Operating instructions SONY NWZ-B135

Operating instructions SONY NWZ-B135
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Manual abstract:
For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product. Applicable accessories: Headphones 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 frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. @@@@· Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. @@@@The
recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a
permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated
properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For all other
batteries, please view the section on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of waste batteries.
For more detailed information about recycling of this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product. Declaration of Conformity SONY NWZ-B133F/B135F Sony Electronics Inc. 16530 Via Esprillo, San Diego CA 92127
U.S.A.
Telephone Number: 858-942-2230 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.
Trade Name: Model No.: Responsible Party: Address: Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the European Union and other European countries with
separate collection systems) This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as
household waste. Notice for customers: the following information is only applicable to equipment sold in countries applying EU directives The manufacturer
of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service
or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents. Notice for users · The recorded song is limited to private
use only. Use of the song beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders. · Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or
damaged file due to problems of the player or computer. · Depending on the types of the text and characters, the text shown on the player may not be
displayed properly on device. This is due to: The capacity of the connected player. The player is not functioning normally. Content information is written in
the language or the character that is not supported by the player. On sample audio data The player is pre-installed with sample audio data.
To delete this audio data, delete it using Windows Explorer. If you delete sample audio data, you cannot restore it. We cannot supply any replacement data.
On static electricity from the human body On rare occasions, you may not be able to operate the player due to strong static electricity from the human body. If
this happens, leave the player for about 30 seconds to one minute. You will then be able to operate the player normally again. Table of Contents Getting
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..71 Getting Started Thank you for purchasing the NWZ-B133/B135/B133F/B135F*1. By transferring songs from your computer to the player, you can enjoy
them wherever you go. You can also listen to FM radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) and record voice using the player. About the serial number The serial
number provided for the player is required for the customer registration. The number is shown on the rear of the player. Note on formatting the player · Do
not format the built-in flash memory using Windows Explorer. If you format the built-in flash memory, format it on the player ( page 46). · The Operation
Guide (PDF file) is stored in the built-in flash memory of the player.
If the built-in flash memory is formatted, all files including the Operation Guide (PDF file) will be erased. Be sure to verify the files stored in memory prior to
formatting, and export necessary files to the hard disk of your computer or other device. If you format the built-in flash memory of the player by accident,
download the Operation Guide (PDF file) from the support web site ( page 47) and store it in the built-in flash memory of the player. Supplied Accessories
Please check the accessories in the package. Headphones (1) Operation Guide (this manual)*2 (1) Quick Start Guide*3 (1) *1 Depending on the
country/region in which you have purchased the player, some models may not be available. *2 Depending on the country/region in which you have purchased
the player, the Operation Guide is supplied only by PDF file in the player's memory (not a printed manual). *3 The Quick Start Guide is not supplied when
your Operation Guide is supplied by a printed manual. Parts and Controls Front Rear Headphones REC/STOP button ( pages 36, 39) Starts/stops recording.
You can record the sound from the microphone or the currently received FM program (NWZ-B133F/B135F only). Adjusts the volume.
Power Illuminator Illuminated by LED ( page 44). The pattern of the illumination varies according to the operation. Returns to the previous menu.
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Press and hold this button to display the HOME menu. RESET button ( page 47) VOL +*1/ button BASS button ( page 28) BACK/HOME*2 button ( page 13)
Resets the player when you press the RESET button withattery icon.
appears next to the The battery power decreases as shown by the battery icon. If "LOW BATTERY" appears, you cannot operate the player. In this case,
charge the battery by connecting to your computer. Notes To USB connector · Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of between 5 ºC to 35 ºC (41°F to
95°F). · The number of times the battery can be recharged before it is used up is approximately 500 times.
This number differs, depending on the conditions under which you use the player. · The battery indicator on the display is only an estimate. For example, one
section of black in the indicator will not always indicate exactly one-fourth of the battery's charge. · "DATA ACCESS" appears in the display while the player
accesses the computer. Do not disconnect the player while "DATA ACCESS" appears or the file being transferred may be destroyed. · The control buttons on
the player are all disabled while it is connected to ang on your computer environment. · It may take time to start up the player or display the file/folder list
when many files or folders are stored on the player. Playing Music Playing Music You can listen to transferred songs on the player. The transferred songs are
stored in "Music Library." / button Playing Music BACK/HOME button button Note · Before playing back songs: Disconnect the player from the computer.
Release the HOLD function ( page 11). Turn on the player ( page 16). Confirm that the battery power is not low or exhausted ( page 15). If it is low or
exhausted, recharge the battery ( page 14). 18 Continued 19 PlayingMusic(continued) Searching for songs You can search for desired songs in various ways,
such as by folder, artist, album name, etc. Hint · You can edit or change ID3 tag information and the playlist using Windows Media Player 10 or 11. For
details about usage, or support on Windows Media Player, refer to the Windows Media Player information from the following web site:
http://support.microsoft.com/ PlayingMusic 1 2 PressandholdtheBACK/HOMEbuttonuntiltheHOMEmenuappears. Pressthe/buttontoselect thebuttontoconfirm.
· · · · · · · · Notes (MusicLibrary),andthenpress The following lists appear. "Now Playing": Plays back the last file you listened to. "Folder": Search for songs
by folder. "All Songs": Searches for songs by song name. "Artist": Searches for songs by artist.
"Album": Searches for songs by album. "Playlists"*1: Search for songs by playlist. "Genre": Search for songs by genre. "Release Year": Search for songs by
release year. · Only songs that have ID3 tag information can be automatically classified by the player.
· If the song does not have artist or album information, "Unknown" appears. If the song does not have a song name, name it on your computer. · The player
can display up to a combined total of 2,000 files and folders, and folders of up to 8 levels. Although you can transfer more files or folders to the player, the
player cannot display or play any files, folders, or levels that exceed this limit. · It may take time to start up the player or display the file/folder list when many
files or folders are stored on the player. To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. *1 The playlists that are created on HiFi component
systems cannot be transferred. 3 4 20 Pressthe/buttontoselectanitem,andthenpressthe buttontoconfirm. To find the song you want, repeat this step.
Pressthe/buttontoselectasong,andthenpressthe buttontoconfirm.
Playback starts. Continued 21 Playing Music (continued) Display When playing back a song On other operations for playback To Pause the song Restart
playback Skip to the beginning of the current (or next) song Fast-rewind (or fast-forward) the current song Button operation Press the button. Press the
button while the song is paused. Press the () button. Press and hold the () button during playback and release it at the desired point. When fast-rewinding or
fast-forwarding a song Playing Music Song title/File name indication Playback range indication Displays the playback range. Displays playback progress.
Displays the song title or file name currently being played back. Current song number indication Displays the song number currently selected or being played
back. Displays the current play mode icon ( page 25).
If the play mode is set to "Normal," no icon appears. Hint · The player offers a variety of play modes, including random play and selected repeat play ( page
25). You can also change the sound quality with the equalizer settings ( page 27) or the Bass function ( page 28). Play mode indication Playback progress bar
Elapsed time Full length of the song/file Playing status indication Displays the current play mode (: playback, : pause, (): fast-rewind (or fast-forward), ():
skip to the beginning of the current (or next) song). Bass function/equalizer mode indication Displays whether the Bass function ( page 28) is activated or
which equalizer mode is activated ( page 27).
Displays the remaining battery power. Remaining battery indication Continued Playing Music (continued) Setting the Play Mode The player offers a variety
of play modes, including random play and selected repeat play. List of play modes Setting item/Icon "Normal"/No icon Repeat all/ Repeat 1 song/ Repeat
shuffle all/ Description After the current song ends, all songs in the selected folder/ album/artist are played once. (Default setting) After the current song ends,
all songs in the selected folder/ album/artist are played repeatedly. Playing Music 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears.
Press the / button to select button to confirm. (Settings), and then press the 1 SHUF The current song is played repeatedly. After the current song ends, all
songs in the selected folder/ album/artist are played in random order. Press the / button to select "Music Settings," and then press the button to confirm. Press
the / button to select "Play Mode," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select the desired play mode, and then press the button to
confirm. To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. Continued Playing Music (continued) Setting the Sound Quality Setting the Equalizer
Setting You can set your desired sound quality to match the song, etc.
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List of equalizer settings Setting item/Icon "None"/No icon "Heavy"/ "Pop"/ "Jazz"/ Description Turns off the equalizer (Default setting). Emphasizes high
and low ranges for a more powerful sound.
Stresses the middle range audio, ideal for vocals. Emphasizes high and low ranges for a lively sound. Emphasizes high and low ranges, so that even soft
sound can be heard easily. User-customizable sound settings. When you press the / button to select "Edit," and then press the button, you can edit the sound
setting. To edit the sound setting, press the / button to select the band (5 bands: 100 Hz to 10 kHz) and press the button to confirm. Then press the / button to
select the sound level (7 levels: -3 to +3) and press the button to confirm. Repeat this step to set the sound level of every band. If you return to the previous
menu using the BACK/HOME button after setting the sound level, the setting you have changed will be canceled. Be sure to press the button to confirm.
Playing Music 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears. Press the / button to select button to confirm. (Settings), and then
press the "Unique"/ "Custom"/ Press the / button to select "Music Settings," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select "Equalizer," and
then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select the desired equalizer setting, and then press the button to confirm.
To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. Notes · If you turn on the Bass function while the equalizer setting is activated, the equalizer
setting is disabled temporarily. The equalizer setting will be resumed by disabling the Bass function. · While the Bass function is activated, you cannot change
the equalizer setting. Continued Playing Music (continued) Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) Activating the Bass Function You can
also emphasize low range by pressing the BASS button.
With each press, the Bass function is activated or deactivated. Hint · At high volume, the effect of the Bass function is limited for hearing safety. Listening to
FM Radio in the Manual Tuning Mode Be sure to connect the headphones to the player, or the player cannot receive any FM signal. Listening/Recording FM
Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) Notes · If you turn on the Bass function while the equalizer setting is activated, the equalizer setting is disabled temporarily.
The equalizer setting will be resumed by disabling the Bass function. · When the Bass function is activated, the power illuminator lights up ( page 44).
However, it does not light up during FM reception. 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears. Press the / button to select
button to confirm. (FM), and then press the Check that "Manual" is selected, and then press the button to confirm.
The player enters the manual tuning mode. Frequency Preset number Note · The preset number is shown only when the current frequency is already preset (
page 31). Continued Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) (continued) Press the / button to select the previous (or next) frequency. The
frequency is changed by 0.1 MHz. To Select the next frequency Select the previous frequency Select the next receivable broadcast station Select the previous
receivable broadcast station Button operation Press the button. Press the button. Press and hold the button. Press and hold the button. Listening to FM Radio
in the Preset Tuning Mode Presetting Desired Broadcast Stations Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) You can automatically preset up
to 30 receivable broadcast stations (P01 to P30) in your area using the "FM Auto Preset" function.
When you use the FM tuner for the first time, or when you move to a new area, we recommend presetting receivable broadcast stations using the "FM Auto
Preset" function. Note · The "FM Auto Preset" operation will delete previously preset broadcast stations. Hints · By pressing and holding the () button during
FM reception, the previous (or next) broadcast station is found. If the broadcast station is receivable, the signal is accepted. · By pressing the button during
FM reception, the player pauses the FM reception.
If you press the button again, the player resumes FM reception. To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. To improve the reception The
headphone's cord serves as the antenna, so extend it as far as possible. 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears. Press the /
button to select button to confirm.
(Settings), and then press the Press the / button to select "FM Settings," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select "FM Auto Preset,"
and then press the button to confirm. 0 Continued 1 Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) (continued) Press the / button to select "OK,"
and then press the button to confirm. The receivable broadcast stations will be preset in order from low to high frequency. "COMPLETE" appears when
presetting is completed, then the lowest frequency preset station is received. To preset broadcasting stations manually Hint · By pressing the button during
FM reception, the player pauses the FM reception. If you press the button again, the player resumes FM reception. 1 Select the desired frequency ( page 29,
35). Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) Press the BACK/HOME button to return to the FM menu, press the / button to select "Add
Preset," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select the preset number you want to assign to the current frequency, and then press the
button to confirm.
If you select a preset number that is already assigned to another frequency, the message confirming whether to replace the setting appears. Selecting "OK"
and pressing the button will replace the setting. Note · The preset number is always sorted from low to high frequency order. To stop automatic presetting
Select "Cancel" in step 5 and press the button to confirm. To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. Continued
Listening/RecordingFMRadio(NWZ-B133F/B135Fonly)(continued) To delete a preset broadcast station Selecting Broadcast Stations in the Preset Tuning
Mode You cannot select broadcast stations if no broadcast stations are preset. Preset the receivable stations using the "FM Auto Preset" function ( page 31),
or preset the broadcast stations manually ( page 33). Listening/RecordingFMRadio(NWZ-B133F/B135Fonly) 1 2 3 4 StartFMreception(page29,35).
PresstheBACK/HOMEbuttontoreturntotheFMmenu,pressthe /buttontoselect"DeletePreset,"andthenpressthebutton toconfirm.
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Pressthe/buttontoselectthepresetnumberyouwantto delete,andthenpressthebuttontoconfirm.
Pressthe/buttontoselect"OK,"andthenpressthebutton toconfirm. The preset broadcast station is deleted. 1 2 3
PressandholdtheBACK/HOMEbuttonuntiltheHOMEmenuappears. Pressthe/buttontoselect (FM),andthenpressthe buttontoconfirm.
Pressthe/buttontoselect"Preset"andthenpressthe buttontoconfirm.
The player enters the preset tuning mode. Note · You can preset/delete broadcast stations only during FM reception. Preset Number 4 34
Pressthe/buttontoselecttheprevious(ornext)preset number. Continued 35 Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) (continued) Recording FM
Radio Playing Back Recorded FM Radio Programs 1 Press and hold the REC/STOP button while listening to the station you want to record. The player goes
to standby for recording.
Press the REC/STOP button. Recording starts. To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button. The recording is saved as a file named FRnnnn*1.wav in the
[Record] - [FM] folder. *1 File names are automatically assigned from "FR0001.wav" to "FR9999.wav." Hints · You can also record FM radio by pressing
briefly the REC/STOP button in step 1, selecting "OK," and pressing the button to confirm. · Recording in poor reception areas may result in noise.
Record in a stronger reception areas. · To pause recording, press the button. Press it again to resume recording. 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button
until the HOME menu appears. Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) Press the / button to select button to confirm. (FM), and then press
the Press the / button to select "Play Rec Data," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select a recorded FM radio program you want, and
then press the button to confirm. Hint · To listen to all recorded FM radio programs, select "Play All" in step 4. To return to the previous menu Press the
BACK/HOME button. Notes · If you rename files of the [Record] folder on your computer, or put files which have been imported to your computer back into
the [Record] folder, you may not be able to play them on the player.
· The programs and sound files recorded by the player can be played back on the player or on a computer. · You cannot change the bit rate for recording FM
programs. Only "High" is available. Continued Listening/Recording FM Radio (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) (continued) To delete recorded FM radio
programs Listening/Recording Voice Recording Sound You can record sound from the microphone of the player and play recorded sound files using the
"Voice" menu. The recorded sound will be encoded into ADPCM format.
Note · You cannot record sound during FM reception (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) or in the "Setting" function. Change the function to "Voice" or "Music
Library" to record sound. 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears. Press the / button to select button to confirm. (FM), and
then press the Listening/Recording Voice Press the / button to select "Delete Rec Data," and then press the button to confirm.
Press the / button to select the recorded FM radio program you want to delete, and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select "OK," and
then press the button to confirm. The selected FM radio program is deleted. 1 In the "Voice" or "Music Library" function, press and hold the REC/STOP
button. The player goes to standby for recording. Press the REC/STOP button. Recording starts. To stop recording, press the REC/STOP button. The
recording is saved as a file named VRnnnn*1.wav in the [Record] [Voice] folder.
*1 File names are automatically assigned from "VR0001.wav" to "VR9999.wav." Hints · To delete all recorded FM radio programs, select "Delete All" in step
4. · To stop deleting, select "Cancel" in step 5. Hints · You can also record sound by pressing briefly the REC/STOP button in step 1, selecting "OK," and
pressing the button to confirm. · To pause recording, press the button. Press it again to resume recording. · You can change the bit rate of the audio file. For
details, see "Rec Settings"( page 43).
Continued Listening/Recording Voice (continued) To delete the recorded sound files Notes · If you rename files of the [Record] folder on your computer, or
put files which have been imported to your computer back into the [Record] folder, you may not be able to play them on the player. · The programs and sound
files recorded by the player can be played back on the player or on a computer. Playing Back the Recorded Sound Files 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME
button until the HOME menu appears. Press the / button to select button to confirm. (Voice), and then press the Press the / button to select "Play Rec Data,"
and then press the button to confirm.
Press the / button to select a recorded sound file you want, and then press the button to confirm. 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME
menu appears. Press the / button to select button to confirm. (Voice), and then press the Listening/Recording Voice Press the / button to select "Delete Rec
Data," and then press the button to confirm. Press the / button to select the recorded sound file you want to delete, and then press the button to confirm.
Press the / button to select "OK," and then press the button to confirm. The selected sound file is deleted. Hints · To delete all recorded sound files, select
"Delete All" in step 4. · To stop deleting, select "Cancel" in step 5. Hint · To listen to all recorded sound files, select "Play All" in step 4. To return to the
previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. 0 1 Settings Changing the Settings You can change the various settings using the "Settings" menu. The
following procedure is the basic way to change settings. "FM Settings" (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) Setting "ScanSensitivity" Description Adjusts sensitivity to
find broadcast stations. If the player does not find your desired broadcast station due to weak reception, set to "High.
" If the reception is too sensitive and the player receives signals from unwanted stations, set to "Low." "High" is set by default. Presets receivable broadcast
stations automatically. For details, see "Presetting Desired Broadcast Stations"( page 31). 1 2 3 4
PressandholdtheBACK/HOMEbuttonuntiltheHOMEmenuappears. Pressthe/buttontoselect buttontoconfirm. (Settings),andthenpressthe "FMAutoPreset"
Settings Pressthe/buttontoselecttheitemyouwant,andthenpress thebuttontoconfirm.
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Repeatstep3andchangeitsvalue,andthenpressthebuttonto confirmeachtime. "Rec Settings" Setting "VoiceRecordCodec" (voicerecordsettings) Description
Selects a level of recording quality from "Low," "Mid," or "High." The higher the level is, the more memory the player uses for recording sound.
"Mid" is set by default. To return to the previous menu Press the BACK/HOME button. "Music Settings" Setting "PlayMode" "Equalizer" Description Selects
a variety of play modes, including random play and selected repeat play. For details, see "Setting the Play Mode"( page 24). Selects a desired sound quality
according to the music genre, etc.
For details, see "Setting the Sound Quality"( page 26). 42 Continued 43 Settings (continued) "Common Settings" Setting "Set Date-Time" Description Adjusts
the date and time. To set a numerical value, use the / button. To move the highlighted slider, use the button. Sets "AVLS(Volume Limit)" (Automatic Volume
Limiter System) on or off.
"AVLS ON" limits the maximum volume to prevent disturbing others nearby, while still providing a comfortable listening volume level. "AVLS OFF" is set by
default. Sets the beep sound when buttons are pressed to on/off. To turn on the beep sound, set to "Beep ON." To turn off the beep sound, set to "Beep OFF."
"Beep ON" is set by default. Sets the power save setting. When set to "Save ON Normal," the power save screen appears in the display when no operation is
performed for about 15 seconds. When set to "Save ON Super," the screen goes blank when no operation is performed for about 15 seconds. This setting
consumes the least battery power.
When set to "Save OFF," the icon(s) or letter(s) appears in the display constantly during playback or FM reception (NWZ-B133F/B135F only). "Save ON
Normal" is set by default. Turns the power illuminator on/off. To turn on the power illuminator, set to "LED ON." To turn off the power illuminator, set to
"LED OFF." "LED ON" is set by default. Setting "Contrast" Description Adjusts the screen contrast. To adjust the numerical value, use the / button. You can
adjust the contrast of the screen (+7 to -7). Sets the rate of battery charging.
When set to "High-Power 500mA," the player will be charged at 500 milliampere per second. The player will be charged quickly. When set to "Low-Power
100mA," the player will be charged at 100 milliampere per second. Although the player is charged slower, the stability of data transferring will be improved.
"High-Power 500 mA" is set by default.
"USB Bus Powered" "AVLS(Volume Limit)" Settings "Beep" "Power Save Mode" "Information" Information such as the model name, built-in flash memory
capacity, and firmware version can be displayed. @@@@@@You can format the built-in flash memory of the player. @@@@@@@@@@Charge the
battery before formatting. @@@@· Audio data is damaged. Delete the audio file(s) then transfer again.
@@· The HOLD switch is set to the direction of the arrow (). @@· The player contains moisture condensation. Wait a few hours to let the player dry. · The
remaining battery power is low or insufficient. Charge the battery power by connecting to the computer ( page 14). @@@@@@Cause/Remedy · The volume
level is set to zero. Turn the volume up ( page 10). · The headphone jack is not connected properly. Connect the headphone jack properly ( page 10). · The
headphone plug is dirty.
Clean the headphone plug with a soft dry cloth. · No audio files are stored in the built-in flash memory. @@· The battery power is consumed. Charge the
battery fully ( page 15). @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@· The wrong language is selected. @@@@@@@@Wait for a few seconds, then
turn on the power. · The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery power by connecting to the computer ( page 14). @@· Delete unnecessary
files. @@At least 20 MB of free space is necessary to function normally.
@@channel of the headphones. Or the If the headphones are not connected correctly, sound will not right channel sound is heard from be output properly.
Connect the headphones into the jack both sides of the headphones. until it clicks ( page 10). Playback has stopped suddenly.
· The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery power by connecting to the computer ( page 14). · The remaining battery power is low or
insufficient. Charge the battery power by connecting to the computer ( page 14). The player cannot format.
Display Symptom The title of a song is not displayed correctly. Cause/Remedy · If unsupported characters are included in the title, the title will be displayed
without the unsupported characters. Rename the title with appropriate characters on the computer. 50 Continued 51 Troubleshooting (continued) Power
(continued) Symptom Battery life is short. Cause/Remedy · The operating temperature is below 5 °C (41°F). Battery life becomes shorter due to the battery
characteristics. This is not malfunction. · Battery charging time is not enough. appears. Charge the battery until · By adjusting the settings or managing the
power supply properly, it is possible to save battery power and use the player for a longer time ( page 44).
· The battery needs to be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony dealer. · Copyright-protected contents are being played. When copyright-protected contents are
played, battery life may be shorter. · The player is not connected to a USB port on your computer properly. Disconnect the player, and then reconnect it. · The
battery is charged in an ambient temperature outside the range of 5 °C (41°F) to 35 °C (95°F). Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of between 5 °C
(41°F) to 35 °C (95°F). · Your computer is not on. Turn on the computer.
· Your computer enters Sleep or hibernate status. Release the computer from Sleep or hibernate status. Recording Symptom "MEMORY FULL" is displayed
even though the maximum recording time is not reached. Cause/Remedy · The player can display up to a combined total of 999 files and folders. Although you
can transfer more files or folders to the player, the player cannot display or play any files, folders, or levels that exceed this limit.
Delete unnecessary files until the combined total of files and folders becomes 999 or less. Export the recorded files to a computer. · Due to system restrictions,
the remaining recording time may not improve if only short files are deleted. · There is not enough free space in the built-in flash memory. Delete unnecessary
files.
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Export the recorded files to a computer. Necessary free space may vary, depending on the bit rate or recording time. · The player can display up to a
combined total of 999 files and folders. Although you can transfer more files or folders to the player, the player cannot display or play any files, folders, or
levels that exceed this limit. Delete unnecessary files until the combined total of files and folders becomes 999 or less. Export the recorded files to a computer.
· The player is connected to a computer. Disconnect the player from the computer. The remaining recording time remains the same even though files are
deleted. Cannot record.
Troubleshooting The player cannot charge the battery. Charging completes very quickly. · If the battery is already almost fully charged when charging begins,
little time is needed to reach full charge. Continued Troubleshooting (continued) Recording (continued) Symptom Cause/Remedy · When you record many
short files, they may be recorded with The combined total of the automatically inserted blank spaces between files due to system recorded time and the
remaining restrictions. @@maximum recording time. Recorded files cannot be deleted. @@Delete the data using Windows Explorer. · The battery power is
low or exhausted. Charge the battery fully ( page 14). @@@@@@Disconnect the player, and then reconnect it.
· A USB hub is being used. @@However, a USB hub that supplies power can be used. · The USB port on your computer may have a problem.
@@@@Disconnect the player, and then reconnect it. · A USB hub is being used.
@@However, a USB hub that supplies power can be used. · Another application is running on the computer. Disconnect the player, wait a few minutes, and
reconnect it. @@to the player from your computer. This happens to protect data information.
Disconnect the player, then reconnect it. @@Make sure that "DATA ACCESS" or "CONNECTED USB" appears on the display. Disconnect the player, and
then reconnect it. · There is not enough free space in the built-in flash memory. Delete unnecessary songs to increase free space. · Abnormal file(s) exists on
the player. Transfer your necessary files back to your computer and format the player ( page 46). · An audio file is damaged. Delete the audio file then
transfer it again. When transferring the audio file, close any other applications to avoid file damage.
Continued Troubleshooting (continued) Connection with the computer (continued) Symptom Only a small number of songs can be transferred to the player.
Cause/Remedy · There is not enough free space in the built-in flash memory. Delete unnecessary songs to increase free space. · Non-audio data is stored in
the built-in flash memory. Move non-audio files to the computer to increase free space. · A USB hub is being used. @@However, a USB hub that supplies
power can be used. Other Symptom Cause/Remedy There is no beep sound when the · "Beep" is set to "Beep OFF." player is operated. Set "Beep" to "Beep
ON" ( page 44).
The player gets warm. · The player may be warm when the battery is being charged and just after charging. The player also may become warm when a large
amount of files are transferred. This is normal and is not cause for concern. Set the player aside for a while to allow it to cool down.
· If you left the player for a while with the battery used up, the date and time may be reset. This is not a malfunction. Charge the battery until appears on the
screen ( page 14) and set the date and time again ( page 44). · You moved, deleted, or renamed the system files. Or, the built-in flash memory of the player
was formatted using other than the "Format" menu of the player.
If you do any of the above operations, the system will be restructured and all settings of the player will be reset when you disconnect the player from the
computer or other devices. If the player does not function normally after you format the player using other than the "Format" menu of the player, format the
built-in flash memory using the "Format" menu of the player ( page 46). The player becomes unstable while it is connected to the computer. FM Tuner (NWZB133F/B135F only) Symptom You cannot hear the FM broadcast well. Reception is weak and sound quality is poor. Cause/Remedy · The receiving frequency
is not fully tuned in. Select the frequency manually to improve reception ( page 29). · The radio signal is weak. Listen to the FM broadcast near a window
since the signal may be weak inside buildings or vehicles. · The headphone cord is not extended enough.
The headphone cord functions as an antenna. Extend the headphone cord as far as possible. · A device emitting radio signals, such as a mobile phone is being
used near the player. The date and time have been reset. Troubleshooting All settings of the player have been reset. The FM broadcast is affected by
interference. Continued Troubleshooting (continued) To initialize (format) the player Be sure to format the built-in flash memory using the "Settings" menu on
this player, following the procedure below. (Check all contents before formatting, as all data stored will be erased.) Message CANNOT EXCUTE Meaning
Remedy 1 Press and hold the BACK/HOME button until the HOME menu appears. · Change the function to "FM", and then · You are trying to preset/ delete
broadcast stations preset/delete broadcast stations.
while the player is not in the · Disable the Bass function, and then change FM function. the equalizer setting. · You are trying to change the equalizer setting
while the Bass function is activated. The battery is being charged. This is not an error.
Wait until the battery is charged fully. However, you can use the player with the battery not charged fully. This message appears while the built-in flash
memory is being accessed. Please wait for access to complete. Transfer the normal audio file back to the computer and then format the built-in flash memory.
If the song which cannot be played is unnecessary, you can delete it from the builtin flash memory. 2 Select (Settings) "Initialize" "Format" "OK," in this
order. CHARGING Press the / button to select the item, and then press the button to confirm. After selecting "OK" and confirming, "FORMATTING..."
appears and formatting starts. When formatting is complete, "COMPLETE" appears. Troubleshooting DATA ACCESS Accessing the built-in flash memory.
An unauthorized distribution file is detected for copyright protection.
You are trying to play a song that has an expiration/ playback time restriction. DRM ERROR Messages Follow the instructions below if a message appears in
the display.
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Message AVLS (blinks) Meaning The volume level exceeds the rated value while "AVLS(Volume Limit)" is enabled. Remedy Turn the volume down or disable
"AVLS(Volume Limit)" ( page 44). EXPIRED Continued Troubleshooting (continued) Message FILE ERROR Meaning · The file cannot be read. · The file is
not normal. · The player cannot play certain files because of incompatible formats. · Transferring has been interrupted. File systems have been corrupted due
to invalid formatting. Remedy · Transfer the normal audio file back to the computer and then format the player.
· If the song which cannot be played is unnecessary, you can delete it from the built-in flash memory. Message Meaning Remedy FORMAT ERROR HOLD
The player cannot be operated To operate the player, slide the HOLD switch to the opposite position ( page 11). because the HOLD switch is set to the HOLD
position. The battery is low. Charge the battery ( page 14).
· There is not enough free · Connect the player to the computer and space in the built-in flash delete any unnecessary songs to increase memory. free space on
the player. · You are trying to record the · You cannot record more than a combined FM radio (NWZ-B133F/ total of 999 files and folders. Connect the B135F
only) or sound while player to the computer and delete any the player has a combined unnecessary songs or files. total of 2,000 files and folders.
· Delete unnecessary files. MEMORY IS FULL · The data base cannot be REMOVE CONTENT At least 20 MB of free space is necessary to made because the
memory function normally. of the player is full. You can check the free space by clicking · You are trying to record the [My Computer], right-clicking FM
radio (NWZ-B133F/ [WALKMAN] or [Removable Disk], and B135F only) or sound while then opening the [Properties] window by the player has a combined
left-clicking. total of 2,000 files and · You cannot record more than a combined folders. total of 999 files and folders. Connect the player to the computer and
delete any unnecessary songs or files. NO DATA NO ITEM READ ONLY CONNECTED USB There are no audio files in the built-in flash memory. No song
exists in the selected item. Transfer audio files.
Transfer audio files. Troubleshooting LOW BATTERY MEMORY FULL You are trying to delete [Read- Delete the data using Windows Explorer. only] songs.
The player is connected to a computer. This is not an error. You cannot operate the controls on the player while connected to a computer. 60 61 Additional
Information Precautions On safety · Be sure not to short-circuit the terminals of the player with other metallic objects. · Do not touch the rechargeable battery
with bare hands if it is leaking. Since battery liquid may remain in the player, consult your nearest Sony dealer if the battery has leaked. If the liquid gets into
your eyes, do not rub your eyes as it may lead to blindness.
Wash out your eyes with clean water, and consult a doctor. Also, if the liquid gets on to your body or clothes, wash it off immediately. If you do not, it may
cause burns or injury. If you get burned or injured by the liquid from the battery, consult a doctor. · Do not pour water or put any foreign object in the player.
Doing so may cause fire or electric shock. If this occurs, turn off the player immediately, and consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony Service Center. · Do
not put the player into the fire. · Do not take apart or remodel the player. Doing so can result in electric shock.
Consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony Service Center for exchange of rechargeable batteries, internal checks or repair. · When using the player,
remember to follow the precautions below in order to avoid warping the cabinet or causing the player to malfunction. Make sure not to sit down with the
player in your back pocket. Make sure not to put the player into a bag with the headphones/earphones cord wrapped around it and then subject the bag to
strong impact. Additional Information On installation · Do not put any heavy object on top of the player or apply a strong shock to the player. It may cause a
player to malfunction or damage. · Never use the player where it will be subjected to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration. The player may
become discolored, distorted or damaged. · Never leave the player exposed to high temperature, such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. ·
Do not leave the player in a place subject to excessive dust.
· Do not leave the player on an unstable surface or in an inclined position. · If the player causes interference to radio or television reception, turn the player
off and move it away from the radio or television. · Do not expose the player to water. The player is not waterproof. Remember to follow the precautions
below. Be careful not to drop the player into a sink or other container filled with water. Do not use the player in humid locations or bad weather, such as in
the rain or snow. Do not get the player wet. If you touch the player with wet hands, or put the player in a damp article of clothing, the player may get wet and
this may cause a malfunction of the player. · When you unplug the headphone from the player, make sure to hold the headphone plug to unplug it.
Pulling the headphone cord itself may cause damage to the headphone cord. Continued Additional Information (continued) On heat build-up Heat may build
up in the player while charging if it is used for an extended period of time. On the LCD · Do not push the LCD screen strongly. The LCD panel may be
damaged. · If the player is used in a cold place, ghosting may occur.
This does not indicate a failure. · If the player is used in a cold or hot place, contrast may be affected. On the headphones Road safety Avoid listening with
your headphones in situations where hearing must not be impaired. On the connection with USB devices · While the player is connected, do not turn the USB
device on or off. Also, if the USB device is turned off during data transfer to the player, data may be damaged, or the player or device may be broken.
Preventing hearing damage Avoid using the headphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you
experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use. Do not turn the volume up high all at once, especially when using headphones. Turn
up the volume gradually so that loud sound will not hurt your ears. On cleaning · Clean the player's case with a soft cloth, such as cleaning cloth for
eyeglasses. · If the player's case becomes very dirty, clean it with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water or a mild detergent solution.
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· Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent, such as alcohol or benzene, as it may mar the finish of the case. · Be careful not to let
water get into the player from the opening near the connector. · Clean the headphone plug periodically.
· If you have any questions or problems concerning the player, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Caring for others Keep the volume at a moderate
level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to the people around you. Additional Information Warning If there is lightning when
you are using the player, take off the headphones immediately. If you experience an allergic reaction to the supplied headphones, stop using them at once and
contact a doctor. On the use · When using a strap (sold separately), be careful to avoid hooking it on objects you pass by. Furthermore be careful not to swing
the player by the strap to avoid bumping people. · Refrain from using the player according to the in-flight announcements during take off or landing in an
aircraft. · Note that condensation may form temporarily in cases such as when the player is moved quickly from a low-temperature environment to a high
temperature environment or used in a room that has a heater just turned on. Condensation creates a phenomenon where moisture in the air adheres to
surfaces such as metal panels, etc.
, and then changes to liquid. If condensation forms in the player, leave it turned off until the condensation disappears. If you use the player with condensation
present, a malfunction may result. Continued Additional Information (continued) On software · Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the software or the
manual accompanying it in whole or in part, or renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder. · In no event will SONY be liable for any
financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with player.
· In the event a problem occurs with this software as a result of defective manufacturing, SONY will replace it. However, SONY bears no other responsibility. ·
The software provided with the player cannot be used with equipment other than that which is so designated. · Please note that, due to continued efforts to
improve quality, the software specifications may be changed without notice. · Operation of this player with software other than that provided is not covered by
the warranty.
· The ability to display the languages on supplied software will depend on the installed OS on your computer. For better results, please ensure that the
installed OS is compatible with the desired language you like to display. Specifications Audio compression technology (supported bit rates and sampling
frequency*1) · MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) 32 to 320 kbps variable bit rate-compliant, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz · WMA (Windows Media Audio) 32 to 192 kbps
variable bit rate-compliant, 44.1 kHz *1 Sampling frequency may not correspond to all encoders. Maximum recordable number of songs and time (Approx.)
The approximate times are based on a transferred 4-minute MP3 format song. Other playable audio file format song and time number may be different than
MP3 format. NWZ-B133/B133F Bit rate 48 kbps 64 kbps 128 kbps 256 kbps 320 kbps Songs 650 495 245 120 99 Time 43 hr. 20 min.
33 hr. 00 min. 16 hr. 20 min. 8 hr. 00 min. 6 hr. 30 min. NWZ-B135/B135F Songs 1,320 1,000 500 250 200 Time 88 hr. 00 min.
66 hr. 40 min. 33 hr. 20 min. 16 hr.
40 min. 13 hr. 20 min. Additional Information · The explanations in this manual assume that you are familiar with the basic operations of Windows. For
details on the use of your computer and operating system, please refer to the respective manuals.
We do not guarantee all the languages will be able to be displayed properly on supplied software. User-created characters and some special characters may
not be displayed. About the customer support Web sites If you have any questions or issues with this product, or would like information on compatible items
with this product, visit the following web sites. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport For customers in Canada:
http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ For customers in Europe: http://support.sony-europe.com/DNA For customers in Latin America: http://www.
sony-latin.com/index.crp For customers in other countries/regions: http://www.sony-asia.com/support For customers who purchased the overseas models:
http://www.sony.co.jp/overseas/support/ 66 Continued 67 Additional Information (continued) Maximum recordable time (Approx.) Interface The times below
are estimated for the case where only FM (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) or Voice audio files are stored. The time may differ, depending on the conditions under
which the player is used.
NWZ-B133/B133F Codec*1 Voice Recording High Voice Recording Mid Voice Recording Low FM Recording 1 Headphone: Stereo mini Hi-Speed USB (USB
2.0 compliant) NWZ-B135/B135F Time 24 hr. 20 min. 48 hr. 50 min.
97 hr. 40 min. 12 hr. 10 min. Operating temperature 5 °C to 35 °C (41°F to 95°F) Time 11 hr.
50 min. 23 hr. 40 min. 47 hr. 30 min. 5 hr. 50 min. Power source · Built-in 170 mA lithium-ion battery · USB power (from a computer through a USB
connector of the player) Charging time * The player uses MS-ADPCM codec for recording the sound and the FM programs. USB-based charging Approx. 70
minutes Capacity (User available capacity)*1 NWZ-B133/B133F: 1 GB (Approx.
more than 889 MB = 932,773,888 bytes) NWZ-B135/B135F: 2 GB (Approx. more than 1.77 GB = 1,903,001,600 bytes) *1 Available storage capacity of the
player may vary. A portion of the memory is used for data management functions. Documents (PDF file): approx. 21 MB. Battery life (continuous
playback)*1 (Approx.) *1 During continuous playback at power save mode ( page 44) "Save ON Super," when "LED" ( page 44) is set to "LED OFF,"
"Equalizer," "Bass" are not in use. Actual battery life may vary based on usage patterns, environment and battery condition. Status of the player Playback at
MP3 128 kbps Playback at WMA 128 kbps At receiving FM broadcasting (NWZ-B133F/B135F only) NWZ-B133/B135/B133F/B135F 16 hours 14 hours 6
hours Additional Information Output (headphones) Frequency response: 20 to 20,000 Hz (when playing data file, single signal measurement) FM tuner (NWZB133F/B135F only) · Preset: 30 presets · FM Frequency range*1: 87.
5 to 108.0 MHz *1 The frequency is changed by 0.1MHz. Display 3-line LCD Dimension (w/h/d, projecting parts not included) 89.5 × 25.
0 × 15.0 mm (35/8×1×19/32 inches) IF (FM) Dimension (w/h/d) Mass Unsupported 90.7 × 25.0 × 15.2 mm (35/8×1×5/8 inches) Approx.
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29 g (Approx. 1.1 oz) Antenna 68 Headphone cord antenna Continued 69 Additional Information (continued) System Requirements · Computer IBM PC/AT
or compatible computer preinstalled with the following Windows operating systems: Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2 or later) / Windows XP
Professional (Service Pack 2 or later) / Windows Vista Home Basic (Service Pack 1) / Windows Vista Home Premium (Service Pack 1) / Windows Vista
Business (Service Pack 1) / Windows Vista Ultimate (Service Pack 1) Not supported by 64 bit version OS. Not supported by OSs other than above. · RAM: 64
MB or more (For Windows Vista, 512 MB or more) · USB port (Hi-Speed USB is recommended) · Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, and Windows Media Player
10 or 11 need to be installed. · Broadband Internet connection is required to use Electronic Music Distribution(EMD) or to visit the web site. We do not
guarantee operation for all computers even if they meet the above System Requirements. Not supported by the following environments: Index Symbols
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.... 26 License and Trademark Notice · "WALKMAN" and "WALKMAN" logo are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. · Microsoft, Windows, Windows
Vista and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. · Adobe and Adobe
Reader are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. @@@@· Macintosh is a
trademark of Apple Inc. @@@@In this manual, TM and ® marks are not specified. M Manual tuning.
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10 Additional Information This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary. Content providers are using the digital rights
management technology for Windows Media contained in this device ("WM-DRM") to protect the integrity of their content ("Secure Content") so that their
intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated. This device uses WM-DRM software to play Secure Content ("WM-DRM
Software"). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in this device has been compromised, owners of Secure Content ("Secure Content Owners") may request
that Microsoft revoke the WM-DRM Software's right to acquire new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure Content.
Revocation does not alter the WM-DRM Software's ability to play unprotected content. A list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your device whenever
you download a license for Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC. Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also download revocation lists
onto your device on behalf of Secure Content Owners. R Radio .......
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36, 39 72 Continued 73 Additional Information (continued) · Information on Expat Copyright ©1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd and
Clark Cooper. Copyright ©2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to
use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so,
subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the
Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS," WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE. Program ©2008 Sony Corporation Documentation ©2008 Sony Corporation .
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