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ENGLISH USER MANUAL
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Dear Customer, thank you for choosing this ARCHOS product. We hope that you will enjoy using it and that it will give you entire satisfaction for many years to come. Please do register your product on our website (www.archos.com/register) to ensure that you get access to our help line and to be informed of free software updates for your product. Wishing you the best Multimedia experience, The ARCHOS Team
All the information contained in this manual was correct at the time of publication. However, as our engineers are always updating and improving our products, your devices software may have a slightly different appearance or modified functionality than presented in this manual.
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Table of Contents
Table of CONTENTS > p.
Table Of Contents
ARCHOS device description. 4 Using the TouchScreen. 6 INTERFACE LANGUAGE. 7 BATTERY. 8 PRODUCT CARE. 8
1. Playing Video....10
1.1BROWSING THROUGH YOUR VIDEOS. 10 1.2 Video playback. 11 1.3 VIDEO SETTINGS. 12 1.4Putting videos onto your ARCHOS device. 13 1.5 Recording Video. 13
2. Playing Music.....14
2.1 browsing through your music files. 14 2.2music playback. 15 2.3 MUSIC SETTINGS. 16 2.4 Sound Settings. 17 2.5Playlists. 18 2.6Putting music onto your ARCHOS device. 20 2.7 Recording AUDIO. 20
3. Viewing Photos....21
3.1 browsing through your photos. 21 3.2Photo Viewer. 23 3.3PHOTO SETTINGS. 24 3.4Playing a slideshow. 24 3.5 VIEWING PHOTOS WHILE LISTENING TO MUSIC. 24 3.6 putting photos on to your ARCHOS DEVICE. 25
4.Using the Browser.... 26.
4.1 Navigation. 26 4.2 Using the Virtual Keyboard. 27 4.3 Using the PDF Reader. 28
5.1First Time Usage: Tuning Digital TV channels. 30 5.2 Watching Digital TV. 31 5.3 Recording Digital TV. 34 5.3 disconnecting the flap antennas. 35
6.USB connections..... 36
6.1 Computer Connection. 36 6.2 USB Host Connection. 38
TABLE OF CONTENTS Continued on next page.
7. setup screen.... 40
7.1 Language Settings. 40 7.2Display Settings. 40 7.3 Appearance settings. 41 7.4 Clock Settings. 42 7.5Power Settings. 42 7.6TV control settings. 43 7.7 System Settings. 43 7.8 Updating the Firmware. 45
8. Optional Functionalities.... 46.
8.1DVR Station & DVR Travel Adapter presentation. 46 8.2 Recording Video (external source). 46 8.3 Editing Video Files. 49 8.4 Setting the Scheduler for dvr recordings. 50 8.5THE Infrared Emitter. 52 8.6 Recording Audio (external source). 54
Technical Specifications.... 56 Technical Support information.... 58.
Introduction > p.
ARCHOS device description
On the left side of the device: Press and hold to switch on/off.
Press once to switch the display of the image between TV and built-in LCD screen. Press and hold to lock the touchscreen of your ARCHOS device.
Underneath the device are several connectors: DVR Record external video and/or audio via the optional DVR Station or DVR Travel Adapter, available STATION from www.archos.com (see Optional Functionalities). Connect your ARCHOS device to your computer (see Computer Connection). B Connect a compatible external device to your ARCHOS (see USB Host Connection). A
On the left side of the device: Power: charge the battery of your ARCHOS device (see Battery Charge). AV Out Jack: Audio: plug in headphones. Video: plug in the ARCHOS AV cable to connect to your TV, hi-fi, etc. On top of the device: Antenna connector for Digital TV: connect the supplied flap antenna system. See: Digital TV.
ON/OFF indicator Hard Disk Drive activity indicator: the light flickers when the hard drive is active (playing/transferring files). Battery charge indicator: light on: the battery is charging. flashing: the battery is fully charged. Video display indicator: the light is on when the image is displayed on an external display.
Other Touchscreen Actions When watching a video or listening to music, you can tap on the progression bar to go directly to a different location in the video or song. You can also drag the cursor in the progression bar to another location in the video or song. In the screens where it appears, the volume bar can be dragged in the same way. In the Archos file browser, you can drag the scroll bar up and down to scroll the file list up and down. You can also scroll faster by tapping above or below the cursor in the scroll bar. In the PDF viewer, you can scroll up and down by tapping on the page and dragging it up or down (be careful not to tap on a link!).
Note: in this manual, reactive areas will be surrounded with red dots on screenshots showing touchscreen controls.
The Resume Icon Sometimes the Resume icon is highlighted in the Home Screen when you turn on the ARCHOS. This means that you can resume the last-played music or video file, if it was interrupted before the end. If the Resume icon is grayed out, it means that no music or video file playback can be resumed.
Changing the Language
The interface of your ARCHOS device is available in various languages. If your language is not available, go to the ARCHOS website (www.archos.com/firmware) and download and install the latest version. New languages are included in the firmware as they become available. See Updating the Firmware. To change the systems language: 1. From the Home Screen, tap on to access the Setup Screen. 2. Tap on the Language icon to display the Language Settings screen. 3. Select a different language using the / buttons (your settings are saved instantly). 4. Tap on to exit. Tap on to return to the Home Screen.
Before using your ARCHOS device for the first time, charge the battery until the light starts blinking. Simply plug the ARCHOS Charger/Adapter into the power jack. The ARCHOS device will turn on and start charging, and a lightning bolt symbol will flash over the battery icon in the status bar:.
Format - allows to change the way the image is displayed. - Auto:adjusts the video size to best adapt to the built-in screen or TV. - Full Screen: enlarges the picture to fill the screen and cuts some of the image. - Maximized: enlarges the picture to fill the screen, considering the image is encoded in 2.35 format with black bands at the top and bottom. - Original: displays the entire picture in its original format. Speed - will play the current video in slow motion or high speed. - while paused in slow motion, you can advance frame by frame, using Save frame as.
- Thumbnail: saves the current image as a new thumbnail for this file (overwrites the previously set - Wallpaper: the current image will be defined as your devices background image.
thumbnail, if any).
Set bookmark - sets a bookmark at the current spot in the video. Only one bookmark per file is allowed. You can bookmark up to 32 files. - video files with a bookmark appear with the icon in the Video Browser. - to resume playing a video from a bookmark, go to the Video List, highlight the bookmarked video file and select the Resume video menu item (Clear bookmark will remove the bookmark from the video). Settings - will display the Video settings screen (see next section). - tap on to exit this screen. Sound - will display the Sound settings screen (see: Sound Settings). - tap on to exit this screen.
1.3 VIDEO SETTINGS
You can access the Video Settings screen via the Settings menu item while playing a video file. Tap on the / buttons to select a different setting for a parameter.
If the video contains several audio tracks, the Audio track line appears, allowing you to select any audio track.
PLAYING VIDEO > p. 13
PlayMode (a status bar icon shows the current mode) - Single: plays only one video file and stops.
- Folder: plays all video files in the current folder.
Repeat & Shuffle (a status bar icon shows the current mode) - - Normal: plays the video selection once and stops. - Repeat: plays the video selection repeatedly
- Shuffle: plays videos in a random order
PLAYING MUSIC > p. 16
Playback Status Icons
Status bar icons tell you if your ARCHOS is: playing paused stopped
Music Playback Menu Items
- displays a message box with all the available information about the current music file. - tap on to close the info screen.
Home - allows you to go back to the Home Screen while playing music, in order to browse your hard drive, play a photo slideshow, read a PDF file, etc. Playlist - opens the playlist editor (see: Playlists). Set bookmark - sets a bookmark at the current spot in the audio file. Only one bookmark per file is allowed. You can bookmark up to 32 files. - music files with a bookmark appear with the icon. - to resume playing a song from a bookmark, go to the ArcLibrary or the Music Browser, highlight the bookmarked music file and select the Resume song menu item (Clear bookmark will remove the bookmark from the video). Set rating - allows to give a rating to the current song (1-5) or to remove the rating (none). Settings - will display the Music settings screen (see next section). Sound - will display the Sound settings screen (see: Sound Settings). - tap on to exit this screen.
2.3 MUSIC SETTINGS
You can access the Music Settings screen via the Settings menu item while playing a song. Tap on the / buttons to select a different setting for a parameter.
PLAYING MUSIC > p. 17
PlayMode (a status bar icon shows the current mode) - Single: plays only one music file and stops. - Folder: plays all music files in the current folder or album. - All: plays all music files in the ARCHOS device. - Queue: allows you to select a track to be played after the current one is finished. - while a track is playing, tap on to switch to the browser window and tap on a track to select it: this is your queued track, and the status bar icon will change. - you can only queue one track at a time. - if you do not select a song to queue before the end of the current track, the ARCHOS will play the next track in the folder or album. - Scan: plays the first few seconds of each track. - you can define the length to play in Intro duration. - if you want to play the whole song, tap on it while its intro is playing; the music player will then revert to the Folder play mode. Repeat & Shuffle (a status bar icon shows the current mode) - - Normal: plays the track selection once and stops. - Repeat: plays the track selection repeatedly. - Shuffle: plays random tracks from the selection. Intro duration - defines for how long each track will be played in the Scan play mode.
You can access the Sound Settings screen via the Sound menu item. This screen allows you to adjust the sound settings of your ARCHOS device to your personal taste. Tap on the / buttons to select a different setting for a parameter.
Volume - adjusts the output volume. Built-in speaker - ON/OFF: the built-in speaker remains on or off regardless if headphones are attached. - Automatic: the built-in speaker automatically turns off when you plug in headphones or an AV Cable. Audio Output - defines whether the audio signal is sent out via the Analog Line-Out or the SPDIF interface when connected to a DVR Station. Bass Boost Level - adjusts the bass boosting level.
PLAYING MUSIC > p. 18
Preset - allows you to quickly select a sound profile. Set equalizer - allows you to use a custom sound profile. Tap on this button to enter the equalizer screen (see next section). Balance - allows you to balance the sound between the left and right speakers. Reset - highlight and tap on it to reset sound parameters to the default values.
Your ARCHOS device features a 5-band equalizer. Tap directly on a band (Bass, Mid. bass, Mid. range, Mid. treble or Treble) to highlight it, then tap on the / buttons to change the gain level for these frequency ranges.
It is advised that you change these settings while listening to music, in order to be able to appreciate the sound changes.
A playlist is a list of audio tracks that the music player will automatically play one after the other. On your ARCHOS device, you can play, create and edit as many playlists as you want. In the ARCHOS Browser, playlists are the files with the icon. When playing a playlist, the icon will appear in the status bar.
Note: when you delete a playlist, you are only deleting the list and not the music itself.
Playing a Playlist
In the ARCLibrary, tap on the Playlist line to highlight it, then tap on it again to open it. Tap on a playlist to highlight it, then tap on it again. A panel showing the contents of the playlist will open on the right. Tap on the first item in the playlist to start playing from the first track. You may want to play the tracks in a different order: select the Shuffle menu item to randomly shuffle the order of the songs in the current playlist.
PLAYING MUSIC > p. 19
Creating a Playlist
Select the Show playlist menu item while you are in the Music browser. A playlist panel will open on the right: you can now start adding songs to the current playlist. In the left panel, locate the songs you would like to add to your playlist. Tap on a song to add it to the playlist (the songs icon in the left panel will change to , indicating that it is part of the current playlist). Repeat this operation with all the tracks you want. Another way to add songs or the content of an entire folder, artist, album, etc. to a playlist is by using the Add to playlist or Insert in playlist menu items: Add to playlist - will add the highlighted track, folder, artist or album at the end of the playlist. Insert in playlist - will insert the highlighted track, folder, artist or album before the selected item in the playlist.
3.4 Playing a slideshow
To view a slideshow, highlight a picture file in the Photo Wall, PhotoLibrary or Photo Browser and choose the Slideshow menu item. You can also start a slideshow while viewing photos: choose the Start slideshow menu item. While a slideshow is playing, you can pause it at any time by selecting the Pause slideshow menu item. You can define the time that each picture is displayed and the transition effects in the Photo Settings (see: Photo Settings).
3.5 VIEWING PHOTOS WHILE LISTENING TO MUSIC
You can view photos and play slideshows while listening to music: Choose the Home menu item while playing a song. In the Home Screen, tap on the Photo icon to highlight it, then tap on it again to enter the Photo viewer. Browse through your photos or start a slideshow as normal (see: Playing a Slideshow). You can go back to the Music playback screen at any time using.
If you go back to the Music playback screen while playing a slideshow, your slideshow will be paused. When you come back to it, simply resume the slideshow.
VIEWING PHOTOS > p. 25
3.6putting photos on to your ARCHOS DEVICE
There are several methods for you to transfer your own photos to the Pictures folder of the ARCHOS: Connect your ARCHOS device to your computer and copy the pictures from your computers hard drive to the ARCHOS (see: Computer Connection), or sync them using Windows Media Player 10 or 11 (in Windows Media Device mode only). Connect a digital camera, USB card reader or external hard drive to your ARCHOS device via the included USB Host Adapter Cable (see: USB Host Connection). (Also see: Copying and moving files and folders).
USING THE BROWSER > p. 26
4. Using the Browser
The ARCHOS File Browser gives you the possibility to navigate the file system of your ARCHOS devices hard drive.
In the Home Screen, tap on the Browser icon to highlight it, then tap again on it to enter the File Browser. You will see two panels: the one on the left is the panel that you usually use to navigate through your devices hard drive, the panel on the right is the one you will use when you want to copy or move files and folders (see: Copying and moving files and folders).
About your ARCHOS devices hard drive ARCHOS recommends that you keep the original folders: Music, Pictures, Video, Playlists. The icons on the Home Screen lead directly to some of these folders (Video, Music, Photo.) and they may no longer work correctly if the folders are deleted or renamed.
If your computer asks for a driver or an installation CD when you connect your archos, then you must use the PC Hard Drive mode.
Windows Me, 2000 and XP (PC Hard Drive Mode Only) Follow the previous steps to connect the ARCHOS device, and select PC Hard Drive as the connection mode. The ARCHOS will be recognized as a mass storage device (Hard Drive) and will appear in My Computer. You can now use the ARCHOS like any other external hard drive.
Mac OS X (PC Hard Drive Mode Only) Your OS X version must have Mass Storage device support. Follow the previous steps to connect the ARCHOS device, and select PC Hard Drive as the connection mode. The ARCHOS will be automatically recognized as a mass storage device (Hard Drive) and mounted on the desktop. You can now use the ARCHOS like any other external hard drive.
Windows XP & WMP10 or higher (Windows MEDIA Device Mode) Verify that no data are being transferred between your ARCHOS device and your computer (the HDD indicator on your ARCHOS device is not flickering). You can unplug the USB cable from your ARCHOS and/or computer. Windows Me, 2000 and XP (PC Hard Drive Mode Only) DO NOT SIMPLY PULL OUT THE CABLE AT ANY TIME! You must remove/unmount the ARCHOS from the computer before disconnecting the USB cable to avoid loss of data or freezing.
usb CONNECTIONs > p. 38
Once all your transfers are finished, click on the safely remove icon in the system tray, next to the clock.
Windows 2000 / ME
Click on the safely remove message.
A message will pop up, telling you that it is now safe to disconnect the device*. You can now safely unplug the USB cable from your ARCHOS device and/or computer.
* If you get a message saying that the device cannot be removed, close any computer program that may still be using data on your device, such as media players or Windows Explorer.
Mac OS X (PC Hard Drive Mode Only) DO NOT SIMPLY PULL OUT THE CABLE AT ANY TIME! You must remove/unmount the ARCHOS from the computer before disconnecting the USB cable to avoid loss of data or freezing. On your desktop, drag the ARCHOS devices icon towards the trashcan, which will turn into a big eject symbol. Drop the icon onto this eject symbol: the ARCHOS hard drive will disappear from the desktop. You can now safely unplug the USB cable from your ARCHOS device and/or computer.
6.2 USB Host Connection
Thanks to the USB Host port, you can connect compatible USB devices to the ARCHOS, in order to transfer files or pictures to your Archos. These devices can be Mass Storage Class (MSC) devices, such as digital cameras, card readers or external hard drives, or digital cameras using the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP). Check your manufacturers information to find out whether your device is an MSC or PTP device. Non Mass Storage Class devices such as printers, Ethernet adapters, mice, keyboards, etc. are not supported.
External Display - choose between Composite / S-Video / Component / RGB. Use this setting based on how you have cabled the video out of your DVR station to your television. - for example, if you are using the yellow video connector as the video out, then select Composite.
LCD Brightness - adjusts the level of brightness of the built-in screen.
If the touchscreen is not responding properly, use the arrows in the bottom left corner of the screen to view the Touch-screen settings. Tap on Calibration and follow the instructions on screen.
If this does not work or if you cannot access the touchscreen settings, you can force the touchscreen calibration (see: System Recovery).
Wallpaper - enables or disables the use of an image background.
SETUP SCREEN > p. 42
Picture name - allows you to select a picture to use as a background image. - you can choose between all default backgrounds and images that you have previously set as wallpapers. - you can also set a picture as wallpaper from the photo and video modes. Theme - defines the theme color for your icons (and for the background, if you have disabled use of a wallpaper). Font color - defines the font color. Previous settings - tap on this to discard any changes you may have made since entering this screen.
7.4 Clock Settings
Time Format - choose between 12h or 24h mode. Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute - sets the current date & time
If you use the optional DVR station to schedule video recordings on your TV system, make sure that the time and date are set correctly!
7.5 Power Settings
These settings will help you save battery power, thus allowing a longer battery autonomy. You can adjust settings for both battery operation and power supply operation (when the ARCHOS is powered by the AV charger/adapter).
SETUP SCREEN > p. 43
Power Off - the amount of time of user inactivity before the system shuts down. - the system will not shut down during a slideshow, audio/video playback, audio/video recording, USB connection or while watching Digital TV. Backlight Off - the amount of time of user inactivity before the LCD display turns off. - the display will not turn off while a video or slideshow is playing, or when you are watching Digital TV.
Power supply operation
Standby - the amount of time of user inactivity before the system goes into Standby mode. Backlight Off - the amount of time of user inactivity before the LCD display turns off. - the display will not turn off while a video or slideshow is playing, or when you are watching Digital TV.
or until the entire
Optional Functionalities > p. 48
Widescreen - options: Auto/On/Off. - If your tuner (cable box, satellite receiver, etc.) outputs a video signal in widescreen, you can force the ARCHOS to recognize this signal. - This should be set to On if recordings show people that look unusually tall and thin. But in most cases you can just leave it on Auto. Bitrate - options: 500kb/s, 1000kb/s, 1500kb/s, 2000kb/s, 2500kb/s. - use this to set the encoding quality. - the higher the encoding rate, the higher the image quality but also more hard drive space will be used.
Sampling - options: 32kHz, 48kHz. - the sound sampling rate. The higher value gives a higher quality sound but will take up more space on the hard drive. Brightness - adjusts the recorded image brightness. Contrast - adjusts the recorded image contrast. Saturation - use this to de-emphasize or saturate the colors in the recorded image. Hue - changes the color spectrum in the recorded image. Reset - changes the above settings to the default settings.
The ARCHOS recording system is designed to respect the Macrovision copyright protection system. If the source of your video is copy-protected, the device will record in protected mode. You will see a P icon on the recording screen (not during playback), indicating that the file will be a protected file. Protected files can only be played back on the ARCHOS device that created them, and not on a computer. The playback of protected files is also limited to the built-in LCD screen and cannot be displayed on an external television.
Optional Functionalities > p. 49
8.3Editing Video Files
Video files recorded with the ARCHOS DVR Station or Travel Adapter can be edited by deleting the sections you do not wish included. The editing you can do is either cropping or cutting of particular segments of the video file. You will mark a segment of your video file, and then you will tell the ARCHOS to delete everything except the marked segment or to delete the marked segment from the video file. These operations can be done multiple times on the same video file. Once finished, you will have the option to save the edit marks with the video or to write a new video file. If you save your file with edit marks, you can always go back and change your edits at another time. The actual video information is not deleted. On the other hand, you can write a new file which will only include the video parts that you specified in the edit session. This file will be smaller but you can never un-edit it.
You have recorded a music video program and would like to keep one single music presentation. The rest of the television recording you do not care to keep.
Beginning of recording
Music video section to keep
End of recording
1. Open the video file you want to edit and pause it (See: Playing Video). 2. In the progression bar, tap where the section you want to keep begins (a), and select the Set a mark-in here menu item. 3. Forward to the end of the desired section (b), and select the Set a mark-out here menu item. 4. Choose the Keep selected part menu item , which will delete everything except the designated section.
You have recorded a television program but would like to remove certain sections before the program started, parts during the program, and the program afterwards because you had recorded a little extra.
1. Open the video file you want to edit and pause it (See: Playing Video). 2. In the progression bar, tap where the first section you want to delete begins (a), and select the Set a mark-in here menu item. Forward to the end of the first undesired section (b), and select the Set a mark-out here menu item. Choose the Remove selected part menu item, and this part of the recording will be cut out. 3. Tap where the second section you want to delete begins (c), and select the Set a mark-in here menu item. Forward to the end of the second undesired section (d), and select the Set a mark-out here menu item. Choose the Remove selected part menu item, and this section will be cut out. 4. Do the same for the other section(s) that you want to cut out.
If you want to keep the edit points and be able to re-edit another time, choose the Save edit menu item. If you want to save the edited file as a new individual file, choose the Save edit as a new file menu item. A confirmation screen will pop up. If you want to cancel the edit points and restart editing, choose the Cancel changes and restart edit menu item.
Optional Functionalities > p. 50
8.4Setting the Scheduler for dvr recordings
If you would like to make a scheduled recording from a different video source connected to the optional DVR Station, you can use the normal scheduler screen. You can program up to twenty different recordings up to one month in advance. The specific device you will be recording from (cable box, satellite box, etc.) must first be setup (one time procedure) with the TV control Settings. See: The Infrared Emitter. From the Home Screen, tap on the TV Scheduler icon to highlight it and tap on it again to enter the Scheduler screen.
Tune device Code (one code available) - Some manufacturers use only one code for all of their products. The code does not change from one model to another or from one year to another. - In this case, there will only be one single code available. You can now test the channel select. Tune device Code (multiple codes available) - Some makers of video equipment dont use the same set of control codes for all of their products. They have various code sets for various models and various years. - You will have to try each of the codes to find out which code works with your device. In the example screen, you see the code V619. If this code does not work when doing the Test channel select, advance it to the next code and then test to see if that next code works. Test ON/OFF - When you tap on the Test On/Off button, the ARCHOS device will send a signal to the infrared emitter and turn your device on or off. Tap this test button again and your device should change from on to off or off to on. - If tapping on this button does not turn your device on or off, try the next code for your device: see Tune device Code (multiple codes available). - If none of the codes work, check that the DVR Station is positioned in a way that allows the IR signal to reach your tuner devices receiver. Note: In some rare cases the ON/OFF functionality may not work.
Optional Functionalities > p. 54
Test channel select - When you tap on the Test channel select button, the ARCHOS device will send a signal through the DVR Stations infrared emitter and change the channel on your tuner (VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver). - If the Number of digits parameter is set to three, it will try to select channel 123. If that parameter is set to 2, it will send the code for channel 12. If your tuner does not change channels when you tap on this test button, try the next code for your device: see Tune device Code (multiple codes available). Key: -/-- Set this to On if normally, you have to press this same key on your devices remote control in order to select a channel. Number of digits - Set the number of digits that your device can recognize for a channel. Example: Set to 3 if you need to choose a channel greater than channel 99. Key: Enter - Set this to On if normally, you have to press the OK button on your devices remote control after you enter the channel number. Example: If you normally press 1, 3, OK for channel 13, then you would need to set this parameter to On. Key Delay - Change the delay between the emission of each digit of a channel. You may need to adjust this if the ARCHOS device seems to send only half the digits of a channel or more digits of a channel. Example: Adjust the key delay and retest channel select if it sends channel 2 instead of 12 or sends 112 instead of 12.
These last four parameters (Tune channel select) usually do not need to be set. Keep the default values to start with.
8.6Recording Audio (external source)
You can record audio from an external line-level analog source if you use the optional DVR Station or DVR Travel Adapter. In the Home Screen, tap on the AudioCorder icon to highlight it, then tap again on it to display the pre-recording screen.
All audio recordings made by your ARCHOS device are saved in the Music/(Rec) folder. If you wish to keep them in a different location, you can use the Move menu item of the ARCHOS file browser after recording (see: Using the Browser). The icon appears in the status bar while recording. Audio files recorded by your ARCHOS device will be tagged as follows: Artist = (Archos: Audio Recordings), Album = (Rec).
AudioCorder settings screen
You can access the AudioCorder Settings screen via the Settings menu item. This screen allows you to adjust audio input settings for your recordings. Tap on the / buttons to select a different setting for a parameter.
Optional Functionalities > p. 55
Set Title - allows you to give a personalized title to the recording (See: Using the Virtual Keyboard). Format - you can choose between PCM (uncompressed) and ADPCM (compressed) WAV format. Sampling - choose the sample rate for your recording (a higher rate gives higher sound quality but a larger file). Y
Connect the AV cable to an audio source (hi-fi, turntable, boombox, etc.) and then the other end to the IN connector of the DVR Station or DVR Travel Adapter. 1. In the pre-recording screen, adjust the recording level using not the recording volume). 2. Choose the Start recording menu item to start recording. 3. You can pause and resume your recording at any time. 4. Tap on to stop recording. / ( / only adjust the headphones volume,
You can also start recording to a new file directly by choosing the Save file and start a new recording menu item while you are recording.
Be careful that the source audio is supplying a line-level and not an amplified signal (turning down the volume of the player will work if you are using the headphone out signal of your audio device). A signal that is amplified too much will result in a terribly distorted recording.
Technical Specifications > p. 56
40GB* Hard Drive to store up to 50 Movies(1), 400,000 photos(1) or 20,000 songs(1). Record up to 20 hours(2) of digital terrestrial TV programming.
7 TFT Touchscreen (800x480 pixels), 260,000 colors.
Built-in DTT (Digital Terrestrial TV) diversity receiver UHF frequency 474 to 858 MHz - with built-in antennas (inside cover flap).
Recorded MPEG-2 TS(2). MPEG-4(3) (ASP@L5 AVI, up to DVD resolution). WMV (MP@ML, up to DVD resolution). With optional software plug-ins (available on www.archos.com): - H.264 up to DVD resolution and AAC sound. - MPEG-2 MP@ML up to 10 Mbps (up to DVD resolution) and AC3 stereo sound.
Stereo MP3 decoding @ 30-320 Kbits/s CBR & VBR, WMA, Protected WMA, WAV (PCM/ADPCM). With optional software plug-ins (available on www.archos.com): - AAC(4) stereo audio files. - AC3 stereo sound files.
JPEG, BMP, PNG. Transfer photos directly from your digital camera.
Reads PDF documents. May not implement all PDF features.
From Built-in digital TV tuner MPEG-2 TS(2) Format PAL/NTSC/SECAM sources with optional DVR Station or DVR Travel Adapter in MPEG-4 SP and stereo audio, optimized resolution for TV up to 640x480 @ 30 f/s, in AVI format.
Via the optional DVR Travel Adapter or DVR Station: stereo line-in, WAV (IMA ADPCM or PCM) format.
USB 2.0 High-Speed Device (compatible USB 1.1): Mass Storage Class (MSC) and Media Transport Protocol (MTP). USB 2.0 Host : Mass Storage Class (MSC) and Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP).
3.5 mm mini jack for headphones or TV output (PAL & NTSC). DC-in to connect power adapter/charger. Mini B for USB 2.0 computer connection. Mini A for USB 2.0 host connection. Docking connectors to connect optional DVR Station (records from composite and S-video sources). Infrared port for remote control. Antennas connetor.
Music playback time: up to 25 hours(6). Video playback time: up to 4.5 hours(6) on built-in LCD.
Technical Specifications > p. 57
Internal: Removable Lithium-Ion Polymer battery. External: Power adapter/charger.
Download firmware updates from www.archos.com.
Dimensions & weight
Approx. 182 x 128 x 20 mm; 7.05 x 4.96 x 7.75. Approx. 644 gr.; 22.71 oz.
ARCHOS 704 TV, headphones, USB 2.0 cable, USB 2.0 host adapter, DVR Station saddle, 2 styli, A/V cable, remote control, cable for home antenna, power adapter/charger, flap with 2 built-in antennas, protective pouch, Quick Start Guide, legal and safety notice.
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