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Toshiba Mobile Audio Player
Owner's Manual
© TOSHIBA CORPORATION 2005
All Rights Reserved
Series
The illustration above shows the
image of the MEGF60, MEGF40.
1
Ver. 3.0 supported

Summary of Contents

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    Toshiba Mobile Audio Player Owner’s Manual © TOSHIBA CORPORATION 2005 All Rights Reserved Ver. 3.0 supported Series The illustration above shows the image of the MEGF60, MEGF40.

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    Only peripherals complying with the FCC Class B limits may be attached to this equipment. Operation with noncompliant peripherals or peripherals not recommended by Toshiba is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Toshiba or parties authorized by Toshiba could void the user’s authority to operate the...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety icons This manual contains safety instructions that must be observed in order to avoid potential hazards that could result in personal injuries, damage to your equipment, or loss of data. These safety cautions have been classified according to the seriousness of the risk, and the icons highlight these instructions as follows: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

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    Precautions for Use Should you notice any abnormality such as odor, smoke or overheating, turn off the power and disconnect the AC adapter. Continuing to use the product may result in fire, electric shock or burn, possibly resulting in serious injury. If water or other foreign object should enter the equipment, turn off the power and disconnect the AC adapter.

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    Do not operate the product while walking, driving a car, or riding a motorcycle. You may fall or cause a traffic accident, possibly resulting in serious injury. You cannot hear sounds from the surrounding environment, which may lead to an unexpected accident, possibly resulting in serious injury.

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    Do not place the product in a hot place. Placing the product under direct sunlight, in a closed car, near a stove, etc., may result in heat generation or fire, possibly resulting in serious injury. The product may also break possibly resulting in serious injury. Do not subject the display surface to impact.

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    Occasionally disconnect the power plug and clean it if dirt or dust has adhered to the prongs or the mount surface of the prongs. The insulation of the power plug may decrease, resulting in fire possibly resulting in serious injury. Do not cover the AC adapter with a cushion or place it near a heater or on a carpet when the adapter is conducting current.

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents Safety Precautions...3 Table Of Contents...8 Welcome ...11 Important Information on Use ...13 AC Adapter ...16 How to enjoy the gigabeat ...17 Parts diagram...20 Getting ready... 24 Charging the built-in battery...24 Turning the Power ON/OFF ...27 Setting the DATE/TIME...28 Connecting the gigabeat®...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Managing tracks ... 80 The recycle bin and deleting tracks ...80 Viewing Track Information ...83 Viewing an audio library with gigabeat room™...85 Refreshing the Audio library...87 Playing tracks with gigabeat room ...88 Deleting tracks with gigabeat room...89 Editing track information ... 90 Obtaining CD music information via the Internet ...90 Obtaining music information via the Internet...92 Editing Tag (Track) Information ...95...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Possible Error Messages (gigabeat room)...144 Troubleshooting ...145 Frequently Asked Questions...147 Troubles of the gigabeat and gigabeat room ...148 Specifications...151 INDEX ...153 License Information on the Software Used in the TOSHIBA Mobile Audio Player...155 Limited United States Warranty ...157 Limited Canadian Warranty ...159...

  • Page 11: Welcome

    Welcome Trademarks -The gigabeat is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation. Plus Touch, gigabeat room, and RipRec are trademarks of Toshiba Corporation. -Microsoft, Windows and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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    States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. -You must obtain any required permission from copyright owners to download or use copyrighted content. Toshiba cannot and does not grant such permission. Recorded Tracks Tracks that have been damaged or erased due to a problem in the product or PC may not be recovered.

  • Page 13: Important Information On Use

    Important Information on Use Handling the Product Do not subject the product to strong impact, as it may damage the product or destroy the recorded data. It may also cause other failures and malfunctions. Do not apply unnecessary force to the product’s display surface, as it may damage the display.

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    Regularly back up the data in the internal hard disk to the PC so that it can be recovered in the event of corruption or loss. TOSHIBA shall not be liable whatsoever for loss of data stored on the internal hard disk.

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    If the battery is consumed quickly after a full charge, the built-in battery may have failed. Please contact TOSHIBA Customer Service by calling (Phone # on “STOP SHEET”). TOSHIBA shall not be liable whatsoever for any corruption or loss of stored data due to the complete discharge of the built-in battery.

  • Page 16: Ac Adapter

    AC Adapter When using the AC adapter, carefully read and observe the information in Precautions” (>p.3) as well as the following instructions. Refer to (>p.151) for the type of the supplied AC adapter. Be sure to use the supplied AC adapter. The use of another adapter may result in damage, heat generation or fire, possibly resulting in serious injury.

  • Page 17: How To Enjoy The Gigabeat

    How to enjoy the gigabeat Playing music tracks and displaying images with the gigabeat Charging the gigabeat Transferring music/images to the gigabeat Prepare music Prepare music or image data. or image data. Playing music/viewing images Install gigabeat room. Install gigabeat room. Transfer music or images to the Transfer music or images to the gigabeat with gigabeat room.

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    ◆ Transfer Using gigabeat room The RipRec function transfers music from a CD directly onto the gigabeat. Music CD Tracks (MP3, WMA, WAV) ◆ Transfer Using Windows Media Player 10 Music CD Tracks (MP3, WMA, WAV, copy-protected WMA) gigabeat room Windows Media Player 10 USB CRADLE cable...

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    ◆ Transfer Using Napster Tracks downloaded from Napster Tracks (MP3, WMA) Transfer of protected WMA files Transfer of nonprotected WMA files Transfer of image files Album cover photograph settings Functions of RipRec button and Sync button on the USB CRADLE USB connection Yes: Available No: Not available...

  • Page 20: Parts Diagram

    Parts diagram Main Unit Bottom Backside a AC adapter jack b HOLD switch Slide this switch in the direction of the arrow to lock the gigabeat and prevent inadvertent button operations. c Headphone jack d POWER button Turns Power on and off (Hold for 2 seconds) and also return to the MAIN MENU when in playback mode.

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    Note -Use only supplied accessories or Toshiba authorized accessories only when connecting to the pin connector at the bottom of the unit. Plus Touch Operation The Plus Touch is a touch sensitive input device. You can either tap, touch, press and hold or slide on the Plus Touch depending on the function your are using.

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    USB CRADLE a USB/LINE OUT switch Switch to “LINE OUT” to output sound from the LINE OUT jack for connection with PC speakers or an audio system. b r Button (RipRec) Transfers an entire music CD to the gigabeat without having to open the gigabeat room application or drag and drop tracks.

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    How to connect the gigabeat with the USB CRADLE • Removal • Connection Insert and press down firmly. When removing the gigabeat from the USB CRADLE, pull straight out in the direction of the arrow in the diagram.

  • Page 24: Getting Ready, Charging The Built-in Battery

    Getting ready Charging the built-in battery When the AC adapter is connected to the gigabeat, charging starts automatically. If you are using the gigabeat for the first time, or when the gigabeat hasn’t been used for prolonged period, fully charge the battery before using. One charging method is to connect the AC adapter directly to the gigabeat, another method is to use the USB CRADLE.

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    Charge Using the USB CRADLE Connect the gigabeat to the USB CRADLE. Then, connect in the order A to C shown below. Connect to the outlet. “How to connect the gigabeat with the USB CRADLE” (>p.23) for connecting the gigabeat with USB CRADLE.

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    Charge by connecting to PC Using USB Cable Connect the gigabeat to PC via the supplied USB cable. Battery power may be used when the gigabeat is operating such as transferring tracks even if it is connected via USB. Charging with a USB connection is dependent on the performance of the USB bus power supply function of the PC and may not be possible depending on the model of PC.

  • Page 27: Turning The Power On/off

    Turning the Power ON/OFF Press and hold the POWER button for two seconds or longer. Press and hold the POWER button for two seconds or longer when power is on. A DATE/TIME Setup window will be displayed when using for the first time. Set the DATE/TIME. Note -The power cannot be turned on or off during the HOLD condition.

  • Page 28: Setting The Date/time

    Setting the DATE/TIME Select year, month, day or time you want to set by touching the left or right of the Plus Touch. -Right: Day -Left: Returns to the previous selection. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch to set year, month, day and time.

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    Connecting the gigabeat Turn on the PC. Connect the AC adapter to the USB CRADLE, turn on the gigabeat, and then connect the gigabeat to the USB CRADLE. Refer to “Charging the built-in battery” Use the USB cable to connect the PC and the USB CRADLE. Set the USB/LINE OUT switch of the USB CRADLE to “USB”.

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    Note -When making the USB connection of the PC and the gigabeat to transfer data or to do something else, connect the AC adapter. Failure to connect the AC adapter will wear down the battery and could cause the data stored in the gigabeat to be deleted. -When transferring data from the PC, do not disconnect the AC adapter or USB cable, nor disconnect the gigabeat from the USB CRADLE.

  • Page 31: Disconnecting The Gigabeat From Your Pc

    Disconnecting the gigabeat from Your PC When the gigabeat is connected to your PC and you are using Windows Media Player 10 or Napster, the disconnection procedures are not necessary. Simply disconnect the USB cable. When setting “PC CONNECTIONS” to “gigabeat room” When gigabeat room is in operation Click the “gigabeat Eject Button”...

  • Page 32: Starting Gigabeat Room

    Starting gigabeat room™ Click “gigabeat room 3.0” (*) of “TOSHIBA gigabeat room 3.0” (*) in “All Programs” from the Start menu. The main window of gigabeat room will be displayed. [Using gigabeat room for the first time] 1 The registration window for Gracenote will appear. Follow the directions for registering.

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    -Viewing audio library with gigabeat room “Viewing an audio library with gigabeat room™” (>p.85) -gigabeat room window and menu list “The gigabeat room main window” (>p.40) * The main window may differ depending on the versions of installed gigabeat room.

  • Page 34: Onscreen Displays

    Onscreen displays MAIN MENU This window is displayed when the power is turned on. Pressing the POWER button while another window is displayed also returns the unit to the MAIN MENU. XXXXXXX AUDIO PHOTO DEMO MUSIC SETUP g hi kl m Note -The design of the screen, the orientation of the screen display, the font size, and the size of the cover photograph can be customized for each screen.

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    AUDIO menu XXXXXXX AUDIO ARTIST 17 items ALBUM GENRE PLAYLIST FOLDER BOOKMARK RECYCLE BIN AUDIO Browse screen The Browse screen appears. XXXXXXX ALBUM 1 TRACK 1 ARTIST 1 3 : 20 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 5 a ARTIST Folder listing tracks by artist b ALBUM Folder listing tracks by album...

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    Playback window ARTIST 1 ALBUM 1 10 tracks 52:08 TRACK 1 0:09/4:55 Note -If no information is available for the track, then “No Information” is displayed. -The MAIN MENU, Browse and Setup screens will switch to the Playback window if no input is received for approximately 60 seconds. -“Playback time”...

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    PHOTO menu XXXXXXX PHOTO SORTED BY D 1 item PHOTO LIST FOLDER BOOKMARK RECYCLE BIN PHOTO Browse screen XXXXXXX SORTED BY DATE 01/01/2005 2 items 01/11/2005 02/12/2005 03/23/2005 04/01/2005 a SORTED BY DATE Folder listing images by date taken b PHOTO LIST Displays photo lists created in gigabeat room c FOLDER...

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    Setup menu XXXXXXX SETUP BASIC SETTINGS AUDIO PHOTO SCREEN CONNECTIONS CLOCK LANGUAGE* SETUP screen MENU screen Pressing the MENU button will display the Menu related to the current screen. For example, when in AUDIO mode, the Menu will display audio related functions. When in PHOTO mode, photo-related functions, etc.

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    OPERATION GUIDE The operation guide corresponds to input on the Plus Touch sensor and acts as a navigation aid for the Plus Touch. -The operation guide can be hidden by setting “OPERATION GUIDE” to “OFF” in the Menu screen, or by setting “OPERATION GUIDE” to “OFF” in the “SCREEN” menu of the “SETUP”...

  • Page 40: The Gigabeat Room Main Window

    The gigabeat room main window Menu Bar Playback panel Audio Tab Device panel Library Tree or Folder Tree Playback panel Album cover photograph Displays the album cover if available. If not, the CD icon shown will appear. Elapsed time/Playback time Button ( Button) Plays.

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    Transfer panel Record from audio CD Button Downloads CD music to PC. (>p.46) CD Eject Button Ejects a CD. RipRec Transfer Button Transfers Tracks from a Music CD directly to the (>p.51) gigabeat. Audio mode display Audio Tab PC Button CD Button gigabeat Button...

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    Menu Bar Audio mode a “File” menu New playlist Convert the bookmark to the playlist Edit playlist Delete Create Folder Rename Properties Exit b “View” menu Photo mode View mode Select drives Up One Level Refresh *1: Library view *2: Folder view c “Play”...

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    d “Tool” menu Library refresh Number of tracks registered in library Synchronize Ripping Execution of RipRec Reads tracks from a music CD and transfers them to the Transfer from PC to gigabeat Eject CD Music information edit Gracenote Options e “Help” menu About gigabeat Displays the version information.

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    Photo mode Ripping, Execution of RipRec, Music information edit, Gracenote, etc are menus used for the audio mode only and do not appear while gigabeat room is in photo mode. ◆ “File” menu New photo list Creates a new photo list. Convert the Converts the gigabeat bookmark to a photo list.

  • Page 45: Enjoying Music, Preparing Music, Transferring Tracks To The Gigabeat

    Enjoying musicPreparing music Transferring tracks to the gigabeat You can transfer tracks to the gigabeat using the following methods. Refer to each page of this manual for details of each method. -Downloading tracks from Music CD to the PC, then transferring tracks to the gigabeat “Downloading music from a CD to your PC”...

  • Page 46: Downloading Music From A Cd To Your Pc

    Downloading music from a CD to your Insert the music CD in the CD-ROM drive of your PC. Click the “CD Button” on the gigabeat room window. Information of the music CD appears. Check the tracks you want to download and click the “Record from audio CD Button”.

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    -It is required to check “Transfer protected contents also” options” window to transfer content-protected tracks to the gigabeat. -gigabeat room supports the Gracenote recognition technology. If your computer is connected to the Internet, click the “CD Button”. The PC will automatically access Gracenote, then your PC will search and download CD information including song titles, artist’s names, etc.

  • Page 48: Connecting The Gigabeat® To Your Pc, Transferring Tracks From The Pc To The Gigabeat

    Transferring tracks from the PC to the gigabeat You can transfer tracks such as MP3, WMA (Windows Media Audio), WAV (Wave) to the gigabeat by using gigabeat room. Connect the gigabeat to your PC and start gigabeat room. “Connecting the gigabeat® to Your PC” (>p.29) “Starting gigabeat room™”...

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    When the transfer is completed, click the “gigabeat Eject Button” to eject gigabeat. Note -Even if the tracks are transferred to the gigabeat, the original tracks will remain on your PC. -You can transfer the tracks saved in the synchronize folder on the PC by using the “Synchronize”...

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    Important Information on Importing Tracks When Using Windows Media Player 10 Transferring protected music (content) is restricted in gigabeat room. If you are importing tracks to your PC from a music CD by using Windows Media Player 10, you must first perform the following settings in Windows Media Player. On the “Tools”...

  • Page 51: Transferring Tracks From A Music Cd To The Gigabeat

    Transferring Tracks from a Music CD to the gigabeat Insert the music CD in the CD-ROM drive of your PC. Connect the gigabeat to your PC and start gigabeat room. “Connecting the gigabeat® to Your PC” (>p.29) “Starting gigabeat room™” (>p.32) Click the “CD Button”...

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    Note -Using “Execution of RipRec” in the “Tool” menu also permits transfers. -Downloaded and transferred tracks remain content-protected in the music synchronize folder of the PC. -You can set the tone quality of tracks (bit rate of WMA) to be downloaded and transferred, methods to name files, whether or not to reserve the tracks in the PC, whether disable or not content-protection.

  • Page 53: Transferring Tracks From A Music Cd To The Gigabeat With The Touch Of A Button

    PC. Confirm that gigabeat watcher icon is not launched, click “gigabeat watcher 3.0” in “TOSHIBA gigabeat room 3.0” from “All Programs” in the Start menu. -The r Button functions even if the USB/LINE OUT selector switch of the USB CRADLE is not set to “USB”.

  • Page 54: Transferring Tracks Using The "synchronize" Function

    Transferring tracks using the “synchronize” function You can transfer tracks (with folders) in the synchronize folder to the gigabeat by setting the synchronize folder in your PC. Setting the Synchronize Folder Click “Options” on the “Tool” menu of gigabeat room. Click “Change”...

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    Transferring the Synchronize Folder Connect the gigabeat to Your PC. Click the “Audio” tab. Audio mode appears. Click “Synchronize” in the “Tool” menu. Tracks in the folders set in the music synchronize folder are transferred (with folders) to the gigabeat. Transfers can also be performed by clicking “Synchronize Button”...

  • Page 56: Transferring Tracks From The Synchronize Folder With The Touch Of A Button

    -To transfer tracks by using the s Button, gigabeat watcher must be running. Confirm that gigabeat watcher icon not launched, click “gigabeat watcher 3.0” in “TOSHIBA gigabeat room 3.0” from “All Programs” in the Start menu. -The s Button functions even if the USB/LINE OUT selector switch of the USB CRADLE is not set to “USB”.

  • Page 57: Transferring Tracks Using Windows® Media Player 10

    Transferring tracks using Windows Media Player 10 You can also transfer tracks to the gigabeat with Windows Media Player 10. Windows Media Player 10 supports Windows Media digital rights management (DRM) and WMA files with licenses. Transferring Tracks from a PC to the gigabeat Transfer tracks encoded in the MP3, WMA or WAV formats to the gigabeat using Windows Media Player 10.

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    Note -When “PC CONNECTIONS” is set to “Windows Media Player 10” and a connection has been made to the PC for the first time via the USB CRADLE, “Found New Hardware wizard” may be displayed. Should this occur, please insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the PC. The required driver will be installed automatically.

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    Accessing “Purchase information site” You can access the Purchase information site for tracks by Windows Media Player Press the MENU button while the track you want to purchase is played. Select “PURCHASE INFORMATION SITE” on the MENU screen and set to “ACCESS”.

  • Page 60: Transferring Tracks Using Napster

    Transferring tracks using Napster Using Napster, tracks can be transferred to the gigabeat. You can either use the “Napster To Go” subscription service or buy individual tracks. ◆ Precautions for use To transfer tracks to the gigabeat using Napster, Windows Media Player 10 must be installed in Windows XP.

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    Transferring Tracks to the gigabeat Start Napster. Sign in. Enter the registered Member Name and Password. Registration will be required if you are not a registered member. Open the Browse screen. Search for tracks in the Browse screen. Transfer to the gigabeat. Right-click on the track name(s) that you want to transfer, open the Shortcut menu, and select “Transfer Track(s) to Portable Device”...

  • Page 62: Playing Music, Selecting Tracks To Listen To

    Playing music Selecting tracks to listen to Note -Tracks that do not contain Track, Artist or Album information are labeled “No Information”. -See “Onscreen displays” (>p.34) menu, the AUDIO Browse screen and the Playback window. -See “Plus Touch Operation” (>p.21) ng tracks from Example: Selecti Connect EARBUDS and turn on power.

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    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “ARTIST”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the artist that you want to play back. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the album that you want to play back.

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    Touch the center of the Plus Touch to begin playback. Note -Pull out and insert the EARBUDS and wired remote control with the power off. -Insert the plug of the wired remote control firmly to the end. Incomplete insertion may disable the remote controller operation, although sound may be heard.

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    Changing screen display Select the following items in the MENU by pressing the MENU button in the Browse screen or the Playback window. DISPLAY JACKET AUDIO SORT OPERATION GUIDE SHOW THUMBNAIL Jacket photos of albums are displayed as thumbnail DISPLAY WALLPAPER ONLY The album cover photograph of selected track data appears.

  • Page 66: During Playback

    During playback Controlling the Volume Press VOL.(+)/VOL.(–) button. Touch the upper of the Plus Touch when the Playback window is displayed Volume adjustment bar appears and disappears about 2 seconds later. Note -The “PLUS TOUCH↑↓” in the “SETUP” - “BASIC SETTINGS” window can be used to toggle between “VOLUME”...

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    Fast Forward/Reverse Hold the left or right of the Plus Touch while the Playback window is displayed during playback. -Left: Fast reverse -Right: Fast forward Releasing the Plus Touch will return to the Playback or pause mode. Cue the track played/Skip Forward or Back Touch the left or right of the Plus Touch while the Playback window is displayed during playback.

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    Note -You can also skip to the next album by pressing the equalizer button on the wired remote control for two seconds or longer. -Setting “PLUS TOUCH↑↓” in the “SETUP” - “BASIC SETTINGS” window to “ALBUM SKIP” permits a skip to be made to the previous or the next album by touching the top or bottom of the Plus Touch.

  • Page 69: Repeat Play/random Play

    Repeat play/Random play Press the MENU button while in the Playback window. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “PLAY MODE”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. A list of play modes will be displayed. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the play mode that you want to set.

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    Display in Play mode Playback window None PLAY ALL PLAY ALBUM REPEAT ONE REPEAT ALBUM RAND. ALBUM RAND. ALL Note -You can also set the play mode in “SETUP” menu - “AUDIO”. -If you have selected “RAND. ALBUM” or “RAND. ALL” while the gigabeat is playing, the random playback will start after the current track is finished.

  • Page 71: Setting The Equalizer

    Setting the Equalizer You can select a desired equalizer mode (>p.142). Press the MENU button in the Playback window. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “EQUALIZER/SRS WOW”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the equalizer mode that you want to set.

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    Display in Equalizer mode Playback window None FLAT BASS+ BASS++ LOUDNESS HIGH CUT ACOUSTIC BLUES CLASSIC COUNTRY DANCE FOLK GRUNGE HARD HIP HOP JAZZ LATIN METAL * The SRS WOW function (which offers a natural, three-dimensional sound stage, rich bass, and a distinctly delineated clear sound) is activated. There are 3 types of function modes.

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    -The equalizer mode can also be selected by pressing the equalizer button ) on the wired remote control. -You can also set the equalizer mode in “SETUP” - “AUDIO”. -Setting “PRESET EQ” in the “SETUP” - “AUDIO” menu to “ON” permits playback at the equalization that was set with Music information edit of gigabeat room.

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    Touch the right or left of the Plus Touch and select “TREBLE” or “BASS”. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch to adjust. When the adjustment is finished, touch the center of the Plus Touch. The adjustment contents will be finalized and the gigabeat will return to the Playback window.

  • Page 75: Listening To The Tracks' Intros

    Listening to the tracks’ intros You can play the beginning of each track for 10 seconds or one minute. Press the MENU button in the Playback window. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “INTRO”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the intro mode that you want to play.

  • Page 76

    Display in Intro mode Playback window None NONE 10 SEC. INTRO 60 SEC. INTRO Note -You can also set the intro mode in “SETUP” menu - “AUDIO”. Operation Plays the entire track. Plays each track 10 seconds from the beginning. Plays each track 60 seconds from the beginning.

  • Page 77: My Favorites" (bookmark)

    “My favorites” (Bookmark) Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch in the Browse screen and select the track that you want to bookmark. Press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “REGISTER BOOKMK”.

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    Viewing Bookmarked Tracks Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch in the “AUDIO” menu to select “BOOKMARK”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. The bookmarked tracks will be displayed. Touching the center of the Plus Touch permits playback of the selected tracks.

  • Page 79: Listening With Pc Speakers Or An Audio System

    Listening with PC speakers or an audio system Use LINE OUT jack of the USB CRADLE to play with PC speakers or an audio system. Connect the gigabeat to the USB CRADLE. Connect the LINE OUT jack of the USB CRADLE with a PC speaker or another device.

  • Page 80: Managing Tracks, The Recycle Bin And Deleting Tracks

    Managing tracks The recycle bin and deleting tracks You can move unwanted tracks or playlists to the recycle bin. Once in the recycle bin, the files will no longer play back. You can delete the data in the recycle bin altogether at a later time.

  • Page 81

    Viewing Tracks in the Recycle Bin Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the “AUDIO” menu to select “RECYCLE BIN”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Tracks in the recycle bin will be displayed. The track data that was placed in the recycle bin cannot be played back unless restored.

  • Page 82

    Press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “DELETE ALL”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. The deletion confirmation window appears. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “YES”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch.

  • Page 83: Viewing Track Information

    Viewing Track Information Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch in the Browse screen of “AUDIO” and select the track information that you want to view. Press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “PROPERTIES”.

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    ◆ Information displayed for a track: -File name -Title name -File format -Bit rate -Sampling frequency -Playback time -Artist name -Album name -Genre -Preset volume -Preset equalizer ◆ Information displayed for an album: -Album name -Artist name -Number of tracks -Playback time for all tracks Note -You can also select “PROPERTIES”...

  • Page 85: Viewing An Audio Library With Gigabeat Room

    Viewing an audio library with gigabeat room™ Start gigabeat room. “Starting gigabeat room™” (>p.32) Click the “Audio tab”. Click the “Library View Button”. Click the “PC Button” or “gigabeat Button” on the device panel. The libraries in the PC or in the gigabeat will be displayed. -Clicking the “CD Button”...

  • Page 86

    (Example of Folder View) Drives can be selected if there are multiple drives. The Folder Views of the synchronize folder can be selected. Note -To use a library, it is necessary to refresh database for the library. -For the libraries in the PC, only the tracks in the Synchronize folder will be refreshed.

  • Page 87: Refreshing The Audio Library

    Refreshing the Audio library You can refresh the library in the PC or gigabeat room. Libraries can be refreshed automatically or manually. Refreshing the Library Automatically The audio libraries in the gigabeat are created automatically when tracks are transferred to the gigabeat from the PC. Only the tracks that were transferred using gigabeat room will be registered in the audio libraries.

  • Page 88: Playing Tracks With Gigabeat Room

    Playing tracks with gigabeat room Click the “CD Button” , “PC Button” or “gigabeat Button” in the audio mode display of gigabeat room. Select the tracks that you want to play and click the on the playback panel. Note also that a variety of operations can be performed using the playback panel (>p.40).

  • Page 89: Deleting Tracks With Gigabeat Room

    Deleting tracks with gigabeat room Click the “gigabeat Button” in the audio mode display on the left hand side of gigabeat room. The library or folder from the gigabeat appears. Select the tracks you want to delete, and then click “Delete” in the “File”...

  • Page 90: Editing Track Information, Obtaining Cd Music Information Via The Internet

    Editing track information Obtaining CD music information via the Internet You can obtain CD music information (title, artist, album info., etc) via the Internet by registering with Gracenote with CD information database service of Gracenote. Registering with Gracenote Connect to the Internet and register with Gracenote. Click “Register with Gracenote”...

  • Page 91

    Obtaining Music Information from Gracenote Insert the music CD in the CD-ROM drive of your PC. Click “CD Button” of the device panel. Connect to the Gracenote server and obtain the album name, artist name, song titles and other music information of that music CD. Note -Click “CD detailed information”...

  • Page 92: Obtaining Music Information Via The Internet

    Obtaining music information via the Internet Track Searches Select tracks to be searched for in the audio mode display of gigabeat room and click “MusicID Button”. A connection will be made to the Gracenote server and a pop up screen with results will appear.

  • Page 93

    Select the information that you want to apply and click “Apply”. Note -Track searches can also be performed by clicking “Gracenote MusicID As Track” in “Gracenote” in the “Tool” menu. -You can also perform track searches by right-clicking tracks and selecting “lookup track(s)”...

  • Page 94

    Select the album to which you want to apply the information. Click “Apply”. The selected information will be added to the tag information (track information) again. Note -Album searches can also be performed by clicking “Gracenote MusicID As Album” of “Gracenote” in the “Tool” menu. -You can also perform album searches by right-clicking tracks and selecting “lookup album”...

  • Page 95: Editing Tag (track) Information

    Editing Tag (Track) Information Select the desired track, and then click “Music information edit” in the “Tool” menu in the audio mode display of gigabeat room. Change the tag information, and then click “OK”. The tag information will be changed, and the library will be refreshed automatically.

  • Page 96

    Set volume and equalizer To play tracks on the gigabeat at the volume and tone that were set here, set “PRESET VOLUME” and “PRESET EQ” to “ON” in the “SETUP” menu - “AUDIO” on the gigabeat main unit. Set volume and equalizer can be confirmed in the “PROPERTIES” on the MENU screen displayed by selecting the track with the unit and pressing the MENU button.

  • Page 97: Displaying Album Cover Photographs

    Displaying album cover photographs Displaying album cover photographs Connect the gigabeat to your PC and start gigabeat room. Select the desired track, and then click “Music information edit” on the “Tool” menu. Select the gigabeat as the destination device for the transfer. Click the “Reference”...

  • Page 98

    -The image size to be transferred is the same as transfers in the photo mode. (>p.107)

  • Page 99: Creating And Playing The Playlists, Creating A Playlist

    Creating and playing the playlists Creating a Playlist Playlists allow you to play back your music in the order you specify. You can create playlists in gigabeat room. Click “New playlist” in the “File” menu while in the audio mode display of gigabeat room.

  • Page 100: Editing A Playlist

    Editing a Playlist Select the desired track, and then click “Edit playlist” on the “File” menu in the audio mode display of gigabeat room. Click “Up” or “Down” and change the order. Click “Refresh”. Note -The playlist can also be edited by right-clicking the selected playlist and then clicking “Edit playlist”...

  • Page 101: Creating A Playlist Via The Internet

    Creating a playlist via the Internet Playlists can be easily created using the Gracenote Playlist function with gigabeat room. Select the desired track, and then click “Gracenote” - “Gracenote Playlist” in the “Tool” menu in the audio mode display of gigabeat room. Click “Refresh Library for Gracenote Playlist”...

  • Page 102: Listening To A Playlist

    Listening to a playlist “Creating a Playlist” (>p.99) Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the “AUDIO” menu to select “PLAYLIST”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the playlist that you want to play back.

  • Page 103: Changing Settings, Changing Gigabeat Room Settings

    Changing settings Changing gigabeat room settings Click “Options” in the “Tool” menu of gigabeat room. Change settings. Put a check to transfer protected contents (track data), too. You can change the screen language of gigabeat room. Click the “OK” button. The “Set up options”...

  • Page 104: Changing Riprec™ Settings

    Changing RipRec™ settings Click “Options” in the “Tool” menu. The “Set up options” window appears. Click the “RipRec” tab. Set the various items. Click the “OK” button. The RipRec setting window appears. Moving the slider left and right adjusts the tone quality (bit rate) Returns the tone quality to the default value.

  • Page 105

    Note -If “Do not protect music recorded in the synchronize folder.” is checked, a confirmation window appears. Click “YES” to confirm. -You must check “Transfer protected contents also” options” window to transfer content-protected tracks to the gigabeat. Applying the file name Click “Filename when RipRec”...

  • Page 106: Enjoying Photos, Viewing A Photo Library With Gigabeat Room

    Enjoying photos Viewing a Photo library with gigabeat room You can view the Photo library (sorted by date and photo list) in your PC or the gigabeat with gigabeat room. Start gigabeat room and click the “Photo tab”. Photo mode display appears. -You can also select “Photo mode”...

  • Page 107: Transferring Images To The Gigabeat

    Transferring images to the gigabeat You can transfer image files in the JPEG, BMP format to the gigabeat. Transferred image files can be displayed by selecting PHOTO from the MAIN MENU of the gigabeat. Connect the gigabeat to your PC and start gigabeat room. Click the “Photo tab”...

  • Page 108

    Note -Transfer can also be performed by dragging & dropping image files from Explorer to the “gigabeat Button”. In some cases, the data can’t be transferred by the “Drag & Drop Setting” (>p.103). -Folders can be selected and the image data inside the folders can be transferred for each folder.

  • Page 109: Transferring Photos Using The "synchronize" Function

    Transferring photos using the “synchronize” function You can transfer the image data (with folders) in the synchronize folder to the gigabeat by setting the synchronize folder in your PC. Setting the “Synchronize” Folder Click “Options” in the “Tool” menu of gigabeat room. Click “Change”...

  • Page 110

    Click the “OK” button. The “Set up options” window closes. The synchronize folder is now set. Transferring the “Synchronize” Folder Connect the gigabeat to your PC. Click the “Photo tab”. Click “Synchronize” in the “Tool” menu. Images in the folders set in the image synchronize folder are transferred (with folders) to the gigabeat.

  • Page 111: Viewing Photos

    Viewing photos Images transferred to the gigabeat can be displayed in full-screen. Images transferred to the gigabeat reside in the “picture” folder within the “PHOTO” - “FOLDER” of the gigabeat. You can find your images by date. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the MAIN MENU to select “PHOTO”.

  • Page 112

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the image that you want to view. Touch the center of the Plus Touch to select. Touching the left/right of the Plus Touch during a full-screen display will take you to the previous or next image.

  • Page 113

    Returning from the full-screen display to the Browse screen Press the A button. Press the MENU button and select “RETURN”. Note -To go to the MENU screen, simply press the MENU button. To go to the MAIN MENU, simply press the POWER button. Changing the thumbnail display to full-screen display Press the A button Press the A button again to return to the...

  • Page 114

    Note -If nothing is operated in the full-screen display or thumbnail display for about 60 seconds, the Browse screen for photo appears again. The Playback window or MAIN MENU appears again if no operation is performed for about 60 seconds.

  • Page 115: Viewing A Slideshow

    Viewing a SLIDESHOW Select the photo album or images and press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “SLIDESHOW START”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the center of the Plus Touch to stop the slideshow.

  • Page 116

    Adjusting slideshow settings Select the photo album or images and press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “SLIDE SHOW MODE”/“SLIDE lNTERVAL”/“SLIDE EFFECT”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the setting that you want to make.

  • Page 117

    SLIDE INTERVAL You can set the slideshow intervals as follows; -“2 SECONDS”, “3 SECONDS”, “5 SECONDS”, “10 SECONDS” and “20 SECONDS” SLIDE EFFECT You can select the image changeover effects from the below list. -NO EFFECT -FADE (WHITE) -FADE (BLACK) -DISSOLVE -WIPE UP -WIPE DOWN...

  • Page 118: Using An Image As Wallpaper

    Using an image as wallpaper Setting images as the background to your gigabeat. Select the image you wish to use and press the MENU button. Scroll through the menu using the Plus Touch and select “SET AS WALLPAPER”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select.

  • Page 119: My Favorites" (bookmarks)

    “My favorites” (Bookmarks) By bookmarking your favorite images, you can view only the bookmarked images in slideshow. Select your favorite image and press MENU button. Scroll up or down and select “REGISTER BOOKMK”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select.

  • Page 120

    Viewing Bookmarked images Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the “PHOTO” menu to select “BOOKMARK”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touching the center of the Plus Touch permits full-screen display of the selected images. Note -You can cancel the bookmark of the selected images by pressing the MENU button in the Bookmark window to display the MENU screen and selecting...

  • Page 121: Creating A Photo List

    Creating a Photo list Photo lists can be created by gigabeat room. In a photo list, specified images are registered so that they are displayed in the order you specify. Click “New photo list” in the “File” menu while gigabeat room is in the photo mode (you are in the photo tab).

  • Page 122: Editing A Photo List

    Editing a Photo list Select the desired image and click “Edit photo list” in the “File” menu of gigabeat room. Click “Up” or “Down” and change the order. Click “Refresh”. Note -The photo list can also be edited by right-clicking the selected photo list and then clicking “Edit photo list”...

  • Page 123: Viewing Photo Lists

    Viewing Photo lists “Creating a Photo list” (>p.121) Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the “PHOTO” menu to select “PHOTO LIST”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the PHOTO LIST that you want to display.

  • Page 124: Moving Into Recycle Bin/deleting Images

    Moving into recycle bin/deleting images You can move unwanted images or photo lists to the recycle bin. Files put into the recycle bin can’t be displayed. Data in the recycle bin can be deleted completely later. Select an image you want to delete and press the MENU button.

  • Page 125

    Viewing images in the Recycle Bin Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the “PHOTO” menu to select “RECYCLE BIN”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Images in the Recycle Bin can’t be displayed full-screen.

  • Page 126

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “DELETE ALL”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “YES”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select.

  • Page 127: Deleting Images With Gigabeat Room

    Deleting images with gigabeat room Click the “gigabeat Button” while in the photo mode display of gigabeat room. Select the images you want to delete, and then click “Delete” in the “File” menu. The “Confirm File Delete” window appears. Clicking “Yes” will move the selected images to the recycle bin on your PC.

  • Page 128: Viewing Image Information

    Viewing image Information Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the image information that you want to view. Press the MENU button. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “PROPERTIES”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. The information of the selected image data, etc., will be displayed.

  • Page 129: Downloading Images From Digital Cameras

    Downloading images from digital cameras Images stored in digital cameras that are compliant with USB Mass Storage Class (>p.142) or devices compliant with PTP gigabeat. Transferred images (Exif the gigabeat. Note Operation cannot be guaranteed for all devices. Preparation -Connect AC adapters to the digital camera and to the USB CRADLE, then turn on the power of the digital camera.

  • Page 130

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “YES”, then touch the right of the Plus Touch. The backup will start. Data that has been backed up will be saved under the “backup” folder in the gigabeat with the folder name used. If the gigabeat has the “Backup” folder, the tracks will be saved under the “Backup”...

  • Page 131: Refreshing The Photo Library

    Refreshing the Photo library Refreshing the Library Automatically The Photo libraries in the gigabeat are created automatically when the images are transferred to the gigabeat from a PC. Only images transferred using gigabeat room will be listed in the Photo libraries. Note -Libraries will not be refreshed when files have been deleted or their names changed with Windows Explorer or another utility.

  • Page 132: Adjusting The Screen, Changing Settings

    Changing settings Adjusting the screen The background, orientation of the screen, font size, and the size of the cover photograph can be customized to your liking. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the MAIN MENU to select “SETUP”.

  • Page 133

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the screen layout that you want to set. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. Screen Layout Orientation of the Size of the display screen display Screen with theme Orientation of the Size of the display screen display...

  • Page 134: Changing Wallpaper (background)

    Changing WALLPAPER (background) Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch on the MAIN MENU to select “SETUP”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select “SCREEN”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select.

  • Page 135

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the WALLPAPER you wish to use. “Using an image as wallpaper” (>p.118) to customize your wallpaper and set it to “USER1”, “USER2” or “USER3”. Touch the right of the Plus Touch. XXXXXXX WALLPAPER 画面...

  • Page 136: Changing/checking Settings

    Changing/Checking Settings The gigabeat allows you to set various items such as play mode and beep. You can check the current settings or change to desired settings in the Setup menu. Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch in the MAIN MENU to select “SETUP”.

  • Page 137

    Touch the top or bottom of the Plus Touch and select the options. Touch the right of the Plus Touch to select. Touch the left side of the Plus Touch twice to return to the MAIN MENU. Note -Check “ ”...

  • Page 138

    Setting items BASIC SETTINGS SLEEP TIMER Select the number of minutes after which the power should turn OFF. “OFF(*)”, “30 MINUTES”, “60 MINUTES”, “90 MINUTES” and “120 MINUTES” * Selecting “OFF” will disable this function. AUTO POWER OFF Sets how long before the unit shuts off when not in operation. “3 MINUTES”, “5 MINUTES”, “10 MINUTES”...

  • Page 139

    AUDIO EQUALIZER / Select the equalizer mode. SRS WOW (>p.71) USER SETTING EQ “USER” lets you adjust the equalizer settings to your own preferences. (>p.73) PRESET EQ When set to “ON”, the gigabeat reverts to the setting chosen in gigabeat room. PRESET VOLUME When set to “ON”, the gigabeat reverts to the setting chosen in gigabeat room.

  • Page 140

    SCREEN WALLPAPER Select wallpaper from among the following. “WALLPAPER1”, “WALLPAPER2”, “WALLPAPER3”, “WALLPAPER4”, “WALLPAPER5”, “USER1”, “USER2” and “USER3” -SCREEN LAYOUT SCREEN DESIGN Select the layouts of screens. -SCREEN WITH THEME Select the animation used in the Playback window. (>p.132) DISPLAY WALLPA- Only wallpaper is displayed in the Playback window when PER ONLY enabled.

  • Page 141

    CONNECTIONS PC CONNECTIONS This determines whether the gigabeat is connected for use with gigabeat room (USB) or Windows Media Player 10 (MTP). Please note: if you are using one or the other of these programs and the gigabeat is not immediately recognized by your PC, check to make sure the corresponding mode is set in this menu.

  • Page 142: Terminology

    Terminology DRM10 A digital rights management technology of Microsoft Corporation supported by Win- dows Media Player 10 or higher. It supports the subscription as well as standard copy protection. EQUALIZER A device or function to control sound quality by increasing or decreasing the level of each frequency band.

  • Page 143: Error Messages And Troubleshooting, Possible Error Messages (main Unit)

    Error messages and troubleshooting Possible Error Messages (Main Unit) The gigabeat may display the following error messages. Take appropriate action by referring to the instructions below. Message UNSUPPORTED DATA UNABLE TO READ DISK NO DATA FOUND DATA ERROR FAILED TO OPEN RECHARGE BATTERY NO SYSTEM FOUND ON Content and Corrective Action...

  • Page 144: Possible Error Messages (gigabeat Room)

    Possible Error Messages (gigabeat room) The PC may display the following error messages when gigabeat room is used. Message The specified track “file” cannot be trans- ferred. (This track is copy-protected.) The specified track “file” cannot be trans- ferred. (The sampling frequency and/or bit rate is outside the specified range.) The specified track “file”...

  • Page 145: Troubleshooting

    The gigabeat cannot be operated while being connected to a PC. Replace with a new bat- tery. To replace the built-in battery, contact TOSHIBA Customer Service by calling. Use gigabeat room to transfer tracks. Check the connection between the EARBUDS and main unit.

  • Page 146

    Issue The charge indica- The BATTERY switch tor doesn’t illumi- is set to “OFF”. nate, in charging The gigabeat is not operation. connected properly. Outside the specified operating-tempera- ture range. The charge indica- The charge is auto- tor turned off while matically stopped to the AC adapter limit the temperature...

  • Page 147: Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions Q: Why does gigabeat room fail to identify the gigabeat? A: The gigabeat may not be recognized if it is connected to a PC via the USB hub. Connect the gigabeat to the PC without using the USB hub. Q: Why do tracks fail to transfer to the gigabeat? A: You cannot transfer tracks to the gigabeat that cannot be played on the gigabeat.

  • Page 148: Troubles Of The Gigabeat And Gigabeat Room

    Troubles of the gigabeat and gigabeat room -When changing to the gigabeat with the “gigabeat Button” of the device Issue: panel, gigabeat room terminates. -When selecting the gigabeat and then selecting “Gracenote Playlist”, gigabeat room terminates. Solution: Make a USB connection between the gigabeat and the PC. Follow the procedures described below and delete the files indicated below by using Windows Explorer on the PC.

  • Page 149

    Open the folder in which gigabeat room is installed. The folder in which the gigabeat is installed can be opened by clicking “start” → “All Programs” → “TOSHIBA gigabeat room 3.0” → “gigabeat room 3.0 Program Folder”. Usually, the folder is found in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 3.0.

  • Page 150

    Check the drive. The drive letter of the connected gigabeat is displayed in the drive column. Please check it. * The window shows the drive as being “E” as an example, but this can differ depending on your PC. Set whether or not to quick format. When a full is desired, remove the check mark from “perform a quick format”.

  • Page 151: Specifications

    Specifications Built-in battery Rechargeable lithium-ion battery Weight MEGF60 and MEGF40 Approx. 170 g (main unit only) MEGF20 and MEGF10 Approx. 160 g (main unit only) External dimensions MEGF60 and MEGF40 Approx. 63 mm x 19 mm x 106 mm MEGF20 and MEGF10 Approx. 63mm x 16 mm x 106 mm -MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) Audio format -Windows Media Audio (WMA)

  • Page 152

    USB port USB2.0/USB1.1 Headphone jack 3.5 mm jack/stereo type Load impedance 16Ω S/N ratio 95 dB or higher AC adapter Type name: ADP-15HH A Input power condition: Rated output: Color screen (*3) 2.2 inch diagonal QVGA low temperature polysilicon TFT color panel *1: 1 Gigabyte = 1 billion bytes when referring to hard drive storage capacity.

  • Page 153: Index

    INDEX AC adapter ...24 Adjusting the screen ...132 Adjusting “USER SETTING EQ”...73 ALBUM SKIP ...67 AUDIO Browse screen ...35 Audio library...85 Audio mode display ...41 Backup of photo data...129 BATTERY switch ...24 Bookmark ...77, 119 Changing RipRec™ settings ...104 Changing sound quality ...71 Changing the setting of gigabeat room™...

  • Page 154

    Pausing playback ...66 PHOTO Browse screen ...37 Photo mode display ...41 Playback panel ...40 Playback window ...36 Playing tracks ...88 Plus Touch™ Operation ...21 Properties ...83, 128 Purchase information site ...59 Random play ...69 Recycle bin ...80, 124 Refreshing the Library ...87, 131 Repeat play ...69 RipRec Transfer Button ...51 Setting DATE/TIME ...28...

  • Page 155: License Information On The Software Used In The Toshiba Mobile Audio Player

    However, some of the software components distributed under an EULA are made available for use by the user on the assumption that they are not copyrighted or warranted by TOSHIBA or any third party. These software components are licensed to the user free of charge and therefore not covered by any warranty within the scope of the applicable laws.

  • Page 156

    The table below lists the software components pre-installed in the TOSHIBA Mobile Audio Player, which are subject to EULAs. The user should read the applicable EULAs carefully before using these software components. The EULAs are attached to the supplied CD-ROM in their original text (English) as exactly written by the respective parties other than TOSHIBA.

  • Page 157: Limited United States Warranty

    Limited United States Warranty MEG-F Series Mobile Audio Player - Depot Repair Warranty Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C. (“TACP”) makes the following limited warranties to original consumers in the United States. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING THIS MEG-F SERIES MOBILE AUDIO PLAYER AS A GIFT FROM THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE.

  • Page 158

    Mobile Audio Player to the Depot Warranty Repair Center specified by the TACP Consumer Solutions Cen- ter. For additional information, visit TACP’s website: www.tacp.toshiba.com ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE.

  • Page 159: Limited Canadian Warranty

    Limited Canadian Warranty For Toshiba Brand Portable Digital Music Player MEG-F Series Toshiba of Canada Limited (“TCL”) makes the following limited warranties to original consumers in Canada. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING THIS MEG-F SERIES PORTABLE DIGITAL MUSIC PLAYER (the “PLAYER(S)”...

  • Page 160

    Modifications to the Player not approved in writing by TCL, and service made necessary by the use or installation of non-Toshiba modifications to the Player; j. Service of a Player on which the TOSHIBA label or logo, rating label or serial number have been defaced or removed;...

  • Page 161

    If, after following all of the operating instructions in this manual and checking the “Troubleshooting” section, you find that service is needed: 1) To find the nearest TCL Authorized Service Provider, visit TCL’s web site at www.toshiba.ca, or call toll free 1-800-268-3404 2) Present your bill of sale or other proof of purchase to the Authorized Service Provider.

  • Page 162

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