2
In MENU, select FILE. (refer to “Setting up MENU”)
In File, select FORMAT.
CONFIRM
1
2
In MENU, select SETTING. (refer to “Setting up MENU”)
In SETTING, use the
button to move to the function you
want to change and select the function by using the
button.
CANCEL
Note :
● All files will be deleted when formatting the built-in memory.
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BEEP
DISPLAY
● PLAY TIME: displays current play time
● Use the
● REMAIN TIME: displays remaining play time
BEEP mode.
● BEEP ON: A beep sounds each time a
button is pressed.
● BEEP OFF: No beep sounds when a
button is pressed.
● USED SIZE: displays using memory
● FREE SIZE: displays remaining memory
button to set the
Note :
BACK LIGHT
button to set the
Backlight “ON” time.
● The setting range of backlight-on time is 0 to 10
seconds.
✽ The backlight does not illuminate when the
residual battery level is insufficient.
● No beep sounds while playing or recording of a
music/voice file even when set to ‘BEEP ON’.
● Use the
CONTRAST
● Use the
button to set the Contrast.
● The setting range of the contrast, which
adjusts the brightness of the screen, is
0 to 10.
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SCROLL SPEED
● Use the
button to set the Scroll Speed.
● The setting range of the scroll speed, which
adjusts the speed of the track title flow,
is 0 to 10.
POWER OFF TIME
● Use the
button to set the
Power Off Time.
● The setting is 5 different levels ranging from
0 to 25 seconds. The power will turn off after the
set time if no button is pressed when the
playback ends.
DEFAULT VOLUME
● Use the
button to set the
Default Volume.
● The default volume setting range of the unit is
0 to 25. If the Volume is above 25(26-30) when
you turn the device off, it will default to 25 when the
device is turned back on.
● If the Volume is set to 25 or lower when you turn the device
off, it will return to that setting when it is turned back on.
WOW LEVEL
● The levels of SRS and TRUBASS can be adjusted.
● Select the mode you want by using the
button.
● The level for SRS and TRUBASS can each be set within the range of 0 to 10.
Note :
● When ‘0 second’ is set, the power will not turn off but
will remain in Standby Mode.
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Description of Buttons (yepp player)
BUTTON
STATUS
Power Off
PRESSING LENGTH
Play
Short
Within 5 seconds from the start:
Play the previous track
After 5 seconds from the start:
Play the beginning of the current track.
Play
Longer than 2 Seconds
Fast reverse search in
PLAY mode
RESPONSE
Longer than 2 Seconds
Power On, and play
Play
Short
Pause(When no button is
pressed for 10 seconds, yepp
powers off automatically)
Press and hold the 2 seconds
Power Off.
Intro Play
Short
Cancels Intro, returns to Play mode
Play
Short
Play the next track
Play
Longer than 2 Seconds
Fast forward search in PLAY mode
Stop/Pause
Play the next track
MENU Mode
Cancel MENU
Volume
Stop/Pause
Play the previous track
Play or Stop Mode
Volume increase/decrease
Move MENU
MENU Mode
Play
Short
During Loop Setting
Short
Loop mode
Loop Mode
Short
Cancel loop mode
Stop
Short
Changing modes
(music ↔ voice↔ Recording)
Play or Stop Mode
Longer than 2 Seconds
Enter MENU
Menu
MENU Mode
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Set the starting point for loop function
Selection/Exiting MENU
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MENU Table
MENU
PLAY MODE
EQUALIZER
FILE
INTRO
NORMAL
DELETE
NORMAL
REPEAT ONE
MUSIC
EXIT
JAZZ
REPEAT ALL
ROCK
SHUFFLE
DBB
EXIT
USER
EXIT
FORMAT
CONFIRM
CANCEL
BASS
EXIT
button and move.
EXIT
SETTING
VOICE
CLASS
● Select with the
DISPLAY
PLAY TIME
REMAIN TIME
BACK LIGHT
USED SIZE
BEEP
FREE SIZE
EXIT
CONTRAST
SCROLL SPEED
POWER OFF TIME
TREBLE
DEFAULT VOL
SRS LEVEL
Tru Bass LEVEL
EXIT
WOW LEVEL
EXIT
EXIT
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Troubleshooting
yepp does not work and the LCD displays nothing.
● Check the battery capacity
● Check to see if the battery is inserted to the right poles (
,
)
The buttons do not work.
● Check setting of Hold switch.
● When the message "Please Reformat" is displayed, please format your YP-35
by installing the software using Windows Explorer.
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.
● Check to see if the HOLD switch is locked.
● Check if the memory is full.
yepp keeps being turned off.
● In Stop mode, the power is automatically turned off after ten seconds
(changes depending on settings).
● Check to see if there are files saved in it.
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's power.
● The Windows98 operating system limits the number of files you can save.
Please save your music files by creating a subfolder.
Something’s wrong with play time displayed during Play mode.
● Check if it plays a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) file.
The time display of a VBR file is inconsistent.
● The time may be incorrect for high compressed (bps) files.
LCD window is dark
● Check Contrast
Backlight does not work.
● Check the backlight setup.
● When the battery power is low, the backlight will go out.
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Specifications
Samsung Limited Warranty
Samsung Electronics Canada Inc. (SECA),
warrants that this product is free from defective material and workmanship.
Model
Built-in Memory capacity
Voltage
Playing time
Dimensions/Weight
Case
Noise Ratio
Earphones Jack Output Power
Output Frequency Range
Operating Temperature Range
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YP-35
64MB(YP-35 S) / 128MB(YP-35 H)
1.5V ✕ 1 (AAA/LR03 size alkaline battery)
lasts up to 15hours (Alkaline battery, MP3 128Kbps, Vol level 20)
2.62 ✕ 1.77 ✕ 0.65 inches / 1.04 oz (without battery)
Plastic / Aluminum
80dB with 20kHz LPF (1KHz 0dB)
5mW(Max 10mW)/CH (16 Ω)
20Hz ~ 20kHz
-5 ~ +35˚C (23 ~ 95F)
SECA further warrants that if this product fails to operate properly within the
specified warranty period and the failure is due to improper workmanship or
defective material SECA will repair or replace the product at its option.
All warranty repairs must be performed by a SECA authorized service
centre. (The name and address of the location nearest you can be obtained by
calling toll free 1-800-726-7864 or visiting our web site at www.samsung.ca)
Labour
one (1) year (carry-in)
Parts
one (1) year
On carry-in models, transportation to and from the service centre is the
customer’s responsibility.
The original dated sales receipt must be retained by the customer and
is the only acceptable proof of purchase. It must be presented to the
authorized service centre at the time service is requested.
Exclusions
This warranty does not cover damage due to accident, fire flood and/or
other acts of God; misuse, incorrect line voltage, improper installation,
improper or unauthorized repairs, commercial use, or damage that occurs in
shipping. Exterior and interior finish, lamps and glass are not covered under this
warranty. Customer adjustments which are explained in the instruction manual
are not covered under the terms of this warranty. This warranty will automatically
be voided for any unit found with a missing or altered serial number.
This warranty is valid only on products purchased and used in Canada.
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