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Sony Ericsson MMV-200
This is the Internet version of the user's guide. Print only for private use.
I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X
Introduction.6 Using your MMV-200.7 Troubleshooting.12 Important information.13 Declaration of Conformity.115
This user guide is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this user guide necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB at any time and without notice. Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions of this user guide. All rights reserved. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2005 Publication number: LZT 108 8047/1 R2A Contact your network operator or service provider if you are in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not. Please read the Safe and efficient use and Limited warranty sections of this user guide before using your product. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Ericsson is under license. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PROand Memory Stick PRO Duo are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Use the Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200 to share pictures, music and video on a connected TV or projector. The MMV-200 supports many types of memory cards. Nearby users of Bluetooth phones or other devices, can share their pictures and music. A Bluetooth phone or device can work as a remote control. Menus for controlling the MMV-200 are displayed on the connected TV.
Please refer to the description on page 2. Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200. Indicator lamp: Steady light when the MMV-200 is turned on, Slowly flashing when receiving media over Bluetooth, Quickly flashing when a Bluetooth device is being added. Navigation buttons left, right, select, up and down.
Memory card readers for media input Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo, Compact Flash, MultiMedia Card, Secure Digital or Smart Media. 5 Cover to be removed before inserting memory cards. 6 PAL/NTSC/SECAM three-way switch set the switch according to the video standard of your TV or digital projector. 7 VGA/VIDEO switch for selecting video output. 8 Video output to a computer monitor (VGA connector). 9 Video and stereo audio output to a TV, a digital projector or a home stereo equipment (RCA composite cable and connector). 10 Standard Charger CST-20 must be connected at all times as power supply. 11 RCA to SCART adapter for connecting to a TV.
Using your MMV-200
Please refer to the description on page 3. picture music video (only from a memory card) Bluetooth connection cable connection
To get started 1 Connect the MMV-200 to a TV or a projector, using the RCA cable, and if needed, the SCART adapter. You can attach the audio connectors (red and white) to a separate stereo amplifier. You can view media on a computer monitor, using a VGA cable for connection. 2 Connect the Standard Charger CST-20 to the MMV-200 and to a power source. The Standard Charger should remain connected at all times. 3 To turn on the MMV-200, press and hold for a few seconds. 4 A start-up screen is displayed on the connected TV. If prompted, select your preferred language, using the navigation buttons on the MMV-200. You are ready to start sharing pictures, music and video.
If no picture is displayed, you might have to switch to the AV channel on the TV. Check the setting of the PAL/NTSC/SECAM three-way switch. Please refer to your TV user guide to find the correct video standard.
Still picture: JPEG, BMP, GIF (87a & 89a, not animated). Sound: AMR (sounds recorded by phone, maximum size of 30 KB), MP3 (up to 128 Kbps bit rate, 44 kHz and 16-bit stereo sampling rate), WAV, SBC, MP4 (AAC and M4A). Video: MP4 (MPEG4 and AAC), 3GP (H.263 and AMR), MPEG1. Supported video codings: MPEG-4 Simple Visual Profile Level 0, H.263 Profile 0 Level 10, H.263 Profile 3 Level 10.
Using your MMV-200 To turn off the MMV-200 Press and hold for a few seconds. The Standard Charger CST-20 should remain connected.
Instructions for upgrading the software in the MMV-200 are available on www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Using your phone or device as a remote control
To share media from Bluetooth devices Turn on the MMV-200 without any memory cards inserted. The MMV-200 is ready to receive pictures and music. Press to display the Main menu, if you want to change the settings. Bluetooth setting. Make sure Bluetooth is switched on. Security mode setting: Allow files from all nearby Bluetooth devices, such as phones, cameras and computers, without pairing. Allow files only from an added/paired device.
You have two options, depending on the type of Bluetooth device you are using: The remote control application becomes available as an accessory, when you have added your phone to the MMV-200. On the product package, you will find a list of phones supporting this option. You can download a Java remote control application from the MMV-200, to your Bluetooth device. This is useful if your Bluetooth device does not support the first option.
For information on how to access the remote control accessory in your phone, please refer to the device user guide.
To add a device to the MMV-Make sure the other Bluetooth device is turned on and set to visible. 2 Access the Bluetooth settings in the MMV-200. You may need to press to display the Main menu. 3 Select the type of device you want to add, and start a search for available devices.
Using your MMV-Select a device from the list. A passcode is displayed on the TV. Enter this passcode on the Bluetooth device. Your device is added and memorized by the MMV-200. This process is called pairing. As long as the MMV-200 remains connected to power, you will not have to add your device again. 6 Remove any memory card from MMV-200, to reset the Bluetooth connection. Start the Java remote control application in the phone, and then insert the memory card again. To exit the remote control application, press.
Start the search again if your device is not found. You can add a device to the MMV-200, but you cannot add the MMV-200 to another device.
For information on how to access the Java remote control application in your device, please refer to the device user guide.
To delete a paired device } Main menu } Settings } Bluetooth, select the device to be deleted, and follow the instructions. To download the Java remote control application 1 Add your Bluetooth device to the MMV-200. 2 Using the menus on the TV, start sending the Java remote control application from the MMV-200. 3 On your device, accept to download the application.
Remote control overview Please refer to the illustration on page 4.
Main menu button Options button Up Help on TV/exit help Left/back/leave action list/skip to previous file Enter menu/start, pause, resume playlist or slideshow/select, deselect files for playlist or slideshow/double-click to open file/ Leave Party mode Right/skip to next file/enter menu/start playlist or slideshow 9
Using your MMV-200 Stop/back to previous view in playlist or slideshow Down Sort files by name, date or type Rotate picture left Rotate picture right Zoom in step by step, then jump back to normal view. During zoom you can pan the picture with the navigation key or the keys 2, 4, 6 and 8 Exit the remote control application
Using memory cards
Please refer to the main menu illustration on page 4. Pictures in folders sorted by date Music in folders sorted by artist and album names III Video in folders sorted by date IV Folders displays existing folders on the memory card V Settings for example: adding or deleting devices, sending the Java remote control application VI Party mode opens MMV-200 for receiving files over Bluetooth VII Help user guide on TV VIII Start slide show, Start playlist runs a slideshow or playlist IX Select pictures, Select songs, Select videos for selecting files for slideshows and playlists X Options this includes shuffle play, and setting the timing of pictures in a slideshow
When using the navigation buttons on the MMV-200, you will be able to run playlists or slideshows, but not to play or view single files.
Using your MMV-200 To share media from memory cards 1 Insert a memory card, or two memory cards, into the MMV-200. Make sure you use the correct slot, depending on memory card type. 2 When the MMV-200 is turned on, use your added Bluetooth device as a remote control.
If no device has been added to the MMV-200, it will start to search for available devices. If you want to interrupt the search, select Cancel.
You can zoom, pan and rotate a picture. As long as the memory card stays connected, the MMV-200 automatically memorizes: Your preferred file sorting order. Your selected files for playlists and slideshows. Any picture rotations. Creating slideshows and playlists Select your favourite pictures, music and video from the memory card to be shown or played. When running a slideshow, you can send new pictures, from your Bluetooth device. These pictures will be temporarily added to the slideshow. If you do not create your own slideshow or playlist, the MMV-200 will play files from the memory card in alphabetical order of file names.
If you want to interrupt sharing from memory cards, and open MMV-200 for receiving files over Bluetooth: Select Main menu, then select Party mode. Remove any memory cards. Selecting files on the memory card If you have folders on the memory card, where you have sorted your files, it is recommended to select Personal folders. When viewing the contents of a folder, you can choose your preferred sorting order.
The MMV-200 does not start Make sure that the MMV-200 is powered by the Standard Charger CST-20, which is included in the kit. I have problems with the Bluetooth connection The MMV-200 is compatible with Bluetooth phones and other devices from Sony Ericsson, as well as from other manufacturers. If problems occur when connecting, please check the Bluetooth settings of your device. The Bluetooth function in your device must be turned on and set to visible. Please refer to the device user guide or a Sony Ericsson service partner for supported Bluetooth profiles. See also www.SonyEricsson.com/support. The MMV-200 works with Bluetooth devices based on Object Push Profile, Basic Imaging Profile, File Transfer Profile and Advanced Audio Distribution Profile.
The Bluetooth range of the MMV-200 is up to 10 metres. When the TV set or any other solid object is between the MMV-200 and the sending device, the range might be shorter.
I cannot add my phone or device The MMV-200 performs a random search for devices. Start the search again if your device is not found. You might need to delete a previously added device, see page 9. The remote control application does not work Try to download and use the Java remote control application, available in the MMV-200 % 9 To download the Java remote control application. Your device must support Java JSR-82. See also www.SonyEricsson.com/support. If the Java remote control application does not work, you need to reset the Bluetooth connection % 9 To download the Java remote control application.
Important information My file is not played, or stops occasionally Check that the file format is supported, see page 7. If a music file stops occasionally, the bit rate of the music file might be too high. Video can only be played from a memory card. Other Bluetooth devices or the distance between the MMV-200 and the sending device might affect the transfer of the file. The MMV-200 can only receive media from one device at a time. My pictures are not displayed properly Before displaying a picture, the MMV-200 rescales or stretches the picture to best fit on a TV screen. The TV resolution is also used, even if you display your pictures on a connected computer monitor. The resulting picture might appear different than on other devices. If no picture is displayed, check the switches 6 and 7 on the illustration on page 2. You might have to switch to the AV channel on the TV.
Safe and efficient use
Read this information before using your MMV-200.
Changes or modifications to this Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200 not expressly approved by Sony Ericsson may render void the users authority to operate the equipment. Please check for any exceptions, due to national requirements or limitations, in usage of Bluetooth equipment before using this product.
Always treat your product with care and keep it in a clean and dust-free place. Do not expose your product to liquid or moisture or humidity. Do not expose your product to extreme high or low temperatures. Do not expose your product to open flames or lit tobacco products. Do not drop, throw or try to bend the product. Do not attempt to disassemble your product. Only Sony Ericsson authorised personnel should perform service. Do not paint your product.
Do not use your product near medical equipment without requesting permission. Do not use your product when in, or around aircraft, or areas posted turn off two-way radio. Do not use your product in an area where a potentially explosive atmosphere exists. To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power source before attempting to clean it. interference is limited. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, immediately turn off your Product. Contact your cardiologist for more information. For other medical devices, please consult the manufacturer of the device.
Radio frequency exposure
Your Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200 is a radio transmitter and receiver. When in operation, it communicates with a Bluetooth equipped mobile device by receiving and transmitting radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (microwaves) in the frequency range to MHz. The output power of the radio transmitter is low; 0.001 watt. Your Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200 is designed to operate in compliance with the RF exposure guidelines and limits set by national authorities and international health agencies when used with any compatible Sony Ericsson or Ericsson mobile phone.
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY WITH YOUR MMV-200 OR ITS ACCESSORIES. THEY COULD HURT THEMSELVES OR OTHERS, OR COULD ACCIDENTALLY DAMAGE THE MMV-200 OR ACCESSORY. YOUR MMV-200 OR ITS ACCESSORY MAY CONTAIN SMALL PARTS THAT COULD BE DETACHED AND CREATE A CHOKING HAZARD.
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Personal medical devices
Radio transmitters may affect the operation of cardiac pacemakers and other implanted equipment. If a minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between the Product and the pacemaker, the risk of
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Einfhrung.20 Das MMV-200.22 Fehlerbeseitigung.27 Wichtige Informationen.28 Declaration of Conformity.115
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BATTERIES Standard Battery BST-15 Standard Battery BST-25 Standard Battery BST-27 Standard Battery BST-30 Standard Battery BST-33 Standard Battery BST-36 Standard Battery BST-37 CAR Advanced Car Handsfree HCA-200* Advanced Car Handsfree HCA-60 Advanced Music Mute HCE-16 Akono Headset HBH-300 Car Kit Antenna Cable HCE-12 Bluetooth Car Handsfree HCB-300 Car Holder HCH-30 Car Holder HCH-33 Car Holder HCH-37 Car Holder HCH-38 Car Holder HCH-39 Car Holder HCH-40 Car Holder HCH-41 Car Holder HCH-61 Gooseneck Microphone HCE-14 Plug In Car Handsfree HCQ-30 CASES & COVERS Active Case IAC-25
FAST PORT FAST PORT
Classic Case ICE-25 Classic Case ICE-26 Classic Case ICE-30 Executive Case IEC-20 Style-Up Cover IST-25 Style-Up Kit ISK-600 for HBH-600
CHARGERS Cigarette Lighter Adapter CLA-11 Cigarette Lighter Adapter CLA-60 Micro Travel Charger CMT-10 Standard Charger CST-13 Standard Charger CST-60 CONNECTIVTY USB Cable DCU-11 USB Cable DCU-60 DESK STANDS Desk Speaker Stand CSS-25 Desk Stand CDS-11 Desk Stand CDS-60 Desk Synchronization Stand DSS-25 EXTRAS Headset Holder CHH-300 for HBH-300 Stylus Pack ISP-20 HANDSFREE Akono Headset HBH-300 Akono Headset HBH-600/602 Akono Headset HBH-660/HBH-662 Portable Handsfree HPB-20 Portable Handsfree HPB-60 Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-20 Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-70 Portable Handsfree HPS-20 Stereo FM Radio Handsfree HPR-20 MULTIMEDIA Bluetooth Media Viewer MMV-100 Bluetooth Media Center MMV-200 Bluetooth Motion Cam ROB-1 Flash MXE-60 Music Cable MMC-60
FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT FAST PORT
*If the Car Holder HCH-30 is used to connect a phone to the Advanced Car Handsfree HCA-200, the System Cable HCC-30 is needed. For other car holders, please use the System Cable HCC-20.
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