iRiver P7
FUN WITH FULL METAL BODY P7_ MANUAL
Contents...
Chapter 01 Getting Started
4 Components
5 Names of Parts
6 Instaling Application
Chapter 02 Basic Operations
8 Tuming the Product ON/OFF
9 Touch Screen
10 Selecting Modes
11 Using HOLD and RESET
12 Connecting Your Device
Chapter 03 Using P7
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MUSIC
VIDEO
PICTURE
RADIO
REC
TEXT
EXTRA | CLOCK
EXTRA | CALENDAR
EXTRA | CALCULATOR
EXTRA | WORLD CLOCK
Chapter 04 Setting Up P7
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Setting Up P7
Chapter 05 Other Information
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Using inver plus 3
Using Windows Media Player 11
Copyrights/Certification/ Trademarks/
Limited Liability
Safety Instructions
Troubleshooting
FUN WITH FULL METAL BODY P7
Chapter 01 Getting Started
4 Components
5 Names of Parts
6 Installing Application
Installing iriver plus 3
Installing Windows Media Player 11
Co m ponents Components are subject to change without notice for better performance and quality of the product.
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Quick Start Guide 8 Warranty Card Installation CD (with Instruction Guide) USB Cable
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Nam es of Parts Appearance, printed or contoured sections of the product may vary depending on the model.
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inver plus 3 and Windows Media Player 11 give you freedom to transfer music, video and picture files from PC to the product.
1. Insert the provided installation CD into your PC to 1. Insert the installation CD into your PC to display the
display the application installation screen. installation process screen.
2. Click iriver plus 3 and complete the installation process 2. Click Windows Media Player 11 and complete the
by following the on-screen instructions installation process by following the on-screen
instructions.
= Minimum requirements for software applications:
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- Intel® Pentium® || 233 MHz or higher processor speed - 64 MB or greater memory - 30 MB or greater hard disk space - 18-bit enabled speaker and sound card
- Microsoft Intemet Explorer version 6.0 or later - SVGA or higher resolution monitor (1024x768 resolution or greater)
e For Windows® Vista (Windows® Vista only supports the 32-bit version and does not support the 64-bit version.)
- Intel® Pentium® Il 800 MHz or higher processor speed -512 MBor greater memory - 20 MB or greater hard disk space - 16-bit enabled speaker and sound card
- Microsoft Intemet Explorer version 6.0 or later - SVGA or higher resolution monitor (1024x768 resolution or greater)
E For more information on using inver plus 3, refer to pages 43-45.
E For more information on using Windows Media Player 11, refer to pages 46-48.
= To connect the product to iriver plus 3, select %> Advanced > Connection Type and set to MSC and to connect the product to Windows Media Player 11,
select > Advanced > Connection Type and set to MTP. (Refer to page 40.)
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chapter 02 Basic Operations
8 Tuming the Product ON/OFF 12 Connecting Your Device
Tuming the Product ON Connecting Earphones
Turning the Product OFF Charging the Product
9 Touch Screen Inserting/Removing the Micro SD Card
Using the Touch Screen Recommended Micro SD Card
Connecting P7 to Your PC
Disconnecting P7 from Your PC
Copying files/folders to P7
11 Using HOLD and RESET Deleting files/folders from P7
Using HOLD
Using RESET
10 Selecting Modes
Selecting Modes
Turning the Product ON/OFF
Tuming on the Product Tuning off the Product
1. Press the [@] button on the product to tum it on. 1. Press and hold the [© ] button on the product again
У to tum it off.
E This product has an automatic power saving function to save battery power. Based on the settings in the Power Save mode, the product will automatically turn off
after a pre-determined period without operation. For more information on setting this mode, please refer to [ $§ > Timer > Auto Power OFF] (Refer to page 40.)
08 Basic Operations
Touch Screen
1. The P7 has a touch screen system which operates according to the user's direct touch.
Touch one of the icons displayed on the screen to operate.
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Selecting Modes
1. Turn on the power to display the main menu screen. 2. Touch a mode (Extra, Music, Video, Radio, Recording,
Touch the [M] icon during any mode to retum to the main Setting, Picture or Text) you want to operate.
menu screen. Extra
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Using HOLD and RESET
1. Slide the HOLD switch in the direction of the arrow to 1. If your product does not respond, remove the Micro
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E The RESET function does not remove the date/time setting and data from your
product.
= P7 will automatically turn off when you reset. Press the [©] button to turn P7
back on.
Connecting Your Device
1. Connect your earphones to the Headphone port.
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. Push and open the USB data port on P7 in the direction
of the arrow.
Tum on your PC and connect P7 to it using the provided
USB cable.
The intemal battery automatically starts to charge.
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E Do not use any USB cable other than the one included with the product.
This may cause malfunction.
Check if the product is connected to a high-power USB 2.0 port. Some low-power USB
ports built into certain peripheral devices, such as keyboards and USB hubs without
integrated power, may not provide enough power to charge your product.
The product may not be charged while your PC is in standby mode.
Charge the product only at room temperature.
The product may not be charged in extremely hot or cold temperatures.
m The battery takes about 7 hours to be fully charged by a USB cable.
(Based on when product is fully discharged and the power is off.)
And about 5 hours by a TTA-certified 24-pin mobile charger.
(Based on when product is fully discharged, power is off, and TTA charger is 750 mA.)
The available usage time of a charged battery becomes shorter over time.
It may take longer to fully charge your device or may not be fully charged if you use it while charging.
Connecting Your Device
1. Open the cover of the RESET/Micro SD Card slot
while the power of the product is off.
2. Place the Micro SD Card in the direction as shown in
the image and slightly press and push the card into
the slot.
3. Press again to remove the card.
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= Insert/remove the Micro SD Card while the power of the product is off.
E Do not insert the Micro SD Card with force.
This may cause the product to malfunction or damage to the Micro SD Card.
= Ро not remove the Micro SD Card while in use.
This may cause data loss, product malfunction or damage to the Micro SD Card.
= Try not to insert and remove the Micro SD card frequently.
в Inserting the Micro SD card in the wrong way may cause product malfunction
and the card may be difficult to remove.
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Using a Micro SD Card other than the recommended card may cause malfunction.
The transfer speed of the Micro SD Card may vary depending on your PC specifications.
The Micro SD Card cannot be formatted through the product.
The card can only be formatted with iriver plus 3 or a card reader.
Formatting the Micro SD Card will delete all data within the card; therefore,
it is important to backup data before formatting.
FAT system is recommended when formatting the Micro SD Card.
Please try to format the card if the Micro SD Card cannot be recognized or
causes malfunction.
The Micro SD Card is not included with the product. Please purchase one separately.
A Micro SD Card of 8 GB is recommended for this product.
Connecting Your Device
Connecting P7 to Your PC
1. Push and open the USB data port on P7 in the direction
of the arrow
2. Tum on your PC and P7, and then connect P7 to your
PC using the provided USB cable.
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- Power & Data Transfer: The product starts to charge and data can be
transferred.
- Power & Play: The product starts to charge and you can use the product
- Power Only: Charges the battery only.
It is recommended to stop all operations before connecting the product to
your PC for optimum performance.
Check if the product is connected to a high-power USB 2.0 port. Some
low-power USB ports built into certain peripheral devices, such as keyboards
and USB hubs without integrated power, may cause the connection with your
PC to be unstable.
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Disconnecting P7 from Your PC
1. Click the Safely Remove Hardware icon on the
taskbar to disconnect the product using the Safely
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E The icon on the taskbar may be hidden in some operating systems such as
Windows XP. Click the Show Hidden Icons to display the hidden icons.
E The Safely Remove Hardware function may not be available while using some
applications such as Windows Explorer or Windows Media Player. Close all
applications before performing the Safely Remove Hardware function.
= lfthe Safely Remove Hardware does not perform properly, try again after a few minutes.
Removing the product without the process above, may cause data in the product
memory to be damaged.
Connecting Your Device
Copying files/folders to P7
1. Select the files/folders to transfer in your PC and drag
and drop to the drive that appears for the P7.
E Always properly connect the product to the PC.
Deleting files/folders from P7
. Select the files/folders to delete, and then, right-click
your mouse and select Delete.
. Click Yes in the Confirm File Delete/Confirm Folder
Delete popup window to delete the files/folders.
= While you transfer data, never disconnect it or tum off the power because it may cause serious damage to the intemal memory of the product.
E Transfer speed may vary depending on your computer and/or OS environment.
m |t is recommended to save media files using iriver plus 3 or Windows Media Player 11.
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17 MUSIC
Selecting Music
Playing Music
Music Play Screen
Additional Features
20 VIDEO
Selecting Video
Playing Video
Video Play Screen
Additional Features
23 PICTURE
Selecting Pictures
Viewing Pictures
Picture View Screen
Additional Features
26 RADIO
Using Radio
Listening to Radio
Radio Screen
Additional Features
29 REC
Recording
Recording Screen
Listening to Recorded Files
Deleting Recorded Files
Additional Features
32 TEXT
Selecting Text
Viewing Text
Text Screen
Additional Features
35 EXTRA | CLOCK
Viewing Current Time
Setting Current Time
36 EXTRA | CALENDAR
Viewing Calendar
36 EXTRA | CALCULATOR
Calculating
37 EXTRA | WORLD CLOCK
Viewing World Clock
Additional Features
MUSIC
1. In the main menu, touch [Music] to display the music
playlist.
2. Scroll through the music list and touch a music file to
play.
E Touch the [€—] icon to move to the upper folder in the playlist.
E The browsed result will change based on the setting in [ > Advanced > Music]
Browse Type. (Refer to page 40.)
- Database: Browse files by My Playlists, All Music, Albums, Artists, Genres and
My Rating.
- Folder: Browse music files by folder.
m |fthe [Music Browse Type] is set to [Database], touching [ + ] fram the screen
will add the music to your playlist and touching [ — ] will delete the selected
music from your playlist.
= You can manage your playlist using iriver plus 3 or Windows Media Player 11.
E Supported file formats :
MP3 (8-320 Kbps), WMA (8-320 Kbps), OGG (Q1~Q10), FLAC, WAV
© While playing, touch the [4 / —] icon to control the volume.
e While playing, touch the [II / » ] icon to pause or resume playback.
e While playing, touch the [</»] icon to rewind or fast forward.
e While playing, touch the [</»] icon to play the previous or next
file.
e While playing, touch a specific position on the progress bar to
play the music from that position.
e While playing, set the repeat loop by touching the [ AB ] icon to
set point A and touch again to set Point B.
® The product will play the loop repeatedly. Touch the [AB ] icon
once again to deactivate the loop.
e While playing, touch the [ Ww] icon to save a bookmark.
Press [W:] to display the bookmark list.
- Touch [< / > ] in the bookmark list screen to play the previous
or next bookmark.
- Touch the [im ] icon in the bookmark list screen to delete the
selected bookmark.
- Touch the [Mau | icon in the bookmark list screen to delete all
bookmarks.
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Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Title (fiename): Displays the title (filename) of the music.
Album name: Displays the name of the album.
Add to My Playlist: Adds the current music playing to
your playlist.
Current playback mode: Displays/sets the playoack mode.
@ Equalizer Settings: Displays/sets EQ.
Elapsed Time: Displays the elapsed play time of the music.
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EJ Back to previous screen: Moves to the previous screen
or upper folder.
El Progress Bar: Displays the status of the music.
Play previous track (brief press): Plays the previous track.
Rewind (long press): Rewinds the track.
Pause/Play: Pauses and resumes music.
Play next track (brief press): Plays the next track.
Fast Forward (long press): Fast Forwards the track.
A-B Repeat: Activates and deactivates loop repeat.
Bookmark: Saves a bookmark on the current position.
Bookmark list: Displays the list of bookmarks.
Main menu: Displays the main menu.
Album Cover: Displays the album cover image if
the music files include it.
* Album cover images can be added with iriver plus 3.
Playlist: Press | 4] and push to the left to display the playlist.
Rating: Display/set the rating of music.
Total length of the track: Displays total playback
time of the music.
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. While playing music, touch the [O] icon on the screen
to display additional features.
. Touch the desired additional feature to display the sub
items.
. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [0] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
e SRS WOW HD: Adjusts the sound enhancement settings.
-SRS (Sound Retrieval System): Adjusts virtual 3D audio effects.
-TruBass: Adjusts deep bass enrichment effects.
-FOCUS: Adjusts sound sharpness.
-WOW: Adjusts the boost value according to the earphones
you are using.
-Definition: Restores sounds to its original state.
e Custom EQ: Customizes the equalizer settings.
e Fade-in: Activates and deactivates the audio fade-in features.
VIDEO
1. In the main menu, touch Video to display the list of
video files.
2. Scroll through the video list and touch a video file to
play.
E Touch the [€—] icon to move to the upper folder in the list.
E Supported file formats
XviD ps, 1.
AM Video XviD 720X408@241ps, 1.5Mbps
ISO-MPEG4 640x480@24fps, 1.5Mbps
Audio , PCM
WMV Video WMV7/8/9 512x288@30fps, 750kbps
Audio WMA v1/2/3
Video ISO-MPEG4 720x360@30fps, 1Mbps
MP4 H.264 BP 352x288@30fps, 350kbps
Audio
RM Video RealVideo 9/10 512x288@30fps, 500kbps
RMVB Audio RealAudio *Not support G2/Cook
DAT Video MPEG 1/2 640x480@30fps, 1.2Mbps
MPG Audio P3, MP2
3GP Video ISO-MPEG4 480x272@30fps, 5C0Kbps
K3G Audio
FLV Video Flash Video 352x288@30fps
Audio MP3
* Some video files may have synchronization errors.
= Always use iriver plus 3 to transfer video files to your product. Using other
programs may cause unexpected errors during video playback.
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9 While playing, touch the [ +/—] icon to control the volume.
o While playing, touch the [11 / >] icon to pause or resume
playback.
* While playing, touch the [ «/» ] icon to rewind or fast
forward.
o While playing, touch the [«/» | icon to play the previous
or next file.
o While playing, touch a specific position on the progress
bar to play the music from the position.
* While playing, touch the [ w] icon to save a bookmark.
e Press [W:] on screen to display the bookmark list.
- Touch [< /> ] in the bookmark list screen to play the
previous or next bookmark.
- Touch the [im | icon in the bookmark list screen to delete
the selected bookmark.
- Touch the [M | icon in the bookmark list screen to delete
all bookmarks.
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Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Elapsed Time: Displays the elapsed play time of the video.
Back to previous screen: Moves to the previous screen
or upper folder.
Progress Bar: Displays the status of the video.
Play previous video (brief press): Plays the previous video.
Rewind (long press): Rewinds the video.
Pause/Play: Pauses and resumes the video.
Play next video (brief press): Plays the next video.
Fast Forward (long press): Fast Forwards the video.
Bookmark: Saves a bookmark on the current position.
Bookmark list: Displays the list of bookmarks.
Main menu: Displays the main menu.
Total length of the video: Displays total playback time
of the video.
VIDEO
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. While playing a video, touch the [O] icon on the
screen to display additional features.
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items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [0] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
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e Video Ratio: Selects the display aspect ratio of the video
image.
e Video Option: Sets the video option.
- Navigation Speed: Sets the speed of fast forward and rewind.
- Playback Mode: Sets the playback repeat mode.
e Subtitle: Turns subtitle on and off, selects font color,
font size, position and display language.
PICTURE
1. In the main menu, touch Picture to display the list of o While playing, touch the | » /1 ] icon to start or stop
picture files. the slideshow.
2. Scroll through the picture list and touch the picture to e Touch and push a picture left or right while in picture
display and it will display in full screen. view to display the next or previous picture.
e While viewing a picture, touch the [*] icon to rotate the
picture.
o While viewing a picture, touch the Zoom icon to start
the zoom function. Select a zoom factor to zoom in
or out.
= Touchthe [À ] icon to move to the upper folder in the list.
E Supported file formats :
JPG, BMP, and GIF (some file formats might have compatibility problems}
= Always use iriver plus 3 to transfer picture files to your product. Using other
programs may cause unexpected errors during picture slideshow. E The Zoom function may not be supported with low resolution images.
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PICTURE
Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Back to previous screen: Moves to the previous screen
or upper folder.
Slideshow: Starts and pauses the slideshow.
Rotate pictures: Rotates pictures.
Filename: Displays the filename.
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PICTURE
1. While the picture is displayed, touch the [O] icon on
the screen to display additional features.
2. Touch the desired additional feature to display the sub
items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [O ] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
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e Image Delay: Sets the duration to perform slideshows.
e Slide Transitions: Adds effects to slideshows.
e Screen Fit: Zooms in on or out of a picture to fit best
within the border of display.
RADIO
1. Touch the radio frequency from the main menu screen,
then the previous broadcast will appear.
2. Touch the [ « / = ] icon to select preset channels.
e While listening, touch the [+/—|] icon to control the volume.
e While listening, touch the Preset on/off icon to
activate/deactivate the preset list.
e After deactivating the preset list, touch the [= / = ] icon
to manually select the previous or next frequency.
o After deactivating the preset list, touch and hold the
[ 1/7: | icon to select the previous frequency quickly.
e After setting Preset, touch the | / / ] icon to move
through stored channels.
o While listening, touch and push [ 4 ] towards the left to
display the CH List/REC List items.
e Touch the CH List to display the channel list.
-Touch a channel to listen to.
- Select a frequency to store and press the [ + ] icon on an empty
channel to store the frequency to selected channel.
- Touch [—] in the channel list to delete the selected channel.
e Touch the REC List to display the recorded list.
-Touch a file to play.
-Touch [— ] in the file list to delete the selected file.
e While listening, touch the [©] icon to start recording.
Touch [m ] to stop recording.
= Do not remove the earphones while listening to the radio because the earphones function as an antenna during radio reception.
(Use the earphones provided with your product. Using other earphones may cause bad reception.)
E |fthe remaining memory space or power is insufficient, recording will automatically stop.
= The recorded file will be saved in the recording list in the following file convention | TYYMMDDXXX. WMA (YY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day, XXX: Sequential number)
= The file size may vary depending on the quality of the recording. | Low: Approx. 64 Kbps
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Medium: Approx. 96 Kbp High: Approx. 128 Kbps
RADIO
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Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Mute: Tums the sound on and off.
Channel number: Displays the channel number of
the current frequency.
Previous freguency/channel: Moves to the previous
frequency/channel.
Current frequency: Displays the current frequency.
Next frequency/channel: Moves to the next
frequency/channel.
Freguency band: Displays the frequency band of the
radio station.
Back to previous screen: Moves to the previous
screen or upper folder.
E REC: Records the current program.
Preset: Activates and deactivates the preset channel.
Main menu: Displays the main menu.
Touch and push the [ 4] button to the left to display
the preset channel list and the radio recorded file list.
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1. While listening to the radio, touch the [O] icon to display
additional features.
2. Touch the desired additional feature to display the sub
items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [O ] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
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e Auto Search: Automatically scans and stores the
avallable frequencies as preset channels.
* Maximum of 20 channels can be stored at a time.
e Reception Area: Sets the frequency range based on
the local standard.
- USA/Korea: 87.5-108.0 MHz
- Japan: 76.0-108.0 MHz
- Europe: 87.50-108.00 MHz
e Recording Quality: Sets the quality of the recorded
radio program.
- Low: Approx. 64 Kbps
- Medium: Approx. 96 Kbp
- High: Approx. 128 Kbps
Recording
1. Touch [Recording] in the main menu to show the
recording standby screen.
2. Touch the [O] icon to start recording and touch the
[ m ] icon to stop recording.
Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Current Status: Displays current status.
Recorded Filename: Displays the name of the recorded file.
Elapsed recording time: Displays the elapsed time of the recording.
"You cannot control the volume while recording. Available time remaining: Displays the remaining recording time.
E [fihe remaining memory space or power is insufficient, recording will automatically stop. ,
= The recorded file will be saved in the recording list in the following file convention. e) Stop: Stops recording.
VYYMMDDXX.WMA (YY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day, XXX: Sequential number) Main menu: Displays the main menu.
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Low: Approx. 64 Kbps Medium: Approx. 96 Kbp High: Approx. 128 Kbps display the list of voice recor dings
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Recording
1. Touch and push the [4 ] icon to the left to view the
list of recorded files in the recording standby screen.
2. Select a file to play.
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1. Touch and push the [ 4 ] icon to the left to view the
list of recorded files in the recording standby screen.
2. Touch | — ] in the file list to delete the selected file.
Recording
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. From the recording standby screen, touch the [O] icon
to display additional features.
2. Touch the desired additional feature to display the sub
items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [© ] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
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e Recording Quality: Sets the quality of voice recording.
- Low: Approx. 64 Kbps
- Medium: Approx. 96 Kbp
- High: Approx. 128 Kbps
TEXT
1. In the main menu, touch Text to display the text file list.
2. Scroll through the text list and touch the position to display.
E Touch the [€—] icon to move to the upper folder in the list.
E fftexts are not displayed properly, check the language setting in additional features.
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e Touch [> /11 ] while viewing the text to start or stop auto
scroll.
e Touch the screen while viewing the text and push up
or down to display the next or previous pages.
o While viewing the text, touch the progress bar to view
a desired page.
o While viewing the text, touch the [ w ] icon to save a
bookmark.
o Press [W:] on screen to display the bookmark list.
- Touch a bookmark from the bookmark list to move to
the selected bookmark.
- Touch [ —] in the bookmark list to delete the selected
bookmark.
e |f you are interrupted or choose to stop viewing the text,
the latest displayed page will be saved.
* You can store the last positions from up to 10 text files.
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Additional Features: Displays additional features.
Current Page: Displays the number of the currently
viewed page.
Back to previous screen: Moves to the previous
screen or upper folder.
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Bookmark: Saves a bookmark on the current position.
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Bookmark list: Displays the list of bookmarks.
Main menu: Displays the main menu.
@ Previous Page: Displays the previous page.
Next Page: Displays the next page.
Total Page: Displays the total number of pages in the
text file.
TEXT
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additional features.
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items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation.
4. Touch the [O ] icon again to exit the Additional Features
menu.
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e Font Size: Selects the size of font.
e Auto Scroll Speed: Sets the duration for which a text
page is displayed.
e | anguage: Selects the language of the local coded
text to display properly.
EXTRA | CLOCK
1. In the main menu, touch Extra and then the [O] icon 1. Touch [4] vhile the current time is displayed to display
to display the list of extra features. the setup screen.
2. Select Clock from the list to display the current time. 2. Touch [= /*] to set up the current time.
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EXTRA | CALENDAR
1. In the main menu, touch Extra and then the [O] icon
to display the list of extra features.
2. Select Calendar from the list to display the calendar.
3. Touch [+/+] to display the previous or next calendar.
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EXTRA | CALCULATOR
1. In the main menu, touch Extra and then the [O] icon
to display the list of extra features.
2. Select Calculator from the list to display the calculator.
3. Touch numbers and symbols to calculate.
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EXTRA | WORLD CLOCK
Viewing World Clock
1. In the main menu, touch Extra and then the [O] icon
to display the list of extra features.
2. Select World Clock from the list to display the world
clock.
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37 Using P7
Additional Features
1. From the world clock screen, touch the [##] icon to
display additional features.
2. Touch the desired feature to set detailed features.
e Current City: Sets the current city to display on the screen.
e Global City: Sets the global city to display on the screen.
e Summer Time: Displays the summer time.
Chapter 04 Setting Up P7
39 Setting Up P7
Setup
Date & Time
Display
Timer
Advanced
Language
System Information
Setu D You can configure your own settings in P7. The menu configurations are subject to change depending on different firmware versions.
1. In the main menu, touch [*] to display the setting list. e Sets the current date and time.
2. Touch the desired setup item from the setting list to
display sub items.
3. Touch the sub item to run and make adjustments.
Adjustments will automatically be saved and will apply
to the next operation. e Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the screen.
e Touch Sound
Turns the touch sound on and off.
e Touch Calibration
Aligns the touch screen's coordinates for better display.
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Setup
Timer
e Auto Power Off
Automatically tums off the power after the specified
time without operation.
® Backlight
Sets a specified time for the backlight to tum off.
40 Setting Up P7
Advanced
e Music Browser
Select how to browse through music files.
- Database: Browses through music files transferred by iriver
plus 3 or databases created by Rebuild Library using ID3 TAG
or Playlist.
- Folder: Browses through music files transferred by Windows
Explorer.
* Music Brower is set to Database by default.
e Rebuild Database
Updates the data library of all files.
e Connection Type
Selects the type for transferring file from / to PC.
- MSC (UMS): Using iriver plus 3, transfers file using the MSC
connection type.
- MTP: Using Windows Media Player 11, transfers file with the
MTP connection type.
Setup
Language
e Menu Language
Selects the language for on-screen display
e Country
Select the language for ID3 tag and text by country.
41 Setting Up P7
System Information
e Version
Displays the version number of the current firmware.
e Reset All Settings
Resets the product to the factory setting.
e Internal Memory
Displays the used and total memory space.
chapter 05 Other Information
43 Using iriver plus 3
Adding Media to Library
Ripping Songs from a CD
Transferring Media to P7
- Using iriver plus 3
- Using Windows Explorer
Initializing Disk
Upgrading Firmware
46 Using Windows Media Player 11
Adding Media to Library
Ripping Songs from a CD
Transferring Media to the Product
Initializing Disk
Upgrading Firmware
49 Copyrights/Certification/ Trademarks/Limited Liability
50 Safety Instructions
Product Safety
Other
53 Troubleshooting
Tips!
Usi ng Iriver pl us 3 To connect the product to iriver plus 3, select & > Advanced > Connection Type and set it to MSC.
1. When you run iriver plus 3 for the first time, the Add 1. Insert an audio CD into the CD drive and run iriver
Media Wizard will start. plus 3.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions on the PC to add 2. In iriver plus 3, select the checkbox from Music > CD
media files such as music, picture, and video to the Drive and click CD Ripping in bottom left.
library.
3. After ripping song, select the All Music to check whether
the ripped song is added to the library.
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Using iriver plus 3
e Using inver plus 3
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC
and run iriver plus 3.
Select the checkbox beside the file to transfer and
click [@ ].
The selected file starts to transfer and the progress
N
o
status is displayed in the Status window on bottom left.
>
Now you can find the selected music in your library.
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e Using Windows Explorer
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC.
2. Copy the contents to proper folders as below.
Music: IRIVER P7/Music
Video: IRIVER P7/Video
Picture: IRIVER P7/Pictures
Text: IRIVER P7/Text
= To play music files transferred by Windows Explorer, follow the steps below.
: In [46] > Advanced > Music Browser Type, set the type to Folder Tree and
browse the file in the music file list.
- In [44] > Advanced > Music Browser Type, set the type to Database and then
rebuild database from [44] > Advanced > Rebuild Database or use Database
Update from iriver plus 3. Now browse the file in the music file list.
Using iriver plus 3
1. Connect P7 to the USB port of your PC and run iriver 1. Connect P7 to the USB port of a PC with Internet
plus 3. access and run inver plus 3.
2. Select Tools > Portable Device > Initialize Disk and 2. Select Tools > Portable Device > Firmware Upgrade
click Start when the initialization confirmation message and complete the upgrade process by following the
appears. on-screen instructions.
3. When the initialization process is completed,
a completion notice will appear, then you can
disconnect your P7 from your PC.
= Do not disconnect the product from PC while downloading firmware upgrade file.
E Once the download is completed, disconnect the product to activate the
firmware upgrade.
m If the existing firmware is the latest version, a message to confirm that the
E You need to backup the necessary files before initialization, since formatted files Installed version is the latest will appear. A message will automatically appear
cannot be recovered. on screen when connecting the product to your PC and the firmware version
= ltis recommended to use the format feature within the product for formatting. is the latest.
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Using Wi n d OW с М e d | a Pl ay er 1 1 To connect the product to Windows Media Player 11, select 4 > Advanced >
Connection Type and set it to MTP.
1. When you run Windows Media Player 11, the Add
1. Insert an audio CD into the CD drive and run Windows
Media Wizard will start.
Media Player 11.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions on the PC to add
2. Select the Ripping tab on the Windows Media Player
media files such as music and picture to the library.
11. Select the checkbox from and click the Start
Ripping in the bottom left.
3. The ripped music will be stored in My Documents >
My Music and automatically added to library.
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Using Windows Media Player 11
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC and
run Windows Media Player 11.
2. After selecting the file in your PC, drag & drop it to
the right pane.
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3. Click Start Sync in the bottom left to start transferring.
4, Now you can find the selected music in your library.
Using Windows Media Player 11
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC.
2. Run iriver Firmware Updater application in the
installation CD and complete the upgrade process
by following the on-screen instructions.
1. Connect the product to the USB jack of your PC and
run Windows Media Player 11.
2. After selecting IRIVER P7, click the right mouse
button and select Format. Click OK when the
message to confirm initialization appears.
3. The initialization process is completed and the
product is disconnected from your PC.
= You need to backup the necessary files before initialization, since formatted files
cannot be recovered.
E lt is recommended to use the format function integrated in the P7. E Do not disconnect the product from PC while upgrading firmware.
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Copyrights/Certification/Trademarks/Limited Liability
Reigncom Limited holds all rights for the patent, trademark, literary property and
intellectual property related to this manual. You may not copy or reproduce any
part of this manual unless authorized by Reigncom Limited. You may be
subject to criminal penalties for illegal use of any part of this manual.
Software, audio and video including intellectual property are protected by
copyright and international laws. Reproduction or distribution of contents
created with this product is the responsibility of the user.
The companies, institutions, products, people and events used in examples
are for demonstration purposes only. Their appearance in this manual does not
imply any affiliation between Reigncom and other parties.
Users are responsible for observing all copyrights and intellectual property laws.
©1999~2009 Reigncom Limited. All rights reserved.
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КСС / ЕСС / СЕ / ССС
Class B Digital Device (Residential Communication Device). This device has
been tested and found to comply with the requirements for a Class B digital
device and designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows Media Player are
the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
SIS is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc.
WOW HD technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.Labs, Inc.
Neither the manufacturer, importers nor dealers are responsible for any
accidental damage, including bodily injury or any damages resulting from
misuse or inappropriate operation on behalf of the user.
The information on this manual is prepared with the current player
specifications. The manufacturer, Reigncom Limited, shall routinely add new
features to the product and may continuously apply new technologies
hereafter. All standards may be changed at any time without prior notice.
Safety Instructions
e Do not display the same image on the screen for an
extended amount of time since this may cause a
ghosting effect.
e Do not place objects such as coins or hair pins inside
the product.
This may cause malfunction.
e Do not place heavy objects on the product.
This may cause damage and malfunction.
e Do not expose the player to sources of moisture such
as water, beverages, chemicals, cosmetics, and so on.
Wipe with a dry cloth and receive an inspection at the
nearest inver service center at such circumstances.
(Damage caused by submersion may not be covered
by warranty regardless of the warranty period.)
This may cause damage and malfunction.
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e Keep away from harsh environments including humid,
dusty, and smoky areas.
This may cause malfunction.
e Never dismantle, repair, or rebuild your player without
authorization.
This may cause damage and malfunction.
e Keep out of direct sunlight and extreme heat and cold
(-5° - 40°).
This may cause malfunction.
e Do not keep the product close to magnetic substance
such as magnets, TVs, monitors, or speaker.
This may cause malfunction.
® Do not clean with chemicals or detergents.
This may cause malfunction.
e Do not drop or subject the device to impact.
This may cause damage and malfunction.
Safety Instructions
e Do not press more than two buttons simultaneously. e Do not touch the screen with sharp tools.
This may cause damage and malfunction. This may cause damage and malfunction.
e Do not disconnect the product from your PC while e Please be cautious when you attach a protection film
transferring data. on the display.
This may cause malfunction. Improper protection film might diminish the touch
e Try when possible to connect the product to the rear sensitivity and screen brightness.
USB port in your PC.
In some custom- assembled PCs, improper USB port
may cause malfunction.
e Do not connect any device or object other than
earphones to the Earphone jack.
This may cause damage and malfunction.
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Safety Instructions
e Do not use headphones / earphones while cycling,
driving, or operating any motorized vehicle.
This is dangerous and might be illegal in some areas.
e Do not use the product while in motion, such as while
driving, walking, or mountain climbing.
This may cause injury.
e Use the product in a safe place to avoid accidents.
This may cause injury.
® Always be careful to steer clear of nearby objects if
you use the product while in motion.
This may cause injury.
e [tis not recommended to use the product during
electrical storms.
This may cause injury.
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e Reduce volume or stop using the player if you
experience ringing in your ears.
This may cause injury.
e Do not listen to music via headphones/earphones at
high volume for a long time.
This may cause injury.
e Do not use headphones / earphones at high volume.
This may cause injury.
e Keep headphone /earphone cords under control in
order to avoid getting caught on nearby objects.
This may cause injury.
e Do not sleep with headphones / earphones in the ears.
Do not use headphones / earphones for excessive
periods of time.
This may cause injury.
Troubleshooting
Tips!
e [he product will not power on!
- Check whether the battery is discharged. Charge
the product and try to tum the power on again.
- Reset the device by slightly pressing the reset button.
e The product cannot be charged after connecting power.
- Check whether the product and your PC are firmly
connected.
e [he product cannot be connected properly using the
USB cable.
- Check whether the product and your PC are firmly
connected.
® The memory space has changed after formatting.
- The memory space may change depending on the
operation system.
o The screen tums off frequently.
- To save power, the screen is designed to tum off after
a preset duration has elapsed during audio playback.
Reset the duration in [4#] > Timer > Backlight.
53 Other Information
® The screen is not clear.
- Check whether the screen is dirty.
e Poor radio reception with heavy noise.
- Check whether the headphone port is dirty.
- Check whether the earphones are connected properiy.
- Adjust the position of the player and earphones.
- Tum off any nearby electronic equipment to avoid
potential interference
e No sound or only noise.
- Check whether the volume is set to O.
- Check whether the earphone plugs or connection port
is dirty.
- Check to see if the music file is corrupted.
e Bootup takes up too much time.
- Check whether there are too many files stored in the
product. It is recommended to store up to 1,000
music files and 2,000 picture files.
Federal Communications Commission
oe 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.
e CAUTION : Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation.
Antenna shall be mounted in such a manner to
minimize the portential for human contact during
normal operation.
The antenna should not be contacted during
operation to avoid the possibility of exceeding the
FCC radio frequency exposure limit.
e This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
e 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. for compliance could void the users
authority to operate the equipment.
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e CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSIÓN IF BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO
THE INSTRUCTIONS.
= 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 Riles.
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. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by tuming the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into 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.
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