Samsung | YP-T7FVL | Samsung YP-T7FVL User Manual

Features
MP3, WMA, Audio ASF and Ogg Playback
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Your player supports playback of MP3, WMA, Audio ASF and Ogg.
Removable Storage Device
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You can easily copy and paste files to the player using Windows Explorer.
Video Playback Function
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You can view video files after downloading using the Multimedia Studio.
Text and Image Viewer
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The player can be used as a text and image viewer to view saved e-books
or pictures.
Color TFT LCD
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You can enjoy high quality image & video files.
Direct MP3 Recording
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You can convert music from CDs, cassettes, and radio into MP3 files without a PC.
Features
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Voice Recording Function
You can make high quality voice recordings.
FM Reception
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Listening to an FM program is made easy with Auto Search and Frequency
Memory functions.
DNSe Surround Sound
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The 3D surround feature adds spaciousness to the sound.
USB 2.0 High Speed Data Transfer
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Maximum data speed transfer of 120 Mbps.
Built-in Rechargeable Li-polymer Battery
● The built-in rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 10 hours of play time.
(According to company measurement)
Upgradable Firmware
● You can upgrade the built-in programs when available.
Please check the home page (www.samsung.com) for upgrades.
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Contents
I Chapter 1 Preparations
Features.......................................................2
Safety Instructions .......................................6
Components.................................................8
Location of Controls .....................................9
Charging the Battery .................................11
I Chapter 2 Connection to Computer
Connecting the player to your PC ..............12
● Installing the USB Driver ............................12
● Connecting the player to your PC with the
USB cable ...............................................14
Manual Installation of the USB Driver ........16
● If an error occurs during installation of the
USB driver ...............................................16
Using the Player as a Removable Disk......18
● Downloading Files .....................................18
● Disconnecting USB Cable ..........................20
Installing Media Studio...............................21
Using Media Studio....................................23
● Downloading Music Files ............................23
● Creating a Folder on your Player .................25
● Deleting Files ...........................................26
● Formattimg in Media Studio ........................27
● Ripping Tracks from an Audio CD ................28
To View Help on Media Studio...................29
Installing Multimedia Studio .......................30
Using Multimedia Studio ............................32
● Editing Images .........................................32
● Sending images ........................................33
● Sending Videos ........................................35
● Capturing Video ........................................37
To View Help on Multimedia Studio ...........39
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I Chapter 3 Using Your Player
Playing Music ...........................................40
● Turning Power On and Off ..........................40
● Playing Music ...........................................40
● Pausing Music ..........................................40
● Adjusting the Volume .................................40
● Hold Function ...........................................40
Searching for Music/Voice Files.................41
● To search for specific parts during play .........41
● To change tracks during play ......................41
● To change tracks when stopped/paused .......41
Loop Repeating..........................................42
● Starting Point ...........................................42
● Ending Point ............................................42
Recording Voice.........................................43
Recording MP3s ........................................44
MENU Options ...........................................45
Using Navigation........................................46
● Setting Playlist ..........................................46
● Playing Playlist .........................................47
Setting FM Radio .......................................47
● Listening to FM Radio ................................48
● Manual Storage of a Frequency ...................48
● Searching Stored Frequencies ....................48
● Automatic Storage of a Frequency ...............49
● Timer FM REC .........................................49
● Delete Preset ...........................................50
● FM Region ...............................................50
● FM Search Level.......................................51
Recording FM ............................................51
Viewing an Image ......................................52
Viewing a Text ...........................................53
● Setting a Bookmark ...................................53
● Moving to Bookmark ..................................53
Contents
Viewing a Video .........................................54
Setting the Advanced Funtions ..................55
Selecting the Play mode ............................56
Setting Sound Effect ..................................57
● DNSe ......................................................57
● 3D User Set .............................................57
● Street Mode .............................................58
● User EQ Set.............................................58
Display Settings .........................................59
● Scroll ......................................................59
● Visualizer ................................................59
● Backlight Time ..........................................60
● Tag Info. ..................................................60
● Clock Screen Saver...................................61
● Language. ...............................................61
Record Settings .........................................62
● Bit Rate ...................................................62
● Auto Sync ................................................62
● VOR (Voice Operation Recording) ...............63
Time Settings .............................................63
● Sleep ......................................................63
● Alarm Set ................................................64
● Time Set..................................................64
Play Speed Settings...................................65
System Settings .........................................65
● Delete File ...............................................65
● Beep .......................................................66
● Skip Interval .............................................66
● Search Speed ..........................................66
● Resume ..................................................67
● Auto Off Time ...........................................67
● Intro Time ................................................67
● Default Set...............................................68
● Format ....................................................68
● About ......................................................68
I Chapter 4 Appendix
ENG
I Chapter 3 Using Your Player
MENU Table.............................................69
I Chapter 5 Customer Support
Troubleshooting .......................................70
Specifications ...........................................72
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Safety Instructions
Read and understand all the instructions to avoid injury to yourself and damage to the equipment.
Do not expose to extreme
temperatures (above 35°C
or below -5°C). Do not
expose to moisture.
Do not subject the player to
severe impact.
Do not let any foreign
matter spill into the
device.
Do not place heavy objects
on the player.
Do not expose to
chemicals such as
benzene and thinners.
Do not store in dusty areas.
Do not expose to direct
sunlight or heat sources.
Be careful not to subject the
player to excessive pressure
when wearing it round your
neck.
Do not try to disassemble
and repair the device
yourself.
Do not drop the player into
the water. If you have
dropped the player into the
water or the player is wet, do
not turn the player on and
contact our service center.
✽ Please be aware that we claim no responsibility for damage from data loss due to breakdown, repair or other causes.
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Safety Instructions
I Earphones
Follow Traffic Safety Instructions
ENG
● Do not use the earphones while driving an automobile or riding a bicycle.
It’s not only dangerous, but also against the law.
● It may cause an accident if you turn up the volume of the earphones while walking,
especially when crossing intersections.
Protect your ears
● Do not turn up the volume too high. Doctors warn against prolonged exposure to high volume.
● Stop using the device or turn the volume down if you have ringing in your ears.
● Take care so that the earphone cable is not caught by your arm or other objects while walking or
exercise.
I Ambient operating conditions
● Ambient temperature : 5°C ~ 35°C (41°F ~ 95°F)
Humidity : 10 ~ 75%
I Environmental Information
● Follow local guidelines for waste disposal when discarding packages, batteries, and old electronic
appliances.
● Your player is packaged with cardboard, polyethylene etc., and does not use any unnecessary materials.
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Components
Player
Neck Strap
Line-In Cable
Earphones
Installation CD
USB Cable
Belt Clip
Model
YP-T7F V
YP-T7F X
YP-T7F Z
YP-T7F Q
Built-in memory
256MB
512MB
1GB
2GB
● The capacity of the useable built-in memory is less than indicated as the internal firmware uses
part of the memory as well.
● The accessories' design is subject to change for the purpose of improvement, without notice.
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Location of Controls
ENG
Microphone
Display
Earphone Jack
Neck strap Hook
MENU/
Navigation button
Hold Switch
Move to Track/
Speed Search
Play/Pause Button
Loop Repeating Button
Recording Button
Volume Button
ENC Jack
USB Cable Connection Port
RESET Hole
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Location of Controls
I Display
FM recording timer Indicator
Alarm setting Indicator
Lock Indicator
Play Mode
Battery remaining indicator
Play/Stop/Pause indicator
EQ Indicator
Artist display
Album display
Track display
Track Number indicator
Remaining Time
Elapsed Track Time
Progress Indicator
✍ Note
- The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen may differ.
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Charging the battery
ENG
1 Connect the USB cable to the USB port of the computer.
2 Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB cable connection port located
at the bottom of the player.
▲ When recharging is complete, “Fully Charged” is shown in the display window.
▲ Battery recharge time in normal operation is approximately 3 hours.
PC
Player
USB Cable
✍ Note
- Fully charge the rechargeable battery if using for the first time or after several months of non-use.
- To avoid the risk of fire, do not charge longer than 12 hours.
- Overcharging will reduce the battery life.
- The rechargeable battery is a consumable item and its capacity will decrease gradually.
- If you connect the player through a USB hub, the connection may be unstable. Please connect
the player to the computer directly.
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Connecting the player to your PC
For Windows 98SE, install the USB driver prior to connecting the player to PC.
❑ System Requirements.
The PC system must meet the following specifications:
● Pentium 200MHz or greater
● Windows 98 SE/ME/2000/XP
● 100MB of available hard disk space
● CD-ROM drive(double speed or greater)
● USB port (2.0) supported
● DirectX 9.0 or above
I Installing the USB Driver
For Windows 98SE, install the USB driver before connecting the player and the PC.
For Windows ME, 2000 or XP, USB driver installation is not required. See
“Connecting the player to your PC (Page 14)”.
1 Select your country.
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Connecting the player to your PC
2 Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
ENG
Select [Install Win98 USB Driver].
3 Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
● When software installation is completed, connect the player to PC as shown in
the next page.
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Connecting the player to your PC
I Connecting the player to your PC with the USB cable
1 Connect the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
2 Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB cable connection port on the
bottom of the player.
● If you disconnect the USB cable from your PC while implementing a command or initializing
during USB driver installation, your PC may not function correctly.
3 The USB driver is installed with a message saying that it is searching for a new
device. You may not see the display screen during installation.
Go to the device manager to check that installation has been successfully completed.
4 Upon installation of the USB driver "Samsung YP-T7F USB Device"
will appear in the [Device Manager].
PC
USB Cable
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Player
ENG
Connecting the player to your PC
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
If the driver does not install automatically, follow the instructions below to install
the USB driver manually.
I If an error occurs during installation of the USB driver
1 Check the device manager.
Windows 98SE:
Control Panel ➝ System ➝ Device Manager
2 Check to see if there is a device marked with
an exclamation or question mark (displayed
as unknown device or USB device).
3 Double-click a device marked with an
exclamation or question mark.
4 Select the Driver tab and click
[Update Driver].
✍ Notice
- The installation method may vary depending on the type of
PC or operating system. Contact your PC dealer or
service center for installation information.
- If errors occur continuously when you install
the USB driver, reconnect the USB cable after rebooting
your system.
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Manual Installation of the USB Driver
ENG
Follow the instructions below to install the USB driver manually.
USB driver location
[CD-ROM]\Win98USB\Drivers
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Using the Player as a Removable Disk
When the MP3 player is connected to your PC, the PC will see it as a removable disc.
Music and other files can then be dragged and dropped into the removable disc for
playback on the MP3 player.
I Downloading Files
1 Connect the player to your PC with the supplied USB cable.
2 Right click on the Start button, then choose Explore to Open Windows Explorer on PC.
● [Removable Disk] is displayed in Windows Explorer.
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Using the Player as a Removable Disk
3 Select the file to save and drag-and-drop it into the desired folder.
ENG
● Drag & drop music files into MUSIC folder, text files into TEXT folder, image files into
PHOTO folder and svi files into VIDEO folder.
● The player only supports video files which have a .svi extension.
To view video files on other formats, convert the files using Multimedia Studio
and then transfer the converted files into the player.
✍ Caution
- Disconnecting the USB cable during file download may cause malfunction of the player.
- The music file order displayed in Windows Explorer may differ from the play order on your player.
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Using the Player as a Removable Disk
I Disconnecting USB Cable
After completing file transfer, you must disconnect the cable using the following way:
1 Double click the green arrow in the taskbar
located at the bottom right side of the screen.
2 Select the USB device and click the [Stop] button. When the [Stop a
Hardware Device] screen appears, click the [OK] button and then
disconnect the USB cable.
✍ Caution
- If you disconnect the USB cable improperly, the files on the device may be damaged
and will not play.
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Installing Media Studio
ENG
Media Studio is the program that enables you to download music files to the player, and
play back music files on your PC.
1 Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
Select [Install Samsung Media Studio].
2 Select language.
✍ Note
- Log into your PC as an administrator (Main User)
and install the supplied software
(Media / Multimedia Studio).
Otherwise, the software may not install properly.
Continued...
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Installing Media Studio
3 Follow the instruction in the window to complete the installation.
● Samsung Media Studio icon will be created on the desktop.
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Using Media Studio
● Double-click the Media Studio icon on the Desktop.
ENG
I Downloading Music Files
1 Connect the player to your PC
● A device connection window will appear on the right side of the screen.
Select [Device] → [Show device Window] at the top of the screen if device connection
window does not automatically appear.
2 Select the folder with the file(s) you want to transfer from the [Library] window.
● The music files within the folder appear in the center of the screen.
Library
window
Device connection
window
Continued...
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Using Media Studio
3 When music files appear, select the file(s) you want to transfer,
and then press the [Transfer]
button.
● The selected file(s) are transferred to the player.
✍ Note
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information.
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Using Media Studio
I Creating a Folder on your Player
ENG
1 Connect the player to your PC.
2 Press the [Create Folder] button at the bottom of device connection window.
3 Enter the name of the new folder when an input screen appears.
● A new folder is created on the player.
● If you open a new folder and transfer a file, the file is transferred to the newly
created folder.
✍ Note
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information.
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Using Media Studio
I Deleting Files
1 Connect the player to your PC.
2 Press the [Delete] button at the bottom of the connection windows after
selecting required files or folders from the device connection windows.
3 Press the [Confirm] button when an Confirm Deletion screen appears.
● A selected folder or file is deleted.
✍ Note
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information.
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Using Media Studio
ENG
● Formatting deletes all files on the MP3 player so maximum memory is available for new file storage.
It saves you the trouble of deleting unwanted files one at a time.
I Formattimg the Player in Media Studio
1 Connect the player to your PC.
2 Press the [Device] → [Format] at the top ofthe screen.
3 Press the [Start] button when the Format screen appears.
● The memory of the player is formatted and all the saved files will be deleted.
✍ Note
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Using Media Studio
● Using the audio format conversion function, you can lip tracks from an audio CD as MP3 files.
I Ripping Tracks from an Audio CD
1 Insert the Audio CD into the CD-ROM drive of your PC.
2 Press the [Search Audio CD]
button on the lower part of the screen.
● The tracks on the CD are displayed.
3 Select tracks to be ripped and press the [Rip a CD]
button.
● The selected file is converted into an MP3 file.
● Select [Tools]→[Audio Source Format Conversion Settings] on the top of
the screen to change rip settings.
Change
format
Save path
✍ Note
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- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information.
To View Help on Media Studio
ENG
Press F1 on your PC's keyboard after starting Media Studio.
● Help window will appear.
Click on [Help] at the top of Media Studio.
● Help window will appear.
✍ Note
- Music recognition technology and related data are provided by Gracenote and
Gracenote CDDB® Music Recognition ServiceSM.
- 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.
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Installing Multimedia Studio
Multimedia Studio is a program that supports image editing, video playback and format
conversion, and multimedia album creation.
1 Insert the Installation CD into CD-ROM drive.
The picture shown below appears. Select [Install Multimedia Studio].
2 Select language.
✍ Note
- Log into your PC as an administrator (Main User)
and install the supplied software
(Media / Multimedia Studio).
Otherwise, the software may not install properly.
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Installing Multimedia Studio
ENG
3 Follow the instructions in the window to complete the installation.
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Using Multimedia Studio
● Run Multimedia Studio from the Desktop.
I Editing Images
1 Select the folder containing images
to edit from the directory window
at the upper left-hand section of
Multimedia Studio.
● The saved files will be displayed in the file
list window on the right.
2 Select the image to edit.
● The selected image will be displayed in the
[Preview image] window.
3 Press the [Edit Img] button.
● From the [Picture editor] window, you can
perform functions like editing wallpaper
images, editing layers, inserting clip art,
making frames and other various editing
functions.
✍ Note
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Using Multimedia Studio
I Sending images
ENG
1 Connect the player to PC.
2 Select the image(s) to send to the player.
3 Select [File] → [Export images to device] at the top of the
Multimedia Studio menu.
4 Select the device connected to PC from the [Select device] screen, and then
press the [OK] button.
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Using Multimedia Studio
5 Set the size and path of the image at the [Resize images] window and then
click the [OK] button.
● The image will be sent to the selected device.
● The transferred picture can be viewed at [Photo].
● The optimal image size for viewing on the unit is 128 x 128. Please adjust the image
size if the image does not display correctly on the player.
✍ Note
- Path refers to the location or folder where the converted image(s) will be saved to on your PC.
- Image files saved in the player can be deleted by selecting [File] → [Delete images from device].
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Using Multimedia Studio
I Sending Videos
ENG
1 Connect the player to PC.
2 Select the video(s) to send to the player.
3 Select [File] → [Export videos to device] at the top of Multimedia Studio.
4 Select the device connected to PC from the [Select device] screen, and then
press the [OK] button.
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Using Multimedia Studio
5 Select the folder to save from the folder selection screen, and then press the
[OK] button.
6 Press the [Convert]
button when conversion screen appears.
● The converted file is transferred in svi format.
● The transferred video file can be viewed from [Video].
▲ For converting and transferring a video file, you have to check the following:
1. Check if Direct X 9.0 or higher has been installed in the PC.
2. Check if Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher has been installed in the PC.
3. Check if Unified Codec Pack has been installed in the PC.
✍ Note
- Video files saved onto the device can be deleted by selecting [File] → [Delete videos from device].
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information
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Using Multimedia Studio
ENG
● The Multimedia Studio software allows you to capture a still frame from a video file and save
it as a picture, then transfer it to the YP-T7F.
I Capturing Video
1 Press the [Capture] button at the top of the
Multimedia Studio menu.
● The Media Player screen will be displayed.
2 Click [Menu] → [Open] on your PC and select the video to play.
● The selected video will be played.
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Using Multimedia Studio
3 Press the
1 [Capture] button and
then press the 2 [Capture] button
when the image you want to capture
appears.
1
2
● The selected image will be captured.
4 Press the [Save] button.
● Save This captured image: saves the
currently selected image.
● Save All captured images: saves all
captured images.
5 Select the directory to save to from
the [Save As] window and press the
[Save] button.
● The selected image will be saved.
✍ Note
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- Video playback and conversion codecs are not provided. It is recommended that you use
codecs of latest versions.
- Refer to [Help] for more detailed information.
To View Help on Multimedia Studio
Run Multimedia Studio and press the Help button at the top of the screen.
ENG
● Help will be displayed.
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Playing Music
Make sure the player is fully charged and the earphones are connected.
I Turning Power On and Off
Power On : Press and hold the
Power Off : Press and hold the
button to turn on the power.
button to turn off the power.
I Playing Music
Press the
button.
● Playback starts.
I Pausing Music
Press the
button to pause playback.
● If no buttons are pressed within 1 minute, the player automatically powers off.
● While in Pause mode, press the
button again to resume playback.
I Adjusting the Volume
Press
,
to adjust the volume from 00 to 40.
I Hold Function
In Hold mode, all buttons are disabled. This function is useful when you are walking or jogging.
Slide the
switch in the direction of the arrow.
● When the button is pressed, the “HOLD” message will appear on the display.
✍ Note
- If the file name is not displayed correctly, move to [Settings] ➔ [Display] ➔ [Language] and then
change the language setting.
- WMA files can only be played as music files with a compression rate of 48Kbps-192Kbps.
- The power off time can be set in the menu.
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Searching for Music/Voice Files
I To search for specific parts during play
,
button during playback to search for the part you
want to listen to.
● Release the button to resume play normally.
ENG
● Press and hold the
I To change tracks during play
● Press the
● Press the
button briefly during playback to play the next track.
button briefly within 5 seconds after playback starts to move to and
play the previous track. Press the
button briefly after 5 seconds to play the
current track from the beginning.
I To change tracks when stopped/paused
● Press the
,
button in stop/pause mode to move to the previous/next track.
✍ Note
- VBR(Variable Bit Rate) file: A file that constantly changes the compression rate according to the type of
sounds, such as their pitch, in the file.
- When playing a VBR file, you cannot move to and play the previous track even if you press the
within
5 seconds after playback starts.
- Files that were downloaded in MP2 or MP1 and had their file extension changed to MP3 may not play.
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Loop Repeating
I Starting Point
While playing music files, press the A↔B button briefly at the
beginning of the loop you want to set.
● A↔ appears in the display.
Artist
Album
Track_Miclejack
022/455
128kbps
00:01:41
-00:02:53
I Ending Point
Press the A↔B button briefly again to set the end of the loop.
● A↔B appears in the display.
● The loop is played repeatedly.
Artist
Album
Track_Miclejack
Press the A↔B button briefly to cancel the loop.
022/455
128kbps
00:01:41
-00:02:53
✍ Note
- Loop Repeat is automatically released if you Speed Search with the
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,
button.
Recording Voice
1 Press and hold the REC button
● Press the √» button to pause the recording.
Press the √» button once again to resume
the recording.
V0410001.MP3
ENG
to start voice recording.
Play recorded file?
128kbps
00:00:15
01:42:50
2 Press the REC button again to stop the
recording and save the voice file.
● The files are recorded in the order of
V****001, V****002..., and saved as
MP3 files in the [RECORDED] → [VOICE]
after recording.
V0410001
Month Day Recording
order
3 When the Confirm screen appears,
select [OK] or [Cancel].
● When selecting [OK], the recorded file will be played.
✍ Note
- If the Memory is full, Voice Recording will be disabled automatically.
- Voice recording does not work in FM mode or when the line in cable is connected.
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- Recording is allowed only when there is 1MB or more of free memory.
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Recording MP3s
1 Connect the Audio OUT port (or Line OUT) on the external audio source to the
ENC port on the device with the Line cable.
● Press the play button on the external
device to play the music to record.
2 Press and hold the REC button to
start MP3 recording.
● If the √» button is pressed, recording is
paused and if the √» button is pressed again,
the recording resumes.
3 If the REC button is pressed during recording, the recording stops and an
MP3 file is created.
● The files are recorded in the order of L****001, L****002.... and saved as MP3 files in the
[RECORDED] → [LINE] folder after recording.
4 When the Confirm screen appears, select
[OK] or [Cancel].
● When selecting [OK], the recorded file will be played.
✍ Note
- Bit Rates can be set within the range of 32Kbps~192Kbps.
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- Recording is allowed only when there is 1MB or more of free memory.
✍ Caution
- Do not disconnect the Line in cable during recording.
- If the battery is not sufficiently charged, the player will not completely record the file.
- Adjust the volume of the external audio source to a suitable level and record it.
If the volume level is too high or low, the sound quality might be poor.
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MENU Options
Press and hold the
,
button to switch to MENU mode.
to move and press the
button briefly to select the menu you want.
ENG
Use
Music
Navigation
Text
● Music
● Navigation
● FM Radio
● Playlist
● Photo
● Text
● Video
● Settings
● Exit
FM Radio
Video
Playlist
Settings
Photo
Exit
: To check the file currently playing.
: To move to Navigation Mode and browse files and folders you want to play.
: To listen to FM radio.
: To play back only the files you want.
: To view image files.
: To read text files.
: To view video files.
: To set the functions.
: To exit MENU.
✍ Note
- Menu mode will be cancelled if no buttons are pressed within a minute.
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Using Navigation
● You can easily search for files or switch modes using the Navigation function.
1 Press the
2
button to enter Navigation mode or press and hold the
to move to Menu and then select Navigation in Menu.
Select the file or folder that you want to play.
button
●
: To move to a higher-level folder.
●
: To move to a lower-level folder.
● , : To move to a file or folder in the same directory.
● A↔B : When selected file, the selected file will be designated as part of the playlist.
3 Press the NAVI button.
● The selected file will be played.
Navigation
MUSIC
Song For The Peo
Besame Mucho
Artist
Album
Song For The Peo
Sometimes I’M Ha
022/455
128kbps
Lost Dream
00:01:41
-00:02:53
✍ Note
- In the Navigation Mode, press and hold the
button to return to the menu screen.
I Setting Playlist
1 Press and hold the
button to move to Menu
and then select the navigation from the menu.
2 Move to the file you want and press the A↔B button.
● The selected file will be marked and added to [Playlist].
● To exit the playlist setting, move to the marked file in
Navigation mode and press the A↔B button again.
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Navigation
MUSIC
Song For The Peo
Besame Mucho
Sometimes I’M Ha
Lost Dream.mp3
Using Navigation
I Playing Playlist
1 Press and hold the
button to move to Menu
and then select the playlist from the menu.
ENG
Playlist
I Like To Move It.m
● The playlist(s) you set will be displayed.
Carwash.mp3
2 Move to the playlist you want and press the
button.
● The selected playlist will be played.
Listen To My Heart
Dust In The Wind.
Kissing A Fool.mp
Setting FM Radio
1 Press and hold the
button to move to Menu
and then select the FM Radio from the menu.
FM Radio
2 In the FM Radio menu, use
,
to move to the function you want,
and then press the
button to select.
FM Radio
Normal
Preset
Auto Preset
NORMAL
91.9
MHz
Timer FM REC
Delete Preset
87.5 MHz
108.0 MHz
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Setting FM Radio
I Listening to FM Radio
1 Select FM Radio → Normal.
2 Use , to move to the frequency you want.
NORMAL
● Manual Search : Press
,
to change the frequency up or down.
● Automatic Search : Press and hold
,
to automatically
search for receiving frequencies.
✍ Note
91.9
87.5 MHz
MHz
108.0 MHz
- Press and hold the
button to return to the menu screen.
- Press the √» button while listening to FM radio to mute the sound. Press the √» button once again
to listen to FM radio.
I Manual Storage of a Frequency
1 Select FM Radio → Normal.
2 Use , to move to the frequency
3
to save, and then press the A↔B button.
Use
,
to select the number you
want to assign to save the frequency,
and then press the
button.
NORMAL
91.9
NORMAL
MHz
91.9
MHz
SAVED!
● The selected frequency will be saved.
I Searching Stored Frequencies
1 Select FM Radio → Preset.
2 Use , to move to the desired frequency.
✍ Note
- Press the
48
button in normal FM mode to move to the Preset screen.
PRESET
91.9
MHz
Setting FM Radio
I Automatic Storage of a Frequency
● Frequencies within the range of 87.5MHz to 108.0MHz are
automatically selected and stored.
● Frequencies are automatically stored, starting from 1.
PRESET
91.9
✍ Note
the
Timer FM REC
Once
button to move to the next stage.
● When set to Off in the first stage, you are not
moved to the next stage.
MHz
Auto Searching...
- You can store up to 30 frequencies.
I Timer FM REC
1 Select FM Radio → Timer FM REC.
2 Use or button to select and press
ENG
Select FM Radio → Auto Preset.
91.9MHz
Recording
Repetition Count
FM Frequency
for Recording
3 After setting Timer FM REC, move to [OK]
and press the
button.
● The player will automatically turn on and record
at the time you specified.
✍ Note
Timer FM REC
AM
05 : 01
15 min
Recording Start
time
Recording End
Time
- The player must be Off for a Timer Recording
to occur.
- After setting Timer Rec, the timer icon will be
displayed.
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Setting FM Radio
I Delete Preset
1 Select FM Radio → Delete Preset.
2 After moving to the PRESET number you want to delete,
press the
button.
● The saved Preset number will be deleted.
Delete Preset
89.1MHz
91.9MHz
93.1MHz
95.1MHz
98.1MHz
I FM Region
1 Select FM Radio → FM Region.
2 Use
, to select FM Tuner region, and then press the
button.
● Other Country : Search FM frequencies between 87.50MHz to
108.00MHz in increments of 50 KHz.
● Korea/US : Search FM frequencies between 87.5MHz to 108.0MHz in
increments of 100 KHz.
● Japan : Search FM frequencies between 76.0MHz to 108.0MHz in
increments of 100 KHz.
FM Region
Other Country
Korea/US
Japan
Exit
✍ Note
- The default FM region setting may vary depending on the target region of the player.
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Setting FM Radio
press the
FM Search Level
High
Middle
ENG
I FM Search Level
1 Select FM Radio → FM Search Level.
2 Use , to select the desired FM Search Level, and then
Low
Exit
button.
● The higher the FM search level, the more frequencies can be received.
● High → Middle → Low
Recording FM
1 Press and hold the REC button while
receiving FM.
● Recording of the current FM frequency begins.
2 Press the REC button again.
● A recording file is created and the recording
stops.
● The files are recorded in the order of
F****001, F****002.... and saved as
MP3 files in the [RECORDED] → [FM] folder
after recording.
RECORD
107.9
MHz
F0410001.MP3
Play recorded file?
128kbps
00:00:15
01:42:50
F0410001
Month Day Recording
order
3 When the Confirm screen appears, select
[OK] or [Cancel].
● When selecting [OK], the recorded file will be played.
✍ Note
- Beeps are disabled while recording.
- You can record FM broadcast only at 128kbps.
- Recording is allowed only when there is 1MB or more of free memory.
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Viewing an Image
You can select an image file to view while listening to the music.
1 Press and hold the
button to move
to menu and select Photo.
● The photo screen appears.
Photo
2 Press the
button briefly to move to
the image selection screen.
Move to the image you want and press
the
button.
● The selected image file will be displayed.
● Press and hold the
button to return to
the MENU screen.
Navigation
PHOTO
Island_1.jpg
Island_2.jpg
Island_3.jpg
Island_4.jpg
✍ Note
- The optimal image size for the unit is 128X128. Too large images may take longer to display.
If the image size is too large, use Multimedia Studio to adjust the size and resend it to the player.
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Viewing a Text
1 Press and hold the
button to move
to menu and select Text.
Romeo and J..
● The text screen appears.
Text
2 Press the
button briefly to move to
the text selection screen.
Move to the text you want and
press the
button.
● The selected text file will be displayed.
● Press and hold the
button to return to
the MENU screen.
Navigation
TEXT
The Children W
Romeo and Ju..
The Little Prin..
To be or not t..
I Setting a Bookmark
Press and hold the A↔B button in the Text screen.
● The current page is bookmarked.
● You can create only 1 bookmark.
ENG
Text Viewer allows you to read text files that were created on your PC.
Text files must have a .txt extension to be viewed by Text Viewer.
That night, before
the party began,
lady capulet look
ed for Juliet, her
only child.”Nurse,
where is juliet? C
The Children..
Today I Read the
first episode of a
book called ‘The
Children Who Gath
er the Clams’.It w
as a very interest
The Children..
Today I Read the
first episode of a
book called ‘The
Children Who Gath
er the Clams’.It w
as a very interest
I Moving to Bookmark
Press the A↔B button in the Text screen.
● The bookmarked page is displayed.
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Viewing a Video
1 Press and hold the
button to move
to menu and select Video.
Current Time
● The video screen appears.
Video
Playtime
Wholetime
2 Press the
button briefly to move
to the video selection screen.
Move to the video you want and press
the NAVI button.
Volume
Navigation
VIDEO
Sweet Llife.Svi
SDIARY.Svi
TOM.Svi
● The selected video will be played.
City of Angels..
- , : To adjust the volume.
,
(Pressing briefly): To move to the
previous/next video.
,
(Pressing and holding): To browse videos fast.
- MENU: Check the progress time, total time, and volume.
● Press and hold the
button to move to the MENU screen.
✍ Note
- The player only supports video files which have an .svi extension. To view video files on other
formats, convert the files using Multimedia Studio and then transfer the converted files into the player.
To send video files to the player, refer to “Sending Videos” of “Using Multimedia Studio”.
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Setting the Advanced Funtions
ENG
1 Select Settings in the menu. (refer to “MENU Options”)
Settings
2 In Settings, use
,
to move to the function you want and press the
button to
select.
● To move to a previous menu, use
or select Return.
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Sound Effect
Sound Effect
Sound Effect
Sound Effect
Display
Display
Display
Display
Record
Record
Record
Record
Time
Time
Time
Time
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
Play Mode
Play Speed
Play Speed
Play Speed
Sound Effect
System
System
System
Display
Return
Return
Return
Record
Time
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Selecting the Play mode
1 Press and hold the button. Select Settings → Play Mode.
2 Use , to move to the play mode you want and press the
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Normal
Normal
Normal
Normal
Repeat Folder
Repeat Folder
Repeat Folder
Repeat Folder
Repeat All
Repeat All
Repeat All
Repeat All
Repeat One
Repeat One
Repeat One
Repeat One
Shuffle Folder
Shuffle Folder
Shuffle Folder
Shuffle Folder
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Play Mode
Normal
Shuffle All
Shuffle All
Shuffle All
Repeat Folder
Intro
Intro
Intro
Repeat All
Return
Return
Return
Repeat One
Shuffle Folder
● Normal : To play all the files in order one time.
● Repeat Folder : To repeat the current folder.
● Repeat All : To repeat all files.
● Repeat One : To repeat one file.
● Shuffle Folder : To play files in the folder at random.
● Shuffle All : To play files at random.
● Intro : To play the first few seconds of a music file.
● Exit : To move to a previous menu.
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button.
Setting Sound Effect
Press and hold the
button. Select Settings → Sound Effect.
I DNSe
DNSe
DNSe
ENG
● Use
,
to move to the sound mode you want and press the
button.
● 3D-User → 3D-Studio → 3D-Stage → 3D-Club → Normal → Rock → House → Dance → Jazz →
Ballad → Rhythm & Blues → Classical → User EQ
● Select User EQ to set the EQ as desired.
DNSe
3D-User
Rock
Rhythm & Blues
3D-Studio
House
Classical
3D-Stage
Dance
User EQ
3D-Club
Jazz
Return
Normal
Ballad
✍ Note
- DNSe is a sound effect function for MP3 player developed by Samsung and consists of 3D, Bass
Enhance and Street modes. The 3D adds stereophonic sound effect to the music, the Bass Enhance
reinforces the bass and the Street mode provides automatic volume control function that amplifies
small sound in noisy environment for easier listening in noisy street.
- For some Ogg files, 3D Sound is not supported.
I 3D User Set
3D-User Set is applied only when 3D sound mode is selected from DNSe.
3D
● Use
,
to move to the 3D level you want
and press the
button.
● 3D level can be set within the range of 0 to 5.
3D User Set
3D
3D
Bass Enhance
Return
3
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Setting Sound Effect
Bass Enhance
● Use
,
to move to the bass Enhance level
you want and press the
button.
● Bass Enhance level can be set within the
range of 0 to 3.
3D User Set
Bass Enhance
3D
Bass Enhance
Return
2
I Street Mode
● Use
,
to move to Street Mode On or Off and press the
button.
Street Mode
● On: You can hear the sound with better quality when you listen to music
in the street.
On
● Off: Tracks are played in the setting sound mode.
Return
Off
I User EQ Set
● You can adjust the EQ to your preference in the User EQ Set.
● Press
,
to move left or right to select the desired EQ, and
press
, to adjust the level. After the setting is completed, move to
[OK] and press the
button.
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User EQ Set
Display Settings
Press and hold the
button. Select Settings → Display.
ENG
I Scroll
Scroll Speed
● Use , to set the scroll speed to adjust the speed of the track title
movement.
● High → Middle → Low.
Scroll Speed
High
Middle
Low
Return
Scroll Type
● Use , to select one of the scroll types below.
● Horizontal : Music title moves horizontally.
● Vertical : Music title moves vertically.
Scroll Type
Horizontal
Vertical
Return
I Visualizer
● Use
,
to move to the Visualizer screen
you want and press the
button.
● If you select a visualizer, the background
of the music mode is changed to the selected
visualizer screen.
✍ Note
Visualizer
Visualizer
Off
Graphic EQ 4
Enlarged EQ
Graphic EQ 5
Graphic EQ 1
Return
Graphic EQ 2
Graphic EQ 3
- For some Ogg files, visualizer is not supported.
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Display Settings
I Backlight Time
● Use
,
to move to the Backlight Time
you want and press the
button.
● You can set the Backlight Time to time between
3 seconds and 1 minutes, or Always On.
● When set to Always On, the backlight stays on
continuously.
● When the backlight is turned off, the backlight
is tuned on even if any button is pressed.
Press the corresponding button again after
the backlight is turned on.
Backlight Time
Backlight Time
3 sec
Always On
5 sec
Return
15 sec
30 sec
1 min
I Tag Info.
● Use
,
to move to Tag Info. On or Off and press the
button.
● On : The title and artist contained in the file tag information are displayed
during playback.
● Off : Display the name of music file.
Tag Info.
On
Off
Return
✍ Note
- What is an ID3 Tag ?
This is what is attached to an MP3 to carry information relevant to the file, such as the title,
artist, album, year, genre and a comment field.
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Display Settings
● Use
, to move to the Clock Screen
Saver time you want and press the
button.
● You can set the time to wait to Off, or time
between 10 seconds and 5 minutes. If no
button is pressed during playback, the
clock screen appears automatically after the
time you set.
● When set to Off, the normal playback screen
displays.
Clock Screen Saver
ENG
I Clock Screen Saver
Clock Screen Saver
Off
5 min
10 sec
Return
30 sec
1 min
3 min
I Language
● Use
, to select the language for displaying Tag information and
menu and press the
button.
● Korean → English → French → German → Italian → Japanese →
Simp. Chinese → Spanish → Trad. Chinese → Russian → Hungarian →
Dutch → Polish → Portuguese → Swedish
Language
Korean
English
French
German
Italian
✍ Note
- The supported languages can be changed or added.
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Record Settings
Press and hold the
button. Select Settings → Record.
I Bit Rate
● Use
,
to move to the recording bit rate
you want and press the
button.
● When recording music into an MP3 file, you
can select one of the following bit rates :
32kbps, 64kbps, 96kbps, 128kbps, 160kbps
and 192kbps.
Bit Rate
Bit Rate
32 Kbps
192 Kbps
64 Kbps
Return
96 Kbps
128 Kbps
160 Kbps
I Auto Sync
● Use
,
to move to the Auto Sync you want
and press the
button.
● Auto Sync Time is a function for separating
and saving MP3 files when there is no sound
for a set time during MP3 recording.
● Auto Sync Time can be set to Off, Sync 1,
2 seconds, 3 seconds, 4 second, or 5 seconds.
● In SYNC 1 setting, recording stops when there is
no sound for over 2 seconds during recording.
● If Auto Sync Time is set to Off, recording
keeps going even if there is no sound, and then
it is saved as one file.
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Auto Sync
Auto Sync
Off
5 sec
Sync 1
Return
2 sec
3 sec
4 sec
Record Settings
● Use
,
to move to VOR On or Off and press the
button.
ENG
I VOR (Voice Operation Recording)
VOR (Voice Ope..
● On : Recording stops if there is no sound.
On
● Off : Recording continues regardless of voice volume.
Off
Return
Time Settings
Press and hold the
button. Select Settings → Time.
I Sleep
● Use
,
to move to the Sleep time you
want and press the
button.
● Sleep time can be set to Off, 15~120 minutes.
The player will automatically turn off after the
time you set.
● When set to Off, the function is disabled.
Sleep
Sleep
Off
120 min
15 min
Return
30 min
60 min
90 min
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Time Settings
I Alarm Set
1 Use
to set the alarm Off, Once or Everyday and
button.
,
press the
Alarm Set
Once
2 Use , to set the time and press the button.
3 After the setting is completed, move to [OK] and press the
AM
05 : 01
button.
● When the power is off while the alarm is set, the player will
automatically turn on at the time you set.
✍ Note
- After setting Alarm, the alarm icon will be displayed.
- The player is turned on at the set alarm time and it is automatically turned off in 1 minute
if no button is pressed.
I Time Set
You can set the current date and time.
1 Use
,
to set the time and press the
button.
2 Use
,
to set the date and press the
button.
3 After the setting is completed, move to [OK] and press the
button.
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Time Set
AM
07: 38
2005 - 06 - 21
Play Speed Settings
press the
button.
Play Speed
ENG
1 Press and hold the button. Select Settings → Play Speed.
2 Use , to move to the desired Play Speed, and then
-2
● The higher the number, the faster the
speed of play, and the lower the number,
the slower the speed of play.
System Settings
Press and hold the
button. Select Settings → System.
I Delete File
1 Move to the file you want to delete and
press the
2 Use
the
button.
Delete File
MUSIC
Song For The Peo
,
to move to [OK] and press
button.
Besame Mucho
Sometimes I’M Ha
Delete File
Lost Dream
● The selected file is deleted.
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System Settings
I Beep
● Use
,
to move to Beep On or Off and press the
● On : The unit beeps when the buttons are pressed.
● Off : The unit does not beep.
button.
Beep
On
Off
Return
I Skip Interval
● Use
,
to move to the Skip Interval
you want and press the
button.
● You can set the Skip Interval Time to Track
or time between 5 seconds and 10 minutes.
● If you set the Skip Interval to Track, then
press the
,
button, the previous or next
track will be selected.
Skip Interval
Skip Interval
Track
1 min
5 sec
3 min
10 sec
5 min
15 sec
10 min
30 sec
Return
✍ Note
- For a VBR or Ogg file, the Skip Interval may not be exact.
I Search Speed
● Use
,
to move to the Search Speed
you want and press the
button.
● You can set the Search Speed to skip
1 second to 1 minute sections within a song.
● You can determine the amount of time
interval to be moved when you
press and hold the
,
button
in the music mode.
Search Speed
20 sec
3 sec
30 sec
5 sec
1 min
10 sec
Return
15 sec
✍ Note
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Search Speed
1 sec
- For a VBR or Ogg file, the Search Speed may not be exact.
System Settings
I Resume
Resume
ENG
● Use
,
to move to Resume On or Off and press the
button.
● On: Playback will resume from the point it was previously stopped.
● Off: Playback will resume from the beginning of the file/track
that was playing when stopped.
On
Off
Return
I Auto Off Time
● Use , to move to the Auto Off Time
you want and press the
button.
● You can set the Auto Off Time to Off or time
between 5 seconds and 3 minutes.
If no button is pressed after play stops,
the player will automatically turn off after
the time you set.
Auto Off Time
Auto Off Time
Off
1 min
5 sec
3 min
10 sec
Return
15 sec
30 sec
● When set to Off, the function is disabled.
I Intro Time
● Use
,
to move to the Intro Time you want and press the
button.
● You can set the Intro Time from 10 seconds to 1 minutes.
When you select the Intro function, the beginning of all files will be
played back for the seconds you set.
Intro Time
10 sec
20 sec
30 sec
1 min
Return
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System Settings
I Default Set
● Use
,
to move to [OK] or [Cancel] and press the
button.
● OK : All settings selected will be returned to the original factory settings.
Default Set
● Cancel : All settings selected will remain as they are.
I Format
● Use
,
to move to [OK] or [Cancel] and press the
button.
● OK : Memory is formatted and all saved files are deleted.
● Cancel : Memory is not formatted.
Format?
✍ Note
- Care must be taken as formatted files can not be recovered.
I About
● If you select About, you can check the firmware version, file information
and memory capacity.
About
Firmware Version
File Info.
Memory Size
Return
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MENU Table
Music
Navigation
FM Radio
Playlist
Photo
Text
Video
Play Speed
Settings
ENG
MENU
∏fi¥∫»≠∏È
Exit
Normal
Preset
Auto Preset
Timer FM REC
Delete Preset
FM Region
FM Search Level
Play Mode
Sound Effect
Display
Record
Time
Normal
DNSe
Scroll
Bit Rate
Sleep
Repeat Folder
3D User Set
Visualizer
Auto Sync
Alarm Set
Beep
Repeat All
Street Mode
Backlight Time
VOR
Time Set
Skip Interval
Repeat One
User EQ Set
Tag Info.
System
Delete File
Search Speed
Shuffle Folder
Clock Screen Saver
Resume
Shuffle All
Language
Auto Off Time
Intro
Intro Time
Default Set
Format
About
● Use the
,
buttons to move and use
button to select.
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Troubleshooting
The software doesn’t function properly
● Refer to the System Requirements
The player does not work and the LCD displays nothing.
● Reset the player by pressing the RESET Hole using a pointed object such as a safety clip.
● Check the battery charge status of the player.
In PLAY mode, music is not played after pressing the
button
● Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are saved in the built-in memory.
● Check to see if the HOLD button is locked.
Files cannot be downloaded.
●
●
●
●
Check to see if the driver is installed correctly in the computer.
Check the connection between the player and PC.
Reset the player by pressing the RESET Hole using a pointed object such as a safety clip.
Check if the memory is full.
Backlight does not work.
● Check the backlight setup.
● When the battery power is low, the backlight will go out.
The buttons do not work.
● Check to see if the HOLD button is locked.
● Reset the player by pressing the RESET Hole using a pointed object such as a safety clip.
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Troubleshooting
ENG
The player keeps being turned off.
● In Stop mode, the power is automatically turned off (changes depending on settings).
● Check to see if there are files saved in it.
Something’s wrong with play time displayed during Play mode.
● Check to see if a VBR file is playing.
The file name is not displayed correctly.
● Move to [Settings] → [Display] → [Language] in the Menu and then change the
language setting.
There is a file saved in the player, but “No File” appears in the screen.
● Check to see if MP3 or WMA files are saved in the built-in memory.
I cannot properly connect the player to the PC.
● Win98 : try to connect again after installing Driver.
● Win ME/2000/XP :Press Start in the desktop to execute Windows Update. After selecting
important update and service pack, execute update all.
Try to connect it again after rebooting PC.
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Specifications
Model
Built-in Memory capacity
Built-in Rechargeable Battery Capacity
Voltage
Play Time
Supported Number of Files
Dimensions/Weight
Case
Maximum File Transfer Data Rate
Noise Ratio
Earphones Jack Output Power
Output Frequency Range
Operating Temperature Range
FM Frequency
FM Signal to Noise Ratio
FM T.H.D
FM Useable Sensitiivity
File Support
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YP-T7F
YP-T7F V(256MB) / YP-T7F X(512MB) / YP-T7F Z(1GB) /
YP-T7F Q(2GB)
380mAh
3.7V (Li-polymer)
Music: 10 Hours, Video : 3 Hours (based on the measurement by the company)
Max. 2000
37 X 62 X 14mm/40g
Magnesium/Aluminum/Plastic
120Mbps
90dB with 20kHz LPF (based on 1kHz 0dB)
20mW(16Ω)
20Hz~20kHz
-5~ +35°C (23~95°F)
87.5~108.0MHz
45dB
1%
10dB
AUDIO : MP3(MPEG1/2/2.5 Layer3), Audio ASF, WMA, Ogg(Q0 ~ Q10)
IMAGE : JPEG(ISO/IEC 10918-1/Annex F-Sequential DCT-based
mode of operation)
VIDEO : MPEG4(QCIF 10~15 Frame)
Specifications
ENG
The product unit accompanying this user manual is licensed under certain intellectual property
rights of certain third parties. This license is limited to private non-commercial use by end-user
consumers for licensed contents.
No rights are granted for commercial use. The license does not cover any product unit other
than this product unit and the license does not extend to any unlicensed product unit or
process conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in combination with
this product unit. The license only covers the use of this product unit to encode and/or decode
audio files conforming to the ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3. No rights are granted
under this license for product features or functions that do not conform to the ISO/IEC
11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3.
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