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Take your entertainment with you. Featuring a new compact and slim design, the NWZ-E436FRED 4GB Walkman video MP3 player provides up to 45 hours of continuous music and up to 8 hours of uninterrupted video - Sony Refurbished / Recertified,
Part Number: NWZE436F
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|policemenka||11:44pm on Friday, September 10th, 2010|
|I originally bought this because my Ipod was getting really old and I wanted something with more GB. So I decided to go with this....Let me tell you.|
|Fingmatizee||4:53am on Tuesday, August 24th, 2010|
|For years I used an older model MP3 player and wanted to upgrade to a device with more memory. After some research. Sony has a new kid on the block in this Mp3 player. Larger display than previous versions, it comes with the usual features, plays music, view photos,...|
|eddy4630||3:48am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|I really like this Sony player better than my IPOD. It is easier to work with Windows Media Player to manage music for it. I purchased two of these for both of my sons and they love them. Great quality and the size is just right!!|
|Peteabc||10:37am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|"I was going to buy an IPOD but the sales clerk said they were overated and over priced for playing music and videos, so he suggested SONY. I love it!... "I am a Sony fan, I have a NWZ-S738 for myself and a NWZE436 for my wife. My 738 has been great, but the E436 is a different story. "The unit is a good value. The only issue I have the lack of support for audio books" Price lack of Audio book support|
|princeoforange||12:15pm on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010|
|I GIVE IT A 9 OUT OF 10 AND THE ONLY REASON I GOT THIS WAS BECAUSE IT WAS THE CHEAPEST PRICED MP3 PLAYER IN THE TWO STORES I WENT TO AND IT TURNS OUT ... trendy looks, gr8 battery backup....cheaper thn ipod nano... xclent battery hard ear plugs|
|Brazilgirl||2:02pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|I bought this gadget a few months ago for the only reason that I wanted to listen to NPR using a compact device that does not need those nasty lead ba...|
|Bloeder||10:22pm on Thursday, March 25th, 2010|
|sony m3player my wife is very happy with her new sony player. She takes it to the gym with her Itis small an the battery life last a long time. Best Quality for the Price The Sony 4g mp3 player is terrific!! Not only is it a beautiful shade of red, but the quality is terrific.|
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Page numbers in parentheses refer to pages of Operation Guide (PDF).
Playback does not stop. The player does not work.
With this player, there is no difference between stopping and pausing. When you press the button, appears and playback pauses/stops. The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery by connecting the player to a running computer ( page 23). If you charge the battery and nothing changes, press the RESET button to reset the player ( page 92). The built-in flash memory of the player was formatted using Windows Explorer. Format the built-in flash memory on the player ( page 83). The supplied USB cable was disconnected from the player while data was being transferred. Transfer usable files back to your computer and format the built-in flash memory on the player ( page 83). After dragging and dropping in Windows Explorer, data hierarchy levels do not correspond to the player ( page 27). Transferred files are not in a playable format. For details, see Supported file format of Specifications ( page 118). Songs or videos may not be played back, depending on the file format ( page 118). Photos may not be displayed, depending on the file size or the file format ( page 118). AVLS (Volume Limit) is enabled. Disable AVLS (Volume Limit) ( page 73).
is displayed instead of (Clock Display) on the Home menu. appears for a title.
The volume level is set to zero. Turn the volume up ( page 11). The headphone plug is not connected properly. Connect the headphone plug properly ( page 11). The headphone plug is dirty. Clean the headphone plug with a soft dry cloth. No songs or video files are stored on the player. Follow the instructions in the displayed message, and transfer songs or videos from the computer. The battery is consumed. Charge the battery fully ( page 23). If the player does not react, even after charging the battery, press the RESET button to reset the player ( page 92). No data is stored on the player. Follow the instructions in the displayed message, and transfer data from the computer. Transferred files are not in a playable format. For details, see Supported file format of Specifications ( page 118). Songs or videos may not be played back, depending on the file format ( page 118). Photos may not be displayed, depending on the file size or the file format ( page 118). 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. The maximum number of files that can be displayed is reached. The maximum number of files is 1,000 files for videos, 8,000 files for photos. Also, the maximum number of folders is 1,000 folders for photos in the photo folder list. Delete unnecessary data. Available capacity is insufficient. Delete unnecessary data to increase free space on the player. After dragging and dropping in Windows Explorer, data hierarchy levels do not correspond to the player ( page 27). Transferred files are not in a playable format. For details, see Supported file format of Specifications ( page 118). The audio files are not in folders under the MUSIC folder. Place them in folders under the MUSIC folder by dragging and dropping.
The icon has been changed because the player has accessed an online service (available only in the U.S.A.). (Clock Display), format the player ( To restore page 83). Characters that cannot appear on the player are included in the title. Rename the title with appropriate characters using the software you used to transfer or Windows Explorer. The data has no data information, such as album or artist name, etc. The wrong language is selected. Correct the setting of Language Settings ( page 85), and then transfer data to the player again. There was no operation attempted for more than 30 seconds ( page 75). Press any button. There was no operation attempted for more than 3 minutes while the player was in the pause mode. Press any button. There was no operation attempted for more than 30 seconds when Screensaver is set to Blank ( page 75). Press any button. Set Screensaver to Clock, if you like. See the Messages ( page 104).
There is no sound.
No data is played.
Transferred data cannot be found.
Unknown is displayed for an album or artist name, etc. Garbled characters are displayed. The screen darkens while displaying a photo. The screen turns off.
The volume is not loud enough.
Transferred data is not displayed in its list.
There is no sound The headphone plug is not fully inserted. from the right channel If the headphones are not connected correctly, sound will of the headphones. not be output properly. Insert the headphone plug into Or the right channel the jack until it clicks ( page 11). sound is heard from both sides of the headphones. Playback has stopped suddenly. The remaining battery power is insufficient. Charge the battery by connecting the player to a running computer ( page 23). The songs or video files that cannot be played are played. Play back the other song or video files. Songs do not have cover art information whose file format is supported by the player. Thumbnails are displayed only when songs have cover art information whose file format is supported by the player. Transfer again using the bundled Windows Media player, or another transfer capable software. Thumbnail name does not match its video file. Place a JPEG file of the same name as the video file, with the extension.thm or.jpg, into the folder that contains the video file. If the photos do not have thumbnails that are complied with Exif file format, the thumbnails cannot be displayed. Retransfer the photos using bundled Media Manager for WALKMAN. Cover art information is not included with the data. The cover art only appears if the cover art information is included. You can set cover art using the bundled Windows Media Player 11, or another transfer capable software for setting cover art. For details on operation, refer to the Help or maker of the software. Some cover art is not displayed, depending on its file format. The remaining battery is low or insufficient. Charge the battery by connecting the player to a running computer ( page 23). If a malfunction occurs, the player turns off, and then on again automatically.
A message appears.
Battery life is short.
The operating temperature is below 5 C (41 F). Battery life becomes shorter due to the battery characteristics. This is not a malfunction. Battery charging time is not sufficient. appears. Charge the battery until By adjusting the settings or managing the power supply properly, it is possible to save the battery power and use the player for a longer time ( page 87). You have not used the player for a prolonged period. The efficiency of the battery will be improved by repeatedly charging and discharging it. When usable battery life becomes half the usual time, even after charging the battery fully, the battery should be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony dealer. Copyright-protected contents are played. When copyright-protected contents are played, battery life may be shorter. The USB cable is not connected to a USB port on your computer properly. Disconnect the USB cable, and then reconnect it. Use the supplied USB cable. The battery is charged in an ambient temperature out of the range of 5 C (41 F) to 35 C (95 F). Charge the battery in an ambient temperature of 5 C (41 F) to 35 C (95 F). The computer is not on. Turn on the computer. Your computer has entered sleep or hibernation status. Release the computer from sleep or hibernation status. To avoid unnecessary battery consumption, the player automatically turns off. Press any button to turn the player on. If the battery is already almost fully charged when charging begins, little time is needed to reach full charge.
NWZ-E435F / E436F / E438F
2008 Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia 4-109-716-12 (1)
Thumbnails are not displayed.
Try the following steps to resolve the issue. 1 Find the symptoms of the issue in the following troubleshooting tables, and try any corrective actions listed.
When All Songs or Album is selected, all the songs will appear, but some songs will not appear when Folder is selected.
2 Connect the player to your computer to
charge the battery.
For details on how to operate, see Operation Guide (PDF file).
Songs are played back The player plays back songs only in the lists from which the within a limited playback playback starts (album list, artist list, etc.) ( page 42). range only, such as within one album. Data cannot be deleted on the player. Noise is generated. You cannot delete songs, videos or photos on the player. Delete them using the software you used to transfer the data, or Windows Explorer. 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 ( page 118). Some songs may not play back, depending on certain file specifications. The HOLD switch is set to the HOLD position. Slide the HOLD switch to the opposite position ( page 12). The player contains moisture condensation. Wait a few hours to let the player dry. The remaining battery power is low or insufficient. Charge the battery by connecting the player to a running computer ( page 23). If you charge the battery and nothing changes, press the RESET button to reset the player ( page 92). While Connecting or Connected USB (MTP) is being displayed, you cannot operate the player. Disconnect the USB connection, then operate the player. Cover art is not displayed.
The player cannot charge the battery.
3 Press the RESET button with a
small pin, etc.
You may be able to resolve some issues by charging the battery.
4 Check the information about the issue in the
Help of each software. 5 Look for information about the issue on one of the support Web sites.
For customers in the USA, visit: http://www.sony.com/walkmansupport
If you press the RESET button while operating the player, stored data and settings on the player may be deleted. After resetting the player, press any button to turn on the player. The player reactivates the previously set items.
The player cannot format. The players power was inadvertently turned off, and then on again. The player does not work properly.
The player turns off automatically. Charging completes very quickly.
Buttons do not work.
The computer is started or restarted while the player is connected to it. Reset the player by pressing the RESET button of the player. Disconnect the player when you start or restart the computer.
6 If the approaches listed above fail to resolve
the issue, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
See reverse side.
Connection with a computer
The following minimum system requirements for the player are needed. System Requirements
Computer IBM PC/AT or compatible computer preinstalled with the following Windows operating systems*: Windows Vista Home Basic (Service Pack 1 or later) / Windows Vista Home Premium (Service Pack 1 or later) / Windows Vista Ultimate (Service Pack 1 or later) / Windows Vista Business (Service Pack 1 or later) / Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2 or later) / Windows XP Professional (Service Pack 2 or later) Not supported by 64 bit version OS. Not supported by OSs other than above. * Excluding OS Versions not supported by Microsoft. CPU: Pentium 4 1.0 GHz or higher RAM: 512 MB or more Hard Disk drive: 380 MB or more of available space More free space may be required depending on the version of the operating system installed. Also, more space is required to store data (such as music, videos, photos) on the hard drive. Display: Screen Resolution: pixels (or higher) (recommended 1,or higher) Colors: 8-bit color or higher (16-bit color recommended) CD-ROM drive (supporting Digital Music CD playback capabilities using WDM) To create original CDs, a CD-R/RW drive is required. Sound board USB port (Hi-Speed USB is recommended) Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 or 3.0, QuickTime 7.3, Internet Explorer 6.0 or 7.0, Windows Media Player 10 or 11 (Windows Media Player 11 recommended. Some computers that already have Windows Media Player 10 installed may encounter file limitation (AAC, video files, etc.) that can be transferred by dragging and dropping.). Installation of Adobe Flash Player 8 or higher is required. Broadband Internet connection is required to use Electronic Music Distribution (EMD) or to visit the web site. We do not guarantee operation for all computers even if they meet the above System Requirements. Not supported by the following environments: Personally constructed computers or operating systems An environment that is an upgrade of the original manufacturerinstalled operating system Multi-boot environment Multi-monitor environment Macintosh
The player becomes unstable while it is connected to the computer. You cannot delete or rename the folders.
A USB hub or USB extension cable is being used. Connecting the player via a USB hub or extension cable may not work. Connect the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable. You cannot delete or rename the MUSIC and MP_ ROOT folders.
Media Manager for WALKMAN does not start up. Connecting or Connected USB (MTP) does not appear when connected to the computer with the supplied USB cable.
Your computers system environment has changed, perhaps due to an update of the Windows operating system. The USB cable is not connected to a USB port on your computer properly. Disconnect the USB cable, and then reconnect it. Use the supplied USB cable. A USB hub is being used. Connecting the player via a USB hub may not work. Connect the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable. The computer is running another software other than the one used for transferring. Disconnect the USB cable, wait a few minutes, and reconnect it. If the problem persists, disconnect the USB cable, restart the computer, and then reconnect the USB cable. Connecting or Connected USB (MTP) may not appear on the player, depending on the software environment that is running on your computer. Activate Windows Media Player, or Windows Explorer. The USB cable is not connected to a USB port on your computer properly. Disconnect the USB cable, and then reconnect it. A USB hub is being used. Connecting the player via a USB hub may not work. Connect the player to your computer using the supplied USB cable. The USB port on your computer may have a problem. Connect the player to another USB port on your computer. Transferring may be stopped due to noise such as static electricity, etc. This happens to protect data information. Disconnect the player, then reconnect it. If you transfer files by dragging and dropping on some computers that do not have Windows Media Player 11 installed, there may be limited files (AAC, video files, etc.) that can be transferred by dragging and dropping. Install Windows Media Player 11 from the supplied CDROM, then transfer files by dragging and dropping again. Before installing the bundled Windows Media Player 11 on your computer, make sure to check whether your software or service corresponds to Windows Media Player 11. For details on usage, or support on Windows Media Player, visit the following web site: http://support.microsoft.com/ The USB cable is not connected to a USB port on your computer properly. Disconnect the USB cable, and then reconnect it. There is not enough free space in the built-in flash memory. Transfer any unnecessary data back to your computer to increase free space. Songs 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. Abnormal data exists on the player. Transfer usable files back to your computer and format the built-in flash memory on the player ( page 83). The data may be damaged. Delete the data that cannot be transferred from your computer, then import it to your computer again. When importing data to your computer, close any other applications to avoid data damage. Transferable limit of files and folders has been exceeded. Delete unnecessary data. You are trying to transfer.m4a,.mp4,.3gp or.m4v files on a computer that already has Windows Media Player 10 installed. Install Windows Media Player 11 from the supplied CD-ROM. If you transfer data using an appropriate software for transferring, but the transfer is not made, refer to the manufacturer. There is not enough free space in the built-in flash memory. Transfer any unnecessary data back to your computer to increase free space. Data that cannot be played on the player is stored on the player. If data other than song, video, or photo data is stored on the player, less data can be transferred. Transfer back data that cannot be played on the player to the computer to increase the available space.
To initialize (format) the player
Be sure to format the built-in ash memory using the Menu mode on this player following the procedure below. (Check all contents before formatting as all data stored will be erased.)
You cannot hear an FM broadcast well.
1Press and hold the BACK/HOME button in the pause
mode until the Home menu appears.
The receiving frequency is not fully tuned in. Select the frequency manually to improve reception using the / button ( page 68).
(Settings)- Common Settings Format Yes Yes, in this order. Press the /// button to select the item, and then press the button to confirm. After selecting Yes and conrming, Formatting. appears and formatting starts. When formatting is complete, Memory formatted. appears.
Reception is weak and The radio signal is weak. sound quality is poor. Listen to the FM broadcast near a window since the signal may be weak inside buildings or in vehicles. The headphone cord is not fully extended. The headphone cord functions as an antenna. Extend the headphone cord as far as possible. The FM broadcast is affected by interference. 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.
The player is not recognized by the computer when it is connected to the computer.
There is no beep sound when the player is operated.
Beep Settings is set to Off. Set Beep Settings to On ( page 74). The beep does not sound when the player is connected to the optional cradle, or another device.
Data cannot be transferred to the player from your computer.
The player gets warm. The player may become warm when the battery is being charged and just after charging. The player also may get warm when a large amount of data is transferred. This behavior is normal and not cause for a concern. Set the player aside for a while to allow it to cool down. The date and time have been reset. If you left the player for a while with the battery used up, the date and time may be reset. This is not a malfunction. Charge the battery until appears on the screen and set the date and time again ( page 77).
Only a small amount of data can be transferred to the player.
Long battery life: Equipped with a long-lasting battery that enables you to listen to up to 45 hours of music and watch up to 8 hours of video without needing to recharge.1 Compact and slim design: Boasts a compact and slim design that makes carrying your video MP3 player wherever you go a breeze. 2" QVGA high-brightness, color LCD: A 2" QVGA high-brightness screen (measured diagonally), color LCD provides you with a rich viewing experience on your video MP3 player. 4GB Built-in Memory stores up to 925 songs or 15H of video
Supports multiple audio codecs and video formats: The NWZ-E436F supports multiple high-quality video formats (AVC (H.264/AVC), MPEG-4, and WMV)2 , as well as a variety of audio codecs (MP3, WMA, AAC-LC3 , and L-PCM), giving you more freedom to download the kind of music and video that you want. Easy drag-and-drop device management functionality: Easily load your music, pictures, and video onto the NWZ-E436F by dragging and dropping them into the video MP3 player on your computer. Works with Windows Media Technology (WMT): The NWZ-E436F works with Windows Media Technology (WMT), which gives you even more freedom to manage your music the way you want. User-friendly interface for easy operation: The NWZ-E436F has a userfriendly interface that makes navigating through your music, pictures, and videos an easy task. Built-in FM radio tuner: A built-in FM tuner enables you to listen to FM radio stations directly from your MP3 player without the need for additional accessories. CD-ROM and USB cable included: The NWZ-E436F comes with a CDROM preloaded with Windows Media Player 11 and MP3 conversion tools as well as a USB cable. Headphones (MDR-E804LP) and attachment for additional accessories are included with the NWZ-E436F.
Long battery life Equipped with a long-lasting battery that enables you to listen to up to 45 hours of music and watch up to 8 hours of video without needing to recharge.1 Compact and slim design Makes carrying your video MP3 player wherever you go a breeze. 2" QVGA high-brightness screen (measured diagonally) Color LCD provides you with a rich viewing experience on your video MP3 player. 4GB Built-in Memory1 Stores up to 925 songs5 or 15H of video5 Multiple high-quality video formats This player supports multiple high-quality video formats (AVC (H.264/AVC), MPEG4, and WMV2 , as well as a variety of audio codecs (MP3, WMA, AAC-LC 3 , and L-PCM), giving you more freedom to download the kind of music and video that you want. Drag and Drop fuctionality Easily load your music, pictures, and video onto this player by dragging and dropping them into the video MP3 player on your computer. Works with Windows Media Technology (WMT) Gives you even more freedom to manage your music the way you want. Interface: Headphone:Stereo mini-jack WM-PORT(multiple connecting terminal):22 pins Hi-Speed USB
Operating Temperature: 5 'C to 35 'C (41 'F to 95 'F)
Battery Charging (Approx.): Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery USB power (from a computer via the supplied USB cable) Output Power: 5+5mW (No mention for all destination) Recharging Time: USB-based charging Approx. 4 Hrs(full charge), Approx. 2 Hrs(approx. 80%)1
Format: AVC(H.264/AVC) MPEG-4 Windows Media Video 92 Playback: Music : Approx. 45H *5/Video : Approx. 8H*62,3 Play Mode: Normal / Repeat / Shuffle / Shuffle&Repeat / Repeat 1 Song Shuffle All
Internet Connection: Hi-Speed USB WM-PORT(22pin)
Music Storage Capacity (Approx): 3.49 GB 3,744,464,896 bytes4
Weight: Approx. 1.8oz (50g) Measurements: W 1 3/4 x H 3 3/8 x D 11/32" (W44.2 x H83.9 x D8.5 mm)
Headphones Quick Start Guide USB to WM-Port Limited Waranty CD-ROM (Microsoft Windows Media Player 11, "Napster,""Content Transfer,""Operation Guide") Color: Pink UPC Code: 027242747814
1. Actual battery life will vary based on product settings, usage patterns, battery and environmental conditions. 2. WMV playback limited to Simple Profile, QVGA resolution (320x240) at a bitrate no higher than 768 kpbs. MPEG-4 playback limited to Simple Profile, QVGA resolution (320x240), at a bitrate no higher than 1024 kpbs. AVC playback limited to Baseline Profile, QVGA resolution (320x240), at a bitrate no higher than 768 kpbs. 3. Supports unsecured files only. 4. 3.49 GB equals 3,744,464,896 bytes, a portion of which is used for data management. 5. Calculated based on 4 minutes per song @ 128 kbps in MP3 format, not including videos or photos. Other playable audio file format song numbers and times may differ from MP3 format. For video transfer the approximate recordable times are estimated where only video is transferred to the device. Times may vary depending on the conditions under which the player is used. 2008 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Sony, Walkman and their respective logos are trademarks of Sony. Windows Media is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate.
Equalizer: 5 Band equalizer Heavy/Pop/Jazz/Unique/Custom 1/Custom 2 Format(s) Supported: MP3/WMA/AAC-LC/Linear PCM3 Antenna System: FM: Headphone Cord Antenna Frequency Range: 87.5 to 108.0 MHz The frequency is changed by 0.1MHz Frequency Response: 20 to 20,000 Hz(when playing data file, single signal measurement) Format: AAC-LC (for AVC, MPEG-4)" "WMA (for Windows Media Video 9)2,3 Tuner: FM Tuner - Yes
Multiple Language Display: "English/French/German/Spanish/Italian/Russian/ Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Korean/Portuguese" Search Features: All Songs/Album/Artist/Genre/Release Year/Playlists/Folder Noise Reduction: No
Headphone Type: Noise Canceling (MDR-E804LP) Display: 2.0inch, TFT color display with white LED-backlight, QVGA (240 x 320 Pixels), 262,144 colors
Please visit the Dealer Network for current information at www.sony.com/dn Sony Electronics Inc. 16530 Via Esprillo San Diego, CA 92127 1.800.222.7669 www.sony.com Last Updated: 10/04/2008
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