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Table of Contents

Introduction...............................................................................................................2
Copright 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
System Requirement..................................................................................................11
Mass Storage PC Connection....................................................................................12
Mass Storage PC Connection...........................................................................12
How to format the player?................................................................................14
Firmware Upgrade............................................................................................14
Detailed Controls.......................................................................................................15
Selecting modes................................................................................................15
Playing music or voice files.............................................................................15
Recording.........................................................................................................17
Menu Settings............................................................................................................19
Menu settings in Music mode...........................................................................19
Menu settings in Radio mode............................................................................21
Menu settings in Voice mode............................................................................25
System Settings............................................................................................................26
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................28
Company Contacts.......................................................................................................30
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction...……….…2 Copright 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 System Requirement...……….11 Mass Storage PC Connection...………..12 Mass Storage PC Connection...……..12 How to format the player?...……14 Firmware Upgrade...……14 Detailed Controls...………15...
  • Page 2 Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Yamakawa MR-240 portable MP3 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 MP3 quality, all of this without the use of a computer.
  • Page 3: Copright Notice

    Introduction Copyright Notice You must be aware that distribution of MP3 files without the permission from the content owner is against the copyright laws. Perception Digital Ltd. 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 抯...
  • Page 4 Introduction to radio communications. However, there are no guarantees that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver...
  • Page 5: Precautions

    Introduction...
  • Page 6: In The Package

    In the Package...
  • Page 7: Specifications

    Specifications...
  • Page 8: Knowing Your Portable Mp3 Player

    Knowing your Portable MP3 Player...
  • Page 9: Inserting Battery

    Knowing your Portable MP3 Player...
  • Page 10: Turn On Mp3 Player

    Knowing your Portable MP3 Player Turn on MP3 player Press and hold Make sure the HOLD button is switched off. If not, “LOCKED”will be displayed. Turn off MP3 player Press and hold (except when your player is connected to a PC)
  • Page 11: System Requirement

    System Requirement Your PC must have the following minimum specifications: Windows98 SE, 2000, XP or upper Pentium II 200 64MB RAM 500MB Hard disk space CD-ROM drive USB 1.1 The MP3 player is installed as a mass storage device. The driver installation is not essential unless your PC is running Windows 98/SE.
  • Page 12: Mass Storage Pc Connection

    Mass Storage PC Connection Mass Storage PC Connection This is a mass storage device. No driver installation is required except Windows 98 SE. For Windows 98 SE users, please download the driver from www.perceptiondigital.com. Locate the downloaded driver file (setup.exe) on your hard drive and double click the driver file (setup.exe).
  • Page 13 Mass Storage PC Connection 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 14: How To Format The Player

    You should check your vendor’s website for new firmware upgrades, these devel- opments 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 www.yamakawa.de...
  • Page 15: Detailed Controls

    Detailed Operating Controls Selecting Modes The MP3 player has three operation modes: MUSIC, FM and VOICE Hold the control for the selection of “MUSIC”, “ FM”or “VOICE” mode. Select the mode required by using the enter by pressing Playing Music or Voice Files 1.
  • Page 16 Detailed Operating Controls 4. A-B Looping While playing music or voice files, press REC/A-B to mark the point where you want the loop to start (A). Press REC/A-B again where you want the section to end (B). The marked section will start to repeat. Press REC/A-B one more time to cancel the loop.
  • Page 17: Recording

    Detailed Operating Controls Recording Music recording in music mode This function enables you to record any audio source to MP3. Simply, connect the audio source to line-in jack by using a stereo cable. Navigate your player into music mode. Press the REC button to start recording in music mode.
  • Page 18 Detailed Operating Controls Voice recording in voice mode. This feature offers high quality one touch voice recording.You can select to record voice into MP3 quality in music mode or ADPCM format in voice mode to enjoy smaller file size. Navigate your player into voice mode. Press the REC button to start recording in voice mode.
  • Page 19: 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. Press the “...
  • Page 20 Menu Settings Playmode Equalizers 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)
  • Page 21: Menu Settings In Radio Mode

    Menu Settings Recording Bit Rates There are various choices of recording bit rates in MP3 recording: 48kbps, 96kbps, and 128kbps. Deleting File Go to file you want to delete. Press Press button to confirm deletion Press “ ”to Exit Delete Menu. Menu setting in Radio Mode Normal Mode Channel Preset...
  • Page 22 Menu Settings 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. Enter the RADIO mode as described previously.
  • Page 23 Menu Settings Preset Mode Enter the RADIO mode as described previously. Press the button. Use the controls to select PRESET MODE. Press . The radio is now operating in preset mode. Use the controls to select the preset programmes until the one you require is selected.
  • Page 24 Menu Settings Deleting Program Preset Deleting programme presets Enter the RADIO PRESET MODE as described above. Press the button. Use the controls to select DELETE. Press Use the controls to select the preset programme you wish to delete. Press...
  • Page 25: Menu Settings In Voice Mode

    Menu Settings Menu setting in Voice Mode MUSIC: Switch to music mode FM: Switch to radio mode VOICE: Switch to voice mode Deleting File Go to file you want to delete. Press Press button to confirm deletion Press“ ”to Exit Delete Menu.
  • Page 26: System Settings

    System Settings To change system settings, use sub-menu and press to enter the sub-menu. Use desired settings. Press to confirm. 1. 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 27 Menu Settings 5. Backlit time: There are 4 backlit time levels; 10, 30, 60, and permanent. These refer to the length of time in seconds the backlight will remain on after pressing a button. 6. Contrast level: Set the display contrast from level 1 to 10. Default setting: You may choose to resume your settings to default by pressing either "Yes"...
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting

    Trouble shooting 1. 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.
  • Page 29 Trouble shooting 7. Unable to install software. Our installation CD only supports Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP XP Pro, XP home with Latest Windows Service Pack. Other systems are not supported. 8. Unable to find the mass storage device after connecting to the PC. Make sure your device is powered on and ready.