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Table of Contents
Index Portable Hard Disk Audio Player
Getting Started Transferring Audio Data to the Player
Playing Back Music
WALKMAN is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation to represent Headphone Stereo products. a trademark of Sony Corporation. is
2005 Sony Corporation
Owners Record The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the player. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. NW-HD5 Serial No. ___________________________
Table of Contents Index
To prevent re or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with newspapers, table cloths, curtains, etc. And dont place lighted candles on the apparatus. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus. For the customers in the USA INFORMATION: 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. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. If you have any questions about this product: Visit: www.sony.com/walkmansupport Contact: Sony Customer Information Service Center at 1-(866)-456-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33913 Model NW-HD5 only
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Model No.: Responsible Party: Address:
SONY NW-HD5 Sony Electronics Inc. 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 USA Telephone Number: 858-942-2230 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.
For the customers in the USA and Canada RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Lithium-ion batteries are recyclable. You can help preserve our environment by returning your used rechargeable batteries to the collection and recycling location nearest you. For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable batteries, call toll free 1-800-822-8837, or visit http://www.rbrc.org/. Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking Lithium-ion batteries. Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Applicable accessories: Headphones For the customers in Russia
Road safety Do not use headphones 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 at a 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 the headphones at a high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use. Caring for others Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will allow you to hear outside sounds and to be considerate to the people around you. Warning If there is lightning when you are using the player, take off the headphones immediately.
Clean the player casing with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water or a mild detergent solution. Clean the headphone plug periodically.
Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzene as it may mar the finish of the casing. Be careful not to let water into the player from the opening near the connector.
If you have any questions or problems concerning the player, consult your nearest Sony dealer. NOTES The recorded music is limited to private use only. Use of the music beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders. Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or damaged data due to problems of the player or computer.
Checking the Supplied Accessories
Headphones (1) Carrying case (1) CD-ROM (1)* (SonicStage software, PDF of Operating Instructions) Quick Start Guide (1) * Do not play this CD-ROM on an audio CD player. (The rechargeable battery has been installed in the player beforehand).
Dedicated USB cable (1)
AC power adaptor (1)
For customers in the US The AC power adaptor supplied with this unit is not intended to be serviced. Should the AC power adaptor cease to function in its intended manner during the warranty period, the adaptor should be returned to your nearest Sony Service Center or Sony Authorized Repair Center for replacement, or if a problem occurs after the warranty period has expired, the adaptor should be discarded.
When using this unit, remember to follow the precautions below in order to avoid warping the cabinet or causing the unit to malfunction. Make sure not to sit down with the unit in your back pocket.
Make sure not to put the unit into a bag with the headphones/earphones cord wrapped around it and then subject the bag to strong impact.
Guide to Parts and Controls
(headphones)/LINE OUT jack ( page 29) HOLD switch ( page 31) USB connector ( page 24) DC IN jack ( page 13, 24) Player display ( page 32) VOL +*/VOL (volume) buttons ( page 30) Battery compartment lid ( page 14) / / / buttons ( page 29)
Insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD drive of your
computer. The setup program starts up automatically and the installation window appears.
When the window on the right
appears, click the region in which you will use SonicStage software. If no window appears, proceed to step.
Click Install SonicStage,
and then follow the displayed instructions. Read the instructions carefully. Depending on your region, the buttons other than Install SonicStage may differ from those in the illustration on the right. The installation may take 20 to 30 minutes, depending on your system environment. Make sure to restart your computer only after the installation is completed. If any trouble occurs during the installation, see Troubleshooting ( page 68).
Importing Audio Data to Your Computer
Record and store tracks (audio data) from an audio CD to the SonicStage My Library on the hard disk drive of your computer. If you want to obtain CD information (artist name, track titles, etc.) automatically, connect your computer to the Internet beforehand. You can record or import tracks from other sources such as the Internet and your computers hard disk (MP3 files). Refer to SonicStage Help for details ( page 73).
Music Source Import CD
Settings CD Info
(SonicStage) on the desktop. Alternatively, select Start All Programs* SonicStage SonicStage. SonicStage starts up. If you use the earlier version of SonicStage, the SonicStage file conversion tool** window appears when you start up SonicStage for the first time after installing it. Follow the instructions in the window.
Programs in the case of Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 2000 Professional/Windows 98 Second Edition This tool converts the audio files that were imported to your computer with SonicStage2.0 or a prior version into the optimum data format (OpenMG) for this player, in order to transfer audio data to the player at high speed.
Insert the audio CD that you want to record into the CD
drive of your computer.
Point to of Music Source, and select Import a CD
from the menu. The contents of the audio CD appear in the music source list. If the CD information ( page 21), such as album name, artists name, and track titles could not be obtained automatically, connect your computer to the Internet and click CD Info on the right side of the window to obtain it from CDDB. The recording of the selected tracks starts. If you do not want to record some tracks, click the track number to uncheck on the SonicStage window before you click.
My Library list My Library
Playlist contents list
Editing a playlist
A playlist enables you to group and play back your favourite tracks or tracks that are sorted by a certain theme, such as movie, etc.
Click My Library.
The screen switches to the My Library screen.
(Create/Edit Playlist). The Main Window switches to the Create/Edit Playlist screen. To select multiple tracks, click the tracks while holding the Ctrl key down. To select all the tracks in the contents list, click (Select All).
Select tracks from the contents list on the left.
Select the playlist to add to from the list on the right.
To add the track to a new playlist, click (New playlist). A new playlist is created and is displayed in the Playlist contents list. You can now input a name for the playlist.
. The selected tracks are added to the Playlist contents list. (Close Edit). The screen returns to My Library screen.
When you have nished adding all the desired tracks, click
To add a track using drag and drop You can add a track by dragging it from the My Library list on the left to Playlist contents list on the right. In this case, the track is added to the list at the position where it was dropped. To check the detailed information on albums or tracks Right-click the album or the track you want to check for detailed information on the SonicStage window, then select Properties from the menu. The Album Properties window or the Track Properties window appears. You can check and edit the information in the window. The contents you edit in the Properties window will be applied to the My Library screen.
Transfer the tracks (audio data) stored in SonicStage My Library on your computer to the player in ATRAC3plus/MP3 format. The audio data to be transferred includes the information, such as an artist name and an album name in the CD information.
My Library list Transfer ATRAC Audio Device
Connect the player to your computer and the AC power
adaptor in the following order from to. Connecting to PC appears in the display. The setup display for automatic transfer appears in the SonicStage window. Follow the instructions in the window. For details, refer to the SonicStage Help ( page 73).
You can select tracks by searching for the first letter of a track title. The player searches for a track title in the CD information in SonicStage.
/ to select Initials Search, and then press. The track list appears, and then the character select display appears.
/ / / to select the initial of the track title, and then press. The tracks that start with the initial you have selected appear in the list. If there are no tracks with the initial you have selected, the tracks listed after the initial appear.
. Playback starts from the track you selected. All the tracks listed after the selected track are played back in the track number order.
to select the track to play back, and then press Playing Back Music
To return to the Find display Press SEARCH/ MENU. To return to the MENU display Press and hold SEARCH/ MENU.
Selecting tracks from Playlist
You can select tracks from playlists edited using SonicStage or tracks registered in bookmark types (Bookmark 1 to Bookmark 5) on the player. To register a track in a Bookmark, see page 39.
Select Playlist in the Find display (in step , page
33), and then press. The list of Playlist appears. The following is the structure of Playlist.
* A Playlist name in the Playlist contents list appears with the name you created in SonicStage.
Editing Bookmarks on the Player
There are two kinds of playlists, that is, the playlists in SonicStage and the playlists in the player. A playlist in the player includes playlists created in SonicStage and bookmark types created on the player. For details on the structure of the playlist, see page 38. You can only edit playlists using the equipment they were created on. The bookmark types created on the player cannot be edit or displayed in SonicStage.
Registering a track in a Bookmark (Bookmark track play)
You can register your favourite tracks in Bookmarks. To play back registered tracks, select Playlist in the Find display ( page 33).
During playback of the track that you
want to register in a Bookmark, press and hold. The Bookmark display appears. Playing Back Music
/ to select a bookmark type where the track is registered, and press. Bookmarked and the number of bookmarks (the number of bookmarked tracks/the number of possible bookmarks) appear, and then the bookmark icon lights up. repeat steps and. You can register to up to 100 tracks in each of Bookmark.
If you want to add a bookmark to two or more tracks,
To play tracks registered in Bookmarks 1 Press SEARCH/ MENU. The Find display appears. 2 Press / to select Playlist, and then press. 3 Press / to select Bookmark, and then press. When you press instead of pressing here, playback starts from the first track of the selected Bookmark. 4 Press / to select a track, and then press. A line appears under the bookmark icon on the playback display. To remove bookmarks During playback of the track that you want to remove the bookmark from, following the steps above, press and hold. Bookmark cleared appears and the bookmark icon disappears from the display.
You can register a track in a Bookmark only during playback. You can remove a bookmark from a track only while playing back the track, following the steps above.
Rearranging the track order in a Bookmark
You can rearrange the order of tracks registered in a bookmark type.
Press and hold SEARCH/ MENU.
The MENU display appears.
/ to select Edit Bookmark, and then press or. The Edit Bookmark display appears.
/ to select Move, and then press or. The Bookmark list appears.
/ to select Bookmark to edit, and then press or. The track list of the selected Bookmark appears.
/ to select the track to move, and then press. The selected track flashes. / to select the destination where the track will be moved, and then press. The track you selected in step moves to the place you selected in step. When you want to move other tracks, repeat steps and. or. The confirmation dialog box appears.
/ to select Yes, and then press. Changes saved. appears in the player display. If you select No, the editing of the playlist is cancelled, and the display returns to the Edit Bookmark display.
Clearing bookmarked tracks
You can clear tracks registered in a bookmark type.
Select Clear in step in the
Rearranging track order in a Bookmark ( page 40), and then press or. The Clear display appears.
/ to select Track or Bookmark, and then press. The Bookmark list appears.
/ to select Bookmark, and then press or. When you select Track in step , the track list appears. When you select Bookmark in step , proceed to step.
. The selected track is removed from the list. When you want to clear multiple tracks from a Bookmark, repeat this step. or. The confirmation dialog box appears.
to select a track to be cleared, and then press
/ to select Yes, and then press. Changes saved appears in the display and the display returns to the Edit Bookmark display. When you have selected Bookmark in step Are you sure you want to clear all bookmarked tracks? appears in the display. Select Yes. If you select No here, the editing of bookmarks is cancelled and display returns to the Edit Bookmark display. Playing Back Music
To scroll multiple items at once Press or twice quickly on the display of a track list in Rearranging the track order in a Bookmark ( page 40), or in Clearing bookmarked tracks ( page 42), and then press and hold it for a few seconds. All the items listed in the display are scrolled up several items at a time. When you press and hold or for a few seconds, items are scrolled up at faster than normal speed.
You cannot edit Bookmarks while playing back or pausing the tracks that are registered to them. Continued
Changing a bookmark icon
You can select a bookmark icon to appear on bookmarked tracks. It is convenient to use a different bookmark icon for each Bookmark (Bookmark 1 to 5).
Select Select Icon in step in
the Rearranging track order in a Bookmark ( page 40), and then press or. The Bookmark list appears.
/ to select the bookmark type whose icon you want to change, and then press. The Select Icon display appears. Playing Back Music
/ / / to select an icon, and then press. The icon you have selected appears with the bookmarked track.
Changing Playback Options (Play Mode)
You can use various playback options (Play Mode), such as selecting tracks you want to listen to and playing tracks in random order. For details about playback options and the playback range, see Playback options ( page 47). You can also play back tracks in random order ( page 47, 49) or repeat tracks using playback options you selected (repeat play, page 49).
/ to select Options, and then press. The Options display appears.
/ to select Play Mode, and then press. The list of Play Mode appears.
/ to select a playback option, and then press. The default setting is Normal Playback (normal play).
Press SEARCH/ MENU to display the Find display, and
then select the search category for playback ( page 33). To narrow down the search category for playback, press. Playback starts in the selected playback option.
To cancel set up Press to return to the Options display. To return to normal play In step , select Normal Playback. Playing Back Music To return to the MENU display Press and hold SEARCH/ MENU.
Playback options (Play Mode)
Player display/icon Explanation All the tracks after the selected track are played Normal Playback/ No icon (Normal play) once in the track number order. When you select an item (album, artist, etc.) other than a track, all the tracks are played once from the first track of the item in the track number order. One Song/ 1 (Single play) Shuffle Tracks/ Shuffle Items/ The selected track is played once. When you select an item (album, artist, etc.) other than a track, only the first track is played once. All the tracks are played once in random order. All the albums are played once in random order (Album Shuffle). The playback order in the albums is track number order. When Unit is set to Unit On ( page 47), tracks are played back in Unit shuffle ( page 49).
Changing Sound Quality and Settings
For details about various setting items, see page 52.
to select an option, and then press. Other Functions
To change sound quality After step , press / to select Sound ( page 52), and then press. To return to the previous display Press. To cancel set up Press to return to the Options display. To return to the MENU display Press and hold SEARCH/ MENU.
Setup items for sound quality and displays
Item Sound Options (: Default setting)
Plays tracks in normal sound quality. Recreates the sound of a recording studio. Recreates the sound of a concert hall. Recreates the sound of a dance hall. Recreates the sound of a stadium. Plays tracks in powerful sounds, further emphasizing high and low ranges compared with Pops sound Plays tracks in sound for vocal, stressing middle range audio. Plays tracks in lively sounds, emphasizing high and low range audio. Plays tracks in special sounds, emphasizing high and low range audio more than middle range. Plays tracks in customized sound ( page 55 for detail).
VPT Studio Acoustic (VS) Eng. 1) 2) Live (VL) Club (VC) Arena (VA) 6-Band Heavy Equalizer (SH)
Pop (SP) Jazz (SJ) Unique (SU) Custom 1 (S1) Custom 2 (S2) Dgtl. Snd. Custom 3 Presets 2) (S3) Custom 4 (S4)
Plays tracks with preset treble and bass sound ( page 56 for details).
1) The settings work only when playing ATRAC3plus audio tracks. When playing an MP3 audio track, the settings do not work. 2) The sound settings appear in the display as the letters in parentheses ( page 32).
Item AVLS 1)
Options (: Default setting)
AVLS On Beep
Beep Off Audio Out
Line Out Backlight 2)
sec 30 sec Always Off
The volume changes without limiting the volume level. The maximum volume is limited to protect your hearing. The beep sounds when you operate the player. The beep is turned off. Select this when you connect the supplied headphones. Select this when you connect other devices such as speakers with an audio cord ( page 58). The backlight lights up for the selected time when you press a button or while scrolling. The backlight is turned off to save power. The display is moderately bright. If the body color of the player is black, the default setting is second from the left. Set toward to make the display brighter and toward + to make it darker. The level is set to center when you press while pressing SEARCH/ MENU on any display. Characters and icons appear in white and the background in black. Characters and icons appear in black and the background in white.
1) AVLS is an abbreviation of the Automatic Volume Limiter System. 2) When you press VOL+/VOL when the backlight is off, the backlight turns on. 3) The settings returns to the Factory settings when you press while pressing SEARCH/ MENU. Continued
in Changing Sound Quality and Settings ( page 51), select Dgtl. Snd. Presets, and then press.
Dgtl. Snd. Presets Custom 3 Custom 4
/ to select Custom 3 or Custom 4, and then press. Default setting
Sound Quality Custom Custom OFF 3 (S3) 4 (S4) (NORMAL SOUND) Bass +1 +Treble 0
/ to select Treble or Bass. You can adjust the sound quality of the treble and bass.
/ to select the sound level. The sound level can be adjusted in eight levels.
Sound Quality Bass Treble Emphasis level -4 to +3 -4 to +3
The screen returns to the Dgtl. Snd. Presets display. To cancel set up Press to return to the Dgtl. Snd. Presets display. To return to the MENU display Press and hold SEARCH/ MENU.
The treble and bass sound levels appear on the right and left ends of the Custom 3 or Custom 4 chart. You cannot adjust the in-between levels individually because they are linked to the treble and bass levels and change automatically. If the sound is distorted by your sound settings when you turn up the volume, turn the volume down. If you feel difference in sound volume between the Custom 3 or Custom 4 sound setting and other sound settings, adjust the volume to your preference.
Connecting Other Devices
You can listen to tracks through a stereo system and record tracks in the player onto a MiniDisc or a cassette tape. See the instruction manual that comes with the device you want to connect. Be sure to turn off all devices before making the connections and changing the settings and explained below.
Left (white) MiniDisc recorder, AV amplier, active speaker, cassette recorder, etc. to (headphones)/ LINE OUT jack
Right (red) Connecting cord (minijack, not supplied)
You need to change the setting for Audio Output in the Options display to output sound to the connected device. The settings of Audio Output are shown below. To make those settings, see page 51.
Connected device Headphones Setting Headphone
Device connected using Line Out the connecting cord
When you connect another device, set this to Line Out. When the setting is Line Out, volume cannot be adjusted, and the settings in Sound is not available and do not work.
When the supplied headphone is connected to the player, do not set Audio Output to Line Out. If it is set to Line Out, the volume cannot be adjusted and the sound will be distorted and noisy. Before playback, turn down the volume of the connected device to avoid damaging the connected speaker.
Storing Data Other Than Audio Files
You can transfer data from the hard disk of a computer to the built-in hard disk of this player using Windows Explorer. The built-in hard disk of the player is displayed in Windows Explorer as an external drive (as a removable storage).
Do not use SonicStage while operating the hard disk of the player using Windows Explorer. If WAV and MP3 files are transferred to the player using Explorer, they cannot be played. Transfer them using SonicStage. Do not disconnect the USB cable while the data is transferred. The data being transferred may be destroyed. Do not initialize the hard disk of the player on the computer.
Resetting to the Factory Settings
Reset all the settings in the MENU display to the factory settings.
While the player is stopped, press and
hold SEARCH/ MENU. The MENU display appears.
/ to select Initialize System, and then press. The Initialize System display appears.
/ to select Factory Settings, and then press. The Factory Settings display appears.
/ to select Yes, and then press. The message appears, and then the display returns to the Initialize System display.
To cancel set up Press. Alternatively, select No in step , and then press. The display returns to the Format display.
You cannot reset to the factory settings during playback.
Initializing Hard Disk
You can initialize the built-in hard disk of the player. If the hard disk is initialized, all the audio data and the other data stored will be erased. Be sure to verify the data stored in the hard disk prior to initializing.
/ to select Initialize HDD, and then press. The Initialize HDD display appears.
/ to select Yes, and then press. A confirmation dialog appears.
To cancel set up Press. Alternatively, select No in step , and then press. The display returns to the Initialize System display.
Do not initialize the hard disk of the player on the computer. You cannot format the hard disk during playback. All the audio data and the files other than audio data are deleted if the player is initialized. If tracks are erased by initializing, SonicStage recognizes them as tracks to be transferred back to the computer when the player is connected to your computer. Therefore, the remaining transferable count increases automatically.
To uninstall SonicStage, follow the procedures below.
Click Start Control Panel.*
* Settings Control Panel in the case of Windows 2000 Professional/ Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition
Double-click Add/Remove Programs. Click SonicStage 3.1 in the Currently Installed
Programs list, and then click Change and Remove.* Follow the displayed instruction and restart your computer. The uninstallation is completed when the computer has restarted. * Change/Remove in the case of Windows 2000 Professional, Add/ Remove in the case of Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition
When you install SonicStage Ver. 3.1, OpenMG Secure Module 4.1 is installed at the same time. Do not delete OpenMG Secure Module 4.1 since it may be used by other software.
If you experience trouble with your player, try the following solutions. Remove the battery and insert it again. Check the symptoms in Troubleshooting. Check the symptoms in the SonicStage Help when using SonicStage. If the problem cannot be solved after checking the above references, check the following table and then consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Symptom Battery life is short Case and/or corrective action The operating temperature is below 5C (41F). This is due to the battery characteristics and not a malfunction. You have not used the player for a prolonged period. Efficiency of the battery will be improved by repeatedly charging and discharging. The battery pack may have reached the end of its useful life. Replace it with a new one. Battery charging time is insufficient. Keep charging the battery until appears.
Symptom There is no sound. Noise is heard. Case and/or corrective action The volume level is set to zero. Turn the volume up ( page 30). The headphone plug is not connected properly. Connect it to (headphones)/LINE OUT jack securely ( page 29). The headphone plug is dirty. Clean the headphone plug with a soft dry cloth. No audio data is stored in the hard disk. The volume does not increase AVLS is set to AVLS On. Set it to AVLS Off ( page 53). There is no sound The headphone plug is not connected properly. from the right channel Connect it to (headphones)/LINE OUT jack of the headphones. securely ( page 29). The volume cannot be Audio Out is set to Line Out. Adjust the adjusted. volume using the volume control on the connected device, or set Audio Out to Headphone ( page 53). When using the player Audio Out is set to Headphone. Set it to with a stereo system Line Out ( page 53). connected, the sound is distorted or noisy.
Symptom Buttons do not work. Case and/or corrective action The buttons are locked. Slide the HOLD switch back ( page 31). Moisture condensation has occurred (Moisture may condense inside the player if the player is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place). Leave the player aside for a few hours until the moisture evaporates. The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery ( page 13). Playback has stopped suddenly. The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery ( page 13). When trying to play an MP3 audio track that cannot be played on this player, playback will stop. Press to select other tracks ( page 30). The player has been subjected to vibration for a long time. Stop the vibration and start playback again. The backlight is not turned on. Backlight is set to Always Off. Set it to 10 sec or 30 sec ( page 53). is displayed for a Characters that cannot be displayed on the player title. are involved. Use the SonicStage software to rename the title with appropriate. The display turns off. The display automatically turns off if there is no operation for about 30 seconds in stop mode when using the battery. When scrolling track titles, etc., the display turns off about 30 seconds after scrolling is finished. Also, the display turns off when pressing and holding. For all the cases, press any button to turn on the display again.
Symptom Case and/or corrective action There is no beep sound Beep is set to Beep Off. Set it to Beep On when the player is ( page 53). operated. The player gets warm. The player may get warm when the battery is being charged and just after charging because of quick charge. Besides, the player may get warm when transferring a large number of tracks. Leave the player aside for a while. The sound is heard When the built-in hard disk of the player moves, from the inside of the the sound of operation may be heard, and the player. The player vibration of the player occurs. This is not a shakes. malfunction.
Using SonicStage Help
SonicStage Help provides further details on how to use SonicStage. SonicStage Help allows you to search easily for information from a list of operations, such as Importing audio data or Transferring audio data, or from large list of keywords, or by typing in words that might lead you to the appropriate explanations. Click Help SonicStage Help while SonicStage is running. Help appears. The player is explained as ATRAC Audio Device in SonicStage Help.
In SonicStage Help, Device/Media is the general term for a Network Walkman or MD Walkman. Follow the instructions of your internet provider regarding such things as recommended system.
To understand SonicStage Help
1 Double click Overview in the left side frame of SonicStage Help. 2 Click About This Help File. The explanation will appear in the right side frame. Scroll the display if necessary. Click underlined words to jump to their explanations.
To search for a word inside an explanation
Type the keyword to nd Search An explanation of the selected item
List Topics A list of the typed words Display
1 Click Search. 2 Type in the words. 3 Click List Topics. A list of the typed words is displayed. 4 Click to select the desired item among those displayed. 5 Click Display. An explanation of the selected item is displayed.
Follow the instructions below if an error message appears in the display.
Message AVLS NO VOLUME OPERATION ALL BOOKMARKED BATTERY IS MISSING Meaning Corrective action The volume exceeds the Set AVLS to AVLS maximum volume of Off ( page 53). AVLS. You are trying to add a A track can be registered bookmark that have already once only in each of been registered to all of the Bookmark 1 to 5. bookmark types.
You are trying to operate Insert the battery when the player via the AC you connect the AC power adaptor connection power adaptor to an AC without inserting the outlet. battery. You removed the battery from the player while it was connected to a computer. BOOKMARK FULL The number of bookmarks Remove unnecessary exceeds the limit. bookmarks ( page 40). Setup or operation is CANCEL cancelled. You are trying to edit a CANNOT EDIT You cannot edit Bookmark during BOOKMARK Bookmarks during playback. PLAYING playback or stop mode. CANNOT OPERATE Initialize System in the Stop playback and select Options display is selected STOP Initialize System during playback. again. CANNOT OPERATE You are trying to add a Add a bookmark during WHEN STOPPED bookmark while the player playback ( page 39). is stopped. The clock in the player is Connect to the computer CANNOT PLAY CONNECT TO PC not working. ( page 24). Audio data is broken. CANNOT PLAY Transfer audio data to TRACK ERROR the player again ( page 24).
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