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YP-Q2
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,
vibrant pictures, and action-packed games. You’ll love your new MP3
player, whether you’re exercising, downloading your favorite tunes,
watching videos, playing games, or even listening to FM Radio.
Use it once, and you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
PUTTING THE “MULTI” IN MULTIMEDIA
We call it an MP3 player, but it’s much more
than that. It allows you to view pictures, text,
and videos and listen to FM radio and play
games.
TOUCH NAVIGATION!
You can tap on the touch pad to navigate
through the menus.
LONGER PLAY TIME AND SHORTER
DOWNLOADING!
A fully charged battery can play up to 50
hours of music, or 4 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.
ACOUSTIC WONDER
Your new MP3 player has built-in DNSe™
(Digital Natural Sound engine), Samsung’s
unique sound technology created to deliver
Vivid colour and images are delivered on the richer, deeper sound for an unbelievable
listening experience.
LCD screen.
COLOUR LCD SCREEN DESIGN
FREEDOM OF YOUR FAVORITE
SELECTION WITH MP3 PLAYER!
You can create playlists of your favorite
music.
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 centre 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
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 Centre near you.
ƒ Do not use the product during a thunderstorm, as it may cause
malfunction or a risk of electric shock.
CAUTION
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.
ƒ Do not place the product in damp, dusty, or sooty areas because these
environments could lead to fire or electric shock.
WARNING
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 35°C (95°F), 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 colour and
check “Fit to Page” in the print option for better viewing.
contents
THE BASICS
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What’s included
Your MP3 player
Resetting the system
Using the touch button
Charging the battery
Caring for the battery
Turning the Power on & off
Controlling the volume
Disabling the buttons
Browsing for files using
“file browser”
Deleting files with “file browser”
Changing the settings and
preferences
Sound setting options
Display setting options
Language setting options
Date&Time setting option
System setting options
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PC requirements
Using EmoDio
Using as a removable disk
Disconnecting from your PC
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EMODIO
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contents
LISTENING TO MUSIC
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WATCHING A VIDEO
49
VIEWING PICTURES
54
READING TEXT
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Listening by category
Music playback display
Touch buttons for playback control
Creating a playlist on your MP3 player
Using the music menu
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Watching a video
Video playback display
Touch buttons for playback control
Watching a bookmarked file
Using the video menu
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Viewing pictures
Picture display
Using the picture menu
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Reading text
Reading a bookmarked file
Using the text menu
contents
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Listening to FM radio
FM radio display
Using the FM radio menu
VIEWING DATACASTS
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Viewing datacasts
ENJOYING
THE PRIME PACK
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Voice recording
Playing video games
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Troubleshooting
APPENDIX
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Menu tree
Product specifications
License
LISTENING TO
FM RADIO
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WHAT’S INCLUDED
Your new MP3 player comes with these accessories. If you’re missing any of these
items, please contact a Samsung Customer Service Centre near you.
Player
Earphones
USB Cable
The accessories in your box may look slightly different than these shown.
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YOUR MP3 PLAYER
Screen display
Power & Hold button
Press and hold for power on/off.
Press once to lock the button
functions.
Press once again to unlock the
button functions.
User/Recording button
Press to access the user button mode.
For further information on the user
button mode, see page 27.
Press and hold to start voice
recording.
Reset hole
If a player malfunction occurs,
press the reset hole with a pointed
object to re-initialize the system.
Microphone
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YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
These buttons are ‘Touch Sensitive’ buttons.
Menu button
Tap to display the menu.
Up volume button
Tap to increase the volume or
move to an upper item/menu.
Back button
Tap to move to the previous
screen.
Press and hold to move to the
main menu screen.
Play/Pause/Select button
Tap to select Play/Pause and a
function, or move to the next screen.
Left file browser button
Tap to move to the previous track/
menu or play the current track from
the beginning.
Press and hold to quickly scan tracks.
Down volume button
Tap to reduce the volume or move
to a lower item/menu.
Right file browser button
Tap to move to the next track/menu.
Press and hold to quickly scan tracks.
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YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
Neck string hole
Earphone connection jack
USB connection port
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.
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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.
ƒ Do not press the Microphone hole with a pointed object, as it will damage the
product.
CAUTION
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USING THE TOUCH BUTTON
Tap on the touch button with your fingertip.
NOTE
ƒ To avoid damage to the touch button, do not use any object other than your fingers
to operate it.
ƒ Do not tap on the touch button if your fingers are not clean.
ƒ Do not tap on the touch button with gloves on.
ƒ The touch button may not function if you use a fingernail or other instruments such
as a ballpoint pen.
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CHARGING THE BATTERY
Charge the player before using it for the first time and when you haven’t used it
for awhile.
Screen Display
ƒ <USB connected>
> - Charging
ƒ <
ƒ <
> - Fully Charged
2
1
1. Connect the larger end of the USB cable to the USB connection port on the
bottom of the player.
2. Connect the smaller end of the USB cable to the USB port (
Charging Time
) on your PC.
about 4 hours
ƒ Total charging time varies depending on your PC environment.
NOTE
CAUTION
ƒ The player can only be charged by connecting to your PC with the USB cable.
Do not use a separate USB AC Adapter as it may not charge the battery or allow
proper operation of the player.
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CARING FOR THE BATTERY
Your battery will last longer if you follow these simple guidelines for caring and
storing the player.
• Recharge the battery within the temperature range of 5°C~35°C (40°F~95°F).
• 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 hold the [
] button.
Turning the Power off
Press and hold the [
NOTE
] button.
ƒ Your MP3 player will be automatically turned off when none of the buttons 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 24
for more information.
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CONTROLLING THE VOLUME
You can adjust the volume while a file is playing back.
Tap the [Up,Down] button.
ƒ The range of volume is set between 0 to 30.
DISABLING THE BUTTONS
The Hold function disables all the other buttons on the MP3 player, so that if
you accidentally bump one-while working out, for example-your music won’t be
interrupted.
1. Press the [
] button once.
2. Press the [
function.
] button once again to release the hold
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BROWSING FOR FILES USING “FILE BROWSER”
Search easily for files using the “File Browser” function.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired folder to bring up the file list.
3. Select a desired file.
ƒ The file will start playing.
NOTE
ƒ <My Pack> of <File Browser> is the folder storing DNSe files
transferred by <EmoDio>. For further information on DNSe, refer to <EmoDio>.
DELETING FILES WITH “FILE BROWSER”
Follow steps 1-2 above.
3. Select the file that you want to delete and tap [
].
4. Select <Delete File> ĺ <Yes>.
ƒ The file will be deleted.
ƒ The selected file cannot be deleted while it's playing back.
NOTE
ƒ Once files are deleted, they cannot be recovered.
CAUTION
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES
You can change the pre-set factory values to truly customize your MP3 player.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired item in the setting list.
3. Select a desired setting option.
4. Set the options you prefer.
[Settings list]
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Sound Setting Options
You can set the master EQ, beep sound and volume limit.
ƒ Master EQ: You can optimize sound settings. Select the
desired frequency and its level.
ƒ Beep Sound: Sets the beep sound for button operations to
on or off. Select either <Off> or <On>.
ƒ Volume Limit: You can avoid hearing damage by setting
the volume limit when using the earphones. <On> will limit
the maximum volume level to 15.
The maximum volume level when the volume limit is set to
<Off> is 30. If you have selected over 15, the volume will
default back to 15 when you turn the player off to decrease
the risk of hearing damage when you turn the player back on.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Display Setting Options
Change the menu design, font, display off and brightness of your
screen, etc.
ƒ Menu Design: You can change the style of the main menu
screen. Select either <Matrix> or <String>.
ƒ Font: You can change the font type of the menu language.
Select one of 3 font types. In some menu languages, <Font>
will not appear.
ƒ Reset My Skin: Initializes the background image of the
display screen to its default image. Select <Yes> to reset the
background image.
ƒ Display Off Time: If no button is tapped within the set time
shown below, the screen display 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 display
screen. Select a level from <0-10>, where 10 is the brightest.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
Language Setting Options
The menus on your new MP3 player can be set to appear in any one of
the available languages. You can change your preferred language easily.
ƒ Menu: Set the menu language.
Select from <English>, <䚐ạ㛨>, <Français>, <Deutsch>,
<Italiano>, <襲莇蛑>, <ㅔԧЁ᭛>, <㐕储Ё᭛>, <Español>,
<Ɋɭɫɫɤɢɣ>, <Magyar>, <Nederlands>, <Polski>,
<Português>, <Svenska>, <ѳъѕ>, <ýeština>, <ǼȜȜȘȞȚțȐ>,
<Türkçe>, <Norsk>, <Dansk>, <Suomi>, <Español
(Sudamérica)>, <Português (Brasil)>, <Indonesia>,
<TiӃng ViӋt>, <Ȼɴɥɝɚɪɫɤɢ>, <Română>, <ɍɤɪɚʀɧɫɶɤɚ>,
<Slovenšþina> or <Slovenský>.
ƒ Contents: Set the language in which the track information will appear.
Select from <English>, <Korean>, <French>, <German>, <Italian>,
<Japanese>, <Chinese(S)>, <Chinese(T)>, <Spanish>, <Russian>,
<Hungarian>, <Dutch>, <Polish>, <Portuguese>, <Swedish>, <Thai>,
<Finnish>, <Danish>, <Norwegian>, <Afrikaans>, <Basque>, <Catalan>,
<Czech>, <Estonian>, <Greek>, <Hrvatski>, <Icelandic>, <Romanian>,
<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)
Date&Time Setting Option
Set the current date and time.
1. Set each <Year>, <Month>, <Date>, <Hour>,
<Min>, <AM/PM>.
2. Tap [
].
3. Select <Yes>.
ƒ The date and time will be saved.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
System Setting Options
Choose the sleep timer, auto power off and default setting that’s right
for you.
ƒ My Info: You can set your name and birth date.
See page 26.
ƒ Sleep: Turns off power automatically after the preset time.
Select either <Off>, <15min>, <30min>, <60min>, <90min>
or <120min>.
ƒ Auto Power Off : Automatically turns power off when the
unit is in Pause mode and there is no button operation
within the preset time. Select either <15sec>, <30sec>,
<1min>, <3min>, <5min> or <Always On>.
ƒ Library Update: If a file name is displayed abnormally,
select <Library Update> to correct the file name.
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. 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 User Button Mode: You can check or set the function of the [
each mode. See page 27.
] button in
ƒ User Button Guide: The user button function guide in each mode will appear for
a short time on the top right corner of the screen. Select either <On> or <Off>.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
System Setting Options (Continued)
ƒ About: Checks the memory capacity, file number and firmware version.
ƒ Memory - <Used> indicates the usage, <Available> indicates the
remaining capacity and <Total> indicates the total memory
capacity.
ƒ Files - You can check the number of music files, videos, pictures, texts and
entire files.
ƒ Firmware - Displays the current firmware version.
ƒ Demo Mode : If you set it to <On>, the player repeats playing the sample clip in
the video folder. If there is no sample clip, <Demo Mode> will not be shown.
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.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
My Name Setting
1. Select <My Info>.
2. Select <My Name>.
3. Enter your name.
ƒ[
] : The input mode switches from upper and lower
case English to numbers.
] : You can delete the characters one at a time.
ƒ[
ƒ[
] : You can insert ‘–‘.
ƒ[
] : Confirm your setting.
ƒ Once you completed the name setting, you will see your name.
My Birthday Setting
ƒ Before you start - First, you should set the clock for the current time.
See page 23.
1. Select <My Info>.
2. Select <My Birthday>.
3. Set each <Year>, <Month>, <Date>.
4. Tap [
].
ƒ Once you completed the birth date setting, you will be
reminded of your birthday.
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CHANGING THE SETTINGS AND PREFERENCES (Continued)
User Button Mode Setting
You can access the function directly with the [
button in each mode.
]
1. Select <User Button Mode>.
ƒ You can check the function of the user button in each
mode.
ƒ In the Music mode, you can set one of 3 music options
].
as a user button by tapping [
ƒ The user button function in each mode
Mode
<Music>
Option
Function
Repeat A-B
This function enables you to listen to specific
parts of a track repeatedly.
Tap [
] button once to set the beginning
of the section while listening to music and tap
it once again to set the ending of the section.
Skip Back
You can skip 10sec back in the current music
file.
Add to
Playlist
<Videos>
<Pictures>
<Texts>
<FM Radio>
NOTE
Skip Back
Zoom
Font Size
Add to
Preset
You can add the current music track to the
playlist.
You can skip 10sec back in the current video
file.
You can zoom in on a picture.
You can set a font size in the text screen.
You can store or delete the preset frequency
while listening to FM radio.
ƒ The skip back interval may differ from the actual interval, depending on the file.
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EmoDio
EmoDio is a software application provided for this MP3 player for various
content-related services as well as device support.
ƒ Before you start - Follow the quick start guide to install EmoDio.
Connect the player to your PC.
<EmoDio> will automatically start when the player is connected
to your PC.
If the program does not start automatically, double-click the
on the desktop.
<EmoDio> icon
PC REQUIREMENTS
Your PC system must meet the following minimum specifications in order to
install and run EmoDio:
•
•
•
•
•
Pentium 500MHz or higher
USB Port 2.0
Windows 2000/XP/Vista
DirectX 9.0 or higher
300MB of free hard disc space
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•
•
•
•
CD Rom Drive (2X or higher)
Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher
Resolution 1024 X 768 or higher
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
512 MB RAM or higher
USING EMODIO
EmoDio is the easy-to-use software application that helps you organize your
files on your PC. With your files already sorted and organized in EmoDio, you
can quickly transfer them to your MP3 player without searching your entire hard
drive for the right file.
“EmoDio” file transfer is the easiest way to get files from your PC to your
MP3 player.
With “EmoDio”, you can create your own collection, or album, of audio
files.
You can transfer blog information and files registered on RSS to the player
for your entertainment.
It’s an online community service for EmoDio.com users. It provides simple
and easy upload / download of content produced by using EmoDio and
ways to share your stories with other users in the community.
NOTE
ƒ For further information on <EmoDio>, click <MENU> ĺ <Help> ĺ <Help> on the
top of the <EmoDio> program.
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USING EMODIO (Continued)
CAUTION
ƒ Do not disconnect the USB cable during file transfer. Disconnecting during transfer
may damage the player or your PC.
ƒ To avoid an unstable connection, connect the player to the computer directly rather
than through a USB hub.
ƒ All functions on the player are disabled during the PC connection.
NOTE
ƒ Use FAT 32 for the file system when formatting the player on your PC.
In Windows Vista, click Restore device defaults and format it.
ƒ If you connect the USB cable to the PC and the player’s battery charge is low, the
player will be charged for several minutes before connecting to the PC.
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.
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USING AS A REMOVABLE DISK
You can use the player as a removable storage device.
ƒ Before you start - Connect the player to your PC.
1. Open files/folders to transfer from your PC.
2. Open <My Computer> <Q2> from the
desktop.
3. Select the files/folders to transfer from your
PC and drag-and-drop them to a folder of
your choice in the <Q2>.
ƒ The selected folders or files are transferred to the player.
CAUTION
ƒ The file transfer message will appear during file download or upload.
Disconnecting the USB cable while the message is displayed may cause a player
malfunction.
ƒ The order of music files displayed in your PC may differ from the play order on your
player.
ƒ If you transfer a DRM (Digital Rights Management) file to the player, the file will not
be played.
ƒ Video files should be transferred to the player using <EmoDio>.
NOTE
ƒ What is DRM?
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a technology and service to prevent the illegal
use of digital contents and protect the profit and rights of copyright holders. DRM
files are music files applied with the illegal copy protection technology of legally
purchased MP3 music.
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DISCONNECTING FROM YOUR PC
Follow the steps below to prevent damage to the player and data when
disconnecting from your PC.
1. Place the mouse cursor on top of the
icon on the taskbar at the bottom right
corner of the desktop and click the left
mouse button.
1
2. Click the <Safely Remove USB Mass
Storage Device Drive> message.
3. Disconnect the player from your PC.
2
CAUTION
ƒ Do not disconnect the player from the PC during file transfer. This may cause
damage to data and the player.
ƒ You cannot safely disconnect the player while files within the player are being
played on your PC. Please retry after file playback is finished.
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listening to music
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the
battery.
LISTENING BY CATEGORY
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired item in the music list.
3. Select a music file to play.
ƒ The music will start playing.
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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. Tap [ ] to select a <List Type>. Select <Album Art> to view
both the album cover image and the album title simultaneously or select <List>
to view only the album title.
ƒ Songs: To play in numeric or alphabetical order.
ƒ Genres: To play by genre.
ƒ Playlists: To play by Playlist.
ƒ Recently Added: Shows 3 lists of recently added files by date.
ƒ Most Played(50): Shows the top 50 files in the order of the most played.
ƒ Recorded Files: Shows all recorded files.
ƒ Music Browser: Shows all the music files stored in the Music Folder.
ƒ MP3, WMA, Ogg and FLAC music files are compatible with the player.
NOTE
ƒ Disconnecting the earphones during music playback will pause the playback.
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.
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MUSIC PLAYBACK DISPLAY
9
10
1
1
Lock Indicator
2
2
Current Time
3
3
Battery Status
4
Current track playing /
Total number of tracks Indicator
5
Play Speed Indicator
6
Music Play Screen
7
Music Title
8
Total Play Time
11
4
12
5
13
6
7
14
15
9
Play/Pause/Search Indicator
10
Music Mode Indicator
8
11
Parent Menu Indicator
12
Play Mode Indicator
13
DNSe Mode Indicator
14
Play Status Bar
15
Current Play Time
ƒ The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen may differ.
NOTE
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TOUCH BUTTONS FOR PLAYBACK CONTROL
[Left] button
Tap once 3 seconds after the current file started playing to play
the beginning of the current file.
Tap twice 3 seconds after the current file started playing to play
the previous file.
Press and hold to move backwards in the current file.
Tap to pause during playback.
Tap to resume playing.
[Right] button
Tap to play the next file.
Press and hold to move forwards in the current file.
[Up] button
[Down] button
Tap to increase/ reduce the volume.
NOTE
ƒ When playing VBR files, the [Left] button function shown above may not operate
properly.
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CREATING A PLAYLIST ON YOUR MP3 PLAYER
If you’ve already downloaded files to your MP3 player, you can create a
“Favorites” playlist without EmoDio or your PC.
To delete a Playlist
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Playlists>.
3. Select a desired playlist and tap [
].
4. Select <Delete Playlist>.
ƒ The selected playlist will be deleted.
To edit the Playlist Name
Follow steps 1-3 above.
4. Select <Edit Playlist Name>.
5. Enter your playlist name.
ƒ[
ƒ[
] : The input mode switches from upper and lower
case English to numbers.
] : You can delete the characters one at a time.
ƒ[
] : You can insert ‘-’.
ƒ[
] : Confirm your setting.
ƒ The playlist name will be changed.
NOTE
ƒ If the player has only one playlist, it won't be deleted.
ƒ You can not delete and edit the playlist that is not created on the player.
listening to music _ 37
CREATING A PLAYLIST ON YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
To add a new Playlist
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Playlists> and tap [
].
3. Select <Add New Playlist>.
4. Enter your playlist name.
ƒ[
ƒ[
ƒ[
] : The input mode switches from upper and lower
case English to numbers.
] : You can delete the characters one at a time.
] : You can insert ‘-’.
] : Confirm your setting.
ƒ[
ƒ A new playlist will be added.
NOTE
ƒ You can add 4 additional playlists on your player besides the default
Playlist1.
ƒ For information on how to create a playlist in <EmoDio> and transfer it to
the player, refer to <EmoDio>.
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CREATING A PLAYLIST ON YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
To add a file to the Playlist
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Music Browser>.
3. Select a music file to add and tap [
].
4. Select <Add to Playlist>.
5. Select a playlist to add the selected file.
ƒ The selected file will be added to the playlist.
ƒ You can add up to 200 music files to each playlist.
NOTE
To play a file in the Playlist
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Playlists>.
3. Select a desired playlist.
4. Select a music file to play.
ƒ The music file will start playing.
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CREATING A PLAYLIST ON YOUR MP3 PLAYER (Continued)
To delete a file from a Playlist
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Playlists>.
3. Select a desired playlist.
4. Select a file to delete and tap [
].
5. Select <Delete from Playlist>.
ƒ The selected file is deleted from the playlist.
To delete all files from a Playlist
Follow steps 1-3 above.
4. Tap [
].
5. Select <Delete All from Playlist>.
ƒ All files are deleted from the playlist.
ƒ The selected file in the playlist cannot be deleted while it's playing back.
NOTE
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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 select the sound effect for your favorite music files.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Sound Effect>.
3. Select a desired sound effect.
Sound Effect Options
ƒ Street Mode : Allows you to hear the music outdoors clearly by filtering out
some of the street noise. Select from 0~2.
ƒ Audio Upscaler : This function upscales audio so it sounds closer to its original
condition. The Audio Upscaler only functions with music files of low quality.
Select either <Off> or <On>.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set the Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe)
Select the right sound for each music genre.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <DNSe>.
3. Select a desired DNSe.
ƒ Select from <Auto>, <Normal>, <Studio>, <Rock>,
<Classical>, <Jazz>, <Ballad>, <Club>, <R&B>,
<Dance>, <Café>, <Concert>, <Church> and
<myDNSe>.
ƒ <Auto> will automatically select the corresponding DNSe
according to genre and other mood information set by EmoDio.
ƒ Selecting <myDNSe> enables you to make and save different user DNSe
settings. See page 43.
NOTE
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.
ƒ The DNSe will be set only if the play speed set to <Normal>.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To select user DNSe
You can set 3 different user DNSe on the player or up to 97 in the
EmoDio software for transfer to the player. This enables you to make and
save many different DNSe settings to enhance various types of music.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <DNSe>.
3. Select <myDNSe>.
4. Select the desired User DNSe and tap [Right]
button.
ƒ You can set the user DNSe options.
5. Set the options you prefer and tap [
].
ƒ The set user DNSe is selected.
ƒ <User 1> ~ <User 3> in myDNSe is available on your player. You can also
use EmoDio to create and download other user DNSe to your player.
User DNSe Options
You can set <EQ>, <3D&BASS>, <Concert Hall> and <Clarity> when you
have selected <myDNSe>.
ƒ EQ: You can adjust individual frequencies to set the sound to your preference.
You can select from –10 to +10 for the frequency’s level.
ƒ 3D&BASS: Sets 3D sound effect and bass enhancement. You can select from
<0-4> for the <3D> and <BASS>.
ƒ Concert Hall: You can adjust the concert hall size and the level as if you are
listening to music in a real concert hall. You can select from <0-3> for the <Size>
and <Level>.
ƒ Clarity: You can enjoy clearer sound with improved quality. You can select from
<0-2>.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To select user DNSe (Continued)
NOTE
ƒ For further information on setting a User DNSe using <EmoDio>, refer to
<EmoDio> help.
To set the play mode
Select the playback mode from the options below.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Play Mode>.
3. Select a desired play mode.
Play Mode Options
ƒ Normal: Plays all files of the current music list in order
one time.
ƒ Repeat: Repeats playing all files in the current music list.
ƒ Repeat One: Repeats playing one file.
ƒ Shuffle: Repeats playing all files of the current music list
at random.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To select the music play screen
Choose a background image from those provided to be displayed as
you listen to music.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Music Play Screen>.
3. Select a desired music play screen.
Music Play Screen Options
ƒ Select from <Album Art>, <Auto>, <Passionate>, <Sweet>, <Calm>, <Exciting>,
<Reflection> and <Album Info.>.
ƒ Album Art : The album cover image displays if it is included in the ID3 Tag
information of the music file.
Album cover images less than 2MB size are supported.
ƒ Auto : Music playback screen appears according to genre and other mood
information set by EmoDio.
ƒ Album Info. : Information on the artist name, album and genre is displayed if
ID3 Tag information is stored on the music file.
NOTE
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.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set the play speed
Speed up or slow down your favorite music by adjusting the play speed.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Play Speed>.
3. Select a desired play speed.
ƒ Select from <Slow 3>, <Slow 2>, <Slow 1>, <Normal>,
<Fast 1>, <Fast 2>, <Fast 3>.
To set the skip interval
You can fast forward through a file at various intervals. Skip a whole
track or skip several seconds at a time.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Skip Interval>.
3. Select a desired skip interval.
ƒ Select from <1 Song>, <5sec>, <10sec>, <30sec> and
<1min>.
NOTE
ƒ If the file was developed with a variable bit rate(VBR) or Ogg file, the
actual length of the skip interval may not be exactly what you select.
46 _ listening to music
USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To add a file to the Playlist
You can add the current music track to a desired playlist.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Add to Playlist>.
3. Select a desired playlist and tap [
].
ƒ The current track will be added to the playlist.
ƒ You can check the playlist in <Music> ĺ <Playlists> in
the main menu.
NOTE
ƒ If the current track has been already added to all of the playlist
<Add to Playlist> will not be selected.
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USING THE MUSIC MENU (Continued)
To set Section Repeat
This function enables you to listen to specific parts of a track repeatedly.
It’s helpful when learning a language.
1. Tap [
] while listening to music.
2. Select <Repeat A-B Mode>.
3. Tap [
] at the beginning of the section you want
to repeat.
ƒ The starting point is set and < > mark will appear on
the play status bar.
4. Tap [
] again to set the ending of the section
you want to repeat.
ƒ < > mark will appear on the play status bar and the specified section starts to
play repeatedly.
To cancel Section Repeat
Tap [
] during Section Repeat.
ƒ Section Repeat will be canceled.
NOTE
ƒ Section Repeat will be automatically canceled in the following circumstances.
- The starting point of the section repeat is set but the ending point is not set
until after the current track ends.
- The end point is set for less than 3 seconds of playback after the start
point.
48 _ listening to music
watching a video
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the
battery.
WATCHING A VIDEO
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a video file to play.
ƒ The selected video file starts to play horizontally.
NOTE
ƒ When transferring a video file to the player using <EmoDio>, it is automatically
converted into SVI format before transfer.
The file size is automatically adjusted, too. For more information, refer to <EmoDio>.
watching a video _ 49
VIDEO PLAYBACK DISPLAY
6
1
7
2
8
3
4
5
9
1
Current Time
6
Lock Indicator
2
Battery Status
7
Play/Pause/Search Indicator
3
File Name
8
Video Mode Indicator
4
Play Status Bar
9
Current Play Time
5
Total Play Time
ƒ The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen may differ.
NOTE
50 _ watching a video
TOUCH BUTTONS FOR PLAYBACK CONTROL
[Up, Down] button
[Left, Right] button
[Left] button
Tap once 3 seconds after the current file started playing to play
the beginning of the current file.
Tap twice 3 seconds after the current file started playing to play
the previous file.
Press and hold to move backwards in the current file.
Tap to pause during playback.
Tap to resume playing.
[Right] button
Tap to play the next file.
Press and hold to move forwards in the current file.
[Up] button
[Down] button
Tap to increase/ reduce the volume.
watching a video _ 51
WATCHING A BOOKMARKED FILE
The point where video file playback was last stopped is automatically bookmarked.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ You can see the coloured bookmark file in the video file list.
2. Select a desired bookmark file.
ƒ You can watch the video file from the point the file is last played.
ƒ Up to 10 bookmarks can be set.
NOTE
USING THE VIDEO MENU
To adjust the brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the video screen.
1. Tap [
] during video playback.
2. Select <Brightness>.
3. Select a desired brightness.
ƒ Select a level from <0-10>.
ƒ The brightness adjustment menu can only be adjusted in the video screen.
NOTE
52 _ watching a video
USING THE VIDEO MENU (Continued)
To set the Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe)
Select the right sound for each video genre.
1. Tap [
] during video playback.
2. Select <DNSe>.
3. Select a desired DNSe.
ƒ Select from <Normal>, <Drama> and <Action>.
NOTE
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.
To set the auto skip
You can automatically forward through a file at a faster speed without
sound.
] during video playback.
1. Tap [
2. Select <Auto Skip>.
3. Select a desired auto skip.
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
ƒ
<Fast Skip 1> : Skip about 4 seconds at a time.
<Fast Skip 2> : Skip about 8 seconds at a time.
<Fast Skip 3> : Skip about 16 seconds at a time.
<Fast Skip 4> : Skip about 32 seconds at a time.
ƒ The actual skip interval may not be exactly what you select, depending on the file.
NOTE
To cancel the auto skip
Tap [
] during the auto skip.
ƒ The auto skip will be canceled.
watching a video _ 53
viewing pictures
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the
battery.
VIEWING PICTURES
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired picture file.
ƒ The selected picture will be displayed.
[Up, Down] button
To move to the previous/
next picture
In horizontal view, tap the [Left, Right]
button.
ƒ The previous/next picture will be
displayed.
ƒ[
NOTE
[Left, Right] button
<In horizontal view>
] will be displayed if the picture files have the wrong thumbnail information.
ƒ Some pictures may load slowly.
ƒ When transferring a picture to the player using <EmoDio>, it is automatically
converted into JPG format before transfer. The file size is automatically adjusted, too.
For more information, refer to <EmoDio>.
54 _ viewing pictures
PICTURE DISPLAY
Picture Preview Screen
5
1
1
Parent Menu Indicator
6
2
2
Current Time
3
Battery Status
4
Current file /
Total number of files Indicator
5
Lock Indicator
6
Music Play Status
7
Picture Mode Indicator
8
File Name
9
Thumbnail Images
7
8
3
4
9
ƒ The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen may differ.
NOTE
viewing pictures _ 55
USING THE PICTURE MENU
To view pictures while listening to music or FM radio
You can enjoy music or FM radio while viewing pictures.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a picture.
2. Select <Music On> or <FM Radio On>.
ƒ Each tap of the <Music On> or <FM Radio On>
toggles between sound on/off.
To watch a slideshow
1. Tap [
] while viewing a picture.
2. Select <Start Slideshow>.
ƒ You will see [
] on the screen and then the
player will start the slideshow.
56 _ viewing pictures
USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To stop the slideshow
1. Tap [
] in the slideshow mode.
2. Select <Stop Slideshow>.
ƒ This will stop the slideshow.
ƒ You can also stop a slideshow by tapping [
] in the slideshow mode.
NOTE
To set the slideshow speed
1. Tap [
] while viewing a picture.
2. Select <Slideshow Speed>.
3. Select a desired speed.
ƒ Select from <Fast>, <Normal>, and <Slow>.
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USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To enlarge a picture
You can zoom in on a picture.
] while viewing a picture.
1. Tap [
2. Select <Zoom>.
3. Select a desired zoom factor.
ƒ Select from <100%>, <200%> and <400%>.
4. Tap the [Up, Down, Left, Right] button to
move to the portion of the picture to magnify.
To cancel the zooming
Tap [
] while a picture is zoomed.
ƒ The bigger a picture size is, the longer it takes to zoom.
NOTE
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USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To rotate a picture
You can rotate a picture for your convenience.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a picture.
2. Select <Rotate>.
3. Select a desired angle.
ƒ Select from <Left 90°>, <Right 90°> and <180°>.
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USING THE PICTURE MENU (Continued)
To set a picture as a background image
You can set a desired picture as a background image for the display
window.
1. Select a picture file to set as a background
].
image and tap [
2. Select <Select as My Skin> ĺ <Yes>.
ƒ The selected picture will be set to the background
image.
To change the transition effect
You can set the transition effect for the way the current picture switches
to the previous or next one.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a picture.
2. Select <Transition Effect>.
3. Select a desired transition effect.
ƒ Select from <Off>, <Auto>, <Fade>, <Checkers>,
<Push>, <Flip> and <Iris>.
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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!
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the
battery. Set a preferred text language for text. See page 65.
READING TEXT
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired text file.
ƒ You will see the text on the screen.
] to display in full screen.
ƒ Press and hold [
To return to the previous screen, press and hold [
] again.
To move to the previous/next page
Tap the [Left, Right] button.
ƒ Press and hold the [Left, Right] button to move continuously to the previous /
next page.
ƒ Your MP3 player supports the TXT file format in Text mode.
NOTE
reading text _ 61
READING A BOOKMARKED FILE
The point where text file playback was last stopped is automatically bookmarked.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ You can see the coloured bookmark file in the text file list.
2. Select a desired bookmark file.
ƒ You can read the text file from the point the file is last played.
ƒ Up to 10 bookmarks can be set.
NOTE
USING THE TEXT MENU
To read text while listening to music or FM radio
You can enjoy music or FM radio while reading texts.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <Music On> or <FM Radio On>.
ƒ Each select of the <Music On> or <FM Radio On>
toggles between sound on or off.
62 _ reading text
USING THE TEXT MENU (Continued)
To move to the first page
Use this if you want to view the text from the first page.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <Go to 1st Page> ĺ <Yes>.
ƒ Moves to the first page of the text file.
To change the font size
You can change the font size of the text.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <Font Size>.
3. Select a desired font size.
ƒ Select from <Small>, <Medium> and <Large>.
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USING THE TEXT MENU (Continued)
To set the text viewer colour
Choose what colour you’d like the text to appear.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <Text Viewer Color>.
3. Select a desired text viewer colour.
ƒ Select from <Type 1> to <Type 6>.
To set the text view mode
You can view text horizontally or vertically.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <View Mode>.
3. Select a desired view mode.
ƒ Select either <Vertical> or <Horizontal>.
ƒ Select <Vertical> to view the text vertically and select
<Horizontal> to rotate the text horizontally.
64 _ reading text
USING THE TEXT MENU (Continued)
To set a text language
You can select a language for viewing text.
1. Tap [
] while viewing a text.
2. Select <Text Language>.
ƒ <English>, <Korean>, <French>, <German>, <Italian>,
<Japanese>, <Chinese(S)>, <Chinese(T)>, <Spanish>,
<Russian>, <Hungarian>, <Dutch>, <Polish>,
<Portuguese>, <Swedish>, <Thai>, <Finnish>,
<Danish>, <Norwegian>, <Afrikaans>, <Basque>,
<Catalan>, <Czech>, <Estonian>, <Greek>, <Hrvatski>,
<Icelandic>, <Romanian>, <Slovak>, <Slovene>,
<Turkish>, <Vietnamese>.
3. Select a desired language.
ƒ You can view text in the selected language.
ƒ The supported languages can be changed or added.
NOTE
reading text _ 65
listening to FM radio
ƒ Before you start - Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the battery.
LISTENING TO FM RADIO
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
ƒ FM radio reception will start.
To use the Mute function
Tap [
] while listening to FM Radio
ƒ Tap [
NOTE
] once again to resume listening.
ƒ Always connect your earphones to the player when searching or setting frequencies
and listening to FM Radio. The earphones serve as antennas to receive FM radio
reception.
ƒ In poor reception areas, the player may not find an available FM frequency.
66 _ listening to FM radio
FM RADIO DISPLAY
5
6
7
8
1
1
Current Time
2
2
Battery Status
3
Mute Indicator
4
Frequency Location
Indicator
5
Lock Indicator
6
Radio Mode Indicator
3
4
7
8
Manual/Preset Mode
Indicator
Current Frequency(MHz)
Indicator
ƒ The screen pictures are for illustration purposes only. The actual screen may differ.
NOTE
listening to FM radio _ 67
USING THE FM RADIO MENU
To search for FM stations
Press and hold the [Left, Right] button and then
release in Manual mode.
ƒ The search will stop at the frequency nearest from the
point the button is released.
OR,
Tap the [Left, Right] button to progress through the
frequencies one by one in Manual mode.
ƒ Moves to frequencies whenever the button is pressed.
68 _ listening to FM radio
USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To switch to Preset Mode
Select this mode if you want to search through your saved FM presets
one preset at a time.
1. Tap [
] in Manual mode.
2. Select <Go to Preset Mode>.
NOTE
ƒ If no preset frequencies are set, the player will not
switch to Preset mode.
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 [
] in Preset mode.
2. Select <Go to Manual Mode>.
listening to FM radio _ 69
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 button.
Manual - choose only the stations you want to store
1. Select a frequency to preset in Manual mode and
tap [
].
2. Select <Add to Preset>.
ƒ The selected frequency will be added to the preset list.
Automatic – automatically store all the stations
the player receives
1. Tap [
] in FM Radio mode.
2. Select <Auto Preset> ĺ <Yes>.
To cancel Auto Preset
If you want to cancel the auto preset, tap [
].
ƒ The auto preset setting is cancelled, and only frequencies set up to that point
are stored.
70 _ listening to FM radio
USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To listen to preset stations
Tap the [Left, Right] button in Preset mode.
ƒ You can listen to the stored radio frequency.
To delete a preset
Follow the steps below to delete frequencies while listening to FM radio.
1. Search for a preset frequency to delete in Preset
mode and tap [
].
2. Select <Delete from Preset>.
ƒ The selected frequency will be deleted.
listening to FM radio _ 71
USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To record FM Radio broadcasting
You can record an FM radio program at any time while listening to the radio.
1. Select a frequency to record in FM Radio mode
].
and tap [
2. Select <Start Recording>.
ƒ The player starts recording.
NOTE
ƒ You can also record FM radio by pressing and holding
] button in FM Radio mode.
the [
To stop recording
1. Tap [
] during the recording.
ƒ A message appears asking you if you want to listen to
the file you just recorded.
2. Select <Yes> or <No>.
ƒ Selecting <Yes> will play the just recorded file.
ƒ Selecting <No> will not play the recorded file.
NOTE
ƒ The recorded file is saved in MP3 format.
ƒ The recorded file is stored in <File Browser> ĺ
<Recorded Files> ĺ <FM Radio>.
ƒ Each recording file can be as long as 8 hours.
ƒ You can make a recording for up to approximately 17 hours
(based on 128Kbps, 1GB)
ƒ You can store a maximum of 999 files for FM radio recording.
72 _ listening to FM radio
USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To set the FM recording quality
You can select the recording quality for FM radio.
1. Tap [
] in FM Radio mode.
2. Select <REC Quality>.
3. Select a desired recording quality.
ƒ Select from <Super High(128kbps)>, <High(96kbps)>,
<Normal(64kbps)>.
ƒ The better the quality, the bigger the file.
To set the FM reception
To receive more or fewer FM radio frequencies, adjust the <FM Reception>.
1. Tap [
] in FM Radio mode.
2. Select <FM Reception>.
3. Select a desired reception.
ƒ Select from <High>, <Middle> and <Low>.
ƒ If you select <High>, more frequencies will be received.
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USING THE FM RADIO MENU (Continued)
To set the FM region
You can change an FM region setting in preparation for overseas travel.
1. Tap [
] in FM Radio mode.
2. Select <FM Region>.
3. Select a desired FM region.
ƒ Frequency range by region
Worldwide
USA
Korea
Japan
Search for FM frequencies in 50 kHz
increments between 87.50 MHz~108.00 MHz.
Search for FM frequencies in 100 kHz
increments between 87.5 MHz~108.0 MHz.
Search for FM frequencies in 100 kHz
increments between 76.0 MHz~108.0 MHz.
4. Select <Yes> or <No>.
ƒ Select <Yes> to start the auto preset setting of the selected region and select
<No> to change only the region.
NOTE
ƒ Your previously stored radio frequencies will be deleted when you change
the <FM Region> on your player.
ƒ FM region can be deleted or changed according to the target region of the
player.
74 _ listening to FM radio
viewing 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 - Transfer a desired channel post to the player using <EmoDio>.
Connect the earphones, then turn on the player, and check the
battery.
VIEWING DATACASTS
You can view channel posts added to <Datacasts>.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select a desired channel title.
ƒ
icon : music file
ƒ
icon : video file
ƒ
icon : picture file
ƒ
icon : text file
3. Select a desired file.
ƒ The selected file will start playing.
ƒ Refer to the <Datacasts> of <EmoDio> for detailed instructions.
NOTE
viewing datacasts _ 75
enjoying the prime pack
VOICE RECORDING
You can make a voice recording.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen.
2. Select <Voice REC>.
3. Tap [
].
ƒ The player starts recording.
NOTE
CAUTION
ƒ You can also record by pressing and holding
the [
] button.
ƒ Do not put the microphone too close to or far away
from your mouth as it may cause a poor recording.
ƒ Voice recording does not perform properly when the battery is low.
To stop voice recording
1. Tap [
] during the recording.
ƒ A message appears asking you if you want to listen to
the file you just recorded.
2. Select <Yes> or <No>.
ƒ Selecting <Yes> will play the just recorded file.
ƒ Selecting <No> will not play the recorded file.
ƒ The recorded file is saved in MP3 format.
ƒ The recorded file is stored in <File Browser> ĺ
<Recorded Files> ĺ <Voice>.
ƒ Each recording file can be as long as 8 hours.
ƒ You can make a recording for up to approximately 17 hours
(based on 128Kbps, 1GB)
ƒ You can store a maximum of 999 files for voice recording.
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NOTE
VOICE RECORDING (Continued)
To set Voice Recording Quality
You can select the voice recording quality.
1. Tap [
] in voice record mode.
2. Select <Voice REC Quality>.
3. Select a desired recording quality.
ƒ Select from <Super High(128kbps)>, <High(96kbps)>,
<Normal(64kbps)>.
ƒ The better the quality, the bigger the file.
To check the Recorded File
You can play the recorded file.
1. Tap [
] in voice record mode.
2. Select <Recorded Files>.
3. Select a desired voice recording file.
ƒ The recorded file will start playing.
enjoying the prime pack_ 77
PLAYING VIDEO GAMES
Your MP3 player comes with the exciting games already loaded on!
ƒ Before you start - Turn on the player, and check the battery.
1. Select the
icon on the main menu screen
2. Select <Games>.
3. Select a desired game.
ƒ Games may be added or changed without notice.
NOTE
ƒ For more information, see the help section of the appropriate
game.
Bubble Smile
You have to gain as many scores as possible by changing the order of
three bubbles to fit them horizontally or diagonally.
Tap the [Up, Down, Left, Right] button to move the
combination of three bubbles.
Tap [
] to change the order of bubbles clockwise.
] to change the order of bubbles counterTap [
clockwise.
You will gain scores only if at least three bubbles are
connected together.
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PLAYING VIDEO GAMES (Continued)
BOMB BOMB
This is a brain game where you change the order of three blocks to
match the colour of the hammer-imaged block with that of stacked ones.
Tap the [Left, Right] button to move the blocks to
the left or right.
Tap the [Up] button to change the position of the
blocks horizontally or vertically.
Tap the [Down] button to drop the blocks.
Chicken Runaway
This is a game where you move the hen and the chickens chasing it to
the left or right. Also, balls fall from the sky and need to be avoided to
keep the hen safe as long as possible.
Tap the [Left, Right] button to move the hen to the
left or right.
enjoying the prime pack_ 79
troubleshooting
If you have a problem with your new MP3 player, check for a solution in
this list. If the problem persists, contact your local Samsung Customer
Service Centre.
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 HOLD function is set to lock all
button operations.
• 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 Time> is selected from
<Settings> ĺ <Display>, the screen display
can be turned off. Tap any button and see if it
turns on.
Power is turning off.
• 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.
Turn on the Player.
80 _ troubleshooting
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Battery life differs from
what is stated in the
manual.
• The battery life can vary depending on the
sound mode and display settings.
• Battery life may be shortened when the player
is left for extended periods in low or high
temperatures.
EmoDio 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.
• Run Windows Update on your PC. Select Key
Updates and Service Packs, then update all.
Reboot your PC and reconnect.
The file transfer rate is
too slow.
• If you have formatted the player on Windows 2000,
the file transfer can be delayed. Format the player
on Windows XP or Vista and try again.
• If you are running multiple programs including
<EmoDio> 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.
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.
troubleshooting _ 81
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
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. 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 and update the library
manually.
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 EmoDio
again.
82 _ 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
Music
Videos
Pictures
Texts
FM Radio
Sound
Effect
Brightness
Music
On/Off
Music
On/Off
Go to Preset
Mode /
Go to Manual
Mode
DNSe
DNSe
FM Radio
On/Off
FM Radio
On/Off
Add to Preset /
Delete from
Preset
Play Mode
Auto Skip
Start
Slideshow /
Stop
Slideshow
Go to 1st
Page
Auto Preset
Font Size
Start
Recording
Music Play
Screen
Slideshow
Speed
Prime Pack
File Browser
Settings
Voice REC
Sound
Games
Display
Language
Date&Time
Play
Speed
Zoom
Text Viewer
REC Quality
Color
Skip
Interval
Rotate
View Mode FM Reception
Add to
Playlist
Select as
My Skin
Repeat
A-B Mode
Transition
Effect
Text
Language
Datacasts
System
FM Region
appendix _ 83
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Model Name
YP-Q2
Rating
DC 5.0V/ 500mA
Built-in Battery Power
580 mAh/ DC 3.7V
File Compatibility
AUDIO : MPEG1 Layer3 (32kbps ~ 320kbps,
32kHz ~ 48kHz),
MPEG2 Layer3 (8kbps ~ 160kbps,
16kHz ~ 24kHz),
MPEG2.5 Layer3 (8kbps ~ 160kbps,
8kHz ~ 12kHz),
WMA(8kbps ~ 320kbps, 8kHz ~ 48kHz)
Ogg(Q0~Q10), FLAC(Free Lossless
Audio Codec)
VIDEO : SVI (Video : MPEG4,
Audio : MP3(44.1kHz, 128kbps)),
WMV(WMV9 Simple Profile,
Max bitrate : 860kbps, WMA Audio Spec),
Resolution : 320X240, Frame Rate : 30fps
IMAGE : JPEG(Baseline) under 5MB
Supported Number of
Folders/Files
Folder : Max. 1000 / File: Max. 6000
(Including Folder)
Earphone Output
20mW/Ch. (based on 16ȍ)
Output Frequency Range
40Hz~20kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio
90 dB (With 20kHz filter)
Play Time
Music : Max. 50 hours (MP3 128kbps, Volume: 15,
Normal Sound Mode, LCD Off)
Video : Max. 4 hours (Brightness: 5, Volume: 15,
Normal Sound Mode, LCD Off)
Temperature Range for Operation
-5~35°C (23~95°F)
84 _ appendix
Case
Plastic
Weight
58g
Dimensions (WxHxD)
49 X 101 X 9.9 mm
FM Radio
87.5~108.0MHz
FM Frequency
FM Signal to
Noise Ratio
55 dB
FM T.H.D
FM Useable
Sensitiivity
1%
38dB—
The contents of this Manual are subject to change without prior notice for further
improvement.
appendix _ 85
LICENSE
The product player 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 player other than this product player
and the license does not extend to any unlicensed product player or process
conforming to ISO/IEC 11172-3 or ISO/IEC 13818-3 used or sold in combination
with this product player. The license only covers the use of this product player
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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