Samsung YP-F2 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung YP-F2

Device: Samsung YP-F2
Size: 3,34 MB
Date of adding : 2013-06-06 13:55:19
Number of pages: 62
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Read this manual carefully to ensure proper use of the product For Your Safety and to avoid any danger or physical damage. Failing to heed the product instructions may cause serious injury. WARNING Product Use Improper use can result in explosion, To avoid your hearing damage fire or electric shock. Using the earphone or headphone for an extended Do not disassemble, repair time can cause a serious damage to your hearing. or modify this product on If you are exposed to a sound in higher than 8

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Failure to follow all instructions lead to physical injuries or damage to the product. CAUTION Product Use Take care to avoid product malfunc- Avoid malfunction tion and physical damage. Do not cause excessive impact on the product by When wearing the prod- dropping it. Do not place uct around your neck, heavy objects on top of the take care not to exert product. excessive force on the neck string. Prevent any foreign particles or dust from entering into the product. Management of Important D

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Contents Safety Precautions ....................................2 Chapter 2. Importing Music Files Contents ......................................................4 Importing Music Files ..............................18 Transferring Music Files ............................18 Chapter 1. Preparation Installing Media Studio ..............................19 Connecting to your PC ..............................21 Checking the Product and Adding Files/Folders in Media Studio........22 Accessories ....

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Chapter 6. Appendix Chapter 4. Settings Settings.......................................................40 Menu Tree...................................................53 Setting Music .............................................40 Manual USB Driver Installation..............54 Setting Time...............................................42 Product Specifications ............................57 Setting the Display.....................................43 License.......................................

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Chapter 1. Preparation Checking the Product and Accessories .................................................7 Checking the Accessories ...........................7 Components ................................................8 Screen Display Information .......................10 Button Functions .......................................11 Charging the battery ...............................12 Basic Use ...................................................13

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Chapter 1. Preparation Checking the Product and Accessories Checking the Product and Accessories The following diagrams are a guide and may differ slightly from the actual product Checking the Accessories appearance. Player Earphones USB Cable Installation CD Belt Clip ■ Design of accessories is subject to change for the purpose of improvement, without notice. 7

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Checking the Product and Accessories Components Front, Right Side and Top Earphone Connection Port User/MENU Button Power & Play/Pause Button Screen Display Move Track/Quick Search Button 8

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Checking the Product and Accessories Chapter 1. Preparation Bottom Reset Hole USB Connection Port Volume Control Button Hold Switch Earphone Connection √ Top Earphones 9

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Checking the Product and Accessories Screen Display Information Music 1 Play/Pause/Stop indicator 2 Current Music Number/ Total Number indicator 3 Sound Mode indicator 4 Play Mode indicator 5 Remaining Battery indicator 6 Music Title indicator 7 Play Status Bar 8 Play Time indicator 10

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Chapter 1. Preparation Checking the Product and Accessories HOLD HOLD Checking the Product and Accessories Button Functions Buttons Functions and Use HOLD ■ Long press for power on & off. ■ Short press for play/pause. ■ Long press to move to the menu screen. HOLD ■ Short press to use user setting functions – Navigation Repeat AB/DNSe/ Play Speed/ Play Mode HOLD ■ Long press to quickly scan tracks. HOLD HOLD ■ Short press to move to the previous track or play the current track from th

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Fully charge the battery before using the player for the first Charging the battery time or when the it has not been used for a while. Screen Display ■ Charging... ■ Fully Charged 2 3 Open the USB cover under the player. 1 Connect the USB cable to the USB port ( ) on your PC. 2 Connect the other end of the USB cable to the Power/USB Connection Port on the 3 bottom of the player. ■ It takes about two and a half hours for a full charge although this may vary depending on the PC environment. B

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Chapter 1. Preparation Charging the battery/Basic Use Basic Use Turning the Power On & Off Turning the Power On Press and hold the [ ] button. ■ Power is turned on. Turning the Power Off Press and hold the [ ] button. ■ Power is turned off. ■ Power is automatically turned off when none of the buttons have been pressed for a preset period of time (Default: 10 seconds) in the pause mode. √ Page 42 NOTE Playing Music Press and hold the [ USER/ MENU] button to 1 move to the menu screen. Press the

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Basic Use (Continued) Volume Control Press the [ + , - ] button on the side of the player. ■ The Volume Status Bar will appear. ■ Press the [ + ] button to increase the volume or the [ – ] button to decrease it. Lock Function In Hold mode, all buttons are disabled. This function is useful when you are walking or jogging. Push the [HOLD] switch on the player in the 1 direction of the arrow. Push the [HOLD] switch in the opposite direction 2 of the arrow to release the Lock function. 14

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Chapter 1. Preparation Basic Use Searching for Files with Search easily for files using the function. Press and hold the [ USER/ MENU] button to 1 move to the menu screen. Press the [ , - ] button to select . + 2 Press the [ USER/ MENU] button. 3 ■ The folder list will appear. Press the [ , - ] button to select a folder of your choice. + 4 Use the [√√I] button to move to the file list in the 5 selected folder. ■ Use the [√√I] button to move to

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Basic Use (Continued) Reset Function If a product malfunction occurs, you can re-initialize the system by pressing the Reset hole. √ P48 Reset Hole 16

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Chapter 2. Importing Music Files Importing Music Files ..............................18 Transferring Music Files ............................18 Installing Media Studio ..............................19 Connecting to your PC ..............................21 Adding Files/Folders in Media Studio........22 Adding Files/Folders in Media Studio with Autoscan ............................................24 Transferring Files with Media Studio .........26 Using as a Removable Disk ......................

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Importing Music Files Transferring Music Files To play music files in the player, first transfer music files in MP3, WMA, Audio ASF, Ogg and other supported formats from your PC. Follow the steps below to transfer files. Transferring Music Files ■ Transfer files on your PC to the player using Media Studio √ Page 26 ■ Transfer files on your PC to the player using the “Copy” and “Paste” functions (removable disk) √ Page28 18

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Transferring Music Files/Installing Media Studio Chapter 2. Importing Music Files Importing Music Files Use Media Studio to transfer music files from Installing Media Studio your PC to the player. If Media Studio is not installed automatically CAUTION ■ Install the program on PCs running Windows 2000 or Windows XP after logging on with the Administrator account. Please refer to the PC user manual on how to log on with the Administrator account. Before you start! Insert the installation CD pr

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Importing Music Files Installing Media Studio (Continued) Click . 2 ■ Media Studio installation starts. After installation is complete, click . 3 ■ An icon is created on the desktop after installation is complete and Media Studio starts. ■ If the Autoscan Confirm window appears, refer to page 25 and customize settings. 20


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