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1 ARCHOS MOBILE VIDEO RECORDER AV 700 SERIES
Video Player & Recorder / Music Player & Recorder / Photo Viewer / USB 2.0 Hard Drive
English Language User Manual
User Manual for ARCHOS AV 700 series Version 1.6 Please visit our website to download the most recent manual and software for this product
Dear Customer, ARCHOS thanks you for your choice of this exciting AV 700 product. The AV 700 is designed to be the companion to your home entertainment system. With the docking pod connected to your television, you can easily connect your AV 700 to the pod as desired. Optionally, you can connect it to your computer with the included USB Cable. By connecting to a computer, you get the advantage of being able to download legal music and video content from the Internet. Since it is a PlaysForSure device, you have a wide choice of music and video content available on the Internet. For more information about the PlaysForSure program, see www.playsforsure.com. This manual will explain, in detail, the functionality of your device. The better you know how to use it, the more enjoyment you will get from it. Remember, with the AV 700, you can Play MPEG-4 & WMV video les on the built-in screen, a television or video projector Record and edit MPEG-4 video les from a television or other video device Listen to MP3, WMA, or WAV music les or PlaysForSure downloaded music les Record music les into digital format directly from your hi- without a computer Synchronize your Windows Media Player music and video library to your AV 700 View JPEG and BMP digital photos and create slide shows Copy Pictures from your digital camera via the built in host USB port Store.DOC,.PDF, or any type of data le its a portable hard drive too!
We wish you many years of enjoyment from your AV 700 product. Please do register your product at our website www.archos.com/register/products.html 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 Video, Music, and Photo experience, The ARCHOS TEAM
Please take the time to read though this manual. There are many things that this device can do that you may not be aware of.
Table of contents
INTRO Buttons and Connections INTRO First Time Usage 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.3.1 3.Plugging in the AC Adapter Turning on the AV 700 Shutting off the AV 700 and Battery saving features Changing the Interface Language Foreign Character Sets Caring for the AV 700 Hardware Reset Video Playback Action Icons Resume Function 8 11
VIDEO Playing Video Files
VIDEO Playing Video Files from the Internet 4.1 Protected Internet Video content 4.1 Non Protected Internet Video Content
VIDEO Recording Video Files 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Setting the Recording Parameters Where is the Recording Saved? Copy Protection Manually Setting the Scheduler
VIDEO Automated Yahoo! TV Recording Scheduler VIDEO Setting the Infrared Emitter Code 7.1 7.2 Part 1: Choose your Device and Brand Part 2: Finding the Right Emitter Codes
VIDEO Editing Video Files VIDEO Creating MPEG-4 Video Files with your Computer 9.1 9.2 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 10.11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 Installing the PC Software Using MPEG-4 Translator Button Control Play Screen Icons Browsing through your Music Library Playing Through your Stereo System Setting a Bookmark The Resume Function Synchronizing Music from Windows Media Player (WMP) to the AV 700 Comparison of Windows Media Player 10 to Windows Media Player 9 Transferring your CD collection to the AV 700 Installing Windows Media Player 9 (WMP9) Installing Windows Media Player 10 (WMP10)
10 MUSIC Playing Music Files
MUSIC Putting Music onto your AV 700
12 MUSIC Playlists Playing a Playlist Creating a Playlist Saving a Playlist Adding songs to a Playlist while listening to Music Cable Connections for Audio Recording Recording Procedure Where is the Recording Saved? Audio Editing
Foreign Character Sets
You have the possibility to display your le names, folder names, and music tags in various character sets (ex: Korean, Japanese, Simplied Chinese, etc.). You can nd the language les CodePage_name.4FZ in the font folder under /Data/Asian Fonts on the AV 700 hard drive or on the ARCHOS website under the heading Software. If, for example, you would like to have the Korean language display, then you would copy the le CP949.4FZ into the folder /system on the AV 700 and shut down and restart the AV 700. File names, folder names, and music tags written using the Microsoft codepage for the language will now be displayed in that character set. Only one.4FZ can be used at a time, thus you should only put one.4FZ le into the /system folder. When an.4FZ language le is used, the interface language will be set to English.
Caring for the AV 700
The ARCHOS Video AV 700 is an electronic product that needs to be treated with more care than typical consumer electronic products. Do not subject it to shock. Do not subject it to heat. Keep it ventilated by keeping it on its feet with the fold-out stand (especially when connected to a computer). Keep the AV 700 away from water and excessively humid areas.
Keep the AV 700 away from high electromagnetic elds. Keep any connected cords to the AV 700 neatly arranged. This light product could fall if a cord is accidentally pulled by a child. Do not open up the AV 700. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Opening will void your warranty.
In the event that your AV 700 freezes operation (due to electrostatic phenomena for example), you can actuate a hardware reset by holding down on the STOP/ESC button for 15 seconds. In normal operation, the STOP/ESC button will shut down the AV 700 after being held down for 3 seconds.
Click on the Video icon in the main menu, highlight the desired video le, and then click on PLAY/GO. The thumbnail images on the right side will show you a frame from the highlighted video le (center) as well as a frame from the le above and the le below the highlighted one. By clicking on the Video icon in the main menu, you will enter into a video only mode. Other playable le types, for example music les, that may be in this folder are only listed if you enter the folder via the Browser. To watch your videos on a television, you must hold down the LCD/TV button for two seconds (or click on the TV button on the remote control). The AV 700 screen will go black and the video will be sent out to your connected television. Switch your television to auxiliary video input (often found just below channel 1 sometimes called L1 or L2). If you dont see a clear color image, you may have to set your AV 700 to your local television standard (NTSC-North America or PAL-Europe) in / Display from the main menu.
Button controls while playing a video le Vol + Vol Rew. FF HSR HSA O X
Vol. + ol. l H HSA Rew. HSR Vol. FF F >I X
Increase volume Decrease volume Fast Forward Fast forward High speed reverse High speed advance Play/Pause Stop
Video Browser Action Icons
Hide the Thumbnails Reset thumbnails. The thumbnail images on the right side of the screen will be reset to their original default setting.
Video Playback Action Icons
While a video le is playing, click on the Select action button. The action icons on the right of the screen allow you to make video adjustments to your personal taste. Play & Sound Settings Use this setting if you would like to have the video les play one after the other, or just play one and stop. You can also adjust the sound settings and the amount of time the On Screen Display (OSD) information remains on the screen when you start a video le. Built-in Speakers Turn on or off the built-in loud speakers. Slow Motion Put the video into slow-motion view. You can cycle through the values Normal , , , and 1/8 speed. The sound is muted when in slow motion. While in slow mode and paused, you can step image per image with the RIGHT button. Set Screen Format Video les come in various aspect ratios. That is, they can be TV sized (almost a square image), or in cinema size (much longer than high). To change the screen to your personal tastes, the following screen format options are available.
Auto Format Maximized Image Full Picture Format Set a Book mark If you are watching a video and would like to place a bookmark in it in order to continue from this point at another time, you can use the Bookmark function. Highlight the icon and click on the Select action button. This will set a bookmark in the video le at the current position. You can only set one bookmark per le. When you look at the le in your browser, it will have a yellow check mark on its icon indicating that this le has a bookmark set within it. You can have a maximum of 16 les book-marked. Setting more bookmarks will then start to erase the oldest bookmarks. The next time you play this video le, you will be presented with three options: Resume Ignore Clear Save as Thumbnail Save the current image on the screen as the video les thumbnail in the Video browser view. Start playing from the book-marked position. Keep the bookmark but start playing from the very beginning. Clear the bookmark from this le and start playing from the very beginning. Default mode. Adjusts the video size to best adapt to the built-in screen or television. Enlarge the image to ll the screen (LCD or TV). Sides may get slightly cut in this mode. The entire picture will always be seen on the television and the built-in screen. No cutting.
You can also use the software MPEG-4 Translator included on the AV 700 hard drive to re-encode your video les into the proper MPEG-4 SP format that the AV 700 can play. See the chapter Video creating MPEG-4 video les with your computer for more details.
VIDEO Recording Video Files
With your TV docking pod properly connected to a VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver, making a recording is a simple affair. See the relevant chapter for instructions on connecting the TV docking pod to your television system. Pre-record Screen 1. Select VideoCorder on the main menu screen. In the prerecord screen, you should see movement on the sound level bar indicating that sound will be recorded. Adjust the sound level by clicking the LEFT/RIGHT buttons. Before starting the recording, you can adjust the recording parameters via the Setup action icon.
Setup Parameters 2. In most situations, the video recording will work ne without your having to adjust the settings. However, by selecting the recording settings , you have access to a number of parameters that you can change before you start the recording. See the table below for descriptions.
During Recording 3. Click on the PLAY/PAUSE button to start the recording. While recording, you will see the length of time of the recording in the top left of the screen as well as a red record indicator. Click on the PLAY/PAUSE button again to pause the recording. Click on the STOP/ESC button to stop the recording. The AV 700 will take a few seconds to complete the proper saving of the.AVI video le.
Setting the Recording Parameters
You can set the recording parameters manually to suit your specic needs. Click the action icon in the VideoCorders pre-recording screen. Rename Auto Stop Rec Allows you to change the lename before the recording begins. On, Off. If set to On, the AV 700 will stop recording after the duration set in the next line. For example, you want to record a television show for two hours but do not want to stay around for the two hours to stop the recording. A recording that you start manually will last for 2 hours. If set to Off, the recording will continue until you click on the stop button or until the entire hard drive lls up. This is the duration of time your manual recording will last if Auto Stop Rec above is set to On. This is a safety margin added to the beginning of a scheduled recording which was set via the My Yahoo! TV scheduler of your personal Yahoo! calendar. It affects ONLY these recordings. This is just in case the clocks between your AV 700 and the broadcast station are different or if the broadcast station starts earlier than expected. This is a safety margin added to the end of a scheduled recording which was set via the My Yahoo! TV scheduler of your personal calendar. It affects ONLY these recordings. This is just in case the clocks between your AV 700 and the broadcast station are different or if the broadcast station runs overtime.
The AV 700 video recording system is designed to respect the Macrovision copyright protection system. If the source of your video is copy protected, the AV 700 will record in protected mode. You will see a P icon on the recording screen (not during playback) indicating that the le will be a protected le. Protected les can only be played back on the AV 700 that created it. The le will not play on a computer. Further, the playback of protected les will be limited to the built-in LCD screen and not to an external television.
Manually Setting the Scheduler
If you would like to make a video recording for a future date or time, you can use the scheduler. You can nd it in the main menu. You can program up to twenty different recordings up to one month in advance. Once you program your dates and times of recording, press the action button OK to set them. You must now put your AV 700 into standby mode by pressing on the red Standby/wake-up button on your ARCHOS remote control or just leave it alone. If left alone, the AV 700 will go on standby itself after a few minutes.
1. Click the Scheduler icon. 2. Select the line you want to edit using the UP and DOWN buttons, then click RIGHT to start editing. 3. Set each line to the desired date, time (and channel if you are using the Infrared emitter to control your VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver). 4. Click on the bottom action icon Edit program title and give a name of your choosing. Click on the save icon to save the program. Click on the STOP/ESC button to return to the previous screen. 5. DO NOT shut off the AV 700! Set the AV 700 to Standby (red standby button on remote control) or go back to the main menu screen and allow it to automatically (after a couple minutes of inactivity) go into standby mode.
Empty Scheduler, ready to be programmed. Once a valid record time is entered, and the save button pressed, the empty box will get a green checkmark.
Scheduler after having been set. The --- Current means that the AV 700 will record the current video signal (no channel changing). This is for people who do not use the stick-on infrared emitter.
Notes about setting the Scheduler. The scheduler automatically reorganizes the recording events chronologically. In order for a scheduled recording to start, you must leave the AV 700 in the main menu screen or set it to standby mode (press Standby button on remote control). That is, if you are listening to music, watching a video, or looking at photos on your AV 700, it will not interrupt you in order to go make the scheduled recording. If you have connected and will be using the IR Emitter system (see the TV Docking Pod chapter as well as the chapter Setting the Infrared Emitter code below) with a video cassette recorder (VCR) please note that in order for the IR Emitter to properly control the VCR, your VCR should not be left in sleep mode. When the AV 700 user interface is in English, the Date format is set to Month/Day.
Notes: If the TV programs from your personal calendar do not seem to be correctly copied to the AV 700 scheduler, go to the ARCHOS web site to make sure that have the very latest version of the AV 700 rmware. Update your rmware (Operating System) as explained in the chapter Updating the AV 700 rmware Operating System. If you change your Yahoo! personal calendar by deleting some TV programs and adding new ones, only the new programs will be added to the AV 700 scheduler when you save the html le to the AV 700. If you want to delete scheduled items, you must do this in the AV 700 scheduler itself. Missed recordings (because you did not have the AV 700 connected to the docking pod at the record time) will be deleted from the scheduler. If a personal calendar recording event does not nd the station name in your list of channels, it will put the event into the scheduler and mark it with a ?, indicating that you must assign a channel number to the name. Move the cursor to the line containing the ?, and click on the action icon Set Channel. You can now scroll through the channel numbers and assign a number to the station name for that event. You only have to do this once. The AV 700 will keep the station name and its channel number.
VIDEO Setting the Infrared Emitter Code
This is a one time step to set your AV 700 to send the correct infrared codes to control your video cassette recorder, cable box, or satellite receiver. This is done so that the AV 700, via the TV docking pod, can turn on and off your video device and also change its channels. If you do not plan on making scheduled recordings, then you do not need to install the IR emitter or set the infrared emitter code.
Before beginning this procedure of setting the emitter code, your AV 700 must be connected to the TV docking pod, the pod powered with the charger/adapter, and the IR emitter connected to the pod. Hold the IR Emitter in front of the IR receptor (remote control reception panel on your tuner) so that the IR Emitter can control your device. See the chapter Connecting the TV Docking Pod to your Television System section Connection 5 : the Infrared Emitter of this manual if you do not know where the IR receptor on your VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver is located. Once you have veried that the AV 700 is controlling your VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver, (explained below) you can peal off the white ring protecting the adhesive, and stick the IR emitter to your device.
Your tuner may be your VCR, cable box, or satellite receiver.
7.1 Part 1: Choose your Device and Brand
Select the Settings action icon and click on the TV Control icon. 1. Select the type of device that you will stick your IR Emitter to. You have the choice of either a VCR (video cassette recorder), Cable Box, or Satellite Receiver. 2. Select the brand of your device. 3. Click on Tune IR Emitter button. 4. The TV Channels button allows you to give names to each channel. For example, if channel 6 is CNN where you live, then you can give channel 6 that name in this screen. Or, if you use the My Yahoo! personal calendar to set your recording scheduler, the AV 700 will allow you to assign a channel number to a station name given from your scheduled TV programs. (see the chapter Automated Yahoo! TV Recording Scheduler for details).
Installing Windows Media Player 9 (WMP9)
If you have Windows ME or Windows 2000, you should use Windows Media Player 9. You can visit the Microsoft Website to download the very latest version, or install the version found on the AV 700 itself in the folder /Data/PC Installation.
Installing Windows Media Player 10 (WMP10)
You must be running Windows XP (Service Pack 1 or higher) in order to install Windows Media Player 10. Please visit the Microsoft Website www.playsforsure.com to download and install the very latest version.
A Playlist is a list of songs that the AV 700 will automatically play one after the other. The AV 700 can load one Playlist at a time into its internal memory. You can create new Playlists, add or delete songs from a Playlist, or Save a Playlist to be used another time. There is no limit to the number of Playlists you can save on the AV 700 hard drive. Playlists are indicated by a special list icon (circled icon to the left).
12.1 Playing a Playlist
To play a Playlist, you simply scroll to the Playlist, such as Sample Playlist shown to the left, and click on PLAY. The list of songs will be loaded into the internal memory of the AV 700 and then be displayed in a separate panel. Click on PLAY and the songs will be played in the order shown. To shufe the music entries in a random order, you can click on the Manage Playlist action icon, then choose Shufe. If you delete a Playlist from your AV 700, you are only deleting the list and not the music itself.
12.2 Creating a Playlist
To create a Playlist, select the Open Playlist panel action icon while you are in the Music browser. A second panel will open on the right side to display the Playlist contents. 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. Once the song is highlighted, click on the RIGHT or ENTER button or select the Add to Playlist action icon to add it to the Playlist. The song will be added to the Playlist and a small mark next to the music icon will be made to indicate that it is in the Playlist. Continue searching and adding songs in this manner until you are satised. You can select the Add or Insert action buttons
when highlighting a folder, artist, or album. All the contents of the folder, artist, or album will be added (that is, appended) or inserted before the selected song in the current Playlist. You can jump back and forth between the browser and the Playlist by selecting the Focus buttons. A Playlist can have a maximum of 5000 songs. We recommend that you save your Playlists.
12.3 Saving a Playlist
It is recommended that each time you create a Playlist, you save it to a separate folder called Playlists. These lists take very little space on your hard drive and if well named, give you easy access to your favorite songs. Go to the Playlist by selecting Music from the main menu and then select the Open Playlist panel action icon. You will then see the list of songs in the current Playlist. Use the action button to focus on the right panel, then select the Manage Playlists action icon, and select Save. ATTENTION: Make sure that your left panel is the Playlists folder because the open panel on the left is the location the AV 700 will be saving your Playlist to. Save Close Rename Clear Shufe Saves the current playlist to the folder open in the left panel. The * after the Playlist name indicates that this playlist has not been saved. Clears the Playlist and closes the Playlist panel. Renames the current playlist. Clears the contents of the current playlist. Randomly shufes the order of the songs in the current playlist.
The following Playlist action icons are also available Icon: Remove Track Icon: Move track
Will delete the highlighted song from the Playlist. It will not delete the actual song itself from your hard drive, just from the current Playlist. Allows you to change the place in the list of the highlighted song. Click on Move and then click on UP or DOWN to move the song up or down the list. Click OK when nished.
Important: Once you save a Playlist it is important that you do not move or rename the actual music les since the Playlist searches in the original le location. If you need to move your music les to a different folder, youll have to recreate your Playlist.
12.4 Adding songs to a Playlist while listening to Music
This can only be done if you have entered your Music folder via the Music icon and not by the general browser. To add the song you are listening to or any other song to the current Playlist, do the following: While playing a song, choose the action icon Playlist Editor. A new window will open with two panels, the hard drive contents on the left, and the Playlist on the right. Select the Focus on the left panel action icon to go to the hard drive browser panel. Select the song or folder of songs to add, then click PLAY or the action icon Add to Playlist. Click ESC to return to the playing screen. Remember to save your changes before closing the Playlist.
MUSIC Recording Music
With the AV 700 series, you do not need a computer to create digital music les. It is capable of recording from any standard analog line source (ex: HiFi system, Boombox, CD Player, etc) into a standard Windows.WAV format, either PCM (uncompressed) or ADPCM (compressed).
13.1 Cable Connections for Audio Recording
If you are using the TV docking pod, then you will have to plug the Red and White connectors of the AV In cable to the output of your Hi or other audio device that you are recording from.
If you are using the optional multi-connect adapter (can be purchased from the ARCHOS web site) and an AV cable, you should plug the AV cable into the AV In side of the adapter, and then plug the adapter into the AV 700.
13.2 Recording Procedure
Before the actual audio recording begins, there is a pre-recording screen which will allow you to adjust your recording settings. 1. On the main screen, select AudioCorder then click on ENTER.
2. In the pre-recording screen, adjust the recording level* by clicking on the LEFT and RIGHT buttons. Click on the record action icon (or Enter button) to start recording. Attention, the rst time recording you should adjust your Settings.
* You should try some test recordings before deciding on which recording level gives the best sound quality. Dont be tricked by the volume of the headphones which can be adjusted independently with the UP and DOWN buttons.
3. Click on the Settings action icon to reveal the recording parameters screen as shown above.
4. Once you have clicked on the Record action icon (or Enter button), you can pause the recording by clicking the Pause action icon (or Enter button) and then stop the recording by clicking on the STOP button.
You can record from any line-level audio source to the AV 700. Be careful that the source audio is supplying a line level and not an amplied signal (turning down the volume on the player will work if you are using the headphone out signal of your audio device). A signal that is amplied too much will make for a terribly distorted recording. Incremental Recording While recording, you will notice the incremental recording action icon. This allows you to create incremental recordings. This means that the current recording stops and a new recording instantly begins. The next recording has an additional number appended to its name. Thus if you create multiple incremental recordings, you might, for example, have les names of REC0000_01, REC0000_02, etc. This is good for recording old cassettes and old vinyl records. You can click on this icon during the blank space between each song. That way, each song of the vinyl disk or audio cassette will be one single music le.
13.3 Where is the Recording Saved?
The default location for audio recordings is the folder called Music. This can be changed though. For example, you click on the Music icon in the main menu and then you choose Browse Hard Drive. Notice that there is the Launch Audiocorder action icon. Each time you use this button to start the Audiocorder application instead of the AudioCorder button on the main menu, you set the recording default location to the current folder. For example, lets say you have a folder called /Music/Vinyls/Soul. If you go to this folder and then make a recording using the action icon, you will set the default record location to this folder. Now, all your recordings you make with the Audiocorder icon will be saved in the folder /Music/Vinyls/Soul.
PHOTO Viewing Photos
The AV 700 series support the viewing of JPEG (.jpg) and Bitmap (.bmp) image formats. Progressive JPEG images are not supported. The AV 700 will resize the image to t on the built-in screen or on a television screen if you choose the television output. When you are in the Photo mode, it means that only les of type JPEG or BMP will be visible in the directory. Other le types will not be visible. The three images on the right are thumbnail sized pictures of the highlighted le (center) and the picture just before and just after the highlighted le.
15.1 Viewing Photos
When you click Enter on a highlighted image le, the AV 700 will display the image in full screen mode. Displayed as a full screen image, you can rotate it, magnify it, or set it as the AV 700 screen background with the Save as Wallpaper function in the File Management action icon.
1 x 1 image
2 x 2 images (Zoom out 1x)
3 x 3 images (Zoom out 2x)
Rotate picture 90 left
View previous photo
View next photo
Rotate picture 90 right Move up the action icon menu to select picture option. Select the Zoom in/out action icon to change the number of photos in the carrousel view. Magnifying Photos Once the picture is displayed in full screen, selecting the Zoom in action icon will magnify the image up to two levels. Each successive click will magnify the picture one more level. You can use your direction buttons to move the picture around in order to see the desired magnied area. The small + signs on the bottom left of the screen indicate the level of magnication, either + or ++. Click on STOP/ESC to go back to an unmagnied view.
15.2 Viewing a slideshow
By clicking on the action icon Play a Slideshow, the AV 700 will present each picture in the current folder for a set amount of time and then go on to the next picture. You can set the amount of time that each picture stays on the screen under the action icon Photo Browser Settings > Picture Pause. This parameter is the number of seconds each picture displays on the screen.
3. There will be a message indicating that it is now safe to disconnect the AV 700. You can now safely unplug the USB cable from your AV 700 and/or computer.
Hard Drive Mode & Macintosh Drag the AV 700 hard drive icon towards the trashcan, the trashcan will become a big arrow as shown in the screen shot to the left. Drop the hard drive icon onto the arrow. The hard drive icon will disappear from the desktop. You can now safely unplug the USB cable from your AV 700 and/or computer.
Connecting Devices to the USB Host Port
Thanks to the USB Host port, you can connect USB Mass Storage Class (MSC) devices such as many digital cameras and external hard drives in order to transfer pictures or data to your AV 700. Check your manufacturers information to nd out whether your device is an MSC device. Non Mass Storage Class devices such as printers, Ethernet adapters, mice, keyboards, etc. are not supported. To connect an MSC device, use the included short USB host adapter.
If your camera follows the Mass Storage Class (MSC) standard for USB connection, then your camera will show up in the le browser as the folder /External USB. If you look in this folder you will see your photos or les. See the chapter on the File Browser for instructions on how to copy les.
From the main screen, select the Settings action icon to reveal the menu items for various settings.
20.1 Sound Settings
If you would like to customize the sound quality, you can adjust the Bass, Treble, and other audio settings to suit your particular taste. Normally you will do this while listening to music so that you can hear the changes you make. Simply click on the Audio Setup action icon while listening to music. Once in the Settings screen, move over to the Sound icon and click again on ENTER. Use LEFT and RIGHT buttons to change a parameters value. You will hear these changes instantly. Use the UP and DOWN buttons to select different parameters. Click on STOP/ESC when nished. You will return to the Setup screen. Click on STOP/ESC again and you will return to the music playing screen.
The Sound Parameters
Volume Bass Treble Balance Bass Boost Reset button
10 levels. Decreases or Increases the low frequencies. 10 levels. Decreases or Increases the high frequencies. 10 levels. Favors the right or left channel of the Stereo signal. 10 levels. Increases the very low frequencies. Re-adjusts all settings to their default values.
20.2 Play Mode Settings
If you would like the AV 700 to play through an entire folder of songs, play songs at random (shufe), or any of the other playing options, you can set these parameters in the PlayMode settings. Click on the Settings action icon from the main menu or while listening to music and then choose PlayMode.
Folder All Single Queue
Play all tracks in the current directory or current album. Play all tracks on the AV 700. Play a single track then stop. While the current song is playing, select the Show ARCLibrary action button, nd the next song you want to play, then click PLAY. This is your queued song. You can only queue one song at a time. See the Playlist section to prepare multiple songs to play. Once the current track is nished playing, your queued track will be played. If you do not queue another track at this time, the AV 700 will play the next song in the directory. Each track in the directory is played for 10 - 90 seconds. This allows a quick sample of each song. If you want to play the whole song, click on the Play button during those rst 15 seconds. The AV 700 will then revert to single directory mode and play the rest of the songs in the directory without scanning.
Font Outline Color scheme Cursor color Previous settings
20.6 Power Settings
These settings will help you to save battery power thus allowing a longer battery autonomy. You can set the AV 700 to conserve power for both modes of operation (when it is powered from the battery, or when it is connected to the AC charger/adapter (DC-Power operation).
Power Off Backlight Off Hard disk
1-9 minutes or Never. The number of minutes of user inactivity (no buttons pressed) before the AV 700 shuts off. During the playback of music or video les, this setting takes effect only after the les are nished playing. 10-90 seconds, Never. The time of user inactivity (no buttons pressed) before the AV 700 turns off the screen to conserve power. During the playback of video les, this setting only takes effect once the le is nished playing. 10-90 seconds. The number of seconds from the time of the last le access before the AV 700 tells the internal hard drive to stop spinning. The longer this time is set, the more often the hard drive is turning and the quicker the response time when accessing les. However, as it is set longer, it will quickly consume your battery. Caution: This setting should only be changed by experienced users. 1-9 minutes, Never. The number of minutes of user inactivity (no buttons pressed) before the AV 700 goes into Standby mode. When powered by the AC charger/adapter (or connected to a powered TV Docking Pod), the AV 700 will not completely shut off. It will go into Standby mode. This way, it can wake up to make a scheduled video recording.
A typical use of these settings is to set the power off, screen off, and hard disk to low values when used in battery mode. When the power adapter is plugged in, you do not need to conserve energy and thus keeping the Power on and the Backlight on makes using the AV 700 more agreeable. Increasing the hard disk value beyond the default may actually discharge the battery even when the Charger/adapter is plugged in. Note also that your unit will run hotter when the backlight and hard drive are on for long periods of time.
20.7 System Settings
The System settings allow you control over the low level parameters of the AV 700.
Avoiding Hearing Damage This product respects the current regulations for limiting the output volume of consumer audio devices to a safe level. By listening to your device with headphones or earbuds at high volumes, you run the risk of permanent damage to your ears. Even if you get used to listening at high volumes and it seems normal to you, you still risk the possibility of damaging your hearing. Reduce the volume of your device to a reasonable level to avoid permanent hearing damage. If you hear ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or shut off your device. This device has been tested with the ARCHOS supplied earphones. Other manufactures earphones may produces volume levels higher or lower than the ARCHOS delivered earphones.
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