Samsung | BR-1320 | Samsung BR-1320 사용자 매뉴얼

Voice yepp
BR-1320
BR-1640
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• Pictures shown in this manual are for illustrative purposes
only and may be different from actual product.
Features
What is a digital recorder?
It is a miniature recorder that stores sound and voice data in an
electronic memory chip, without using cassette tapes.
■ Long Recording Function (about)
HQ
Mode
SP
(standard play) (high quality)
Model
SHQ
(super high quality)
BR-1320
8 hours and
50 minutes
2 hours and
10 minutes
1 hours and
30 minutes
BR-1640
17 hours and
40 minutes
4 hours and
20 minutes
3 hours and
8 minutes
■ Digital Interface Function
You can upload recordings to and download recordings from
your PC, including MP3 files.
■ Repeat Playback Function
You can listen to a selected recording repeatedly.
■ MIC/Recording Mode Select Function
You can set the microphone sensitivity according to the distance
from a sound source, the amount of ambient noise, etc.
■ VOR Function
You can set the recorder so that recording is activated only by
voice or sound.
■ Auto Power Off Function
The Voice Yepp is automatically turned off when it is not used for
over 1 minute.
■ Recording Folder Management Function
Recordings can be stored in up to four separate folders (A, B, C,
and D). MP3 files can be stored separately in the MP3 folder.
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Contents
Features..................................................1
Descriptions .........................................3
■ Intro-Scan Function
You can search quickly through multiple recordings to find specific ones by listening to each
recording for 10 seconds.
Using Voice Yepp
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■ Voice Edit and E-mail Send Functions
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After uploading files to a PC, you can use the
Voice Yepp Player program to edit recordings
and send e-mails.
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Turning the Power On/Off.......................5
Recording................................................6
Playing back............................................7
Playback Speed Control Function .........8
Deleting ...................................................9
Convenient Functions
● Recording Search Function .................11
● Main Information Display Function .............11
● VOR Function .......................................12
● Mic Mode Select Function........................12
● Recording Mode Select Function..............12
● Backlight Function ................................13
● Bass Control Function..........................13
● Repeat Playback Function...................14
Connecting to a PC .................................15
Cautions ....................................................30
Troubleshooting .......................................32
Specifications...........................................34
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Descriptions
Front Panel
Playback Speed indicator
Main Information indicator
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Lock indicator
Folder
button
Repeat
button
VOR indicator
Recording Mode
indicator
Recording indicator
Playback indicator
Repeat indicator
Remaining Battery
Power indicator
Recording Number
indicator
Recording Folder
indicator
Recording Time
indicator (hour,
minute, second)
Delete
button
Delete All
Recording
indicator
Menu Set
button
Search Recorded
Messages
indicator
Volume indicator
Top Panel
Output jack (for earphone connection)
Internal Microphone
Input jack
(for external microphone connection)
Accessories
External
Microphone
Program Installation
CD for PC
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USB Cable
Earphone
Two batteries
User’s Manual
Rear Panel
Left Panel
Right Panel
Vor On switch
Record switch
Play/Pause button
Vol button
Internal Speaker
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Play/Pause
Rewind/Fast Forward
Speed Search
Power
USB Port jack
(for USB Cable
Connection)
Mic Mode switch
Battery Cover
Rec Select switch
Hold switch
Inserting the Batteries
1 Open the battery
2 Insert two AAA batteries,
cover on the back of
the device.
paying attention to the correct polarities
(+ and -). Replace
battery cover.
● While pressing the part
indicated by the
mark, slide the cover in
the direction of the arrow.
Battery Life
Checking the remaining battery power
Battery Operating Time (LR03 Alkaline Battery)
Voice Recorder mode
Recording
Type (SP mode) Earphone
playback
Time
7 hours
and
8 hours
30 minutes
Speaker
playback
(Volume
level 7 as
a norm)
MP3 mode
Speaker
playback
Earphone (Volume
playback level 7 as
a norm)
Sufficient battery life
Low battery consumption
Time to replace battery
3 hours
8 hours
and
5 hours
and
30 minutes 30 minutes
● Recordings will not be lost when replacing batteries.
● Depending on the battery type, the length of playback time, and the sound output volume,
etc., the battery operating time may vary.
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Using Voice Yepp
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Turing the Power On/Off
To turn on Power
To turn off Power
Press the Play/Pause button while the
recorder is not in lock mode.
Slide the Hold switch up while recording
or while playback is in the stop mode.
● The power comes on.
● The power turns off.
● If you slide the Record switch up
while the power is turned off,
power will be turned on and
recording will start.
Setting Lock Function
This disables all buttons while preserving the existing mode.
However, the recording function can be used even in lock mode.
Slide the Hold switch up.
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The recorder is now set to lock mode.
● If you set the recorder to lock mode while
recording or playback is in stop mode, the
power will be turned off.
Listening through earphones
You can listen to the sounds crurrently being recorded or played.
Connect the earphone to the output jack.
Sound can be heard over the earphones.
Press the Vol button to adjust sound output
volume.
● During recording, the Vol button
does not work.
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● The recorder is automatically
turned off when it is not used for
over 1 minute.
Making a recording
You can make a recording using either the internal or external microphone.
Press the Play/Pause button to turn the power on (see page 5).
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Press the Folder button to select the folder where recordings will be stored.
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Each time the button is pressed, the folder switches as follows: A ➔ B ➔ C
➔D➔
(MP3). Select from the following: A, B, C, and D.
Slide the Record switch up.
The recording number and time appears on the display and recording begins.
Each recording is automatically assigned a recording number, which is the next
number up from the previous one. Up to maximum of 99 files can be stored in
each folder.
● If recording is performed in the MP3 folder, the folder will automatically switch to A.
If folder A already contains 99 files, recording will automatically switch to folder
B.
● Direct the microphone towards a sound source.
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● During recording, all other functions, except the VOR and Hold functions, are disabled.
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If you plug the earphones in during recording, you can listen to the sounds currently
being recorded.
To end recording
Slide the Record switch down.
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Recording stops and the current
recording is saved automatically.
To see the available recording time
While in stop mode, press the
Folder button and keep it pressed.
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The available recording time is shown on
the display.
Information shown on the LCD display
Full - n: indicates that all folders (A, B, C, and D) are full, each containing 99 files.
Full - d: indicates that the memory is full.
● S - File: indicates that the recording is now being stored in the memory.
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Playing back
1
Press the Play/Pause button to turn the power on (see page 5).
2
Press the Folder button to select the folder containing the file
you want to play.
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Each time the button is pressed, the folder switches as follows: A ➔ B ➔ C
➔D➔
(MP3).
3
Slide the Play/Pause button up or down to select the recording number of the file you want to play.
4
Press the Play/Pause button.
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The total playback time is displayed and playback starts.
To stop playback
Press the Play/Pause button.
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Playback stops.
To adjust sound output volume
Press the Vol button.
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You can adjust the volume 0 to 20.
To locate a specific point within your audio file
Fast Forward (during playback)
Rewind (during playback)
Slide and hold down the Play/
Pause button for over 3 seconds.
Slide and hold up the Play/Pause
button for over 3 seconds.
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So long as the Play/Pause button is slided down, the Voice Yepp will Fast
Forward. The moment you release the
button, the Fast Forward function will stop
and the recording file will start playing
again from that location.
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So long as the Play/Pause button is slided
up, the Voice Yepp will Rewind. The
moment you release the button, the
Rewind function will stop and the recording file will start playing again from that current location.
Playback speed control function
The Playback speed cannot be adjusted during playback.
To listen on slow speed
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While in stop mode
Press the Menu Set button briefly until ‘SLOW’ appears on the display.
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‘SLOW’ lights up.
Press the Menu Set button longer.
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‘SLOW’ appears on the display and the recording is played back at slow speed when the
Play/Pause button is pressed.
To listen at normal speed
While in stop mode
1
2
Press the Menu Set button briefly until ‘NOR’ appears on the display.
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‘NOR’ lights up.
Press the Menu Set button longer.
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‘NOR’ appears on the display and the recording is played back at normal speed when
the Play/Pause button is pressed.
To listen at fast speed
While in stop mode
1
2
Press the Menu Set button until ‘FAST’ appears on the display.
Press the Menu Set button longer.
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‘FAST’ appears on the display and the recording is played back at fast speed when the
Play/Pause button is pressed.
● Set the playback speed before beginning playback.
Note that MP3 playback speed cannot be adjusted.
● If the batteries have been replaced or if the power has been turned off, playback speed
automatically switches back to normal(NOR mode).
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Deleting
To delete a single recording
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You can delete a particular recording number.
1
Press the Play/Pause button to turn the power on (see page 5).
2
Press the Folder button to select the folder.
3
Slide the Play/Pause button up or down to select the recording number of the file you want to delete.
4
Press the Delete button longer.
The selected recording number is deleted and the rest of the recording numbers are automatically sorted.
● Each time the Delete button is pressed briefly, the selection switches
between the recording number and the folder. The selection lights up.
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To delete all the recordings in a folder
You can delete all recordings stored in a given folder.
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2
Press the Folder button to select the folder you want to delete.
Press the Delete button briefly.
● The selected folder lights up.
● Each time the Delete button is pressed briefly, the selection switches between the recording
number and the folder. The selection lights up.
3
Press the Delete button longer.
● All recordings in the selected folder will be deleted.
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To delete all recordings
You can delete all the recordings stored in the Voice Yepp in one operation.
While in the stop mode
Press the Menu Set button briefly until ‘Delete’ appears on the display.
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‘Delete’ lights up.
Press the Menu Set button once again, this time a little longer.
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‘DEL All’ appears on the display and all recordings will be deleted.
Delete process is cancelled if another button is pressed during 5 seconds while ‘Delete’
lights up.
To delete the recording currently being played back
You can also delete the recorded message currently being played.
During playback, press the Delete button and hold it for a bit.
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The recorded message that was being played is now deleted.
● Deleted recordings cannot be recovered.
Connecting an external microphone
You can voice record while moving freely around your home or classroom, by attaching the
microphone to your lapel or shirt.
Connect the external microphone as shown in
External Microphone
the picture.
Recording steps are the same as those given on
page 6.
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Convenient Functions
Recording Search Function
Because the beginning of each recording in a given folder is played back for 10 seconds, it is easy to search
for a specific recording.
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Press the Menu Set button briefly until ‘INTRO SCAN’ appears on the
display.
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‘INTRO SCAN’ lights up.
Press the Menu Set button again, this time longer.
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‘INTRO SCAN’ appears on the display and the beginning of each recording in a given
folder is played back.
Main Information Display Function
If you have an important message, you can display main information.
While in the stop mode
1
Press the Menu Set button briefly until
2
Press the Menu Set button longer.
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appears on the display.
lights up.
appears by the selected recording number.
To cancel the main information display function
● Select the main information display again. Main information display is cleared.
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VOR Function
With the VOR (Voice Operating Record) function enabled, the recorder can record only when it detects a
voice or other sound; otherwise it remians in the pause state.
To set VOR
To cancel the VOR function
Slide the Vor
Slide the Vor
On switch down.
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On switch up.
Mic Mode Select Function
You can adjust the microphone’s sensitivity according to its distance from the sound source, and the amount
of ambient noise.
Meeting mode
Lecture mode
Use this when the sound source is
close to the microphone or when the
noise level is high.
Use this when the sound source is far
away or when the noise level is fairly
low.
● Slide the Mic Mode switch down.
● Slide the Mic Mode switch up.
Recording Mode Select Function
Using the Rec Select switch, select the desired recording mode.
SHQ mode: super high
quality recording
HQ mode: high quality recording
SP mode: recording
● When you select a recording mode, the selection appears on the display.
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Convenient Functions(Continuted)
Backlight Function
You can set the recorder so that the LCD display lights each time a button is pressed.
Setting the backlight function
1
Press the Menu Set button until ‘EL ON’
appears on the display.
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Canceling the
backlight function
‘EL ON’ lights up.
2
Press the Menu
1
Press the Menu Set button until ‘EL OFF’
appears on the display.
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2
‘EL OFF’ lights up.
Press the
longer.
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Set button longer.
‘EL ON’ light goes off and the LCD lights each time a
button is pressed.
Menu Set button again, this time
‘EL OFF’ light goes off and the backlight function will be
cancelled.
Bass Control Function
Setting the backlight function
Folder
1
Press the
folder.
2
Press the Menu Set button until ‘b_06’
appears on the display.
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button to select the MP3
‘b__06’ lights up.
Menu Set button again, this time
3
Press the
longer.
4
Press the Vol button to select the desired bass
level.
●
You can adjust it from 0 to 12.
● The Bass control function only works in MP3 mode.
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Repeat Playback Function
1
During playback, press the Repeat
button briefly at the start point of
the A-B section you want to repeat.
‘RPT A’, the start point of the A-B
section, is displayed.
During playback, press the
Repeat button briefly at the
end point of the A-B section you
want to repeat.
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The end point ‘B’ appears beside
‘RPT A’, and repeat playback of
the A-B section starts.
To repeat the current playback
During playback, press the Repeat button longer.
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‘RPT I’ appears on the display and the recording that is currently being played will be
played back repeatedly.
To cancel repeat playback
Press the Repeat button again.
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Repeat playback stops.
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Connecting to a PC
By installing the Voice Yepp program and the USB driver, you can transfer the recording from the Voice
Yepp to your PC.You can also perform record, edit, play, and voice e-mail send operations.
Connecting Voice Yepp to a PC
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Using a USB cable, connect the Voice Yepp to your PC as shown in the picture.
USB Port
PC
USB Cable
Soundcard
Input jack
Use this when
recording with the
Voice Yepp program on your PC.
USB Port
Voice Yepp
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External Microphone
System Requirements
Computer: IBM compatible PC (Pentium or higher) with USB port support
Memory: 64MB or higher
● Operating System: Windows 98/SE/NT5.0/2000/Me/XP
● Available Hard Disk Space: above 100 MB
● Microphone (for recording), Speaker (for playing)
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Connecting to a PC(continued)
Installing the Voice Yepp Software
When you insert the installation CD into your CD-ROM drive, the CD starts automatically and a menu
appears on the screen as follows.
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If the CD does not start automatically
● Double left click on the My
Computer icon in desktop to open
it, select the CD-ROM drive, and
open the Setup folder, which
should contain the “Setup.exe” file.
Double-click on “Setup.exe”.
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1
Click
2
Click
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3
Click
4
Click
● The Voice Yepp program installation is
complete.
To uninstall the Voice Yepp program
● An ‘Uninstall’ window appears when you insert the CD into your CD-ROM drive.
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Connecting to a PC(continued)
Installing USB driver
Switch the Voice Yepp on, connect it to your PC, and then install the USB cable as shown below.
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Caution: The piture below depicts installation in Windows 2000.
1
Click
2
Select
3
Click
4
Insert the installation CD into
your CD-ROM drive.
● Skip this step if the CD is already in your
CD-ROM drive.
5
Caution: Make sure only that this area is selected.
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Click
6
● Select the ‘Win 98/SE’ folder if your OS is
Windows 98/SE; select the ‘Win2K/ME’ folder if your OS is Windows 2000/ME/XP.
7
Click
● If the Browse window closes when you click,
click
8
Click
9
Click
from the number 4 window.
● The USB driver installation is complete.
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Select a folder appropriate for
your operating system
Connecting to a PC(continued)
Using Voice Yepp Manager
● First, connect the Voice Yepp to a PC.
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If you disconnect the cable connecting this device to your PC, ‘Pro-F’ appears on the display and the
number increases to show the total number of MP3 music files.
This indicates that the Voice Yepp is in the process of encryption. Wait a moment.
● This program allows you to upload/download voice files. The program starts when you double-click on
the Voice Yepp manager icon on the desktop.
Selecting the file format
● You can choose to display
only those file formats that
you want to see.
Voice Yepp Folder
Moving to Upper Folder
Cutting the Selected
Folder/File
Setup
Copying the Selected
Folder/File Copy
Refresh
Pasting Cut/Copied
Folder or File
Deleting the
Selected Folder/File
Making New
Folder
Converting SC4 file to
WAV file
Converting WAV file to SC4 file
(standard play, high quality, and
super high quality)
● For detailed instruction on file
conversion, see page 23.
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LCD display information during connecting to PC
PC-in: indicates that the Voice Yepp is connected to a PC
PC-tr: indicates that data is being transferred
● Pro-F: indicates that MP3 files are being encrypted
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When you disconnect the connection between the Voice Yepp and your PC while
‘PC-tr’ is displayed, the data in transit may be corrupted. Wait until ‘PC-in’ appears
on the display and then unplug the USB cable.
● Since your PC recognizes this device as a moveable disk, you can use it as a separate
recording medium by using Windows Explorer, without the need for the Voice Yepp manager or Voice Yepp player.
Thus all types of file, as well as voice and music files, can also be stored as in a moveable
disk and then be used on other PCs.
● If you re-connect the USB cable to Voice Yepp after formatting the portable disk drive on
your PC, folders A, B, C, D and MP3 will automatically be created.
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Connecting to a PC(continued)
Using Voice Yepp Manager(Continued)
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File Conversion
WAV files can be converted into SC4 files which you can listen to using the Voice Yepp or the Voice Yepp
Player, and similarly SC4 files can be converted into WAV files.
1
2
Select the file to
be converted.
Select the desired file format
and click.
● Converts to the selected file format.
SC4 files
● As it only contains the recorded voice,
this file can only be listened to using the
Voice Yepp or the Voice Yepp Player.
Converting SC4 file to WAV file
● MP3 files must be saved only to the
Converting WAV file to a high quality
SC4 file
MP3 folder, and SC4 files to the A,
B, C, or D folders only.
Converting WAV file to a standard
quality SC4 file
Converting WAV file to a super high
quality SC4 file
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Voice File Download/Upload
Select a file to
download/upload
2
Drag and drop to the folder
into which you want to do
the upload/download
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● The selected file is copied
to the relevant folder.
Notes on voice download/upload
● When downloading voice files to folders A~D, name the files as Voice00, Voice01,...
Voice99.
Otherwise the Voice Yepp cannot recognize the files and you won’t be able to locate them.
● Download only SC4 files to folders A~D and only MP3 files to the MP3 folder.
Otherwise the Voice Yepp cannot recognize the files and you won’t be able to locate them.
● If you disconnect the USB cable once you’ve downloaded SC4 files, those files will be
automatically sorted.
Example: Voice02, Voice03, and Voice10 are automatically sorted as Voice01, Voice02,
Voice03 respectively.
● The law prohibits uploading MP3 files. So the Voice Yepp comes with an MP3 encryption
feature and when you upload MP3 files the sound is distorted.
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Connecting to a PC(continued)
Using the Voice Yepp Player
You can perform Record, Edit, and Voice E-mail Send operations from your PC using the Voice Yepp program. Double-click on the Voice Yepp Player icon the Desktop.
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Voice Recording
1
Click
2
To begin recording, click
● Select the button according to the
desired sound quality.
SP (standard play)
HQ (high quality)
SHQ (super high quality)
Recording Time Display
3
To stop recording, click
● Press the button once to pause record-
ing temporarily; press again to stop
recording.
To given sound effect
Click
.
● A window appears, where you can set various sound effects and their levels.
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Voice File Playback
1
Click and then open file you
want to play
● The currently recorded voice can be
2
Click
● The corresponding file is played on the PC.
Position Bar
File Size indicator
Playback Time indicator
Total Playback Time and
Sound Quality indicator
To move forward/backward
Click at the desired position.
Playback restarts from the new position.
● You can move to the beginning by clicking
and to the end by clicking
.
To adjust sound volume output
Click
.
● Windows’ Volume Control window appears.
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played back immediately.
Connecting to a PC(continued)
Using Voice Yepp Player(continued)
Voice File Edit
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1
Click and then open the
file you want to edit
● The currently recorded voice can be
edited immediately.
● If
2
Using the position shifting bar, select the section
you want to remove.
3
Click
●
deletes the section prior to the
selected position.
●
deletes the section following the
selected position.
SP (HQ, SHQ) button is pressed after dragging the bar to the desired position, the current recording
will be inserted at the relevant position in the file.
At this time, recording can be done only in the existing
recording modes (SP, HQ, and SHQ).
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Voice File Save
Click
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1
● A window appears, where you
can save a voice file either as
SC4 or exe format.
Quick Save
● Drag
or
to the desired
location. The currently recorded
or opened file is automatically
saved in the relevant folder.
SC4 files
● As they only contain the recorded voice, you can only listen to these files with the Voice
Yepp or the Voice Yepp Player.
exe files
● As they contain both the voice (or data) and a player, you can listen to these files without
using the Voice Yepp Player.
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Connecting to a PC(continued)
Using Voice Yepp Player(continued)
Sending recorded voice messages via e-mail
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1
Click and then open the
file you want to attach.
● The currently recorded voice can be
attached right away.
2
Click
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Attaches SC4 file.
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Attaches exe file.
The selected file is automatically attached.
3
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Write your message and then send
To send e-mails with voice file attachments, the user’s mail program must
first be set in the Voice Yepp Player.
Set the mail program by selecting Option ➔ Mail Program.
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Cautions
Operating Precautions
Do not drop or use force on the device.
●
Such actions will damage the Voice
Yepp.
Do not expose this device to the following conditions:
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Be careful not to apply excessive force
to the LCD display, as the display may
easily break or be rendered inoperable
due to its fragile nature.
The Manufacturer does not warrant and
will not be held responsible in any way for
damages or loss of data, including loss of
data stored on this device, resulting from a
cause other than defects in materials or
workmanship, including damage or loss
caused by servicing or modification by
anyone other than an authorized service
center. You will be responsible for safeguarding all data stored on this device.
Do not remove batteries during recording.
Safety Precautions
Do not attempt to service this device
yourself. Never disassemble or modify
this device in any way.
Do not use this device where the use
of electronic devices is restricted, such
as in an airplane.
Doing so can cause an accident.
If smoke emerge from the device, or
the device distorts due to heat generation, immediately remove the batteries
and then contact an authorized service
center.
Notes on batteries
Do not use different types of batteries
together.
Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat
or dispose of batteries by fire.
● Should fluid from a battery ever accidentally
Remove the batteries when not planning to use the device for a long period
of time.
get into your eyes, do not rub them. Rinse
your eyes with tap water and then consult
your physician immediately.
● Misuse of batteries can cause them to leak,
which damages and corrodes the area
around the battery, creating the danger of
fire, explosion and personal injury.
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places subject to extremely high temperatures (60°C);
a place exposed to direct sunlight or
near a heater;
● inside a car, especially in summer;
● high humidity such as near a bath; or
● dusty places.
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Keep ATM cards, credit cards, and any
other magnetic card away from the
recorder as the magnetic force generated
by its speaker can render magnetic cards
unusable.
Cautions(continued)
Note on the LCD display
Wait a moment when any of the following messages is shown on the LCD display.
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● Pro-d: Sorting Memory
● Pro-F: Encoding MP3 files
● S-File: Saving Recording
Protect the player from moisture(dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids,such as vases, shall be placed on the player), and excess heat(e.g.fireplace) or equipment
creating strong magnetic or electric fields
(i.e.speakers...) disconnect the power cable from
the mains electricity supply if the player malfunction. Your player is not intended for industrial use
but for domestic purposes only. Use of this product is for personal use only. Condensation If your
player or disc have been stored in a cold atmosphsre. as for example during transportation in
the winter, wait for approximately 2 hours until
they have reached room temperature.
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The battery used in this product contains the
chemicals that are harmful to the environment.
Do not dispose of batteries in the general household waster. It is recommended that the replacement of the battery should be done by technician.
Troubleshooting
Check 1
LCD does
not work.
Check 2
Check 1
Check 2
Check 1
Playback
does not
work
Check 2
The earphones
don’t work.
Is the polarity of the batteries
correct?
➱ Make sure the polarities (+ and
-) are aligned correctly.
Is the memory full, or have all
available recording umbers been
used?
➱ Delete unnecessary files.
Are the batteries drained?
➱ Replace the batteries with
new ones.
Is the Voice Yepp set to lock
mode?
➱ Change the HOLD switch to
the ‘Unlock’ position.
Are any recordings present?
➱ Check the recording number.
Are the batteries drained?
➱ Replace the batteries with
new ones.
Check 1
Is the volume turned down to 0?
➱ Adjust the valume output.
Check 2
Is the earphone plugged in?
➱ Disconnect the earphones.
Check 1
Is the volume turned down to ‘0’?
➱ Adjust the volume output.
Check 2
Is the earphone securely plugged in?
Check 3
Speaker
doesn’t work.
➱ Replace the batteries with
new ones.
➱ Plug the earphone into the
jack.
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Sound
recording does
not work.
Are the batteries drained?
Troubleshooting(continued)
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‘Error’ message
appears on the
LCD display
Buttons do not
work
Check 1
The Voice Yepp memory is
unstable.
➱ Connect the device to a PC
to save important files. Then
format the memory.
Check 1
Is the LCD back light turned on?
➱ Remove and then replace in
the batteries.
- If you press the Play/Pause button to
turn on the power while the Menu
Set button is held down, you will get
to the program support mode.
- This function is reserved for future
upgrades. Do not use this repeatedly
(intendionally or otherwise) since
doing so may cause damage to the
product.
Check 2
Is the total memory displayed on
the LCD?
The device is in format mode(see
below on formatting details).
➱ Press the Repeat button or
remove and then replace in
the batteries.
Reset function (All data on the Voice Yepp will be erased.)
●
When the Voice Yepp does not operate correctly due to some external
influence, perform a reset.
➔ When you turn on the power by pressing the Play/Pause button while
holding down the Folder button, the Voice Yepp’s total memory size will be
displayed.
At this point, press the Delete button. The Voice Yepp will be reformatted and
all settings will be restored to defaults.
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Specifications
Model
Dimensions
Weight
Power Supply
Maximum number of recordings
Practical Maximum Output
Frequency Range
Input
61.5g (Batteries included)
AAA 1.5V X 2EA
FLASH MEMORY (32MB/64MB)
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Recording Medium
BR-1320/1640
34(W) X 117(H) X 15(D)mm
Total 396 recordings
9mW (SPEAKER)
100Hz ~ 4KHz
Internal non-directional electric condenser
microphone (mono)
Plug-In power microphone (mini plug/mono)
IMP 3KΩ and below
Output
Earphone (mini plug/stereo)
IMP 8Ω and above
(recommended output 32Ω)
Diameter 23mm, 16Ω speaker
Operating Environment
Temperature 0°C ~ 40°C
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