Iriver IFP-700 Manual
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Iriver IFP-700 Hardware Guide
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Hardware Instruction Manual
Digital Audio player/ Recorder/FM Tuner Model iFP-700 Series
Thank you for your purchase. Please read this manual carefully before using your new player. www.iRiver.com www.iRiver.com
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE, RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION. Note : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
Contents GETTING STARTED LOCATING THE CONTROLS PC SOFTWARE INSTALLATION BASIC OPERATION CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
THIS MANUAL COVERS THE INSTALLATION AND USE OF THE PLAYER HARDWARE. FOR DETAILS REGARDING THE SOFTWARE OPERATION INCLUDING TRANSFERRING MUSIC TO THE PLAYER, PLEASE SEE THE SOFTWARE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
INTERNET FEATURES ABOUT POWER SUPPLY
URL : www.iRiver.com Find information on our company, products, and customer and technical support. Update your player with firmware downloads. Firmware upgrades offer support for new CODECS and deliver new product features. Consult the product FAQ. Register your iRiver product online so that our Customer Service is able to provide support as efficiently as possible. All contents contained in this manual subject to change without notice to improve ability of this player or according to changing of specification. iRiver Limited does not assume any responsibility for errors or omissions in this document or make any commitment to update the information contained herein. iRiver is a registered trademark of iRiver Limited in the Republic of Korea and /or other countries and is used under license. Microsoft Windows Media and the Windows Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and /or other countries. All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organization. All other product names may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated. 1999-2004 iRiver Limited. All rights reserved.
1-1 Getting started.
Multi-Codec Player Supports MP3, WMA, OGG and ASF formats. Firmware Upgrade Provides the latest updated features via firmware upgrade. Graphic LCD supporting Multiple Languages iFP-700 Series comes with graphic LCD which can support multiple languages (40 languages). FM Function You can easily listen to FM stations and set your favorite stations by using Auto Preset and Frequency Memory functions. 6 Preset EQ : Normal, Rock, Jazz, Classic, U Bass, Metal Xtreme EQ and Xtreme 3D Customize your own EQ with Xtreme EQ and enhance bass and surround sound with Xtreme 3D. GUI (Graphic User Interface) Menu System Simple Navigation Simple navigation makes it easy to find any song. Supports 8 levels of subfolders, 500 folders total and up to 1500 files at one time. Create your own playlists. Direct Encoding 11.025KHz ~44.1KHz, 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps Record FM Radio, Voice, or line-in from another device Voice record level is automatically controlled by AGC function. Convenient neck strap. Supports USB 2.0 (iFP-780 Supports USB 1.1 only)
ABOUT POWER SUPPLY
Inserting a battery
Getting started. 1-3
Locating the Controls
Open the battery cover.
Insert the battery. (AA 1.5V type x 1ea)
Be sure to match the + and ends of the battery with the diagram inside the battery compartment.
Front View Side View
Close the battery cover.
If the battery is worn out, Low Battery is displayed on the LCD. Insert a fresh battery.
To avoid corrosion, remove the battery if the player is not to be used for a long time. Remove dead battery immediately to avoid damage from corrosion. When corrosion occurs, wipe the battery compartment immediately with a dry cloth and insert a new battery.
(Next Track/Fast Forward)
Locating the Controls 2-1
USB Connection Port MODE/REC MEMORY/EQ A-B (Interval repeat) HOLD
STEREO Power ON/OFF / (Play/Stop)
Volume (Previous Track/Fast Reverse) Earphones
Locating the Controls 2-3
PC software installation
PLAY TIME PLAYBACK MODE HOLD BATTERY INDICATOR FOLDER NAME
PC software installation Attach the player Detach the player
VOLUME BIT RATE EQUALIZER SAMPLE RATE VISUALIZATION FILE FORMAT
THIS SECTION COVERS THE INSTALLATION FOR WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEMS ONLY. FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAC OS, PLEASE SEE THE SOFTWARE INSTRUCTION MANUAL. THIS MANUAL COVERS THE INSTALLATION AND USE OF THE PLAYER HARDWARE. FOR DETAILS REGARDING THE SOFTWARE OPERATION INCLUDING TRANSFERRING MUSIC TO THE PLAYER, PLEASE SEE THE SOFTWARE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
IRM (iRiver Rights Management) iRiver Rights Management is a digital music format. Please visit our web site for details about this music format.
IMPORTANT Please complete the steps in this section BEFORE ATTACHING YOUR PLAYER TO YOUR PC. Insert the Installation CD into the CD-ROM drive. The following screen appears after inserting the CD. If the installation doesn't automatically begin, execute the "setup.exe" file in the installation CD. The installation program will begin. The installation CD contains the following contents : - Device Driver - iRiver Music Manager - Manager Program for Mac
Note Please note that the installation screens may differ slightly from those appearing
here, as software may be of a more recent version. If your screens differ, please visit www.iRiver.com/software for an updated user guide.
the Installation CD into the CD-ROM 1 Insert Installation starts automatically. 2 Click Next after selecting the language to drive. install.
PC software installation 3-1
The player can store MP3 files or files of any type. You can upload files, other than music (MP3, WMA, OGG, ASF), to the PC using the iRiver Music Manager Program. Download latest versions of drivers and iRiver Music Manager at www.iRiver.com Please be sure your login has Administrator privileges if using Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
3 Click Next to Install iRiver Music Manager.
the folder 4 SelectNext. to Install. Click
System Requirements (Windows)
Pentium 133MHz or faster USB port Window 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP CD-ROM drive 10MB free hard disk space
after 5 Click Nextfolder.confirming the installation
Attach the player
Connecting to the PC
6 Click Install to begin the installation.
1 Connect the USB cable (provided) to the USB port of your computer.
Type A Type B Type A
PC software installation 3-3
USB cable USB port on the PC USB port on the player Type B
the player by 2 Turn on STEREO. Lift pressing the button 3 marked the protective cover in progressing. 7 Installation is after the installation is completed. Click Finish over the USB port and connect the USB cable to the player.
USB CONNECTED will appear on the LCD screen of the player.
Connect the USB cable to the PC after playback stops to avoid errors. iFP-780 supports USB 1.1 (Full speed) and iFP-790/ 795/ 799 supports USB 2.0 (High speed) version.
Installation of New Hardware
computer will automatically installing iRiver Music Manager from 1 AfterCD and connecting the player to your 2 The your new hardware. search to find the PC, "Found New Hardware" screen is displayed.
5 The installation will continue.
6 Click Finish installation of New Completed the
PC software installation 3-5
3 Select Install the software automatically (Recommended) and click Next.
4 If a "Hardware Installation" warning message appears, click "Continue
Anyway". (Windows XP) The iRiver software driver will not cause any damage to your computer.
7 Informationtoscreen is displayed on the PC. New hardware is installed successfully and ready use.
Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000 O.S do not need any other device driver installation. Install New Hardware after installing iRiver Music Manager program.
DELETING FILES ON THE PLAYER
Press NAVI/MENU button and find the desired track by pushing the VOL + or VOL or the button. button. To select the track, press the NAVI/MENU button, To move to the upper folder, push the switch. If there is no upper folder, NAVIGATION stops.
During MP3 playback, you can select the playback mode by turns by clicking the MODE/REC button.
Basic Operation 4-5
1 Stop playback.
2 Press the NAVI/MENU
the to delete 3 SelectVOLfileor VOL.by using
4 Click the MODE button. SURE? is displayed on the FILE DELETE ARE YOU
screen. Select YES by using or (VOL + or VOL -) to delete. Then click NAVI/MENU button.
Repeat Playback Shuffle Playback Intro Playback
DELETING FOLDERS ON THE PLAYER
Press and hold the MODE/REC button : You can select MP3 or FM, Voice or Line-in recording functions. (Play mode is automatically activated when MP3 is selected).
A long press of the NAVI/MENU button will enter the menu system. Scroll between menus : Push or (VOL + or VOL -). Exit : Click the PLAY/STOP button (or long pressing of NAVI/MENU button). Select Function: Press the NAVI/MENU button.
2 Press the button. 3 Select the folder to delete. NAVI/MENU
4 Click the MODE button.YOU SURE? is displayed on FOLDER DELETE ARE
the screen. Select YES by using and (VOL + or VOL -) to delete. Then press NAVI/MENU button. NOTE You can only delete an empty folder.
Operating the FM Tuner
OPERATING THE FM TUNER
the FM 1 To switch tofunction isTuner, press and hold the MODE/REC button. The current displayed.
To select STEREO/MONO
Press the STEREO/PLAY/STOP button to select Stereo/Mono.
VOICE LINE IN
The function selection graphic displays on the LCD.
Auto Scan function
Basic Operation 4-7
Push the confirm.
switch to select FM RADIO. Press the NAVI/MENU button to
To automatically locate a station press and hold NAVI/MENU button to the right or left. The player will quickly scan through each frequency and stop at the next station that can tuned in.
3 Push the NAVI/MENU switch toward
to select your desired station.
(Ex : 87.5 87.6)
To select a station saved in memory, press the NAVI/MENU button to enter PRESET or switch to the left or the right. mode then find a saved station by pushing the
(Ex : 89.1 91.9 93.1)
Memory Function (Save stations)
Memory delete function (Delete saved stations)
switch to the left or the right.
1 Select a station by pushing the 2
Push or and select the desired station.
Press 1 Select the station to be deleted at 2 button.and hold the MEMORY PRESET mode
- The next station will appear when station delete is completed. Push the MEMORY button if you also want to delete the next station.
FM Tuner reception may vary in different areas. While in PRESET mode, auto scan and auto memory functions are not available. When the player doesnt have any preset stations, EMPTY will be displayed at PRESET mode then faded out.
Basic Operation 4-9
Up to 20 stations can be saved.
To cancel Saving
will exit the memory function without saving.
Auto memory function
Press and hold the A/B MEMORY button to automatically select select stations and save them in sequential order. (Only activates while the player is not in PRESET mode) Auto memory may not work within weak transmission areas.
To turn the player off
Press and hold the PLAY/STOP button to turn the player off.
To record FM
Press the MODE/REC button during FM reception. The station will be recorded, the remaining recording time will be displayed on the LCD screen.
To pause FM recording
Press PLAY/STOP button to pause the recording process. Press PLAY/STOP button again to restart recording.
1 Press and hold the MODE/REC button.
or 2 Press-)the toorselect(VOL +mode. VOL switch Voice
To stop FM recording
Press the MODE/REC button again to stop recording. The recorded file is saved as TUNER000.REC. It is saved in the RECORD folder.
Basic Operation 4-11
button (or 3 Press the NAVI/MENUVoice recording PLAY/STOP) to go to mode. (The recorder will be in standby mode.)
the MODE/REC 4 Press recording. button again to begin
To play a recorded file
After selecting MP3 mode, select the recorded file to listen and press the PLAY/STOP button to play.
Volume can not be controlled while recording.
Recorded REC files can be converted to MP3 files using iRiver Manager. (Refer to page iRiver Music Manager Software Instruction Manual 32~34/37~39)
MONO 32KHz 32KBPS
To stop recording
Press the MODE/REC button.
Recording-External audio source
Press the PLAY/STOP button.
Recording from an external audio source
1 Connect the LINE OUT jack of the external equipment to the LINE IN jack of the player.
To pause voice recording
NOTE After stopping a recording, starting again will create a new voice file.
button during recording. button again to restart recording.
NOTE Pausing the recording will not create a new file, recording will be added to the current recording.
Basic Operation 4-13
LINE IN RECORDING MODE 2 Set MENU.(Refer to page 5-22 for in the details)
LINEIN RECORDING MODE MONO STEREO
3 Press and hold the MODE/REC button.
NOTE The recorded file is saved as VOICE000.REC in the VOICE folder. If 00:00:00 is displayed on the LCD, the players memory is full. To record, delete files and/or folders on the player to make some space available. (To delete : Refer to page 4-6, iRiver Music Manager) The player can not record when the memory is full or the battery is low. Keep the player far away enough from the source to avoid distortion in the recording.
Recorded REC files can be converted to MP3 files using iRiver Manager. (Refer to page iRiver Music Manager Software Instruction Manual 4-32~4-34)
NOTE - Select Line-In mode on the menu to use the external microphone.
Recording-external audio source
(VOL or VOL button 4 Press the selectorthe LINE-IN+mode. -) 5 Press the NAVI/MENULINE-IN (or switch to PLAY/STOP) to go to
To play a recorded file [ 1]
recording mode. (Record Standby
STEREO 44.1KHz 128KBPS
To play a recorded file [ 2]
NAVI/MENU 1 After pressing thefile using thebutton, 2 Press the PLAY/STOP button. select a recorded VOL + or VOL - switch.
Basic Operation 4-15
button 6 Press the MODE/RECstarted. and LINE-IN recording is
your external 7 Press play onnecessary) to begin equipment (if playback to be recorded. NOTE - The recorded file is saved as AUDIO000.REC, AUDIO001.REC. in sequential order. Files are saved in the RECORD folder. - Select Ext. Mic on the CONTROL linein/ext. mic menu to use the external microphone. (Refer to page 4-23) - Files recorded using an external microphone are saved as EXMIC000.REC.
5-1 5-3 5-5 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-12 5-14
SCROLL SPEED TAG INFORMATION
PLAY TIME INFORMATION
Select the current battery. The player will manage the battery indicator icon to better match the usage level.
Adjust scroll speed by 1x/2x/4x/Vertical/Horizontal. Vertical : The scroll goes up and down Horizontal : The scroll goes from the left to the right.
Convenient Functions 5-15
TAG INFORMATION PLAY TIME BATTERY SELECT
ON : Display track with ID3 tag information OFF : Display track with file name File name will be displayed by default for songs with no ID3 information.
VISUALIZATION SCROLL SPEED TAG INFORMATION
Set the current time. Push the NAVI/MENU switch toward or to select the item and toward VOL + or VOL - to set the clock. Use the or switch to adjust time.
Sleep Power Off
Automatically turns power off after a fixed time. (Time range can be set from 1 to 180 minutes by one minute increments.)
Use the or (VOL + or VOL -) button to adjust time.
Set BEEP ON/ OFF by pressing the NAVI/MENU button. Beep ON : A beep sound will play one minute before the player shuts off. OFF : No beep sound is played. Once powered off, the sleep timer will reset to 0.
OFF : The Alarm and Tuner Record functions are disabled and the player will not power on at either indicated time. ALARM : At the time indicated in the "Set Alarm" setting (see below) the player will power on and begin music playback. TUNER RECORD : At the time indicated in the "Tuner Rec. Reservation" setting (see page 5-19) the player will power on and begin recording from the selected radio station.
Convenient Functions 5-17
Set the working time of alarm. or Push the NAVI/MENU switch toward to select the item and toward VOL + or VOL - to set the alarm. SUN ~ SAT : Alarm rings in the same time of the set day repeatedly. ALL : Alarm rings in the set time every day.
Stop Power Off
Automatically turns power off at stop mode.
(Time range can be set from 1 to 60 minutes by one minute increments.)
SLEEP POWER OFF STOP POWER OFF SET TIME
Tuner Rec. Reservation
Set the time and station to be recorded. Push the NAVI/MENU switch toward or to select the item and toward VOL + or VOL - to set the recording time. SUN ~ SAT : Tuner recording is started at the same time of the set day repeatedly. ALL : Tuner recording is started at the set time every day.
OFF : Skip doesnt activate. 10 : Skip 10 tracks at time. DIRECTORY : Skip to previous or next folder. This defines the operating method of short or long or lever. click of
Convenient Functions 5-19
FF/RW Scan Speed
The fast scan speed can range from 1x/ 2x/ 4x/ 6x.
Voice Recording Mode You can adjust recording quality when recording Voice.
Bit Rate : 8Kbps~160Kbps Sampling Frequency : 11.025KHz ~44.1KHz AGC ON : When recording voice, the recording level is automatically controlled and the sound from a long distance is normally recorded. AGC OFF: AGC Control not activated. NOTE AGC :Automatic Gain Control
LINE-IN RECORDING MODE
You can adjust recording quality when recording from external equipment.
Bit Rate : 8Kbps~320Kbps Sampling Frequency : 11.025KHz ~44.1KHz
Voice Auto Detection
The voice recording mode will automatically pause during silence. This is useful for recording over a long period of time to save memory.
OFF : Voice Auto Detection is disabled. Voice Auto Detection (first slider) : Set the relative level of sound needed to activate the recorder. (Level 1-10). Record pause time (second slider) : Set the number of seconds of silence to record before pausing. (1-10 Sec)
LINE-IN RECORD VOLUME
You can adjust recording level when recording from External equipment. (You can set from 0 to 64.)
LINEIN RECORD VOLUME
Line-In, a new file will be created for each track on the CD automatically.
- OFF : Audio signal detection is disabled. - Audio signal detection time (1-5 seconds) : The amount of silence the player will use to determine when a track has ended and to start a new file.
LINE-IN RECORDING LINEIN AUTO-SYNC (off) LINE-IN RECORDING 0 LINE-IN AUTO-SYNC
TUNER RECORDING MODE You can adjust recording quality when recording from the FM Tuner.
TUNER RECORDING MODE MONO STEREO
Line-in/Ext. Mic You can select external microphone or line-in when recording.
Line-In : To record through Line-In Ext. Mic : To record through an external microphone
LINE-IN RECORDING Line-in/Ext. Mic Ext. Mic Line-in LINE-IN AUTO-SYNC LINE-IN/EXT. MIC
NOTE - To record from an external microphone, chose the LINE-IN recording mode
(see page 5-14, 5-15). - The recording quality level will be set to the values chosen for LINE-IN recording (see page 5-22).
Repeat Mode/ Shuffle Mode
A number of Repeat and Shuffle modes are available. Select the one you want by pressing MODE button (Multi selecting available) (refer to page 5-3, 5-4) How to select After push or
REPEAT SHUFFLE INTRO
button for selection. button to exit.
Only the selected PLAYBACK MODE will be available when you press the MODE/REC button (For details, please refer to page 5-3, 5-4)
Intro: Plays the beginning 10 seconds of each track. Intro Highlight : Plays 10 seconds from 1 minute into each track in sequential order. You can input your name or custom text. The saved text is displayed when playback stops. Button Operation
Select the character by using and switch and press Navi/Menu button to input the character.
While playing, short slide of the , (or VOL +, VOL -) lever will skip the current track set time ahead. OFF : Study Mode is disabled. The range is 1~60 seconds.
SHUFFLE INTRO STUDY
To move the cursor in the name window, use + and - on Volume switch.
To scroll between English and your preferred language, use MEMORY/EQ button.
To delete the character, press MODE button.
Save and Exit
Chinese and Chinese characters are not supported in the Name feature.
You can adjust the level of 3D sound(minimum, Natural, and Maximum). You can extend 3D sound by selecting Bass Boost or 3D EQ. You can also adjust the level of 3D sound with the or (or VOL +, VOL -) lever. Select DBE or 3D EQ with the Navi/Menu button.
You can adjust the sound to your preference. There are 5 band frequency steps, set from -15dB to +15dB by 3dB step.
You can select the Bass Center Band level from Band 1 to 4. You can also set the Bass Boost gain from 0 dB to 15dB by 3dB step. DBE (Dynamic Bass Enhancement) enhances Low & Middle frequencies and only operates when using Xtreme 3D.
How to set Xtreme EQ 1. Select the Frequency step to set using the , switch. Select the Frequency
3. To exit Xtreme EQ 2. Adjust the level using setting the VOL + or VOL switch. Adjust the level lick
Convenient Functions 5-27
3D EQ Setting
Set EQ to User EQ to use 3D EQ. You can adjust the sound to your preference. There are 5 band frequency steps, set from -15dB to +15dB by 3dB step.
Balance your sound to the right or left or keep it in the center according to your preference. When Sound Balance bar is moved to L (Left, 20),the sound outputs at the left earphone. When the lever is moved to R (Right, 20) the sound outputs at the right earphone. The default value is 0 and the sound outputs the same level at both earphones. Set beep volume ON/OFF or level. Set to "0" for OFF.
EQ LIMIT EQ SELECT BEEP VOLUME
ON : Limit the control of equalizer frequency to prevent distortion of sound. OFF : You can enjoy the original sound though distortion of sound may occur.
Convenient Functions 5-29
Sound Fade in
SOUND BALANCE EQ LIMIT EQ SELECT
When activated, volume increases gradually at playback mode to prevent sudden loudness.
EQ SELECT BEEP VOLUME FADE IN Convenient Functions
You can select various EQ modes. Press NAVI/MENU button after selecting EQ by or (or VOL +, VOL -) switch. using
You can not select NORMAL EQ. If you do not select Xtrm EQ or Xtrm 3D, Xtrm EQ or Xtrm 3D modes will not be available during playback.
TROUBLE SHOOTING PRECAUTIONS ACCESSORIES SPECIFICATIONS
Additional Information 6
Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your iRiver dealer or contact support at www.iRiver.com.
Check whether the HOLD switch on the player is ON (Switch to OFF position) Check the condition of the battery. Insert a fresh battery. Check whether VOLUME is set to "0". Connect the earphones plug firmly. Check whether the plug is dirty. Clean the plug with a dry and soft cloth. Corrupted MP3 or WMA files may make a static noise and the sound may cut off. Listen to your files on the PC to see if they are corrupted. Check out Menu General Language and confirm whether the right language has been selected.(Refer to page 5-12) Adjust the position of the player and earphones. Turn off the power of other electric devices near the player. The Earphone cord functions as the antenna, they must be plugged in for best reception. Check the condition of the battery. Check the connection between your computer and the player to ensure that the cable is secure. Check the Manager program to make sure it is operating. Check whether the players memory is full.
Avoid dropping or impacting the player. The player is designed to operate while walking or running, but dropping or excessively impacting the player maybe cause damage. Avoid contacting the player with water. Damage to the internal parts of the player may occur if the player comes into contact with water. If your player gets wet, dry the outside with a soft cloth as soon as possible. Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, Mechanical shock, unleveled surface, or in a car with its windows closed. Remove the battery if player is unused for long periods of time. Battery left in the player for a long time can corrode and damage the device. All data stored on this device may be erased by a excessive impact, a thunder or an electricity failure, etc. on the device. 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 excessive impact, a thunder or an electricity failure. You will be responsible for safe-guarding all data stored on this device.
No sound or distortion during playback.
Characters in LCD are corrupted.
On Headphones and Earphones
Road Safety Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headsets at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuously loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sound and to be considerate of the people around you.
Poor FM Reception.
Additional Information 6-1
Failed download of MP3 file
1 Earphone/ Earphone cover 2 USB cable
3 Installation CD
Memory 256MB 512MB 128MB Model No iFP-790 iFP-795 iFP-780 USB version 1.1 (Full speed) 2.0 (High speed) 2.0 (High speed) Memory is not expandable.
1GB iFP-799 2.0 (High speed)
4 User Manual/Warranty card 5 Battery(AA type 1EA) 6 Neck strap for carrying Quick Start Guide
7 Carrying Case
8 Arm Band
9 Audio Cable (Line-In)
20 Hz ~ 20 KHz Audio Headphone Output (L)18 mW + (R)18 mW (16 Ohm) max. Volume (L)12 mW + (R)12 mW (32 Ohm) max. Volume 90 dB(MP3) S/N ratio FM Frequency range 87.5 MHz ~ 108 MHz 60 dB FM TUNER S/N ratio Antenna Headphone/Earphone-Cord Antenna MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3, WMA, OGG, ASF File Type FILE 8 Kbps ~ 320 Kbps Bit Rate (OGG : 44.1 KHz, 96Kbps~225Kbps) SUPPORT Tag Info ID3 VI, ID3 V2 2.0, ID3 V2 3.0, ID 3 V2 4.0 Encoding 11.025KHz ~44.1KHz, 8Kbps ~ 320Kbps LCD Full Graphic 4 Line with Backlight Language 40 Languages Voice Recording Max. Playtime
Approx. 36:00 hrs Approx. 72:00 hrs Approx. 144:00 hrs Approx. 288:00 hrs
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