Samsung YH-820 Specifications

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- Mass Storage Device Support
- MP3 & WMA Playback
- Image File Viewer
- Direct MP3 Recording
- USB 2.0 High Speed Data Transfer
- SRS WOW Surround Sound
- 1.5-inch 65,000 color LCD
- Upgradable
- Built-in Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
400 Valley Road, Suite 201 Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
AH68-01662L (Rev 0.0)
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Contents
Contents
I Preparations
Safety Instructions ................................................................................................................................................4
Battery Charger Safety ........................................................................................................................................6
Charging the battery ............................................................................................................................................7
Features ..............................................................................................................................................................8
Components ......................................................................................................................................................10
Display................................................................................................................................................................10
Location of Controls............................................................................................................................................11
I Connection to Computer
Connecting the player to your PC ......................................................................................................................12
Manual Installation of the USB Driver ................................................................................................................16
Disconnecting the USB cable ............................................................................................................................18
Formatting in PC ................................................................................................................................................19
Using Recovery Utilities......................................................................................................................................20
Using the Mass Storage Device ........................................................................................................................21
Installing the Napster software ..........................................................................................................................22
Registering for a Napster Account......................................................................................................................23
Using Napster ....................................................................................................................................................24
● Searching for and Purchasing Music ........................................................................................................24
● Importing Your Existing Music ..................................................................................................................26
● Transferring Music to your Player..............................................................................................................29
● Deleting Music on Your Player ..................................................................................................................32
● Getting Help with Napster ..........................................................................................................................33
Installing Multimedia Studio ..........................................................................................................................34
Using Multimedia Studio ................................................................................................................................36
To View Help on Multimedia Studio ..............................................................................................................43
I Using Your Player
I Using Your Player
Browsing Your Music..........................................................................................................................................48
● Searching for and Selecting Music Files ......................................................................................................48
● Play Options(Artist, Album, Tracks, Genres) ................................................................................................50
● Selecting a Playlist ........................................................................................................................................51
● Play Options(Playlist) ....................................................................................................................................51
● Searching for and Selecting Voice Files........................................................................................................52
● Play Options(Voice Recordings)....................................................................................................................52
Recording Voice ................................................................................................................................................53
Recording MP3s ..............................................................................................................................................54
Viewing Image Files........................................................................................................................................55
Viewing Slide Show ........................................................................................................................................56
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I Additional Features
Shuffle and Repeat Playback ............................................................................................................................57
Equalizer Settings ..............................................................................................................................................58
SRS Settings ......................................................................................................................................................59
Recording Settings ............................................................................................................................................60
Backlight Setting ................................................................................................................................................60
Contrast Setting ................................................................................................................................................61
Power Save Screen Setting................................................................................................................................61
Fader Effect ........................................................................................................................................................62
Power Off Settings..............................................................................................................................................63
Restoring Default Settings..................................................................................................................................64
Player Information ..............................................................................................................................................64
I Customer Support
Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................................65
Specifications ....................................................................................................................................................67
Playing music ....................................................................................................................................................44
Hold Feature / Loop Repeating ..........................................................................................................................45
Searching Within Music Files ............................................................................................................................46
Menu Mode ........................................................................................................................................................47
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
Please read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the device
I Earphones
Do not apply excessive
pressure to the device.
Do not drop the player.
Do not let any foreign
matter spill into the device.
Follow Traffic Safety Instructions
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Do not expose to extreme
temperatures (above 95°F
or below 23°F). Do not
expose to moisture.
● Do not use the earphones while driving an automobile or riding a bicycle.
It’s not only dangerous, but also against the law.
● To avoid an accident, do not turn up the volume of the earphones too high while walking.
Protect your ears
● 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.
Do not expose to
chemicals such as
benzene and thinners.
Do not use the unit near
any appliance that
generates a strong
magnetic field.
Do not expose to direct
sunlight or heat sources.
I Ambient operating conditions
● Ambient temperature : 5°C ~ 35°C (41°F ~ 95°F)
● Humidity : 10 ~ 75%
Do not try to disassemble
and repair the device
yourself.
Do not store in dusty
areas.
Do not place heavy
objects on top of the
device.
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I Environmental Information
● Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packages, batteries,
and old electronic appliances.
● Your player is packaged with cardboard, polyethylene etc., and do not use any unnecessary materials.
✽ Please be aware that we disclaim all responsibility for damages from loss of saved
or recorded data due to breakdown, repair or other causes.
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Battery Charger Safety
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DO NOT OPEN
The uninsulated parts inside the charger could
cause electric shock.
For your safety, do not open the case of the
charger.
!
Read this User Manual to prevent any problems
that may occur while using the charger.
✍ Warning
- Use the charger away from water sources to avoid fire or electric shock.
✍ Caution
- To avoid electric shock, use the charger only with a 120V power outlet.
- Make sure that the charger's plug is inserted all the way into the outlet.
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Charging the Battery
A charger is supplied with your player.
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Plug the charger into a wall outlet.
DIG ITAL
✻ The indicator light on the USB cable turns green
once charging is complete.
✻ The first time the battery is charged, it will take
approximately 3 hours.
Battery recharge time in normal operation is
approximately 2.5 hours.
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✍ Caution
- To avoid the risk of fire, do not charge longer than 12 hours.
- Do not plug several devices into the same outlet.
- Do not use a rechargeable battery or charger that is defective.
- When using the rechargeable battery for the first time or after several months of
non-use, fully charge it first.
- Overcharging will reduce the battery life.
- The rechargeable battery is a consumable item and its capacity will decrease gradually.
- To prolong the life of your battery, use the fully charged battery until it is completely discharged,
and then fully charge it again before use. If you charge the battery that is not completely drained,
the battery operating time will decrease. In this case, fully cycle (fully charge and then fully discharge)
the battery several times.
- Do not let metallic objects, such as necklaces or coins, come into contact with the terminals
(metallic parts) of the charger and the built-in rechargeable battery.
A fire or electric shock may result.
- Do not touch the charger with wet hands.
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Features
Mass Storage Device Support
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You can use the built-in 5GB hard drive to store your entire music library,
plus use it as an external drive for your PC to store other data files.
MP3 & WMA Playback
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Your player supports playback of both MP3 and WMA.
Image File Viewer
●
You can view JPEG images. Image files edited with Multimedia Studio can be
viewed as slide shows.
Direct MP3 Recording
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You can convert music from CDs, cassettes, and radio into MP3 files without a PC.
Features
SRS WOW Surround Sound
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The 3D surround(SRS) feature adds spaciousness to the sound.
1.5-inch 65,000 Color LCD
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The 1.5-inch 65,000 color LCD supports viewing of high quality image files.
Upgradable
● You can upgrade the built-in programs when available.
Please check the home page (www.samsung.com) for upgrades.
Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
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USB 2.0 High Speed Data Transfer
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The built-in rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 8.5 hours of play time.
Time may vary depending on usage pattern.
Maximum data speed transfer of 50 Mbps
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Components
Location of Controls
MIC
LINE IN jack
LINE-IN
HOLD
Earphone jack
HOLD switch
MIC
Belt clip
AH61-01930A
User Manual
Charger
AH68-001662L AH44-00061A
Earphones
AH30-00070D
Installation CD
AH80-00093C
Line-In Cable
AH39-00679A
USB Cable
AH39-00724A
Model
YH-820 MC
Built-in memory
5GB
PLAY
Now Playing : 1 of 10
Track display
Record button /
Loop Repeating button
Skip/Search button
VOLUME UP/
SCROLL UP button
Skip/
Search button
MENU button
VOLUME DOWN/
SCROLL DOWN button
SELECT button
Display
Artist display
RESET Hole
Power On/Off
Play/Pause button
● The capacity of the useable built-in memory is less than indicated as the internal firmware
uses a part of the memory as well.
● The appearance of the accessories shown is subject to change for product improvement without
prior notice.
● The performance speed may slow if the internal memory does not have any free space.
Mode indicator
Display
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Player
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Singer
Soul Tree
Battery remaining indicator
Song number display
USB Cable Connection Port
Album display
Sing a Song
0:01:23
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Elapsed track time
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Connecting the player to your PC
Connecting the player to your PC
❑ System Requirements.
Before connecting the player to PC, make sure to install
Driver&Utilities. If “Add New Hardware Wizard” appears,
press the [Cancel] button and install Driver&Utilities.
● Windows Media Player 10.0
● Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
● Pentium 200MHz or greater
● 50MB of available hard disk
space
● CD-ROM drive
(double speed or greater)
● USB port (2.0) supported
● DirectX 8.0 or above.
ENG
● Windows XP
I Installing software
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Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
The picture shown below appears.
Select [Install Driver&Utilities].
2
Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
✍ Note
- Log into your PC as an administrator
(Main User) and install the supplied
software (Napster/Multimedia Studio)
Otherwise, installation will not be
completed.
Continued...
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Connecting the player to your PC
Connecting the player to your PC
I Connecting the player to your PC with a USB cable
Connect the USB cable to the USB port your computer.
● If you disconnect the USB cable from your PC while implementing a command or
intializing during USB driver installation, your PC may not function correctly.
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1) Start → Settings → Control Panel → System →
Hardware → Device Manager → Disk Drives →
Samsung YH-820 USB Device
The 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.
2) Start → Settings → Control Panel → System →
Hardware → Device Manager → Universal Serial
Bus Controller → YH-820 Mass Storage Device
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Upon installation of the USB driver "Samsung YH-820 USB Device" will
appear in the [System Properties] → [Device Manager].
Connect the USB cable to the USB cable connection port on the player,
and then plug the charger to the power outlet.
Windows XP:
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Charger
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How to check if USB driver is
properly installed
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When USB driver is not installed automatically,
refer to next page.
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
Manual Installation of the USB Driver
ENG
Go to “Transferring Music to Your Player”(p29) if the USB driver is installed.
Follow these steps if the USB driver is not installed :
I When an error occurs during installation of the USB driver
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Check the device manager.
● Windows XP (Professional):
Start → Settings → Control Panel → System
→ Hardware → Device Manager
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After selecting the driver and click [Reinstall driver].
Select [Install the software automatically] and click [Next]
to finish.
Check if there is a device listed with an
exclamation point or a question mark
(displayed as unknown device or USB
device).
Double click on the device listed with an
exclamation point or a question mark.
✍ Notice
- 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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Disconnecting the USB cable
Formatting in PC
1
Double-click on the green arrow in the
taskbar on the bottom right of the
window.
2
When the [ Stop a Hardware device ] message appears,
press the [OK] button and disconnect the USB cable.
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2
ENG
● After completing the file transmission, you must disconnect the cable in the following way:
● Please close Multimedia Studio.
Select [Start] → [Programs] →
[Samsung YH-820] in the desktop,
and then press [Recovery Utility].
Press the [Format Device] button.
When the format screen appears, select
the file system as FAT32 and then press
the [Start] button.
✍ Note
- By formatting, all previously preset menus will be reset,and any pre-existing song or
data files will be erased.
- Care must be taken as formatted files can not be recovered.
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Using the Mass Storage Device
Using Recovery Utilities
The Recovery Utility can be used to recover your system in the event the following occurs:
● If one of the messages below appears:
The Removable Disk can be used as Mass Storage. Video, audio and image files
can be downloaded but cannot be played back.
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- Connect to PC and repair firmware with recovery utility.
- Connect to PC and rebuild database with recovery utility.
● If the message "Loading" appears and the device does not operate when you turn on the power.
● If file search does not work properly in the Menu Library.
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Connect the player to PC.
Select [Start] → [ Programs] → [Samsung YH-820] in the desktop,
and then press [Recovery Utility].
● For more details on recovery, press [Help] to view the help.
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I Downloading files
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2
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Connect the player to PC.
Right click on the Start button, then choose Explore to Open Windows
Explorer on PC.
● [Removable Disk] is displayed in Windows Explorer.
Select the file to save and drag-and-drop it into the
[Removable Disk]
Select the recovery method you want.
● See help for details on each method.
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Registering for a Napster Account
Installing the Napster Software
Before you install the Napster software, review the system requirements on page 12.
If you don't already have Windows Media Player 9 or above,
please go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads and download it.
You will first need to install the Napster application:
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2
Insert the installation CD that came with your player and follow the instructions
to install Napster.
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2
Follow the on-screen instructions as the InstallShield Wizard guides you
through the installation. When the installation has completed, click [Finish].
After you have completed the installation, create a member name and password.
Enter the required information and click [next].
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Napster is free to search, browse, and play music clips. If you want to
become a member of the Napster subscription service, enter your credit card
information and click on the [submit] button. Note that you do not have to
enter a credit card to register.
✍ Note
If you are already a Napster member, click on the
[I’m already registered] button in the upper right
corner and sign in.
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Sign in to Napster. You can use Napster to copy your CDs to your PC and
Samsung Napster player. You can search, browse, and play music clips in
the Napster catalog. You can buy songs and albums individually, or you can
subscribe for unlimited access to the entire catalog of Napster content.
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Using Napster
Using Napster
I Searching for and Purchasing Music
Copying Tracks From A Music CD
Here are some things you should know about tracks purchased on Napster:
ENG
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2
Insert the CD into the CD-Rom drive on your computer.
Launch the Napster application by double-clicking the Napster icon on your desktop.
✍ Note
If you do not have the Napster application, see page 22 for instructions on installing Napster.
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Click the
[library] button to switch to the Library view, and select the
CD icon. By default, all tracks are checked. If you don't want to rip the
entire CD, you can use the select all/deselect all buttons to change the selections.
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You can initiate ripping in one of two ways:
a. Select the CD icon in the library tree and select Rip CD from the right-click menu
to rip the entire CD.
● Tracks purchased on Napster are yours to keep and
can be burned to CD and seamlessly transferred to your player.
● You can keep copies of purchased tracks on up to three computers.
To copy your purchased tracks to another computer, use the [Sync/Restore]
feature on Napster available from the [My Account] menu.
✍ Note
If you try to transfer to your player tracks that have not yet been purchased, you will automatically be prompted to purchase the tracks.
b. To rip some of the tracks, make sure the tracks you want are checked in the
tracklist; then click the Rip button, or select Rip Checked Tracks from the
right-click menu.
✍ Note
Tracks are saved in the directory you specified for your Napster music.
An optional MP3 encoder is available for download. You can access this encoder from the
“Update Napster” page of the My Account menu.
If the MP3 encoder is installed the first time you rip a CD, you are prompted to set the options for
file type and quality. The default is 128 kbps WMA. Once you click [OK], the ripping process
begins. You can change your ripping options later from the File, Options menu.
Ripping is a process which encodes music from a CD into WMA or MP3 format.
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Using Napster
Using Napster
To search for and purchase music on Napster:
Launch the Napster application by double-clicking the Napster icon on your desktop.
✍ Note
If you do not have the Napster application, see page 22 for instructions on installing Napster.
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If there is a specific track you are looking for, simply type the artist, album, or
track name in the search field in the upper right corner, select the search type
from the drop-down menu, and click [go]. If you do not know specifically what
you are looking for, you can go to the Browse tab to browse for music by genre.
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I Importing Your Existing Music
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You can use Napster to import existing WMA or MP3 files into your Napster library. Once
these imported tracks are in your Napster Library, you can transfer them to your player.
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✍ NIf you
do not have the Napster subscription service and you attempt to import Napster tracks sent to
you by other Napster members, you will be prompted to either purchase the tracks or sign up for the
Napster subscription service.
Any other protected WMA files will require that you have the correct license for those tracks to import
them into Napster.
If you purchase the tracks, you can burn them and transfer them to your Samsung Napster Player.
If you sign up for the Napster subscription service, the imported tracks are treated as regular Napster
downloads.
Select the track(s) you would like to
purchase.
✍ Note
You can also purchase an entire album by
clicking the provided [buy album] link or
selecting a track on the album, right-clicking,
and choosing [Buy Album].
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Click the [buy track] button, or
right-click and choose [Buy Track(s)].
A confirmation page with your selected tracks is displayed. Click [Next].
If it is your first track purchase and you are not a Premium service member,
you will be prompted to enter your credit card information.
Once you purchase the track, the track is automatically downloaded to your Napster
Library. Next, drag and drop the selected MP3 files to the YH-820. Purchased tracks
can then be burned to CD and transferred to your player.
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To import WMAs or MP3s into your Napster Library:
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2
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Select [Import Track(s) to My Library] from the [File] drop-down
menu on the Napster application.
Browse to and select the directory where the tracks are located from
the [Folder] window on the left.
Select the particular tracks from the [Files] window on the right.
To select multiple tracks, hold down the [Ctrl] or [Shift] keys while selecting,
or click [select all].
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Using Napster
ITransferring Music to Your Player
Click the [OK] button.
Tracks that you purchase through Napster can be transferred seamlessly to
your player using the Napster application.
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Using Napster
✍ Note
Before transferring, make sure your player battery is charged or connected to AC power,
otherwise your transfer may not complete successfully.
When you plug your device into your computer through the USB port, the Napster application will
automatically recognize it and display it as Samsung YH-820 under the menu tree of your Napster
Library. If your player is not connected or detected, it will display a “Portable Device” icon.
If your layer is not listed, check your connection and verify that the player is detected by your
computer.
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A progress bar displays while the tracks are importing.
When the tracks successfully imported, they will be stored and accessible
from your Napster Library. You will also be prompted to edit the track
data for any non-Napster tracks (see next section).
✍ Note
If you try to transfer tracks to your player that you have not purchased yet, you will automatically
be prompted to purchase the tracks.
Make sure your player battery is charged or connected to AC power.
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Using Napster
Using Napster
To transfer tracks from your Napster Library to your player:
Locate the track(s) that you want to transfer in your Library.
✍ Note
3
You can transfer tracks from other areas of Napster by right-clicking and selecting
[Transfer Track(s) to Portable Device]
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The progress of the transfer displays under Transfer Status. To view transfer
status, click on the + in front of Samsung YH-820 under your Library to expand
the sub-folders, and then click on [Transfer Status].
ENG
1
Click and hold the mouse on the track(s), then drag the tracks to the listed
Samsung YH-820 icon in the left window of your Napster Library (refer to the
following figure).
4
When the tracks have finished transferring, the status is listed as Complete.
Important Note
Do not disconnect the device while the transfer is in progress.
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✍ Note
If the tracks are Napster tracks that you have not already purchased,
you will be prompted to purchase them.
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Never unplug the device without first safely disconnecting. To safely disconnect
or eject your player, do the following:
Windows XP
Click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon on your Windows taskbar and follow the
instructions in the message box that appears.
Windows XP
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Using Napster
Using Napster
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I Deleting Music on Your Player
I Getting Help with Napster
To remove track(s) from your player:
Additional help for the Napster application is available by clicking on the
button
from any screen, or through the Help drop-down menu.
The following help options are available:
● User Guide: Comprehensive online instructions for using all the Napster features and
functions
● FAQs: Answers to frequently asked questions about Napster
● Customer Support: If you require additional assistance using the Napster Software or
Napster Services, please contact Customer Support from the Help drop-down menu
or send your inquiries to support@napster.com(U.S.).
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2
Verify that your player is connected to your computer and displayed in your
Napster Library as Samsung YH-820.
3
Select the track(s) and click the [remove]
button or press the [Delete] key on your
keyboard.
Navigate to and locate the track(s) within
the player menu tree by clicking
on the + sign next to the YH820 icon.
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Installing Multimedia Studio
Installing Multimedia Studio
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Insert the installation CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Select [Install Multimedia Studio].
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● Multimedia Studio is a program that supports image editing, video playback and format
conversion, and multimedia album creation.
Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
Select language
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Using Multimedia Studio
● Run Multimedia Studio from on the Desktop.
I Editing Images
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2
3
Select the folder containing images to edit from the directory window at the
upper left-hand section of Multimedia Studio.
● The saved files will be displayed in the file list window on the right.
Select the image to edit.
● The selected image will be displayed in the [Preview image] window.
Press the [Edit Img] button.
● From the [Picture editor] window, you can perform functions like editing wallpaper images,
editing layers, inserting clip arts, making frames and other various editing functions.
Using Multimedia Studio
● Files downloaded without using Multimedia Studio cannot be viewed on the screen.
I Sending images
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Connect the player to PC.
Select the image(s) to send to the player.
Select [File] → [Export images to device] at the top of the Multimedia Studio menu.
Select the device connected to PC from the [Select device] screen, and then
press the [OK] button.
✍ Note
- Refer to Help for more information.
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Using Multimedia Studio
● Albums created from [Making Album for the use of PPL] can be viewed as slide shows
on the player.
Set the size and path of the image at the [Resize images] window and
then click the [OK] button.
● The image will be sent to the selected device.
● The sent image can be viewed from [Photo] → [Albums] on the menu.
● The optimal image size for viewing on the unit is 128 x 96. Please adjust the image size
if the image does not display correctly on the player.
I Making Albums for Slide Shows
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Using Multimedia Studio
Connect the player to PC.
Press the [Edit Alb] button at the top of
Multimedia Studio.
● The [Making New Album] window will be displayed.
Select [Making Album for the use of PPL] and then
press the [OK] button.
● The [PPL Album] window will be displayed.
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Press the [Add Image] button at the top of the [PPL Album] window to
select the image to edit.
5
Press the [Add Music] button to add
background music.
● If multiple images are selected, each image will be displayed for 5 seconds.
✍ Note
- Image files saved in the player can be deleted by selecting [File] → [Delete images in device].
- Refer to Help for more information.
● Add BG Music: Images change
every 5 seconds while the selected music is
played.
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Using Multimedia Studio
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Press the [Save] button at the top of the [PPL Album] window when album
editing is complete.
Select the directory to save to in the save
window and press the [Save] button.
● The edited album will be saved in the selected
directory.
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Select [Album] → [Export] → [Export to Device] at the top of the [PPL Album]
window to send the saved ppl file to the device.
Using Multimedia Studio
● This function allows you to capture a still frame from a video file and save it as a picture,
then transfer it to your YH820.
I Capturing Video
1
Press the [Capture] button at the top of the Multimedia Studio menu.
2
Click [Menu] → [Open] on your PC and select the video to play.
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● The Media Player screen will be displayed.
● The selected video will be played.
Enter the album name at the [Select device] screen and then press the [OK] button.
● The ppl file will be sent to the selected device.
● The sent ppl file can be viewed from [Album] → [Slide Show].
✍ Note
- Select [Delete from Device] to delete ppl file saved in the player.
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Using Multimedia Studio
To View Help on Multimedia Studio
3
Press the 1 [Capture] button and then press the
when the image you want to capture appears.
4
Press the [Save] button.
5
Select the directory to save to from the [Save As] window and press
the [Save] button.
2
[Capture] button
● The selected image will be captured.
Run Multimedia Studio and press the Help button at the top of the
screen.
● Help will be displayed.
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● Save This captured image: saves the currently selected image.
● Save All captured images: saves all captured images.
● The selected image will be saved.
1
2
✍ Note
- The player will only play back still images. It will not play back video.
- Video playback and conversion codecs are not provided. It is recommended that you use
codecs of latest versions.
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Playing music
Hold Feature
● Power On: Press and hold the √» button to turn on the power.
● Power Off: Press and hold the √» button to turn off the power.
Use the Hold feature to lock and disable all buttons. The Hold feature is useful to prevent your
Samsung player from being accidentally turned off or on when jogging, or to ensure
uninterrupted playback.
I Playing Music
Activate
on the main unit.
● When you activate the HOLD switch, a "
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Make sure the player is fully charged and the earphones are connected.
Turning Power On and Off
HOLD
C
PLAY
Now Playing : 1 of 10
Tim
Soul Tree
Surfin’s safari
Select Now Playing in the menu.
● Playback starts automatically.
Now playing
" appears on the display.
0:01:23
I Pausing Music
Press the √» button to pause
playback.
● While in Pause mode, briefly press
√» again to resume playback.
Loop Repeating
Pause
Now Playing : 1 of 10
Tim
Soul Tree
Surfin’s safari
PLAY
Now Playing : 1 of 10
Tim
Soul Tree
Surfin’s safari
0:01:23
0:01:23
✍ Note
I Starting Point
While playing a music file, press the A↔B
button at the beginning of the loop you want to set.
● A ↔ appears in the display.
- Press and hold the SELECT key in Now Playing during file playback to display the current Playlist.
- In the Playlist, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to move to a track, and press the
√» button to play the selected track.
I Adjusting the Volume
I Ending Point
A
↔B
PLAY
Now Playing : 1 of 10
Poul
No Album
Brave heart Theme
0:01:23
Press the A↔B button again to set the end of the loop.
● A ↔ B appears in the display.
The loop is played repeatedly.
Press the VOLUME UP or DOWN button to
adjust the volume from 0 to 40.
10
✍ Note
- Press the A ↔ B button to cancel the loop.
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Searching Within Music Files
● During playback, press and hold the
rently playing file.
,
buttons to forward or reverse search the cur-
Press the MENU button to switch to Menu mode.
● Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select the menu item you want, and then
briefly press the SELECT button.
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I Searching for Specific Parts in PLAY Mode
Menu Mode
I Searching for Music Files in PLAY Mode.
● During playback, briefly press the
button to play the next track in the playlist.
● Press the
button within 5 seconds after playback starts to move to and play the
previous track. Press the
button after 5 seconds to play the current track from the
beginning.
Now playing
I Searching for Music Files in PAUSE Mode.
● While in pause mode, press the
playlist and play it automatically.
,
Photo
Library
Setting
buttons to move to the previous or next track in the
✍ Note
- VBR (Variable Bit Rate) File: An MP3 file that has varying compression ratios.
- When playing a VBR file, even if you press the
button within 5 seconds after the start of playback,
the previous song may not be played.
- The actual play time and the time displayed on the main unit may differ for VBR files.
● Now Playing: Display the song currently playing.
● Library: Search and select music to play.
● Photo: View saved image files or slide shows
● Settings: Change the settings.
✍ Note
- In Menu mode, press the Menu button to exit from the submenu you are in.
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Browsing Your Music
Browsing Your Music
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select the Library,
and press the SELECT button.
I Searching for and Selecting Music Files
Tracks
Library
Artists
Albums
Tracks
Genres
Artists
All Tracks
Jason
Micky
Simson
All Tracks
Michel- Theme
DOC-Class room
Micky-Old time is
My Heart Will Go On
● Artists: Shows the artist name from the ID3 tag information stored in the music file.
● Press the √» button on the desired artist name.
All song titles corresponding to the artist name will be played.
● If you select an artist's name, song titles that correspond to the name will be displayed. You can
use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons to move, and then press the SELECT button
to play the selected song.
Library
Artists
Albums
Tracks
Genres
Albums
Everyday I Dream
Building Birdages
Everyday I Dream
Turning the Tide
Waking Up Is Easy
Leaming Again
Perfect
● Albums: Shows the album title from the ID3 tag information stored in the music file.
● Press the √» button on the desired album name.
All song titles corresponding to the album name will be played.
● If you select an album name, song titles corresponding to that album will be displayed.
You can use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons to choose a song, and then press the SELECT
button to play the selected song.
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Tracks
Library
Artists
Albums
Genres
009 5tion-Sorry
027 Cami-You can it
073 U-groove
015.everything me
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● Tracks: Shows the song title from the ID3 tag information stored in the music file.
● You can use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons to move, and then press the SELECT button
to play the selected song.
Genres
Library
Artists
Albums
Tracks
Genres
Blues
Blues
Hear My songs
Ballad
Pop
Other
● Genres: Shows the song genre from the ID3 tag information stored in the music file.
● Press the √» button on the desired genre name.
All song titles corresponding to the genre name will be played.
● If you select an genre name, song titles corresponding to that genre will be displayed.
You can use the SCROLL UP/DOWN buttons to choose a song, and then press the
SELECT button to play the selected song.
✍ Note
- What is an ID3 Tag ?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the file,such as the title, artist,
album, year, genre and a comment field.
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Browsing Your Music
Browsing Your Music
I Play Options (Artist, Album, Tracks, Genres)
I Selecting a Playlist
1
Select Artist, Album, Track, Genre, and press and hold the SELECT button.
2
In the Play Options, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select the
desired play option, and press the SELECT button.
1
2
3
● Move to Play Options screen.
In the Library, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Playlists
and then press the SELECT button.
Select the playlist that you want to play, and then press the SELECT button.
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● Saved files will appear in the selected playlist.
Press the SELECT button on the desired file.
● The selected file will be played.
Play option
Library
play
Albums
Tracks
Genres
Playlists
To Mobile Playlist
Cancel
● Play: The selected title will be played.
If you select [Play] in Artist, Album and Genre, all titles corresponding to Artist,
Album and Genre will be played.
● To Mobile Playlist: The selected title will be added to Mobile Playlist.
If you select Add To Mobile Playlist in Artist, Album and Genre all titles
corresponding to each Artist, Album and Genre will be added to Mobile Playlist.
● Cancel: Go back to the previous screen.
✍ Note
- Mobile Playlist is a play list always present in the unit. Songs stored in the unit can be easily
added to or deleted from Mobile Playlist.
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Playlists
Mobile Playlist
New Songs
New Songs
037.Misi-Forever
009 Jini-Love Affair
027 Jack-Takin Care
009 Kelvin-Taylor
✍
-U
I Play Options (Playlists)
1
2
Select a title in the Playlists, and press and hold the SELECT button.
● Move to Play Options screen.
In the Play Options, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select the
desired play option, and press the SELECT button.
Play option
To Mobile Playlist
Cancel
N
● To Mobile Playlist:
The selected title will be moved to Mobile Playlist.
● Cancel: Go back to the previous screen.
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Browsing Your Music
I Searching for and Selecting Voice Files
1
2
In the Library, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Voice
Recordings, and then press the SELECT button.
● Recorded voice file will appear.
Press the √» button or SELECT button on the desired file.
● The selected file will be played.
Library
Tracks
Genres
Playlists
Voice Rec
Recording Voice
1
2
Press and hold the REC button to start voice
recording.
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Rec
Press the REC button.
● Recording stops and the file is created.
● Files are recorded and renamed Voice0001.mp3,
Voice0002.mp3, and so on.
● MP3 files are automatically added to your Library.
Voice rec
0003.mp3
00:00:06
8kHz : 32kbps
Rec level 8
Voice Rec
Voice 0001
Voice 0002
Voice 0003
✍ Note
- Even if you set the sampling and bit rates higher, voice recording will default to 8khz 32 kbps
- Each voice recording file can be as long as 180 minutes.
I Play Options (Voice Recordings)
1
2
Select a Voice file in the Voice Recordings, and press and hold the SELECT button.
● Move to Play Options screen.
In the Play Options, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select the
desired play option, and press the SELECT button.
Play option
Play
Delete
Cancel
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● Play : The selected title will be played.
● Delete : The selected title will be deleted.
● Cancel : Go back to the previous screen.
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Viewing Image Files
Recording MP3s
Your player can be to used to record directly from any external audio source such as a CD player,
cassette player, home stereo or radio.
1
While in Music mode, use the Line-In cable to connect the main unit's line in jack
and the line out jack of your external audio device.
LINE-IN
1
2
3
Press the MENU button.
In the Menu, select Photo and press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Albums.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to move to the desired image file
and press the SELECT button.
● The selected image file will be displayed.
● While viewing the image file, press the MENU button to move to an upper menu.
● Press the
button to view the previous image.
● Press the
button to view the next image.
HOLD
MIC
2
3
Photo
Albums
Slide Show
Press and hold the REC button.
● The music currently played on the external device will be saved as an MP3 file.
Press the REC button.
● Recording stops and the file is created.
● Files are recorded and renamed Line-in0001.mp3, Line-in0002.mp3, and so on.
● MP3 files are automatically added to your Library.
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Albums
sky.jpg
sea.jpg
land.jpg
Photo
✍
Note
- Please refer to “Sending Images” under “Using Multimedia Studio” to send images
to the player.
✍ Note
- If the battery is not sufficiently charged, the player will not completely encode the file.
- Adjust the volume of the external audio source to a suitable level and encode it.
If the volume level is too high, the sound quality may be poor.
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Viewing Slide Show
1
2
3
Shuffle and Repeat Playback
Press the MENU button.
Select Photo from the menu screen and press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Slide Show.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to move to the desired file and
then press the SELECT button.
● The selected slide show will be displayed.
● While viewing the slide show, press the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN
buttons to adjust the background music volume.
● While viewing the slide show, press the MENU button to move to the previous screen.
Photo
Albums
Slide Show
Slide Show
people.ppl
LJA.ppl
jay.ppl
Photo
✍ Note
- Slide show files can be created or edited in Multimedia Studio.
Please refer to “Making Albums for Slide Shows” under “Using Multimedia Studio” for
more information.
- Music is played only if music was attached at the time of album editing.
- Slide show viewing may be slow if too many files are selected or the image files are
too large.
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1
2
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
3
Press the SELECT button to choose Repeat Off, One, All or Shuffle.
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Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Repeat.
● Select the desired mode, and then press the MENU button to go to the main menu.
Settings
Repeat-Off
EQ-Off
SRS settings
Record Settings
● Off: Select this to listen to songs in the current playlist one
at a time in the given order.
● One (
): Select this to repeatedly play just one track.
● All (
): Select this to repeatedly play all tracks in the current playlist.
● Shuffle (
): Select this to play all stored tracks in random order.
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Equalizer Settings
1
2
3
SRS Settings
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select EQ.
Press the SELECT button until the desired mode appears.
● Select the desired mode, and then press the MENU button
to go to the main menu.
Off ➔ Jazz ➔ Classical ➔ Pop ➔ Rock ➔ Bass boost ➔
WOW ➔ SRS ➔ TruBass
Settings
Repeat-Off
EQ-Off
SRS settings
Record Settings
● WOW: This feature allows you to enjoy the SRS and Trubass features simultaneously.
● SRS: You will hear 3D Stereo sound.
● TruBass: This is a bass boost feature that adds fullness to the sound.
1
2
3
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select SRS settings, and then
press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select SRS Level,
TruBass Level, Focus Level and Optimal, and then press the SELECT button to
make the desired SRS Settings.
● Complete the desired setting, and then press the MENU button to go to the main menu.
● SRS, TruBass, Focus Level: The level for SRS, TruBas and Focus can each be set
within the range of 0 to 10.
- Focus : You can enjoy clearer tone during playback.
● Optimal: It optimizes the SRS function according to the device connected.
Earphone ➔ Speaker ➔ Headphone ➔ Carpack
✍ Note
is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS labs, Inc..
- 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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Settings
Repeat-Off
EQ-Off
-
SRS settings
Record Settings
SRS settings
SRS Level-1
TruBass Level-5
Focus Level-0
Optimal-Earphone
✍ Note
- SRS settings are available only if WOW, SRS, or TruBass are selected in the EQ menu.
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Recording Settings
1
2
3
Contrast Settings
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Record Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Sampling and Bit Rate,and
then briefly press the SELECT button to make the desired recording setting.
● Complete the desired setting, and then press the MENU button to go to the main menu.
● Sampling: Each time the Select button is pressed, the selection toggles between 32KHz
and 44KHz.
● Bit Rate: Each time the Select button is pressed, the selection changes as follows:
96 ➔ 128 ➔ 160Kbps.
● Selecting a higher bit rate results in better quality sound, but uses more memory space.
Settings
Repeat-Off
EQ-Off
SRS settings
Record Settings
Record Settings
Sampling-44khz
Bit Rate-128kbps
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Backlight.
Press the SELECT button until the desired
Backlight On-Time appears.
● Off, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30seconds and Always are available for
Backlight-On Time.
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Settings
EQ-Off
SRS settings
Record Settings
Backlight-3sec
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Contrast.
Settings
Press the SELECT button until the desired screen
contrast appears.
SRS settings
Record Settings
Backlight-3sec
Contrast-2
Power Save Screen Settings
- Voice can be recorded only at
8KHz 32kbps.
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
● The setting range of the contrast, which adjusts the contrast of
the screen, is 0 to 4.
✍ Note
Backlight Settings
1
2
3
1
2
3
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1
2
3
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select P.saver screen.
Press the SELECT button until the desired screen
power save time appears.
● Off → 15 sec → 30 sec → 45 sec → 1 min
● If the selected time elapses while playing music, the screen
switches to power save mode. In power save mode, the
music continues to play but the music information is not
displayed on the screen.
● Press the √» button in power save mode to return to the
normal playback screen.
Settings
Record Settings
Backlight-3sec
Contrast-2
P.Saver-3sec
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Fader Effect
1
2
3
Power Off Settings
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Fader Effect, and then
press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Fade, Curve,
and Duration, and then briefly press the SELECT button.
● Complete the desired setting, and then press the MENU button to go to the main menu.
● Fade: Each time the SELECT button is pressed, the selection changes as follows :
- Fade Off: Music is played back at the volume level you set.
- Fade In: Volume gradually increases only when playback starts.
- Fade Out: Volume gradually decreases at the end only.
- Fade In/Out: Volume gradually increases when playback starts and gradually
decreases at the end.
● Curve : Each time the SELECT button is pressed, the selection changes as follows :
- Linear: The speed at which the volume of music increases or decreases is fixed.
- Express slow: The speed at which the volume of music increases or decreases is slow.
- Express fast: The speed at which the volume of music increases or decreases is fast.
● Duration : Each time the SELECT button is pressed, the selection changes as follows :
3 ➔ 5 ➔ 10 ➔ 15sec
Settings
Backlight-3sec
Contrast-2
Fader
Effect
P.Saver-3sec
Fader Effect
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1
2
3
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
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Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Power off.
Press the SELECT button until the desired power-off time appears.
● Select the desired power-off time, and then press the MENU button to go to the main
menu.
OFF ➔ 30sec ➔ 1min ➔ 5min ➔ 10min ➔ 15min.
Settings
Contrast-2
P.Saver-3sec
Fader Effect
Power off-10min
Fader Effect
Fade-Off
Curve-Fast
Duration-5sec
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Restoring Default Settings
1
2
Troubleshooting
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Reset,
and then press the SELECT button.
● If you select Reset, all selected settings will be restored to the default setting.
Settings
P.Saver-3sec
Fader Effect
Power off-10min
Reset
Reset
Reset all default
Settings?
NO
Yes
Volume = 20
Repeat = Off
EQ = Off
Backlight = 5sec
Contrast = 2
Default Settings
Use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select About,
and then press the SELECT button.
● If you select About, you can check the total number of tracks, total capacity,
available capacity and software version information.
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● Reset the Player
● Connect the charger.
● Make sure the Hold switch is in the off position.
There is no sound even if I press the Play button in Music mode.
I cannot download files.
In the Menu, use the SCROLL UP/SCROLL DOWN buttons to select Settings,
and then press the SELECT button.
Fader Effect
Power off-10min
Reset
About
The player doesn't work. There is nothing showing on the display panel.
● Check if there are MP3 or WMA files on the player.
● Non-playable file formats (e.g. MPEG1 LAYER 1 file) cannot be played.
● Files that have been downloaded without using the Napster cannot be played.
Player Information
1
2
One of the messages below appears:
Connect to PC and repair firmware with recovery utility.
Connect to PC and rebuild database with recovery utility.
The message "Loading" appears and the device does not operate when you turn on
the power.
File search does not work properly in the Menu Library.
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● Check the battery's power level.
● Check if the driver is installed correctly on your PC.
Reinstall the software from the installation CD.
● Check the USB connection between the player and your PC.
● Check if there is the “unplug/eject” or “Safely Remove Hardware” icon located in your icon tray
at the bottom of your screen.
Cannot view image files.
● Files downloaded without using Multimedia Studio cannot be viewed on the screen.
About
Tracks
Capacity
Available
Version
106
3.8GB
3.8GB
0.15
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Troubleshooting
The Backlight is off.
● Please check the Backlight settings.
● Backlight is automatically disabled for longer playback in case of low battery power.
The playback time display during playback does not seem right.
● Check if you are not playing a VBR (Variable Bit Rate) file. VBR files are only partially supported.
The LCD window is too dark.
● Check the contrast in the Menu.
● Please check if the player is in power save mode.
During playback, some unknown characters are displayed on the display panel.
● Unsupported languages will be indicated by an asterisk ( ✻ ).
A "/Noartist/Noalbum" file path appears on the playback screen in place of the
selected music file's song title.
● There is no ID3 tag information for the music file. Edit the song title, artist, and album
information of the song.
It takes a long time when I search songs by Song Title, Artist, or Album.
● If there are many music files on your player, it may take longer to read them .
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Specifications
Model
Internal Memory Capacity
Built-in Rechargeable Battery Capacity
Voltage
Dimensions/Weight
Case
File Transfer Speed
Signal to Noise Ratio
Earphone Jack Output Power
Output Frequency Range
Temperature Range
File Support
YH-820
5GB
650mAh
3.7V (Li-ion Rechargeable Battery)
1.96”X 0.54” X 3.47”/2.98oz
Aluminum/Plastic
Max. 50Mbps
90dB with 20KHz LPF(based on 1KHz OdB)
12mW(16Ω)
22Hz~20KHz
-5~ +35°C(23~95F)
MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer3(8Kbps ~ 320Kbps, 8KHz ~ 48KHz)
WMA (48Kbps ~ 192Kbps, 8KHz ~ 48KHz)
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The product unit accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain intellectual property
rights of certain third parties. In particular, this product is licensed under the following US patents:
5,991,715, 5,740,317, 4,972,484, 5,214,678, 5,323,396, 5,539,829, 5,606,618, 5,530,655,
5,777,992, 6,289,308, 5,610,985, 5,481,643, 5,544,247, 5,960,037, 6,023,490, 5,878,080, and
under US Published Patent Application No. 2001-44713-A1.
This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for licensed
contents. No rights are granted for commercial use. The license does not cover any product unit
other than this product unit and the license does not extend to any unlicensed product unit or
process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in combination with
this product unit. The license only covers the use of this product unit to encode and/or decode
audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are granted under
this license for product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or
ISO/IEC 13818-3.
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Safety Information
Safety Information
FCC
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Caution: Any changes or modifications in
construction of this device which are not
expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment
Note: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frquency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications, However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
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If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the grantee of this device could
void the user’s authority to operate the device.
Compliance
This product conforms to the following
Council Directive:
◆
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
◆
◆
Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
Declaration of Conformity
◆
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
◆
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC(EMC)
Name: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Address: 416, Maetan-3Dong, Paldal-Gu, Suwon
City, Kyungki-Do, Korea 442-742
declares under its sole responsibility that the
product
Trade Name: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Model Number: YH-820
has been tested according to the
FCC/CISPR22/95 requirements for Class B
devices and found compliant with the following
standards
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EMI/EMC: AnSI C63.4 1992, FCC Part 15
Subpart B
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1.This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
2.This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may
cause undesirable operation.
Party Responsible for Product Compliance
Samsung Electronics America
QA Lab.
3351 Michelson Dr. Suite #290
Irvine, CA92612
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Samsung warrants this product as free of
defects in material, design and workmanship
for a period of twelve(12) months from the
original date of purchase.
If during the period of warranty this product
proves defective under normal use and service,
you should return the product to the retailer
from whom it was originally purchased. The liability of Samsung and its appointed maintenance company is limited to the cost of repair
and/or replacement of the unit under warranty.
Return of the product for defective reasons
should be to the original purchaser; however,
Samsung Authorized Dealers and Authorized
Service Centers will comply with the warranty
on the terms issued to purchasers in the country concerned. For further information relating
to the Authorized Service Centers contact;
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
WARRANTY CONDITIONS:
1.The warranty is only valid when the warranty
card is properly completed, and upon presentation
of the proof of purchase consisting of original
invoice or sales slip confirmation, indicating the
date of purchase, dealer’s name, model, serial No.
and product number.
Samsung reserves the right to refuse warranty service if this information has been removed or
changed after the original purchase of the product
from the dealer.
2.Samsung's obligations are to the repair of the
defective part, and at its discretion, replacement of
the product (service exchange unit).
3.Warranty repairs must be carried out by an
Authorized Samsung Dealer/Service Center. No
reimbursement will be made for repairs carried out
by non Samsung Centers, and warranty coverage
will not be valid for any repairs or damage caused
by such repairs.
4.Repair or replacement under the terms of this
warranty does not give right to extension to or a
new starting of the period of warranty. Repair or
direct replacement under the terms of this warranty
may be fulfilled with functionally equivalent service
exchange units.
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5. The warranty is not applicable in cases
other than defects in material, design and
workmanship. The warranty does not cover
the following:
◆ Periodic checks, maintenance, repair and
replacement of parts due to normal wear and
tear.
◆ Abuse or misuse, including but not solely
limited to the failure to use this product for its
normal purposed or in accordance with
Samsung's instructions usage and maintenance.
◆
Use of the product in conjunction with
accessories not approved by Samsung for
use with this product.
◆
Unauthorized modifications carried out for
the product to comply with local or national
technical standards in countries for which the
Samsung product was not originally designed.
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◆
Repairs performed by non-authorized service centers such as opening of the product by
a non-authorized person.
◆
The model, serial No. and product number
on the product has been altered, deleted,
removed or made illegible.
6. This warranty does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights nor the consumers
rights against the dealer from their
purchase/sales agreement.
◆ Failure of the product arising from incorrect
installationor use not consistent with technical
or safety standardsin current force, or failure
to comply with productmanual instructions.
◆ Accidents, Acts of God or any cause
beyond the control of Samsung caused by
lightning, water, fire, public disturbances and
improper ventilation.
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THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER
THAN THOSE LISTED AND DESCRIBED ABOVE,
AND NO WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED,INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL APPLY AFTER THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIODS STATED ABOVE, AND NO OTHER
EXPRESS WARRANTY OR GUARANTY GIVEN
BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION
WITH RESPECT TO THIS PRODUCT SHALL BE
BINDING ON SAMSUNG, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS,FAILURE TO REALIZE SAVINGS OR OTHER
BENEFITS, OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED
BY THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE
THIS PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL
THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND
EVEN IF SAMSUNG HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL
RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST SAMSUNG
BE GREATER IN AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD BY
SAMSUNG AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING,
PURCHASER
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ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR
LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PURCHASER AND PURCHASER’S PROPERTY
AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY
ARISING OUT OF THE USE, MISUSE OR
INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT SOLD
BY SAMSUNG NOT CAUSED DIRECTLY
BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF SAMSUNG.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT
EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE
ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS PRODUCT, IS NONTRANSFERABLE AND
STATES YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
To obtain warranty service, please contact
SAMSUNG at:
Samsung Electronics America, Inc.
400 Valley Road, Suite 201 Mount Arlington,
NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
081299
ENG
YH820‡»` AME
Some states do not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
This product is for personal use only, and is
only for use in compliance with the limitations of copyright and other laws.
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