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|Twos||9:19pm on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|On I have a thing about sony appliances, however i have never been so dissapointed. i have searched everywhere and even at sony stores , NO HELP!!! ..|
|dmzyg||11:31am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|Expensive for the market, not very durable If you are scrolling through all these reviews trying to find a pattern you might be hard pressed. Expensive for the market, not very durable If you are scrolling through all these reviews trying to find a pattern you might be hard pressed. Run, do not walk, away from this device. Sony, the greedy bastards that brought you Betamax, are back at it again with this digital music player.|
|ndriutti||7:44am on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010|
|Although sony have just released the NW-MS11 I felt that at least some mention should go to the NW-MS9.|
|mathias9||8:51am on Sunday, August 8th, 2010|
|Small, light, really great design, sound quality is good Expensive MagicGate Memory Sticks, OpenMG could irritate some people, MS Pro and Duo formats|
|cpa5147||5:33pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|The Nw-Ms9 is a great mp3 player in that it is incredibly light weight and has immaculate sounds quality. No matter how much memory it can handle.|
|vogel||10:23pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|I think this product is just GREAT! I bought it about 2 weeks ago and i think its fab.|
|morleron||10:06am on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010|
|I think this product is just GREAT! I bought it about 2 weeks ago and i think its fab. Although sony have just released the NW-MS11 I felt that at least some mention should go to the NW-MS9.|
|kendrakay||2:34pm on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|until the battery runs out you think this thing is cool battery runs out in 12 charges life stinks|
|OO_GL||2:47pm on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010|
|Lightweight, and easy to use. Immediately tell this is a Sony MP3 player when you look at it, the tiny silver case has a blue LCD display that is a beauty to look at and use. Call. But having purchased the Sony NW-MS11 (same as the MS9 but with 128Mb of memory) I was pleasently surprised. The quality of the audio is superb,...|
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Network Walkman Digital Music Player
Small Compact Design 512MB 1 Built-In Memory with Memory Stick Duo Expansion Slot Expandable Memory Using Memory Stick Duo Technology Transfer Internet Downloads and CD Recordings Connects to USB Port for High-Speed Data Transfer USB Cradle for Easy PC Connection and Recharging Internal Battery Provides up to 44 Hours 2 Continuous Playback (ATRAC3 Playback) Supplied Neck Strap Accessory Provides Wearable Convenience Plays Back In ATRAC3 Audio, Supports MP3, WMA3 and WAV Music Management Software Supplied Backlit LCD Display with 4 Modes Skip-Proof Design No Moving Parts Group/Folder Function
Shown in USB Cradle
Memory Stick Duo Adaptor and Media (sold separately) 64MB (61MB available) 128MB (123MB available)
Small Compact Design fits comfortably into the palm of a hand or is easily carried in pocket or purse.
v 512MB1 Built-In Memory With MagicGate Memory Stick Duo
Outputs: Headphone (stereo mini jack) Input: USB Cradle Connector Power Requirements: Embedded Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery Battery Life (Approx.): ATRAC3plus Audio Playback: 36 Hours with Embedded Ni-MH Battery ATRAC3 Audio Playback: 44 Hours with Embedded Ni-MH Battery Color: Silver Dimensions (WHD): 2 " x 2" x " (36.4 x 48.5 x 18mm) Weight: 2 oz (54g) Supplied Accessories: SonicStage Software, Headphones, Headphone Extension Cord, Neck Strap, Carrying Pouch, USB Cable, USB Cradle, AC Power Adaptor Optional Accessories: MSH-M64A, MSH-M128A
2004 Sony Electronics Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Sony, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, MagicGate, Memory Stick Duo, SonicStage and Walkman are trademarks of Sony. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate. 1 512MB = 536,870,912 bytes, a portion of which is used for data management functions. 2 Actual battery life may vary based on usage patterns. 3 Non secured WMA files. 4 Calculated based on 4 minutes per song @ 48kbps.
Expansion Slot The Network Walkman player comes equipped with 512MB 1 of embedded memory which provides 340 songs 4 on the device. Expandable Memory Using MagicGate Memory Stick Duo Technology The Network Walkman device comes with a Memory Stick Duo media expansion slot that allows you to take along even more music. An optional Memory Stick Duo media is offered in 64MB and 128MB capacity. Transfer Internet Downloads and Recordings between your CDs and your PC, creating your own music mixes for on-the-go enjoyment. Connects to USB Port for High-Speed Data Transfer After music mixes have been created in the jukebox, they are easily transferred at super fast speed to the device. USB Cradle for PC Connection and Recharging Connects unit directly to PC and recharges the internal battery by simply placing the Network Walkman player in the USB cradle when cradle is powered by supplied AC adaptor. Internal Battery Provides Up to 44 Hours 2 Continuous Playback (ATRAC3 Audio Playback) and can be charged in the supplied charging stand.
Supplied Neck Strap Accessory Provides Wearable Convenience
Plays Back in ATRAC3 Audio, Supports Multiple Internet Audio Formats (MP3, WMA3, WAV) The Network Walkman player plays back ATRAC3 and ATRAC3plus files and supports the most popular Internet Audio formats. Music Management Software Supplied Import, manage and easily transfer your digital music collections with the supplied music management software. Backlit LCD Display with 4 Modes depending on the mode chosen, display will feature track number, bit rate, elapsed time, song title, artist name, spectrum analyzer, play mode and bass/AVLS/battery life indicator. Skip-Proof Design with No Moving Parts for uninterrupted playback even while carrying the Network Walkman player during active uses. Group/Folder Function Allows for easy navigation between multiple file folders transferred from playlist.
Sony Electronics Inc. 1 Sony Drive Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656 www.sony.com Printed in USA 2/2004
Portable Memory Stick Audio Player
WALKMAN is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation to represent Headphone Stereo products. is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
2004 Sony Corporation
To prevent fire 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 news papers, 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 United States
The model number is located in the front and the serial number is located inside the Memory Stick slot cover of the player (see page 10). Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No.
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 using 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 Services Center at (866)-456-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd. Fort Myers, FL33913
Note on installation
If you use the unit at a place subject to static or electrical noise, the tracks transferring information may be corrupted. This would prevent successful transferring authorization on your computer.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Model No.: SONY NW-MS70D NW-MS90D NW-MS77DR Sony Electronics Inc. 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 USA 858-942-2230
For the customers in the Netherlands
Voor de Klanten in Nederland
Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in als klein chemisch afval(KCA).
Responsible Party: Address: Telephone Number:
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.
* You can also use a Memory Stick for reading/writing data that is not protected by a copyright protection technology.
What is MagicGate?
MagicGate is a copyright protection technology for MagicGate Memory Stick and compliant products, such as Network Walkman. Authentication ensures that the protected content is transferred only between compliant devices and MagicGate Memory Stick, and that protected content is recorded and transferred in an encrypted format to prevent unauthorized copying or playback.
Using Memory Stick (not supplied) on your Network Walkman
Prepare MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo. Memory Stick is not supplied with your Network Walkman. Although there are several types of Memory Stick, MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo is the only media that supports your Network Walkman. When you purchase Memory Stick, make sure that you select MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo with a logo and logo.
The memory capacity of MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo supported by your Network Walkman is up to 128MB.
Notes on using Memory Stick Duo
Do not remove Memory Stick Duo during reading or writing data. Data may be damaged in the following cases. The Network Walkman is removed from the USB cradle or the dedicated USB cable is unplugged while reading or writing data. The Memory Stick is used in a location subject to static electricity or electric noise. Creating backup copies of important data is recommended.
Notes on formatting (initializing)
Memory Stick Duo is shipped with a FAT format as the standard format. To format Memory Stick, use devices conformable with the Memory Stick. If Memory Stick is formatted using Windows Explorer, FORMAT ERROR (page 53) will be displayed and audio files cannot be played on the Network Walkman. On Windows XP, you can format Memory Stick properly. When you format Memory Stick, always perform either one of the following: Follow the instructions of Formatting memory on page 44. Format using the supplied SonicStage software. For details on how to format using the SonicStage software, refer to SonicStage Online Help.
Displaying on Windows Explorer
When you connect Network Walkman to your computer with the supplied USB cable, you can display the data stored on Memory Stick or built-in flash memory as an external drive (for example, as the D drive) using Windows Explorer. Data transferred with the SonicStage software, and audio data recorded directly from the digital/analog audio device (only for NW-MS77DR) will be stored in a HIFI folder. Do not edit data stored in the HIFI folder using Windows Explorer. Data copied or edited using Windows Explorer cannot be played on your Network Walkman. You can display data that has been stored on other Memory Stick compatible devices (JPEG, MPEG format, etc.,). For information on how to handle data except in the HIFI folder, refer to the instruction manual that comes with the equipment with which the recording has been done.
USB cradle connector CHARGE lamp Access lamp
USB cradle connector Recording USB cradle
The CHARGE lamp on the USB cradle or the recording USB cradle lights up and charging starts. It takes approximately 90 minutes*. When charging is complete, the CHARGE lamp goes out. We recommend you to charge the battery for 30 minutes or more continuously. Your Network Walkman requires 15 minutes to check the battery condition to protect it before a quick recharge starts.
* The figure represents the charging time for an empty battery charged in an ambient temperature of between 5C to 35C (67F to 95F). The charging time will be shortened depending on the battery power remaining. If the battery is charged in a low-temperature environment, the charging time will be longer.
Battery duration (for continuous use)
ATRAC3 format: Approximately 44 hours ATRAC3plus format: Approximately 36 hours
On the remaining battery indication
The battery icon in the display (page 14) changes as shown below.
battery power is not enough to play music
charge the battery
Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of between 5C to 35C (67F to 95F). It cannot playback during charge.
For details about each part, refer to the pages in parentheses.
Front side Rear side
1 VOL (+/) control (Page 23, 35) 2 Headphone plug (Page 25) 3 Plug cover (Page 25 to 26) 4 SOUND/AVLS button (Page 30, 35) 5 Memory Stick Eject button (Page 15, 19, 24)
6 Display (Page 14, 27, 53 to 55) For details on the display and icons, refer to page 14. 7 Shuttle switch (Page 24, 27 to 44) 8 Play/Stop button (Page 23 to 24, 27 to 44) 9 RESET button (Page 48) 0 USB cradle connector (Page 12, 17, 21) qa HOLD (Locking controls) switch (Page 32) qs MENU button (Page 27 to 44, 59) You can switch to the Time display by pressing the MENU button for a while. qd Access lamp (Page 17) qf Memory Stick slot (Page 15, 19, 24)
Locating controls (continued)
1 Text/graphic information display (page 27) Displays track number, track name, current date and time (page 28 to 34), ERROR MESSAGE (page 18, 53 to 55) and menu. Press the MENU button to switch the display mode. For details, refer to Changing the display mode on page 28. And for details on the display mode during recording, refer to Recording onto your Network Walkman on page 19 to 21. 2 Playback mode indication (page 27) The current playback mode is displayed.
3 AVLS indication (page 35) The indication appears while the AVLS function is activated. 4 Digital sound preset indication (page 30 to 31) The current sound setting is displayed. 5 Memory Stick indication (page 15, 19) The icon is displayed when Memory Stick (not supplied) is inserted into the slot. 6 Remaining battery indication (page 12) The remaining battery power is displayed.
When you adjust the length of headphone cord, hold the end of the neck strap.
2 Rotate the VOL (+/) control to adjust the volume.
1 Press the Play/Stop button.
When the normal playback mode is selected, playback stops automatically after the last song is played*.
* When a Memory Stick (not supplied) is inserted into the slot, songs stored in the Memory Stick will be played after the last song in the built-in flash memory is played.
HOLD switch (Set to off.)
If playback does not start
Make sure that the HOLD switch is set to off (page 32).
To stop playback
Press the Play/Stop button.
If your Network Walkman is not operated for 10 seconds while in stop mode, the display automatically turns off. When scrolling track titles, etc., the display turns off after scrolling is finished.
To adjust the volume
The volume can be set in the PRESET and MANUAL mode (page 35 to 36).
What is the Group function?
The Group function enables you to select favorite music conveniently on your Network Walkman. You can transfer or play songs by album or artist using the Group function. Note that the group information may be erased or damaged if a song that is transferred to Memory Stick using the Group function is edited with a device that does not support the function.
Built-in flash memory
Track1 Track2 Track3 Track1 Track2 Track3 Track1 Track2 Track3
Playback starts in order of the songs in the built-in flash memory, and then data in the Memory Stick. The track number is the order of songs in each group. You can switch between Track Name mode and Group mode by pulling the Shuttle switch. In the Group mode, group names are displayed instead of track names. In addition, any shift operations, such as Skip or Repeat, are performed by group.
Transferring by group
Track1 Track2 Track3 Track1 Track2 Track3
The audio files transferred to the SonicStage software are always grouped when transferred to the built-in flash memory or a Memory Stick.
Listening to music with your Network Walkman (continued)
On other operations
Shuttle switch to Pull (.)
To remove Memory Stick (not supplied)
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select REC REMAIN > and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
The remaining recordable time is displayed.
Displaying the remaining recordable time (continued)
After viewing the remaining recordable time, press the Play/Stop button. Press the MENU button.
Adjusting treble and bass (Digital sound preset)
You can adjust the treble and bass. You can preset two settings, which can be selected during playback.
Selecting the Sound quality
Sound quality Bass Treble SOUND 1 (S1) +SOUND 2 SOUND OFF (S2) (NORMAL SOUND) +0 0
Press the SOUND/AVLS button repeatedly to select S1 or S2.
S1 S2 (none)
To return to the normal Sound quality Select SOUND OFF.
Adjusting the sound quality
You can adjust the sound quality of bass and treble parts.
Sound quality Bass Treble Emphasis level -4 to +3 -4 to +3
Press the MENU button
To adjust the SOUND 2 setting
Select SOUND :2 > in 1 of step 3.
You can preset desired sound quality settings as SOUND 1 and SOUND 2. While playing music, you can assign a preset sound quality to music.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select SOUND > and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Set up the tone quality of SOUND 1.
1 Rotate the Shuttle switch to select SOUND :1 > and press the Play/Stop button to confirm. 2 After SOUND 1:B > appears, press the Play/Stop button once. 3 Rotate the Shuttle switch to adjust the emphasis level of bass sounds and press the Play/Stop button to confirm. 4 After SOUND 1:T > appears, press the Play/Stop button once. 5 Rotate the Shuttle switch to adjust the emphasis level of treble sounds and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Locking the controls (HOLD)
You can protect your Network Walkman against accidental operation by using the HOLD function when carrying it.
Storing data other than audio files
You can transfer data from the hard disk of your computer to the built-in flash memory or Memory Stick using Windows Explorer. Either the built-in flash memory or Memory Stick is displayed in Windows Explorer as an external drive (for example: as the D drive). When Memory Stick is inserted into the slot of your Network Walkman, only the data stored in Memory Stick will be displayed. If you want to display the data stored in the built-in flash memory, remove Memory Stick from the slot of your Network Walkman. Note
Rotate the Shuttle switch to adjust the year setting and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
The month digit blinks.
If the unit is not used for a long time, your settings of the date and time may be reset. If the current time is not set, the display for the date and time will be -- --. If PC CLK is set to ON (page 33), the time setting of your Network Walkman is automatically adjusted to a computers built-in clock when your Network Walkman is connected to the computer. Depending on the shipping area, the time display format of the unit is set to a 12-hour display or a 24hour display. You cannot switch between a 12-hour display and a 24hour display in the unit. A 24-hour display is shown in this manual.
Limiting the volume (AVLS)
You can set AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) to limit the maximum volume to prevent auditory disturbance or distraction. With AVLS, you can listen to music at a comfortable volume level.
Setting the volume using the preset volume function
There are two modes to adjust the volume level. Manual mode: Rotate the VOL (+/) control to adjust the volume level in the range of 0 to 31. Preset mode: Rotate the VOL (+/) control to set the volume level to any of three preset levels: LO, MID, or HI.
SOUND/ AVLS button
VOL (+/) control to () to (+)
Press and hold the SOUND/AVLS button for half a second.
The (AVLS) indication is displayed. The volume is kept at a moderate level.
To cancel AVLS Press and hold the SOUND/AVLS button until the indication goes out.
Setting a volume level of the preset mode
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select VOL: MAN.
Setting the volume using the preset volume function (continued)
Press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Switching to the manual mode
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select SET >.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select VOL: SET.
VOL LO xx* blinks. * xx stands for numeric values of the volume level.
VOL LO xx
SET > blinks.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select MAN.
Set volume levels of three preset levels: LO, MID, or HI.
1 Rotate the VOL (+/) control to set the volume level of the LO preset. 2 Rotate the Shuttle switch to select VOL MID xx, and then rotate the VOL (+/) control to set the volume level of the MID preset. 3 Rotate the Shuttle switch to select VOL HI xx, and then rotate the VOL (+/) control to set the volume level of the HI preset.
Press the Play/Stop button to confirm. Press the MENU button.
The display returns to the normal screen. With this setting, you can adjust the volume level by rotating the volume control.
The display returns to the normal screen. With these settings, you can adjust the volume level to any of three preset levels: LO, MID, or HI.
The default setting is OFF.
Synchro-recording cannot be used when recording from an analog audio device. During synchro-recording, you cannot pause or continue recording manually. Do not change the synchro-recording setting while recording. Recording may not complete correctly. Even if there is a silent portion in the recording source, recording may not pause automatically if noise is present in the recording source. If there is a silent portion for a few seconds in a song during synchro-recording, a new track is created from the point where the sound is detected again.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select SYNC: and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Selecting the bit rate
You can select the recording bit rate (48 kbps or 64 kbps) using the ATRAC3plus format. The higher the bit rate, the better the sound quality. However, audio data increases in size.
Editing the track name and group name (EDIT NAME)
You can edit the recorded track/group name. You can edit the track/group name only when the music is stopped, but not during playback. You cannot edit the artist name.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select BITRATE: and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select EDIT NAME > and press the Play/ Stop button to confirm.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired bit rate and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Editing the track name and group name (EDIT NAME) (continued)
Select the desired track or group which you want to edit.
When editing the track name Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired track name, and press the Play/Stop button to confirm. When editing the group name Pull out the Shuttle switch to display the group name, and then rotate it to select the desired group name, and press the Play/ Stop button to confirm. When the track/group name is selected, the first character/number/symbol flashes, and you can start editing.
After ERASING is displayed, the song will be erased. When the song is erased, COMPLETE is displayed and the display returns to the indication in step 2.
z Tip You can switch to the Group mode by pulling and rotating the Shuttle switch.
To cancel erasing a song
Select N in step 4.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select ERASE and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
To erase a song by group
Pull and rotate the Shuttle switch to select the group you want to erase in step 3.
You cannot erase a song while playing music. (ERASE will not be displayed in the menu screen.) You cannot erase audio files stored in a Memory Stick when the erasure prevention switch of the Memory Stick is set to LOCK. (MS LOCKED will be displayed.) Do not remove Memory Stick Duo while ERASING is displayed.
You cannot erase audio file while playing music.
Regrouping songs (REGROUP)
The song group function may be disabled* when a song has been deleted from or added to the built-in flash memory or Memory Stick Duo by operating the computer in which the SonicStage software is not installed (page 15). In such a case, you may enable the group function by regrouping audio file. When you need to edit audio file, make sure that you connect your Network Walkman to the computer and use the SonicStage software.
* The order of songs will not be changed even if the song group function is disabled.
Regrouping starts and REGROUPING blinks. When regrouping audio file is complete, COMPLETE is displayed and the display returns to the indication in step 2.
You cannot regroup songs while playing music. (REGROUP will not be displayed in the menu screen.) Do not remove the Memory Stick while REGROUP is displayed.
z Tip In some cases, you may not be able to restore the former grouping. When you need to edit audio file, connect your Network Walkman to the computer and use the SonicStage software.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select REGROUP and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
You cannot regroup audio file while playing music.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select Y and press the Play/Stop button to confirm.
Charging the battery with a USB connection (USB CHARGE)
The setting enables you to charge your Network Walkman by connecting your Network Walkman to the computer using the dedicated USB cable. You can charge the battery without connecting the AC power adaptor. z Tip The USB CHARGE function is useful when you want to charge your Network Walkman away from your home. Normally, charge the battery with the AC power adaptor.
On heat build-up
Heat may build up in your Network Walkman or USB cradle while charging if it is used for an extended period of time.
Precautions (continued) On handling the Memory Stick Duo
When disposing the Network Walkman
This Network Walkman has a built-in nickel metal hydride battery. When you dispose of the Network Walkman, be sure to dispose of it properly.
Certain countries may regulate disposal of the battery used to power this product. Consult with your local authority.
Do not label Memory Stick Duo to prevent sticking it in the slot. You cannot record, edit, or delete data stored in a Memory Stick when the erasure prevention switch is set to LOCK. (A) Use a tapered tool when you set the erasure prevention switch. Do not remove Memory Stick while reading or writing data. Do not perform the following to prevent damage to data. Remove Memory Stick or turn off your Network Walkman while reading or writing data. Operate your Network Walkman in the location under the influence of static charge or electrical noise. Making a backup of important data is recommended. Do not apply too much pressure to Memory Stick when you write down in the memo area. (C) Keep a Memory Stick in its supplied case when you carry or store it. Do not touch the Memory Stick connector with your finger or metallic objects. (B) Do not bend, drop, or subject a Memory Stick to strong shock. Do not disassemble or modify a Memory Stick. Do not allow a Memory Stick to get wet. Do not use or store your Network Walkman in a location that is subjected to: Extremely high temperature such as in a sunheated car Direct sunlight High humidity or places with corrosive substances Note
Never disassemble your Network Walkman except when disposing of it.
To remove the Nickel Metal Hydride battery
1 Remove the screws (A and B) at the sides using a Phillips screwdriver.
2 Remove the cover.
Nickel Metal Hydride battery
3 Disconnect the connector and then remove the battery. 4 Insulate the connector terminal by wrapping with a tape.
For the customers in the U.S.A. and Canada RECYCLING NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERIES
On the display window
Symptom The backlight is not turned on. s is displayed for a title. Cause/Remedy LIGHT is set to OFF. c In the menu mode, set LIGHT to ON (page 37). Characters that cannot be displayed on your Network Walkman are involved. c Use the supplied SonicStage software to rename the title with appropriate characters.
On charging the battery
Symptom Battery life is short. Cause/Remedy The operating temperature is below 5C (67F). c Battery life becomes shorter due to the battery characteristics. This is not malfunction. You did not use your Network Walkman for a prolonged period. c Efficiency of the battery will be improved by repetition of charging and discharging. The battery is required to be replaced. c Consult your near Sony dealer. Battery charging time is not enough. c Your Network Walkman requires 15 minutes to check the battery condition to protect it before a quick recharge starts. Keep charging the battery until it is complete (the CHARGE lamp goes out). The Charge lamp does not light. The Charge lamp blinks. The unit does not operate normally. c Press the reset button to reset the unit (page 48). You are trying to charge the battery at high or low temperature. c Charge the battery in ambient temperature of between 5C to 35C (67F to 95F). The battery will not be charged at high or low temperature to prevent its deterioration.
On the connection with the computer or supplied software
Symptom The software cannot be installed. Cause/Remedy An operating system not compatible with the software is used. c For details, refer to the separate manual SonicStage Operating Instructions. Wait for the authentication of the SonicStage software. Another application is running on the computer. c Wait for a while and reconnect the USB cable. If the problem persists, disconnect the USB cable, restart the computer, and then reconnect the USB cable. The dedicated USB cable is disconnected. c Connect the dedicated USB cable. A USB hub is used. c Connecting via a USB hub is not guaranteed. Connect the dedicated USB cable directly to the computer.
CONNECT is not displayed when connecting to the computer with the dedicated USB cable.
Symptom Your Network Walkman is not recognized by the computer when it is connected to the computer. Cause/Remedy Your Network Walkman is not placed on the USB cradle or the recording USB cradle properly. c Place your Network Walkman on the USB cradle or the recording USB cradle properly. The dedicate USB cable is disconnected. c Connect the dedicated USB cable. The driver file for your Network Walkman has not been installed. c Install the driver file for your Network Walkman (page 15). The driver file for your Network Walkman will be installed automatically if you install the SonicStage software using the supplied CD-ROM. The dedicated USB cable is not connected properly. c Connect the USB cable properly. The song has already been transferred three times. (SonicStage ver. 2.0 and above is not subject to this limitation.) c Transfer the song back to the computer and then transfer it to your Network Walkman again. The free space of the memory (built-in flash memory or Memory Stick) to where you want to transfer audio files is insufficient. c Transfer any unnecessary songs back to the computer and increase the free space. You have already transferred 400 songs or 400 groups to the built-in flash memory. c The maximum number of songs or groups that you can transfer to the built-in flash memory is 400. You have already transferred 400 songs or 400 groups to the Memory Stick. c The maximum number of songs or groups that you can transfer to a Memory Stick is 400. Audio files with a limited playing period or playing count may not be transferred due to restrictions set by copyright holders. For details on the settings of each audio file, contact the distributor. The Memory Stick to where you want to transfer audio files does not support MagicGate. c Use MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo. The free space of the memory (built-in flash memory or Memory Stick) to where you want to transfer audio files is not enough for the size of audio files you tried to. c Transfer any unnecessary audio files back to the computer and increase the free space. Data other than audio files are stored in the media (built-in flash memory or Memory Stick) to where you want to transfer audio files to. c Move data other than audio files to the computer and increase the free space. Any computer other than the computer used for transferring to your Network Walkman is selected for transferring back to the computer target. c Audio files cannot be transferred back to the computer to any computer other than the computer used for transferring to your Network Walkman. The audio file has been deleted from the computer used for transferring to your Network Walkman. c The audio file cannot be transferred back to the computer if the file is deleted from the computer used for transferring to your Network Walkman. Also delete this audio file from your Network Walkman.
Message GROUP FULL Meaning The maximum number of groups in the built-in flash memory or the Memory Stick has been exceeded. Remedy After transferring the necessary groups to your computer, erase the groups. For details on how to transfer groups to your computer, refer to online Help for the SonicStage software.
HOLD LOW BATT MEMORY FULL
All operation buttons are disabled since the Set the HOLD switch to off to operate the buttons. HOLD switch is set to on. The battery is low. The memory is full or there are 400 groups. Charge the battery. Delete songs or groups. A group without song is also regarded as one group. To delete groups without song, use the SonicStage software. Transfer normal audio files back to the computer and then format Memory Stick on your Network Walkman. (For details, refer to To delete abnormal data from a Memory Stick or built-in flash memory (page 55).) Set the erasure prevention switch to off when you format a Memory Stick, transfer audio data connecting your Network Walkman to the computer, or connect your Network Walkman to the digital/analog audio device for recording (NW-MS77DR).
An unauthorized distribution file is detected for copyright protection.
The erasure prevention switch of Memory Stick is set to LOCK.
If there is no audio files in the Memory There is no audio files in the built-in flash memory or Memory Stick. Stick, use the SonicStage software to transfer audio files. Other than MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo is inserted. Insert the MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo (not supplied). For details, refer to On MagicGate Memory Stick on page 8. Use the SonicStage software to transfer audio files. Insert the MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo (not supplied). For details, refer to On MagicGate Memory Stick on page 8.
NO DATA READ ONLY
There are no data in Memory Stick. Read-only Memory Stick is inserted.
Remove and reinsert Memory Stick. You cannot access Memory Stick. There is a problem with Memory Stick If the problem persists, bring your Network Walkman and Memory Stick to your or your Network Walkman. nearest Sony dealer. The inserted Memory Stick is not compatible with your Network Walkman. Insert MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo (not supplied) to the slot as needed.
MagicGate 8, 57 MagicGate-compatible Memory Stick Duo 9, 15, 19, 54 Insert 15, 19 Remove 24 Memory Stick 8, 57 MENU button 2731, 3344 Menu list 59 MG Memory Stick (MagicGate Memory Stick) 8, 57 MP3 6
Time setting TITLE Transferring Troubleshooting 33, 6, 15 48
USB cable USB CHARGE USB cradle 10, 10, 11, 12, 16, 17
OpenMG 57 Volume 35, 36
PC CLK Play WAV format Windows Explorer 6 9, 32
Recording 19 Recording USB cradle 10 REC REMAIN 29 Regroup 42 Remaining battery indication 12 Remove 24 Repeat 27 Reset 48 RETURN 59
Serial number 2, 10 SHUF 27 Shuttle switch 24, 2731, 3344 Skip to the beginning of a track 24 SonicStage 57 Sound preset (Digital Sound Preset) 30 Synchro-recording 38
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