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sophana 4:58pm on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 
Owned since July 2005. Ear phones are cheap with poor sound. Does not come with any kind of arm band etc. which comes in handy working out or like me,...
jeffpickens 6:07pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 
The Sony Walkman, Sony over the past 2 decades have been about the best product to purchase. first off this is a minimal mp3 player, well you can call it that.
stevel 12:05pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010 
I bought mine a couple of months ago, because it was cute and cheap. I Bought this a week ago, only for one reason battery life, it has 70 hours! on one battery but..
funnypapa 3:52am on Sunday, June 20th, 2010 
What a great little player this is. I had one...  Indistructable, good for accident prone people, Great battery life, great price. When I bought mine, it wont play MP3s. Why?Ju...  small size too small capacity

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Portable IC Audio Player

Enjoying music with the Network Walkman
You can easily transfer digital audio files from your computer to your Network Walkman using the SonicStage software to enjoy music anywhere you go.

Preparing

Checking the package contents
Network Walkman (1) Headphones (1)* Dedicated USB cable (1)
Network Walkman NW-E103/E105/E107

Operating Instructions

Installing the SonicStage software
Be sure to install the SonicStage software from the supplied CD-ROM in your computer. (The driver for the Network Walkman, the PDF file Operating Instructions and the PDF file SonicStage Operating Instructions will be installed.)

Quick Start Guide

Import audio files to your computer

SonicStage

Transfer audio files to your Network Walkman Play back a song
1 Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your

computer.

The install wizard will be displayed.
Refer to the PDF file Operating Instructions
Refer to the PDF file Operating Instructions for more information and for troubleshooting.
CD-ROM for the SonicStage software, PDF file Operating Instructions and PDF file SonicStage Operating Instructions (1) Quick Start Guide
* On PSYC Model, a different type headphone may be supplied.
Quit all activated applications on your computer. Log on as administrator (in case of Windows 2000 / Windows XP). Quit the virus check software (the software is hard-pressed on your computer).
How to display the PDF file Operating Instructions
The PDF file Operating Instructions will be installed when the SonicStage software is installed. Double-click (NW-E100 series manuals), or click [Start] - [All Programs] - [SonicStage] on your computer. You need Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later, or Adobe Reader software in your computer. Import audio files from an audio CD or the Internet. Audio files can be organized on SonicStage.
2 Click [Install SonicStage] and follow the
instructions on the screen.
(When the Region Selection screen is displayed, select your area and click [Next].)
For other languages PDF file Operating Instructions
English PDF file Operating Instructions are contained in the supplied CDROM. O ficheiro PDF Instrues de funcionamento em portugus est no CDROM fornecido. Nederlands PDF-bestand "Gebruiksaanwijzing" vindt u op de bijgeleverde CD-ROM. Den svenska PDF-filen Bruksanvisning finns p den medfljande CD ROM-skivan. Suomenkielinen PDF-tiedosto Kyttohje on toimitetulla CD-levyll. a cpy cyaa pae PDF a pycc e cepc a paae ce CD-ROM.

Inserting the battery

Insert an LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery with correct polarity.
You can play back songs in order of group and select playback mode, Shuffle, Repeat, or etc.
Install SonicStage SonicStage installer
Be sure to use the SonicStage software to playback music with your Network Walkman.
Installation may take 20 to 30 minutes depending on your computer. Restart the computer after installing is complete.
If you cannot install the software, check the Q&A shown below.

Lets use the unit

2005 Sony Corporation Printed in China
Remaining battery indication
The battery icon in the display changes as shown below.
Proceed with steps 1 to 6

WARNING

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 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.
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 1-(866)-456-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Fort Myers, FL33913

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).

Notice for users

On the supplied software
Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the software or the manual accompanying it in whole or in part, or renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder. In no event will SONY be liable for any financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with this player. In the event a problem occurs with this software as a result of defective manufacturing, SONY will replace it. However, SONY bears no other responsibility. The software provided with this player cannot be used with equipment other than that which is so designated. Please note that, due to continued efforts to improve quality, the software specifications may be changed without notice. Operation of this player with software other than that provided is not covered by the warranty. Program 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Sony Corporation Documentation 2005 Sony Corporation

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.
For the customers in the United States

Owners Record

The model number is located on the front and the serial number is located in the battery compartment of the player. 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.
ATRAC, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. In this manual, TM and marks are not specified. Adobe Reader is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. CD and music-related data from Gracenote, Inc., copyright 2000-2004 Gracenote. Gracenote CDDB Client Software, copyright 2000-2004 Gracenote. This product and service may practice one or more of the following U.S. Patents: #5,987,525; #6,061,680; #6,154,773, #6,161,132, #6,230,192, #6,230,207, #6,240,459, #6,330,593, and other patents issued or pending. Services supplied and/or device manufactured under license for following Open Globe, Inc. United States Patent 6,304,523. Gracenote is a registered trademarks of Gracenote. The Gracenote logo and logotype, and the Powered by Gracenote logo are trademarks of Gracenote.

If LOW BATT is displayed, you need to change the battery.
Even if the SonicStage or OpenMG Jukebox software is already installed, be sure to install the supplied SonicStage software in order to install the driver for the Network Walkman.
If installing is not successful Q&A
Q1 Is there sufficient hard disk drive space on your computer?
AMB or more space is needed to install the SonicStage software (1.5 GB or more is recommended). (The amount of space will vary depending on the Windows version and the number of audio files stored on the built-in flash memory.) If the hard disk drive space is insufficient, delete unnecessary data on your computer to increase space.
Q6 Is the access lamp of your computer lit?
A6 When the access lamp of your computer is lit, the installation is progressing normally. Please wait. The installation may take 30 minutes or more, depending on your computer, CD drive or system environment.
Q2 Is the operating system on your computer compatible?
A2 The following operating systems are compatible with the SonicStage software. Operating systems other than the following are not supported. Factory installed: Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 / Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 / Windows XP Media Center Edition / Windows XP Professional / Windows XP Home Edition / Windows 2000 Professional / Windows Millennium Edition / Windows 98 Second Edition
This software is not supported by the following environments: - OSs other than those indicated above - Personally constructed PCs or operating systems - An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturer-installed operating system - Multi-boot environment - Multi-monitor environment - Macintosh For Windows 2000 Professional users, install Service Pack 3, or later version, before using the software.
Q7 Does the installation wizard not start up when the supplied CD-ROM is inserted?
A7 The installation wizard may not start up, depending on your computer setting. In this case, double-click [My computer] - [CD-ROM] on your computer.
Make sure of the following to install the SonicStage software successfully.
Quit all applications, including resident programs. Log on as administrator.
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Model No.: SONY NW-E103 NW-E105 NW-EW. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 USA

On the Specifications

See the PDF file Operating Instructions for the Specifications.
If the SonicStage software does not start up Install the software again. (Copy the contents of the supplied CD-ROM into your computer, then installing should finish successfully.)
Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. Address:

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.
For online customer support information
For customers in the USA and Canada, visit: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport For customers in Europe, visit: http://www.support-nwwalkman.com For customers in the other country, visit: http://www.css.ap.sony.com
Q3 Did all Windows programs on your computer quit before installation the SonicStage software?
A3 Quit all activated applications (displayed on the task bar of your computer).
Should any problem persist after you have checked these symptoms, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
We do not guarantee trouble-free operation on all computers that satisfy the system requirement. The NTFS format of Windows XP/Windows 2000 Professional can be used only with the standard (factory) settings. We do not guarantee trouble-free operation of the system suspend, sleep, or hibernation function on all computers.
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.
WALKMAN is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation to represent Headphone Stereo products. is a trademark of Sony Corporation. PSYC is a trademark of Sony Corporation. OpenMG and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. SonicStage and SonicStage logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.

Q4 Does the installation appear to have stopped before it has finished?
A4 Check for the appearance of an error message beneath the installation window. Press the Tab key while holding down the Alt key. If there is an error message, follow the instructions on the screen. If there is no message, the installation is still in progress. Wait for a little while longer.
Q5 Is the progress bar on the install wizard moving?
A5 When the progress bar on the install wizard of your computer is moving, the installation is progressing normally. Please wait. The installation may take 30 minutes or more, depending on your computer, CD drive or system environment.

Continue to reverse side

Transferring
Importing audio files to your computer
To import audio files from an audio CD
Record and store audio files from an audio CD to the SonicStage [My Library].

Playing back

Transferring files to your Network Walkman
Transfer tracks (audio data) stored in SonicStage [My Library] to the Network Walkman.

1 Connect headphones to

i (headphones) jack.

Changing playback mode

1 Connect your Network Walkman to your
USB CONNECT appears in the display.

1 Double-click

SonicStage software starts up.

on the desktop.

2 Insert the
audio CD that you want to record into the CD drive of your computer.

2 Press Nx to start

playback.
To stop playback, press Nx again./+>

REPEAT/SOUND

3 Place the

SonicStage screen

to USB jack

3 Press VOLUME +/ to

1 Press the MENU

button in stop mode.

The menu screen is displayed.

5 Press the REPEAT/

SOUND button repeatedly to select the repeat mode you want and press the Nx button to confirm.
none (Normal play) (All Repeat) (Single Repeat) (All Shuffle Repeat) (Group Repeat) (Group Shuffle Repeat)

adjust the volume.

pointer over [Music Source] and click [Import a CD].
Dedicated USB cable (supplied)

2 Select

To search tracks
Use. and +> on the Network Walkman.
To Find the beginning of the current track Find the beginning of previous tracks Find the beginning of the next track Find the beginning of succeeding tracks Go forward/backwards quickly./+> button operation Press. once. Press. repeatedly. Press +> once. Press +> repeatedly. Press and hold./+>.

4 Click

record the songs.
To stop recording, click.
2 Place the pointer over [Transfer] and select
to [ATRAC Audio Device] from the transfer destination list.
REPEATMODE> and press the Nx button to confirm.

3 Press the./+>

button to select Track Rep and press the Nx button to confirm.
To change the format and bit rate, click [Settings] before 4. To obtain CD information automatically, connect your computer to the Internet. If CD information does not appear automatically, click [CD Info] before 4 while connected to the Internet.

4 Press the MENU

button.
The display returns to the normal screen.
To import audio files from your computer

3 Select an

audio file(s) or album you want to transfer.

to start transferring.

Additional Information Q&A
Q1 Is there a limitation to transfer audio files to the Network Walkman?
A1 You can transfer up to 65,535 songs, and 4,096 groups to the built-in flash memory using SonicStage software. One group can contain up to 999 songs. However, not be transfer to the Network Walkman may not be possible if the built-in flash memory contains large size audio files, although the limitation is not exceeded. In such a case, delete unnecessary files, transfer audio files not listened to back to your computer, or change the bit rate of audio files. Bit rate indicates the data amount per second. The rate is reflected in bps (bits per second). If the bit rate is large, that means the sound quality is better though a large amount of information is used to play music. The Network Walkman is 64 kbps at factory setting. Click [Settings] on the SonicStage transfer screen to change the bit rate.
Q3 Can the Network Walkman record itself?
A3 The Network Walkman cannot record itself. Import desired audio files to the SonicStage software and transfer them to the Network Walkman using SonicStage.
Q4 Can I expand the built-in flash memory?
A4 You cannot expand the built-in flash memory.
2 Place the pointer over [Music Source] and
click [Import Music Files].
3 Click an audio file you want to import.
You can select several audio files simultaneously using the CTRL key.

4 Click [Import].

You can import audio files using the [Import] of [File] menu in the following 3 ways. Scan Folder Music File M3U File
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 Network Walkman or computer. Do not disconnect the USB cable while the data is being transferred. If you do, the data being transferred may be destroyed. When you record an audio CD for the first time, [CD Drive Check] will be performed. Record the audio CD when it is completed. The number of transfers for an audio file may be limited for reasons of copyright. If the USB cable is disconnected while the data is being transferred, unnecessary data may be left in the Network Walkman. In this case, transfer usable audio files (included non-audio data) back to your computer and format the Network Walkman.

Q5 Can the Network Walkman be protected against accidental operation?
A5 You can protect the Network Walkman by setting the GROUP/HOLD switch to HOLD. The HOLD function will prevent unnecessary power consumption caused by accidental operation when carrying it. All operation buttons are disabled and if you press buttons while the HOLD function is activated, HOLD blinks in the display.
Q2 Do MP3 audio files allow for use in the Network Walkman?
A2 You can import MP3 audio files to the SonicStage software and transfer MP3 audio files to the Network Walkman using SonicStage. (You cannot play back an audio file copied directly from Windows Explorer to the Network Walkman. You also cannot transfer the audio tracks in an audio CD to your Network Walkman in MP3 format.) MP3 format files to be used: MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3 Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz Bit rate: 32 to 320 kbps, variable bit rate-compliant
Q6 Can I store non-audio data into the Network Walkman?
A6 You can transfer data from the hard disk of your computer to the built-in flash memory using Windows Explorer. The built-in flash memory is displayed in Windows Explorer as an external drive (for example: as the D drive). If you store a lot of non-audio data into the builtin flash memory, the space for audio data is reduced by the same amount.
Q7 Is there a power switch on the Network Walkman?
A7 There is no power switch on the Network Walkman. The display turns off automatically when the Network Walkman is not operated for a certain period to conserve power.

What is CD information?

CD information is a track name, an artist name and an album name included in an audio file. When you insert an audio CD into CD drive of your computer, SonicStage will automatically obtain the CD information from CDDB (Gracenote CD DataBase) via Internet. You cannot obtain the CD information from CDDB if the CD is not registered at CDDB.

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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.

Notice for users

On the supplied software
Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the software or the manual accompanying it in whole or in part, or renting the software without the permission of the copyright holder. In no event will SONY be liable for any financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with this player. In the event a problem occurs with this software as a result of defective manufacturing, SONY will replace it. However, SONY bears no other responsibility. The software provided with this player cannot be used with equipment other than that which is so designated. Please note that, due to continued efforts to improve quality, the software specifications may be changed without notice. Operation of this player with software other than that provided is not covered by the warranty. Program 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 Sony Corporation Documentation 2005 Sony Corporation
WALKMAN is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation to represent Headphone Stereo products. is a trademark of Sony Corporation. OpenMG and its logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. SonicStage and SonicStage logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. ATRAC, ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus and their logos are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Microsoft, Windows and Windows Media are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. In this manual, TM and marks are not specified.
This manual explains how to operate your Network Walkman. For details on how to use the SonicStage (supplied software), refer to the SonicStage operating instructions. The SonicStage operating instructions are installed with the SonicStage software.

Table of Contents

Overview... 6 What you can do with your Network Walkman.. 6 Other features.. 7 Step 1: Checking the package contents.. 8 Step 2: Inserting the battery.. 9 Locating controls.. 10 Front side.. 10 Rear side... 10 Display.. 11
Adjusting the settings of your Network Walkman
Adjusting the current time setting (DATE-TIME).. 26 Limiting the volume (AVLS). 27 Setting the volume using the preset volume function.. 28 Setting a volume level of the preset mode.. 28 Switching to the manual mode. 29 Turning off the beep sound (BEEP). 30 Changing the backlight setting. 31

Basic Operations

Transferring audio files from the computer to your Network Walkman.. 12 Listening to music with your Network Walkman.. 14 What is the Group function?.. 15 On other operations.. 16

*1 Differs according to the data format. In this case, the figure for the battery duration is when continuously playing at 105kbps ATRAC3 format. *2 Differs according to the bit rate, etc., when recording. In this case, the figure for the recordable time is when recording at 48kbps ATRAC3plus format.

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 Network Walkman or computer. Depending on the type of the text and characters, the text shown on the Network Walkman may not be displayed properly on device. This is due to: The capability of the connected player. The player is not functioning normally. The ID3 TAG information for the track is written in the language or the character that is not supported by the player.
Step 1: Checking the package contents
Please check the accessories in the package. Network Walkman (1) Headphones (1)

About the Serial Number

The serial number provided for your device is required for customer registration. The number is in the battery compartment of your Network Walkman.

Serial Number

Dedicated USB cable (1)
Record the serial number. Refer to it whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. The serial number can also be shown in the menu screen (page 33).
CD-ROM for the SonicStage software, PDF file Operating Instructions and PDF file SonicStage Operating Instructions (1) Quick Start Guide
Step 2: Inserting the battery
Insert an LR03 (size AAA) alkaline battery with correct polarity. Be sure to insert it from the E side as illustrated.

Battery duration*

ATRAC3 format: Approximately 70 hours ATRAC3plus format: Approximately 60 hours MP3 format: Approximately 50 hours * The battery life may be shorter due to operating conditions and the temperature of the location.
If the battery compartment lid is accidentally detached, attach 1, then 2 as illustrated.
On the remaining battery indication
The battery icon in the display changes as shown below.

low battery

change the battery
If LOW BATT is displayed in the display, you need to change the battery. Note If you do not use the battery correctly, it may become damaged from leakage and corrosion. For best results: Use an alkaline battery. Make sure the polarity is correct. Do not charge a dry cell battery. Remove the battery, if you do not intend to use the player for an extended period of time. If you have battery leakage, replace with a new battery after cleaning the battery compartment.

Locating controls

For details about each part, refer to the pages in parentheses.

Front side 4

Rear side 8 qz 9
1 Nx button (page 14, 16 to 17, 19 to 22, 24, 26 to 33) 2 Display (page 11, 18, 43) For details on the display and icons, refer to page 11. 3./+> button (page 16 to 17, 19 to 22, 24, 26 to 33) 4 i (headphone) jack (page 14) 5 VOLUME +/ button (page 14, 28 to 29) 6 Strap hole for attaching a strap 7 MENU button (page 16 to 22, 24, 26 to 33) You can switch to the Time display by pressing and holding the MENU button. 8 Battery compartment (page 9) 9 REPEAT/SOUND button (page 18 to 20, 23) q; GROUP/HOLD switch (page 15 to 16, 23, 25) : Group mode. Play or search songs by group (page 23). : Normal mode. Play songs by track name (page 16). HOLD: Protect the Network Walkman against accidental operation (page 25). qa USB jack (page 12)

Display

1 Text/graphic information display (page 17) Displays track number, track name, current date and time (page 22 to 23, 26), MESSAGE (page 13, 43) and menu. Press the MENU button to switch the display mode. For details, refer to Changing the display mode on page 22. 2 Repeat mode indication (page 18) The current repeat mode is displayed.
3 AVLS indication (page 27) The indication appears while the AVLS function is activated. 4 Digital sound preset indication (page 23 to 24) The current sound setting is displayed. 5 Remaining battery indication (page 9) The remaining battery power is displayed.
Transferring audio files from the computer to your Network Walkman
Before connecting your Network Walkman to the computer for the first time, be sure to install the SonicStage software from the supplied CD-ROM in your computer. Even if the SonicStage software is already installed, you need to install the SonicStage software supplied with this Network Walkman before connecting your Network Walkman to the computer (update programs may be available).
Install the SonicStage software in your computer using the supplied CD-ROM. Follow step 1 only for the first time when you connect your Network Walkman to the computer. Refer to the Quick Start Guide. Refer to the SonicStage operating instructions for details. z Tip
The SonicStage operating instructions are installed with the SonicStage software in your computer.
Import audio files into the SonicStage software. For details, refer to the SonicStage operating instructions. Connect your Network Walkman to your computer. Connect the small connector of the dedicated USB cable to the USB jack on the Network Walkman, then the large connector to a USB port on your computer. USB CONNECT appears in the display.

to the USB jack

to a USB port
Dedicated USB cable (supplied)

Notes DATA ACCESS will be displayed while your Network Walkman accesses the computer. Do not disconnect the USB cable when this message is displayed. The data being transferred may be destroyed. Use of your Network Walkman with a USB hub or a USB extension cable is not guaranteed. Always connect your Network Walkman to the computer directly using the dedicated USB cable. Some USB devices connected to the computer may interfere with the proper operation of your Network Walkman. The control buttons on your Network Walkman are all disabled while it is connected to a computer. You can display the data stored in the built-in flash memory using Windows Explorer when your Network Walkman is connected to the computer.
Transfer audio files to your Network Walkman. For information on transferring audio files to the built-in flash memory, refer to the SonicStage operating instructions.
For information on transferring audio files back to the computer, refer to the SonicStage operating instructions or online Help for the SonicStage software.
Note If the USB cable is disconnected while data is being transferred, unnecessary data may be left in the Network Walkman. In this case, transfer usable audio files (including non-audio data) back to your computer and format (page 32) the Network Walkman.
Listening to music with your Network Walkman
Please insert the battery before use (see page 9), and transfer audio files to your Network Walkman.
Note When using Network Walkman, be sure do disconnect it from the computer.

Connect the headphones.

to i jack
Start playback. When the normal playback mode is selected, playback stops automatically after the last song is played.

1 Press the Nx button.

If playback does not start
2 Press the VOLUME +/ button to adjust the volume.
Make sure that the GROUP/HOLD switch is set to (NORMAL) (page 25).

To stop playback

Press the Nx button.

To adjust the volume

The volume can be set in the Preset and Manual mode (page 28 to 29).

GROUP/HOLD switch

What is the Group function?
The Group function enables you to select favorite music conveniently on your Network Walkman. You can transfer to audio files or play songs by album or artist using the Group function.

Group1

Track1 Track2 Track3 Track1 Track2 Track3 Track1 Track2 Track3

Group2

The track number is the order of songs in each group. You can switch from Track Name mode to Group mode by setting the GROUP/HOLD switch to (GROUP). 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.

Group3

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.

Track1

continued

On other operations

Nx button To Skip to the beginning of the next track/ group*1 Skip to the beginning of the current track/ group*1 Fast-forward*2 Fast-rewind*2./+> button operation Press the +> button once. Press the. button once. Press the +> button and hold it. Press the. button and hold it.
MENU button GROUP/HOLD switch./+> button
You can select to the Group mode by setting the GROUP/HOLD switch to (GROUP).
*1 Pressing and holding of the./+> button during stop mode allows you to skip to the beginning of the next (current and previous) track/group continuously. *2 Fast-forward and fast-rewind speed becomes gradually faster.

B Advanced Operations

Repeat mode
There are three types of repeat mode: Track Repeat, A-B Repeat and Sentence Repeat. Track Repeat (Track Rep) This mode plays back tracks repeatedly in the following five ways.
Track Repeat mode All Repeat Single Repeat All Shuffle Repeat Group Repeat Group Shuffle Repeat Operation
Selecting the repeat mode

Nx button

MENU button All tracks repeatedly Current track repeatedly All tracks repeatedly in random order Current group repeatedly Current group repeatedly in random order./+> button
Press the MENU button in stop mode. The menu screen is displayed.

REPEATMODE>

A-B Repeat (A-B Rep) This mode plays back the specified section in a track repeatedly. Sentence Repeat (Sentence Rep) This mode plays back voice data within a specified section in a track repeatedly.
Press the./+> button to select REPEATMODE> and press the Nx button to confirm. Press the./+> button to select a desired repeat mode and press the Nx button to confirm.

Track Rep

You can choose one mode among Track Rep, A-B Rep and Sentence Rep.

COUNT:2

Changing the display mode
You can view information such as track numbers or titles in the display while music is played or stopped. Change the display mode by operating the./+> button in the Menu mode. Lap Time: Elapsed time display mode
The following will be displayed after a music title and artist name are displayed.

Track number

Elapsed time

009 01:36

Play status*
Press the./+> button to select DISPLAY> and press the Nx button to confirm. The selected display mode blinks.

LapTime

* Play: Displays and alternately. Stop: Displays. Search track: Displays > or. Fast-forward/Fast-rewind: Displays M or m. Title: Title display mode
When the music title includes more than 12 characters, the title will be automatically scrolled.
Press the./+> button to select a desired display mode and press the Nx button to confirm. The display switches to the selected display mode.

DISPLAY>

Title/Artis
Track info: Track information display mode
The track title, CODEC, and bit rate are displayed. When the information includes more than 12 characters, the information will be automatically scrolled.
Press the MENU button. The display returns to the normal screen.

Title/Codec/

While searching, fast-forwarding, or fastrewinding a track, the current playing position is displayed.
Note The display automatically returns to the normal playback screen if you do not press any buttons for 60 seconds.
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 group display mode
For any menu screen, you can select the group mode by setting the GROUP/HOLD switch to (GROUP).
Selecting the Sound quality

Default settings

Sound quality Bass SOUND 1 SOUND 2 SOUND OFF (S1) (S2) (NORMAL SOUND) ++0 0

Treble

To cancel the Group mode
Set the GROUP/HOLD switch to in the Group mode screen. Note Pressing the./+> button in the Group mode jumps backwards or forwards through the groups. (NORMAL)

REPEAT/SOUND button

Press and hold the REPEAT/ SOUND button for half a second.
The Sound quality setting is changed as follows:

SOUND OFF (none)

To return to the normal Sound quality

Select SOUND OFF (none).

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
Set the tone for SOUND 1. 1 Press the./+> button to select SOUND 1> and press the Nx button to confirm. 2 BASS:+1 appears, press the. /+> button to adjust the emphasis level of bass sound and press the Nx button to confirm. 3 TREBLE:0 appears, press the./+> button to adjust the emphasis level of treble sound and press the Nx button to confirm. Press the MENU button. The display returns to the normal screen.
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.
To adjust the SOUND 2 setting
Select SOUND 2> in step 3.
Press the./+> button to select SOUND> and press the Nx button to confirm. SOUND: is displayed in the screen.

SOUND:1>

Locking the controls (HOLD)
You can protect your Network Walkman against accidental operation by using the HOLD function when carrying it.

Storing non-audio data

You can transfer data from the hard disk of your computer to the built-in flash memory using Windows Explorer. The built-in flash memory is displayed in Windows Explorer as an external drive (for example: as the D drive).
Notes If you store a lot of non-audio data into the builtin flash memory, the space for audio data is reduced by the same amount. Do not edit any file in the [OMGAUDIO] folder of the built-in flash memory on Windows Explorer, as audio files will not play back.
Set the GROUP/HOLD switch to HOLD.
All operation buttons are disabled. If you press buttons while the HOLD function is activated, HOLD blinks in the display.
To release the HOLD function
Set the GROUP/HOLD switch to (NORMAL).
B Adjusting the settings of your Network Walkman
Adjusting the current time setting (DATE-TIME)
You can set and display the current time.
Press the./+> button to adjust the year setting and press the Nx button to confirm. The month digit blinks.

2005y 1m 1d

As you did in step 3, adjust the settings for month and date. After pressing the./+> button to adjust the date setting and pressing the Nx button to confirm, the display switches to the time setting screen.
Press the./+> button to adjust the hour setting and press the Nx button to confirm. The minute digit blinks.
Press the./+> button to select DATE-TIME and press the Nx button to confirm. The year digit blinks.
As you did in step 5, adjust the settings for minute. After pressing the./+> button to adjust the minute setting and pressing the Nx button to confirm, the display switches to the time setting screen.

Press the Nx button to confirm. Press the MENU button. The display returns to the normal screen. With this setting, you can adjust the volume level by pressing the VOLUME +/ button.
Turning off the beep sound (BEEP)
You can turn off the beep sounds of your Network Walkman.
To change the setting to ON

Select ON in step 3.

Select [RETURN] in the menu screen, or press the MENU button.
Press the./+> button to select BEEP: and press the Nx button to confirm. ON blinks.

BEEP:ON

Press the./+> button to select OFF and press the Nx button to confirm.

BEEP:OFF

Changing the backlight setting
You can select ON or OFF.
Menu OFF ON Backlight mode Always off Turns on for a few seconds after each operation (or until scrolling is complete)
Press the./+> button to select ON and press the Nx button to confirm.

LIGHT:ON

To set ON
Press the./+> button to select LIGHT: and press the Nx button to confirm. OFF blinks.

LIGHT:OFF

B Other functions
Formatting memory (FORMAT)
You can use your Network Walkman to format the built-in flash memory. If memory is formatted, all data previously stored in the memory will be erased. Be sure to verify the data stored in the memory prior to formatting.
Press the Nx button. FORMATTING blinks and formatting starts. When formatting is complete, COMPLETE is displayed and the display returns to the indication in step 2. Press the MENU button. The display returns to the normal screen.

To cancel formatting

Select N in step 3.

MENU button

./+> button
You cannot format memory while playing music. (FORMAT will not be displayed in the menu screen.)
Press the./+> button to select FORMAT> and press the Nx button to confirm.

FORMAT:N

You cannot format memory while playing music.
Press the./+> button to select Y and press the Nx button to confirm. Really? is displayed.
Displaying the player information (INFO)
Information such as product name, built-in flash memory capacity, serial number and software version can be displayed.
Press the./+> button to select INFO> and press the Nx button to confirm. Press the./+> button to show the following information. 1: 2: 3: 4: product name built-in flash memory capacity serial number software version
To cancel the Menu mode Select [RETURN] in the menu screen or press the MENU button.

B Other Information

Precautions

On installation

Never use your Network Walkman where it will be subjected to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration. Never leave the Network Walkman exposed to high temperature, such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight.

On the use

When using a strap, careful to avoid hooking it on objects you pass by. Do not use the Network Walkman on an aircraft.

On cleaning

Clean your Network Walkman casing with a soft cloth slightly moistened with water or a mild detergent solution. Clean the headphone plug periodically.
Note 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.

On the headphones

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 your Network Walkman 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 your Network Walkman, take off the headphones immediately.
If you have any questions or problems concerning your Network Walkman, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Troubleshooting

If you experience any of the following difficulties while using your Network Walkman, use this troubleshooting guide to help you to remedy the problem prior to consult a Sony dealer. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. If a problem occurs while connected to your computer, also refer to Troubleshooting in the online help of the supplied software.

To reset the player

If your Network Walkman does not operate normally, or if there is no sound, even after checking the troubleshooting guide below, remove the battery and re-insert it.

What happened?

On operating
Symptom There is no sound. Noise is generated. Cause/Remedy
The volume level is set to zero. c Turn the volume up (page 14). The headphone jack is not connected properly. c Connect the headphone jack properly (page 14). The headphone plug is dirty. c Clean the headphone plug with a soft dry cloth. No audio files are stored in the memory. c If NO DATA is displayed, transfer audio file(s) from the computer. The GROUP/HOLD switch is set to HOLD. c Set the GROUP/HOLD switch to (NORMAL) (page 25). Your Network Walkman contains moisture condensation. c Leave your Network Walkman aside for a few hours. The remaining battery power is insufficient. c Replace the battery (page 9). The AVLS is enabled. c Disable the AVLS (page 27). The headphone jack is not fully inserted. c Connect the headphone jack fully (page 14). The remaining battery power is insufficient. c Replace the battery (page 9).

Buttons do not work.

The volume is not loud enough. There is no sound from the right channel of the headphones. Playback has stopped suddenly.

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 31). 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 the connection with the computer or supplied software
Symptom The software cannot be installed. USB CONNECT is not displayed when connecting to the computer with the dedicated USB cable. Cause/Remedy An operating system not compatible with the software is used. c For details, refer to the SonicStage operating instructions. Please wait for 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 has 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. The dedicate USB cable is disconnected. c Connect the dedicated USB cable.

DATA ACCESS

ERROR EXPIRED
A malfunction is detected. The song is playback restricted by the copyright holder.

FILE ERROR

The file cannot be read. The file is not normal.
All operation buttons are disabled since the GROUP/HOLD switch is set to HOLD. The battery is low. An unauthorized distribution file is detected for copyright protection.

LOW BATT MG ERROR

Message NO DATA
Meaning There are no audio files in the built-in flash memory. Your Network Walkman is connected to the computer.
Remedy If there are no audio files in the built-in flash memory, use the SonicStage software to transfer audio files. You can operate your Network Walkman using the SonicStage, but you cannot operate the controls on your Network Walkman.

USB CONNECT

To delete abnormal data from the built-in flash memory
If CANNOT PLAY, EXPIRED, FILE ERROR, or MG ERROR is displayed, there is a problem with all or part of the data stored in the built-in flash memory. Please follow the procedures below to erase data you cannot play.
1 Connect your Network Walkman to the computer, and start the SonicStage software.
2 If you have already specified the data with problems, erase the data from the Portable Player
window of the SonicStage software.
3 If the problem persists, transfer all data without problems back to the computer using the
SonicStage software while your Network Walkman is connected to the computer.
4 Disconnect your Network Walkman from the computer and then format the built-in flash
memory using the FORMAT menu (page 32).

Specifications

Maximum recording time (Approx.) NW-E103
ATRAChr. 10 min. (132 kbps) 5 hr. 20 min. (105 kbps) 8 hr. 30 min. (66 kbps) MPhr. 10 min. (256 kbps) 4 hr. 20 min. (128 kbps) ATRAC3plus 2 hr. 10 min. (256 kbps) 8 hr. 40 min. (64 kbps) 11 hr. 40 min. (48 kbps)

Frequency response

20 to 20,000 Hz (single signal measurement)

Interface

Headphone: Stereo mini USB
Signal-to-noise ratio (S/N)
80 dB or more (excluding ATRACkbps)

Dynamic range

85 dB or more (excluding ATRACkbps)

Operating temperature

5C to 35C (67F to 95F)

NW-E105

ATRAChr. 30 min. (132 kbps) 10 hr. 40 min. (105 kbps) 17 hr. 00 min. (66 kbps) MPhr. 20 min. (256 kbps) 8 hr. 50 min. (128 kbps) ATRAC3plus 4 hr. 20 min. (256 kbps) 17 hr. 30 min. (64 kbps) 23 hr. 30 min. (48 kbps)

Power source

Size AAA (LR03) alkaline battery
Battery life (continuous playback)
ATRAC3 format: Approximately 70 hours (Playback at 105 kbps) ATRAC3plus format: Approximately 60 hours (Playback at 48 kbps) MP3 format: Approximately 50 hours (Playback at 128 kbps)

Bit rate

Indicates the data amount per second. The rate is reflected in bps (bit per second). 64 kbps means 64,000 bits of information per second. If the bit rate is large, that means a large amount of information is used to play music. Comparing music of the same format (e,g., ATRAC3plus), 64 kbps data offers better sound quality than 48 kbps data. However, audio files in formats such as MP3 have different encoding methods, and thus sound quality cannot be determined by simply comparing the bit rate.
MP3, which stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3, is a format standard for music file compression. It was codified by the Motion Picture Experts Group, a working group of ISO (International Organization for Standardization). It compresses audio CD data to approximately one tenth its original size. Because the MP3 encoding algorithm has been made publicly available, there are various encoders and decoders that are compliant with this standard.

Menu list

Press the MENU button to display the menu mode, and then use the./+> button (select) and the Nx button (confirm) to change the settings of your Network Walkman. For details about each menu, refer to the pages in parentheses. The menu with a > mark will be followed by a detailed-setting screen when you press the Nx button to confirm.
Display (Menu mode) REPEATMODE> DISPLAY> (Display mode) VOL: (Preset volume) SOUND> (Digital sounds preset) AVLS: (Automatic Volume Limiter System) BEEP: (Operation sounds setting) LIGHT: (LCD backlight setting) DATE-TIME (Current time setting) Purpose You can select your favorite repeat mode (page 17). You can select your favorite display mode (page 22). You can preset your desired volume level (page 28). You can preset your desired sound quality (page 23). You can set to ON or OFF (page 27). [RETURN] Display (Menu mode) FORMAT> (Formatting memory) INFO> (Information) Purpose You can format the built-in flash memory (page 32). You can be displayed information such as product name, built-in flash memory capacity and serial number (page 33). You can switch to the normal mode by selecting [RETURN] and pressing the Nx button.
You can set to ON or OFF (page 30). OFF: Always off. ON: Turns on for three seconds after each operation (page 31). You can set and display the current time (page 26).
A-B Repeat 19 Accessories 8 ATRACATRAC3plus 41 Audio CDs 6 AVLS (Limiting the volume) 11, 27
Fast-forward Fast-rewind Formatting 32

Group 15, 23

Backlight Battery BEEP (Beep sound) Bit rate 30 41
Headphones 8, 14, 34 HOLD function (Locking the controls) 25

 

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