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User reviews and opinions
|ADE||4:50pm on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|I recently purchased this lcd tv from the link at a very reasonable price and have found it to be as good or better than many more expensive modals. just bought this yesterday as just moved out and needed a bigger television. was going for a 40in but 32in seemed a more reasonable choise.|
|teluguswan||5:23am on Sunday, October 24th, 2010|
|So far so good, only had it for 3 days but have mastered all the main functions and will try other things as and when I need them or get the time.|
|sellers||11:28am on Sunday, September 26th, 2010|
|Great Viewing This is a super product and Toshiba are to be congratulated for their excellent Customer Service.|
|varun_login||2:32pm on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|Good value for money This is a good TV for the money. Great Picture, especially with HD. Easy to tune etc and good navigation between channels etc. Niggly Problems, But Brilliant Customer Service... My old CRT set fell over in autumn 2008, so I checked out the reviews and bought this.|
|richardj4||8:42am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|Great design; very good black level performance; plenty of features; really vibrant colours. Definitely recommend www.thefreescene.|
|Dave Bolin||2:23pm on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|"I ordered a Haier tv and it came with a broken dvd player. So I sent it back and reordered this beatiful little toshiba. Man am I glad I did.|
|andy_sp1ke||1:59am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|Too Many Niggly Problems... My old CRT set fell over in autumn 2008, so I checked out the reviews and bought this.|
|Ciera123||1:31am on Saturday, May 15th, 2010|
|Picture average quality, too many adjustments and technical details on colour, picture settings.|
|miostu||9:28am on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|i recently got this t.v. and have had a about 3 days, the freeview picture is very good consindering it is in standard defintion. tried for two days to get solid review for this tv and could only find two weak ones. so i will give you one.|
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a LCD/TV button Hold down to switch between the LCD and an external TV display b USB 2.0 Full speed USB Host port to connect compatible devices c Multi-connect jack* for headphones, TV Docking Pod, and AV in/out connections d USB 2.0 High speed device port (USB 1.1 compatible) to connect to your computer e Power Connector (Use only the supplied ARCHOS power charger/adapter) f Battery latch
*an optional traveler kit multi-connect adapter and AV cable is available for purchase. This will allow you record video away from home without using the TV Docking pod.
INTRO First Time Usage
Plugging in the AC Adapter
Use only the included ARCHOS charger/adapter. You can charge the internal battery of the AV 700 by plugging the included adapter/charger directly into the device, or you can charge it by plugging the adapter/charger into the TV Docking Pod and connecting your AV 700 to the Docking Pod. Before using for the rst time, charge the batteries completely. The charge indicator (CHG) light just below the navigation pad will start to blink when the battery is charged.
Turning on the AV 700
Hold the PLAY/ON button for 3 seconds. The green On indicator light will turn on. Be patient, it will take a few seconds for the operating system to boot up. If the unit shuts off after holding the ON button for several seconds, plug in the ARCHOS adapter/charger to make sure the batteries get charged.
Shutting off the AV 700 and Battery saving features
To shut off the unit, press and hold the STOP/ESC/OFF button for 3 seconds. In the Power menu [Display setup screen Power: Battery Operation] there is a Power Off parameter. It is factory set to 6 minutes. Thus, if your AV 700 is idle for 6 minutes, it will shut itself off. This setting can be changed from one to nine minutes or to never. In the Power menu [Display setup screen Power: Battery Operation] there is a Backlight Off parameter to save battery power (the lighting of the screen consumes a lot of the battery power). It is factory set to 60 seconds. That is, if the AV 700 is not being used, the screen will shut off in order to save battery life. To turn the screen back on, just click once on any button. See the section Power in the Settings chapter for a complete explanation.
2.4 Changing the Interface Language
The AV 700 interface can be set to English (default), French, Spanish, German, or Russian. Using the UP action button, highlight the Settings icon (showing a wrench) and then click the center SELECT action button. Highlight the Display icon and click the PLAY/ENTER button. Highlight the Language parameter using the UP/DOWN buttons. Click the RIGHT or LEFT button to choose the desired language. The language displayed will change immediately. Click on the STOP/ESC button to return to the Setup page and again to return to the main menu screen.
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
VIDEO Playing Video Files from the Internet
When using Windows Media Player 10, you will have the advantage of being able to download protected video content from the Internet. When you see the PlaysForSure symbol on a web site for Windows Portable Media Center (PMC)*, then these protected downloads will be playable on your AV 700.
4.1 Protected Internet Video content
If you check the PlaysForSure website (www.playsforsure.com) you will nd web retailers who offer rental, subscription, or purchasable video content. Remember, web sites must carry the PlaysForSure symbol in order for their videos to play on the AV 700.
Non Protected Internet Video Content
The AV 700 plays.AVI les that are encoded in MPEG-4 format. It can play such video les at a maximum size of 720 x 576 pixels (25 frames/second). It can also play.WMV les (WMV9 SP) up to a maximum size of 352 x 288**. The AV 700 will not directly play les of type.mov,.mpg, or.mpeg. The number of encoding and compression schemes currently used to create video les is very extensive and seems to change on a weekly basis. There are so many standards and formats that it is very possible that the video le you download from the Internet will not play right away on your device. Due to certain variations, even when video les are formatted in MPEG-4 they may not play right away. If you have some video les that do not play directly on your AV 700, they will have to be converted rst. Windows Media Player 10 (Available only for Windows XP) will convert your video le automatically when you sync the le that is on your PC to the AV 700. It will display a little message converting.
* MPEG-4: ISO standard by Moving Picture Experts Group ; AVI: audio/video le container by Microsoft. MPEG4 SP with B-frames AVI up to 704x480@30f/s NTSC or 720x576@25f/s PAL. ** Microsoft WMV9 SP up to 352x288@30f/s and 800 kb/s ; supports WM DRM.
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.
Change Settings Next, you can change the parameters (Change Settings) of the encoder to adjust the level of quality of the nal image. Like MP3 music, the higher the bit rate setting is made, the higher the quality of the music, or video in this case, that you will get. However, this will also take up more space on your hard drive. A setting of 900 kbps will give you a nice looking image for viewing on a television. For near DVD quality, you can set it up to 1200 kbps.
Target & Priority If the AV 700 device is not listed, select ARCHOS Default. You will see a Priority box appear. This control is to allow you to select which feature of the video to be guarded. If for example you are re-encoding a video le that is 800x600 in resolution and 30 frames per second, this is beyond the maximum resolution that the AV 700 can play. Thus, the MPEG-4 Translator program will have to decrease the resolution. Choosing LCD optimizes the nal video format for viewing on the built in LCD screen. Choosing the TV option will optimize the movie to keep the highest possible frame rate. You can see what the size and frame rate will be by looking at the Video Image Size : Destination parameters. When choosing TV, it is understood that the output will be optimized for a television, and not the built-in screen. Start Click on Start and the program will call Virtual Dub to start processing the video. Depending on the power and speed of your computer, this could take real time (a 60 minute long video re-encoded in about 60 minutes) or much longer. As shown to the left, you will see the progress as it processes the video le. If the Start button is grayed out, it would be for one of two reasons. 1) The source le is not a true AVI le. Even if the le name ends with.avi, the internal le data determines if it is truly an AVI le. 2) The Virtual Dub program was not located when MPEG-4 Translator was started up. Close the program, restart it, and make sure you locate the Virtual Dub program.
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MUSIC Playing Music Files
When you click on the music icon in the main screen, you will be sent directly to the ARCLibrary. From here you can choose to either browse your music by the le system (Browse hard drive) or by music characteristics (Album, Artist, title, Genre, Year). Use the LEFT, RIGHT, UP, and DOWN buttons to locate one of the factory installed music samples and then click on PLAY. If you hear nothing at rst, make sure you have adjusted the volume control on the headphone cord.
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.
In the Browser mode, you can jump between the two panels using the Focus on the left/right panel action icon. Where the cursor is highlighting a le or folder, that panel is the source for the copy. The destination folder will be the other panel. For example, we want to copy the le Project info.doc from the AV 700/Data/Files from Work folder to the AV 700/Data/Completed projects folder. We must start from the main screen Browser mode. 1) Locate and highlight the le to be copied. Using the action buttons, move to the right pane.
2) In the right pane, locate the destination folder. Then move back to the left pane.
3) Highlight the le to be copied and select the Copy le action icon.
4) The selected le will now be copied into the destination folder.
17.3 Using the Virtual Keyboard
It is recommended that you create folders and rename les or folders from your computer when it is connected to the AV 700. The computer keyboard is much easier to use. However, at times when you are not near your computer and need to enter text directly with the AV 700 (ex: renaming a le or creating a new folder). For this, the virtual keyboard screen will appear.
The new text that you are typing Cursor Press ENTER to enter the highlighted key/letter.
Change keyboard between upper case and lower case Backspace button Clear the entered text Conrmation to use the entered text. Hold down on the LEFT or RIGHT buttons to move the cursor within the entry line.
Connecting/Disconnecting* the AV 700 to/from your PC
18.1 USB Connection Type (Hard Drive or Windows Device)
Your device comes congured as a Windows Device and will be immediately recognized by your computer if you are running Windows XP (with Service Pack 1 minimum) and Windows Media Player 10. If you have another version of Windows, not sure what version of Windows XP you have, or if you are using a Macintosh, then you will need to change the USB (Universal Serial Bus) Port setting on the AV 700. You will do this by going to the setup action icon and then to System and USB Port and change it to Hard Drive.
18.2 Connecting the AV 700
Connection order: See the sections below for your particular computers operating system. 1) Connect the power adapter to the AV 700. 2) With your computer running, plug the USB cable into your computer. 3) With the AV 700 off, plug in the other end of the USB cable to the AV 700 USB Device port. 4) Turn on the AV 700. (If your computer asks to install a new driver for the new hardware, then you must unplug it and change the USB Port to Hard Drive.) * Note that when the AV 700 is connected to a computer, it will use more energy than usual. Your battery power will be consumed at a higher rate than normal. It is normal that the AV 700 will get hot. If the AV 700 looses power while connected to your computer you could damage your directory structure and/or loose data. Thus, you should always use the AC adapter when connected to your computer. Be careful to understand the disconnection procedure also since disconnecting incorrectly can lead to data loss or computer/AV 700 freeze up. The AV 700 is not compatible with Windows NT, Windows 95, or Windows 98. While connected to your computer, the AV 700 buttons are blocked and are no longer functional.
Windows XP Please verify* that you have Windows XP and it is updated it to at least, Service Pack 1. You must also have Windows Media Player 10 (WMP10) installed on your computer. This way, you can take advantage of connecting it as a Windows Device. Connect it to your PC as enumerated above and you can then see the AV 700 in Windows Explorer and WMP10. Without Windows XP Service Pack 1 (a free update) or Windows Media 10, you cannot use it as a Windows recognized Device and will have to follow the instructions for Windows ME & 2000 below. * Right-click on My Computer select Properties, and then look in the tab labeled General. It should say Service Pack 1 or higher. Windows ME and 2000
Attention: Before connecting the AV 700 to your computer with the USB cable, go to the setup action icon and then to System and USB Port and change it to Hard Drive.
When connected to your computer, the AV 700 will be recognized as an external Hard Drive and display automatically within a few seconds of being connected. You will see a new drive letter, such as E: in My Computer called AV 700. You can now use the hard drive called AV 700 like any other external hard drive. Simply access it using Windows Explorer to drag and drop les to and from the AV 700s hard drive.
Macintosh OS X If you have OS X, you must update to version 10.2.4 or newer. You must also change the AV 700s USB Port setting to Hard Drive. From the main menu, go to the setup action icon and then to System and USB Port and change it to Hard Drive. You will now simply plug the AV 700 into your Macintosh as enumerated above, and within a few seconds, the AV 700 will be recognized as a mass storage device (Hard Drive) and mount on the desktop. You can now use the hard drive called AV 700 like any other external hard drive.
18.3 Disconnecting the AV 700 from your Computer
Windows Device Mode If the AV 700 is connected to your computer as a Windows Device, verify that no data is being transferred between your AV 700 and your computer (the HDD light on your AV 700 is not ickering). You can now safely unplug the USB cable from your AV 700 and/or computer. Hard Drive Mode If the AV 700 is connected to your computer as a hard drive, DO NOT SIMPLY PULL OUT THE USB CABLE AT ANY TIME!
WARNING: You must properly remove (unmount) your AV 700 from the computer before disconnecting the USB cable to avoid loss of data or freezing the computer and/or the AV 700.
Hard Drive Mode & Windows To safely disconnect the AV 700 hard drive, click on the system tray remove icon (green arrow as shown below) and follow the instructions. Wait until you get a message saying that you can safely unplug the device before disconnecting the USB cable. 1. The safe remove icon is in the system tray next to the clock.
Windows 2000 & Windows ME
2. Click on the icon to eject (unmount) the AV 700 from the computer and select the Safely remove message.
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.
Read the History.txt File You will also nd next to the rmware download, a text le which details the list of changes from the previous version of the OS. Copy to the AV 700 When updating your Operating System, you must keep the AC charger/adapter plugged into the AV 700 so that it will not shut down due to low batteries while you are performing the update. Connect your AV 700 to your computer (refer to the relevant chapter if you are unsure about this), and then copy the Update_AV700.AOS le to the AV 700.
Hard Drive or Windows Device? If your AV 700 is seen as a hard drive, then you simply need to drag the Update_AV700.AOS le onto this icon, and Windows will place the le into the top most directory (root) of the AV 700. It should not be placed inside any folder within your AV 700. Once this le is copied, safely disconnect (refer to the chapter on Connecting/Disconnecting) the AV 700 from the computer. If your AV 700 is seen as a Windows Device, then you will have to open the AV 700 Device in Windows Explorer and drop the Update_AV700.AOS into the Data folder (not the Media folder). If there is already an older version of the Update_AV700.AOS le on your AV 700, Windows will ask if you want to overwrite the current le. Click on Yes. Disconnect the AV 700 from your computer. Activate the Update Ensure that your AV 700 is still powered through the AC charger/adapter. Next, go to the System parameters from the Settings action icon and then move down to Update Firmware and click on it. The AV 700 will search for the.AOS le. Follow the on-screen instructions. When completed, the AV 700 will restart and you can go back to this screen to verify that you have updated the rmware to the new version.
TV Docking Pod Description
By installing the TV Docking Pod, you have an easy way to connect and disconnect your AV 700 to or from your home entertainment system. Simply connect the pods multi-connect plug to the AV 700 as needed. If you have scheduled television recordings to make, then connect the AV 700 to the pod and let it make the recording while you are away. If you want to make TV recordings from a place other than where your pod is connected, then you can purchase the Audio-Video Travel kit to bring along with your ARCHOS device and record from any other audio/video source.
a AV input jack use either of the AV cables b AV ouput jack use either of the AV cables c S-Video in input (you can use a standard s-video cable (not included) for your video input) d Adapter connection connect the included power adapter here e Infrared Emitter jack plug in the included infrared emitter if you want the AV 700 to control a VCR, cable box, or sat. receiver.
22.1 Remote Control Description
Caution: If the battery is incorrectly replaced or short-circuited, this could result in damage to the product and/or serious injuries to the user. Replace only with the same or equivalent type of battery.
In case you should encounter any technical difculties using your product, we suggest you go through these steps in order to resolve any issues as efciently as possible: 1) Please read carefully through the appropriate sections of this manual. Some subject areas may be treated in two different chapters depending on how the device is being used. 2) Look at the Troubleshooting section at the back of this manual. In this section, we have included answers to some commonly asked questions. 3) Look at our Support section on the website (www.archos.com). Here, you will nd Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for our different products, and there is a chance that somebody else has already asked your question. 4) If these steps did not help you resolve your technical difculty, you can always contact us either via email or by calling the helpline. Telephone support will be provided in the language of the countries listed below. For other countries, please use email technical support. For warranty and services purposes, keep your sales receipt for proof of purchase. The serial number for the AV 700 model can be found in the battery compartment. If technical support (Telephone or E-mail) determines that your product needs to be returned, please contact the place of purchase to have your product repaired or replaced (depending on problem type). Customers who purchased directly from the ARCHOS website should ll out the RMA return request form on the website.
DO NOT USE phone or e-mail support for marketing and sales questions. These numbers are to aid those who have technical difculties / malfunctions.
Canada Danmark Deutschland Espaa France Ireland Italia 949-609-67 069-6698-4714 09-1745-01-601-5700 02-4827-1143 Nederland Norge Schweitz/Suisse Suomi Svenska UK USA 020-80 0207-949-0115 877-300-879 (toll free)
firstname.lastname@example.org English (United States and Canada customers) email@example.com English or French (Europe and the rest of the planet) firstname.lastname@example.org German (Germany)
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION : Modications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.
FCC Part 15 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference; 2. This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Electrostatic Discharge Note: During electrostatic discharge, the product may be malfunctioning. Reset to return normal operation. The AV 700 reset is actuated by pressing and holding the STOP/ESC button for 10 seconds. The unit will power off. Restart normally.
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.
Copyright Notice Copyright ARCHOS 2005 All rights reserved. This document may not, in whole or part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or reduced to any electronic medium or machine-readable form without prior consent, in writing, from ARCHOS. All brands and products names are registered trademarks and the property of their respective owners. Specications are subject to change without notication. Errors and omissions accepted. Images and illustrations may not always match contents. Copyright ARCHOS. All rights reserved. Disclaimer of warranty: to the extent allowed by applicable law, representations and warranties of noninfringement of copyrights or other intellectual property rights resulting from the use of the product under conditions other than as here above specied, are hereby excluded. LCD Pixel Policy The LCD screen on your ARCHOS AV 700 unit has been manufactured to rigorous standards to provide a high quality viewing experience. Nevertheless, your LCD screen may have slight imperfections. This is not particular to the ARCHOS screen, but to all devices which have LCD screens regardless of the original manufacturer of the LCD. Each product vendor guarantees that his screen will contain no more than a certain number of defective pixels. Each screen pixel contains three dot elements (Red, Blue, and Green). One or all of the dots in a given pixel may be stuck on or stuck off. A single dot stuck off is the least noticeable. All three dots of a pixel stuck on is the most noticeable. ARCHOS guarantees that its AV 700 screen will have no more than 2 defective pixel (regardless if these pixels have one or more defective dots). This means that during the period of guarantee for your country or jurisdiction, if the screen on your product has three or more defective pixels, ARCHOS will repair or replace your AV 700 product at its cost. Thus, two or less defective pixels is not grounds for replacement or repair of the product. Environmental Considerations Protection of the environment is an important concern to ARCHOS. In order to put this concern into tangible actions, ARCHOS has consciously included a set of methods that favor a respect for the environment into the entire cycle of its products; from fabrication to consumer usage, to nal disposal. Batteries : If your product contains a detachable battery pack, you should only dispose of it in a designated collection point for used batteries.
The Product : The crossed-out garbage can symbol on your product signies that it falls into the category of electric/electronic equipment. Products of this type contain substances that are potentially dangerous to the environment and to human health. Therefore, you should not dispose of the ARCHOS electronic device in a regular trash. As such, the current European directives ask that this device be collected: - At places of distribution in the case of a purchase of a similar electronic product. - At locally created disposal areas (waste disposal centers, sorted trash system, etc.) By doing this, you are actively participating in the reuse and recycling of disposed electronic and electric equipment that could have potential effects on the environment and human health.
Please note: This index refers to both the abridged user guide (this document) and the complete PDF user manual (found in the Data/ Manuals folder on the AV 700 hard drive). References to the PDF user manual are marked *.
MUSIC Creating a Playlist BROWSER Using the Browser MUSIC Playing Music Files MUSIC Browsing through your Music Library SETTINGS System Settings 12.2* 17* 10* 10.3* 20.6* 10.3* 20.2* 13*,13.4* 20.6* 20.4* 18* 20.5* 24* 3.1* 10.5* 10.1* 15.3* 5.1 7.11.2 11.5
MUSIC Browsing through your Music Library SETTINGS System Settings
MUSIC Recording Music Audio Editing
Available disc space
SETTINGS System Settings
Background image (Wallpaper)
SETTINGS Appearance Settings
Battery autonomy and consumption
Connecting/Disconnecting the AV 700 to/from your PC SETTINGS Power Settings Battery replacement
VIDEO Playing Video Files Set a bookmark MUSIC Setting a Bookmark
Buttons not working
MUSIC Button Control
PHOTO Transferring photos to your AV
VIDEO Installing the PC Software MPEG-4 codec (Compression/Decompression) VIDEO Installing the PC Software MP3 Sound Codec 9.1* 9.1* 4* 9* 11* 19* 20.3* 5.2* 13.3* 12.1* 17* 8* 13.4* 12.3* 17.2* 6* 20.4* 20.1* 3.1* 20.1* 5.4* 10 11.1
VIDEO Setting the Infrared Emitter Code Connecting the TV Docking Pod to your Television System Connection 6: the infrared emitter
VIDEO Creating MPEG-4 Video Files with your Computer
MUSIC Playing Music Files MUSIC Browsing through your Music Library
Music deleted/missing from your device
MUSIC Synchronizing Music from Windows Media Player (WMP) to the AV 700 11.1* 10* 10.3* 10* 12* 10.3* 20.6* 20.6* 20.4* 20.6* 21* 20.6* 20.4* 10.2* 12.3* 20.2* 10* 12* 10* 12* 10* 12* 11.11.2 6.1 5
Music les sorted by categories
Music lists (Playlists)
MUSIC Playing Music Files MUSIC Playlists
New music not showing in the ARCLibrary
New Playlist does not display
SETTINGS Display Settings
SETTINGS System Settings Updating the AV 700 Firmware/OS
Operating system Version
Play songs randomly (Shufe)
MUSIC Play Screen Icons MUSIC Saving a Playlist SETTINGS Play Mode Settings
Playing only certain songs (Playlists)
Playing songs in a specic order
MUSIC Putting Music onto your AV 700 11* 5.4* 6* 7* 4* 5.3* 11.2* 14* 13.2* 5.4* 22.1* 17* 17* 20.2* 2.7* 11.3* 3.1* 20.2* 10.2* 12.3* 20.2* 6.2 6
VIDEO Manually Setting the Scheduler VIDEO Automated Yahoo! TV Recording Scheduler VIDEO Setting the Infrared Emitter Code
VIDEO Playing Video Files from the Internet VIDEO Copy Protection MUSIC Comparison of Windows Media Player 10 to Windows Media Player 9 MUSIC Using iTunes with your AV 700
Recording from a Vinyl or audio tape
MUSIC Recording Procedure Incremental Recording
Recordings result in several les
Remote control Removing les
Renaming les or folders
Repeat a song
SETTINGS Play Mode Settings
Restarting your device
INTRO Hardware Reset
Ripping a CD
MUSIC Transferring your CD collection to AV
VIDEO Playing video les :Set Screen format
Show songs added to device
PHOTO Viewing photos Viewing Slideshow 15.2* 3.1* 9* 10* 10.4* 13.2* 20.1* 3.1* 10.4* 10.3* 3.1* 20.4* 3* 3.1* 20.3* 26* 20.6* 4.1* 9.2* 4.1* 9* 5.1* 9* 11.2 11.1
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