Iriver Slimx IMP-350
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Iriver Slimx IMP-350 Mp3 Player, size: 3.5 MB
Iriver Slimx IMP-350
User reviews and opinions
|lennyjames||7:09am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|Great Remote. Rechargeable batteries, small size. Not durable, skip protection could be better, takes a while to load.|
|maradin||2:33am on Friday, August 27th, 2010|
|Truly amazing! Just how iRiver managed to fit all those features into one CD player totally baffles me, but.|
|fsailer||4:47pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|Lossy formats like MP3 are great for carrying around a lot of music on a small player.|
|Zufolo||11:12am on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|I like to consider myself an audiophile on a budget; very picky about how my music and movies sound.|
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MULTI - CODEC CD PLAYER / FM TUNER
Thank you for purchasing the product. Please read manual carefully before use.
Introducing iRiver website
URL : http://www.iRiver.com Provides information on our company, products, and contacting point for our customers. Unique feature of "Firmware (System software) Upgrade" keeps providing premium disc readability and various optional add-on features, supporting new CODEC to be introduced in the future. Provides FAQ as well as Beginner's Guide Set up customer registration to enable online customer service so that all iRiver users receive the latest information, firmware upgrade, etc. via newsletters.
iRiver Limited does not assume any responsibility for errors or omissions in this document or make any commitment to update the information contained herein. iRiver is a registered trademark of iRiver Limited in the Republic of Korea and /or other countries and is used under license. Microsoft Windows Media and the windows Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and /or other countries. WinAmp and WinAmp logo is registered trademark of NullSoft Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organization. All other product names may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.
c 1999-2002 iRiver Limited. All right reserved.
Unique Features of iRiver SlimX
Multi-Codec CD Player
: Supports MP3, WMA and ASF format as well as conventional Audio CD.
: Provides the latest updated features via firmware upgrade. New formats such as AAC, MP3 Pro and Ogg Vorbis can be supported in the future with a simple upgrade method. Player features such as add on, modification, and continuous improvement of disc recognition are always provided.
Recognize Discs in Packet Write Format
: Provides convenience and efficient usage of CD-RW disc as a hard disc drive.
Graphic LCD supporting Multiple Languages
: Support 35 major languages i.e English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, other alphabet-oriented fonts, Korean, Japanese (Katagana, Hiragana, Kanji),and Chinese (Traditional, Simplified : Hardware type with 16MB flash memory)
Built-in Rechargeable Function with Over Charge Protection Circuit Enhanced Anti-Shock Protection
: 180 Sec for conventional Audio CD/480Sec for MP3 (44.1KHz, 128kbps standard)/960 Sec for WMA with pre-buffering technology applied to minimize the skipping at initial track reading.
: Auto scanning and frequency memory function make it easy for you to enjoy listening to the FM Radio.
Simple and Convenient Directory Navigation as well as Full Playback /Program Playback Mode Various Control Options Available in the Graphic User Interface WinAmp Playlist Playback Support
Table of Contents
1. Locating the Controls
.. 4 Player Front & Back..5 Player Side. Remote Control, LCD Window 6
2. Getting started... 7~8 Playing Disc Media... Playing FM Tuner 9~10.. Operating Remote Control 11~12
3. Useful Features.. 13 Navigation Mode... Playback Mode 14.. Program Mode 15~16.. +10,-10/Equalizer Mode 17.. Function Control Mode 19~26 4. Additional Information.. 27~29 Additional Functions. 30~32 Power Supply.. 33~34 Trouble Shooting.. 35~36 Precautions 37 Reference..
.. 38 Accessories. 39 Product Specifications
Locating Controls (Player)
Product Serial Number HOLD
VOLUME UP(+) VOLUME DOWN(-)
LINE OUT OPEN REMOTE CONTROL / EARPHONE
BATTERY COMPARTMENT EXTENSION BATTERY PORT DC IN 4.5V
Locating the Controls (Remote Control)
NAVI / MENU PRESET
MODE/CD FM STEREO
Main unit and Remote control both locked. Only Main unit is locked. Only Remote control is locked.
004 02:04 Marilyn
MP 128 L 3 KHZ KBPS R
BATTERY LEVEL FOLDER NAME FILE NAME ID3 TAG INFORMATION
I love iRiver
BIT RATE SAMPLING RATE
VOLUME EQUALIZER LEVEL METER
PROGRAM / PLAY LIST
Playing Disc media
Slide open button, open the player lid and insert the disc.
Connect Remote Control and Earphone.
Slide HOLD Switch to Off position.
Note: Please be advised that the controls on the player don't work when HOLD switch is ON.
Playing Disc Media
Play Next Track
Play Next Folder
Play Previous Track
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Play Previous Folder
GO Forward Quickly
Go Backward Quickly
File Format displayed as below
AS F C D
ASF Conventional Audio CD
WM A MP 3
Playing FM Tuner
While Playing CD, switch back and forth between CD and FM Mode. lick Long C
Selecting Frequency(FM 87.5MHz ~ 108MHz) 1 To change frequency, push the Navi/Menu jog lever
2 Auto Scan function:
3 PRESET Mode :
Click Long k
PRESET CH 01
(ex : 87.5 87.6)
To select Channels automatically, release preset and push jog lever and. (ex : 89.1 91.9)
To select memorized channel, push the Navi/Menu jog lever and find the channel by shifting or.
PRESET CH 02
PRESET CH 03
FM Tuner receivability may differ in different areas. While in Preset mode, auto scan and auto memory function are not available. When player doesn't have any preset channels, EMPTY will be displayed at preset mode then fade out.
Randomly play whole tracks in the disk repeatedly and stop. Play a single track repeatedly. Randomly play whole tracks in the directory repeatedly and stop. Randomly play whole tracks in the directory repeatedly. Randomly play whole tracks in the disk repeatedly.
SFL 1 SFL D SFL DA SFL A
INTRO: Play beginning 10 seconds of each track in sequential order. INTRO HIGHLIGHT: Play 10 seconds from the spot 1 minute played for each track in sequential order. Above feature can be selected within Function Control.
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Program mode: Play tracks in your favorite order.
Playback play lists if the disc contains WinAmp play list *.m3u files. (Refer page. 29~30)
Activating Program mode
At stop mode
Shift to Program mode
Program mode is activated while in Stop Mode. Repeat A-B is activated while in Play Mode.
Use or of Navi/Menu or -10 or +10 of Mode/CD FM to select the desired track and press PROG/EQ
Use Navi/Menu button to select the folder and press PROG button to save the whole track within the folder (Sub folders are not saved) To erase Programmed track: Move to the track and press MODE button, program list will be updated automatically.
Track number in program list Track number within the disc
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After programming, press order.
Program mode icon appears
to play the tracks in sequential
Cancel Program Mode
While Playing While in Stop Mode
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Play selected interval repeatedly
I LOVE iRiver
Press button once to select the beginning <A> Point.
Press button again to select the ending <B> Point.
A-B interval will be repeated.
When you program songs, using the +/- button will show you the songs that aren't prgrammed.
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During playing, push the jog lever to +10/-10 , will skip to the next 10th track or backward to previous 10th track.
Enhanced Anti-Shock Mode: Toggle On/Off by sliding "MODE" button +10 side during PLAY mode. Caution: Badly recorded CD disk may have inferior disk readability while enhanced anti-shock mode is activated. In this case, please disable the Enhanced AntiShock mode.
Long click of PROG/EQ jog lever displays the current EQ. Everytime you click this jog lever, the EQ mode shifts in sequential order.
NORMAL ROCK JAZZ CLASSIC U BASS USER EQ
Note: Please refer to the Function Control (Page 28) for configuring User Defined EQ.
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is a Multi-Codec (MP3, WMA, ASF, etc.) Digital Player as well as a CD player with FM tuner.
Conventional Audio CD
Compressed Digital Audio Format in MP3, WMA, ASF etc.
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Menu (Function Controls)
Function Control is subject to change with different firmware versions. Users can configure their own settings.
GENERAL beep volume resume fade in DISPLAY back light TIMER sleep main lcd contrast pwr off remote lcd contrast tag information visualization time language cd esp load default CONTROL fast scan fast skip MODE repeat shuffle intro scan speed scroll speed study remote mode button auto pause name adapter volume sound balance Function Control Option can only be configured in CD Mode.
User EQ bass boost bass corner freq treble boost treble corner freq
Main menu general
User EQ User EQ
display timer timer
Pressing NAVI/MENU jog lever will show you the figures. It is composed of 6 main menus with submenus.
general display GENERAL VER 2.00 GENERAL mode control VER 2.00 mode control
+ F.scanSOUND VOLUME BEEP + + F.scanSOUND VOLUME F.skip BEEP 2 F.skip 1 + +0 speed 1 + + speed scroll + scroll
GENERAL Sub menu
+ beep vol GENERAL + resume + beep vol + fade in + resume + language + + fade in + cd esp language +
When you select the sub menu window, you can set the user's preference to be displayed.
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Shift between Menu
general User EQ display timer
GENERAL VER 2.00 mode control
Press or to move between main menu and sub menu.
From Main Menu to Sub Menu
+ + + + +
beep volume resume fade in language cd esp
Enter Sub Menu
+ + + +
F.scanSOUND VOLUME BEEP F.skip 2 speed scroll
Each control option is configured by three buttons shown below.
Exit Sub Menu
Exit Function Control mode
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: Configure beep sound (ON/OFF) with volume level.
F.scan BEEP VOLUME F.skip 2 speed scroll
: When activated, player returns to the same settings after STOP or Power OFF.
F.scan RESUME F.skip OFF ON speed scroll
SOUND FADE IN
: When activated, volume increases gradually at playback Mode to prevent sudden loudness.
F.scan SOUND FADE IN F.skip OFF ON speed scroll
LANGUAGE(Supports 35 languages) : When activated, displays proper fonts for tracks and ID3 tag information (which differs from PC operation system in different language).
Japanese F.scan Korean Latvian F.skip Lithuanian speed Norwegian scroll
: Pre-buffering technology applied to minimize the skipping from external shock. Playing Audio CD: Select 180 seconds to maximize skip protection, select 45 seconds to maximize sound quality. Playing Compressed Digital Audio: Always activate in 480 seconds.
F.scan ANTI-SHOCK CD F.skip 45 SEC 180 SEC speed scroll
LOAD DEFAULT VALUE
: Initialize to original factory setting. button operation order is as below. (select default menu) (select YES) (select YES : Initialization)
F.scan DEFAULT LOAD F.skip YOU SURE? ARE speed YES NO scroll
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OFF : Backlight is always off. DISPLAY Button On works as below : BACK - LIGHT + F.scan 1: About 3~10 seconds 2: 10 seconds OFF + BUTTON ON F.skip 3: 20 seconds + speed 2 Adaptor on : Backlight is always turns on when the ADAPTER ON + scroll 2 Adaptor is connected. When the adaptor is not connected, the backlight works as below 1: About 3~10 seconds 2: 10 seconds 3: 20 seconds 4: Always
During playing long click of makes the backlight duration for 10 seconds.
: Adjust LCD contrast of remote control. Contrast can be adjusted by using and buttons.
F.scan CONTRAST LCD F.skip 32 speed scroll
: Visualize audio signal at play mode. LEVEL METER WAVEFORM
F.scan VISUALIZATION F.skip LEVEL METER speed WAVEFORM scroll
On: Display track with ID3 tag information. OFF: Display track with file name. When you set off the tag information, the track is playing and the next track can be displayed with ID3 tag information.
F.scanINFORMATION TAG F.skip OFF ON speed scroll
Normal: Display elapsed time. Remain: Display remaining time.
Note: If the track format is VBR (Variable Bit Rate), the remaining time may not be accurate.
F.scan TIME INFO PLAY F.skip NORMAL REMAIN speed scroll
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Function Control(Timer, Control)
TIMER(Set Auto Power Off)
SLEEP POWER OFF : Automatically power off after fixed time
(Time range can be set from 0 to 99 minutes by minute)
Use or button to adjust time.
F.scan POWER OFF SLEEP F.skip 0 speed ON OFF scroll
Available with both CD and FM Tuner When the power is off, the sleep power off setting goes back to Zero setting.
STOP POWER OFF
: Automatically power off at stop mode. (1~60 minutes)
button to adjust time.
F.scan POWER OFF STOP F.skip 1 speed MIN scroll
This function only works for CD.
ON : Long click of or button for fast scan within the track. Short click of or button for skipping. OFF : Fast scan within the folder.
F.scan FF/RW SCAN F.skip OFF ON speed scroll
As of typical characteristics of MP3 CD, fast scan may not be as smooth as conventional Audio CD, typically with VBR (Variable Bit Rate) tracks.
OFF : Skip does not activate. 10 : Playback previous or next 10th track. Directory : Skip to previous or next directory.
F.scan FF/RW SKIP F.skip OFF 10 speed DIRECTORY scroll
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FF/RW SCAN SKIP
The fast scan speed can range from 1x/2x/ 4x/6x. It is useful when studying a language.
F.scan SCAN SPEED FF/RW F.skip 1X 2X speed 6X 4X scroll
Adjust scan speed by 1x/2x/4x/6x Vertical : The scroll goes from up to down Hrizontal : The scroll goes from the left to the right.
F.scan SCROLL SPEED F.skip 1X 4X speed 2X Vertical Horizontal scroll
: When activated, playback is automatically paused between the tracks, playing the next song available only by pressing the Play button each time.
F.scan AUTO PAUSE F.skip OFF ON speed scroll
ON : When the Adaptor is connected, the volume always remains at level 35. OFF : No use of Adaptor volume.
F.scan ADAPTER VOLUME F.skip OFF 35 ON speed scroll
When the lever on the Sound Balance bar is moved to L(Left, 0), the sound output will be in the left earphone. When the lever on the Sound Balance bar is moved to R(Right, 40) the sound output will be in the right earphone. The default value is 20 and the sound output will be in the center.
F.scan BALANCE LR F.skip center(20) speed 20 scroll L C R
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Function Control(Playback Mode)
REPEAT MODE / SHUFFLE MODE (Page14)
: Available with multiple section, selected modes are activated on mode. operation. ex
Pressing lever to enter
F.scan REPEAT MODE F.skip 1 DIR speed DIR ALL ALL scroll
button for selection.
F.scan F.skip SHUFFLE DIR 1 speed DIR ALL scrollALL
Intro: Play beginning 10 seconds of each track. Intro Highlight : play 10 seconds from the spot 1 minute played for each track.
F.scan OFF F.skip ON speed HIGHLIGHT ON scroll
: 5 SEC/10 SEC : When you press STOP, it goes back 5 or 10 seconds. It will work as Interval repeat when you slide to +10/-10.
F.scan STUDY F.skip OFF 5 SEC speed BEEP 10 SEC scroll
(For details on Study Mode, please refer to the next page)
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BEEP : This mode has been devised for the visually impaired. It allows the user to know each button's movement using a beep sound. The function itself is the same with 5 SEC MODE
Bookmark function is working under the study mode. Long sliding of to -10 to will add/delete/move the bookmark.
Bookmark Add : Long sliding jog lever to -10 and clicking PROG/EQ button adds the present location into the bookmark. Bookmark Delete : Long sliding jog lever to -10 and clicking MODE/CD FM button deletes the present location from bookmark. Whenever you press Mode/CD FM button, the bookmark will be deleted in backward sequence. Moving to next bookmark : Long slide of -10 button and pressing jog lever will move to next bookmark. Moving to previous bookmark : Long slide of -10 button and pressing jog lever will move to previous bookmark
Bookmarks can be reserved up to 20 in a disc.
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: You can input your name or text(maximum 12bytes).
Button Operation Select the character by using and button and press Navi/MENU lever to input the character.
To delete the character, use MODE lever.
Save and Exit
To shift between English and your preferred language, use STOP button
To move the cursor in the name window, please use + and - on Volume button.
The saved text is displayed during initial loading of disc and at stop mode during play.
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Function Control (User EQ)
: Bass Boost lever is from 0 to 12dB.
F.scan BASS BOOST F.skip 0 speed scroll
B.C.FREQ(BASS CORNER FREQUENCY)
: Bass Boost frequencies are 50HZ, 100Hz and 200Hz. Bass boost function is effective under the frequency range configured. Maximized at 200Hz.
+ BASS CORNER F.scan + 50 F.skip + Hz speed + scroll
: Treble boost level is from o to 12dB.
F.scan TREBLE BOOST F.skip 0 speed scroll
T.C.FREQ(TREBLE CORNER FREQUENCY)
: Treble boost frequencies are 2 kHz, 4kHZ and 7 kHz. Treble boost function is effective over the frequency range configured. Maximized at 2kHZ.
+ F.scan TREBLE + 50 F.skip + Hz speed + scroll
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Support WinAmp Play list
USING WINAMP PLAYLIST 1 Build-Up WinAmp play list (*.M3U)
Winamp Execution Screen 1. Execute WinAmp, add songs to build-up play list.
2. Press List OPTS button in the right button and execute SAVE LIST.
Click SAVE LIST Button 3. Input file name(ex: iriver.3u) and press SAVE button to create new play list.
2 Burn the disc with WinAmp play list and related files.
3 Insert the disc into the player.
Press PROGRAM button at STOP mode displays LCD as in picture at right. USE to select play list wanted.
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5 Pressing Navi/Menu or play button will play selected play list in sequential order.
Icon stands for playback of play list
6) Maximum 20 play lists within the disc can be recognized.
Press Navi/Menu button during playback and select the song to be reserved. Pressing PROG button reserves next song to be played. ex
Navi/Menu button during playback
Some where Yesterday Dreams Come 2002 WorldCup
To select song, slide
jog lever and
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Using AC POWER ADAPTOR
Use only AC Power Adaptor supplied with player. Connect the adapter to 4.5V DC jack in the player and AC outlet.
Disconnect Adaptor when not in use.
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Using Rechargeable Batteries
Open the cover of player and remove the covers of battery compartment. Insert two rechargeable batteries (stick type) by matching the + and - polarity diagram in the battery compartment and close the cover.
Using External battery pack
AA size Battery
The external battery pack can be attached as shown in the figure. Two AA size alkaline batteries are used in the external battery pack.
Do not mix rechargeable batteries with dry batteries. Do not use different types of rechargeable batteries together other than what comes with the console. When the batteries will not be used for a long time, remove them. If battery leakage occurs, wipe off any deposit in the battery compartment and install new batteries.
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Power Supply(Rechargeable Batteries)
Rechargeable function is available while the player has rechargeable batteries Power Off activates rechargeable function displaying Charge mode in LCD when plugged into AC adaptor. While in Charge Mode, long press of stop button turns the POWER OFF.
Install Rechargeable batteries. Connect to Adaptor (During CD playing or Tuner playing, long pressing of STOP button shifts to charge mode.) LCD
CHARGE CHARGE DISCHARGE & CHARGE QUIT
Menu movement is made by , button and short clicking the stop button. Batteries automatically begin charging after 1 minute passes without menu selection (when plugged into AC adaptor).
CHARGE : Charge without Discharge DISCHARGE & CHARGE : Charge after full discharge QUIT : Exit charge mode
5 Automatically power off when charge is done. 6 Charging time (Estimated with the rechargeable stick batteries provided)
Charging : Approx. 6 hours (At full discharge) Discharging : Approx. 5 hours (At full charge)
For long duration of battery life, please be advised to charge after complete discharge once a month.
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Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your iRiver dealer.
No Power On Check whether the batteries have been inserted in proper polarity. Check whether the HOLD switch in player or remote is ON (Switch to OFF position) Check whether the player lid is opened. Check whether the rechargeable batteries are not charged. Check whether CD is inserted. Check whether the CD is dirty or defective (clean it or change to new CD). Check whether the CD is inserted with the label side up. Check whether defects are attached in optical lens (remove the dirt with soft cloth). Check whether moisture condensation has occurred (leave the CD player aside for several hours until the moisture evaporates). Message may occur due to the characteristic deviation between CD-RW recorder and CDR/RW disc (burn the disc with low speed). Use packet write disc with full formatting done. Check whether VOLUME is set to "0". Connect the earphones/remote plug firmly. Check whether plug is dirty. Clean the plug with a dry and soft cloth. Corrupted MP3, WMA file may have a static noise or sound cut off. Continuous and excessive shock may keep the MP3, WMA and audio CD disc from proper playback.
"No DISC" displayed in LCD
No Sound or noise is heard
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AC adaptor does not work. Remote control does not work. Check whether the plug is connected to proper jack. Check whether the HOLD switch is ON(Switch to OFF position.) Connect the earphones/remote plug firmly. Check whether the player is using appropriate rechargeable batteries. Check whether the player is using non-fully charged batteries. Check out Menu Display Language and confirm whether the right language has been selected. Adjust the position of the player and remote control. Turn off the power of other electric devices nearby the player. If it does work, please move away the player and work it from a distance. Remote control does function as the antenna. Check whether the adaptor plug is properly connected.
Battery lifetime differs Characters in LCD are corrupted. FM is not heard well. Recharging does not work.
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On Handling Disc Avoid touching the surface(bright side) where data is stored.
Disc Cleaning Avoid cleaning the disc surface. If inevitable, clean with soft cloth in directions described.
Do not stick papers or tape labels onto the surface(bright side).
Avoid using chemicals to clean the surface.
Should any solid objects or liquid fall into the console, unplug it and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Do not put objects in the DC IN 4.5V jack(External Power output). Use only the suitable adapter provided with the player.
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Keep the lens on the console clean and do not touch it. If you do so, the lens may be damaged and the console will not operate properly. Do not put any heavy object on top of the console. The console and the CD may be damaged. Do not leave the console in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, mechanical shock, unleveled surface, or in a car with its windows closed. If the console causes interference to the radio or television reception, turn off the console or move it away from the radio or television.
On Headphones and Earphones
Road Safety Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in some areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headsets at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations.
Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuously loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sound and to be considerate to the people around you.
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During playback, CDs damaged with dirt or a scratch may make a pop sound, clipping sound, or cut off.
Tracks with damaged or corrupted parts are skipped or forwarded to next track.
Rechargeable battery External Battery pack Dimension
Weight Operational Temperature
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Federal Communications Commission(FCC) The device manufactured and found to comply with limits for a Class B computing device according to the specifications in FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 3. If your device needs repairs, you must arrange for the manufacturer to make them if you are to keep the device's FCC registration vaild. This equipment, like other electronic equipment, generates and uses radio frequency energy. If not installed and used according to the instructions in this manual, this equiment may cause interference with your radio and television reception. If you think this equipment is causing interference with your radio or television reception, try turning the equipment off and on. If the interference problems stop when the equipment is switched off, then the equipment is probably causing the interference. You may be able to correct the problem by doing one or more of the following: - Adjust the position of the radio or TV antenna - Moe the device away from the radio or TV If necessary, consult your dealer or an experienced radio or television technician. You may find this booklet helpful:"How to Identify and Resolve Radio and TV Interference Problems"(Stock No. 004-000-00345-4), prepared by the FCC and available from the U.S Goverment Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. See individual devices FCC ID and registration numbers.
For the customers in Europe The CE mark on the CD player is valid only for products marketed in the European Union.
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CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTER LOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
MULTI - CODEC CD PLAYER/FM TUNER Model iMP-700 Series
Model iMP-350 Model iMP-700 Series
Thank you for purchasing the product. Please read the manual carefully before use.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE, RECEIVED, INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION. NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures : - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. NOTE : THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
Multi-Codec CD Player Supports MP3, WMA and ASF format as well as conventional Audio CD. Firmware Upgrade Provides the latest updated features via firmware upgrade. Built-in Recharging with Over Charge Protection Circuit Over Charge protection circuit prevents over powering the batteries. Graphic LCD supporting Multiple Languages iMP-700 Series come with graphic LCD which can support multiple languages, including: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, other alphabet-oriented fonts, Korean, Japanese (Katakana, Hiragana, Kanji), Chinese (Traditional, Simplified) and others. A total of 39 languages are supported. Strong Anti-Shock protection 160 Sec for standard Audio CD/480Sec for MP3 (44.1KHz, 128kbps standard)/960 Sec for WMA(44.1KHz, 64kbps) iRiver ShockFree Anti-Shock System+ESP function Using exclusive iRiver anti-skip technology, the iMP-700 Series provide maximum skip protection by buffering your music before playback. Enhanced Battery Life With MP3 files, the iMP-700 Series can play for up to 33 hours. FM Tuner Auto scanning and frequency memory function make it easy for you to enjoy listening to the FM Radio. (FM Tuner is included on the iMP-700T only.) Recognize Discs in Packet Write or Multi session Format WinAmp Playlist support. iMP-700 Series support Winamp Playlist as long as it has the filename extension.m3u (maximum 20 lists) Supports 9 Equalizer Patterns. Graphic User Interface Menu Support
URL : http://www.iRiver.com Provides information on our company, products, and email addresses for customer support. Unique feature of "Firmware (system software) Upgrade" is available for download on our site. The Firmware Upgrade allows for premium disc readability and provides new features as well as enhancements to current features. New CODECs that will be introduced in the future may be supported via Firmware Upgrade. Register your iRiver product online so that our Customer Service is enabled to provide support as efficiently as possible.
iRiver Limited does not assume any responsibility for errors or omissions in this document or make any commitment to update the information contained herein. iRiver is a registered trademark of iRiver Limited in the Republic of Korea and / or other countries and is used under license. Microsoft Windows Media and the windows Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and / or other countries. WinAmp and WinAmp logo is registered trademark of NullSoft Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies or organization. All other product names may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated. 1999-2003 iRiver Limited. All rights reserved.
Getting started FCC Certification... 1 Unique Features... 2 Internet... 3 Contents... 4 1. Locating the Controls Front View, Inside View... 5 Side View, LCD Window... 6 Remote Control, Basic Operation Function.. 7~8 2. Basic Operation Listening to Music... 9~10 Operating the FM Tuner... 11~12 ("FM Tuner is included on the iMP-700T only.) 3. Useful Features Navigation Mode... 13 Playback Mode/ iRiver Shock Free..14 Program Mode... 15~16 +10/EQ Mode... 17 BOOKMARK... 18 MENU... 19~29 Using the Password... 30~31 Using WinAmp Playlist... 32~33 4. Additional Information About Power Supply.. 34~36 FAQ.... 37~42 Trouble Shooting... 43~44 Precautions... 45~46 References... 47 Accessories.... 48 Specifications... 49 Regulatory Information... 50 Safety Warning.... 51
EQ/+10 PROGRAM/A-B MEMORY (STOP) VOLUME + VOLUME -
(PLAY/PAUSE) (BACK) (NEXT) NAVI/MENU/ PRESET
The remote control operates all functions of the player using 1 switch and 5 buttons.
DC IN 4.5V : Connect the Adapter to charge rechargeable batteries or
using external power. Insert them by matching the + and - polarity.
HOLD HOLD LINE OUT : Use to record to REMOTE CONTROL/ EARPHONE
another audio device or to listen through your home stereo.
TRACK NUMBER PLAY TIME
PLAYBACK MODE HOLD
PLAY / PAUSE / MUTE
BATTERY INDICATOR FOLDER NAME
ARTIST AND SONG TITLE
VOLUME/ EQ/ LEVEL METER
VOLUME + VOLUME -
FILE FORMAT PROGRAM / PLAYLIST
BIT RATE SAMPLE RATE
Basic Operation Function
Slide the open button on the side of the player and insert the disc with the disc label facing out. Close the lid.
To power on, play CD or pause To power off Connect Remote Control and Earphones.
Set the HOLD switch to OFF to use the buttons on the remote. Set the HOLD switch to ON to disable the buttons on the remote control. Slide HOLD switch on the remote or the player to the Off position. <The Player> <The Remote Control>
to select the previous track, broadcasting or frequency to select the next track, broadcasting or frequency Press the PLAY/PAUSE button to play. <The Player> <The Remote Control>
Push VOL - to decrease volume Push VOL + to increase volume
FM Tuner is included on the iMP-700T only.
While playing a CD, you can switch back and forth between CD and FM mode with a long click of the Mode button.
NOTE The sound output may be delayed while switching from CD to FM mode.
To select Stereo/Mono
The STEREO indicator is displayed during stereo FM reception.
Play Next Folder (FF Skip)
Power Off To mute To release the muting
Play Previous Folder (RW Skip)
Selecting Frequency (FM 87.5MHz ~ 108MHz) To change frequency, push and release or or
(ex : 87.5 87.6)
Play Next Track Go Forward Quickly
Play Previous Track
Go Backward Quickly
Auto Scan function : To Auto Scan for a station, release the PRESET mode by pushing the NAVI button. Find the station by scrolling or. or <PRESET RELEASING> PRESET Mode : To select memorized channel, push the Navi button and find the memorized channel by scrolling or. or <PRESET SETTING>
File Format displayed as below ASF WMA Conventional Audio CD IRM MP3
IRM (iRiver Rights Management) iRiver Rights Management is a digital music format. Please visit our web site for details about this music format. 10
FM tuner reception will be affected in weak transmission areas. When player does not have any preset channels, EMPTY will be displayed at preset mode then fade out.
Memory Function (Save channels) Push the Navi button to release PRESET mode, select the station by pressing or.
Navigation mode is useful for quickly searching your files by using file name. (Refer to page 33 for reservation) Press the NAVI button to display the list of audio tracks. The current track will also be displayed.
Press or and select the desired channel
again Save complete
Press the to play.
to select a track
Select CH02 Up to 20 channels can be memorized.
: To move to the upper folder.
will exit the memory function without saving.
Auto memory function : (To save the Channels automatically) push the Navi button to release PRESET, push and hold the PRGM button. CH01 to CH20 will be saved automatically with the first 20 stations the player finds.
Select Folder or Move to the upper folder. Press the I or I to select a folder to play. And press the NAVI or button to select the folder.
Memory delete function (Delete saved channels) Select channel to be deleted by pressing the NAVI and button at PRESET mode. Press and hold the PRGM button.
: To enter the folder or Playing
: Press the or to select a track to play. The song will be played when you press the play button. The next channel will appear when channel delete is completed. Press and hold the PRGM button if you want to delete the next channel also.
When navigating, the operation of the button in the remote control is same as the operation of the button in the player, so it cannot move to the upper folder.
Various ways of music playback are available. Please refer to the MODE (page 27) for user-defined configurations. When MODE button is pressed, icon in the playback mode indicator is changed.
USE PROGRAM MODE TO SELECT SONGS IN A PARTICULAR ORDER (I.E. PROGRAM YOUR FAVORITE SONGS). Select Program/Playlist: Playback play lists if the disc contains WinAmp play list *.m3u files. (Refer to page 32~33)
Play a single track repeatedly. Play all tracks in the folder and stop. Play all tracks in the folder repeatedly. Play all tracks in the disc repeatedly.
Activating Program mode
While in Stop Mode
Randomly play all tracks in the disc repeatedly and stop. Play a single track repeatedly. Press to skip to an new random track. Change to Program mode Program mode is activated while in Stop Mode. Repeat A-B is activated while in Play Mode. After selecting the desired track using +10 button (or NAVI button), , ,
Randomly play all tracks in the folder repeatedly and then stop. Randomly play all tracks in the folder repeatedly. Randomly play all tracks in the disc repeatedly.
INTRO: Play beginning 10 seconds of each track in sequential order. INTRO HIGHLIGHT: Plays 10 seconds from 1 minute into each track in sequential order. You can set this function in the MENU function. iRiver Shock Free
This is the function to prevent skipping when playing a Standard Audio CD. Press and hold the PRGM button to activate the iRiver Shock Free Mode. In case the CD is dirty or defective, iRiver Shock Free may skip more than normal operation. In this case, use the player after cancelling the iRiver Shock Free. If STUDY mode is selected, holding the PRGM button activates the BOOKMARK function, see page 18). 14
The order of programmed track The order of track in the CD
To add all the songs in a certain folder, use the NAVI button and select the folder or button and then press PRGM button. (Subfolders can not be added.) using
Pressing the Mode button for a few seconds while playing will set the Enhanced Anti-shock on and off.
TO REMOVE A PROGRAMMED SONG Select the song to be deleted using the PRGM button and press the Mode button. The program list will be updated automatically.
After programming, press The program mode icon appears to play the tracks in sequential order.
During playback, press the EQ/+10 button to +10 to go forward 10 tracks.
EQ Mode Cancel Program Mode
Press and hold the EQ/+10 button to display the current EQ. Every time you click this button, the EQ mode scrolls in sequential order.
Play a selected interval repeatedly
Press button once to select the beginning <A> Point. Press button again to select the ending <B> Point.
A-B interval will be repeated.
Player has only +10 button, not -10 button. To move -10 songs, you need to set the control in MENU. Move to the MENU and select Fast Skip. When you set FF/RW skip to 10, you can go back -10 songs by pressing button once and hold it. Can I customize the equalizer settings?
When you program songs, using the NEXT/ BACK or +/- button will show you the songs that aren't programmed.
Yes, for details, please refer to page 29 for details on customizing the EQ in MENU to your own preferences.
This function allows you to BOOKMARK parts of a track for easier searching of long audio segments. Bookmark function is activated under the Study mode. (Refer to page 27 for Study mode.) Long click of PRGM button will add / delete / move the bookmark. Bookmarks can be reserved up to 20 per disc. - Bookmark Add : Long click the PRGM button and click the PRGM button to add the present location into the bookmark. Function Control is subject to change with different firmware versions. You can configure your own settings.
GENERAL beep volume resume fade in language sort password multi session load default CONTROL fast skip scan speed remocon button auto pause cd esp adapter volume sound balance eq limit tag auto eq DISPLAY back light lcd contrast visualization scroll type tag information time battery indicator MODE repeat shuffle intro study name TIMER sleep pwr off
User EQ USER EQ 1 bass boost treble boost USER EQ 2 bass boost treble boost USER EQ 3 bass boost treble boost
- Bookmark Delete : Long click the PRGM button and click the MODE button to delete the present location from the bookmark. Whenever you press the MODE button, the bookmark will be deleted in backward sequence.
- Moving to next bookmark : Long click the PRGM button and I button to move to the next bookmark. press Moving to previous bookmark : Long click the PRGM button and press I button to move to the previous bookmark. or
Press and hold the NAVI button to display the menus. It is composed of 6 main menus with sub-menus.
SUB MENU SUB MENU Setting
When you select a sub menu, you can set your preference to be displayed.
Shift between Menus Press the button to move to previous menu, press the button to move to next menu.
BEEP VOLUME Set beep volume level to 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 /4 step.
From Main Menu to Sub Menu
Use the , to select a sub menu, press the NAVI or button to display the contents of that sub menu. Change Settings
RESUME You can select how to resume the last track played. Track # plays the beginning of the last track played, while Track Time resumes to the exact position in the song. SOUND FADE IN When activated, volume increases gradually at playback mode to prevent sudden loudness.
Use the , or button to change the settings. Press the NAVI button to save the setting.
LANGUAGE (supports 39 languages) Song title and ID3 tag information for the CD is dependent on the version of the PC operating system that was used to create it.
(For example, if a CD is created in a Korean version of Windows, the language setting should be Korean for proper title display)
Exit Sub Menu Press the STOP( ) button to exit the sub menu and to display the initial setting menu.
TAG AUTO EQ Can automatically change EQ by reading the genre of TAG Information. ON : Can automatically change EQ by reading the genre of ID3 TAG information. OFF : EQ is set by the user. EQ is selected by genre as follows :
STUDY MODE When click the +10 button, it is operated as the set status.
tag auto eq
Pop : Pop, Instrumental Pop, Pop-Folk, Pop/Funk Rock : Classic Rock, Rock, Altern Rock, Instrumental Rock, Southern Rock, Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Folk Rock, Gothic Rock, Progressive Rock, Psychedenic Rock, Symphonic Rock, Slow Rock, Punk Rock Jazz : Jazz, Jazz+Funk, Acid Jazz Classic : Classical, Opera, Chamber Music, Sonata, Symphony Metal : Metal, Death Metal, Heavy Metal Ubass : Bass, Booty Bass
OFF : Skip ahead 10 tracks. 5 SEC : Short click of the +10 button will skip the current track 5 seconds ahead. 10 SEC : Short click of the +10 button will skip the current track 5 seconds ahead. BEEP : A beep sound will be played when the buttons are operated.
If it is set to 5 Sec, 10 Sec, BEEP, it is operated as STUDY Mode.
NAME You can input your name or custom text. (maximum 12 characters in English)
You can set the EQ according to your liking. (USER 1, USER 2, USER 3) BASS BOOST Bass Boost level is from 0 to 18dB.
Select the character by using
Press NAVI button to input the character. TREBLE BOOST Treble Boost level is from 0 to 6dB. To move the cursor in the name window, use + and on Volume button.
To delete the character, use MODE button. It scrolls by order of Korean/ALPHABET/Special Character by pressing STOP button.(Special characters are only available when Language is set to Korean.) To save the text and exit, use PLAY button. The saved text is displayed during initial loading of disc and at stop mode during play. Initial loading Upgrade your firmware at www.iRiver.com. What is FIRMWARE? It is the operating system that works in the iMP-700 Series. iRiver provides you with the latest and best features through Firmware Upgrade. Visit www.iRiver.com to upgrade your Firmware. How to UPGRADE? 1. Download the latest firmware upgrade file from www.iRiver.com. 2. Execute the file after extraction. 3. Make upgrade disc containing the IMP-700.hex file. 4. Connect the adapter to the iMP-700 Series. 5. Insert the CD into the iMP-700 Series and play the CD. 6. Check whether your LCD window shows Firmware Upgrade 7. When the power goes off automatically, the upgrade is done. 8. Play your Music Disc and confirm the firmware version information displayed during loading.
Stop during playback
Setting the Password
Select the menu you want on the MENU GENERAL Password. (Refer to page 22) The Password must be 4 digits. After selecting the numeral by using , button, press the PLAY or NAVI button to input the password.
Changing the Password
Select CHANGE on the MENU GENERAL Password. Input the old password. (The initial password is 0000)
Input the new password of 4 digits. or
Input the new password of 4 digits to confirm once more.
If you select ON on the MENU GENERAL Password, the right screen is displayed after loading screen when you turn the player on. Press , to move the numeral and press the PLAY or NAVI button to select it. The screen as below is displayed.
When the input password is correct, the above screen is disappeared and changed to Total screen. Press the PLAY button to start the playback. - If the password is wrong, the screen goes back to the input screen.
If the password to change and the password to confirm are the same, the password is automatically changed to the new one and the playback screen is displayed on the LCD. If you select ON on the password menu, you must input the new password to turn on the player. If the password to confirm is different from the changed password, the password screen goes back to the Confirm screen. Press the STOP button to exit changing the password, and the old password is preserved. The Password is initialized as 0000 when the firmware is upgraded.
- The Password must input as 4 digits. - The Password is initialized as 0000 when the firmware is upgraded.
HOW TO USE WINAMP PLAYLIST
Make a PLAYLIST (.M3U) using WINAMP. Note : WINAMP software is not included with the player. Winamp execution picture 1. Launch WINAMP and add songs to make a list.
Press button to play the tracks in the order of the playlist.
PL icon indicates PLAY LIST. 2. Click "LIST OPTS" located on the right bottom and click "SAVE LIST" A total of 20 playlists can be recognized.
Click the SAVE LIST button. RESERVATION FUNCTION 3. Name the file name (ex: iriver.m3u) and click "SAVE" to save the list. Press the NAVI button during playback to select the next song to be played, then press PRGM button to queue that song.
Save to the player with the
.M3U and the files added to the playlist.
Ex) Press NAVI/MENU button during playback,
Load the disc into iMP-700 Series. Press PRGM button at stop mode and LCD displays a list of M3U playlist files on the disk. You can find the playlist you want to play by using the , button. After selecting the song to play next by using button,
Using AC POWER ADAPTER
In general, it is recommended to record the CD with 1~2 level lower than the highest speed if you are experiencing playback difficulties.
Do not mix rechargeable batteries with regular batteries. Do not use different types of batteries together. When the batteries are not to be used for a long time, remove them. If battery leaks, wipe off any residue in the battery compartment and insert new batteries. Do not recharge a normal battery.
How do I copy MP3 files on to a CD? You need to record MP3 files onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc to play in the iMP-700 Series. In general, there are two kinds of blank CDs. CD-R (CD Recordable): Recordable but not erasable. CD-RW (CD-ReWriteable) : Recordable and can be used again after erasing. There are several ways to burn a CD. A CD is created in sessions. Single session: Close session after burning once. Multi session: Do not close session after burning. More data can be written to the disk later. This iRiver player can play packet-written CD RWs as well. What do I need to burn MP3 files? You need a CD recorder, recording software program, and a blank CD. For details, refer to the SUPPORT at iRiver's homepage. How do I make a CD from a tape or record? To convert the tape's information into CD requires many items, including: A player to play the tape or record, a stereo cable to attach the player to your computer, and third party recording software to capture and edit the audio. Connect the stereo cable from the source to the line-in input on your computer sound card; then use the third party software to record and edit the audio on the tape or record. Once the music is recorded onto your computer, use a program to copy the music in Audio or MP3 format to a CD. I recorded an MP3 CD but it only see less than 20 songs. The CD was probably created as an Audio CDs will only hold about 15~20 songs. To record a CD full of MP3s be sure to set your CD creation software to record Data. The player cant read songs and I get 'No disc' message. CD readability depends on several factors: 1. CD-Media 2. The Burning/Recording Speed 3. The CD surface When you create a CD, burning speed does matter as well as CD surface. When you create a CD at a high speed, the data writing may not be reliable. In that case, it is recommended to create a CD at a lower speed or to use brand name media. Can I add songs to the CD I already burned? Using multi-session or packet writing allows you to add songs to the CD.
How do I listen to a spot on the track I last listened to? The iMP-700 Series provide a RESUME function. Go to Function, General and enter into RESUME menu. You can set Track Time or Track #. The iMP-700 Series can remember the last 10 CDs you played. How many playlists can the iMP-700 Series play? The iMP-700 Series can play up to 20 playlists(.m3u) How many songs can the iMP-700 Series play? The iMP-700 Series can recognize 999 songs and 255 directories including subdirectory. Does the iMP-700 Series play .raand .wav formats? The playable formats on the iMP-700 Series are MP3, ASF and WMA files. RA and WAV formats can not be played in this player. Supporting formats such as .ra and .wav are under consideration for the future. I don't see the title and it only displays Audio Track. The iMP-700 Series can display the information that the song contains. With MP3 files, the tag information may not be correct and with Standard Audio CD, it displays only Audio Track. To see the song title, you need to burn the CD using CD-TEXT function. See your CD Creation software. The sound cuts out when the player skips. If the player is shaken in a sudden or violent manner, or shaken excessively, skipping may occur. Under normal circumstances, skipping will not occur. Please carry and handle the player under normal circumstances (i.e., without excessive shaking). It takes a long time to load a CD. Using Multi-sessioned or Packet Written CD may affect the loading time rather than using Single sessioned CD because the data is scattered in the CD. To reduce the loading time, it is recommended you to burn in Singlesession. You may contact Customer Service if it takes longer than 1 minute to load a single-sessioned CD or a Standard Audio CD. It always stops after playing one song. Check that the "Auto Pause" feature is turned off. Also check that your player is not set to SFL 1 mode. I hear a 'hiccup' sound while the song is playing. Check the status of the file. What is likely happening is that the file is corrupted, especially if you hear the same sound in the same spot. In this case, it is recommended you to record the file again or download a different file. Can I change the playing order? The iMP-700 Series support m3u file lists. Also, the Program function allows you to select your preferred songs. I can't hear an ASF file I recorded onto a disk. There are two kinds of ASF files, Audio and Video. The iMP-700 Series only support Audio ASF file formats. Is the sound better if I convert an MP3 file into WAV? MP3 is a compressed a audio format. Audio quality is lost when converting sound into MP3 format. Changing MP3 to WAV files will not restore data lost in compression and will therefore not improve audio quality
Should any problem continue after you have checked these symptoms, please contact iRiver sales representatives. What kind of media can the iMP-700 Series support? Standard Audio CD (8Cm, 12 Cm), CD-R, CD-RW DATA CD with MP3, ASF and WMA. The iMP-700 Series also support Mixed CD (Data Track + Audio Track), CD-Extra (Audio Track + Data Track), Multi-sessioned and packet written CD. What is VBR? VBR is "Variable Bit Rate". Some MP3 encoders support VBR. When enabled, the compressor will use a bit rate that will fit the actual passage. If it is a complex part, having much more variation in the sound, it will use a high bit rate. If there is less variation in sound, it will use a lower bit rate. Usually, the average bit rate will not be as high as a same-quality MP3 with CBR (Constant Bit Rate). However, there is shortcoming that it's hard to keep track of the actual position that may not be favorable when studying language. Player will not power on Check whether the batteries have been inserted in proper polarity (+ and -). Check whether the HOLD switch on remote is ON (Switch to OFF position) Check whether the player door is opened. Check whether the rechargeable batteries are not charged or the batteries ran out. Check whether the CD is dirty or defective (clean it or change to new CD). Check whether the CD is inserted properly. Check to be sure the optical lens is clean. (Gently wipe with soft cloth.) Check whether moisture condensation has occurred (leave the CD player aside for several hours until the moisture evaporates). Make sure there is a CD in the player. Problems can be caused by the CD creation process on your PC. Re-record the disk at a slower speed. Use Full Format when creating packet a written disk. Check whether VOLUME is set to 0. Connect the earphone/remote plug firmly. Check whether the plug is dirty (clean the plug with a dry and soft cloth). Corrupted MP3, WMA file may have distortion or not play. Try playing another music file. Excessive jolting may affect MP3, WMA, and audio CD disks during playback.
Loading stopped or 'No DISC' displayed on LCD
No Sound or noise is heard
Should any problem continue after you have checked these symptoms, please contact iRiver sales representatives. Be sure your adapter is designed to work in the country where it's being used. Check whether the plug is connected to the proper jack on the player. Check whether the HOLD switch is ON. (Switch to OFF position.) Connect the earphones/remote plug firmly. Ensure the rechargeable batteries are fully charged. Avoid the excessive operation of remote control. Check out Menu General Language and confirm whether the right language has been selected. (Refer to page 21.) Adjust the position of the player and remote control. Electronic equipment can case interference with the FM reception. Turn off any nearby electronics or move the player away from the source. Check whether the adapter plug is properly connected. Check whether the batteries inserted are rechargeable. Fully charged batteries will not accept additional charging. Check whether the CHARGE FUNCTION in the menu is set to CHARGE ON
On Handling Disc
On handling Disc Avoid touching the surface (bright side) where data is stored.
AC adapter does not work.
Remote control does not work.
Disc Cleaning Avoid cleaning the disc surface. If necessary, clean the disc surface with a soft cloth following the directions described. Do not stick papers or tape labels onto the surface (bright side).
Battery Life is short
Characters in LCD are corrupted.
Avoid using chemicals to clean the surface.
Poor FM Reception (FM Tuner is included on the iMP-700T only.)
Should any solid objects or liquid fall into the player, unplug it and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. Do not put objects in the DC IN 4.5V jack (External Power output). Use only the adapter provided with the player.
Recharging does not work.
Do not leave the player in a location near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or sand, moisture, rain, Mechanical shock, unleveled surface, or in a car with its windows closed. Keep the lens on the player clean and do not touch it. If you do so, the lens may be damaged and the player will not operate properly. Do not put any heavy objects on top of the CD player. The CD player and the CD may be damaged. Do not wrap the player with cloth or blanket as it may cause the player to malfunction. Use only the included carrying case. During playback, dirty or scratched CD's may cause audio distortion or skipping. Tracks with damaged or corrupted parts are skipped or forwarded to next track. Supported file types will have the extension MP3, WMA and ASF. Folders and files are sorted in alphabetical order. Use Navigation mode to select the tracks wanted. Total 255 folders and 999 tracks (Including playlist) within a disc can be recognized. Track information displayed is either filename or ID3 TAG information.
On Headphones and Earphones
Road Safety Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, cycling, or operating any motorized vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas. It can also be potentially dangerous to play your headsets at high volume while walking, especially at pedestrian crossings. You should exercise extreme caution or discontinue use in potentially hazardous situations. Preventing hearing damage Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against listening to continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce volume or discontinue use. Consideration for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sound and to be considerate of the people around you.
CD-TEXT discs are displayed with track names within the TOC (Table of Contents) of the disc. Battery level indicator may vary depending on battery type.
Earphone and Earphone Covers
User Manual/Warranty Card
Model No FM TUNER
iMP-700 Not available
Rechargeable batteries are optional. iMP-700T : Rechargeable Batteries. iMP-700 : Alkaline Batteries
20Hz~20KHz 12mW(L) +12mW(R) at 16 Headphone output 8mW(L) + 8mW(R) at 32 Audio Max. Volume Line output level (CD) 0.76V rms(47K ) Max. Volume S/N ratio 90dB(CD-DA), 90dB(MP3 CD) Frequency Characteristics 2dB(Line Out) No. of Channels STEREO(L+R) FM Frequency range 87.5MHz~108MHz 12mW(L) +12mW(R) at 16 Headphone Output 8mW(L) + 8mW(R) at 32 Audio Max. Volume (FM TUNER) Line output level 0.76V rms(47K ) Max. Volume S/N ratio 50dB Antenna Headphone/Earphone-Cord Antenna CD-DA, CD-Text(8cm / 12cm) CD Type CD-ROM Mode 1, Mode 2 Form1 Enhanced CD, Mixed CD CD Support Packet Write, ISO9660, Joliet, Romeo, CD-R/RW Readability Multi-Session File TYPE MPEG 1/2/2.5 Layer 3, WMA ,ASF Bit Rate 8Kbps ~ 320 Kbps File Support Tag ID3 VI , ID3 V2 2.0, ID3 V2 3.0 DC 4.5V , 600mA Power Supply AC Adapter Dimension Approx. 135(W) x 148.6(D) x 33.6(H)mm Weight Approx. 255g (without Battery) General Operational Temperature 0 ~ 40
MP3/WMA/ASF Maximum Playback Time Audio CD 33 Hrs 11 Hrs
Accessories subject to change without notice and may vary from image shown.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
The device manufactured and found to comply with limits for a Class B computing device according to the specifications in FCC rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions; 1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and 2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 3. If your device needs repairs, you must arrange for the manufacturer to make them if you are to keep the device's FCC registration valid. This equipment, like other electronic equipment, generates and uses radio frequency energy. If not installed and used according to the instructions in this manual, this equipment may cause interference with your radio and television reception. If you think this equipment is causing interference with your radio or television reception, try turning the equipment off and on. If the interference problems stop when the equipment is switched off, then the equipment is probably causing the interference. You may be able to correct the problem by doing one or more of the following: - Adjust the position of the radio or TV antenna - Move away the device from the radio or TV If necessary, consult your dealer or an experienced radio or television technician. You may find this booklet helpful:"How to Identify and Resolve Radio and TV Interference Problems"(Stock No. 004-000-00345-4), prepared by the FCC and available from the U.S Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. See individual devices FCC ID and registration numbers. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
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