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Before using this product
This recorder can only record materials from the connected computer. This manual explains the recorder operations and the installation and basic use of the supplied SonicStage software. For details on the various operations, refer to the pages indicated below.
When using the recorder
Recorder Operation (pages 12 to 36) Pages 12 to 36 in this manual explain the use of the Net MD as an ordinary MiniDisc recorder.
Troubleshooting and explanations (page 33)
page 12 Recorder Operation _____________________________ page 36 Software Operation ______________________________
This section shows the troubles you may find while using the recorder, and their solutions.
2003 Aiwa Corporation
When using the Net MD (the recorder) connected to your computer
For SonicStage Ver. 1.5 software Software Operation (pages 38 to 70) Pages 38 to 70 in this manual explain the installation and basic operations of the supplied SonicStage software. Refer to these pages for details.
Other information (page 56)
This section shows the troubles you may find while using the SonicStage software, and their solutions. It also has the list of frequently asked questions and answers. SonicStage Ver. 1.5 Help This is an online help that you can view on your computer screen. Refer to online help for details on the use of the software. To display the help window, see page 54.
For Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2 software Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2 Operating Instructions This manual explains the installation and operations of the supplied Net MD Simple Burner software.
Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2
Notes on the Software Operation section
The displayed items in the illustrations that appear in this section may differ from the actual items displayed by the software. Explanations in this section assume familiarity with basic Windows operations. For details on the use of your computer and the operating system, please refer to the respective manuals. Explanations in this section cover general Net MD products. For this reason, some explanations (and some illustrations) may not be applicable to your Net MD. Please refer to the operating instructions of your Net MD as well.
Checking the supplied accessories
AC power adaptor (1) Headphones/earphones (1) Dedicated USB cable (1) CD-ROM (SonicStage Ver. 1.5 and Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2) (1)*
Do not play a CD-ROM on an audio CD player.
Looking at the controls
Front of the recorder
9 q; qa qs
A GROUP button B MENU button C VOL +* and buttons
The VOL + button has a tactile dot.
D NX/ENTER (play/pause/enter) button*
The NX/ENTER button has a tactile dot.
E DC IN 3V jack
F xSTOP/CANCEL (stop/cancel) button G Display window H DOWNLOAD button I USB jack When connecting to your computer, connect the dedicated USB cable to this jack. J HOLD switch K i (headphones/earphones) jack L. and > (skip/search) buttons
Back of the recorder
A OPEN button B Hand strap hole Use the hole to attach your own strap.
C Battery compartment lid
The display window of the recorder
A Disc indication B Group mode indication Lights up when group mode is on. C Track number display D Battery level indication Shows approximate battery condition.
E Play mode indication Shows play mode of the MD. F SOUND indication G Disc, group, track indication H Character information display Displays the track names, elapsed time, etc.
1 Insert an alkaline dry battery.
Slide to open the battery compartment lid.
Insert one LR6 (size AA) alkaline dry battery minus end first.
Close the lid.
2 Make connections and unlock the
1 Connect the headphones/earphones to
2 Slide HOLD in the opposite direction of
the arrow indicated on the recorder (HOLD.) to unlock the control.
Using your computer to record from an audio CD!
You can record tracks from an audio CD inserted in the CD-ROM drive of your computer to an MD by connecting the recorder to the computer with the dedicated USB cable. For this procedure, you must first install the supplied Net MD Simple Burner software. The following procedure explains the use of the recorders DOWNLOAD button to perform recording. For details on installing the software and other recording operations, see the supplied Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2 Operating Instructions.
1 Install the Net MD Simple Burner
If you are installing the software for the first time, use the supplied CD-ROM. Refer to the supplied Net MD Simple Burner Ver. 1.2 Operating Instructions for details.
2 Insert a recordable MD into the
1 Press OPEN to open the recorder. 2 Insert a recordable MD to the direction
To Pause Find the beginning of the current track or the previous track1) Find the beginning of the next track2) Go backwards or forward while playing Search for a point in a track while viewing the elapsed time (Time search) Search for a specific track while viewing track numbers (Index search) Remove the MD
Operation Press NX. Press NX again to resume play. Press. Press. repeatedly until the beginning of the desired track appears. Press > once. Hold down. or >. While pausing, press and hold. or >. While the recorder is stopped, press and hold. or >. Press x, and then press OPEN.3)
you press. twice continuously while playing the first track of the disc, the recorder goes to the beginning of the last track on the disc. 2) If you press > during the last track of the disc, the recorder goes to the beginning of the first track on the disc. 3) If you open the lid, the playback will begin from the beginning of the first track (except when group mode is on).
Suppressing the skip of the sound (E A S S GP)
The E A S S GP function was developed to provide a higher level of shock resistance than that of existing players in order to allow the recorder to be used while jogging.
The playback sound may skip if: the recorder receives stronger continuous shock. a dirty or scratched MiniDisc is played.
The AM-NX9 supports DSP TYPE-S for ATRAC/ATRAC3. It thus allows you to enjoy TYPE-S high-quality sound from MDs recorded in MDLP mode on TYPE-S-equipped MD decks, etc. The recorder can play the track recorded by 2 or 4 long playing mode (LP2 or LP4). Normal stereo playback, LP2 stereo playback, LP4 stereo playback or monaural playback is automatically selected to match the audio source.
Various ways of playback
Selecting the play mode
You can select various play modes such as normal play, single-track play (1 Trk), or shuffle play (Shuff). You can also select repeat play with the selected play mode.
Display A1) Shuff (shuffle play)
Play mode All the tracks are played in random order.
1) Group play mode (
) appears whenever you play a disc with group settings. For more details, see Playing a track in group play (page 24).
Press. or > repeatedly until RepOFF or RepON (playing a track repeatedly) appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER to enter the selection. If you select RepON, appears on B and the playback repeats with the play mode selected in step 3.
Press MENU. Press. or > repeatedly until P-MODE appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly to select the play mode, and then press NX/ENTER. Each time you press >, the display item indicated by A changes as follows: Pressing NX/ENTER while A is flashing causes the play mode to enter.
B lights up when you press NX/ ENTER.
Display B 1 SHUF
Play mode Repeat play of all tracks Repeat play of a selected track Repeat shuffle play of all tracks
Pressing > repeatedly changes A.
To cancel the procedure Press MENU. To return the preceding settings Press xSTOP/CANCEL. Display A1) Normal (normal play) 1 Trk (single-track play) Play mode All the tracks are played once. A single track is played once.
Adjusting treble or bass (Digital Sound Preset)
You can adjust the treble and bass to suit your taste. The player can store two sets of treble-bass adjustments, which can then be selected later during playback.
Adjusting the sound quality
You can change the preset sound quality. To change the preset sound quality, select SOUND1 or SOUND2, the one you want to change, in advance.
While playing, press MENU. Press. or > repeatedly until SOUND appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly until SET appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly until SOUND1 or SOUND2 appears in the display, and then press NX/ ENTER. The display shows the currently BASS sound setting. Press. or > repeatedly to adjust the sound level.
Shows SOUND1 or SOUND2 is selected
Selecting the sound quality
Factory settings Factory settings of the digital sound preset are as follows: SOUND1: bass +1, treble 0 SOUND2: bass +3, treble 0
While playing, press MENU. Press. or > repeatedly until SOUND appears in the display, and press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly to select SOUND1, SOUND2, or OFF in the display, and then press NX/ENTER to enter the selection. Selecting OFF turns off the digital sound preset function.
The sound can be adjusted in 8 steps. (4, 3,.0,.+2, +3)
Press NX/ENTER. BASS is set and the display changes to TRE (treble) setting mode. Press. or > repeatedly to adjust the sound level, and then press NX/ENTER to enter the selection. TRE (treble) is set. The sound settings are saved and the playback display appears again.
To cancel the procedure Press MENU. To return the preceding settings Press xSTOP/CANCEL.
When using a digital sound preset, the sound may break or become distorted if the volume is turned up too high, depending on the settings or the track. In this case, change the settings of the sound quality.
Using the group function
What is the group function?
The group function is provided to allow playback of discs with group settings. The group function is convenient for playback of MDs on which several albums or CD singles have been recorded in MDLP (LP2/LP4) mode. What is a disc with group settings? The recorder can operate various functions in units of group; that is tracks that have been recorded on a disc as part of separate groups, as shown below.
When the power mode is set to QUICK, the power remains on within the recorder even when nothing appears in the display. This leads to a shorter battery life. If no recorder operation (including opening or closing of the lid) occurs for an hour, the power in the recorder automatically turn off. For this reason, the next time you start playback or do another operation, the recorder will not respond quickly. the unit, however, will return to quick mode afterwards.
To cancel the EAR G. function Select OFF in step 4. To cancel the procedure Press MENU. To return the preceding settings Press xSTOP/CANCEL.
Protecting your hearing (EAR G.)
The EAR G. (Ear Guard) function keeps down the maximum volume to protect your ears.
Locking the controls (HOLD)
To prevent the buttons from being accidentally operated when you carry the player, use this function.
Slide HOLD in the direction of the. to lock.
Press MENU. Press. or > repeatedly until OPTION appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly until EAR G. appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER. Press. or > repeatedly until ON appears in the display, and then press NX/ENTER to enter the selection. ON appears in the display, and after a few seconds, the playback display appears again.
To unlock the controls Slide HOLD to the opposite direction of the arrow.
You can power the recorder not only with alkaline dry battery but also with house current. You cannot, however, use manganese dry battery.
Using house current
Connect the AC power adaptor to DC IN 3V. Connect the AC power adaptor to the wall outlet.
To wall outlet
When to replace the battery
You can check the battery condition with the battery indicator which is displayed while using the recorder. The battery indicator changes due to the battery condition. The battery level indicator is approximate. Battery indicator Battery power decreasing m Weak battery m The battery has gone out. LoBATT flashes in the display on the recorder, and the power goes off.
AC power adaptor
While using group function
Symptom The group function does not operate. Cause/Remedy While using a disc with no group setting, an attempt was made to select some group-related menu (No Gp appears in the display). , Use a disc with group setting.
This is due to the MiniDisc system limitations. Group A track cannot be information has been written to the area where the disc name is checked out to a new stored. The disc name and track names are recorded in the same group. A new group area, which can store a maximum of approximately 1,700 cannot be created on characters. If the total number exceeds this amount, a new group the supplied cannot be created even though group mode is on. It is also SonicStage impossible to make group settings at this time. software.
Symptom The recorder does not work or works poorly. Cause/Remedy The volume is low. , Turn up the volume. No disc is inserted (NoDISC appears in the display). , Insert a recorded disc. The HOLD function is turned on (HOLD appears in the display when you press an operation button on the recorder). , Disable HOLD by sliding the HOLD switch to the opposite direction of the arrow. The lid is not firmly closed. , Close the lid until it clicks. Moisture has condensed inside the recorder. , Take the MD out and leave the recorder in a warm place for several hours until the moisture evaporates. The dry battery is weak (LoBATT flashes or nothing appears). , Replace the dry battery with a new one. The dry battery has been inserted incorrectly. , Insert the battery correctly. An MD with nothing recorded on is inserted (BLANK appears in the display). , Insert a recorded MD. The disc is damaged or does not contain proper recording (Rd ERR appears in the display). , Reinsert the disc. If the error message still appears, replace it with another disc. While operating, the recorder received a mechanical shock, too much static, abnormal power voltage caused by lightning, etc. , Restart the operation as follows. 1 Disconnect all the power sources. 2 Leave the recorder for about 30 seconds. 3 Connect the power source.
About the DSP TYPE-S for ATRAC/ATRAC3
This recorder supports playback with the DSP TYPE-S specification for high-level MiniDisc decks equipped with digital signal processors (DSP). This specification allows tracks recorded in MDLP mode to be played back with high quality sound. Since this recorder also supports DSP TYPE-R specification, superb sound is produced during playback in SP (normal stereo) mode as well.
Suppressing the skips of the sound (EASS GP)
The EASS GP function was developed to provide a higher level of shock resistance than that of existing players.
See page 59 for details.
This software is not supported by the following environments:
Macintosh Windows XP versions other than Home Edition or Professional Windows 2000 versions other than Professional Windows 98 versions other than Second Edition Windows NT Windows 95 Personally constructed PCs or operating systems An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed operating system Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment
We do not ensure trouble-free operation on all computers that satisfy the system requirements. We do not ensure trouble-free operation of the system suspend, sleep, or hibernation function on all computers.
Installing the software onto your computer
This section explains the installation of the SonicStage Ver.1.5 software supplied with your Net MD.
Before installing the software
1 Make sure to note the following before installing the software. Do not connect the dedicated USB cable before the installation! The SonicStage software may not correctly load or operate if the dedicated USB cable is connected to your computer during the installation. Close all other Windows applications before starting the installation! Make sure to close any virus-check software, as such software usually demand large amounts of system resources. 2 Depending on the following operating system or software already installed on your computer, refer to the reference pages before installing the software. Windows XP
, page 56
To install this software, you must log on with a user name with Computer Administrator. If you perform the System Restore function in the Windows System Tools menu, the tracks managed by SonicStage may become corrupted and rendered unplayable. If you perform the System Restore function of the Windows System Tools menu, the tracks managed by SonicStage may become corrupted and rendered unplayable. You must log on as Administrator before installing the software. Depending on the version of your software, the existing software may be overwritten by the new version or it may co-exist with SonicStage Ver.1.5. As the installation process will depend on the version, see the reference page for details.
Windows Millennium Edition
, page 57
OpenMG Jukebox, SonicStage, SonicStage Premium, or SonicStage Simple Burner
, page 58
Installing SonicStage Ver.1.5
Turn on your computer and start up Windows. Insert the installation CD-ROM for SonicStage into the CD-ROM drive of your computer.
Start up SonicStage (page 46) and click
All Playlists appears and all the albums stored on the Music Drive appear in the Music Drive window.
Double click the desired album name.
A list of the audio files in that album appears.
in the lower right part of the display.
The editing panel appears in the display.
Select an item by clicking [Title], [Album], [Artist], or [Genre], and then right-click and select [Rename].
You can also click [V] at [Album] or [Artist] to display a dropdown list, and then select an item from the list.
When the track title is highlighted, enter the text data from the keyboard.
The ([CD Info]) button for track and album labeling can also be used to import names from Internet databases. See the online help for details (page 54).
Transferring audio data from your computer to the Net MD (Check-out)
Audio data stored on the Music Drive can be transferred to your Net MD. This process is called Check-out. The number of times a track can be checked out is restricted in this software for the protection of copyrights (page 67).
Checking out audio files to the Net MD
This section explains how to check out all audio files in a playlist*.
A playlist is a container that allows the stored audio files in the Music Drive to be classified by genre, artist, etc.
Check-outs should be done at a temperature of +5 C (+41 F) or higher.
to display the recording navigation window.
Select (Music Drive) for [1 Music Source] and (Device/Media) for [2 Destination], then click 3 ([Jump to Record Window]).
Click in the middle of the display and select the recording mode (page 48).
Standard transfer mode: Data are transferred in the format of the original files. Maximum available transfer space: All data are transferred in LP4 mode. SP transfer mode: All data are converted and transferred in normal stereo mode. Select this mode if you listen to checked-out data on equipment that does not support MDLP mode.
A playlist appears in the display.
Confirm that the audio files you are about to check out are okay for checking out.
The music notations beside the track number in the left panel of the list represent the number of times the file can be checked out (e.g. = the track can be checked out three more times). If appears beside the track number, the file cannot be checked out.
Checking out of the files starts. All files in the playlist are checked out to the connected Net MD.
To cancel a check-out Click ([Stop]).
Make sure not to disconnect the dedicated USB cable or power source until the operation has completed once the check-out (or check-in) operation has begun. Failure to do this may result in the loss of check-out authorization. Even if a check-out fails, the audio file may be considered checked out on the SonicStage side and the files check-out authorization may be reduced. Make sure not to bump the Net MD after check-out has started. If you do, the contents of the recording may not be stored correctly. Due to the limitations of the MD system, you may not be able to record the full amount of remaining recording time. Due to the limitations of the MD system, a maximum of about 1,700 characters can be stored for disc name, group names and track names on the disc. Take note of this fact when checking out a large number of tracks.
Listening to an MD
You can listen to an MD on the Net MD while it is connected to your computer. When disconnected from your computer, the Net MD can be used as an ordinary MiniDisc device. For details on Net MD operations, refer to the Recorder Operations section.
Listening to an MD with the Net MD connected to the computer
If you listen to an MD with the Net MD connected to the computer, be sure to listen with the Net MD itself (connecting to the headphones/earphones, speakers, etc.). The MD sound cannot be heard from headphones/earphones that are connected to the computer.
Listening to an MD with the Net MD disconnected from the computer
Listen to the MD after disconnecting the dedicated USB cable from the computer and the Net MD.
Generally, you cannot erase or divide/combine checked-out audio files. If you want to edit such files, check them back in first. Checked-out files can be edited on some MD devices; however, erasing a track will decrease the number of times the file can be checked out, and dividing or combining tracks will render the file impossible to check back into the computer (page 66).
Using other functions!
Using the SonicStage online help
This manual explains only the basic operations of the SonicStage software. However, the software has a host of other functions that allow you to carry out various operations, such as importing audio files from the Internet, classifying and managing audio files, and playing in various play modes. For information and details on the various menus and operations, go to the online help. To display online help Click (help) while the SonicStage software is running.
You can display the online help by selecting the following: [Start][Programs]*[SonicStage][SonicStage Help] [All Programs] in the case of Windows XP.
Viewing online help
The Tabs The left side frame The right side frame
Lets find out how to use the online help first. An explanation on the use of the online help can also be found in the online help. 1 Double click [Overview] in the left-hand frame. 2 Click [About this Help file]. The explanation will appear in the right-hand frame. 3 Read the text. Scroll the display if necessary. Click underlined words to jump to their explanations.
In the online help, Device/Media is the general term for external devices such as Net MDs and MusicClips.
Settings and Precautions
Settings according to OS
The settings and precautions will differ according to the operating system being used. Check the items that apply to your system. For Windows XP users Restrictions when running the SonicStage software under Windows XP To install this software, you must log on with a user name with Computer Administrator* as an attribute. You must log on with the user name Administrators or Power Users to use the SonicStage software. Both edition of Windows XP (Home/Professional) can be used. The NTFS format of Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional (factory installed) can be used only with the standard (factory) settings.
To check whether the user name has the attribute of Computer Administrator Go to [Start]- [Control Panel]-[User Account], and then check the user name displayed on the window.
When using SonicStage under Windows XP If you use the System Restore function in Windows System Tools, audio data managed by SonicStage may become corrupted and rendered unplayable. Before executing the system restoration procedure, you should first back up all audio files and restore them after doing the system restoration procedure. For details about backup procedures, refer to online help.
Restoring backup data requires access to the Internet. If an audio file becomes unplayable after restoring the system, an error dialog box may appear. If this occurs, do as instructed by the message.
Notes on system suspend/hibernation mode
If the computer changes to system suspend/hibernation mode during the recording of a CD or the checking in/out of a data file, the audio data may be lost or the computer may not wake up properly. The computer suspend/hibernation function should therefore be turned off. If you change the media while the computer is in system suspend/hibernation mode, audio data may be lost after the computer wakes up. If the computer changes to system suspend/hibernation mode, the computer may not recognize the Net MD when it wakes up. If this happens, disconnect the dedicated USB cable and reconnect it again.
Backing up the audio data
Before doing any procedure that may affect the operating system itself (such as a system recovery), you should back up all of your audio data with the [SonicStage backup tool] from the [Start] - [Programs] - [SonicStage].
Uninstalling the SonicStage software
To uninstall the SonicStage software, follow the procedures below.
For Windows XP users
Log on with a user name with Computer Administrator as an attribute. Refer to the operating instructions of your computer for details on logging on as an administrator.
Click [Start][Control Panel].
The Control Panel window appears.
Double-click [Add/Remove Programs].
The Add/Remove Programs dialog box appears.
Click [Change or Remove Programs]. Click [SonicStage 1.5.XX] in the Currently Installed Programs list, and then click [Change and Remove]. Click [OpenMG Secure Module 3.X]* in the Currently Installed Programs list, and then click [Change and Remove].
Do as instructed by the message and restart the computer. When the computer restarts, the uninstallation will be completed.
* If SonicStage Ver.1.5 is co-existing with OpenMG Jukebox Ver.2.2 or SonicStage Premium on your computer, and you uninstall one or the other, make sure [OpenMG Secure Module 3.X] is not uninstalled since it is commonly used with both software applications.
For Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition users
Click [Start][Settings][Control Panel].
The Add/Remove Programs Properties window appears.
Click [SonicStage 1.5.XX] in the list of programs for automatic removal, and then click [Add/Remove]. Click [OpenMG Secure Module 3.X]* in the list of programs for automatic removal, and then click [Add/Remove].
1) 2) 3)
In Windows XP, select [Start][Control Panel]. In Windows XP, double click [System] if the control panel is in the classic format, or click [Performance and Maintenance] and then [System] if the control panel is in the category format. Depending on your system, the [Hardware] tab may not be provided. In this case, click the [Device Manager] tab to display the Device Manager window.
If the installation was not successful
Be sure to close all Windows applications before you start the installation. If you start the installation while other programs are running, a malfunction may occur. This is especially true for programs that require large amounts of system resources, such as virus-check software. Be sure not to connect the Net MD to your computer before you start the installation. If the dedicated USB cable is connected to your computer before the installation, the installation cannot be done correctly. Connect the dedicated USB cable after the installation completed. Make sure your computer has enough hard disk drive space. 120 MB of free space or more on the hard disk drive is required. If your computer does not have enough space, the installation may not be possible.
If the installation seems to be stopped It may take 30 minutes or more for the installation to complete, depending on your computer or CD-ROM drive. During the installation, watch out for the occurrence of any of the following problems. Problem Cause/Remedy The installation appears to have Check for the appearance of an error message beneath the installation window. stopped before it has completed. t Press the [Tab] key while holding down the [Alt] key. If an error message has appeared, press the [Enter] key. The installation will resume. If there is no message, the installation is still in progress. Wait a little while longer. The progress bar on the display The installation is progressing normally. Please wait. is not moving. The access lamp has not lit for a few minutes. If the installation is still unsuccessful after all that you have done. The installation can be done by copying all files to the hard disk as follows: 1 Create a new folder on the hard disc. 2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM (SonicStage Ver.1.5) into the CD-ROM drive. 3 When the installation window appears, click [Exit] to cancel the installation. 4 Right-click the start menu and start up Explorer. 5 Select [SS15E] on the CD-ROM drive, and then click [Edit] -[Select All]. 6 Click [Edit]-[Copy to Folder] (or [Edit]-[Copy]) to copy all files to the folder that you created in step 1. 7 Remove the CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive, open the folder that was copied to the hard disk and double-click [setup.exe]. 8 When the installation window appears, follow the displayed instructions to install [SonicStage 1.5]. The installation may be done by installing the software from [Start]-[Run].
The use of EMD services requires installation of player software on your computer. Audio files should be downloaded in a format that is supported by the SonicStage software (such as Label Gate MQ format). For details on EMD services support by SonicStage, please contact to the respective companies. * EMD may not be available in certain areas of the world.
MP3 MP3, which stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer3, is a standard for audio file compression determined by the Motion Picture Experts Group, an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) working group. It enables compression of audio files to about 1/10 of the data size of a standard compact disc. Since the MP3 encoding algorithm is disclosed, there are various encoders/decoders that are compliant with this standard, including freeware that is available for no charge. The MP3 standard is therefore widely used in the computer field. Music Drive Music Drive is a music database for managing audio data on a computer. In Music Drive, audio files can be managed along with such information as artist names, track names, and CD jacket images, or can be combined and categorized in different playlists. OpenMG Copyright protection technology for the import and management of musical content from distribution services or CDs. By using software that are compliant with OpenMG, audio contents can be encrypted before storage on a hard disk drive to allow playback of those audio files on that computer. OpenMG also prevents the unauthorized distribution of the contents via the Internet or other networks.
Playlist A playlist is like a container that can be used to hold and categorize files stored in Music Drive. For example, by making a jazz playlist and then putting your favorite jazz tracks into the playlist, you can play all of the tracks repeatedly or check them all out at the same time. Recording mode (Bit rate) This is a measure of data volume per second. The rate is expressed in bps (bits per second). In SonicStage, the bit rate can be selected for recording an audio CD or converting MP3 and WAV format audio files into ATRAC3 format from among three rates: 132 kbps, 105 kbps or 66 kbps. In the case of 105 kbps, 105,000 bits of information is processed per second. If the bit rate is large, that means a large amount of information is used to play the music. Thus, 105 kbps data produces better sound quality than 66 kbps data, and 132 kbps data provides better sound quality than 105 kbps data. However, audio files in formats such as MP3 have different encoding methods, and so the sound quality is not determined by the bit rate alone. SDMI SDMI, which stands for Secure Digital Music Initiative, is a forum that consists of over 130 companies in the fields of recorded audio content, computers, and consumer electronics. It is dedicated to the development of integrated copyright protection technology that can be used worldwide. SDMI is working to create a framework for preventing the improper usage of audio files and to promote legal music distribution services. The copyright protection technology OpenMG is based on the SDMI standard. Windows Media Technology (WMT) This is a technology that includes a contents management system called Windows Media Rights Manager which encrypts contents and distributes music contents along with their conditions for usage, distribution, etc. Copyright-protected audio files supported by Windows Media Technology (WMT) cannot be converted to the ATRAC3 format and coded in the OpenMG format. Windows Media Audio (WMA) This is an audio compression technology that includes the management system called Windows Media Rights Manager. Windows Media Audio (WMA) format files supported by Window Media Technology (WMT) cannot be converted to the ATRAC3 format and coded in the OpenMG format.
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