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Table of Contents

Introduction.........................................................................................................2
Copyright notice........................................................................................3
Safety information.....................................................................................3
Precautions................................................................................................5
In the Package.....................................................................................................6
Specifications......................................................................................................7
Knowing Your Portable MP3 Player..................................................................8
Name of parts............................................................................................8
Inserting battery........................................................................................9
Turn on MP3 player................................................................................10
Turn off MP3 player................................................................................10
Multiple Language Support.......................................................................10
PC Connection...................................................................................................11
Operating Controls...........................................................................................15
Operating in music mode...........................................................................15
Operating in radio mode............................................................................17
Operating in voice mode..........................................................................19
Detailed Controls..............................................................................................21
Switching modes.........................................................................................21
Playing music or voice files......................................................................21
Music recording in voice mode.................................................................22
Voice recording in voice mode..................................................................23
Radio recording in radio mode..................................................................23
Menu Settings....................................................................................................24
Menu settings in Music mode....................................................................24
Menu setting in Radio mode.....................................................................26
Menu setting in Voice mode......................................................................29
System Settings..................................................................................................30
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................32
Company Contacts............................................................................................34

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction......................2 Copyright notice..................3 Safety information..................3 Precautions....................5 In the Package.....................6 Specifications......................7 Knowing Your Portable MP3 Player..............8 Name of parts....................8 Inserting battery..................9 Turn on MP3 player................10 Turn off MP3 player................10 Multiple Language Support...............10 PC Connection....................11 Operating Controls...................15 Operating in music mode................15 Operating in radio mode................17 Operating in voice mode................19 Detailed Controls....................21...
  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing Yamakawa MR-200 portable MP3 recorder and player! With this MP3 player you can enjoy digital music in a more convenient way. You can directly encode your music from any audio source and record your voice into voice format, all of this WITHOUT the use of a computer. You can also transfer songs you enjoy from your computer to your player.
  • Page 3: Copyright Notice

    Copyright Notice You must be aware that distribution of MP3 files without the permission from the content owner is against the copyright laws. Yamakawa Digital Entertainment and its associating companies will not be liable against such actions. Safety information The user manual or instruction manual for an intentional or unintentional radiator shall caution the user that changes or modifcations not expressly by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the...
  • Page 4: Precautions

    Precautions Avoi d keepi ng oper at i ng t he uni t i n pl aces w i t h st r ong m agnet i c f i el d, di r ect s unl i ght , or heat ex D o not abuse your M P3 pl ayer posur e f or ext ended per i ods of t i m e.
  • Page 5: In The Package

    In the Package M ai n U ni t St er eo Ear phone M i ni U SB C abl e U ser M anual N eck St r i ng C ar r yi ng P ouch Li ne- i n C abl e Bat t er y W ar r ant y C ar d ( O pt i onal ) M M C / SD C ar d ( O pt i onal )
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Specifications Size (HxWxD) 88x41x15mm Net Weight 42g (without battery) Internal Flash Memory 128MB or 256MB or 512MB Power Supply 1x AAA alkaline battery PC Interface Radio Function FM with auto scan and 30 preset channels Digital Music Format Playback MP3, WMA, all bit rates including VBR Record In MP3, ADPCM format Digital Voice Format...
  • Page 7: Knowing Your Portable Mp3 Player

    Knowing your Portable MP3 Player Name of parts LCD: Display Window...
  • Page 8: Inserting Battery

    Inserting battery Inserting MMC/SD card In s e rt th e M M C /S D c a rd in a P re s s o n c e s o th a t th e c a rd is in s e rt To r el ease t he car d, pr ess c o rre c t d i re c tio n , y o u w ill s e e a n...
  • Page 9: Turn On Mp3 Player

    No driver installation is required except Windows 98. The driver is not required for Windows 2000/XP or Mac. For Window 98 users, please download the driver from www.yamakawa.de Locate the downloaded driver file (setup.exe) on your hard drive and double click the driver file (setup.exe).
  • Page 10 CAUTION: ONLY UNPLUG THE USB CABLE WHEN ALL DOWNLOAD PROCEDURES ARE COMPLETED. Do not unplug the USB cable when the LCD is still displaying “USB writing” as doing so may corrupt the files stored in the player and you will need to re-format the MP3 player.
  • Page 11 Firmware Upgrader You should check your vendor’s website for new firmware upgrades, these developments provide add-on functions and language support options. Upgrades are announced on the web site and users can then download the software from the download section at http://www.yamakawa.de...
  • Page 12: Operating Controls

    Operating controls There are three modes which you can operate your portable MP3 player; music mode, radio mode, and voice mode. Operating in Music Mode The following tables show all key responses under different operations in music mode. Music Playing Mode Key Action Browsing Playing...
  • Page 13: Operating In Radio Mode

    Operating in Radio Mode The following tables show all key responses under different operations in voice mode. FM Radio Playing Mode Key Action Normal Preset Mode Short No response No response Long Power off Power off Short Increase frequency Move to next preset (step size = 0.05MHz) station Long...
  • Page 14: Operating In Voice Mode

    Operating in Voice Mode The following tables show all key responses under different operations in voice mode. Voice Playing Mode Key Action Browsing Playing Short Play current track Stop/Pause current track Long Power off Power off Short Move to next track Play next track Long Move to previous track...
  • Page 15: Detailed Controls

    Detailed Controls Switching Modes To switch from one mode to another, press the MENU button, then press the button. Next, to select the mode, use the to select the desired mode, then press the button to confirm your selection. Playing Music or Voice files Play and stop Press the button to play tracks.
  • Page 16: Voice Recording In Voice Mode

    displayed as V001,V002..V003.wav. The recording music files are only playable on the MP3 player and not on the PC. Voice recording in voice mode. This feature offers high quality one touch voice recording an ADPCM format. Select SET (System setting) at any mode,Choose source as MIC, Press play button to confirm the source.
  • Page 17: Menu Settings

    Menu Settings To change the settings, use the jog dial to select each particular option. Press the button to enter into the sub-menu and use the jog dial to choose the desired settings. Press the button to confirm your choice. To change the setting in different modes you need to press the MENU button.
  • Page 18: Menu Setting In Radio Mode

    Select Normal, Rock, Classic, Jazz, Pop and User default Bass: Set bass from levels 1 to 4 (1 is the weakest and 4 is the strongest) Treble: Set treble from levels 1 to 4 (1 is the weakest and 4 is the strongest) Recording Bit Rates There are various choices of recording bit rates in MP3recording: 48kbps, 96kbps, and 128kbps.
  • Page 19 Your MP3 player can store up to 30 preset programme frequencies. These programmes can be quickly tuned when the radio is in the PRESET MODE. This section gives instructions for saving programme presets. The next section explains how to enter the PRESET MODE and retrieve a preset programme.
  • Page 20: Menu Setting In Voice Mode

    Deleting Program preset Deleting programme presets Enter the RADIO PRESET MODE as described above. Press the MENU button. Use the controls to select DELETE. Press Use the controls to select the preset programme you wish to delete. Press Mono/Stereo Mode Menu setting in Voice Mode Switching to Voice Mode...
  • Page 21: System Settings

    System Settings To change system settings, use to move to each particular system setting sub-menu and press to enter the sub-menu. Use to choose the desired settings. Press to confirm. Source: You can select the recording source in this menu. Selecting LINE-IN means you will be recording from line-in and selecting MIC-IN means you will be recording from the internal microphone.
  • Page 22 Default setting: You may choose to resume your settings to default by pressing either “Yes” or No.” Version number: For checking the firmware version of this player. Idle time: The device will automatically power off when it is left for a specified idle time.
  • Page 23: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting The player does not work or nothing is displayed on the LCD. Check the capacity and the polarity of the battery. The player will automatically shut down to save power if it is left idle for 1 minute. 2. The buttons are not responding. Check if the “Hold”...
  • Page 24 OR DESTRUCTION OF OTHER PROPERTY, OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE Upon notification as set forth on the reverse side of this card, YAMAKAWA or its authorized service centers shall have the option to repair or replace any defective part of the product.