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|rblackeagle||5:59pm on Thursday, October 14th, 2010|
|Delighted! I spent a full day comparing all the various personal DABS and mp3 players on the market. I wanted a DAB radio for the quality.|
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|So nearly a great product, but not quite I purchased this product mainly for the radio after reading and watching various reviews. So nearly a great product, but not quite I purchased this product mainly for the radio after reading and watching various reviews. Delighted! I spent a full day comparing all the various personal DABS and mp3 players on the market. I wanted a DAB radio for the quality.|
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Components Locating the Controls LCD Display Installing Software
Using the B20
Extras Recording Extras Alarm Clock Extras Flash Games Extras Text Extras Browse Device FM Radio Now Playing Music DMB/DAB Pictures Videos Playing Other Contents
Setting up the B20
Date & Time Sound Display Smart Key Timer Advanced About
Turning on/off the Player iriver D-Click System Using HOLD Connecting Products
Using iriver plus 3 Using Windows Media Player 11 Copyrights/Certification/ Safety Instructions Troubleshooting
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Components Locating the Controls LCD Display Installing Software 6 8
Chapter1 Getting Started
Components are subject to change without notice and may vary from images shown.
Quick Start Guide & Warranty Card
Locating the Controls
Volume + Volume Smart Speaker
iriver D-Click System
Necklace connection loop Mini SD card slot
Power Earphone jack
RESET MIC USB jack
While recording voice While listening to FM radio
Current status Current time Battery Frequency indicator PRESET On/Off
Elapsed recording time Recorded file name Remaining recording time
While playing music
while watching DMB or listening DAB service
Album information Album picture
Play mode Signal level
Rating File name/information
Progress bar Playing time
Current broadcasting channel
Installing iriver plus 3
B20 iriver plus 3 and Windows Media Player 11 are integrated programs that efficiently manage music and picture files. Using iriver plus 3 and Windows Media Player 11, you can save music and picture files from PC to the iriver B20. Installing Windows Media Player 11 1. Insert the installation CD to your PC to display the installation process screen. 2. Select Windows Media Player 11 and click the [Install] button. Complete the installation process following the on-screen instructions. Note
Minimum requirements for using Windows Media Player 11 Intel Pentiumll 233MHz or higher processor speed Windows XP 64MB or above memory 30MB or above hard disk space 16bit enabled speaker and sound card Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or later SVGA or high resolution monitor (1024x768 resolution or higher) For more information on using Windows Media Player 11, refer to page 43 -45.
1. Insert the installation CD to your PC to display the installation process screen. 2. Select iriver plus 3 and click the [Install] button. Complete the installation process following the on-screen instructions. Note
Minimum requirements for using iriver plus 3 Intel Pentiumll 233MHz or higher processor speed Windows 2000/XP 64MB or above memory 30MB or above hard disk space 16bit enabled speaker and sound card Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6.0 or later SVGA or high resolution monitor (1024x768 resolution or higher) For more information on using iriver plus 3, refer to page 40 - 42.
Chapter 2 Basic Operations
Turning on/off the Player iriver D-Click System Using HOLD Connecting Products Connecting Earphones to the B20 Using Antenna Charging the Battery Inserting/Removing Mini SD Card Recommended Types of Mini SD Card Connecting the B20 to your PC Copying File/Folder (Case sensitive) Disconnecting the B20 from your PC 17
Chapter2 Basic Operations
Turning on/off the Player
1. Press the [ ] button on the product to turn it on.
2. Press and hold the [ ] button on the product to turn it off.
This product has an automatic power saving function to save battery power. Based on the setting in power saving mode, the product will be automatically turned off after designated period without operation. For more information on setting this mode, refer to [Settings > Timer > Auto Power off]. (Refer to page 37.) Based on this setting, the way to turn on the product and battery consumption rate will be changed. For more information on setting this mode, refer to [Settings > Advanced > Power Off Type]. (Refer to page 38.) Sleep - When turn on the product, the last used function will be displayed. - The battery will be consumed slightly in this mode. Power Off - When turn on the product, the main screen will be displayed. The start-up time will be slightly taken to read all stored files. - The battery will not be consumed when powered off.
1. The B20 has an unique operating system named iriver D-Click System. To operate the product, press down on the edge of the screen in one of four directions.
Up: Moves to the previous sub-menu.
Four arrows will be changed into different shapes based on the functions in each menu.
Press and hold [LEFT] to return to the
Left:Moves to the previous menu.
Right:Enters to the selected menu. Plays the selected sub-menu.
In different menus, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the screen of current playing music. While playing file, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features.
Down: Moves to the next sub-menu.
1. Slide the HOLD switch to right to enable the HOLD function.
Volume control is available while the HOLD function is turned on.
Connecting Earphones to the B20 1. Connect the earphones to the jack of the product. Charging the Battery 1. Turn on your PC and connect the B20 to it using the USB cable.
Using Antenna 1. To enhance signal reception performance of DMB/ DAB broadcasting, pull out the antenna to the full. Note
If signal reception performance is poor, pull out and reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Be sure to check the direction when you fold the antenna. If you fold the antenna to improper direction with excessive power, it can be damaged. Do not bend the antenna with excessive power to avoid damage. Keep the antenna away from children to avoid eye injury by prick. Keep the antenna away from electric sources such as power outlet.
While the product is connected to PC using the USB cable, the integrated battery is will be charged automatically. Do not use any other USB cable that is not provided with the product. It may case a malfunction. Check if the B20 is connected to a high-power USB 2.0 port. Some low-power USB ports built in some peripheral devices such as certain keyboards and USB hub without integrated power may not provide enough power to charge. While the PC is switched to standby mode, the product may not be charged. Charge the product only in room temperature. The product may not be charged in extremely hot and cold place. The available usage time of charged battery becomes gradually short after sometime. It will be fully charged within 3 hours. (Based on fully discharged and stop mode) The charging time might be extended when you use the product while charging.
Inserting/Removing Mini SD Card 1.Open the card slot cover after turning off the product. 2.Insert and slightly press a Mini SD card to the direction as shown below. Note Recommended Types of Mini SD Card Brand SanDisk, LG
14 3.Press the card again to remove it. Note
Be sure to insert/remove a Mini SD card after turning off the product. Do not use excessive power to insert a Mini SD card. It can cause a malfunction of the product or a damage of Mini SD card. Do not remove a Mini SD card while it is being used. It can cause a deletion of data, malfunction of the product or a damage of Mini SD card. Do not insert or remove a Mini SD card repeatedly. If you insert a Mini SD card improperly, it can cause a malfunction of the product or the card cannot be removed.
Device may not be working with all Mini SD cards. Please follow our recommendation. Check iriver homepage for updates. Transfer speed of Mini SD card is subject to change depending on PC. Always backup valuable data first since formatting Mini SD card will delete all data in the card. Do not turn off the product or remove a Mini SD card while it is being formatted. It can cause a malfunction of the product and a damage of Mini SD card. It is recommended to format a Mini SD card as a FAT32 system in case the size is less than 2GB. If a Mini SD card was formatted by the product, reset the product after disconnecting a USB cable and connect the cable again. Format the Mini SD card when it is not detected or causes a malfunction. Mini SD card is not enclosed with the product. Please purchase it separately. The B20 supports a Mini SD card up to 2GB.
Connecting the B20 to your PC 1. Press the [ ] button on the product to turn it on. 2. Turn on your PC and connect the B20 to it using the USB cable. 3. If it is properly connected, the LCD will be shown as below.
Copying File/Folder (Using as a removable disk) Copying file/folder to the product 1. After selecting the file/folder in your PC, drag & drop it to the drive which appears as the product. Deleting file/folder from the product 1. After selecting the file/folder, click it with the right mouse button and select [Delete].
2. Click [Yes] in the [Confirm File Delete/Confirm Folder Delete] popup window to delete the file/folder. 16
You cannot delete the file which is currently being played.
Listening to FM radio 1. Select [FM Radio] from the [Home] menu. 2. Press [Up/Down] to select the broadcasting station. Scanning FM Radio Station After deactivating Preset by pressing [RIGHT], press [UP/DOWN] to move to the previous/next frequency. After deactivating Preset by pressing [RIGHT], press and hold [UP/DOWN] to move to the available previous/next frequency. After activating Preset by pressing [RIGHT], press [UP/ DOWN] to move to the previous/next preset radio station. Additional Features While listening to FM Radio, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Recordings: Records the radio broadcasting which you are listening to. Saved FM Recording: Displays the list of recorded files. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the file and press [RIGHT] to play it. When a Mini SD card is inserted, you can display the file list by selecting [Internal Memory / External Memory] FM Recording Quality: Sets the recording quality of radio broadcasting. Additional Features
Save Preset/Delete Preset: Stores the current frequency to the channel. If the frequency is already stored, the existing channel will be deleted. Stereo/Mono: Switches the radio reception mode between Stereo/Mono. Auto Preset: Automatically scans and stores frequencies to the channels. Up to 30 channels can be stored. Tuner Region: Sets the frequency range based on local standard.
- Korea / US: 87.5~108.0MHz - Japan: 76.0~108.0MHz - Europe: 87.50~108.00MHz
Speaker On/Off: Selects whether you will activate or deactivate speaker. The cord of earphones functions as an antenna during radio reception with speaker. Note
If the remaining memory space or power is not enough, the recording will be automatically stopped. The recorded file will be saved in the Recordings/FM Radio folder as following format. (YY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day, XXX: Sequential number) Internal memory: TUNERYYMMDD_XXX.MP3 External memory: E_TUNERYYMMDD_XXX.MP3 The designated path for recorded file can be set in [Settings > Advanced > Recording File Save Location]. (Refer to page 38.) The file size per one minute varies by the recording quality. Low: Approximately 250 KB Middle: Approximately 500 KB High: Approximately 1MB
Displaying Now Playing Music Screen 1. Select [Now Playing] in the [Home] menu. 2. The screen of currently playing music will be displayed.
You can display the same screen by pressing and holding [RIGHT] in the menu screen.
Selecting Music 1. Select [Music] in the [Home] menu. 2. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the music file and press [RIGHT] to play it. Listening to Music Press the [ / ] button to control the volume. While playing music, press [RIGHT] to pause/resume. While playing music, press and hold [UP/DOWN] to play fast forward or fast reverse. While playing music, press [UP/DOWN] to play the previous/next music.
Max. playtime: Approximately 27 hours (based on MP3, 128 Kbps, 44.1 KHz, Volume level 20, EQ Normal, LCD off) The browsed result will be changed based on the setting in [Settings > Advanced > Music Browse Type]. (Refer to page 38.) - Database: Browses file by Playlists, Artists, Songs, Albums and Genres. - File Tree: Browses music file by folder. When a Mini SD card is inserted, you can display the file (folder) list by selecting [Internal Memory /External Memory]. You can manage your playlist using iriver plus 3 or Windows Media Player 11.
B20 Additional Features While playing music, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Play mode: Selects the play mode which decides the playing order. Add to Quick List: Adds selected music to the Quick List. Select EQ: Selects the EQ to be used for playing music. Rate: Classifies your favorite music by star ratings. Scan Speed: Sets the speed of fast forward and fast reverse. Playback Speed: Sets the speed of music playback. Lyric Display:Shows/hides lyric. It is available only when the music file contains lyric information. It only supports Korean.
If [Settings > Advanced > Music Browse Type] is set to [File Tree], [Add to Quick List] and [Rate] will not be displayed.
Using DMB/DAB Service 1. Select the [DMB/DAB] from the Main menu. 2. Press [Up/Down] to select the broadcasting station. Scanning DMB/DAB Service
While using DMB/DAB service, press the [ / ] button to control the volume. While using DMB/DAB service, press [RIGHT] to display the broadcasting list. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the broadcasting service to use and press [RIGHT] to display it on the screen.
Max. playtime for DMB TV : Approximately 4 hours (based on Volume level 20 and LCD On) Max. playtime for DAB Radio : Approximately 8 hours (based on Volume level 20 and LCD On)
Additional Features While using the service, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Show Icons: Selects whether the icons will be displayed in the [DMB/DAB] screen. TV/Radio : Selects the mode of DMB/DAB broadcasting service. EPG: Displays broadcasting information by time and broadcasting service provider. EPG is available in several countries. Check iriver homepage for more details. - Description: Displays information on a program which is selected
in EPG. - Timer Recording: Automatically records a program which is selected in EPG as scheduled. - Auto Power On: Automatically turns on a program which is selected in EPG as scheduled. - Timer Recording List: Views or deletes an item in Timer Recording List.
DMB/DAB Recording: Records live broadcasting service.
DAB Display: Selects the display type while using DAB radio service.
- DLS : Displays characters only. - SLS : Displays images only. - DLS & SLS : Displays both characters and images.
Saved DMB/DAB Recording: Displays the list of recorded files. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the file and press [RIGHT] to play it. When a Mini SD card is inserted, you can display the file list by selecting [Internal Memory / External Memory]. Auto Scan: Automatically scans and stores broadcasting stations to the channels.
Selecting Picture 1. Select [Pictures] in the [Home] menu. 2. Press [UP/DOWN] to browse picture using the Play All, Pictures Playlists or Pictures menu. Select [Pictures] to display thumbnails and file names in B20. 3. Select the file and press [RIGHT] to display the picture in full screen. 30 Viewing Picture While playing picture, press [RIGHT] to start/pause a slide show. While playing picture, press [UP/DOWN] to view the previous/next picture. Additional Features
While viewing picture, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Show Icons:Selects whether the icons will be displayed or not in Pictures screen. Image Delay:Selects the time each picture is displayed on the screen during a slide show. Slide Transitions:Selects the Fade effect during a slide show. Set As Wallpaper: Selects the image to be used as a wallpaper.
When a Mini SD card is inserted, you can display the picture list by selecting [Internal Memory / External Memory].
Selecting Video 1. Select [Videos] in the [Home] menu. 2. In a video list, press [UP/DOWN] to select the video file and press [RIGHT] to play it. Watching Video Press the [ / ] button to control the volume. While playing music, press [RIGHT] to pause/resume. While playing video, press and hold [UP/DOWN] to play fast forward or fast reverse. Additional Features
While playing video, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Scan Speed:Sets the speed of fast forward and fast reverse. Resume:Selects whether the video is resumed from the last played point or from the beginning of a file when the player was stopped. Sequential Play:When there are files with related names, selects whether those are played with sequential order or not.
Max. playtime: Approximately 5 hours (based on 320240 @30fps, video: 384 kbps, audio: MP3, 128 kbps, 44.1 KHz) Max. play time is subject to change depending on video type. Be sure to use iriver plus 3 when you transfer video file. Otherwise, unexpected errors might be happened during video playback.
When a Mini SD card is inserted, you can display the video list by selecting [Internal Memory / External Memory].
Playing Other Contents
Playing Podcast File What is Podcast? Podcast is a brand new customizable personal media that user can download and enjoy favorite programs without waiting for broadcasting schedule. Podcast provides portable media player users with various kinds of audio and video files including news, dramas and other media contents. For more information, please visit http://www.podcastready.com. Transferring Podcast file to the product To transfer Podcast file to the product, you need to use Podcast Manager. Use the application with the Podcast icon on iriver plus 3. Playing Podcast File
1. Select [Music > Podcast] in the [Home] menu. 2. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the downloaded audio file and press [RIGHT] to play it. Recovering Podcast If you format the product, all system files of Podcast will be deleted. To recover those files, use the [Recovering Podcast] menu. 1. After connecting the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable, run iriver plus 3. 2. Select [Tools > Portable Device > Recovering Podcast] to start the recovery process. 3. When the recovery process is successfully completed, disconnect and reconnect the product from/to your PC. Now the Podcast icon is displayed on the product.
Playing Audible file What is Audible? A leading company in audio entertainment and educational programming, Audible provides various audio programs more than 80,000 cumulative hours. For more information, please visit http://www.audible.com. Transferring Audible file to the product To transfer Audible file to the product, you need to use Audible Manager For more information, please visit http://www.audible.com. Playing Audible file
1. Select [Music > Book Information] in the [Home] menu. 2. Press [UP/DOWN] to select the downloaded file and press [RIGHT] to play it. Additional Features While playing Audible file, press and hold [RIGHT] to display the additional features. Search Type:Selects the Search Type between [Section] and [Bookmark] Add Bookmark: Adds bookmark the favorite point. Delete Bookmark: Deletes current bookmark. (To use both menus, you need to set Search Type to [Bookmark]. Playback Speed: Sets the speed of file playback. Book Information:Displays information of Audible file which is being played.
Chapter 4 Setting up the B20
Date & Time Sound Custom EQ SRS WOW HD Fade-In Display Display Orientation Wallpaper LCD Brightness Theme Fonts Save UCI Smart Key A-B Repeat Home Play/Pause Shuffle Display Orientation Start/Stop Recording LCD On/Off Timer Auto Power off Sleep Backlight Advanced Language Sort Text Scroll Speed Rebuild Library Antenna Type DMB/DAB Band Select USB Mode Format Device Music Browse Type Connection Type Recording File Save Location Power Off Type System Information Reset All Settings About 38 38
Chapter4 Setting up the B20
Date & Time
You can configure your own settings in the B20. The menu configurations are subject to change with different firmware versions.
Display Display Orientation: Reverses the screen 90 degrees. Wallpaper: Configures wallpaper settings. LCD Brightness: Changes the brightness of display. Theme: Selects a screen saver. Fonts: Changes the font to be displayed.
To support proper recovery, set [Advanced > Select USB Mode] to [Power & Data] when you set up the theme and font.
Date & Time:Sets the current time and date. [RIGHT] Switches between sub-menus. [UP/DOWN] Sets the sub-menu. Sound 36 Custom EQ: Changes levels of each frequency range to create your own equalization. SRS WOW HD: Sets the levels of 3D sound effect.
- SRS : Customizes SRS 3D sound effects. - TruBass : Customizes the bass sound level. - FOCUS : Sets the clarity of sound. - WOW : Sets the proper boost level by earphone model. - Definition : Recovers reduced sound to original level.
Save UCI: Saves user defined theme and font to the product.
Fade-In: Volume increases gradually when playback starts.
Smart Key Configures function to be assigned to the Smart Key. A-B Repeat: Plays between point A and B repeatedly. Home: Returns to [Home] menu while operating the product. Play/Pause: Plays/pauses current playing music or video. Shuffle: Randomly plays music or video. Display Orientation: Reverses the screen 90 degrees. Start/Stop Recording: Starts/stops recording. LCD On/Off: Turns on or off the LCD. Timer
Auto Power off: Automatically turns the power off after designated time without operation. Sleep: Automatically turns the power off after designated time. Backlight: Sets the time that the backlight is turned on. 37
Advanced Language: Selects the language for your convenience. Sort: Determines the order of files. Text Scroll Speed: Sets the scroll speed of characters when file information is too long to display at one time. Rebuild Library: Recreates the library data of a file. Antenna Type: Sets the antenna type to use. 38
If you use earphones as an antenna, the signal might be weaker than using external antenna.
-Database: Using ID3, TAG or Playlist function, browse music files transferred by applications (iriver plus 3, Windows Media Player 11). -File Tree: Browses music files transferred by Windows Explorer. The default browse type is set to [Database].
Using Windows Media Player 11
Transferring Media to the iriver B20 1. After connecting the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable, run Windows Media player 11. 2. After selecting the file in your PC, drag & drop it to the right pane. 3. Click [Start Synchronizing] to start transferring file. 4. Now you can find the selected music in your library. 44 Note
The supported file formats are listed below. Type Flash Game Text Music Extension SWF SWF TXT MP3, WMA OGG Format Adobe Flash Lite 2.1 Less than 15 frames/sec. ADPCM or MP3 Audio 128Kbps, Less than 44.1 KHz Unicode text, Local code text 8~320Kbps Q1~Q10 Flash file type Frame rate
Type Extension Format Picture JPG Baseline JPG (Progressive JPG is not supported.)
Video MPEG4 SP(Simple Profile), Less than 30 frames/sec. 2Mbps Supports MP3 up to 320 Kbps, 44.1 Khz is recommended, CBR WMV9 SP, Less than 30 frames/sec. 768 Kbps Supports WMA up to 320 Kbps
Initializing Disk 1. After connecting the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable, run Windows Media player 11. 2. After selecting [iriver clix], click the right mouse button and select [Format]. Click [OK] when the message to confirm initialization appears. 3. The initialization process is completed and the product is disconnected from your PC. Upgrading Firmware
1. After connecting the product to the USB jack of your PC using the USB cable, visit iriver web-site to download new firmware upgrade file. 2. Copy the file to the iriver clix and disconnect the cable to activate the upgrade process. 45
Do not disconnect the product from PC while copying firmware upgrade file. When you are using Windows Media Player 11, use [iriverFirmwareUPdater] in the installation CD for more convenient firmware upgrade.
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MIC, FCC, CE
Class B Digital Device (Residential Communication Device) 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.
Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Media Player are the registered trademarks of Microsoft Corp. is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. WOW technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
Neither the manufacturer, importers nor dealers are responsible for any accidental damages including bodily injury or any damage resulting from misuse or unsuitable operation by you. The information on this manual is prepared with the current player specifications. The manufacturer, iriver Limited, is adding new features to the product and may persistently apply new technologies hereafter. All standards may be changed at any time without notice.
Product Safety Do not display a same image on the screen for certain amount of time since it may cause ghost effect. Do not place objects inside the device other than CDs.
It may cause malfunction.
Never dismantle, repair, or rebuild your player without permission.
It may cause damage and malfunction. It may cause malfunction.
It may cause damage and malfunction.
Do not place heavy objects on the player.
Do not clean with chemical or detergent. Do not drop or subject the device to impact. Do not press more than two buttons altogether. Do not disconnect the USB cable while transferring data. Try to connect the product to the rear USB port in your PC. 47
Do not dampen your player with rain (water), beverage, chemicals, cosmetics and so on.
It may cause damage and malfunction. It may cause damage and malfunction. It may cause malfunction.
Keep away from harsh environments including humid, dusty, and smoky areas.
It may cause malfunction. It may cause malfunction.
Keep out of direct sunlight and extreme heat and cold.
In some individually assembled PCs, improper USB port may cause malfunction.
Do not keep the product close to magnetic substance such as magnet, TV, monitor and speaker.
Do not connect any other device or object to the Earphone jack except for earphones.
Other important things to remember Do not use headphones / earphones while cycling, driving, or operating any motorized vehicle.
It is dangerous and is illegal in some areas.
Keep the antenna away from electric sources such as power outlet.
It may cause injury.
Do not use the product while moving including driving, walking or mountain climbing.
Reduce volume or stop using the player if you experience a ringing in your ears.
Use the product in a safe place to avoid accident.
Do not listen to music via headphone/earphone with high volume for a long time.
It may cause injury. It may cause injury.
Always be careful not to be tumbled by nearby objects when you use the product while moving.
Do not use headphone / earphones at high volume.
It is not recommended to use the product during electrical storms.
Keep headphone-/earphone cords under control to avoid getting caught on nearby objects.
Do not bend an antenna with excessive power to avoid damage.
Do not sleep with headphones / earphones in the ears. Do not use headphones / earphones for excessive periods of time.
Please check out! The player will not power on!
-Check whether the battery is discharged. Charge the product using USB cable and check it again. -Insert a thin and pointed object (such as a straightened paper clip) into the reset hole to reset the device.
-The quality of DMB/DAB service is subject to change depending on the conversion status provided by broadcasting service provider. -To save power consumption, the LCD is designed to be turned off after designated time. Set up the duration in [Settings > Timer > Backlight]. -Check whether the USB cable is firmly connected.
The LCD display is turned off frequently.
The product cannot be charged after connecting power.
-Check whether the USB cable is firmly connected.
The product cannot be connected properly using the USB cable. Poor radio or DMB/DAB service reception with heavy noise!
-Check whether the earphones jack is dirty. -Check whether an earphone is connected. -Adjust the position of the player and earphones. -Turn off any nearby electronic equipment to avoid potential interference.
The battery power is consumed even though the product is turned off.
-Check whether you are using certain functions such as alarm or FM Recording. -Check whether the setting in [Settings > Advanced > Power Off Type] is set to [Sleep]. The battery power is slightly consumed in [Sleep] mode.
The signal reception performance for DMB/DAB is poor.
-The channel scanning time might be longer if the signal is weak or not provided in that area. DMB/DAB service might not be available in a null point such as basement or inside a building. -DMB/DAB service might not be available in some districts. Be sure to check whether DMB/DAB service is covered in that area.
-Check whether the volume is set to 0. -Check whether the plug or connection jack of earphones is dirty. -Check whether the music file is corrupted.
No sound during playback!
Please check out! The memory space is changed after formatting.
-The memory space can be changed depending on the operating system. -Check whether too many files are stored in the product. It is recommended to store 1,000 music files and 2000 picture files.
The start-up time is too long.
Windows Media Player 11 cannot be installed.
-Check whether you are currently using Windows XP. Windows Media Player 11 only supports Windows XP. If you are using other than Windows XP, transfer files using iriver plus 3 or removable disk.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Caution : Any changes or modifications in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate the equipment. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two Conditions : (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Note
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Riles. 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 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.
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