Samsung YP-P2 User's Manual

Samsung YP-P2 User's Manual
YP-P2
MP3 Player
user manual
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features of your new MP3 Player
Good looking. Smart. Reliable. And lots of fun. Your new MP3 player is
all this and more. Its state-of-the-art technology delivers rich sound, and
vibrant pictures. You’ll love your new MP3 player, whether you’re exercising,
downloading your favorite tunes, watching videos, or even listening to FM
Radio.
Use it once, and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
PUTTING THE “MULTI” IN MULTIMEDIA
EASY SEARCH!
We call it an MP3 player, but it’s much more
than that. It allows you to view pictures, text,
videos and listen to FM radio.
The built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
turns your MP3 player into your own
personal network.
You can search for files with the easy-touse File Brower, and also navigate through
menus while listening to music.
TOUCH NAVIGATION!
A fully charged battery can play up to 35
hours of music and 5 hours of video.
Download times are shorter. Because of its
USB 2.0 capability, the player is much faster
than models with USB 1.1.
You can tap on the touch screen to navigate
through the menus.
COLOR LCD SCREEN DESIGN
Vivid color and images are delivered on the
wide LCD screen.
WHERE FORM MEETS FUNCTION
Sure, it’s sleek and good-looking. But it’s
easy to hold and use, too.
LONGER PLAY TIME AND SHORTER
DOWNLOADING!
ACOUSTIC WONDER
Your new MP3 player has built-in DNSe™
(Digital Natural Sound engine), Samsung’s
unique sound technology created to deliver
richer, deeper sound for an unbelievable
listening experience.
safety information
What the icons and signs in this user manual mean :
Means that death or serious personal injury is a risk.
WARNING
CAUTION
Means that there is a potential risk for personal injury or
material damage.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of fire, explosion, electric shock, or
personal injury when using your MP3 Player, follow
these basic safety precautions:
NOTE
Means hints or referential pages that may be helpful to
operate the player.
Do NOT attempt.
Do NOT disassemble.
Do NOT touch.
Follow directions explicitly.
Unplug the power plug from the wall socket.
Call the service center for help.
These warning signs are here to prevent injury to you and others.
Please follow them explicitly.
After reading this section, keep it in a safe place for future reference.
safety information
This manual describes how to properly use your new mp3 player.
Read it carefully to avoid damaging the player and injuring yourself.
Pay particular attention to the following serious warnings:
PROTECT YOURSELF
ƒ Do not disassemble, repair, or modify this product on your own.
CAUTION
CAUTION
ƒ Do not get the product wet or drop it in water. If the product gets wet, do
not switch it on because you could get an electric shock. Instead, contact
a Samsung Customer Service Center at 1-800 SAMSUNG.
ƒ Do not use the earphones while you are driving a bicycle, automobile or
motorcycle.
It can cause a serious accident, and furthermore, is prohibited by law in some
areas.
Using the earphones while walking or jogging on a road, in particular, on a
crosswalk can lead to a serious accident.
ƒ For your safety, make sure the earphone cable does not get in the way of
your arm or other surrounding objects while you are taking exercise or a
walk.
WARNING
ƒ Do not place the product in damp, dusty, or sooty areas because these
environments could lead to fire or electric shock.
PROTECT YOURSELF
WARNING
ƒ Using earphones or headphones for an extended time may cause serious
damage to your hearing.
If you are exposed to sound louder than 85db for an extended time, you may
adversely affect your hearing. The louder the sound is, the more seriously damaged
your hearing may be (an ordinary conversation is between 50 to 60db and road
noise is approximately 80db). You are strongly advised to set the volume level to
medium (the medium level is usually less than 2/3 of the maximum).
ƒ If you feel a ringing in the ear(s), lower the volume or stop using the
earphones or headphones.
PROTECT YOUR MP3 PLAYER
ƒ Do not leave the player in temperatures above 95°F (35°C), such as a
sauna or a parked car.
ƒ Do not cause excessive impact on the player by dropping it.
ƒ Do not place heavy objects on top of the player.
ƒ Prevent any foreign particles or dust from entering into the product.
ƒ Do not place the product near magnetic objects.
ƒ Be sure to backup important data. Samsung is not responsible for data loss.
ƒ Use only accessories provided by or approved by Samsung.
CAUTION
CAUTION
NOTE
ƒ Do not spray water on the product. Never clean the product with chemical
substances such as benzene or thinner, as it may cause fire, electric
shock or deteriorate the surface.
ƒ Failure to follow these instructions may lead to physical injuries or damage to
the player.
ƒ When printing this user manual, we recommend that you print in color and
check “Fit to Page” in the print option for better viewing.
SAFETY INFORMATION
FCC
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Caution: Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are
not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio 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 turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try 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 to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
SAFETY INFORMATION (Continued)
Declaration of Conformity
We, Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd., declares under its sole responsibility that
the product, Trade name Samsung & Model name YP-P2, has been tested
according to the part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Party responsible for Product Compliance
Samsung Electronics America QA Lab.
18600 Broadwick Street, Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220
contents
THE BASICS
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SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO
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WATCHING A VIDEO
What’s included
Your MP3 Player
Screen displays
Using the touch screen
Charging the battery
Caring for the battery
Turning the Power on & off
Playing a video file
Controlling the volume
Disabling the buttons
Browsing for files using “File Browser”
Changing the settings and
preferences
Menu Style Settings
Sound Settings
Display Settings
Language Settings
Time Settings
System Settings
Resetting the system
37
38
39
PC requirements
Installing Samsung Media Studio
Transferring files to the player with
Samsung Media Studio
42
43
44
44
45
Pausing
To move to a specific frame
To play the previous video file
To play the next video file
Using the video menu
contents
LISTENING TO MUSIC
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51
51
57
58
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Listening by category
Pausing
Playing from the beginning of the
current track
Playing the previous track
Playing the next track
Searching within a track
Creating a playlist using Samsung
Media Studio
Creating a playlist.
Adding music files to a playlist you’ve
created
Transferring a playlist to your player
using Media Studio
Creating a playlist on your mp3
player
Playing a playlist
Deleting a file from the playlist
Deleting all files from the playlist
Using the music menu
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67
Viewing pictures
Using the picture menu
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71
72
To use the mute function
To search for FM stations
Using the FM radio menu
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VIEWING PICTURES
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70
LISTENING TO FM RADIO
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USING THE DATACAST
79
Registering a channel
Creating a new channel group
Transferring a datacast from <Media
Studio>
Viewing Datacasts
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88
Reading text
Using the text menu
Setting the alarm
Viewing the calendar
Viewing the world clock
USING BLUETOOTH
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What is bluetooth?
Using a bluetooth stereo headset
Using the bluetooth menu
Bluetooth settings
UPGRADING FIRMWARE
96
Upgrading firmware
TROUBLESHOOTING
98
Troubleshooting
101
102
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105
Menu tree
Product specifications
License
Warranty
77
ENJOYING THE
PRIME PACK
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APPENDIX
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WHAT’S INCLUDED
Your new mp3 player comes with these accessories. If you’re missing any of these
items, contact Samsung Customer Service at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864).
Player
Earphones
Black :
AH30-00087E
White :
AH30-00086H
USB Cable
AH39-00899A
Installation CD
AH46-00050A
Easy Holder
AH97-02397A
The accessories in your box may look slightly different than these.
Using the Easy Holder
Mount the player onto the easy holder in a flat surface place. Doing this,
you can enjoy video without holding the player.
ƒ This is not a fixed holder, so be careful not to shake it.
NOTE
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YOUR MP3 PLAYER
Easy holder hook
Tying the easy holder strap
Touch screen
Up volume button
Press to increase the volume
Down volume button
Press to reduce the volume
Power LED
The Power LED is lit in red while
the battery is being charged.
When done, it turns green.
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Reset hole
If a player
malfunction occurs,
press the reset hole
with a pointed object
to re-initialize the
system.
YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
Hold switch
Push in the direction of the arrow to lock
the button functions.
Earphone connection jack
Earphones
Labeled “L” for
the left earpiece
and “R” for the
right earpiece.
Also serves as an
antenna for FM
Radio in the MP3
player.
USB connection port
Power & Play/Pause button
Press for play/pause.
Press and briefly hold for power on/off.
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SCREEN DISPLAYS
Video
1
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2
Video Track 1
3
4
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5
10
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1
Bluetooth/Lock/Alarm
Indicator
7
Play/Pause, Search
Indicator
2
Battery Status
8
Video Mode Indicator
3
Current Time
9
Play Status Bar
4
Current /Total Play Time
10
Back Icon
5
File Name
11
Menu Icon
6
Play/Pause, Search Icon
NOTE
ƒ The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen
may differ.
ƒ Information and icons on the current video playback will disappear shortly. Tap
on the screen if you want to display the video playback information and icons
again.
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SCREEN DISPLAYS (Continued)
Music
1
10
2
11
12
Songs
Audio Track 1
1/52
4
5
15
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Current Time
3
Battery Status
4
Current track playing /
Total number of tracks
Indicator
5
Music Play Screen
6
Play Status Bar
6
7
Current /Total Play Time
7
8
Play/Pause, Search Icon
9
DNSe Icon
10
Play/Pause, Search Indicator
8
16
Bluetooth/Lock/Alarm Indicator
2
3
13
14
1
9
11
Music Mode Indicator
12
Parent Menu Indicator
13
Music Title
14
DNSe Mode Indicator
15
Play Mode Indicator
16
Back Icon
17
Menu Icon
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SCREEN DISPLAYS (Continued)
Picture
7
8
Picture image 1
9
8/17
Bluetooth/Lock/Alarm Indicator
1
2
Current Time
2
3
Battery Status
4
Current file /
Total number of files Indicator
5
Next Image Icon
6
Zoom Icon
7
Music Play Status
8
Picture Mode Indicator
9
File Name
10
Previous Image Icon
11
Back Icon
12
Menu Icon
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4
5
10
6
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12
NOTE
1
[Picture View Screen]
ƒ Information and icons in the current picture display will disappear shortly.
Tap on the screen if you want to display the picture information and icons
again.
ƒ The Previous/Next Image [ , ] icon appears if you tap on the screen
once. Tapping it again will display both picture information and icons.
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SCREEN DISPLAYS (Continued)
FM Radio
1
Bluetooth/Lock/Alarm Indicator
2
Current Time
2
3
Battery Status
3
4
Manual/Preset Indicator
4
5
Preset Number Icon
6
Radio Mode Indicator
7
Current Frequency(MHz) Indicator
8
Frequency location Indicator
9
Back Icon
10
Menu Icon
1
6
FM Radio
7
8
5
9
10
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USING THE TOUCH SCREEN
Tap on touch screen with your thumb or fingertip.
incorrect
NOTE
correct
incorrect
ƒ Do not use force when touching the touch screen, as it may cause damage to the
screen.
ƒ To avoid damage to the touch screen, do not use any object other than your thumb
or fingers to operate it.
ƒ Do not tap on the touch screen if your thumb or fingers are not clean.
ƒ Do not tap on the touch screen with gloves on.
ƒ The touch screen may not function if you use a fingernail or other instruments such
as a ballpoint pen.
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USING THE TOUCH SCREEN (Continued)
You can tap on the screen in four directions – up, down, left and right, according
to the function.
ex) Play status bar for music
How To 1
Tap on and hold the play status bar on the
screen and move your thumb or fingers to a
desired point before releasing it.
ƒ The player resumes playing at the point of release.
How To 2
Tap on a desired point in the play status bar.
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USING THE TOUCH SCREEN (Continued)
ex) Zoomed image
How To 3
Tap on and hold the screen and slide your thumb or fingers in the
desired direction before releasing it as in the figure below.
ƒ In zoom mode, move your thumb or fingers in the desired direction.
The picture moves and appears in that direction.
Ä
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USING THE TOUCH SCREEN (Continued)
ex) Play the previous/next video file
How To 4
Slide your thumb or fingers to the left or right.
ƒ Left : Moves to the next file (depending on the the horizontal stroke setting. See
page 46).
ƒ Right : Moves to the previous file (depending on the the horizontal stroke setting.
See page 46).
Video Track 1
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CHARGING THE BATTERY
Charge it before using the player for the first time and when you haven’t used it
for a long time.
The battery for your mp3 player will fully charge in about 4 and a half hours,
although total charging time varies depending on your PC environment.
2
Power LED
1
1. Connect the other (larger) end of the USB cable to the USB Connection Port
on the bottom of the player.
2. Connect the USB cable to the USB port (
) on your PC.
ƒ The Power LED is lit in red while the battery is being charged. When done, it turns
green.
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CARING FOR THE BATTERY
Your battery will last longer if you follow these simple guidelines for caring for
and storing it.
• Recharge and store the battery within the temperature range of 40°F~95°F
(5°C~35°C ).
• Do not overcharge (longer than 12 hours).
Excessive charging or discharging may shorten the battery’s life.
• Battery life naturally shortens slowly over time.
NOTE
ƒ If you are charging the player while it is connected to a laptop computer, make sure
the laptop’s battery is also fully charged or that the laptop is plugged into its power
source.
ƒ The battery is not charged in the PC Standby mode or when the hardware is safely
removed.
TURNING THE POWER ON & OFF
Turning the Power on
Press and briefly hold the
button.
ƒ Power is turned on.
Turning the Power off
Press and briefly hold the
button.
ƒ Power is turned off.
NOTE
ƒ Your mp3 player will be automatically turned off when none of
the buttons and icons have been pressed for a specific length
of time in the pause mode. The factory setting for <Auto
Power Off> is 1 minute, but you can change this length of
time. See page 35 for more information.
ƒ For using <Cosmos> in the main menu, refer to page 27.
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PLAYING A VIDEO FILE
Load video files onto your new mp3 player using Samsung Media Studio.
Learn more about Media Studio on page 39.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
Video Track 1
ƒ The video list appears.
2. Select a video file to play and tap on it.
ƒ The selected video file starts to play horizontally.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
CONTROLLING THE VOLUME
You can adjust the volume while a file is stopped or in its playback.
How To 1
Press the
,
button.
ƒ The volume control bar appears.
The range of volume is set between 0 to 30.
ƒ Press the
volume or the
button to increase the
button to decrease it.
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers up or down
from the middle right of the screen.
ƒ The volume control bar appears.
ƒ Sliding your thumb or fingers upward will
increase the volume and downward will
decrease it.
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DISABLING THE BUTTONS
The hold function disables all the other buttons and icons on the mp3 player,
so that if you accidentally bump one-while working out, for example-your music
won’t be interrupted.
1. Push the
arrow.
switch in the direction of the
Video Track 1
2. Push the
switch in the opposite
direction of the arrow to release the hold
function.
BROWSING FOR FILES USING “File Browser”
Search easily for files using the “File Browser” function.
1. Tap on the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <File Browser> folder list containing “Video, Music, Playlists,
Pictures, Datacasts and Texts” appears.
2. Select a desired folder.
3. Tap on a selected folder to bring up the file list.
ƒ Tap on the [
] icon to move to the previous screen.
File Browser
1/6
Video
Music
Playlists
Pictures
Datacasts
Texts
4. Select a desired file.
5. Tap on a selected file.
ƒ The file will start playing.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES
Your mp3 player comes with settings and preferences that were set up at the
factory, but you can change these pre-set values to truly customize your player.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
Menu Style Settings
You can change the menu design and font and delete the background
image of the main menu.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
Settings
Menu Style
2. Select <Menu Style> and tap on it.
Sound
ƒ The <Menu Style> menu appears.
Display
3. Tap on a desired menu.
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
Language
Time
System
Menu Style Setting Options
ƒ Menu Design : You can change the style of the main menu screen. Select from
<Cosmos>, <Matrix> and <My Skin>. See pages 27~28
ƒ Font : You can change the font type of the menu language. Select one from 3
font types. In some menu languages, <Font> will be disabled.
ƒ Reset My Skin : Initializes the background image of the touch screen to its
default image.
NOTE
ƒ If the <Settings> screen is open and you don’t push any buttons for about
1 minute, the unsaved settings will be lost, and the player will return to the
previous function.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Using the Cosmos Menu
How To 1
Position your thumb or fingers on the touch screen and slide upward or
downward.
Tap on the icon of the desired main menu.
<Cosmos> menu
How To 2
Position your thumb or fingers on a blank space of the touch screen and
circle around softly.
Tap on the icon of the desired main menu.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Using the Matrix Menu
Tap on the icon of the desired main menu.
<Matrix> menu
Using the My Skin Menu
Position your thumb or fingers on the touch screen and scroll and
release left or right by moving your fingertip. Tap on the icon of the
desired main menu.
<My Skin> menu
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Sound Settings
You can set the master EQ, beep sound, volume limit.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
2. Select <Sound> and tap on it.
ƒ The <Sound> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired menu.
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
Settings
Menu Style
Sound
Display
Language
Time
System
Sound Setting Options
ƒ Master EQ : You can optimize sound settings.
Tap the [ , ] icon to select the frequency you want to adjust.
The frequencies that can be adjusted are <60Hz>, <150Hz>, <400Hz>,
<1.1KHz>, <3.5KHz>, <8KHz> and <14KHz>. Tap the [ , ] icon to adjust the
selected frequency’s level and tap <OK>.
ƒ Beep Sound : Sets the beep sound for touch screen operations to on or off.
Select from <Off> and <On>.
ƒ Volume Limit : You can avoid hearing damage by setting the limit of the volume
when using the earphone. <On> will limit the maximum volume level to 15.
The maximum volume level when volume limit is set to <Off> is 30.
Even if you have selected <Off>, the volume will be set back to 15 to avoid
hearing damage when you turn the player back on.
NOTE
ƒ You can not set the <Master EQ> while the player is connecting to the
Bluetooth stereo headset.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Display Settings
Change the display off time and brightness of your screen.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
2. Select <Display> and tap on it.
ƒ The <Display> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired menu.
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
Settings
Menu Style
Sound
Display
Language
Time
System
Display Setting Options
ƒ Display Off : If no buttons or icons are tapped within the time set shown below,
the touch screen will automatically be turned off. Select from <15sec>, <30sec>,
<1min>, <3min>, <5min> and <Always On>. Press any button to turn it back on.
ƒ Brightness : You can adjust the brightness of the screen. Select a level from
<0-10>, where 10 is the brightest.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Language Settings
The menus on your new mp3 player can be set to appear in any one of
multiple languages. You can change your preference language easily.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
Settings
Menu Style
2. Select <Language> and tap on it.
Sound
ƒ The <Language> menu appears.
Display
3. Tap on a desired menu.
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
Language
Time
System
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Language Setting Options
ƒ Menu : Set the menu language. Tap the [ a ,b ] icon to move to the previous/
next page.
Select from <English>, <
>, <Français>, <Deutsch>, <Italiano>, <
>,
<ㅔԧЁ᭛>, <㐕储Ё᭛>, <Español>, <Ɋɭɫɫɤɢɣ>, <Magyar>, <Nederlands>,
<Polski>, <Português>, <Svenska>, <ѳъѕ>, <ýeština>, <ƧnjnjLjǎNJNjƽ>,
<Türkçe>, <Norsk>, <Dansk>, <Suomi>, <Español (Sudamérica)>, <Português
(Brasil)>, <Indonesia>, <TiӃng ViӋt>, <Bulgarian>, <Română>, <ɍɤɪɚʀɧɫɶɤɚ>,
<Slovenšþina> or <Slovenský>.
ƒ Contents : Set the language in which the track information and Text will appear.
Tap the [ a ,b ] icon to move to the previous/next page. Select from <English>,
<Korean>, <French> <German> <Italian> <Japanese> <Simplified Chinese>
<Tranditional Chinese> <Spanish> <Russian> <Hungarian> <Dutch>
<Polish> <Portuguese> <Swedish> <Thai>, <Finnish> <Danish>
<Norwegian> <Farsi>, <Afrikaans> <Basque> <Catalan> <Czech>,
<Estonian> <Greek> <Hrvatski> <Icelandic> <Rumanian> <Slovak>
<Slovene> <Turkish> or <Vietnamese>.
ƒ The supported languages can be changed or added.
NOTE
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Time Settings
Setting the time allows you to use the date/time set, date type and even
time zone.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
2. Select <Time> and tap on it.
ƒ The <Time> menu appears.
Settings
Menu Style
Sound
Display
3. Tap on a desired menu.
Language
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
System
Time
Time Setting Options
ƒ Date/Time Set : Set the current date and time. Tap the [ , ] icon to set each
item of <Year>, <Month>, <Day>, <Hour>, <Min> and <AM/PM>.
ƒ Date Type : You can set the time display type for the world clock. Select from
<YY-MM-DD>, <MM-DD-YY> and <DD-MM-YY>.
ƒ Time Zone : You can change the current time by selecting an international city
specific time zone. You must set the time zone before you can display the world
time information. See page 88
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
System Settings
Choose the sleep timer, start mode, auto power off, default setting that’s
right for you.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Settings> menu appears.
2. Select <System> and tap on it.
ƒ The <System> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired menu.
4. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
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Settings
Menu Style
Sound
Display
Language
Time
System
CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
System Setting Options
ƒ Sleep : Turns off power automatically after the preset time. Select either <Off>,
<15min>, <30min>, <60min>, <90min>, or <120min>.
ƒ Start Mode : You can set the start screen displayed when you turn on the
player. Select from <Home> and <Last State>. Select <Home> to start the
system with the main menu screen while <Last State> will use the last used
menu screen.
ƒ Auto Power Off : Automatically turns power off when there is no button
operation after the preset time in the pause mode. Select either <15sec>,
<30sec>, <1min>, <3min>, <5min> or <Always On>.
ƒ Default Set : Returns all settings to the default value. Select either <Yes> or
<No>. <Yes> initializes all settings to default. <No> cancels default settings.
ƒ Format : Formats the internal memory. Select either <Yes> or <No>. Selecting
<Yes> will format the internal memory and delete all files on the player.
Selecting <No> does not format the internal memory. Check before formatting it.
ƒ About : Checks the firmware version and memory capacity.
ƒ Firmware - Displays the current firmware version.
ƒ Memory - Indicates the remaining memory capacity. <Used> indicates
the usage, <Remaining> indicates the remaining capacity and
<Total> indicates the total memory capacity.
NOTE
ƒ Regarding the Built-In Memory
1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes : actual formatted capacity may be less as the
internal firmware uses a portion of the memory.
the basics _ 35
RESETTING THE SYSTEM
If your mp3 player won’t turn on, won’t play music, or isn’t recognized by your
computer when you connect it, you may have to reset the system.
Press the Reset hole at the rear of the
player with a pointed object such as a
safety clip.
ƒ The system will be initialized.
ƒ Your settings and files will not be affected.
36 _ the basics
samsung media studio
Samsung Media Studio is the easy-to-use software application that
helps you organize your files on your PC. With your files already sorted
and organized in Media Studio, you can quickly transfer them to your
mp3 without searching your entire hard drive for the right file.
PC REQUIREMENTS
Your PC system must meet the following minimum specifications in order to
install and run Media Studio:
• Pentium 500MHz or higher
• USB Port 2.0
• Windows XP Service Pack 2 or higher
• DirectX 9.0 or higher
• 100MB of free hard disc space
• CD Rom Drive (2X or higher)
• Windows Media Player 10.0 or higher
• Resolution 1024 X 768 or higher
• Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
• 512 MB RAM or higher
samsung media studio _ 37
INSTALLING SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO
CAUTION
ƒ Ensure that you run the <Media Studio> installer in your PC’s administrator account.
Otherwise, <Media Studio> will not be installed. To find the administrator account,
please refer to your PC’s user manual.
1. Insert the Installation CD provided
with the player into the CD-ROM drive.
2. Click <Install Now>.
3. Click <Next>.
ƒ <Media Studio> installation starts and then creates
an
icon on your desktop when installation is
complete.
Next >
38 _ samsung media studio
TRANSFERRING FILES TO THE PLAYER WITH
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO
<Media Studio> enables you to select and organize files and folders before
transferring them to your player. This will make scanning files on your mp3
player easier and faster. <Media Studio> file transfer is the easiest way to get
files from your PC to your mp3 player.
2
1
1. Connect the other (larger) end of the USB cable to the USB Connection Port
on the bottom of the player.
2. Connect the USB cable to the USB port (
) on your PC.
ƒ <USB connected> appears on the touch screen of the player.
ƒ <Media Studio> will automatically start when the player is connected to your PC.
ƒ If the program does not start automatically, double click the <Media Studio> icon
on the desktop.
NOTE
ƒ Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote and
Gracenote CDDB® Music Recognition ServiceSM.
ƒ CDDB is a registered trademark of Gracenote. The Gracenote logo and logotype,
the Gracenote CDDB logo and logotype, and the “Powered by Gracenote CDDB”
logo are trademarks of Gracenote. Music Recognition Service and MRS are service
marks of Gracenote.
samsung media studio _ 39
TRANSFERRING FILES TO THE PLAYER WITH
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO (Continued)
3. Click the icon for the type of file you want to
transfer.
ƒ Click
to display music list.
ƒ Click
to display video list.
ƒ Click
to display picture list
to display etc list. The ETC list includes
ƒ Click
file types (ex: TXT, etc) other than music, picture,
and video files.
4. Click <Add File> on the bottom of
<Media Studio>.
3
[YP-P2 [MTP]]
Portable [YP-P2[MTP]]
4
ƒ The <Open> window will appear.
5. Select the files to add and click <Open>.
ƒ The files are added to the list on the left side the
<Media Studio> Screen.
5
6. Select the file to transfer from the list on the left
side.
7. Click the
icon.
ƒ The file you selected is transferred to the player.
6
[YP-P2 [MTP]]
Portable [YP-P2[MTP]]
7
40 _ samsung media studio
TRANSFERRING FILES TO THE PLAYER WITH
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO (Continued)
CAUTION
ƒ Do not disconnect the USB cable during file transfer. Disconnecting during transfer
may damage the player or your PC.
ƒ Connect the player to your computer directly rather than through a USB hub to
avoid an unstable connection.
NOTE
ƒ When transferring a video file to the player using <Media Studio>, it is automatically
converted into .svi format before transfer. The file size is automatically adjusted too.
A video file that is not converted into .svi format cannot be played on your player.
ƒ Samsung Media Studio supported video files
- Mpeg Files (.mpg, .mpeg), AVI Files (.avi), WMV Files (.wmv), ASF Files (.asf),
SVI Files (.svi), MP4 Files (.mp4), Real Media Files (.rm, .rmvb), MOV Files
(.mov), SMF Files (.smf).
- Files that Media Studio supports may change in the future.
ƒ When transferring a picture to the player using <Media Studio>, it is automatically
converted into JPG format before transfer. The file size is automatically adjusted,
too.
G picture that is transferred to the player without using <Media Studio> can look
ƒA
different on the screen from the original picture.
ƒ All functions are disabled during connection.
ƒ If you connect the USB cable to the PC in the Low Battery condition, the player will
be charged for several minutes before connecting to the PC.
ƒ Samsung Media Studio has a thorough Help function. If you can’t find the answer to
your question about Media Studio, click <MENU> ĺ <Help> ĺ <Help> on the top
of the <Media Studio> program.
ƒ An audio book with DRM (Digital Rights Management) is not supported.
ƒ What is SVI?
Samsung Audio Video interleaving(SVI) is a new video format developed and
controlled by Samsung.
samsung media studio _ 41
watching a video
ƒ Before you start - Transfer video files to the player using <Media Studio>. See page 39.
Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the battery.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The video list appears.
2. Select a video file to play and tap on it.
ƒ The selected video file starts to play horizontally.
PAUSING
1. Tap the [
] icon during playback.
ƒ The video playback will be paused.
2. Tap the [
] icon to resume playing.
ƒ The video will play from the point where it stopped.
NOTE
ƒ Information and icons on the current video playback screen will disappear shortly. Tap
on the screen if you want to display the video playback information and icon again.
ƒ When transferring a video file to the player using <Media Studio>, it is automatically
converted into SVI format before transfer. The file size is automatically adjusted,
too.
42 _ watching a video
TO MOVE TO A SPECIFIC FRAME
How To 1
1. In horizontal view, press and briefly
hold the [ , ] icon during playback .
Video Track 1
ƒ This enables you to move backwards or
forwards in the current video file.
2. Release the icon when you have
moved to the position you want.
ƒ The video starts playing from the
position.
How To 2
Tap on the point on the video play status bar where you want playback
to start.
ƒ The video starts playing from the point you have selected.
NOTE
ƒ Sliding your thumb or fingers in the left / right direction will move playback
forward or backward depending on the Horizontal Stroke setting. See page
46.
watching a video _ 43
TO PLAY THE PREVIOUS VIDEO FILE
How To 1
Tap the [ ] icon within 3 seconds after
the current video started playing.
Video Track 1
Tap the [ ] icon twice 3 seconds after
the current video started playing
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers to the right.
ƒ This will return to the previous video.
How To 2
TO PLAY THE NEXT VIDEO FILE
How To 1
Tap the [
] icon.
Video Track 1
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers to the left.
ƒ This will move to the next video.
How To 2
44 _ watching a video
USING THE VIDEO MENU
To set a bookmark
Once you bookmark a specific scene that you want to see again, you
can enjoy it at any time you want.
1. Tap the [ ] icon at the scene you
want during video playback.
Bookm Add
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Bookmark>.
ƒ The <Bookmark> menu appears.
DNSe
Horizontal Stroke
Screen Size
3. Tap <Add>.
ƒ The currently played/stopped point is set
to a bookmark.
ƒ You will see the [ | ] symbol on the play status bar.
ƒ The Overwrite window appears if there is a bookmark previously set. If you select
NOTE
<Yes>, the previously set bookmark is deleted and a new bookmark is added.
ƒ A bookmark can be set one for each video file, and you can set a maximum
of 100 bookmarks.
ƒ The bookmark point can be slightly different from the actual point.
To move to (play) / remove the bookmark
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Bookmark>.
ƒ The <Bookmark> menu appears.
Bookm
Add
DNSe
Go to
Horizon Delete
Screen Size
3. Tap <Go to> or <Delete>.
NOTE
ƒ When you selected <Go to> then the player will move to the selected
bookmark and start playback.
ƒ <Delete> will remove the selected bookmark from the video file.
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to exit the menu.
watching a video _ 45
USING THE VIDEO MENU (Continued)
To set the Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe)
Select the right sound for each video genre.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <DNSe>.
ƒ The <DNSe> menu appears.
Bookmark
DNSe
Normal
Horizon
Drama
Screen
Action
3. Tap on a desired DNSe.
ƒ Select from <Normal>, <Drama> and <Action>.
ƒ What is DNSe?
Digital Natural Sound Engine (DNSe) is a sound effect function for MP3 players
NOTE
developed by Samsung. It provides various sound settings to enhance the type
of music you’re listening to.
To set the horizontal stroke
You can fast forward through a file at various intervals when you touch the
screen to the left or right. Skip a whole file or skip several seconds at a time.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
Bookma
1 File
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Horizontal Stroke>.
ƒ The <Horizontal Stroke> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired horizontal stroke.
DNSe
Seek
Horizon
10Sec Skip
Screen
ƒ Select from <1 File>, <Seek>, <10sec
Skip>, <30sec Skip> and <1min Skip>.
ƒ Left : Moves forward depending on the horizontal stroke interval setting.
ƒ Right : Moves backward depending on the horizontal stroke interval setting.
ƒ <1 File> : If you set <Horizontal Stroke> to <1 File>, the previous or next file
will be selected.
ƒ When the <Seek> option is set, sliding your thumb or fingers to the left / right
cycles through the <x2> ĺ <x4> ĺ <x8> playback speeds.
ƒ The horizontal stroke interval can be different from the actual skip interval,
NOTE
depending on the file.
46 _ watching a video
USING THE VIDEO MENU (Continued)
To select the screen size
You can select the display size of the video playback.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Screen Size>.
ƒ The <Screen Size> menu appears.
Bookma
Actual
DNSe
Standard
Horizon
Full
Screen
Zoom
3. Tap on a desired Screen Size.
ƒ Select from <Actual>, <Standard>,
<Full> and <Zoom>.
Screen Size Menu
<Standard>
NOTE
<Full>
<Zoom>
ƒ For some video files, <Screen Size> or other related menus may not be
displayed.
watching a video _ 47
USING THE VIDEO MENU (Continued)
ƒ Before you start - Use only a Bluetooth-certified stereo headset.
Check if to make sure your Bluetooth stereo headset has been registered.
<Connect to Headset> appears when there is a registered headset. For more
information, refer to <Using a Bluetooth Stereo Headset>. See page 90
To connect a Bluetooth stereo headset
You can directly connect to a registered Bluetooth headset during video
playback.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Connect to Headset>.
Horizontal Stroke
Screen Size
Connect to Headset
ƒ IGf <Bluetooth Mode> is set to <Off>, it will
be changed to <On>.
ƒ When the connection is successfully done, you will see the [
screen.
] icon on the
ƒ You can enjoy listening to audio on a video file via the Bluetooth headset.
To disconnect the Bluetooth stereo headset
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the video
playback screen.
ƒ The <Video> menu appears.
2. Tap <Disconnect Headset>.
ƒ The Bluetooth headset is disconnected.
ƒ <DNSe> does not appear while the player
is connecting to the Bluetooth stereo
headset.
48 _ watching a video
NOTE
Bookmark
Horizontal Stroke
Screen Size
Disconnect Headset
listening to music
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the battery.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
LISTENING BY CATEGORY
Music
Now Playing
Songs
1/52
Audio Track 1
Artists
Albums
Songs
Genres
Playlists
Music Browser
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Music> list will appear.
2. Select a desired item in the music list and tap on it.
ƒ The music file appear.
3. Select a music file to play and tap on it.
ƒ The music will start playing.
listening to music _ 49
LISTENING BY CATEGORY (Continued)
Music List
File information including the artist name, album name, music title and genre will be
displayed according to the ID3 Tag information on the appropriate music file. A file without
an ID3 Tag is displayed as [Unknown].
ƒ Now Playing : Plays a recently played file or moves to the playback screen of the current
file.
ƒ Artists : To play by artist
ƒ Albums : To play by album
ƒ Songs : To play in numeric or alphabetical order
ƒ Genres : To play by genre
ƒ Playlists : To play by Playlist.
ƒ Music Browser : Shows all the music files stored in the Music Folder.
ƒ MP3 and WMA music files are compatible with the player.
NOTE
ƒ MP1 or MP2 files which only have a changed extension to MP3 may not play on the
player.
ƒ What is an ID3 Tag?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the file such as
the title, artist, album, year, genre and a comment field.
50 _ listening to music
PAUSING
1. Tap the [
] icon or press the
button while the music is playing.
ƒ The music playback will be paused.
2. Tap the [
] icon or press the
button again.
ƒ The music will play from the point where it stopped.
PLAYING FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE CURRENT TRACK
1. Tap the [
] icon after 3 seconds of play.
ƒ The current track starts playing from the beginning.
PLAYING THE PREVIOUS TRACK
How To 1
Tap the [
Tap the [
Songs
] icon within 3 seconds of play.
] icon twice after 3 seconds of play.
52/52
Audio Track 0
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers to the right.
ƒ The previous track will start playing.
How To 2
ƒ When playing VBR files, the previous track may not play even if you tap the [
icon within 3 seconds.
CAUTION
]
listening to music _ 51
PLAYING THE NEXT TRACK
How To 1
Tap the [
Songs
] icon.
2/52
Audio Track 2
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers to the left.
ƒ The next track will start playing.
How To 2
SEARCHING WITHIN A TRACK
How To 1
1. Press and briefly hold the [ ] or [
the selected track is playing.
] icon while
Songs
1/52
Audio Track 1
ƒ It searches to the beginning or the end of the track.
2. Release the icon at the point you wish to start.
ƒ It starts playing from the point you release the icon.
How To 2
Tap on a desired point in the play status bar.
ƒ Sliding your thumb or fingers in the left / right direction will move playback
forward or backward depending on the Horizontal Stroke setting. See page
64
52 _ listening to music
NOTE
CREATING A PLAYLIST USING
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO
With <Media Studio>, you can create your own collection, or playlist, of audio files.
ƒ Before you start - Connect the player to your PC.
Media Studio must be installed on your PC.
Creating a Playlist
[YP-P2 [MTP]]
1
OK
Portable [YP-P2[MTP]]
3
2
1. Click <Playlists> on the top of <Media Studio>.
ƒ The <Playlists> window appears.
2. Click <New Playlists> on the bottom.
ƒ The <Create Playlists> window appears.
3. Type in the playlist title and click [OK].
ƒ A new playlist will be named and stored in the <Playlists> section
of <Media Studio>.
listening to music _ 53
CREATING A PLAYLIST USING
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO (Continued)
Adding music files to a Playlist you’ve created
1
[YP-P2 [MTP]]
2
4
5
3
1. Click <My PC> on the top of <Media Studio>.
ƒ The <My PC> window appears.
2. Click <Playlists> in the right corner of the window.
ƒ The <Playlists> window appears.
3. Double click on a playlist in the right window.
4. Select files that you want to transfer in the <My PC> window.
5. Click
.
ƒ The selected files will be added to the playlist.
54 _ listening to music
CREATING A PLAYLIST USING
SAMSUNG MEDIA STUDIO (Continued)
Transferring a Playlist to your player using Media Studio
[YP-P2 [MTP]]
1
2
Portable [YP-P2[MTP]]
3
1. Click <Playlists> on the top of <Media Studio>.
ƒ The <Playlists> window appears.
2. Select a playlist in the <Playlists> section.
3. Click
.
ƒ The selected playlist will be transferred to the player folder by folder in <File
Browser> ĺ <Playlists>.
NOTE
ƒ GThe player can play up to 400 playlists and up to 400 music files for each
playlist.
listening to music _ 55
CREATING A PLAYLIST ON YOUR MP3 PLAYER
If you’ve already downloaded files to your mp3 player, you can create a
“Favorites” playlist without Media Studio or your PC.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
Music
2. Select <Music> and tap on it.
ƒ The music file list appears.
3 Select a file to add to the playlist and tap [
1/5
Song 1
Song 2
] icon.
ƒ The Playlist menu appears.
Song 3
Song 4
Song 5
4. Tap <Add to Playlist>.
ƒ <Playlist 1> to <Playlist 5> appears.
5. Tap on the playlist number you want to add the selected
file to.
Add to Playlist
ƒ The selected file is included in the playlist.
ƒ You can check the playlist in <Music> ĺ <Playlists> ĺ
<Playlist 1> to <Playlist 5> in the main menu.
NOTE
ƒ You can add up to 200 music files to each playlist(<Playlist 1>
to <Playlist 5>).
Music
1/5
Song 1
Song 2
Song 3
Song 4
Playlist 1
Song 5
Playlist 2
Playlist 3
Playlist 4
Add to PlaylistPlaylist 5
56 _ listening to music
PLAYING A PLAYLIST
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The music list appears.
2. Select <Playlists> and tap on it.
ƒ The Playlist(s) will appear.
3.GSelect a desired playlist and tap on it.
Playlists
Playlist 1
Playlist 2
Playlist 3
Playlist 4
Playlist 5
ƒ The music files saved in the selected playlist will appear.
ƒ If there is no playlist found, you will see a <No file> message on
the screen.
4. Select a music file to play and tap on it.
ƒ The music file will start playing.
NOTE
ƒ See pages 53 and 55 to see how to transfer the playlist using
<Media Studio>.
Playlist 1
1/5
Song 1
Song 4
Song 6
Song 8
Song 9
listening to music _ 57
DELETING A FILE FROM THE PLAYLIST
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
Playlist 1
ƒ The music list appears.
Song 1
2. Select <Playlists> and tap on it.
Song 4
ƒ The Playlist(s) will appear.
Song 6
Song 8
3.GSelect a desired playlist and tap on it.
Song 9
ƒ The music files saved in the selected playlist will appear.
4. Select a file to delete from the playlist and tap [
ƒ The Playlist menu appears.
] icon.
Add to Playlist
Delete from Playlist
Delete All from Playlist
5. Tap <Delete from Playlist>.
ƒ The delete confirmation window appears.
6. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The selected file is deleted from the playlist.
ƒ The selected file in the playlist cannot be deleted while its playing back.
NOTE
DELETING ALL FILES FROM THE PLAYLIST
Follow steps 1-3 above.
4. Tap [
] icon.
ƒ The Playlist menu appears.
5. Tap <Delete All from Playlist>.
ƒ The delete confirmation window appears.
6. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ All files are deleted from the playlist.
58 _ listening to music
1/5
USING THE MUSIC MENU
The Music menu allows you manage all facets of listening - from repeating
tracks and albums to choosing the background on the screen as you listen.
To set the sound effect
You can enjoy clearer sound.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Sound Effect>.
ƒ The <Sound Effect> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired sound effect.
ƒ Select from <Street Mode> and <Clarity>.
Songs
2/52
Audio Track 1
Sound Street
Effect Mode
DNSe Clarity
Play Mode
Music Play Screen
Add to Alarm
Horizontal Stroke
Sound Effect Options
ƒ Street Mode : Allows you to hear the music outdoors clearly by filtering out
some of the street noise. Select either <Off> or <On>
ƒ Clarity : You can enjoy clearer sound with improved quality. Select from <0-2>.
ƒ Tap the [
] icon to exit the menu.
NOTE
listening to music _ 59
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set the Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe)
Select the right sound for each music genre.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <DNSe>.
ƒ The <DNSe> menu appears.
3. Tap on one of the DNSe options.
ƒ Select from <Normal>, <Studio>, <Rock>,
<Classical>, <Jazz>, <Ballad>, <Club>,
<Rhythm & Blues>, <Dance>, <Concert Hall> and
<User>.
Songs
2/52
Audio Track 1
Normal
Studio
Sound Effect
Rock
DNSe
Classical
Play Mode
Jazz
Music PlayBallad
Screen
Club
Add to Alarm
Horizontal Stroke
ƒ You can set <EQ> and <3D&Bass> when you have
selected <User>. See page 61
NOTE
ƒ You can also set DNSe by touching the [DNSe] icon on the music play
screen.
ƒ What is DNSe?
Digital Natural Sound Engine (DNSe) is a sound effect function for MP3
players developed by Samsung. It provides various sound settings to
enhance the type of music you’re listening to.
60 _ listening to music
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set the Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe) (Continued)
<3D&Bass>
Sets 3D sound effect and bass enhancement.
1 Tap the [
] icon of <User>.
User
ƒ The <User> screen appears.
2. Tap <3D&Bass>.
ƒ The <3D&Bass> setting screen appears.
3. Select either <3D> or <Bass> and tap the [
icon to set the point you want.
,
]
[
[
Z
Z
Y
Y
X
X
W
W
ƒ You can select from <0-4> for the <3D> and <Bass>.
4. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The setting is completed.
Zk
OK
iˆšš
Cancel
<EQ>
You can adjust individual frequencies to adjust the sound to your preference.
User
1 Tap the [ ] icon of <User>.
ƒ The <User> screen appears.
2. Tap <EQ>.
ƒ The <EQ> setting screen appears.
3. Tap the [ , ] icon to select the frequency you
want to adjust and tap the [ , ] icon to adjust
the selected frequency’s level.
ƒ The frequencies that can be adjusted are <60Hz>,
<150Hz>, <400Hz>, <1.1KHz>, <3.5KHz>, <8KHz>,
<14KHz>.
ƒ You can select from <–10 ~ +10> for the selected
frequency’s level.
OK
Cancel
4. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The setting is completed.
listening to music _ 61
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set the play mode
Select playback mode such as repeat settings.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Play Mode>.
ƒ The <Play Mode> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired play mode.
ƒ Select from <Normal>, <Repeat>, <Repeat One> and
<Shuffle>.
Songs
2/52
Audio Track 1
Sound Effect
DNSe
Play Mode Normal
Repeat
Music Play Screen
Add to AlarmRepeat One
Shuffle
Horizontal Stroke
Play Mode Options
ƒ Normal : To play all the tracks in order one time.
ƒ Repeat: To repeat all files.
ƒ Repeat One: To repeat one file.
ƒ Shuffle: To play files at random.
62 _ listening to music
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To select the music play screen
Choose a background image from those provided, or choose an image
of your own to be displayed as you listen to music.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Music Play Screen>.
ƒ The <Music Play Screen> menu appears.
3. Tap the [ , ] icon to select a desired music
play screen and tap <OK>.
ƒ Select from <Type 1>, <Type 2>, <Type 3>,
<Type 4>, <Album Info.> and <Album Art>.
Songs
2/52
Audio Track 1
Sound Effect
DNSe
Play Mode
Type 4
Music Play Screen
OK
Add to Alarm
Cancel
Horizontal Stroke
Music Play Screen Options
ƒ Type 1 ~ Type 4 : You can select a desired music play screen.
ƒ Album Info. : Information on the artist name, album and genre displays if ID3
Tag information is stored on the music file.
ƒ Album Art : The album cover image displays if an album cover image is
included in the ID3 Tag information of the music file.
Album cover images less than 200 pixel (horizontal) x 200
pixel(vertical) in size are supported.
NOTE
ƒ You can also change the Music Play Screen by simply tapping on it when
music is playing.
ƒ What is an ID3 Tag?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the such
as the title, artist, album, year, genre and a comment field.
listening to music _ 63
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To add to alarm sound
You can add your favorite music file to the alarm sound list, so it can
be heard the next time the alarm goes off. See page 84 to set the alarm.
1. Select a music file to add to the alarm sound and
Songs
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tap the [ ] icon.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Add to Alarm>.
ƒ The Save window appears.
3. Tap <OK>.
Audio Track 1
Sound Effect
DNSe
Save?
Play Mode
ƒ The selected music will be added to the alarm sound list.
Music Play Screen
ƒ One music file can be added to the alarm sound.
Add to Alarm
OK
Cancel
Horizontal Stroke
To set the horizontal stroke
You can set the stroke interval of scrolling music file playback by sliding
your thumb or fingers to the left or right.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Horizontal Stroke>.
ƒ The <Horizontal Stroke> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired horizontal stroke.
ƒ Select from <1 File>, <5sec Skip>, <10sec Skip>,
<30sec Skip> and <1min Skip>.
NOTE
ƒ If the file was developed with a variable bit rate, the
actual length of the horizontal stroke may not be
exactly what you select.
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Songs
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Audio Track 1
Sound Effect
DNSe
1 File
Play Mode 5sec Skip
10sec Skip
Music Play Screen
30sec Skip
Add to Alarm
1min Skip
Horizontal Stroke
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
ƒ Before you start - Use only the Bluetooth-certified stereo headset.
Check if your Bluetooth stereo headset has been registered.
<Connect to Headset> appears when there is a registered headset. For more
information, refer to <Using a Bluetooth Stereo Headset>. See page 90
To connect a Bluetooth stereo headset
You can connect directly to the registered Bluetooth
stereo headset during music playback.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the music play screen.
ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Connect to Headset>.
ƒ If <Bluetooth Mode> is set to <Off>, it will be changed
to <On>.
ƒ When the connection is successfully done, you will
see the [ ] icon on the screen.
ƒ You can listen to music through the Bluetooth headset.
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Sound Effect
DNSe
Play Mode
Music Play Screen
Add to Alarm
Horizontal Stroke
Connect to Headset
To disconnect the Bluetooth stereo headset
1. Tap the [
] icon on the music play screen.
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ƒ The <Music> menu appears.
2. Tap <Disconnect Headset>.
ƒ The Bluetooth headset is disconnected.
NOTE
ƒ <Sound Effect> and <DNSe> does not appear while
the player is connecting to the Bluetooth stereo
headset.
Play Mode
Music Play Screen
Add to Alarm
Horizontal Stroke
Disconnect Headset
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viewing pictures
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the battery.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The picture preview window appears.
2. Select a picture to view and tap on it.
ƒ The selected picture is displayed.
ƒ Tap the [
] icon to move to the preview window.
To move to the previous/next picture
Tap [
NOTE
,
] icon on the picture view screen.
ƒ The previous/next picture will be displayed.
ƒ Information and icons on the currently viewed picture will disappear shortly. Tap on the
screen if you want to display the picture information and icons again.
ƒ The Previous/Next Image [ , ] icon appears if you tap on the screen once. Tapping it
again will display both picture information and icon.
].
ƒ Those JPG files with no thumbnail or wrong thumbnail information are displayed [
ƒ Some pictures can be displayed slowly.
ƒ When transferring a picture to the player using <Media Studio>, it is automatically
converted into JPG format before transfer. The file size is automatically adjusted, too.
ƒ You can also use the <File Browser> to search for a picture. See page 25.
ƒ You can keep listening to music even if you select <Pictures> to view a picture.
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USING THE PICTURE MENU
To watch a slideshow
How To 1
Tap the [
] icon on the preview screen.
] icon on the screen appears on the screen,
ƒ The [
and the slideshow will start.
How To 2
1. Tap the [
] icon on the picture view screen.
ƒ The <Pictures> menu appears.
2. Tap <Start Slideshow>.
] icon on the screen appears on the screen,
ƒ The [
and the slideshow will start.
To set the slideshow speed
1. Tap the [
] icon on the picture view screen.
ƒ The <Pictures> menu appears.
2. Tap <Slideshow Speed>.
ƒ The <Slideshow Speed> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired speed.
ƒ Select from <Fast>, <Normal>, and <Slow>.
Start Slideshow
Slideshow Speed
Fast
Select as My
Skin
Normal
View Mode Slow
ƒ Tap the [
] icon to exit the menu.
NOTE
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USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To stop the slideshow
Tap on the screen in the slideshow mode.
ƒ This will stop the slideshow.
To select a picture as a background image
You can set a desired picture to the background image for the screen.
1. Select a picture to set as a background image
and tap the [ ] icon.
ƒ The <Pictures> menu appears.
2. Tap <Select as My Skin>.
ƒ The Save window appears.
3. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The selected picture is set to a background image.
Start Slideshow
Slideshow Speed
Select as My Skin
View Mode
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USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To select the picture view mode
1. Tap the [
] icon on the picture view screen.
ƒ The <Picture> menu appears.
2. Tap <View Mode>.
ƒ The <View Mode> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired mode.
Start Slideshow
ƒ Select from <Auto> and <Horizontal>.
ƒ If you select <Horizontal>, the picture is displayed
horizontally.
Slideshow Speed
Select as M
Auto
View Mode
Horizontal
To enlarge a picture
You can zoom in a picture.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the picture view screen.
X2
ƒ The picture is enlarged.
ƒ Each time you press the [ ] icon, the size of the
picture is enlarged in the sequence of <x2> ĺ <x3>
ĺ <x4>.
ƒ To cancel the picture enlarging, tap the [
] icon.
2. Slide your thumb or fingers to the desired
direction to move. See page 20
ƒ You can move the zoomed picture in a desired
direction.
ƒ A big picture file may take a while to zoom.
NOTE
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listening to FM radio
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the battery.
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ FM radio reception will start.
TO USE THE MUTE FUNCTION
Press the
button while listening to FM Radio.
ƒ Sound is muted.
ƒ Press the
NOTE
button once again to resume listening.
ƒ Always connect your earphones to the player when searching
or setting frequencies. The earphones serve as antennas to
receive FM Radio reception.
ƒ In poor reception areas, the player may not find an available
FM frequency.
ƒ The Bluetooth function cannot be used while you are listening
to FM Radio.
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FM Radio
TO SEARCH FOR FM STATIONS
1. Press and briefly hold the [ , ] icon and then release in
Manual mode.
FM Radio
ƒ <Searching> appears on the screen.
ƒ The search will stop at the frequency nearest from the point the
button is released.
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OR,
1. Tap the [ , ] icon to progress through the frequencies
one by one in Manual mode.
FM Radio
ƒ Moves to frequencies whenever the icon is pressed.
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USING THE FM RADIO MENU
To switch to Preset Mode
Select this mode if you want to search through your saved FM presets
one preset at a time.
FM Radio
1. Tap the [ ] icon in Manual mode.
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears
2. Tap <Go to Preset Mode>.
ƒ FM radio reception will start.
ƒ You will see <PRESET> on the screen.
NOTE
ƒ If no frequencies were preset, <Preset list does not
exist> will appear and the player will not switch to
Preset mode.
ƒ If <Default Set> is selected from <Settings>ĺ
<System> , the saved preset lists are deleted.
ƒ Preset frequencies are stored in numeric sequence.
To switch to Manual Mode
Select this mode if you want to manually search through the FM band
one frequency at a time.
1. Tap the [
] icon in Preset mode.
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears
2. Tap <Go to Manual Mode>.
ƒ You will see <MANUAL> on the screen.
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FM Radio
USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To store stations in the preset memory
You can store up to 30 stations in your MP3 player’s memory and return
to them with the press of just one number. Have the MP3 player choose
only the stations you want using the manual process, or find and store
the local stations automatically.
Manual - choose only the stations you want to store
1. Tap the [ , ] icon to select a frequency to preset
in Manual mode and tap [ ] icon.
2. Tap <Add to Preset>.
FM Radio
ƒ The selected station is set as a preset number.
NOTE
ƒ If the same frequency is already set, the <This preset
already exists> message appears and the setting is
disabled.
Go to Preset Mode
Add to Preset
Auto Preset
FM Sensitivity
FM Region
To listen to preset stations
Tap on a desired preset number in Preset mode.
ƒ The preset number is selected and you can listen to
the radio frequency that is previously stored for the
number.
FM Radio
ƒ Tap the [ , ] icon to move to the previous or the next
number list.
ƒ Tap the [
] icon to exit the menu.
NOTE
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USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To store stations in the preset memory (Continued)
Automatic – automatically store all the stations the player receives
1. Tap the [
] icon on the FM Radio screen.
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears.
FM Radio
2. Tap <Auto Preset>.
ƒ The< Auto Preset> window appears.
3. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The <Auto Preset> will appear and up to 30
frequencies are automatically set.
Go to Preset Mode
Add to Preset
Auto Preset
FM Sensitivity
FM Region
To cancel Auto Preset
If you want to cancel the auto preset, touch the screen in the process.
ƒ The auto preset setting is canceled, and only frequencies set up to that point are
stored.
NOTE
ƒ You may want to re-set the stored stations if you’re going to listen to your
MP3 player in a different city. To delete the preset stations and store new
ones, simply repeat the process.
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USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To delete a preset
Follow the steps below to delete frequencies while listening to FM
Radio.
1. Tap the [
] icon in Preset mode.
FM Radio
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears
2. Tap <Delete from Preset>.
ƒ The preset frequency list appears.
3. Select a frequency to delete and tap on it.
Go to Manual Mode
ƒ The confirmation window will appear.
Delete from Preset
Auto Preset
4. Tap <Yes>.
FM Sensitivity
ƒ The selected preset number is deleted.
FM Region
ƒ If you don’t want to delete the preset number, select
<No>.
NOTE
ƒ When a preset frequency is deleted, the numbers of the following presets
are moved up by one.
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USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To set the FM sensitivity
To receive more or fewer FM radio frequencies, adjust the <FM Sensitivity>.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the FM Radio screen.
FM Radio
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears
2. Tap <FM Sensitivity>.
ƒ The <FM Sensitivity> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired reception sensitivity.
ƒ Select from <High>, <Middle> and <Low>.
ƒ If you select <High>, more frequencies will be
received.
Go to Preset Mode
Add to Preset
Auto Preset High
FM Sensitivity
Middle
FM Region Low
To set the FM region
You can change an FM region setting in preparation for overseas travel.
1. Tap the [ ] icon on the FM Radio screen.
ƒ The <FM Radio> menu appears
FM Radio
2. Tap <FM Region>.
ƒ The <FM Region> menu appears.
3. Tap on a desired FM region.
ƒ Select from <Korea/US>, <Japan> and
<Other Countries>.
ƒ Frequency range by region
NOTE
Go to Preset Mode
Add to Preset
Auto Preset Korea/US
FM Sensitivity
Japan
- Korea/US: Search for FM frequencies in 100 kHz increments
FM Region Other Countries
between 87.5 MHz~108.0 MHz.
- Japan: Search for FM frequencies in 100 kHz increments between
76.0 MHz~108.0 MHz.
- Other Countries: Search for FM frequencies in 50 kHz increments between 87.50 MHz~108.00 MHz.
ƒ Your previously stored radio frequencies will be deleted when you change
the <FM Region> on your player.
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using the datacast
Using <Media Studio>, you can transfer blog information and files registered on
RSS to the player for your entertainment.
NOTE
ƒ What is RSS?
RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication. It is a xml-based data
transmission system used to deliver information on frequently updated web sites such as
news and blogs to users in a more convenient and easier way.
ƒ What are Datacasts?
You can automatically receive updated information without having to visit your frequently
visited news, blog and UCC sites every time.
ƒ Before you start - Media Studio must be installed on your PC. See page 38.
REGISTERING A CHANNEL
You can create a new channel by registering RSS-supported web sites or web pages.
1. Click the <Subscribe> on the bottom of
the <Datacasts> of <Media Studio>.
2. Enter an address in the <URL> and Click
<ŹNext>.
ƒ When you copy a web address and click
<Subscribe>, the copied address is displayed
automatically in the <URL>.
ƒ The setting confirmation window appears if the
Web address supports RSS.
2
2
3. Click <OK>.
ƒ The channel you want is registered.
ƒ The
icon appears in Datacasts for the registered channel.
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CREATING A NEW CHANNEL GROUP
You can create a new group to manage channels by the category.
1. Click <New Group> on the bottom of
<Datacasts> of <Media Studio>.
2. Type in a group name and description and
click <OK>.
2
TRANSFERRING A DATACAST FROM <MEDIA STUDIO>
ƒ Before you start - Connect the player to your PC.
Media Studio must be installed on your PC. See page 36.
1. <Media Studio> will automatically start when
the player is connected to your PC.
2
ƒ If the program does not start automatically,
icon on
double click the <Media Studio>
the desktop.
2. Click <Datacasts> on the top of <Media
Studio>.
ƒ Datacasts group channel list appears.
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3. Click a desired group channel.
4. Click a desired channel.
5. Select the post you want to transfer.
6. Click the
icon.
ƒ The Post of the selected channel will be transferred to the player in <File Browser> ĺ
<Datacasts>.
ƒ Click
on the top of <Media Studio> to move to the previous screen.
ƒ In <Datacasts> of <Media Studio>, if the post has the attachment, you can
download the attachment to the player. However, the attachment may not be
downloaded, depending on the policy of the applicable website.
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NOTE
VIEWING DATACASTS
You can view channel posts added to <Datacasts>.
ƒ Before you start - Transfer a desired channel post to the player using <Media
Studio>. See page 78
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The Datacast list appears.
2. Select a desired channel title and tap on it.
ƒ The title is the same as that of the channel added to <Datacasts>
in <Media Studio>.
3. Select a desired post title and tap on it.
ƒ The file list appears.
ƒ
icon: main text for the transferred post
ƒ
icon: picture file
ƒ
icon: music file
ƒ
icon: video file
Datacasts
1/3
Datacast 1
4. Select a file and tap on it.
ƒ The selected file will start playing.
Datacast 2
Datacast 3
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enjoying the prime pack
Prime Pack enables you to enjoy various functions such as reading text,
the alarm setting and viewing the calendar or world clock.
READING TEXT
Whether it’s a novel, the manuscript of a new story, or your
research paper, your mp3 player allows you to read it… all
while listening to music!
NOTE
ƒ Before you start - Turn on the player and check the battery.
Transfer text files to the player using <Media Studio>. See
page 39.
Set a preferred text language for text in <Settings> ˧
<Language> ˧ <Contents>. See page 31
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main
menu screen.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Prime Pack> list appears.
2. Select <Texts> and tap on it.
ƒ The text file list appears.
3. Select a text file and tap on it.
ƒ You will see the text on the screen.
ƒ Press and briefly hold the touch screen to display in full screen.
To return to the previous screen, press and briefly hold the touch
screen again.
NOTE
ƒ You can also use the <File Browser> to search for a text file.
ƒ Your mp3 player supports the TXT file format in Text mode.
ƒ You can keep listening to music even if you select text file.
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Prime Pack
Texts
Alarm
Calendar
World Clock
USING THE TEXT MENU
To move to previous/next page
How To 1
Tap the [Ż,Ź] icon on the bottom of the touch screen.
Texts 1
7.0%
My doggy likes to disco dance.
How To 2
Slide your thumb or fingers to the left or right.
ƒ Sliding your thumb or fingers to the left will display the
next page, while to the right will display the previous
page.
He boogies every night.
He dances in his doghouse
till the early morning light.
The other dogs come running
when they hear my doggy swing.
A few will bring play their instruments
The others dance and sing.
They pair off with their partners
as their tails begin to wag.
To set a bookmark
Set a bookmark to return to that point in the text at any time.
1. Tap on the [ ] icon at the desired page you
Texts 1
want on the text view screen.
7.0%
My doggy likes to disco dance.
ƒ The <Bookmark> menu appears.
He boogies every night.
He dances in his doghouse
2. Tap <Add Bookmark>.
till the early morning light.
ƒ The current text screen is set to a bookmark with the
[ ] symbol displayed on the top left corner.
The other dogs come running
when they hear my doggy swing.
A few will bring play their instruments
The others dance and sing.
NOTE
ƒ The Overwrite window appears if there is a bookmark
previously set. If you select <Yes>, the previously set
bookmark is deleted and a new bookmark is added.
ƒ The bookmark can be set one for each text file, and
you can set a maximum of 100 bookmarks.
They pair off with their partners
as their tails begin to wag.
Add Bookmark
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USING THE TEXT MENU (Continued)
To move to/remove the bookmark
1. Tap the [
] icon on the text view screen.
ƒ The <Bookmark> menu appears.
2. Tap <Go to Bookmark> or <Delete Bookmark>.
ƒ When you selected <Go to Bookmark> then it
will move to the selected bookmark and <Delete
Bookmark> will remove the selected bookmark from
the text file.
Texts 1
7.0%
My doggy likes to disco dance.
He boogies every night.
He dances in his doghouse
till the early morning light.
The other dogs come running
when they hear my doggy swing.
A few will bring play their instruments
The others dance and sing.
They pair off with their partners
as their
tails begin to wag.
Add
Bookmark
Go to Bookmark
Delete Bookmark
To set the text viewer color
Choose what color you’d like the text to appear.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the text view screen.
Text Viewer Color
ƒ The <Text> menu appears.
2. Tap <Text Viewer Color>.
ƒ The <Text Viewer Color> menu window appears.
3. Tap the [
,
text viewer.
] icon to select a color for the
My doggy likes to disco dance.
He boogies every night.
He dances in his doghouse
till the early morning light.
The other dogs come running
when they hear my doggy swing.
ƒ Select from <Type 1> to <Type 9>.
Type 1
4. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The selected text viewer color is displayed.
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OK
Cancel
USING THE TEXT MENU (Continued)
To change the font size
You can change the font size of the text.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the text view screen.
Font Size
ƒ The <Text> menu appears.
2. Tap <Font Size>.
My doggy likes to disco dance.
He boogies every night.
ƒ The <Font Size> menu appears.
3. Tap the [
size.
,
He dances in his doghouse
till the early morning light.
] icon to select a desired font
The other dogs come running
when they hear my doggy swing.
ƒ Select from <Small>, <Medium> and <Large>.
Small
4. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The font size is changed.
OK
Cancel
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SETTING THE ALARM
This player has an alarm which can be set to go off at a scheduled time.
ƒ Before you start - First, you should set the clock for the current time. See page 33
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Prime Pack> list appears.
2. Select <Alarm> and tap on it.
3. Tap <New Alarm>.
ƒ The alarm setting screen appears.
Prime Pack
Texts
Alarm
Calendar
World Clock
4. Tap on the first item repeatedly to select the alarm
frequency.
ƒ Select from <Once>, <Everyday>, <Mon~Fri>, <Mon~Sat>,
<Sat~Sun> and <Off>.
5. Tap on the second item.
ƒ The alarm time setting screen appears.
6. Tap the [
,
] icon to set each hour, minute and
AM/PM.
7. Tap <OK> on the alarm time setting screen.
OK
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Cancel
SETTING THE ALARM (Continued)
8. Tap on the third item repeatedly to select the alarm
sound.
Alarm
ƒ You can select from <Alarm Sound 1> to
<Alarm Sound 3> or music files added as alarm sound. See
page 64
9. Tap on the fourth item repeatedly to set the alarm
interval.
Once
12 : 40 AM
Alarm Sound 1
ƒ Once you set the interval, the alarm repeats in the set time
interval. Select from <Interval: 3min>, <Interval: 5min> and
<Interval: 10min>.
Interval : 5min
10. Tap <OK>.
ƒ The save confirmation window will appear.
11. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The alarm setting is added to the alarm list.
ƒ You can store up to 7 alarms.
NOTE
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SETTING THE ALARM (Continued)
To edit the alarm setting
1. In the Alarm screen, select an alarm setting to
change and tap on it.
Alarm
ƒ The alarm setting screen appears.
2. Follow the same steps as the new alarm setting
above to edit the setting. See page 84
Once
12 : 40 AM
Alarm Sound 1
Interval : 5min
To delete an alarm setting
1. Tap on an alarm setting to delete on the alarm
screen.
2. Tap the [
ƒ Tap the [
] icon.
Alarm
New Alarm
AM 01 : 53
] icon to delete all of the alarm setting.
ƒ The Delete window appears.
3. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The selected alarm will be deleted.
NOTE
ƒ The player will sound the alarm when it reaches the scheduled time. Alarm stops briefly
and starts to sound again after the alarm interval you previously set, if there is no button
or touch screen operation. Alarm sounds repeatedly as above for one hour if there is no
operation.
ƒ If the USB cable is connected to the player, the alarm function does not work.
CAUTION
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VIEWING THE CALENDAR
You can check the calendar.
ƒ Before you start - First, you should set the clock for the current time. See page 33
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
Prime Pack
ƒ The <Prime Pack> list appears.
Texts
2. Select <Calendar> and tap on it.
Alarm
Calendar
ƒ The <Calendar> screen appears.
World Clock
3. Tap the [ , ] icon to select a desired month.
To set the type of the calendar
You can view the calendar by changing the order of days of the week.
1. Tap the [
] icon on the calendar view screen.
ƒ The <Calendar> menu appears.
View Type
SUN MON TUE WEO THU FRI SAT
A
2. Tap <View Type>.
ƒ The <View Type> screen appears.
3. Tap the [ , ] icon to select the view mode you
want and tap <OK>.
ƒ Select either <Type 1> or <Type 2>.
ƒ <Type 1> displays Sunday through Saturday while
<Type 2> displays Monday through Sunday.
Type 1
OK
Cancel
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VIEWING THE WORLD CLOCK
You can check the location and date/time of major world cities based on their
respective time zone.
ƒ Before you start - First, you should set the clock for the current time. See page 33
Set the time zone you want in the <Settings> ˧ <Time> ˧ <Time Zone>.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The <Prime Pack> list appears.
2. Select <World Clock> and tap on it.
ƒ The <World Clock> screen appears.
3. Tap the [ , ] icon to select a time zone.
Prime Pack
Texts
Alarm
Calendar
World Clock
ƒ You can view the date/time of the city you select.
You can check local time of the following time zone.
(‘/’ indicates the standard time zone in the region)
Cape Verde / London, Lisbon / Rome, Paris / Athens, Helsinki / Moscow, Riyadh /
Abu Dhabi, Muskat / Tashkent, Ashgabat / Alma Ata, Kathmandu / Bangkok, Jakarta /
Hong Kong, Beijing / Seoul, Tokyo / Guam, Sydney / Okhotsk / Wellingtons, Oakland /
Samoa, Midway / Honolulu, Hawaii / Alyeska / Los Angeles, Seattle /
Denver, Phoenix / Chicago, Mexico City / New York, Miami, / Caracas, Santiago /
Buenos Aires, Brasilia / The middle Atlantic
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using bluetooth
NOTE
ƒ Tap the [ ] icon to move to the previous screen.
Press and briefly hold the [ ] icon to move to the main menu screen.
WHAT IS BLUETOOTH?
Bluetooth is an industry specification that describes how Bluetooth-compliant
stereo headsets, mobile phones, and external devices can easily interconnect
with each other using a short wireless connection.
ƒ The Bluetooth device can cause a noise or malfunction, depending on the use
conditions.
ƒ Physical signal interference, for instance, if you hold the player in the hand and wear a
stereo headset in your ears.
ƒ When a part of the body is in contact with the receiving/transmitting system of the player or
the stereo headset.
ƒ Electrical variation from electrical jamming by the wall, corner or office partitioning.
ƒ Electrical interference from the same frequency-band devices including medical equipment,
microwave oven and wireless LAN.
ƒ When pairing the Bluetooth device with the player, make it within as short distance
as possible.
ƒ The farther the distance between player and stereo headset is, the worse the
quality is. If the distance exceeds the limit, the communications are disconnected.
ƒ We do not recommend you use text and picture view modes while listening to
the music with the stereo headset as it can cause deterioration of both player
performance and Bluetooth communications.
ƒ Depending on the model of the stereo headset, files less than 32 KHz can not be
played.
ƒ In poor reception-sensitivity areas such as inside an elevator or underground, the
Bluetooth connection may not work properly.
ƒ The maximum distance that enables wireless connection between the player and
the Bluetooth device is 32.8 feet. The connection will be automatically cut off if
the distance is out of this range. Even within this range, the sound quality may be
deteriorated by obstacles such as walls or doors.
using bluetooth_ 89
USING A BLUETOOTH STEREO HEADSET
You can use a Bluetooth stereo headset to let you enjoy music with high quality
stereo sound, all without wires!
ƒ Before you start - Ensure that the Bluetooth device to connect is ready for pairing.
(refer to the device’s user manual)
To register the Bluetooth Stereo Headset
(you only need to register it once)
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ The Bluetooth settings window appears.
2. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The <Bluetooth Mode> is set to <On>.
ƒ The
icon will light.
3. Set the stereo headset ready for pairing.
ƒ To set the headset ready for the pairing mode, refer to
the headset’s user manual.
4. Tap <Stereo Headset>
5. Tap the [
] icon.
ƒ This player automatically starts to search for any
Bluetooth device even if the [ ] icon was not
pressed.
ƒ The headset to be registered will be listed.
90 _ using bluetooth
Bluetooth
Stereo Headset
Bluetooth Mode
Bluetooth Settings
USING A BLUETOOTH STEREO HEADSET (Continued)
To register the Bluetooth Stereo Headset (continued)
6. Tap on the name of headset you want to register.
ƒ The password input window appears if the password for the headset is other
than 0000. Refer to the headset’s manual for the password.
ƒ The registration of the headset is completed.
NOTE
ƒ You can use the Bluetooth function only when playing music and video
files. It is not supported while you are listening to FM Radio.
ƒ Description of the Bluetooth icon
: Bluetooth mode on
: Connected to a stereo headset
ƒ If you want to turn off the Bluetooth function, set the Bluetooth Mode to
<Bluetooth> ĺ <Bluetooth Mode> ĺ <Off>.
ƒ Use only a Bluetooth-certified stereo headset. Mono hands-free headsets
are not supported.
ƒ When not in use, set the <Bluetooth Mode> to <Off>. If you stay in <On>
for <Bluetooth Mode>, the battery usable time is reduced.
ƒ You can add up to 20 devices for the Bluetooth connection.
ƒ This player may not be compatible with all Bluetooth stereo headsets.
using bluetooth_ 91
USING A BLUETOOTH STEREO HEADSET (Continued)
To connect the registered Bluetooth stereo headset
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Tap <Stereo Headset>
Stereo Headset
SBH100
3. Tap on the stereo headset to connect.
ƒ When the connection is successfully done, you will
see the [ ] icon.
ƒ You can connect up to 2 headsets.
4. Play a file of your choice.
ƒ You can listen to the music using a stereo headset.
ƒ If you can’t find the desired headset to connect, register it first. See page 90
NOTE
ƒ If you turn off the player or the headset, and then turn it on, the bluetooth
communication may be disconnected. If you want to listen to the music
again using the stereo headset, repeat the instructions above.
ƒ When two headsets are connected, the first-connected headset alone can
be enabled for functional operation such as play/stop and volume control.
For more information, refer to the headset’s user manual.
92 _ using bluetooth
USING THE BLUETOOTH MENU
To disconnect the Bluetooth Device
1. Tap the
2. Tap the [
icon on the main menu screen.
Bluetooth
] icon.
Stereo Headset
Bluetooth Mode
Bluetooth Settings
ƒ The <Bluetooth> menu appears.
3. Tap <Disconnect>
ƒ The Disconnection confirmation window appears.
4. Tap <Yes>.
Disconnect
ƒ The currently connected device will be disconnected.
Connected Device
To check the Bluetooth Device connected
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
Bluetooth
2. Tap the [
] icon.
ƒ The <Bluetooth> menu appears.
Stereo Headset
Bluetooth Mode
Bluetooth Settings
3. Tap <Connected Device>
ƒ You can see a list of connected devices.
Disconnect
Connected Device
using bluetooth_ 93
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS
ƒ Before you start - Set <Bluetooth Mode> to <On>.
1. Tap the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Bluetooth Settings> and tap on it.
ƒ The <Bluetooth Settings> menu appears.
Bluetooth
Stereo Headset
Bluetooth Mode
Bluetooth Settings
3. Set the options you prefer and tap <OK>.
Bluetooth Settings Options
ƒ Search Timeout : You can select the search time period for a new device. After
setting a time, a new device will be searched for the time limit you set. Select
one from <10sec>, <20sec>, <30sec>, <45sec> and <60sec>.
ƒ Delete Device : You can delete a registered device in the player. Tap the [
icon to delete all of the registered devices. See page 95
ƒ My Device Info. : You can check the name and address of your player.
94 _ using bluetooth
]
BLUETOOTH SETTINGS (Continued)
To delete a bluetooth device
1. Select <Delete Device> and tap on it.
Bluetooth Settings
ƒ You will see the list of the registered devices.
2. Select a device to remove and tap the [
icon.
ƒ Tap the [
devices.
Search Timeout
]
Delete Device
My Device lnfo.
] icon to delete all of the registered
3. Tap <Yes>.
ƒ The selected device will be removed.
To rename a bluetooth device
1. Select <My Device Info.> and tap on it.
ƒ The My Device Info screen appears.
2. Tap the [
My Device Info.
Edit Device Name
] icon.
ƒ The Edit Device Name window appears.
3. Rename the device by tapping on the number or
character icon.
ƒ [1Aa] : The input mode switches from number to
uppercase English and to lowercase English.
ƒ [] : You can delete the characters one at a time.
ƒ [ – ] : You can add space between characters.
ƒ [OK] : Confirm your change.
1Aa
ƒ E.g. To enter “YPS5”
-Move to the corresponding key icon and tap on it.
(once) ¨
(3 times) ¨
(once) ¨
(3 times) ¨
(twice)
¨
(once)
using bluetooth_ 95
upgrading firmware
Future upgrades may be available for this player to enhance performance and
compatibility.
1. Connect to http://www.samsung.com, select [SUPPORT] [DOWNLOAD
CENTER] and then select your player.
2. When the player page appears, select [Firmware] below the model name to
download the latest firmware.
3. Uncompress the downloaded file onto your Desktop.
ƒ The uncompressed files will be displayed.
4. Connect the player to your PC with
the USB cable.
5. Right click on the Start button on the
bottom left of your PC’s screen, then
choose Explore to Open Windows
Explorer on your PC.
ƒ [P2] is displayed in Windows Explorer.
96 _ upgrading firmware
6. Locate and click on the Desktop icon in
Windows Explorer (left column).
The contents of the Desktop will appear in the
right column.
7. (Windows Media Player 10)
Locate and select the Firmware update files
(right column) and drag-and-drop it into the
folder of [P2] [Data].
OR,
(Windows Media Player 11)
Locate and select the
Firmware update files (right column) and drag-and-drop it into the [P2] [Internal Storage].
8. After disconnecting the USB cable, the player will be turned off automatically.
9. Press and briefly hold the
button.
ƒ The firmware will be upgraded.
ƒ When upgrading is complete, the player will be turned off automatically.
ƒ Check the battery charge status of the player. If the battery is not sufficiently
NOTE
charged, the firmware will not be upgraded.
ƒ You need to have at least 50 MB of free space on the player for the upgrade.
upgrading firmware _ 97
troubleshooting
If you have a problem with your new mp3 player, check for a solution in
this list. If the problem persists, contact Samsung Customer Service at
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864).
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Power will not turn on.
• Power will not turn on if the battery is completely
drained. Recharge the battery and turn the power
on again.
• Press the Reset hole.
Buttons do not work.
• Check if the
switch is in the direction of
the arrow position.
• Ensure that you press the right button and icon
before trying.
• Press the Reset hole.
The screen will not
turn on.
• The screen may not be visible under direct sunlight.
• When <Display Off> is selected from <Settings>
ĺ <Display>, the touch screen will be turned off.
Tap any button or on the screen and see if it turns
on.
Power is turning off.
• Check the battery status.
• The power is automatically turned off when the
battery is completely drained. Recharge the battery.
• If <Auto Power Off> is selected from <Settings>
ĺ <System>, the Power will be turned off when the
player is in Pause mode for the set time period. Turn
on the Player.
98 _ troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Battery life differs from
the manual.
• The battery life can vary depending on the sound
mode and display setting.
• Battery life may be shortened when the player is left
for extended periods in low or high temperatures.
Media Studio Program
Malfunction
• Check if your PC meets the basic system
requirements.
Connection to your PC
is disabled.
• Check if the USB cable is correctly connected and
try again.
• Press <Start> on the toolbar of your PC to run
Windows Update. Select Key Updates and Service
Packs, then update all. Reboot your PC and
reconnect.
The file transfer rate is
too slow.
• If you are running multiple programs including
<Media Studio> on your PC, the file transfer rate
will be slow. Exit unnecessary programs and try
transferring again.
Player isn’t playing.
• Check if the available file has been saved in the
memory.
• Check if the music file is damaged.
• Check if there is enough battery power.
troubleshooting _ 99
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
File upload doesn’t
work.
• Check if the USB cable is securely connected.
Reconnect if necessary.
• Check if the memory is full.
• Press the Reset hole.
Files or data are
missing.
• Check if the USB cable has been disconnected
during file or data transmission. If this is the case, it
may cause serious damage not only to files/data but
also to the product. You have to be extra cautious
as Samsung is not responsible for data loss.
Abnormal play time
display during play.
• Check if the file is in Variable Bit Rate (VBR) format.
Abnormal display of file
name.
• Go to <Settings> ĺ <Language> ĺ <Contents>
in the Main Menu screen and set an appropriate
language.
The product is hot.
• Heat may be generated during recharging. This has
no effect on the product life or functions.
A message appears
while watching a video.
• Try to download the video clip through Media Studio
again.
Bluetooth connections
could not be made.
• Check if the stereo headset is Bluetooth-certified.
The mono hands-free headset is not supported.
• The Bluetooth connection can be set off if you turn
the player or stereo headset off and on. In this case,
try to connect again.
100 _ troubleshooting
appendix
MENU TREE
Here’s a quick look at how the menus and functions are organized on your new
mp3 player.
Menu Select Screen
Videos
Music
Pictures
FM
Radio
Datacasts
Prime
Pack
File
Browser
Bluetooth
Settings
Texts
Stereo
Headset
Menu Style
Alarm
Bluetooth
Mode
Sound
Calendar
Bluetooth
Settings
Display
World Clock
Language
Time
System
appendix _ 101
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Model Name
Rating
Built-in Battery Power
File Compatibility
Earphone Output
Output Frequency
Range
Signal to Noise Ratio
Play Time
Temperature Range
for Operation
Case
Weight
Dimensions (WxHxD)
102 _ appendix
YP-P2
DC 5.0V / 500mA
830 mAh / DC 3.7V
AUDIO : MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer3(8kbps~320kbps,
8kHz~48kHz) WMA(8kbps~320kbps,
8kHz~48kHz)
VIDEO : SVI (Video: MPEG4, Audio: MP3 (44.1kHz
16bit Stereo, 128kbps),
Resolution: 480x272, Frame Rate: 30fps)
WMV9 (Video: WMV9 Simple Profile,
Audio:WMA9 (Max 860kbps),
Resolution: 320x240 or 480x272, Frame
Rate: 30fps)
IMAGE : JPG (Baseline olny )
20mW (16ȍ)
20Hz~20KHz
89 dB with 20 KHz LPF(based on 1kHz 0 dB)
Maximum of 35 hours for music playback (based
on : MP3 128kbps, Volume 20, Normal sound
mode), Maximum of 5 hours for video playback
-5~35°C (23~95°F)
PMMA, Stainless
3.03 oz
2.05˝ X 3.94˝ X 0.39˝
FM Radio
FM Frequency
87.5~108.0MHz
FM T.H.D
0.8%
FM Signal to
Noise Ratio
59 dB
FM Useable
Sensitiivity
5dB—
Wireless System
Emission Type
RF Power
Transmit Frequency
Receive Frequency
No. of channels
Temperature
Modulation System
Communication Mode
Humidity
Spec Version Supported
Module
F1D
2.4mW
2402MHz ~ 2480MHz
2402MHz ~ 2480MHz
79 ch
-10°C~ +50°C (14 ~ 122°F)
GFSK
Semi-duplex Operation
95%
2.0
BCM2048
The contents of this Manual are subject to change without prior notice for further
improvement.
appendix _ 103
LICENSE
The product unit accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain
intellectual property rights of certain third parties. In particular, this product is
licensed under the following US patents : 5,991,715, 5,740,317, 4,972,484,
5,214,678, 5,323,396, 5,539,829, 5,606,618, 5,530,655, 5,777,992, 6,289,308,
5,610,985, 5,481,643, 5,544,247, 5,960,037, 6,023,490, 5,878,080, and under
US Published Patent Application
No. 2001-44713-A1.
This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user consumers for
licensed contents. No rights are granted for commercial use. The license does
not cover any product unit other than this product unit and the license does not
extend to any unli-censed product unit or process conforming to ISO/IEC 111723 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in combination with this product unit. The
license only covers the use of this product unit to encode and/or decode audio
files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are
granted under this license for product features or func-tions that do not conform
to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
104 _ appendix
WARRANTY
Samsung warrants this product as free of defects in material, design and
workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months from the original date of
purchase.
If during the period of warranty this product proves defective under normal use
and service, you should return the product to the retailer from whom it was
originally purchased.
The liability of Samsung and its appointed maintenance company is limited to
the cost of repair and/or replacement of the unit under warranty.
Return of the product for defective reasons should be to the original purchaser;
however, Samsung Authorized Dealers and Authorized Service Centers will
comply with the warranty on the terms issued to purchasers in the country
concerned. For further information relating to the Authorized Service Centers
contact; 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864).
www.samsung.com/us
WARANTY CONDITIONS:
1. The warranty is only valid when the warranty card is properly completed,
and upon presentation of the proof of purchase consisting of original invoice
or sales slip confirmation, indicating the date of purchase, dealer’s name,
model, serial No. and product number.
Samsung reserves the right to refuse warranty service if this information
has been removed or changed after the original purchase of the product
from the dealer.
appendix _ 105
WARRANTY (Continued)
2. Samsung’s obligations are to the repair of the defective part, and at its
discretion, replacement of the product (service exchange unit).
3. Warranty repairs must be carried out by an Authorized Samsung Dealer/
Service Center. No reimbursement will be made for repairs carried out by non
Samsung Centers, and warranty coverage will not be valid for any repairs or
damage caused by such repairs.
4. Repair or replacement under the terms of this warranty does not give right
to extension to or a new starting of the period of warranty. Repair or direct
replacement under the terms of this warranty may be fulfilled with functionally
equivalent service exchange units.
5. The warranty is not applicable in cases other than defects in material, design
and workmanship.
ƒ The warranty does not cover the following:
- Periodic checks, maintenance, repair and replacement of parts due to
normal wear and tear.
- Abuse or misuse, including but not solely limited to the failure to use
this product for its normal purposed or in accordance with Samsung’s
instructions usage and maintenance.
- Use of the product in conjunction with accessories not approved by
Samsung for use with this product.
106 _ appendix
WARRANTY (Continued)
- Failure of the product arising from incorrect installation or use not
consistent with technical or safety standardsin current force, or failure to
comply with productmanual instructions.
- Accidents, Acts of God or any cause beyond the control of Samsung
caused by lightning, water, fire, public disturbances and improper
ventilation.
- Unauthorized modifications carried out for the product to comply with
local or national technical standards in countries for which the Samsung
product was not originally designed.
- Repairs performed by non-authorized service centers such as opening of
the product by a non-authorized person.
- The model, serial No. and product number on the product has been
altered, deleted, removed or made illegible.
6. This warranty does not affect the consumer’s statutory rights nor the
consumers rights against the dealer from their purchase/sales agreement.
appendix _ 107
WARRANTY (Continued)
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED
AND DESCRIBED ABOVE, AND NO WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
SHALL APPLY AFTER THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIODS STATED
ABOVE, AND NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY OR GUARANTY GIVEN
BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION WITH RESPECT TO THIS
PRODUCT SHALL BE BINDING ON SAMSUNG, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS,FAILURE TO REALIZE
SAVINGS OR OTHER BENEFITS, OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE, MISUSE OR
INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL
THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND EVEN IF SAMSUNG HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST SAMSUNG BE GREATER
IN AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD BY
SAMSUNG AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE.
WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING,
108 _ appendix
WARRANTY (Continued)
PURCHASER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE
OR INJURY TO PURCHASER AND PURCHASER’S PROPERTY AND TO
OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF THE USE, MISUSE OR
INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT SOLD BY SAMSUNG NOT CAUSED
DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF SAMSUNG.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN
THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS PRODUCT, IS NONTRANSFERABLE
AND STATES YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
This product is for personal use only, and is only for use in compliance with the
limitations of copyright and other laws.
To obtain warranty service, please contact SAMSUNG at: Samsung Electronics
America, Inc. 400 Valley Road, Suite 201 Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com/us 081299
appendix _ 109
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COUNTRY
CALL
IN THE US
800-SAMSUNG
(800-726-7864)
OR VISIT US ONLINE AT
WRITE
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www.samsung.com/us 105 Challenger Road
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660-0511
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