Sony NW-E407 Manual
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Sony NW-E407 Annexe 1
Capacity: 330 mAh Voltage: 3.7V Battery type: Li-PL Compatible part numbers: 1-175-558-11 MR11-2788 Compatible models: Sony NW-E403 NW-E405 NW-E407 NW-E503 NW-E505 NW-E507
Part Number: CS-SAE400SL-72106765
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User reviews and opinions
|JSalvo||1:20am on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
|OK but complicated Having upgraded from a Philips key mp3 player I had last year because it only had 256K at that time. Easy setup! I just got my player today, and it took no more than 10-15 mins to set up.|
|manni||11:01pm on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|My family now has 4 of these and we all love ... amazing looks amazing battery learning sonicstage i bought mine shortly after it came out, wen... best quality available on market 2 many cons in this mp3|
|edafe||1:40am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Finally a real portable MP3 player I just got this last week and it has been awesome. The battery life is simply long lasting.|
|JohnSmith333||8:20am on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|This player is simply kick-ass. I hate the sonicstage software!!! Amazing battery life. Amazing battery life, amazing battery life. I hate the sonicstage software!!!|
|casasdsouth||4:19am on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|Great looks, sound, quality, navigation and battery life. Software interface is seriously lacking in quality for a device which is useless without it. As with most Sony products you would expect a stylish high quality product to grace your palms. It was good while it last (about 4 weeks) An expensive 4 weeks of use|
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Portable IC Audio Player
To go to the section you want to read, click the title in the PDF Bookmarks, the title in the Table of Contents of the Operating Instructions, or the page in the sentences. 2005 Sony Corporation
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet. To prevent fire, do not cover the ventilation of the apparatus with newspapers, table cloths, curtains, etc. And dont place lighted candles on the apparatus. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the apparatus.
For the customers in the United States
The model number and the serial number are located on the rear of the player (see page 8). Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. Serial No.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference using one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. If you have any questions about this product: Visit: www.sony.com/walkmansupport Contact: Sony Customer Information Services Center at 1-(866)-456-7669 Write: Sony Customer Information Services Center 12451 Gateway Blvd., Fort Myers, FL33913
Note on installation
If you use the unit at a place subject to static or electrical noise, the tracks transferring information may be corrupted. This would prevent successful transferring authorization on your computer.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. Applicable accessories: Headphones
Model NW-E405 and NW-E407 only Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: Model No.: Responsible Party: Address: SONY NW-E405 NW-E407 Sony Electronics Inc. 16450 W. Bernardo Dr, San Diego, CA 92127 USA 858-942-2230
For the customers in the Netherlands
Voor de Klanten in Nederland
Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in als klein chemisch afval (KCA).
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 Checking the package contents.. 8 Locating controls.. 9 Front side.. 9 Rear side.. 9 Display.. 10 Adjusting the treble and bass (Digital sound preset).. 28 Selecting the Sound quality.. 28 Adjusting the Sound quality. 29 Locking the controls (HOLD).. 30 Storing non-audio data.. 30
Compact size, light weight, skip-proof operation and high portability. Continuous playback time with the rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery Approximately 50*1 hours Recording time*2 NW-E403: 256MB built-in flash memory, more than 11 hours 40 minutes. NW-E405: 512MB built-in flash memory, more than 23 hours 30 minutes. NW-E407: 1GB built-in flash memory, more than 47 hours 00 minutes. The supplied SonicStage software enables you to record songs from audio CDs to the hard disk of your computer using the ATRAC3plus format (high sound quality, high compression). MP3 audio files can be easily transferred to the Network Walkman using the SonicStage software. Sentence Repeat: Useful function for learning a foreign language. High-speed data transfer using the dedicated USB cable. Organic EL display: song titles and artist names can be displayed. Search function: you can search songs to be played by artist, album, or group. Storage function: you can store a variety of data as well as audio files.
*1 Varies depending on the data format, power save setting, etc. In this case, the figure for the battery duration is when continuously playing at 105kbps in ATRAC3 format and normal power save mode (page 35). *2 Varies depending on the bit rate, etc., when recording. In this case, the figure for the recordable time is for recording at 48kbps ATRAC3plus format.
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.
Checking the package contents
Please check the accessories in the package. Network Walkman (1) Extension headphone cord (NW-E407 only) (1) Carrying pouch (NW-E407 only) (1) Clip (1) CD-ROM for the SonicStage software, PDF file Operating Instructions, and PDF file SonicStage Operating Instructions (1) Quick Start Guide
About the Serial Number
Headphones (1) NW-E403/E405 The serial number provided for your device is required for customer registration. The number is on the rear side of your Network Walkman.
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 39).
to the USB jack
to a USB port
Dedicated USB cable (supplied)
The Network Walkman is rechargeable when connected to a computer with the dedicated USB cable When the remaining battery indication of the display shows: , charging is complete (charging time is approx. 120 minutes*1). Fully charge the Network Walkman (to in the remaining battery indication of the display) before using it for the first time.
*1 This is the approximate charging time when the battery power is low and the USB Bus Powered setting (page 38) is High-power 500mA under room temperature. The charging time will vary depending on remaining battery power and battery condition. If the battery is charged in a low-temperature environment, the charging time will be longer. It will also be longer if you transfer audio file(s) to your Network Walkman while charging.
ATRAC3 format: Approximately 50 hours ATRAC3plus format: Approximately 45 hours MP3 format: Approximately 40 hours *2 This is when the power save setting is normal (page 35). The battery duration will vary depending on temperature and usage.
On the remaining battery indication
The battery icon in the display changes as shown below.
The battery power gets low as shown in the battery icon. If LOW BATTERY is displayed, you cannot play back with the Network Walkman. In this case, charge the battery by connecting to your computer. Notes Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of between 5 to 35C (67 to 95F). The icon above USB Connect in the display is animated while your Network Walkman accesses the computer. Do not disconnect the USB cable when the icon is moving or 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 37) the Network Walkman.
Listening to music with your Network Walkman
Charge the built-in rechargeable battery before use (page 12) and transfer audio files to your Network Walkman.
Note When using Network Walkman, be sure to disconnect it from the computer.
Connect the headphones.
To use the headphones extension cord (NW-E407 only)
Connect until it clicks into place.
to headphone jack
Extension headphone cord
If playback does not start
Make sure that the Shuttle switch is not set to HOLD (page 30).
1 Press the Nx button.
GROUP Normal HOLD 2 Press the VOL +/ button to adjust the volume.
To stop playback
Press the Nx button.
To adjust the volume
The volume can be set in the Preset and Manual (pages 33 to 34).
z Tip If the repeat mode (page 21) is not set, playback stops automatically after the last song is played.
You can switch the display to Power Save or Display OFF mode when you do not operate the unit for a while (page 35).
Searching for a song you want to listen to (SEARCH)
You can search for desired tracks to playback by the following 3 ways. Search by artist name ( Artist) Search by album name ( Album) Search by group* transferred from your computer with the SonicStage software ( Group)
* The audio files transferred from your computer with the SonicStage software are always grouped when transferred to the built-in flash memory.
On the search flow and Play Range
Press the SEARCH/MENU button to display the search menu screen. Proceed to the next stage by pressing the Nx button, and return to the previous stage by pressing the SEARCH/MENU button on the search menu screen. as shown in the illustration below) become a Play Range (coverage of The searched songs ( playback). If you do not set the repeat mode (page 21), playback will stop automatically at the end of the Play Range.
Track list (Play Range)
Search menu screen
All Track * Artist Album Group
All Artist Artist1 Artist2
All tracks (artist order)
Track1 Track2 Track3
Album list of searched artist
All Album Album1 Album2
All tracks of the selected artist (album order)
Tracks in the selected album
All tracks (album order)
All Group Group1 Group2
All tracks (group order)
Tracks in the selected group
* When you select All Track, all track lists are displayed and the Play Range will be All.
Example of searching
1 Display the search menu screen to select Artist. 2 Select Artist B from the artist list. 3 Select Album5 from the album list of Artist B. The track list of Album5 is displayed. In this case, the track list becomes the Play Range. 4 Select Track15 from the track list. 5 Press the Nx button. Playback starts from Track15. Playback will stop automatically at the end of Track16 (in this case, the end of the Play Range).
All tracks in the built-in flash memory
Album Album 1 Album 1 Album 1 Album 2 Album 2 Album 2 Album 3 Album 3 Album 3 Album 4 Album 4 Album 4 Album 5 Album 5 Album 5 Album 5 Artist Artist A Artist A Artist A Artist A Artist A Artist A Artist B Artist B Artist B Artist C Artist C Artist D Artist A Artist B Artist B Artist B Track Track01 Track02 Track03 Track04 Track05 Track06 Track07 Track08 Track09 Track10 Track11 Track12 Track13 Track14 Track15 Track16
Album lists of Artist B
Artist Artist B Artist B Artist B Artist B Artist B Artist B Album Album 3 Album 3 Album 3 Album 5 Album 5 Album 5
Tracks in Album 5
Album Album 5 Album 5 Album 5 Track Track14 Track15 Track16
Searching by artist name and playing back the song
Nx button Shuttle switch
When you select All Artist at the top of the artist list and confirm it by pressing the Nx button, all track lists are displayed in order of artist name (the tracks of the same artist are displayed in the album order). The list displayed will be the Play Range. Proceed to step 5 and start playback.
to > to.
SEARCH/ MENU button
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired album and press the Nx button to confirm. The track lists of the selected artists album are displayed. The list displayed will be the Play Range.
Press the SEARCH/MENU button. The search menu screen is displayed.
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
When you select All Album at the top of the album list and confirm it by pressing the Nx button, all track lists of the artist selected in step 3 are displayed album order. The list displayed will be the Play Range.
All Track Artist Album
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select Artist and press the Nx button to confirm. The artist lists are displayed.
All Artist Artist A Artist B
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired track and press the Nx button to confirm. The selected track will be played back. If you do not set the repeat mode (page 21), the playback will stop automatically at the end of the Play Range.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired artist and press the Nx button to confirm. The album lists for the selected artist are displayed.
To return to the previous stage
Press the SEARCH/MENU button. The screen returns to the playback screen by pressing the SEARCH/MENU button while the first stage of the search menu screen (the screen of step 1) is displayed.
All Album Album 1 Album 2
Searching by album name and playing back the song
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired album and press the Nx button to confirm. The track lists of the selected album are displayed. The list displayed will be the Play Range.
When you select All Album at the top of the album list and confirm it by pressing the Nx button, all track lists are displayed in the album order. The list displayed will be the Play Range.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select desired track and press the Nx button to confirm. The selected track will be played back. If you do not set the repeat mode (page 21), the playback will stop automatically at the end of the Play Range.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select Album and press the Nx button to confirm. The album lists are displayed.
Searching by Group and playing back the song
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select the desired Group and press the Nx button to confirm. The track lists of the selected Group are displayed. The list displayed will be the Play Range.
When you select All Group at the top of the group list and confirm it by pressing the Nx button, all track lists are displayed in the group order (the group of transferred from your computer). The list displayed will be the Play Range.
Rotate the Shuttle switch to select Group and press the Nx button to confirm. The Group lists are displayed.
All Group Group 1 Group 2
On the Group Control Mode
You can use the Group Control Mode by setting the Shuttle switch to the GROUP position.
GROUP Normal HOLD
On other operations
SEARCH/ MENU button To Skip to the beginning of the next track*1 Skip to the beginning of the current track*1 Fast-forward*2 Shuttle switch operation Rotate the Shuttle switch to >. Rotate the Shuttle switch to. Rotate the Shuttle switch to > and hold it. Rotate the Shuttle switch to. and hold it.
You can skip to the beginning of the album or group within the Play Range in the Group Control Mode.
To Skip to the beginning of the next album/ group*1*2 Skip to the beginning of the current album/ group*1*2 Shuttle switch operation Set the Shuttle switch to the GROUP position and rotate it to >. Set the Shuttle switch to the GROUP position and rotate it to.
Any audio files stored in the memory will not be erased by pressing the reset button.
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 Shuttle switch is set to the HOLD position. c Set the Shuttle switch to the center (normal) position (page 30). Your Network Walkman contains moisture condensation. c Wait a few hours to let your Network Walkman dry. The remaining battery power is insufficient. c Charge the battery (page 12). The Play Range is shortened. c Select All Track in the search menu screen (page 15).
Buttons do not work.
The transferred songs cannot be found.
Symptom The volume is not loud enough. There is no sound from the right channel of the headphones.
Cause/Remedy The AVLS is enabled. c Disable the AVLS (page 32). The headphone jack is not fully inserted. c Connect the headphone jack fully (page 14). The extension headphone cord is not properly connected to the headphone jack of your Network Walkman or the headphone cord (NW-E407 only). c Connect them properly (page 14). The remaining battery power is insufficient. c Charge the battery (page 12).
Playback has stopped suddenly.
On the display window
Symptom s is displayed for a title. Cause/Remedy Characters that cannot be displayed on your Network Walkman are involved. c Use the supplied SonicStage software to rename the title with appropriate characters.
On charging the battery
Symptom Battery life is short. Cause/Remedy The operating temperature is below 5C (67F). c Battery life becomes shorter due to the battery characteristics. This is not malfunction. The battery is required to be replaced. c Consult your near Sony dealer. Battery charging time is not enough. c Charge the battery longer if the USB connection (USB Bus Powered) is set to Low-power 100mA (page 38).
On the connection with the computer or supplied software
Symptom The software cannot be installed. USB Connect is not displayed when connected 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 Network Walkman USB connection (USB Bus Powered) is set to High-power 500mA. c Set the USB Bus Powered to Low-power 100mA (page 38). The dedicate USB cable is disconnected. c Connect the dedicated USB cable. The driver for the Network Walkman is not installed. c Install the driver for the Network Walkman by installing the SonicStage software on the supplied CD-ROM. The driver will be installed together with SonicStage. The dedicated USB cable is not connected properly. c Connect the USB cable properly. The free space of the built-in flash memory where you want to transfer audio files to is insufficient. c Transfer any unnecessary songs back to your computer to increase free space. You have already transferred to 65,535 songs or 4,096 groups to the built-in flash memory using the SonicStage software. c 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. Audio files with a limited playing period or playing count may not be transferred due to restrictions set by copyright holders. For details on the settings of each audio file, contact the distributor.
Your Network Walkman is not recognized by the computer when it is connected to the computer.
A song(s) cannot be transferred to your Network Walkman.
Symptom The number of audio files that can be transferred is limited. (Available recording time is short.)
Cause/Remedy The free space of the built-in flash memory where you want to transfer to is not enough for the size of audio files you wish to transfer. c Transfer any unnecessary audio files back to the computer to increase free space. Non-audio data is stored in the built-in flash memory where you want to transfer audio files to. c Move non-audio data to the computer to increase free space. USB hub or USB extension cable is used. c Connecting via a USB hub or USB extension cable is not guaranteed. Connect the dedicated USB cable directly to the computer. Your Network Walkman is not connected to the computer properly. c Quit the SonicStage software and verify the connection of the dedicated USB cable. Restart the SonicStage software.
Operation of the Network Walkman becomes unstable while it is connected to the computer. Failed to authenticate Device/Media is displayed on the computer screen while connecting the Network Walkman to the computer.
Symptom There is no beep sound when your Network Walkman is operated. Your Network Walkman gets warm. Cause/Remedy Beep is set to Beep OFF. c In the menu mode, set Beep to Beep ON (page 36). While charging, your Network Walkman may become slightly warm.
Follow the instructions below if an error message appears in the display.
Message AVLS (blinks) CANNOT PLAY Meaning The volume level exceeds the rated value while the AVLS is enabled. Your Network Walkman cannot play certain files because of incompatible formats. Transferring has been interrupted forcefully. Accessing the built-in flash memory. A malfunction is detected. The song is playback restricted by the copyright holder. Remedy Turn the volume down or disable the AVLS (page 32). If the file cannot be played, you can erase it from the built-in flash memory. For details, refer to To delete abnormal data from the built-in flash memory (page 47). Try using another computer. Please wait for access to complete. This message appears while the built-in flash memory is initiating. Please consult your nearest Sony dealer. If song cannot be played, you can erase it from the built-in flash memory. For details, refer to To delete abnormal data from the built-in flash memory (page 47). Transfer the normal audio file back to the computer and then format your Network Walkman. For details, refer to To delete abnormal data from the built-in flash memory on page 47. To operate Network Walkman, set the Shuttle switch to the center (normal) position (page 30). You must charge the battery (page 12).
CHARGE ERROR The power supply is abnormal. DATA ACCESS
The file cannot be read. The file is not normal.
Your Network Walkman cannot be operated because the Shuttle switch is set to the HOLD position. The battery is low.
Message MG ERROR
Meaning An unauthorized distribution file is detected for copyright protection.
Remedy Transfer the normal audio file back to the computer and then format your Network Walkman. For details, refer to To delete abnormal data from the built-in flash memory on page 47. If there are no audio files in the built-in flash memory, use the SonicStage software to transfer audio files. This is not a malfunction. You can operate your Network Walkman using the SonicStage, but you cannot operate the controls on your Network Walkman. Your Network Walkman is accessing to the built-in flash memory. Wait until the access completes. This message is displayed when transferring data to the built-in flash memory or formatting the Network Walkman.
There are no audio files in the built-in flash memory. Your Network Walkman is connected to a computer.
Icon animates from left to right: Accesses to the built-in flash memory is in progress.
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.
Approx. 47 g (1.7 oz)
Headphones (1) Dedicated USB cable (1) Extension headphone cord (NW-E407 only) (1) Carrying pouch (NW-E407 only) (1) Clip (1) CD-ROM for the SonicStage software, PDF file Operating Instructions, and PDF file SonicStage Operating Instructions (1) Quick Start Guide
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories.
Copyright protection technology that consists of authentication and encryption technology. Authentication ensures that protected content is transferred only between compliant devices and media, and that protected content is recorded and transferred in an encrypted format to prevent unauthorized copying or playback.
Note is terminology denoting the copyright protection system developed by Sony. It does not guarantee conversion among other media.
Copyright protection technology that securely manages music content from the EMD/Audio CD on a personal computer. Application software that is installed on the computer encrypts the digital music content when recording on the hard drive. This allows you to enjoy music content on the computer, but prevents unauthorized transmission of this content across a network (or elsewhere). This PC copyright protection complies with MagicGate, and allows you to transfer digital music content from a PCs hard drive to a compliant device.
ATRAC3, which stands for Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding3, is audio compression technology that satisfies the demand for high sound quality and high compression rates. The ATRAC3 compression rate is approximately 10 times higher than that of the Audio CD, resulting in an increased data capacity for the media.
ATRAC3plus, which stands for Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding3plus, is audio compression technology that compresses data higher than ATRAC3. The ATRAC3plus is new audio compression technology that enables equal or higher quality sound comparing to ATRAC3.
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.
USB cable 12 USB connection setting (USB Bus Powered) 38
Play Range Playback Power Save Mode 15-35
Volume 14, 33
Remaining battery indication 13 Repeat 21 Repeat count 25 Reset 42
WAV format Windows Explorer 6 13, 30
Search 15-19 SEARCH/MENU button 15-25, 27-29, 31-39 Sentence Repeat 24 Serial Number 8 Shuffle Repeat 21 Skip to the beginning of a track 20 SonicStage 11 Sound preset (Digital sound preset) 28
Time Setting Track Repeat Transferring Troubleshooting 6, 11 42
Evolution of Sonys biofuel cell Hideki Sakai, Takaaki Nakagawa, Hiroki Mita, Hideyuki Kumita, and Yuichi Tokita Advanced Materials Laboratories, Sony Corporation 4-16-1, Okata Atsugi-shi, Kanagawa, Japan, 243-0021 Biofuel cell should be a next-generation energy device because of using renewable fuels such as carbohydrates both with higher energy density and with more safety. We reported a passive-type multi-stacked biofuel cell with a power output over 70 mW (28 cm3, 2.5 mW/cm3) and the three cell units in series (Fig. 1) were able to operate a memory-type Walkman (Sony, NW-E407) and a radio-controlled car (Ref. 1,2). This demonstration indicates that our biofuel cell has a possibility of practical applications. The performance of the previous passivetype biofuel cell was the maximum power density of 5.0 mW/cm2 at 0.5 V (Ref. 3, black circle in Fig. 3). In this presentation, we will talk about the evolution of the biofuel cell having the power density of 10 mW/cm2 (red circle in Fig. 3). This value was mainly realized by improving the biocathode structure. In addition, we will introduce the development of thermostable enzymes, bilirubin oxidase (BOD, EC 22.214.171.124 (Ref. 4)) and glucono 5-dehydrogenase (Gn5DH, EC 126.96.36.199) for durability, and four-electron oxidation system of glucose by using GDH (glucose dehydrogenase, EC 188.8.131.52) and Gn5DH for capacity.
Figure 3. I-P curves of the biofuel cells.
(1) H. Sakai, T. Nakagawa; Y. Tokita, T. Hatazawa, T. Ikeda, S. Tsujimura, and K. Kano, Energy Environ. Sci., 2, 133 (2009). (2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYaj2mrsWlc (3) H. Sakai, T. Nakagawa, H. Mita, R. Matsumoto, T. Sugiyama, H. Kumita, Y. Tokita, and T. Hatazawa, ECS Trans., 16 (38), 9 (2009). (4) H. Kumita, H. Sakai1, Y. Tokita1, T. Hatazawa, T. Takahashi, and T. Sugiura, Prepr. Pap.-Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Fuel Chem., 54 (2), (2009), in press.
Figure 1. Our passive-type multi-stacked biofuel cell units.
Carbon electrode Carbon electrode (Immobilized layer)
(In air) BOD
(BOD : Bilirubin oxidase)
GDH (In tank)
(DI : Diaphorase, GDH : Glucose dehydrogenase)
Figure 2. Our mediated electron-transfer type biofuel cell.
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