Sony - Video - 16 GB
Enjoy your favorite music and videos wherever you go with the full-featured 16GB E series Walkman video MP3 player. Boasting long-lasting battery life, the slim and compact E340 Walkman player delivers up to 30 hours of music or up to 4 hours of video playback on a single charge. In addition to supporting multiple audio codecs and video formats, you can listen to your favorite FM programming via the built-in FM tuner. Plus, a user-friendly interface makes navigating through your music, pictures ... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sony NWZ-E345 photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|Joachim Hempen||10:06am on Saturday, October 30th, 2010|
|Sony MP3 Ordered it because I had an older Sony MP3 and thought it would be easier to keep same make to enable to download my music.|
|lloydbanks||12:08am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|I love the design of the product, Black, and slim. The amount of storage is ecstatic. I use it for playing music from the folders I create by artist, album, etc. Sound is SUPERB even with regular ear buds.|
|MauraLeslie||6:08am on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|Walkman E340 a good companion I find it a very convenient unit for downloading audio books to and listening to them as I go about my chores and or rel...|
|verygood73||10:42am on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|Overall, the sound quality is very impressive, and offers great quality for the price (70-80 bucks)! Compact; intuitive; easy to operate; nice.|
|VB||12:48pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Good value for the money and fits my needs exactly Intuitivly simple! Amazing accoustics! Great Price! - No AM radio- not really a con...|
|js9986||4:51pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|I currently have 4 MP3 players this one, a Cr... Sound quality is absolutely wicked, controller is big and easy to operate. Caution, the sony License agreement which mus... Light weight, small, competitive price Not compatable with Windows 7.|
|Joey||4:37am on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010|
|I went through 3 of these. The 1st one would ... Attractive, GREAT sound quality Battery issues!!!!, synching was not all that easy|
|gmd1722||2:19am on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|Great product! Easy To Set Up","Great Sound","Long Battery Life","Lots of Storage","Simple Controls","Sleek/Compact","Unable for reliability|
|mdkmemphis||7:28am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|It was a late Christmas present and someat sholl stole his old MP3 player. It was a late Christmas present and someat sholl stole his old MP3 player.|
|jrpm||2:24am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010|
|Bang for the buck if you have a sony TV with ... As a travler the needing 1 USB cable for all my toys is important. Connect it to my TV.|
|dglp||9:39am on Sunday, April 25th, 2010|
|I bought this for a friend for helping me out with some things. I liked it so much I had to get myself one. It is easy to put music into and to work.|
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[Playlists].. 39 [Now Playing]
About the information area The icons, shown in the table below, appear in the information area. The icons vary according to the playback status, setting or the screen. For details about the icons, see each reference page.
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Playback status ( p.36, 50, 58)
Song name, artist name, video title, or photo title FM radio Play mode ( p.45) Equalizer ( p.46) Zoom setting ([Auto] or [Full]) ( p.53) Sleep timer ( p.73) Remaining battery power ( p.17)
How to Use the Home Menu
The [Home] menu is the starting point of each application, such as searching for songs, changing settings, etc. You can display the [Home] menu by pressing and holding the BACK/HOME button of the player.
BACK/HOME button 5-way button
From the [Home] menu, you can select the desired item on the screen by using the 5-way button. Press the /// button to select an item, and then press the *1 button to confirm.
/// button: Selects an item. button: Confirms an item.
In this manual, operating instructions from the [Home] menu are described as below. Example: From the [Home] menu, select album desired song. [Music] [Album] desired
The actual operations for the example above are shown below.
Press and hold the BACK/HOME button.
The [Home] menu appears.
Press the /// button to select
[Music], and then press the button to confirm. The search menu appears.
[Album], and then press the button to confirm. The album list appears.
Press the /// button to select an
album, and then press the button to confirm. The song list for the selected album appears. You can scroll the list by pressing the / button.
Press the /// button to select a
song, and then press the button to confirm. The music playback screen appears and playback begins.
To return to the [Home] menu during operation Press and hold the BACK/HOME button. To return to the previous screen during operation Press the BACK/HOME button.
How to Use the Option Menu
The option menu items vary function-to-function, allowing you to change the settings of each application. You can display the option menu by pressing the OPTION/PWR OFF button.
OPTION/PWR OFF button 5-way button
From the option menu, you can select the desired item on the screen by using the 5-way button. Press the /// button to select an item, and then press the *1 button to confirm.
/// button: Selects an item. button: Confirms an item. For example, the operations for setting [Play Mode] option to [Shuffle] are shown below.
From the music playback screen, press
the OPTION/PWR OFF button. The option menu appears.
[Play Mode], and then press the button to confirm.
[Shuffle], and then press the button to confirm. The play mode changes to [Shuffle].
The items of the option menu differ, depending on the screen on which you press the OPTION/PWR OFF button. For details, see the following pages. Using the Music Option Menu ( p.42) Using the Video Option Menu ( p.52) Using the Photo Option Menu ( p.61) Using the FM Radio Option Menu ( p.69)
About the Software
Content Transfer Content Transfer can transfer music, videos or photos from a computer to the player by a simple drag-and-drop operation. You can use Windows Explorer or iTunes, etc., to drag-and-drop data to Content Transfer. Content Transfer can also convert a video file of a format not supported by the player into a playable format. For details on operation, refer to the Help of the software. Transferable files: Music (MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV), Photo (JPEG), Video (WMV*1)
*1Some WMV files cannot be played back after being transferred by Content Transfer. If you retransfer them using Windows Media Player 11, they may become playable.
ATRAC files managed by SonicStage can be transferred to the player after conversion to MP3 file format. To convert files, download the MP3 Conversion Tool from the customer support Web site ( p.107).
Windows Media Player 11 Windows Media Player can import audio data from CDs and transfer data to the player. Transferable files: Music (MP3, WMA), Video (WMV), Photo (JPEG) For details on operation, refer to the Help of the software or visit the following website. http://www.support.microsoft.com/
Some computers that already have Windows Media Player 10 installed may encounter file limitations (AAC, video files, etc.) when transferring by drag-and-drop. If you install Windows Media Player 11 from the Windows Media Player download site, you can solve this problem, allowing you to transfer by drag-and-drop again. Before installing Windows Media Player 11 on your computer, make sure to check whether your software or service corresponds to Windows Media Player 11.
Preparing the Player Preparing the Player
Some computers that already have Windows Media Player 10 installed may encounter a limitation on the number of files (AAC, video files, etc.) that can be transferred by dragand-drop. If you install Windows Media Player 11 from the Windows Media Player download site, you can solve this problem, allowing you to transfer by drag-and-drop again. Before installing Windows Media Player 11 on your computer, make sure to check whether your software or service corresponds to Windows Media Player 11.
Data hierarchy may differ, depending on your computer environment. Do not disconnect the USB cable while [Do not disconnect.] appears on the player, as the data being transferred may be damaged. If the player is disconnected while files are being transferred, unnecessary files may be left in the player. In this case, transfer usable files back to the computer and format the player ( p.79). Do not change folder names or delete the [MUSIC], [MP_ROOT], [MPE_ROOT], [VIDEO], [PICTURE] and [PICTURES] folders. Do not change folder or file names directly under the [MP_ROOT] and [MPE_ROOT] folders. Otherwise, they will not be displayed on the player. Some files may not be played back on the player due to copyright protection. Although you can transfer more files or folders to the player, the player cannot display or play any files, folders, or levels that exceed this limit. If Content Transfer starts automatically after connecting the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable, close or ignore Content Transfer as Content Transfer need not be used. For details on setting automatic start of Content Transfer, refer to the Help of Content Transfer.
Insert the connector of the USB cable into the player.
Click [start] [My Computer] or [Computer] [WALKMAN]
[Storage Media], and then select the [MUSIC] folder. Data hierarchy may differ, depending on your computer environment. subfolders. Accessibility to files and folders beyond the 8th level is not guaranteed.
Music files or folders in your computer [MUSIC] folder in your player
Drag-and-drop files or folders into the [MUSIC] folder, or one of its
Select the desired videos/photos from Windows Explorer, and dragand-drop them to Content Transfer. Content Transfer recognizes the type of data by filename extension, and sends it to the appropriate folder of the player.
Video/photo files or folders in your computer
Transferring Videos/Photos Using Windows Explorer
Some WMV files can be played back only by transferring using Windows Media Player 11. Some computers that already have Windows Media Player 10 installed may encounter a limitation on the number of files (AAC, video files, etc.) that can be transferred by dragand-drop. If you install Windows Media Player 11 from the Windows Media Player download site, you can solve this problem, allowing you to transfer by drag-and-drop again. Before installing Windows Media Player 11 on your computer, make sure to check whether your software or service corresponds to Windows Media Player 11.
[Storage Media], and then select the [VIDEO] or [PICTURE] folder. Data hierarchy may differ, depending on your computer environment. or one of its subfolders. Video files or folders: drag-and-drop into the [VIDEO] folder, or one of its subfolders. Photo files or folders: drag-and-drop into the [PICTURE] folder, or one of its subfolders. Accessibility to files and folders beyond the 8th level is not guaranteed.
Video or photo files or folders in your computer
Drag-and-drop files or folders into the [VIDEO] or [PICTURE] folder
Video: [VIDEO] folder in your player Photo: [PICTURE] folder in your player
Playing Music Playing Music
Playing Music [Music]
To play music, select [Music] to display the [Music] screen.
The search menu appears. You can select the desired search method to display the music list screen and search for songs. For details, see Searching for Songs ( p.38).
Select desired search method desired
song. The music playback screen appears and playback of the songs begins. Select items until a song list appears. For details on how to operate the music playback screen, see Music playback screen ( p.36).
It may take time to start up the player or display the file/folder list when many files or folders are stored on the player.
Music playback screen
Artist name Album title Genre Release year Playing status
Operations on the music playback screen
When you delete photos from the player, use the software you used to transfer the photos, or Windows Explorer. For details about using the software, see the Help of the software.
The player itself cannot delete photos without connecting to a computer.
Using the Photo Option Menu
You can bring up the photo option menu by pressing the OPTION/PWR OFF button on the photo folder list or photo list, or on the photo display screen. For details on how to use the option menu, see p.14. The option items shown on the option menu vary depending on the screen from which you bring it up. See the reference page for settings and usage.
Option items appearing on the photo folder/photo list screen
[Now Playing] [Go to FM Radio screen] [Begin slide show] [Detailed Information] [Most Recent Photo] [Go to the song playback screen]
Displays the playback or display screen of the currently playing content. The FM Radio screen of the last received broadcast station appears ( p.65). Starts a slide show ( p.59). Displays file information, such as file size, resolution, and file name, etc. Starts playback of the most recently played photo. Displays the music playback screen of the last song played.
Option items appearing on the photo display screen
[Photo Orientation] [Display] [Detailed Information] [Slide Show Repeat] [Slide Show Interval] [Brightness] [Clock Display] [Go to the song playback screen]
Sets the photo orientation ( p.62). Sets to display/not display photo information ( p.63). Displays file information, such as file size, resolution, and file name, etc. Selects the slide show play mode ( p.63). Selects the slide show interval ( p.64). Adjusts the brightness of the screen ( p.76). Displays the current time ( p.20, 77). Displays the music playback screen of the last song played.
Changing the Photo Settings
To change the photo settings, select select [Photo Settings]. [Settings] from the [Home] menu, then
Photo orientation [Photo Orientation]
You can set the photo orientation to [Vertical], [Horizontal (right)], or [Horizontal (left)]. The operation of the 5-way button is switched according to the setting of [Photo Orientation].
[Settings] [Photo Settings] [Photo Orientation] desired photo orientation type.
[Horizontal (right)] [Horizontal (left)]
Setting the display of the photo screen [Display]
You can display or hide detailed information of a photo, such as an icon that shows playback status, etc., while displaying a photo.
[Settings] [Photo Settings]
Displays the photo title, the shooting date, playback status, photo number, etc. Hides the information of the current photo. (Default setting)
If [Photo Orientation] is set to [Horizontal (right)], or [Horizontal (left)] ( p.62), the photo title is not displayed, even if [Display] is set to [On].
Setting the slide show play mode [Slide Show Repeat]
You can display photos as a slide show repeatedly.
[Settings] [Photo Settings] [Slide Show Repeat] desired setting type.
Displays photos in a photo folder continuously and repeatedly. Displays photos in a photo folder continuously, to the last photo, then returns to the first photo, and playback pauses. (Default setting)
[On] [Off ]
Setting the interval of a slide show [Slide Show Interval]
You can set the time each photo is displayed.
[Settings] [Photo Settings] [Slide Show Interval] desired interval type.
Photos switch to the next photos at a short interval. Photos switch to the next photos at the standard interval. (Default setting) Photos switch to the next photos at a long interval.
[Short] [Normal] [Long]
It may take time to display a large-size photo.
Listening to FM Radio Listening to FM Radio
To Listen to FM Radio, select the [FM Radio] screen. [FM Radio] from the [Home] menu to display
BACK/HOME button OPTION/PWR OFF button
The headphone cord serves as an antenna, so extend it as far as possible.
The FM Radio screen appears.
Press the / button to select the desired
frequency, or press the / button to select the desired preset number. For details on how to operate the FM Radio screen, see FM Radio screen ( p.66).
You cannot select a preset number if no preset station is stored. Preset receivable station using [Auto Preset] ( p.67), or preset the receivable stations manually ( p.68).
Listening to FM Radio
FM Radio screen
Depending on the country/region in which you have purchased the player, the screen appearance may differ.
You can set [AVLS (Volume Limit)] (Automatic Volume Limiter System) to limit the maximum volume to prevent auditory issues or distraction. With [AVLS (Volume Limit)], you can listen to music at a comfortable volume level.
[Settings] [Common Settings] [AVLS (Volume Limit)] desired setting type.
Maintains a moderate volume level. Plays back audio at the original volume. (Default setting)
Turning off the beep sound [Beep Settings]
You can turn on or off the operation sounds of the player.
[Settings] [Common Settings] [Beep Settings] desired setting type.
Produces beep sounds. (Default setting) Does not produce beep sounds.
Setting a screensaver type [Screensaver]
You can set the screen saver to either [Clock] or [Blank] for when there is no operation for more than 30 seconds during song playback or FM reception.
[Settings] [Common Settings] [Screensaver] [Type] desired setting type.
When there is no operation for more than 30 seconds, a clock appears as a screen saver. When there is no operation for more than 30 seconds, the screen goes off. (Default setting)
Adjusting the brightness of the screen [Brightness]
You can set the display brightness to one of 5 levels.
[Settings] [Common Settings] [Brightness] desired setting type.
The larger the number, the brighter the screen.  is set by default.
If you adjust the brightness of the screen to a lower level, the battery will last longer.
While the player is connected via the USB cable, the brightness of the screen may be adjusted to a lower level regardless of the setting.
Setting the current time [Set Date-Time]
You can set the date and time.
You can select the date format from among [YYYY/MM/DD], [MM/DD/YYYY], and [DD/MM/YYYY]. Furthermore, you can select the time format from either [12-hour] or [24-hour]. For details, see Setting the date format [Date Display Format] ( p.78), or Setting the time format [Time Display Format] ( p.78).
If battery power is used up because, for example, the player has not been used for a long time, your settings for date and time may be lost and - will be displayed instead of the current date and time. The clock may gain or lose up to 60 seconds per month. In this case, set the clock again.
Setting the date format [Date Display Format]
You can set the date format displayed for the current date ( p.77) as [YYYY/ MM/DD], [MM/DD/YYYY], or [DD/MM/YYYY].
[Settings] [Common Settings] [Date Display Format] desired format type.
Displays the date as year/month/day. Displays the date as month/day/year. Displays the date as day/month/year.
[YYYY/MM/DD] [MM/DD/YYYY] [DD/MM/YYYY]
Setting the time format [Time Display Format]
You can select the format to display the current time ( p.77) from either a [12-hour] or [24-hour] display.
[Settings] [Common Settings] [Time Display Format] desired format type.
Displays the current time in the 12-hour format. Displays the current time in the 24-hour format.
Returning to the factory settings [Reset all Settings]
You can reset the player to the default settings. Resetting the player will not delete data such as music, video, and photo data.
This function is only available in the pause mode.
[Reset all Settings] [Yes].
[Restored factory settings.] appears. To cancel the operation, select [No] on the confirmation screen.
Formatting memory [Format]
You can format the built-in flash memory of the player.
If the memory is formatted, all data (songs, videos, photos, etc., including sample data installed at the factory) will be erased. Be sure to verify the data stored in memory prior to formatting, and export any important data to the hard disk of your computer. Be sure not to initialize (format) the built-in flash memory of the player using Windows Explorer. If you have formatted with Windows Explorer, format again using the player. This function is only available in the pause mode.
[All data including songs will be deleted. Proceed?] appears.
[All data will be deleted. Proceed?] appears. To cancel the operation, select [No]. When initialization finishes, [Memory formatted.] appears. To cancel the operation, select [No].
Selecting the Display Language [Language Settings]
Useful Facts Useful Facts
About Battery Life
By adjusting the settings or managing the power supply properly, it is possible to save battery power for longer usage time between charges. The following hints will yield a longer battery life.
Turn off the player manually If you press and hold the OPTION/PWR OFF button, the player enters standby mode and the screen turns off to save battery power. Furthermore, if standby mode continues for more than about 4 hours, the player turns completely off automatically. Adjust data format and bit rate Playing time will vary, as battery charge can be affected by the format and bit rate of songs, videos or photos that are played. For details on charging time and usage time, see p.113, 114.
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There is no sound. The volume level is set to zero. Turn the volume up ( p.5). The headphone plug is not connected properly. Connect the headphone plug properly ( p.6). The headphone plug is dirty. Clean the headphone plug with a soft dry cloth. No songs or videos are stored on the player. Follow the instructions in the displayed message, and transfer songs or videos from the computer. Data cannot be played. The battery is consumed. Charge the battery fully ( p.17). If the player does not react, even after charging the battery, press the RESET button to reset the player ( p.86). No data is stored on the player. Follow the instructions in the message, and transfer data from the computer. Transferred files are not in a playable format. For details, see Supported file format of Specifications ( p.110). Songs or videos may not be playable, depending on the file format ( p.110). Photos may not be displayable, depending on their file size or file format ( p.110). The playback limitation period of the song has expired due to subscription conditions, etc. Songs with an expired playback limitation period cannot be played back. Update them using the software used for transferring. After transferring by drag-and-drop in Windows Explorer, data hierarchy levels do not correspond to the player ( p.28, 33). The data may be damaged. Damaged data within a file may be recognized as a non-playable format. Delete the damaged data, and then transfer the non-damaged data from your computer again.
Transferred data is not displayed in its list. The maximum number of files that can be displayed has been reached. The maximum number of files is 1,000 files for videos, and 8,000 files for photos. Also, the maximum number of folders is 8,000 folders for photos in the photo folder list. Delete unnecessary data. Data was placed in the wrong location by drag-and-drop. Place the data in the correct place by drag-and-drop ( p.28, 33). Available capacity is insufficient. Delete unnecessary data to increase free space on the player. After transferring by drag-and-drop in Windows Explorer, data hierarchy levels do not correspond to the player ( p.28, 33). When [All Songs] or [Album] is selected, all the songs will appear, but some songs do not appear when [Folder] is selected. The audio files are not in folders under the [MUSIC] folder. Place them in folders under the [MUSIC] folder by drag-and-drop. Songs are played back within a limited playback range only, such as within one album. The player plays back songs only in the lists from which playback starts (album list, artist list, etc.) ( p.38). Data cannot be deleted on the player. You cannot delete songs, videos or photos on the player. Delete them using the software you used to transfer the data, or Windows Explorer. Noise is generated. A device emitting radio signals, such as a mobile phone is being used near the player. When using devices such as mobile phones, keep them away from the player. Music data imported from CDs, etc., is damaged. Delete the data, then import and transfer it again. When importing data to your computer, close any other applications to avoid data damage. Transferred files are not in a playable format. For details, see Supported file format of Specifications ( p.110). Some songs may not be played back, depending on certain file specifications.
[Not enough free space in memory. Delete files to ensure free space.] The players available capacity is insufficient. Connect the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable, and then delete any unnecessary data from the player using another software used for transferring, or Windows Explorer. [On hold. Cancel HOLD function to activate controls.] The player cannot be operated because the HOLD switch is set to the HOLD position. To operate the player, slide the HOLD switch in the opposite position ( p.5). [The devices memory was not formatted correctly. Please re-format using Settings menu.] The built-in flash memory was not formatted properly. The built-in flash memory was formatted on a computer. Select [Settings]- [Common Settings]- [Format] to format the built-in flash memory again ( p.79).
Additional Information Additional Information
The following FCC statement applies only to the version of this model manufactured for sale in the USA. Other versions may not comply with FCC technical regulations. 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 Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as household waste. By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative consequences for the environment and human health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery. The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural resources. In case of products that for safety, performance or data integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by qualified service staff only. To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For all other batteries, please view the section on how to remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste batteries. For more detailed information about recycling of this product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
On safety Be sure not to short-circuit the terminals of the player with other metallic objects. Do not touch the rechargeable battery with bare hands if it is leaking. Since battery liquid may remain in the player, consult your nearest Sony dealer if the battery has leaked. If the liquid gets into your eyes, do not rub your eyes as it may lead to blindness. Wash out your eyes with clean water, and consult a doctor. Also, if the liquid gets on to your body or clothes, wash it off immediately. If you do not, it may cause burns or injury. If you get burned or injured by the liquid from the battery, consult a doctor. Do not pour water or put any foreign object in the player. Doing so may cause fire or electric shock. If this occurs, turn off the player immediately, disconnect the USB cable from the player, and consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony Service Center. Do not put the player into fire. Do not take apart or remodel the player. Doing so can result in electric shock. Consult your nearest Sony dealer or Sony Service Center for exchange of rechargeable batteries, internal checks or repair.
On installation Do not put any heavy object on top of the player or apply a strong shock to the player. It may cause a malfunction or damage. Never use the player where it will be subjected to extremes of light, temperature, moisture or vibration. The player may become discolored, distorted or damaged. Never leave the player exposed to high temperature, such as in a car parked in the sun or under direct sunlight. Do not leave the player in a place subject to excessive dust. Do not leave the player on an unstable surface or in an inclined position. If the player causes interference to radio or television reception, turn the player off and move it away from the radio or television. When using the player, remember to follow the precautions below in order to avoid warping the cabinet or causing the player to malfunction.
On 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. The software provided with this player cannot be used with equipment other than that to which it 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. The ability to display the languages on supplied software will depend on the installed OS on your computer. For better results, please ensure that the installed OS is compatible with the desired language you want to display.
We do not guarantee all the languages will be able to be displayed properly on the supplied software. User-created characters and some special characters may not be displayed.
The explanations in this manual assume that you are familiar with the basic operations of Windows. For details on the use of your computer and operating system, please refer to the respective manuals.
About sample data*1 The player is pre-installed with sample data. If you delete the sample data, you cannot restore it, and we will not supply any replacement data.
*1In some countries/regions some sample data is not installed.
The recorded song is limited to private use only. Use of the song beyond this limit requires permission of the copyright holders. Sony is not responsible for incomplete recording/downloading or damaged data due to problems of the player or computer. Depending on the type of the text and characters, the text shown on the player may not be displayed properly on device. This is due to:
The capacity of the connected player. The player is not functioning normally. Content information is written in language or character that are not supported by the player.
About the customer support Web site If you have any questions or issues with this product, or would like information on compatible items with this product, visit the following Web sites. For customers in the USA: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport For customers in Canada: http://www.sony.ca/ElectronicsSupport/ For customers in Europe: http://support.sony-europe.com/DNA For customers in Latin America: http://www.sony-latin.com/index.crp For customers in other countries/regions: http://www.sony-asia.com/support For customers who purchased the overseas models: http://www.sony.co.jp/overseas/support/
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Sony Walkman MP3 MP4 video player and NWZ-E343
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It has been literally decades since purchasing a Sony product. As an old licensed broadcast engineer, recommendations were often made by me for what kind of equipment that should be purchased for radio and television stations; quite often I would be very frustrated with the products and the support offered by the broadcast division of Sony and switched to other companies. And then I became aware that all too many of the general line merchandise such as, televisions, VCRs, CD players, DVD players, and other peripheral equipment did not meet the specifications and standards stated by Sony. Sony dropped off my radar. I never even think of them. Recently I was looking for an MP3 player that would also play MP4 This product does not do all videos. I enjoy audio books that are no longer in copyright. A good the things it says it will. example would be the Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Many organizations on the Internet offer free readings of the old classics. The same is true for As the product is designed You should pay no more than $19.99. the old classic movies out of copyright. After reading the reviews of many products available that would serve my needs, someone suggested that I take a look at the Sony Walkman. Estimated Production cost to make: The Apple iPod was not a consideration because they use iTunes for less than $10.00 managing programming on the unit. I carefully went through and looked at the specifications and reviews, as well as gathered as much information that I could about the Sony MP3 MP4 player NWZ -- E345. The Sony Walkman was ordered through Amazon.com. Fast convenient service. The product arrived as expected. Immediately I was not happy what they used for packaging, the dangerous bubble pack that all too often can cause cuts or injuries. The unit had a good charge on it so I loaded some MP3 audios which played very well. The quality of the playback of MP3s was very acceptable. Next I tried out the FM radio. Again very adequate. It did have trouble playing radio stations that were out of the market. But this is understandable, because of the signal strength of the stations and the Walkman does not have an out-board antenna. Now for the reason of dropping 100 bucks for something like this. I loaded some MP4 videos onto the unit for playback. I use my own product so that I knew that the files met standards. It would not play. Included with the Walkman were some demonstration audio and an WMV video. It would play the video file that was included as a demonstration. I could not get any video to play whatsoever. It would play the audio of the video, but not the video. The files I imported to the Walkman were direct imports. Sony for some Sony NWZ-E345 Good Audio - Will not play video. reason decided to make all their software based upon Microsoft. The manual is included within the unit. The manual is confusing and contridicts itself. Sony's website is anemic, and phone support is abysmal. The big secret is that Sony expects all video files to be converted. Why hide this fact? But, what this means is that this unit is not an MP4 video player, or WMV, or MPEG player. If this product did what it said it would without any silliness, it would be worth $100. As it stands now this unit should only be $19.95. There is no need to drop $100 for this unit to only play audio. This is a misrepresented product, and demonstrates why I have stayed away from Sony. In no way should this reflect against Amazon.com. In review, this unit does audio very well. But why spend $100 on an audio player? It's not worth the money. It is obvious that they knew this has been a problem with the video and have ignored it likeToyota has ignored automobile problems in the past. MP3 Player: Good MP4 Video: Only Audio WMV Video: Only Demo Other Video claimed: No Manual: Internal -Poor Software: only Microsoft Website: poor Tech Support: poor
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Enjoy your favorite music and videos wherever you go with the full-featured 16GB E series Walkman video MP3 player. Boasting long-lasting battery life, the slim and compact E340 Walkman player delivers up to 30 hours of music or up to 4 hours of video playback on a single charge. In addition to supporting multiple audio codecs and video formats, you can listen to your favorite FM programming via the built-in FM tuner. Plus, a user-friendly interface makes navigating through your music, pictures and videos a breeze.
|Product Type||Digital player / radio|
|Digital Player Type||Flash based|
|Digital Player Functions||Radio, photo playback, video playback|
|PC Interface Supported||USB|
|Digital Storage Media||Flash memory - integrated|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Sound Effects||Clear Bass|
|Digital Video Playback||Yes|
|Digital Photo Playback||Yes|
|Supported Digital Photo Standards||JPEG|
|Additional Features||FM radio recording capability, USB bus-powered|
|Headphones Output Power (per channel)||5 mW|
|Built-in Display||LCD - color|
|Resolution||240 x 320|
|Equalizer Band Qty||5 bands|
|Equalizer Factory Presets||Heavy, Custom, Jazz, Pop, Unique|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||AAC, MP3, protected WMA (DRM), LPCM|
|Supported Digital Video Standards||MPEG-4, WMV|
|Features||JPEG photo playback|
|Type||Radio tuner - digital - FM|
|FM Preset Station Qty||30 preset stations|
|Headphones Type||Headphones - binaural - ear-bud|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Connector Type||1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) 1 x USB|
|Compatible with Windows 7||"Compatible with Windows 7" software and devices carry Microsoft’s assurance that these products have passed tests for compatibility and reliability with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.|
|Cables Included||1 x USB cable|
|Battery||Player battery - rechargeable - lithium ion|
|Battery Enclosure Type||Integrated|
|Run Time (Up To)||30 hour(s)|
|Battery Life Details||MP3 playback - up to 30 hour(s) Video playback - up to 4 hour(s)|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows Vista / XP|
|Service & Support||1 year warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 1 year|
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